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Logic Pros: What’s new in iOS & Mac music production this week

This is the place to catch up on all the biggest product announcements, hardware, apps, synths, Logic/GarageBand instruments and so much more in the world of iOS/Mac music production. This week we have some really interesting new virtual gear for Mac including a stylophone-based sampler instrument, the GEM TapeDesk analog console emulator, a completely free Casio VL-1 for your Logic setup and more… more…

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Justin Kahn

May 6th

Apple

Mac

Report claims iPhone 8 will not feature a truly edge-to-edge display

iPhone 8 Release

I'm not sure what's going on with JPMorgan these days, but the financial services firm over the past few weeks has published a number of bizarre research reports concerning Apple's upcoming iPhone 8. Not too long after analyst Rod Hall issued an analyst note claiming that Apple will unveil the iPhone 8 at WWDC, the firm recently published a new research report alleging that everything we thought we knew about the iPhone 8's edge-to-edge display has been completely off base.

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Yoni Heisler

May 6th

Apple

Mobile

Urban-X’s investors showcase features high-tech face masks, navigation for the blind and more

 The Urban-X investors showcase is a closed-door event that shows off eight different incubated startups to potential investors and press. I stopped by earlier this week to see what the fuss was about. Of the eight companies in Urban-X’s 02 cohort, I picked four that tackled problems relating to pollution, the visually impaired, urban deliveries and maintaining public cleanliness:… Read More

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Stefan Etienne

May 6th

Gadgets

Urban-X’s investors showcase features high-tech face masks, navigation for the blind and more

 The Urban-X investors showcase is a closed-door event that shows off eight different incubated startups to potential investors and press. I stopped by earlier this week to see what the fuss was about. Of the eight companies in Urban-X’s 02 cohort, I picked four that tackled problems relating to pollution, the visually impaired, urban deliveries and maintaining public cleanliness:… Read More

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Stefan Etienne

May 6th

Gadgets

Another iPhone supplier hit by Apple’s supply changes

iPhone 8 Rumors Motion Sensors

The iPhone 8 is good news for various component suppliers who live and die by Apple’s orders. The device is expected to pack a bunch of new features that require specialized hardware — that’s why the phone is rumored to see launch delays of up to two months. But it appears that Apple is also shopping for other suppliers when it comes to smartphone components we’re used to seeing in today’s phone. And that means one more Apple suppliers will feel the pain of losing iPhone orders.

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Chris Smith

May 6th

Apple

Mobile

Inside Andy Rubin’s futuristic Playground hardware incubator

 With titanium 3D printers, electrostatic charge tables, and a giant slide, Playground Global lives up to it’s a name. Here we take you on a tour of Android operating system inventor Andy Rubin’s hardware startup incubator that’s backed by a $300 million fund. Check out how the whimsical space lets scrappy hackers compete with Facebook and Google to recruit top talent. If… Read More

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Josh Constine

May 6th

Gadgets

Baby tech draws seed funding and a few big rounds

 Becoming a parent brings drastic change in the household budget. As such, new and expectant parents are a favored demographic among marketers. Startup founders and their backers have also taken an interest, applying technology and business model innovation to the increasingly tech-intensive art of watching, feeding, entertaining and transporting tiny humans. Read More

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Joanna Glasner

May 6th

Gadgets

This week’s top stories: AAPL earnings, Siri Speaker, iPhone 8 reports, AirPods & Apple Watch sales & more

In this week’s top stories: AAPL earnings, Siri Speaker, iPhone 8 reports, AirPods & Apple Watch sales, and much more.

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Jordan Kahn

May 6th

Apple

Mac

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’: Explaining all 5 post-credits scenes

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Every Marvel movies has one or two post-credits scenes to provide an epilogue to the movie you just watched and set up the next big Marvel adventure, but Guardians of the Galaxy director James Gunn had to one-up everyone with Vol. 2. Rather than the standard one or two scenes, Gunn included five post-credits scenes in his new movie, most of which are jokes, but one of which is vitally important.

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Jacob Siegal

May 6th

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Delivery.com removes Apple Pay as payment choice for laundry orders, citing problems outside its control

Apple Pay has been expanding at a relatively brisk pace over recent months, with the payment platform expanding to new countries, new apps, and more. This time, however, Apple Pay has actually been removed as a payment option from popular delivery services platform Delivery.com, with the company citing issues out of its control…

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Chance Miller

May 6th

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