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Apple and A24 Partner to Buy Documentary ‘Boys State’ Out of Sundance

Apple and A24 have partnered to buy the Sundance documentary “Boys State,” Variety has confirmed. The sale, for $10 million, represents one of the biggest pacts ever for a non-fiction film. “Boys State,” a political coming-of-age story, follows annual rite of passage in which a thousand teenage boys from across Texas come together to build […]
Tags: Apple, Texas, News, Markets & Festivals, Sundance film festival, Boy's State, Boys State Variety


How to logout of WhatsApp by deleting the app or clearing your app data

You can't directly log out of WhatsApp on your iPhone or Android device, but you can delete the app or clear your data to essentially accomplish the same thing. With either device, you should back up your WhatsApp before you delete or clear the app so you don't lose all of your chat history. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. WhatsApp makes it easy to stay connected to friends, family, coworkers, and any of the other hundreds of millions of people who use the app. You can sw...
Tags: Apple, Google, Trends, Backup, Best Buy Samsung


Apple proved it could grow outside the smartphone in 2019, now the spotlight is back on the iPhone and Wall Street is looking for a show of force (AAPL)

For Apple, 2019 was all about new product expansions into areas like television and personal finance and boosting its wearables and services business. Although Apple proved that it could still boost its overall revenue through products like AirPods and digital services despite declining iPhone sales, Wall Street will remain fixated on the iPhone in 2020, analysts say. When Apple reports earnings on Tuesday, analysts will be looking for clues about Apple's plans for implementing 5G into its iPh...
Tags: Apple, Cook, Wall Street, China, Trends, Jp Morgan, Cupertino, Davidson, Ives, DA Davidson, Wedbush Securities, Watch Google, Daniel Ives, Tom Forte, Apple TV Plus


How to join a WhatsApp group from a link or QR code invite on your iPhone or Android

You can easily join a WhatsApp group via a link or QR code invite, and start communicating with others in the group. If the group creator opts to use a QR code, and you have an Android, you'll need to download a third-party app to scan the code and join. Here's what you'll need to do to join a WhatsApp group, whether you have an Android or an iPhone. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Group chats can be a great way to stay in touch with people. If you're wondering how to get ...
Tags: Apple, Google Play Store, Trends, Best Buy Samsung


AT&T's WarnerMedia is demanding tougher payment terms from its ad agencies as part of an effort to save $2.5 billion after acquisition

AT&T's WarnerMedia is trying to enforce longer payment terms and cut the fees paid to its ad agencies as it prepares to step up marketing for its entertainment brands, five knowledgeable sources told Business Insider. Some agencies agreed to the reduced fees and longer payment terms in exchange for the potential of getting more work from WarnerMedia, sources say. According to these people, these steps are part of an effort by AT&T to cut costs at WarnerMedia after taking on billions in debt to...
Tags: Apple, Hbo, Time Warner, Trends, Diageo, Cnn, Warner, North America, Coca Cola, Turner, WPP, Business Insider, Fiat Chrysler, Martin Sorrell, AT T, Omnicom


Netflix and Apple Have Considered Buying MGM as the Streaming Wars Continue

The streaming wars are really heating up now that Apple TV+ is a key player alongside the likes of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon Prime. It’ll soon get even more crowded with the upcoming arrival of Peacock from NBCUniversal and HBO Max from Warner Media. But not every content provider out there has the money to create their own streaming service, which means some studios are in the market to work out deals for their content libraries, or perhaps even selling the entire studio. That’s what MGM might ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Movies, Apple TV, Netflix, MGM, Cnbc, Dre, Epix, Netflix Hulu, Warner Media, Appletv, Solus Alternative Asset Management, Disney WarnerMedia, Anchorage Capital Highland Capital


We compared iPhone 11 to iPhone XS to see which is better for iPhone owners — and the new iPhone 11 is best if you love taking photos

Apple's latest iPhone lineup has been out for a while now, including the iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max. The iPhone 11 is an excellent "entry-level" flagship phone from Apple, with specs and a camera that are solid upgrades from the iPhone XR. If you're upgrading from a device that's more than a year old, we recommend choosing the iPhone 11. But, is Apple's new ground-level flagship good enough to be worth an upgrade from the newer iPhone XS? The answer is no — with one major ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Max, Google Pixel, Animoji


