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Apple's tvOS 11 Coming To Public Beta Program

The speaker will be a competitor for similar devices that Amazon and Google are already producing. Instead of a real keyboard, you can use the keyboard attachment for the iPad Pro that isn't as good ( or as cheap ) as a real keyboard. Conversations can also be organized by the amount of storage space they use, and then be manually deleted. Apple said it had updated the processors in its iMac and MacBook Pro lineup to Intel's most recent "Kaby Lake" processors. Read More »

Nicola Sturgeon urged to rule out second independence referendum

Former SNP leader Salmond said that wasn't the case and attributed the loss of SNP seats to a late surge in support for Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn . While Sturgeon said she was pleased the SNP had won the election in Scotland with a majority of the possible 59 seats, she admitted she was "disappointed" with the party's losses and said independence was "a factor" in the defeats. Read More »

Apple's 'Siri speaker' could be unveiled as early as next week


A report coming from Bloomberg reveals that the long rumored speaker is indeed in development and Apple plans to launch it as early as its annual developer conference (WWDC) later this month. This feature will improve the music playing on the speaker so that the listening experience of the users will be smooth and with louder speakers. Given the success of Samsung Pay and the recent launch of LG Pay, Apple might also bring improvements in Apple Pay. Read More »

Microsoft OneDrive will support the NEW Files app in Apple's iOS 11


But until we get our hands on the public beta, expected later this month, we don't know the true extent of new features . How can I download iOS 11? "IIt's all about keeping your eyes on the road", he said. Apple also announced its HomePod speaker at WWDC . To make the video loops, you can choose an image yourself or ask the photos app to make a suggestion for you, should you need a little creative help. Read More »

Chhota Shakeel's aide arrested, was planning to murder writer


Kushwah did not say anything on what Chowdhry was planning, but PTI quoted a senior official as saying that Fatah was on the radar of the ganster's aide. Later, they were produced in a court which sent them to judicial custody. Reacting on the arrest of Junaid, the Pakistan-born Canadian writer Tarek Fatah told that he does not need any security in the wake of the arrest of a Chhota Shakeel aide, who was paid to kill him. Read More »

Apple is finally turning the iPad into a computer

This year's unfortunate exceptions include the iPhone 5, iPhone 5c and the iPad 4th generation. It was made pretty clear at WWDC , though, that passengers will be able to manually bypass the setting. Developers on iOS 11 get a new ARKit which they can use on the iPhone and iPad itself to create apps with augmented reality. If you use your laptop or desktop for just web browsing and other light work, then your current Mac computer may be your last. Read More »

Apple unveils new 'HomePod' speaker


Created to deliver a superior audio experience, the HomePod - despite its clunky name - could very well prove to be a sleeper hit for Apple once it hits store shelves later this year. Despite the company's insistence that HomePod will sound unbelievable, it all feels like too little too late to take on the growing smart speaker market. Read More »

Apple Debuts HomePod with Siri


The device was previewed on stage Monday at WWDC, Apple's annual developer conference in San Jose. "Yes, some songs may sound pleasing, but for true audiophiles who actually want to hear what the artist and producer intended, Apple's positioning of the HomePod as super high-quality speaker is going to be a very tough sell", O'Donnell said in a blog post. Read More »

DUP and Sinn Féin enjoy big wins in Northern Ireland

Sinn Fein president Gerry Adams made clear there was "no danger whatsoever" of his party ditching its abstentionist policy, even if its seats become crucial in the final reckoning. Sinn Fein also took an SDLP scalp in South Down, dethroning former party leader Margaret Ritchie. Mrs May rejected calls for her to step down after squandering a hefty majority in her bid to win a personal mandate for the imminent Brexit negotiations. Read More »

This is how smart home devices like the Apple HomePod work


That might be why the company made music as the HomePod's key selling point instead, as it can't come out on top of the smart assistant race. However, with Harman Kardon technology coming on at least two smart speakers this year and in 2018, the Invoke from Microsoft and the Lenovo Smart Assistant from the Chinese electronics giant, that doesn't make sense either. Read More »

Honda to roll out all-new Accord with no V6 option


Chief engineer Junji Yamano confirmed that it uses the same block as the 2.0-liter in the Civic Type R . The upmarket Accord's turbo engine will be paired to a ten-speed automatic transmission - a first in the industry for a front-wheel-drive auto - or a six-speed manual. Read More »

Can Apple's HomePod Compete With Amazon's Alexa?


