Apple Loses Copyright Battle Against Security Startup Corellium

krakman writes: Corellium, a security research firm sued by Apple, has won a major legal victory against the iPhone maker. In a ruling that has wide-reaching implications for iPhone security research and copyright law, a federal judge in Florida threw out Apple's claims that Corellium had violated copyright law with its software, which helps security researchers find bugs and security holes on Apple's products. Corellium, co-founded in 2017 by husband and wife Amanda Gorton and Chris Wade, was a...
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35 Must Read Articles On Brand Management

Stronger businesses and brands – that’s our hope for every marketing oriented leader and professional that reads our insights on Branding Strategy Insider. Since 2006 we’ve shared thousands of thought pieces focused on the most important concepts in brand management. This year was no exception. From start to finish we recorded the shaping forces of strategy, markets, culture, consumer behavior, over-communication, disinformation, category disruption, the speed in which our discipline is c...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Steve Jobs, America, ExxonMobil, Alexa, Branding, Wal Mart, Brand Management, Seven Ways Brands Can Create A Social Movement

Google's 'Cloud Print' Service is Shutting Down Soon

Another service is joining the Google graveyard, for better or worse. As the latest in a long series of Google service shutdowns, Cloud Print will be terminated in just a few short hours, meaning it will no longer be accessible for ChromeOS customers or others. From a report: Most internet users have probably never used Cloud Print a single time -- it was primarily designed for ChromeOS customers who had limited or no access to traditional printers years ago. However, now that ChromeOS boasts mu...
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TikTok removed an account that was promoting secret large, indoor parties as COVID-19 surges across the US

Vybe Together Vybe Together, a New York City-based "secret party app," used TikTok to promote a large New Year's Eve event that appear to break CDC-recommended COVID-19 safety protocol. TikTok removed the Vybe Together account for violating community guidelines.  "We are aware that large gatherings are not okay and we do not promote them. If we see events are popular we take them off!" a Vybe Together spokesperson told Business Insider in an email.  Immunologists and healthcare workers wo...
Tags: Apple, News, Instagram, California, Cdc, New York City, US, San Francisco, Trends, New York Times, Healthcare, Manhattan, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Eventbrite, Gavin Newsom, Apple App Store

Experience alternate computing with the Pe text editor

The Haiku operating system is a bold but successful attempt at reviving an old OS called BeOS. In the 1990s, BeOS was positioned to become the foundation for the next evolution of the Apple Mac line of computers. Back in the 1990s, Apple Inc. was poised to acquire BeOS as its next generation operating system. At the last minute, however, Apple decided the price was too steep and acquired the UNIX-based NeXT operating system instead (and so Mac OS X was born).read more
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Dow Jones Futures Fall As Stimulus Checks Set To Go Out; Apple Reverses From New Buy Point

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Hedge Fund Third Point Urges Intel To Explore Deal Options

Activist hedge fund Third Point LLC is pushing Intel Corp to explore strategic alternatives, including whether it should keep chip design and production under one roof, according to a letter it sent to the company's chairman on Tuesday that was reviewed by Reuters. From the report: Were it to gain traction, Third Point's push for changes could lead to a major shakeup at Intel, which has been slow to respond to investor calls to outsource more of its manufacturing capacity. It could also lead to ...
Tags: New York, Tech, Intel, Altera, Reuters, Omar Ishrak, Intel Corp, Daniel Loeb, Third Point

Cryptocurrency Exchange Coinbase Reportedly Paid Women and People of Color Like Shit

The cryptocurrency exchange startup Coinbase consistently paid women and people of color less than other employees performing similar jobs, new data from the New York Times has found, exposing a glaring pay gap that’s large even by the tech industry’s miserable standards.Read more...
Tags: Science, Tech, Bitcoin, New York Times, Crypto, Pay Gap, Gender Discrimination, Coinbase, Racial Discrimination, Cryptocurrency

