The 'Your Phone' app is just the start.Windows 10 and Android are now the perfect matchNow Microsoft is moving beyond merely getting its apps on to other platforms -- it's integrating Android in Windows 10 with the Your Phone app, which gives you instant access to your mobile photos and text messages on the desktop.Clear your calendar for 11 AM ET on October 9th.What to expect from Google's Pixel 3 eventWho knows, maybe a Google-branded microwave is on its way. There's no way everything (like Pixel 3, Home Hub, Pixel Slate and new Chromecast) already leaked, is there?Sign up for a daily newsletter of the most important stories in tech.Just enter your email and we'll take care of the rest:FYI.Apple's 'software lock' prevents some repairs on iMac Pro, 2018 MacBook ProsAccording to MacRumors and Motherboard, anyone doing significant repair work on these systems won't be able to use the computer until they run the Apple Service Toolkit 2 diagnostic software. For the MacBook Pro that … [Read more...] about The Morning After: Did China hack Apple and Amazon?
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Editorial By Daniel Eran Dilger Monday, July 02, 2018, 06:21 am PT (09:21 am ET) Many industry pundits have fixated on how Macs are going to somehow merge with iOS, or seem to be confused about whether Apple wants PC buyers to upgrade to a Mac or an iPad. Some suggest the answer is a cheap Mac or macOS netbook. But as Apple's new macOS Mojave makes clear: they're wrong, here's why.In 2002, Apple was highlighting the PC horror stories of regular people (like Ellen Feiss) in Switchers Just over fifteen years ago in 2002, Apple shifted from "Think Different" ads associating its products with respected thinkers to "Switchers," a new campaign that played up how terrible PCs were in the words of regular people. Steve Jobs sought to sell Windows PC users a "BYOKDM" drop in replacement: the Mac mini (and Xserve). A few years later, Apple's "I'm a Mac" campaign similarly invited PC users to switch and enjoy working where things were so much easier. However, Apple hasn't been actively … [Read more...] about Apple’s new macOS Mojave optimizes the Mac for iOS users, not PC switchers
Kif Leswing, provided by Published 2:18 pm, Wednesday, June 27, 2018 Drew Angerer/Getty Images Scammers in China are hijacking people's Apple IDs and making purchases via an iPhone and Mac feature called "Family Sharing." The feature is designed to help families share apps and music, but the scammers are using it lock out the actual owner of the account and buy in-app purchases and iTunes gift cards. To protect yourself, you should make sure you have two-factor authentication turned on for your Apple account. When David tried to download apps on his iPhone and iPad recently, he found he wasn't able to because his account was linked to something called "Family Sharing." LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Watch Apple CEO Tim Cook Speak at Fortune’s CEO Initiative Fortune Brian Krzanich Resigns as CEO of Intel Fortune Singapore Was #1 Cyberattack Target During U.S.-North Korea Summit Veuer The Formula for a Healthier … [Read more...] about People are discovering that scammers are controlling their Apple accounts using a feature for families to share apps (AAPL)
APPLE'S long-rumoured streaming service could be cheaper than rival Netflix, according to experts. Industry watchers claim Apple will try to undercut Netflix with a bargain TV-show-and-movie service next year. The entertainment industry seems settled on the fact that Apple is working on a streaming service. In fact, just last week Apple announced it had teamed up with Oprah Winfrey to produce a "lineup of original content", without revealing where that content would live. Now tech site Recode reports that some industry players expect Apple to offer a bargain subscription. "One TV executive who has talked to Apple tells me Apple says it intends to sell a standalone subscription to its original video shows, priced below Netflix," the site wrote. We spoke to GBH Insights' Daniel Ives, who agreed that Apple's streaming service would be "price competitive, or cheaper than Netflix's monthly service". In the UK, the standard HD membership now costs £7.99 per month. So it's possible an … [Read more...] about Apple’s TV and movie service streaming service could be CHEAPER than Netflix, coming late 2019
This trick uses QuickTime’s Screen Recording feature. This is designed for making screencasts, recording your own Mac’s screen and then sharing the result as a video file. But QuickTime’s screen recorder can do more than just capture the Mac’s own screen. It can also record any connected device, wired or wireless. record their own screens, so you don’t need this trick. But it’s still super handy for recording the Apple TV. How to record Apple TV with QuickTime QuickTime Player app (it’s in your Mac’s Applications folder). Then, go to the menubar and click File > New Screen Recording (keyboard shortcut ⌃⌘N). AirParrot server shows up, which is a kind of software Apple TV. Any connected “cameras” like the iPhone or the Apple TV will show up here. Once you have selected your Apple TV as the source, you should immediately see your Apple TV mirrored to your Mac. This trick won’t work with DRM-encumbered video … [Read more...] about How to record Apple TV on your Mac, wirelessly