Apple summons security experts for bug bounty program brief – report

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Article Image Apple has allegedly invited a a bevy of third party security experts and device hackers to its headquarters to break down the details of the previously announced bug bounty program for macOS and iOS.

Second man pleads gulity in ‘Celebgate’ hacks of iCloud & Gmail accounts

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Article Image Edward Majerczyk of Illinois has become the second person to plead guilty in 2014's "Celebgate" scandal, which saw the leak of nude photos and other private data from hundreds of people, including many female celebrities.

Deals: $150 off 256GB 13″ MacBook Pro; up to $220 off first-gen Apple Watches; 1TB storage for life now $39

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Article Image Shoppers in the market for a 13" MacBook Pro can pick up the 2.7GHz model with 256GB of space for $1,349 and save $50 on AppleCare. First-gen Apple Watches are also $200-$220 off, while Zoolz Complete Cloud Storage is 98% off.

BlackBerry to exit hardware business, stop making smartphones, as financial skid continues

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Article Image After yet another unprofitable quarter, BlackBerry CEO John Chen has announced that the company will rely on partners for hardware, will no longer design smartphones internally, and will shift to a services-only model to insure the company's survival.

SYNCHRONY EAS Hearing Implant System Receives FDA Approval

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The MED-EL SYNCHRONY EAS (Electric Acoustic Stimulation) Hearing Implant System received FDA approval on September 16, 2016. The EAS system is the first hearing aid system that works as a cochlear implant and has built in acoustic amplification. For people with high frequency hearing loss and existing low frequency hearing level, this is a revolutionary advancement in the technology for hearing implants.

Samsung Galaxy Note7 Still Has Battery Issues

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Samsung’s recall has been a hot topic in the news media for a few weeks now. The latest news point to the fact that the company’s exchange program has facilitated the return of 1.5 million Galaxy Note7s. This equates to roughly 60%.

Apple’s iPhone 7 camera tops competition despite smaller sensor in DxOMark review

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Article Image Imaging specialist DxO recently wrapped up its evaluation of Apple's iPhone 7, noting the new smartphone flagship raises an already high bar set by previous models thanks to Digital Cinema (DCI-P3) color gamut support, class-leading image stabilization, fast autofocus and other enhancements.

Occipital brings room-scale VR to iPhone with $500 dev kit headset

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Article Image Occipital on Tuesday launched a $500 VR development kit that uses the company's proprietary Structure Core 3D Sensor to turn smartphones -- including iPhone -- into VR headsets with true room-scale position tracking technology.

First look: DJI touts Mavic Pro drone’s compact design, spotlights continued partnership with Apple

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Article Image Two major drone announcements this month featured Apple's iOS platform as the centerpiece of the world of aerial photography, being used on the go to view, capture and edit footage. DJI and its new Mavic Pro go a step further, working with Apple's retail stores to provide customers with hands-on impressions via trained pros.

Spotify debuts ‘Daily Mix’ to compete with Apple Music’s ‘For You’

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Article Image Spotify on Tuesday debuted a feature called the Daily Mix, offering tailored playlists apparently meant to challenge the "For You" content on Apple Music.
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