In the privacy arena, Apple executives touted the fact that until the user says "Hey Siri " the speaker does not send any information to Apple . With its seven tweeters and one woofer, the Apple HomePod should theoretically sound better and so justify its price tag. But if you don't need your speaker to go that deep, the HomePod may be worth the plunge when it arrives in December . Read More »

Trump to Reveal New Cuba Policy in Speech Next Friday


In the letter sent to Trump on Friday, seven of his fellow Republicans warned that rescinding Obama's policies would "incentivize Cuba to once again become dependent on countries like Russian Federation and China". Divisions remain within the Trump administration, especially given that rapprochement with Cuba has created opportunities for American companies. Marco Rubio , Republican Florida Rep. Read More »

Apple Announces Smart Home Audio Speaker HomePod


Apple Inc. on Monday unveiled a new home speaker system created to compete against rival products from Amazon .com and Google . It was only a matter of time before the biggest voice in artificial intelligence joined the fight for smart speaker supremacy. Read More »

Apple introduces HomePod smart-speaker and variety of upgrades

Created to work with an Apple Music subscription for access to over 40 million songs, Apple claims that HomePod provides knowledge of personal music preferences and tastes and helps users discover new music. That's especially important because people are starting to access information, entertainment and search in a more "pervasive" way that's less dependent on smartphones, he said. Read More »

USA intelligence chiefs refuse to discuss Trump conversations on Federal Bureau of Investigation probe


Rogers and Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats refused to answer multiple questions Wednesday from senators on the intelligence committee about conversations with Trump regarding the ongoing Russian investigation. MARK WARNER: All I'd say. "I'm just not going to go down that road in a public forum", Coats said, adding that he'd be willing to answer questions from special counsel Robert Mueller if asked . Read More »

Apple puts Siri helper at center of home-tech empire


On a practical note, all of them work nearly the same way. Analyst Geoff Blaber from CCS Insight said these updates could be vital to Apple and the HomePod's success. The former employees also said Siri's progress has been slowed because of Apple's failure to set ambitious goals, shifting strategies and because vital team members left the company, with some joining Apple's competitors. Read More »

Trump goes on offensive against ex-FBI chief, calling him a 'leaker'

Senate Intelligence Committee staff prepare the the room for a hearing with former FBI Director James Comey on Capitol Hill on Thursday. Senator Dick Durbin said it was not only a bad day for President Trump, but for Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who Comey appeared not to trust with information. Read More »

Several Assassin's Creed: Origins Details Confirmed By New Leak

Ubisoft also made note to the magazine that porting the game to the new console was fairly easy, and the developers managed to get the game running on Project Scorpio within weeks of getting their dev kids. According to the Reddit user who claims to have the issue , the game will reportedly feature a new combat system, take place during the rise and rule of Cleopatra, include new gear and leveling systems, and that there will be another playable character beyond the protagonist, Bayek. Read More »

Arc System Works Working on New Dragon Ball Fighting Game


Needless to say, Arc System Works have made it their mission to promote this style of aggressive gameplay that feeds off of stylish combos, insane movement and the anime aesthetic. They also are developers of the Guilty Gear franchise that has been around for a while now. Dragon Ball Xenoverse 2 (as well as its predecessor) is a 3rd person fighting game with 3D graphics and a huge emphasis on online play. Read More »

Apple HomePod - Reinventing home music


HomePod wants to be the best of both worlds, without being that much more expensive than some of its key competitors: The Apple-made speaker will cost consumers $349, and ship in December in the U.S., U.K., and Australia. It uses Wi-Fi standard 802.11 to connect to your smart home devices. "Whenever these companies try to freeze each other out, the consumer always loses", said Paul Verna, an analyst at research firm eMarketer. Read More »

WWDC17: Apple Unveils HomePod Powered By Siri

Apple says the sound quality will be second to none and that it features six microphones, which only listen to users when they say "Hey Siri ". Furthermore, users will be able to use HomePod in the same way they use Siri with their smartphones, whilst also emulating functions seen in Amazon and Google's rival products, such as controlling other smart home-based products like smart light bulbs. Read More »

Apple iMac Pro computer for professionals


The company also teased the new iMac Pro, which is believed to be the most powerful Mac launched ever. The price is US$4,999 for starters. John Ternus, Apple's vice president of Hardware Engineering: "We're thrilled to give developers and customers a sneak peek at iMac Pro". Read More »

Apple Announces New Siri-Based Speaker System HomePod


Adding a smart speaker into people's homes creates a further touch point for consumers and a valuable gateway to Apple services. It contains a 20 mm Apple-designed woofer and seven tweeters that surround the base of the unit. HomePod can automatically detect the space it is in and adjust its sound to fill that space. The tech giant says the speaker produces a high-quality sound that puts it on par with "un-smart" home music systems like Sonos . Read More »

New Siri speaker eyed as Apple takes on Amazon's Echo

The app, which has not yet officially been announced by Amazon , doesn't allow Fire TV owners to use the platform's voice navigation capabilities to search and shop for products within the new app, TechCrunch reported . Apple has given Siri new male and female voices, described as more natural and expressive, and added abilities such as translating English phrases into Chinese, French, German, Italian or Spanish. Read More »

Apple puts Siri helper at centre of growing home-tech empire


As part of the announcement at the Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple touted upgrades for the Siri personal assistant in the fall update to the IOS mobile operating system. Amazon introduced the Echo speaker, featuring its Alexa assistant, in 2015. Whereas Amazon sells the main version of the Echo for $180; Google's Home speaker goes for $130. Read More »

Michelle Obama Talks Empowerment at Apple Conference


The speaking engagement is scheduled to begin at 9 a.m., but the former first lady's discussion will not be live streamed or recorded by Apple, according to the company. Her Let's Move! campaign worked to address childhood obesity, Reach Higher encouraged young people in the enroll in higher education and Let Girls Learn helped young girls around the world go to school. Read More »