Daily Crunch: Tech notables react to Kobe Bryant’s death

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. LA tech industry mourns Kobe Bryant The Los Angeles startup community is joining the rest of the world in mourning the death of NBA superstar, entrepreneur and investor Kobe Bryant who was killed in a helicopter crash in Calabasas, Calif. on Sunday. Bryant launched his venture career with partner and s...
Tags: Apple, TC, Asia, Europe, La, US, Los Angeles, Tech, United States, Nba, Kobe Bryant, Christensen, Bryant, NTT Docomo, Clayton Christensen, Calabasas Calif


‘I Wish We Could Connect on This Level.’ Memes Still Aren’t Accessible to People Who Are Blind. What’s Being Done About It?

If you’ve spent a lot of time on the internet in the last decade, you might immediately recognize this description: a toddler clenches his fist in front of a determined-looking face. “Success kid” is one of the most popular online memes in history. But for the 2.2 billion people worldwide who report visual impairments or blindness, according to the World Health Organization, it is just one of thousands of images on the internet that are essentially illegible to anyone without full vision. A...
Tags: Apple, Health, Facebook, News, Instagram, Uncategorized, Social Media, Accessibility, Ford, Jennifer Aniston, Memes, Reddit, World Health Organization, Columbia University, Brad Pitt, Donald Trump


Apple investors should protect against earnings losses as expectations soar, JPMorgan says

Apple shares sit just below record highs after an 86% gain in 2019, and JPMorgan analysts say investors should "reduce risk" heading into the company's Tuesday earnings report. The consensus forecast is for the tech giant to beat profit estimates in its fiscal first-quarter report, but the "high bar of expectations" and the stock's lofty price could lead to profit-taking, analysts said in a Monday note. A JPMorgan equity strategist recommends buying options spreads to reduce earnings-related r...
Tags: Apple, Facebook, Trends, Nike, Bloomberg, Netflix, Jpmorgan, Watch Apple, Samik Chatterjee, Michael Avenatti


How to change your WhatsApp number on an Android, if you want to use your old WhatsApp account on a new phone

You can change your WhatsApp number on an Android device if you got a new phone but want to keep your existing WhatsApp account. You have to be connected to the internet and have access to your WhatsApp account on your old phone in order to change your number in the app. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. If you plan on getting a new phone and you use WhatsApp, you may not have to give up your existing account just because you're getting a new number. There is a way to change...
Tags: Apple, Samsung, Trends


Comedian John Mulaney says shopping at Whole Foods has been 'bananas' since it was purchased by Amazon for $13 billion (AMZN)

Comedian John Mulaney recently detailed how he spends his Sundays. Describing his grocery shopping, Mulaney said "it's been bananas since Amazon bought Whole Foods." Amazon bought Whole Foods for $13.7 billion in 2017. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Whole Foods has changed since it was bought by Amazon, according to popular comedian John Mulaney. Mulaney, the stand-up comedian and former Saturday Night Live writer who has made four comedy specials with Netflix, including ...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, New York, Whole Foods, California, San Francisco, Trends, Amazon Prime, Netflix, The New York Times, Baltic Sea, Amtrak, John Mulaney, Mulaney, Whole Foods Amazon, Sack Lunch Bunch


Why I won't buy an Ipad: ten years later

Ten years ago, Apple released the Ipad. I was in a hotel room in Seattle, jetlagged and awake at 4AM while my wife and daughter slept. I had been thinking about Apple's impending Ipad release and what a reversal it meant for everything I loved about tech: taking away your right to decide whose code you'd run -- even your right to change the battery! I wrote about my feelings and many people read it. It even rated a mention in Walter Isaacson's biography of Steve Jobs. A decade later, th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Post, Business, Copyfight, News, Toronto, Ipads, Aol, Drm, William Gibson, Rupert Murdoch, Seattle, War On General Purpose Computing, Queen Street, Wal Mart


Google may be quietly preparing to add one of the iPhone's most coveted features to Android (GOOG, GOOGL, AAPL)