Apple Pay Promo Offers 20% Off Grubhub Purchase of $10 or More

Apple today sent out emails informing Apple Pay users about a New Year promotion that will see Grubhub offering a 20 percent discount on purchases of $10 or more when customers use ‌Apple Pay‌. Customers can make a $10+ Grubhub purchase either on the web or in the Grubhub app and then get a 20 percent discount by using the promo code APPLEPAY when checking out. The discount is limited to $10, which means a $50 purchase will get the maximum discount amount. The promo code can be used one time...
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Google Is Testing a "Short Video" Carousel That Would Surface Instagram and TikTok Videos

Google is reportedly testing a new mobile search feature that would surface TikTok and Instagram videos in their own dedicated carousel — the search giant’s apparent answer to a growing appetite for short-form video content. Read more...
Tags: Google, Videos, Feature, Science, Instagram, Carousel, Tiktok, Mobile Search Feature, Test Feature

Daily Crunch: Judge dismisses Apple copyright claims against Corellium

Apple faces a major setback in one of its legal fights, VMware sues a former executive and Google tests a new short-form video feature. This is your Daily Crunch for December 29, 2020. The big story: Judge dismisses Apple copyright claims against Corellium Apple filed a lawsuit last year against Corellium, a company that allows security researchers to create virtualized iOS devices in the browser in order to discover potential security flaws. Apple argued that Corellium’s product both in...
Tags: Apple, Google, Startups, TC, Europe, Instagram, US, Seattle, Smith, Vmware, 23andMe, Rodney Smith, Madrona, Rajiv Ramaswami, Tiktok, Daily Crunch

Google pilots a search feature that aggregates short-form videos from TikTok and Instagram

Google is testing a new feature that will surface Instagram and TikTok videos in their own dedicated carousel in the Google app for mobile devices — a move that could help the company retain users in search of social video entertainment from fully leaving Google’s platform. The feature itself expands on a test launched earlier this year, where Google had first introduced a carousel of “Short Videos” within Google Discover  — the personalized feed found in the Google mobile app and to the left of...
Tags: Google, Social, Mobile, Apps, Video, Instagram, Social Media, Tech, Green Bay Packers, Facebook Instagram, Short-form Video, Trell, Tiktok, Forbes USA Today, Brian Freiesleben, Short Videos

This quick and clever tool creates an instant homepage for your podcast

Podcast homepages weren’t something I gave any thought to until I launched my own standalone show. And honestly, even then I probably didn’t give enough thought to the subject. For that reason, many or most of my shows have Tumblr pages — which is, at best, a bit of a mixed blessing in 2020. The biggest reason many podcasters give little consideration to the subject is the fact that most people are platform-dependent when it comes to listening. People who consume a lot of podcasts generally do s...
Tags: Google, Apps, Podcast, Entertainment, Tech, Podcasting, Brenden Mulligan, Mulligan, Podpage

How to Set Up Your New MacBook

Can you remember the last time you wiped your MacBook and reinstalled everything? I’d guess somewhere around “never,” but there are plenty of reasons you might want to Exterminatus your system, ranging from the serious (a major error with macOS) to the so-so (your system feels sluggish after all the crap you’ve put on…Read more...
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Weirdly Enough, 2020 Was Apple's Biggest Year in a Long Time

While most of us were having a horrible year, with lives and jobs up-ended by the global pandemic, tech companies sailed through 2020, buoyed by a stock market completely divorced from reality and consumers in need of products and software to do work and school at home. Apple was one such company, breaking its own…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Epic Games, Consumer Tech, So Many Things

Here’s what happened in the world of artificial intelligence in 2020

The year 2020 was long and treacherous, but the biggest bright spot for me was the official launch of Neural. That’s our AI sub-brand here at TNW and the section you’re reading this article in. More specifically, Neural is me (Tristan Greene), Thomas Macaulay, Ivan Mehta, and the contributors and colleagues who help us put out fresh, original, exciting content in the world of machine learning every day. It was a tough year to be a reporter but Thomas and Ivan managed to exceed our expectations a...
Tags: Startups, Science, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Robots, TNW, Thomas, Ivan, Neural, Greene Thomas Macaulay Ivan Mehta

