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How To Use Airdrop To Copy Files Between iPhones And Macs

AirDrop is a quick and easy way to send photos and video, and copy files, PDF, or other file types from your iPhone to your Mac, your Mac to your iPhone, from your iPhone to a friend’s iPhone, or any scenario including an iPhone, iPad and a Mac. It’s faster and neater than sending files via email, and won’t use up any of your data alowance like sending via text message might. You can even use AirDrop to send a…

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tvOS 12 Release Date & New Features

tvOS is the operating system that runs on the fourth-gen and later models of the Apple TV. It’s the Apple TV’s equivalent of iOS on the iPhone or macOS on the Mac; it manages the apps you can install on the device and offers various features of its own. Each version of tvOS is numbered to match the version of iOS it’s based on, so the update launched in autumn 2017 (on 19 September) was named tvOS 11, even though…

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What is WPA3? – Tech Advisor

When you connect a Wi-Fi device to a network you usually have to enter a password. It’s rare these days to have an ‘open’ network with no password, unless you’re in an airport or a shopping centre with free Wi-Fi. And everyone knows that an unsecure network isn’t a good thing, even if it’s free. For all those networks secured with a password, they tend to a standard called WPA2. This has been around since 2004 and, although it’s by…

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​Google doubles down on Linux and open source

Google couldn’t exist without Linux and open-source software. While you may not think of Google as a Linux company in the same way as you do Canonical, Red Hat, or SUSE, it wouldn’t be the search and advertising giant it is today without Linux. So, it makes sense that Google is moving up from its Silver membership in The Linux Foundation, to the Platinum level. With this jump in status, Google gets a seat on the Foundation’s board of directors.…

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I tried to fool Google Duplex, Google’s mind-blowing AI booking assistant

The trap was set. I was going to try to be the first tech journalist to successfully fool Google Duplex, the futuristic reservations-making AI first shown off at Google IO in May, and briefly made available to TechRadar and others for testing this week. This mind-blowing extension of Google Assistant is able to call, talk to, and fully respond to real-life business operators with an eerily human-like robot voice. If there’s ever been a sign that robots are coming to…

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macOS Mojave Release Date, Features & System Requirements

Apple has announced that the next version of macOS – macOS 10.14 – will be given the name Mojave. Apple has now made the Mojave public beta available to download so, if you are signed up to the Public Beta program you can start trying out the new features. (Read all about how to join the Public Beta program so that you can download and install Mojave on your Mac).  Read on to find out what to expect from the…

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Westworld Season 3 Premiere Date, Cast, Trailers & News

The first two seasons of robot cowboy drama Westworld were massive hits for HBO, and it’s arguably the first show to finally look like it might be the ‘next Game of Thrones’ that everybody’s been waiting for. Unfortunately, it took the company a grand total of three years to make that first series – and while the wait for season 2 wasn’t quite as long, it’s still not going to be a show that premieres once a year like clockwork.…

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Google’s big rebrand: Farewell AdWords, DoubleClick, hello Google Ads

Google is revamping its advertising brands, dropping Adwords and DoubleClick. The search and adverting giant has introduced three new brands for its ad products: Google Ads, Google Marketing Platform, and Google Ad Manager. Google AdWords, launched 18 years ago, is being replaced with Google Ads, which the search giant said reflects the advertising options now offered across Google sites, partner sites and apps — like YouTube, Google Maps or Google Play. The company also said it will introduce a new…

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iPhone 9: what we’d like to see

Apple is posed to launch a cheaper iPhone 9 in 2018, and whether or not it goes by that specific name, we are expected a new all-screen phone closer to the iPhone 8 price than the iPhone X price. Of course, we do expect an new flagship phone too in the form of the iPhone XI with a September launch window, but everyone holding out for a more affordable device from Apple should look no further than the iPhone 9.…

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IP Australia trialling blockchain for food provenance

IP Australia is looking to blockchain to provide a solution to supply chain weaknesses, starting with baby formula. The government entity that falls under the responsibility of the Department of Industry, Innovation and Science is soon moving into export trials of the solution with a Canberra-based small goods exporter, following a successful proof of concept with local blockchain firm Agile Digital and secure cloud provider Vault Systems. IP Australia administers intellectual property rights and legislation relating to patents, trademarks, registered…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 submitted to the FCC, could be announced soon

Samsung left a fairly large gap between the release of its Galaxy Tab S2 and Tab S3 tablets, but it appears that the Korean electronics giant isn’t resting on its laurels when it comes to the Galaxy Tab S4 launch — a listing believed to be the next iteration of Samsung’s flagship tablet has shown up on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website (via Droid Life), just 16 months after the launch of its predecessor. While the Galaxy Tab S4…

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Vodafone launches NBN Wi-Fi booster and new plans

Vodafone Australia has announced three new parts of its National Broadband Network (NBN) offering in a bid to win more customers, including a Wi-Fi booster and refreshed plans rewarding bundled customers. Speaking with ZDNet, Vodafone GM of Fixed Matthew Lobb called the new Wi-Fi booster a “mini-me version of our Wi-Fi hub”. Lobb told ZDNet that Vodafone again worked with Technicolor, the same company it used for its Wi-Fi Hub — which provides backup 4G internet access in the event…

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The best Xbox One bundle deals in June 2018

If you’re anything like us, you may already be planning your strategy for scoring great deals on Amazon Prime Day. Regardless, that doesn’t mean you can’t get a winning price on an Xbox One console or bundle right now. No matter when you’re shopping, an Xbox One bundle is always a great option. You’ve very likely to get more for your money, as you’ll get an extra game or two thrown in, which can be especially helpful for someone purchasing…

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How To Use Instagram On A Mac: Upload Photos Without An iPhone

Instagram, the ever popular app that allows you to share photos and videos with your friends, family and followers isn’t limited to just your phone or tablet. Here, we show you how to use Instagram on a Mac. Upload photos to Instagram on a Mac using Safari Instagram is first-and-foremost designed to be used on a mobile device, but you can view, like and comment on photos and videos on the desktop site. Just visit www.instagram.com and login to your…

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AirPods and HomePod updates would bring Apple closer to its audio ambitions

Video: WWDC 2018: The big productivity features from Apple’s developer event Even with Apple’s inevitable shift to a more services-based model, there is still a lot for the company to explore in devices. When it comes to its latest launches, screens are giving way to sounds. The company launched wireless earbuds and smart speakers after these categories had been growing for years. And recent reports indicate that the company is looking to up its game, preparing to release higher-end products,…

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Has Nvidia’s first graphics card with GDDR6 memory shown itself?

While we can’t be certain exactly which, Nvidia is clearly hard at work on its next-generation graphics card, judging by a recent Reddit post. Since deleted, the post shared a photo of what appears to be a prototype printed circuit board (PCB) for a graphics card using the next-gen GDDR6 video memory. Scooped up by VideoCardz, the website notes that this supposed leak post – which was not only deleted, but its author’s account was also erased – could very…

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