Google is reportedly working on a new file sharing feature for Android called Nearby Sharing, which would function much like Apple's AirDrop, as XDA Developers recently reported.  Google has offered some similar functionality in the past through its older Android Beam feature, which it has since phased out, and its Files by Google app. But this new addition, reportedly called Nearby Sharing, would be built in to the operating system and would presumably work across all Android devices. Samsung...
Tags: Apple, Google, Samsung, Trends, Xiaomi, Google Pixel, Oppo Vivo, Mishaal Rahman, Android Beam, AirDrop Google


Cert Denied

19-522 TRADING TECHNOLOGIES INT’L V. IBG LLC, ET AL. 19-353 TRADING TECHNOLOGIES INT’L V. IBG LLC, ET AL. 19-521 CHARGEPOINT, INC. V. SEMACONNECT, INC. The Supreme Court has denied certiorari in these three eligibility cases largely clearing the docket of pending petitions in patent cases.  There are a few remaining: Awaiting decision: Thryv v. Click-to-Call (appealability of time-bar denial; 314(d) and 315(b)); Pending Cert Thryv follow on: Arris v. Chanbond; Superior v. Voltstar Eligibi...
Tags: Apple, Supreme Court, Law, Cisco, Sprint, Sri, Patent, Fandango, Superior, Reese, ARRIS, Maxel, Chrimar, SemaConnect Inc, Thryv, Chanbond


10 Years of iPad

Source: Statista January 27 marks 10 years since Apple announced the debut of the iPad. At first, people thought it was nothing more than a clunky, glorified iPhone. But Steve Jobs knew the type of success the iPad could have. The key was in the apps, and how they could be used on an iPad versus an iPhone. But the iPad isn’t as popular as it once was. The company has seen a decline in the sales of the iPad in 2015. It was at its peak in 2013, where the iPad accounted for 26 percent of Appl...
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Steve Jobs, Infographic, Radio, Statista, General Interest


'Do you need the internet to play Xbox One?': How to use the internet to play games online on your Xbox One

You can need the internet to play games online on your Xbox One, but most Xbox One games don't necessarily require an internet connection. Certain games are designed to be played online, such as "Fortnite," and usually have features like multiplayer matches. You also need the internet to be able to stream movies or music on your Xbox One. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more. Microsoft's eighth-generation gaming console is so much more than a device to play video games. While the Xbox O...
Tags: Apple, Microsoft, Trends, Netflix, Network Settings, In Network Settings


James Bond could be the next major asset for streaming TV

MGM, which owns the James Bond film library, is in talks with Netflix, Apple, and more for a potential sale, CNBC reported on Sunday. Apple and Amazon were once in the running to scoop up the Bond distribution rights from the major movie studios after the release of "Spectre" in 2015. The producers who oversee the creative direction of the Bond franchise, Barbara Broccoli and  Michael Wilson, told Variety in an interview this month that they weren't ruling out streaming in the future. The fran...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Hbo, Hollywood, Disney, US, Trends, Netflix, Annapurna, Sony, James Bond, Daniel Craig, Ken Burns, Barbara Broccoli, Skyfall, Bond


Patent Hints Apple May Be Cooking Up a Curvy Glass iMac

The iMac is due for a redesign, and a recent Apple patent hints at an all-in-one desktop made from a single sheet of curved glass. Interestingly, the patent also accounts for potentially built-in keyboards and touchpads, and also the possibility of using the device as a display dock for a MacBook.Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science, Computers, Patents, Apple Patents, iMac


Apple patent details the futuristic modular curved iMac we’ve always wanted

A recent patent suggests that Apple could produce a modular iMac with an adjustable curved glass display. 
Tags: Apple, News, Trends, Computing, Patents, iMac


Adding India to your business

Kumar Shah Contributor Share on Twitter Kumar Shah is the founder of Transit Capital, a cross-border VC firm that partners with growth-stage entrepreneurs building global champions. At the start of recruiting season in business school, a top-tier consulting firm sent an invite to the entire class: “over your career, you will either be sitting with us or across from us. We would like to get to know you.” If you’re building a...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Android, Column, Asia, Twitter, Spotify, Europe, Tinder, Indonesia, China, Southeast Asia, India, Linkedin, Tech, Snapchat


We asked 14 big backers like Bain Capital Ventures, Kleiner Perkins, and Point72 what counts as a fintech. They had a wide range of opinions on a $24 billion question.

