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Apple set to spend over $500 MILLION on its Arcade game service Apple has set aside over $500 million on its soon-to-launch gaming service. Arcade is set to arrive this fall and will let users play exclusive games ad-free on mobile, desktop, and Apple TV. First launched last month, Arcade gives users access to 100 titles from developers like Cartoon Network, LEGO, Sega, Konami and Annapurna Interactive, among others The service is slated to launch later this year, with game titles expected to be announced this summer
Many deaf children lack early access to American Sign Language. This woman is harnessing tech to change that. - The Lily From apps to digital books, Melissa Malzkuhn is dedicated to making ASL accessible — and fun This has turned out to be an amazing way for parents to feel a little bit more confident about signing with their kid ‘Remind me to express appreciation at 9 a.m.’ is a setting users can choose in Lasting Caroline Kitchener April 12 April 12 Technology Your pregnancy-tracking app might be sharing your intimate data with your employer Employers and insurers pay apps like Ovia to keep tabs on the vast and valuable data The Lily News April 10 April 10
Apple and Qualcomm begin a trial that could end their global brawl For the first time, a federal jury will decide if Qualcomm’s business model is legal and whether Apple had the right to stop paying royalties for the chipmaker’s technology. That could entitle Qualcomm to punitive damages on top of billions of dollars in compensation for unpaid royalties Since Qualcomm is the biggest maker of CDMA and premium LTE modem chips, the manufacturers have had to acquiesce to its licensing demands, they say
P30 Pro review: Huawei's best flagship yet With stellar looks, cameras and battery life, the P30 Pro cements the Chinese phone-maker as a real player in the flagship space. The downside here is that the elegant glass finish combined with the curved edges makes for quite a slippery phone, but a translucent hard case is included in the box if you're worried about dropping it I still preferred to keep Huawei's Master AI off in order to maintain natural colours, but it's not as wacky as it was in the Mate20 Pro If you're happy to compromise a bit on those four things, Huawei also offers the P30 (without the Pro) for $1099
Apple iMac 21.5-inch (2019) review Apple’s most affordable all-in-one (until you fix the compromises) Even more so, in fact, because the thick bezel and tall chin stand out more without a huge screen dominating your vision That’s partly because Apple wants you to embrace its multi-touch gestures, which absolutely make a difference to benefitting from macOS features like the Mission Control workspace manager, super-smooth scrolling and zooming in on content
Samsung's Galaxy Fold proves folding phones are the future Samsung's Galaxy Fold is finally here -- it's the company's first foldable smartphone, with three screens, six cameras, and a dual-cell battery. What's it like to use? We spent some time with it to see how seamless it is switching between screens, and whether a foldable phone is worth buying. It’s much more comfortable using just two apps, as it almost feels like you’re holding two phones next to each other There will be a 5G model in some markets outside the U.S., but pricing hasn’t been announced yet But until the price starts to go down, it remains technology that’s out of reach for most people
Best Buy CEO succession plan gives investors pause though analysts are upbeat Some investors may be concerned after news that Best Buy’s CEO Hubert Joly is stepping down, but analysts are upbeat about his successor, Corie Barry. The issue for Best Buy isn’t leadership, but rather the forces that impact consumers and merchandise, analysts say Tonya Garcia Tonya Garcia is a MarketWatch reporter covering retail and consumer-oriented companies We Want to Hear from You Join the conversation Comment
iOS 13 may include system-wide dark mode and undo gesture Apple may also have changes planned for Safari, Mail and multitasking. You may also find it easier to select multiple items in table and collection views by dragging several fingers across them Video Presenter: Terrence O'Brien Script: Terrence O'Brien Script Editor: Terrence O'Brien Editor: Kyle Maack Producer & Camera: Michael Morris
Disney+ is the service Apple wants Apple and Disney launched their streaming service events at nearly the same time, but Disney had the roll-out and the product Apple should desire. David Paul Morris | Bloomberg | Getty Images Tim Cook, chief executive officer of Apple Inc., waves while onstage with Oprah Winfrey, chief executive officer of Oprah Winfrey Network LLC, during an event at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California, U.S., on Monday, March 25, 2019 Jobs became Disney's largest individual shareholder after the transaction with approximately 7 percent of the company's outstanding shares, and served on Disney's board until his death in 2011
HBO’s mobile apps to gain a million new downloads courtesy of ‘Game of Thrones’ premiere In addition to exciting its loyal legion of fans, HBO’s “Game of Thrones” premiere was also once again great news for installs of the network’s app for cord cutters, HBO NOW, which shot to the top of the App Store this weekend. The app this weekend saw a combined 300,000-plu… Or they may tune in to watch on the web, via their laptop Still, it’s a notable number – especially considering how late it is in the series for the show to be gaining new fans Today, there are some 6,200 comments in the show’s forum, from fans discussing the show
Opinion | Tiger Woods and the Game of Life Golf is all about how you react when you get a bad bounce. Tiger did that several times Sunday, and you could feel the buzz, and none more intensely than on Augusta National’s perilous 16th hole, where he launched his ball on the perfect arc over the water, softly curbing right to left with the terrain and then landing in the precise two-foot-diameter circle so that it would then roll 20 feet down the slope and stop 15 inches below the hole
The future of the smartphone camera is here, it’s not Apple and it’s disturbing Tech2 says the Huawei P30 Pro “makes the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus look redundant.” The Verge hails it as “the best camera you can’t buy in the U.S.” Others... The Verge hails it as Others take out the qualifier altogether The phone has a 40MP wide-angle camera that Huawei calls a Super Spectrum shooter that sees RYYB (red, yellow, yellow, blue) light instead of the typical RGB (red, green, blue) Shawn Langlois Shawn Langlois is an editor and writer for MarketWatch in Los Angeles
Lacking Specifics, Apple’s Gaming Strategy Fails to Excite Wall Street The company hasn’t provided many specifics on how much it plans to spend or how it intends to attack the growing videogame market. (Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook has not ruled out a big acquisition as the company dives deeper into subscription services.) Apple’s gaming service, expected in the fall for an undisclosed price, will lean heavily on indie-style videogames from smaller development teams under an all-you-can-eat platform that has some analysts pegging it as a niche service