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Earth Day: Apple unveils ‘Daisy’ iPhone recycling robot

Apple is looking to an iPhone-chomping robot to help save the planet.  On Thursday, the consumer electronics maker introduced Daisy — a new robot in Apple’s Austin, Texas, factory that disassembles old iPhones to make it easier to reuse and recycle their parts. It replaces the previous robot, Liam, and uses some of the older machine’s components.  Daisy’s unveiling is ...

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Best Buy Discounts Entry-Level 15-Inch MacBook Pro to $1,499 in One-Day Sale

Best Buy currently has a limited-time sale hitting the 15-inch MacBook Pro from mid 2015, with a 2.2 GHz Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB RAM, and 256GB flash storage. Under the sale, those interested can get this model for $1,499.99, priced originally at $1,999.99. Students and parents of students can knock the price down an additional $50 to $1,449.99. Note: ...

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Apple Open Sources FoundationDB – Mac Rumors

Apple owned-company FoundationDB today announced that the FoundationDB core has been open sourced with the goal of building an open community with all major development done in the open. FoundationDB, a database company, was purchased by Apple back in 2015. As described in today’s announcement, FoundationDB is a distributed datastore that’s been designed from the ground up to be deployed ...

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Apple shares drop on iPhone chipmaker TSMC forecasting $1B less in revenue

  By Roger Fingas Thursday, April 19, 2018, 06:41 am PT (09:41 am ET) Apple’s share price dropped about 3 percent during pre-market trading going into Thursday, on word that TSMC —the manufacturer of A-series processors for iPhones and iPads —is expecting about $1 billion less revenue for the second quarter than Wall Street forecasts. The iPhone X and its ...

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How to Apply Color Tags to Items in macOS Finder Using Custom Keyboard Shortcuts

In one of our previous macOS how-to guides, we explained how using tags can help you organize your files and folders and quickly locate them when they’re needed. In this article, we’re going to show you how to tag items in Finder using a simple custom keyboard shortcut, for even faster tagging. The first series of steps below shows you ...

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iPhone SE 2? Apple registers new iPhone model numbers on EEC

The Russian filing can be seen here. Consomac/EEC A new hint has surfaced to support the rumor that Apple will release an iPhone SE 2 in the near future, but it’s a roundabout one, so bear with us. I promise, this will all make sense. Apple recently registered several unreleased iPhone model numbers with the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC), a Russian-language regulatory ...

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eight things we want to see

Apple has teased users for over a year about a major revamp of the Mac Pro. A new and improved model, meant to usurp the “thermally challenged” cylindrical Mac Pro that debuted years ago is coming in 2019, and this got us thinking about what we hope to see when Apple finally ships. Every pro user is going to be ...

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How to Export Your Passwords and Login Data From Google Chrome

In Chrome 66, rolling out now for Mac and iOS, Google has added a password export option to the web browser so that you can easily migrate your login details to another browser via a third-party password manager app. In this article, we’ll show you how to export your passwords from Chrome on Mac and iOS. At the end of ...

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Google Chrome 66 Browser Adds Default Mute Autoplay Feature, Password Export, and More

Google is currently rolling out its Chrome 66 update to users of the web browser on Mac and iOS. The Mac version now mutes autoplaying content by default, while both desktop and mobile versions include a passwords export option, security improvements and new developer features. Mute autoplay was originally slated for Chrome 64, which introduced autoplay settings on a per-site ...

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Best Buy Offering Up to $350 Off MacBook Air Models

Best Buy is continuing its recent string of solid deals with a new discount offering up to $300 off select MacBook Air models, bringing the cost of the entry-level model down to just $699.99. Students and parents of students can sign up for Best Buy’s Student Deals program to knock an additional $50 off on all eligible models. Note: MacRumors ...

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Sonnet’s eGFX Breakaway Puck RX570 delivers on-the-go graphics power to MacBook Pro

The Sonnet eGFX Breakaway Puck packs a Radeon RX570 GPU inside a portable, Thunderbolt 3-compatible package, offering MacBook users a take-anywhere graphics boost. With the release of macOS 10.13.4 last month, Apple’s desktop platform provides support for external GPU boxes over Thunderbolt 3. The handy hardware can provide a much-needed graphics boost to a variety of Macs, including MacBook Pro. ...

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Here’s how to cancel your Apple Music subscription

When you sign up for Apple Music, the streaming service comes with a free trial. If, after your time is up, you decide you don’t want to start paying for the service, you’ll need to take a couple of minutes to cancel your subscription before it autorenews and you’re charged for it.  Now Playing: Watch this: Cancel your Apple Music ...

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