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Deals: Get the HomePod for $ 199.99 at Best Buy ($ 99 off)

Best Buy today launched a new Apple Shopping event that includes a return of HomePod’s Black Friday sale price from $ 199.99. This remains one of the lowest prices we’ve ever found for a new HomePod and the best you’ll find online this week. Note: MacRumors is a Best Buy partner. When you click on a link and make a …

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Apple and Google show how COVID-19 exposure notification apps work

Apple and Google are today providing new resources to health authorities around the world to help them create COVID-19 exposure notification apps, including sample user interfaces and sample code for iOS and Android. iOS 13.5 includes a new menu under Settings> Health> COVID-19 Exposure Logging, which specifies which public health agency app a user is using. It also shows how …

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Offers: First discounts New Experiment 13-inch MacBook Pro at Expercom

Expercom today announced the first discounts on the recently announced 13-inch MacBook Pro from Apple. These sales include Apple’s base models and custom configurations, and there are also some discounts on AppleCare +. Note: MacRumors is an Expercom partner. When you click on a link and make a purchase, we may receive a small payment that helps us keep the …

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Google and Apple reveal what Covid 19 alarm apps could look like

Find out You were exposed to a serious illness through a push notification. This still seems to be something out of dystopian science fiction. However, the ingredients for exactly this scenario will be integrated into the Google and Apple operating system in a few days. Now the two companies have shown not only how it will work, but also what …

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A trip to the movies could soon feel like going to the airport

Hello and welcome to another issue of The Monitor, WIRED’s cultural news summary. Today we have some updates on a new HBO series, sia singles and the future of the theater experience. Let’s go. Soon it could feel like going to the airport to go to the cinema If you’ve read WIRED, you may have seen states like Texas cancel …

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Apple is finally giving up its fragile butterfly keyboard

Apple has updated The 13-inch workhorse MacBook Pro offers all the iterative improvements and improvements you’d expect from a surprising laptop unveiling on Monday morning. However, the ultimate meaning of the announcement lies less in what the new laptop adds than in what it pulls: Apple has finally given up its uncomfortable, annoying, extremely fragile butterfly keyboard. The butterfly keyboard …

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NFC-based digital key specification released on iPhone before Apple’s rumored CarKey function

Rumored that Apple is working on a “CarKey” feature for the iPhone, the Car Connectivity Consortium announced today that its NFC-based Digital Key Release 2.0 specification has been finalized and made available to its members, including Apple . The specification enables mobile devices to store, authenticate and share digital keys for vehicles with comprehensive security and data protection. The specification …

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It can. Amazon is not a typical grocery store

The corona virus has The stationary retailers were even less able to limit Amazon’s market power. Since the antitrust and regulatory spotlight is on the abuses of Amazon during the pandemic, a report by The Wall Street Journal Last week it was announced that Amazon employees had access to data from individual marketplace sellers when developing products that the company …

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How much energy does it take to blow up a planet?

As Obi-Wan says when he visits Grievous: Hello! Today is Star Wars Day. (May 4th is yours.) That means I can post another physical analysis of a scene from one of the scenes war of stars Films. Last year I looked at the Jedi’s acceleration with all their jumps – including Jar Jar, because why not? It is so this …

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