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The Computer History Museum will open source Apple’s Lisa OS in 2018

Before the first Macintosh and the first Windows PC, Apple released a desktop computer known as the Lisa which ran its own specialized operating system. Soon, enthusiasts will be able to pick apart its source code to see exactly what was going on under the hood. Al Kossow, a software curator for the Computer History Museum, took to a Google Groups discussion board ... Read More »

Apple’s iOS 10 Beta Hints at Lots of Change – Not All of It Welcome

Apple is releasing a new version of its mobile operating system this fall, bringing the company up to a nice round number: iOS 10. Ahead of launch, Apple is allowing anyone to test the software and give their feedback. First, I would not recommend that most people download this beta. Bugs are par for the course with all early software and could try ... Read More »

Most of Apple’s Demands Haven’t Been Met, Says Commerce and Industry Minister

HIGHLIGHTS Apple was in talks with Karnataka govt to make iPhones in Bengaluru Apple had demanded certain concession & relaxations from the Indian govt Sitharaman has said ‘No’ to most of Apple’s demands The government on Wednesday said it has not accepted ‘most of the demands’ of iPhone maker Apple which wants to set up manufacturing unit in India. To a ... Read More »

10 Features of Apple’s iOS 10 Small Businesses Need to Know About

The new iOS 10 by Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) has been described by the company as its biggest release yet, and as an operating system with more personal, powerful and playful features. The good thing for small business owners is that the new features would seem to drastically enhance the way you can run your business on your iPhone or iPad. Whether ... Read More »

Bragi Boldly Goes Where Apple’s AirPods Have Yet To Go

Silicon sleeves for the Bragi Dash, what founder Nikolaj Hviid calls an in-ear computer. (Image via Bragi) Back in 2013 a Danish designer named Nikolaj Hviid took his prototype of wireless earbuds to Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino, Calif. to get some feedback. He then spent most of his meeting listening to someone tell him why his wireless earbuds couldn’t be done. ... Read More »

76% of Apple’s mobile devices are now running iOS 10

  POST YOUR COMMENT COMMENTS (34) Himanshu, 06 January 2017 Apple iOS Apple has released its latest iOS adoption numbers, revealing that the version 10 of its mobile operating system now powers 76% of compatible devices. That’s a rise of 13% compared to the last time these figures were released, which happened in November. In October, the adoption rate stood ... Read More »

Debit Card Security Breach, WhatsApp Gets New Features, Apple’s Mac Event, and More: Your 360 Daily

HIGHLIGHTS 3.2 million debit card users vulnerable after security breach in India Apple sends media invites for Oct 27 event, where new Macs are expected Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is still being used by 1 million people From the 3.2 million debit cards in India being exposed thanks to a security breach and Apple’s upcoming new Macbooks to Samsung Galaxy ... Read More »

Apple’s up to date MacBook is integrated faster with longer battery life

Apple dropped a few Mac news built-inal week, however it won’t have been the built-informationintegrated you have been built-ing ahead tointegrated. Neither the MacBook Air nor the MacBook seasoned have seen a processor refresh when you consider that built-inintegrated yr, andboth have had the same design for several years now. So, built-in had been hopintegratedg for thelegendary Retbuilt-ina show Air ... Read More »

Facebook’s Zuckerberg ‘Sympathetic’ With Apple’s Fight With US Authorities

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg said Monday he was “sympathetic” with Apple’s chief executive Tim Cook in his stand-off with the US government over breaking into the iPhone of a mass shooter. “I don’t think that requiring back doors to encryption is either going to be an effective thing to increase security or is really the right thing to do. We are ... Read More »