Thursday, 27 October 2016
[wanabidii] Apple MacBook Pro with 'Touch Bar' launched, prices start at Rs 1,55,900
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Apple MacBook Pro with ‘Touch Bar’ launched, prices start at Rs 1,55,900
Running macOS Sierra, the upgraded MacBook Pro feature an OLED strip called ‘Touch Bar’.
New TV app launched for Apple TV, iPhone and iPad
Starting December this year, Apple TV users in the United States can access apps that are part of their paid TV subscriptions by signing in to Apple TV, iPhone or iPad once.
Apple's new MacBook Pro shows it's not just focused on iPhones
Apple Inc unveiled a revamped MacBook Pro on Thursday, adding a fingerprint reader, replacing function keys with a small touch screen and slimming down the workhorse of its computer notebook line.
Apple TV's new app can manage video from various sources
Apple wants to unify television viewing on its streaming TV device with a new app simply called ``TV.''
Apple overhauls laptop line-up with 'Touch Bar' enabled MacBook Pro
Apple Inc unveiled a revamped MacBook Pro on Thursday, adding a fingerprint reader, replacing function keys with a small touch screen and slimming down the ageing workhorse of its computer notebook line.
Twitter to discontinue its Vine short video service in the 'coming months'
It has also been mentioned that the Vine app or the website will in no manner be affected by this move. Users will be able to access all their Vine videos and download them as well.
Internet can't decide whether these legs are shiny or painted white
The controversy swirling now is about whether a photo of a pair of legs shows them shiny or streaked with white paint.
India overtakes US as second biggest market in terms of smartphone connections
India has become the second-biggest market globally in terms of smartphone connections, overtaking the US and trailing only China.
Broadband privacy rules approved despite industry pushback
Federal regulators have approved new broadband privacy rules that make internet service providers like Comcast and Verizon ask customers' permission before using or sharing much of their data.
IBM, General Motors team up to personalize driving experience for motorists
IBM on Wednesday announced it was teaming with General Motors to put Watson artificial intelligence to work to personalize the driving experience for motorists.
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