Coursera Plus is now $100 off through January 10 - you'll get almost unlimited access to online courses and professional certificate programs from top schools

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Coursera; Alyssa Powell/Business Insider Coursera Plus is $100 off now through January 10. It's the deepest discount we've seen.The subscription ($296 now, originally $399) is a year-long access pass to over 90% of the site's online courses. Below, you'll find a few of the most popular courses included in the Coursera Plus subscription. The membership can be a great deal for students who plan to ta...
Tags: Google, Stanford, Trends, Yale, Ibm, Goldman Sachs, Johns Hopkins, Amazon Web Services, Mara Leighton, Alyssa Powell Business Insider Coursera Plus, Princeton Yale Columbia UPenn

The accused Nashville suicide bomber was reportedly paranoid about 5G technology. Here's what we know about the false 5G conspiracy that went viral this year.

: FBI and first responders work the scene after an explosion on December 25, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Thaddaeus McAdams/Getty Images On Christmas morning, a suicide bombing shook Nashville. The explosion injured three and damaged 41 buildings, Business Insider previously reported.  The FBI said Anthony Quinn Warner, who was in the van that exploded, was responsible for the bombing. Besides Warner, there were no casualties. While the investigation is ongoing, the local NBC affiliate re...
Tags: Google, Facebook, UK, Nbc, Trends, Fbi, Daily Mail, New York Times, Bill Gates, Nashville, Warner, Conspiracy Theories, Misinformation, Nashville Tennessee, New York University School of Medicine, Chris Collins

Amazon discounts iPad Pro 12.9 by $50 for the end of the year

The iPad Pro 12.9 is a great buy if you're looking to score a tablet on the cheap. Buy it now for just $949.
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Deals, Mobile, Trends, Computing, Tablets, Tablet Deals, iPad Pro 12.9, iPad deals, Amazon 2020, Apple iPad Pro deals

John Cooper Works Mini EV or the Evolution of Small Appliances?

John Cooper Works Mini and electrification, do they go together? Do buyers who pay a premium for the JCW brand want or need an electric version? Does the evolution of the Mini model range and parent corporation BMW’s ongoing expansion of electric mobility offer anything new for enthusiasts and loyal owners of the John Cooper […] The post John Cooper Works Mini EV or the Evolution of Small Appliances? appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: UK, Technology, Green, Electric Vehicles, Autos, Bmw, EVs, Mini, John Cooper, John Cooper Works, Enthusiasm, News Blog, John Cooper Works Mini

Apple loses copyright claims in lawsuit against U.S. security bug startup

A federal judge in Florida on Tuesday dismissed Apple Inc's copyright infringement claims against a Florida startup whose software helps...
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Apple’s lawsuit against Corellium has been partly thrown out

Back in August of last year Apple filed a lawsuit against the virtualization software company Corellium, arguing that the product infringed its copyright and later adding claims that Corellium’s product violates the DMCA. While the DMCA claims will still need to be settled in court, a judge in Florida has tossed out Apple’s copyright claims. So what is Corellium? To over simplify it, Corellium allows security researchers to spin up a virtualized ARM device (including iOS devices) in a brow...
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New Report Claims Apple Supplier Uses Forced Labor in China

While Apple says it has a thorough system of checks to ensure components used in its products are produced in an ethical manner, a new report claims that well known Apple supplier Lens Technology uses forced labor comprised of Uighur Muslim workers in China. Read more...
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The Boeing 737 Max just returned to US skies with American Airlines - here's how to tell if you're flying on the plane

