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Samsung, Google, & others formally back Apple in legal dispute with Qualcomm

Apple today has received support from a handful of tech companies in its ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm. As reported by Reuters, the Computer & Communications Industry Association, which consists of tech companies such as Samsung, Intel, Google, Amazon, and more, today filed comments with the U.S. International Trade Commission arguing that an import ban on iPhones would hurt consumers…

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July 21st

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Samsung, Google, & others formally back Apple in legal dispute with Qualcomm

Apple today has received support from a handful of tech companies in its ongoing legal dispute with Qualcomm. As reported by Reuters, the Computer & Communications Industry Association, which consists of tech companies such as Samsung, Intel, Google, Amazon, and more, today filed comments with the U.S. International Trade Commission arguing that an import ban on iPhones would hurt consumers…

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Chance Miller

July 21st

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Apple is still researching advanced battery designs for EVs

Apple Car

Amid speculation that Apple was intent on designing and manufacturing its own branded car, word surfaced last September that Apple was completely "rethinking" its strategy in the automotive space. What followed after that were a number of layoffs and a shift of focus, with reports indicating that Apple was abandoning its designs on manufacturing a car in favor of working on specific auto-related technologies. To this point, Tim Cook last month essentially confirmed Apple's interest in researching AI systems for self-driving cars.

"We’re focusing on autonomous systems,” Cook said when asked about Apple's automotive ambitions. “It’s a core technology that we view as very important.” Cook later added that figuring out self driving cars amounts to "the mother of all AI projects."

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Yoni Heisler

July 20th

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What’s coming to Apple Music and Beats 1 in July 2017

We’re halfway through July, but exclusive Apple Music and Beats 1 content continues to be announced. In June, we finally saw the release of Apple’s oft-discussed Planet of the Apps series. While many readers shared they won’t be watching it, it remains as Apple’s first steps into original content. Carpool Karaoke which had been slated for Spring, will now see an official release date on August 8th.

We’ll be sure to update this list with information as it arrives, so be sure to check back often. Let’s dive into what we you’ll be watching and listening to on Apple Music and Beats 1 this July 2017…

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Greg Barbosa

July 20th

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What’s coming to Apple Music and Beats 1 in July 2017

We’re halfway through July, but exclusive Apple Music and Beats 1 content continues to be announced. In June, we finally saw the release of Apple’s oft-discussed Planet of the Apps series. While many readers shared they won’t be watching it, it remains as Apple’s first steps into original content. Carpool Karaoke which had been slated for Spring, will now see an official release date on August 8th.

We’ll be sure to update this list with information as it arrives, so be sure to check back often. Let’s dive into what we you’ll be watching and listening to on Apple Music and Beats 1 this July 2017…

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Greg Barbosa

July 20th

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Australia the latest country to have no idea how encryption works

iPhone Encryption Laws

Australia is the latest country to seek ways to access information passed between smartphones via encrypted apps, information that might be relevant to criminal investigations and counterterrorism operations. The Australian government wants to be able to spy on encrypted means of communications, whether they’re built in to devices like the iPhone, or apps like WhatsApp, Telegram, and anything else that secures chats and voice calls. But, the Australian government has said it doesn’t want backdoors in iOS! This only proves that governments still fail to grasp how encrypted iPhones work.

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Chris Smith

July 20th

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iOS 11: How to use the new Files app

Apple has introduced its new Files app with iOS 11 and along with it come improvements for managing, editing, and sharing your data. Follow along for a look at this new iOS app.

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Michael Potuck

July 20th

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Google Play Music for iPhone now works with Apple CarPlay 

Google Play Music for iOS now works with Apple’s CarPlay feature when used with compatible car systems. CarPlay support lets Google Play Music users safely control music playback from the built-in car display using a streamlined interface.

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Zac Hall

July 20th

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Google Play Music for iPhone now works with Apple CarPlay 

Google Play Music for iOS now works with Apple’s CarPlay feature when used with compatible car systems. CarPlay support lets Google Play Music users safely control music playback from the built-in car display using a streamlined interface.

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Zac Hall

July 20th

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YouTube TV expands to 10 new locations around the U.S.

As announced last month, YouTube TV is now available in 10 more locations around the United States. For $35 per month, users can watch the Big Four networks, sports, and other cable channels on iOS and Apple TV (via AirPlay) clients that feature an unlimited DVR for saving movies and TV shows.

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Abner Li

July 20th

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