Business Insider surveyed 14 investors to understand how they define the word "fintech." Responses varied greatly. Some think it's pretty straightforward, while others think it's complicated and wide-ranging. Some VCs said the term "fintech" isn't really a thing anymore, and others think "fintech" could mean applying finance to everything, as opposed to applying tech to finance. But even though the investors didn't settle on one clear answer, a lot of their money is converging. In 2019, VCs po...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Fintech, Fis, Shopify, Bain Capital Ventures, Cb Insights, Matt Harris, Fiserv, PETER JOHNSON, Mark Goldberg, Edison Partners, Jennifer Lee, Point72 Ventures, Sean Park, Arjun Chopra


What's a fintech? 43 insiders at powerful Wall Street firms, hot startups, and big investors weigh in on the buzzy but hard-to-define term.

Business Insider polled 43 executives across the financial services world to find an answer to a seemingly simply question: what is the definition of fintech? Fintech first entered the mainstream vernacular roughly a decade ago, but with every passing year the term gets harder and harder to define. We split the responses into three groups: traditional players, fintech investors, and fintechs themselves. The goal was to understand how different types of firms and people define a term that's app...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Trends, Silicon Valley, WeWork, Andreessen Horowitz, Fintech, Alley, Jpmorgan, Goldman Sachs BlackRock, Brex Kabbage


Intel's massive Q4 revenue is a testament to its shift toward high-growth enterprise solutions

This story was delivered to Business Insider Intelligence Connectivity & Tech subscribers earlier this morning. To get this story plus others to your inbox each day, hours before they're published on Business Insider, click here. Intel hauled in $20.2 billion in Q4 revenue, up 8% year-over-year (YoY) — a testament to the company's business strategy shift toward high-growth, differentiated product segments. The company underwent a transformation several years ago when it decided, according to ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Intel, McAfee, TPG, Business Insider Intelligence, Bob Swan, Habana Labs, Business Insider Intelligence Connectivity Tech, Gartner CIO


Equity Monday: A global selloff, MURAL snags $23M, and two unicorns that can’t raise

Good morning friends, and welcome back to TechCrunch’s Equity Monday, a short-form audio hit to kickstart your week. Regular Equity episodes still drop Friday morning, so if you’ve listened to the show over the years don’t worry — we’re not changing it in the slightest. (Here’s last week’s episode which took a look at The Athletic’s latest round, in case you missed it.) This Monday was a bit of a bad news run. The weekend was stuffed with news, not much of it good. Continued concerns relating...
Tags: Apple, Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Asia, Europe, Podcasts, Funding, United States, Venture Capital, Wall Street Journal, Journal, Recent Funding, Eliot Brown, Sawee


The best and most stylish cases for your AirPods Pro

It's been a couple of months since Apple released the AirPods Pro — the brand's beloved true wireless, active noise canceling earbuds. We deemed them the "best true wireless earbuds on the market" in our full review, and people just can't get enough of them.
Tags: Apple, Cnn


How to use a mouse with your iPad

With iPadOS 13, you can use a connected Bluetooth mouse as a pointing device. We'll show you how to do it.
Tags: Apple, Ipad, Mobile, Trends, How-to, iPadOS


Apple is under pressure to kill the iPhone's Lightning charger — but here's why that probably won't happen anytime soon (AAPL)

The EU is pushing for the adoption of a common charging cable that would work across all types of smartphones, a measure that would likely require Apple to switch from its proprietary Lightning charging method to USB-C. Apple has pushed back against such regulation, saying that it would stifle innovation and pose an inconvenience to consumers. There are several reasons why Apple isn't likely to ditch the more than 7-years-old Lightning cable unless it has to. For example, doing so would cause ...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Eu, Bloomberg, European Union, European Commission, Lightning, Nfc, European Parliament, Ming Chi Kuo, Schiller, Phil Schiller Apple, Scaron, Apple Samsung Google, AirPods Apple, TF International Securities


Apple is under pressure to kill the iPhone's Lightning charger — but here's why that probably won't happen anytime soon

The EU wants a common charging standard for smartphones, which would mean killing the iPhone's Lightning port. Here's why that probably won't happen.
Tags: Apple, News, Eu