Boeing test pilot Jim Webb gives a thumbs-up from the cockpit of a 737 MAX 7 at Boeing Field, on March 16, 2018 in Seattle, Washington, after completing the plane's first flight. Stephen Brashear/Getty Images The Boeing 737 Max began flying paying customers again in the US on Tuesday with American Airlines and will soon fly for United Airlines, Alaska Airlines, and Southwest Airlines.  Flyers can tell if they're on a Max by looking at markings on the plane, the size of the engines, ins...
Tags: Google, New York, Mexico, US, Trends, Canada, Alaska, US Senate, Miami, Airlines, Jim Webb, Boeing, United, Southwest Airlines, Federal Aviation Administration, Max

Attending CES 2021? TechCrunch wants to meet your startup

It’s that time of year again. Of course, this year is going to be different (to be honest, even looking at that lead image makes me uneasy). For the first time ever, CES is going all-virtual – but as usual, TechCrunch will be around to (virtually) cover it. The new format offers some unique challenges and opportunities, and we’re (virtually) here for it. This year, we’re taking a different approach to help sort the signal from the noise. For past events, we’ve issued a similar form to find un...
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Google Sneakily Removed Support for Astrophotography Mode from Ultra-Wide Cams on the Pixel 5 and 4a 5G

Typically the holidays are a time of giving, however following a camera update earlier this fall, users recently discovered that Google has removed the ability to use Astrophotography mode with the ultra-wide cameras on the Pixel 5 and Pixel 4a 5G. Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Science, Smartphones, Astrophotography, Cameras, Pixel, Consumer Tech, Pixel 5, Pixel 4a 5g, Astrophotography Woes, Ultra Wide Cams

Top Five Apple Products of 2020

Though 2020 forced Apple to shift how it operates with many employees working from home for most of the year, Apple still managed to get a long list of new products out over the course of the last 12 months, refreshing most devices in its lineup and introducing new software. Subscribe to the MacRumors YouTube channel for more videos. In our latest YouTube video, we rounded up our top five products of 2020. Though there was a lot to choose from, there were several standouts like the M1 Ma...
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2021 Mazda Miata Overview: Pricing, Trim Levels, Tech Features & Other Important Info

Details for the 2021 Mazda Miata have been released for the new model year. As with the previous three generations, Gen 4 keeps up the excellent work. The 2021 Mazda Miata is lightweight with a grip like a barnacle and lots and lots of fun. Oh, and they still cost less than a minivan. Look, I’ll make no secret (again) about my love (complete bias) towards Mazda’s Miata. It is everything a sports car should be with the added benefit of being Japanese. Meaning it’ll work every time you turn the...
Tags: Apple, Autos, Club, Mazda, Brembo, Mazda Miata, Miata, Overview, Miata Sport, Speed Auto, Metallic Black, Brembo BBS Recaro Package, Mazda Miata Overview, Mazda Miata Trim, Sport Club, Lane Departure Warning System Club

What’s behind this year’s boom in climate tech SPACs?

There’s no denying that 2020 has been the year of the special purpose acquisition company. Since the beginning of the year, 219 SPACs have raised $73 billion, according to widely reported market research from Goldman Sachs. That’s a 462% jump from 2019 and more than traditional public offerings raised by about $6 billion. By some counts, roughly one quarter of the SPACs that have been announced will target climate-related businesses. Since the beginning of the year, 219 SPACs have raise...
Tags: TC, Tech, GreenTech, Blackrock, SPAC, Canada Pension Plan, Chargepoint, Rob Day, Goldman Sachs That, Special-purpose Acquisition Company

How Ad Tech’s Identity Was Rattled in 2020

2020--what a year--one that many will be glad to see the back of. But it's also one that will haunt the ad-tech sector well into 2021, and potentially well beyond that. The upcoming privacy overhaul in Apple's iOS 14 and (further down the line) Google Chrome preoccupied Adweek readers in 2020, a trend that is...
Tags: Apple, Google, Advertising, Adweek, Ad Tech

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