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Singapore bank lets Apple customers voice their transactions

47 minutes ago   |   ZDnet   |   3 articles

OCBC Bank has turned on voice-based commands for mobile customers with access to Apple's virtual assistant Siri, allowing them to check their bank accounts or make e-payments.
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Apple's New Speaker Stains Tech Giant's Design Reputation

51 minutes ago   |   Mobile Tech Today   |   3 articles

An unwelcome mark: Some customers who bought Apple's just-released $349 speaker, dubbed the HomePod, are reporting that the gadget leaves a white ring on the surfaces of wooden...
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Look Out Apple: Is Spotify Building Its Own Smart Speaker?

1 hour ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Help wanted: Streaming music company Spotify appears to be working on a line of "category defining" hardware products and is now ready to start setting up the manufacturing...
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Apple Dominating Global Smartphone and Watch Markets

1 hour ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

It's Apple's world, and we are all living in it. Apple's iPhone captured a record 51 percent of the global smartphone revenue share, while the Apple Watch leapfrogged over the...
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Apple to store Chinese iCloud accounts and keep cryptography keys in China starting February 28th

Apple to store Chinese iCloud accounts and keep cryptography keys in China starting February 28th

1 hour ago   |   Phone Arena   |   2 articles

A local law in China is forcing Apple to host Chinese users' iCloud accounts in a data center inside China starting on February 28th. Besides keeping these accounts...
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Apple Is Reportedly Planning AirPod Upgrades

2 hours ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

AirPods, Apple's hugely successful wireless earphones, look like they're getting an upgrade this year and a tweak next year. Look for voice-activated Siri AirPods in 2018 and a...
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Why Are Apple Devices Dialing 911 from a Repair Center?

2 hours ago   |   Mobile Tech Today

Around 20 false emergency calls a day have been made from one of Apple's refurbishment centers, which handles iPhones and Apple Watches, since October - and it's not clear how.
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Apple moves to store iCloud keys in China, raising human rights fears

4 hours ago   |   Reuters   |   2 articles

SAN FRANCISCO/BEIJING - When Apple Inc begins hosting Chinese users' iCloud accounts in a new Chinese data center at the end of this month to comply with new laws there...
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Apple Pay Cash reportedly starts rolling out globally

Apple Pay Cash reportedly starts rolling out globally

4 hours ago   |   Phone Arena

Apple's peer-to-peer payment service Apple Pay Cash, has started rolling out on a global basis. The feature, which allows users to send money through the Messages app, has...
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13 Qi Wireless Chargers for the iPhone Reviewed

10 hours ago   |   TidBITS

Wireless charging has been around for years. But when Apple built this technology into its newest iPhones, it gave the tech a boost. Julio Ojeda-Zapata tested an assortment of...
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Apple to store Chinese iCloud accounts and keep cryptography keys in China...

Apple to store Chinese iCloud accounts and keep cryptography keys in China starting February 28th

A local law in China is forcing Apple to host Chinese users' iCloud accounts in a data center inside China starting on February 28th. Besides keeping these accounts... Read more ...

Samsung Galaxy S9 event: start time and how to watch it live

Samsung Galaxy S9 event: start time and how to watch it live

Finally, we are here again. It is a big day for all fans of the South Korean giant. The tech giant will be hosting its MWC 2018 press event in a few hours from now, and fans... Read more ...

T-Mobile achieves 1.3Gbps download speeds using License Assisted Access

T-Mobile achieves 1.3Gbps download speeds using License Assisted Access

T-Mobile have achieved another network speed milestone. T-Mobile and Nokia hit download speeds of 1.3Gbps this week using commercial Nokia tech with License Assisted Access... Read more ...

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

User reviews are coming to Nintendo's website, as spotted by Polygon, adding a feature that lets fans talk up games on Nintendo systems. If you have played a Nintendo 3DS or... Read more ...

Google publicly launches ARCore 1.0 on 13 phones, will begin expanding Lens...

Google publicly launches ARCore 1.0 on 13 phones, will begin expanding Lens preview

After playing around in the experimental phase, Google is bringing its ARCore augmented reality platform to its 1.0 release with availability on over 100 million Android... Read more ...

Google to add new languages and features to Google Assistant as the virtual...

Google to add new languages and features to Google Assistant as the virtual helper goes global

Google announced today that its digital virtual assistant, Google Assistant, is taking its act on the road. And by on the road, we mean that Google has plans to make Assistant... Read more ...

Dropbox files to go public 10 years after launch

Dropbox files to go public 10 years after launch

A decade after it was founded, Dropbox has filed to go public. The beloved, easy-to-use file syncing service had documents unsealed at the SEC today revealing plans for an... Read more ...

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

Nintendo Sets Up User Reviews For Games

User reviews are coming to Nintendo's website, as spotted by Polygon, adding a feature that lets fans talk up games on Nintendo systems. If you have played a Nintendo 3DS or... Read more ...

Facebook removes VR shooting demo from conservative conference

Facebook removes VR shooting demo from conservative conference

This week at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference Facebook chose to maintain a booth for attendees that includes an Oculus virtual reality demo. Now This writer... Read more ...

Android dark mode isn't happening: Google blames miscommunication

Android dark mode isn't happening: Google blames miscommunication

Google briefly made waves in the Android community today after a post in its forums said that a dark mode would be added to a future Android release. Users have been requesting... Read more ...