Jeff Butts isn’t real happy with all of the changes in the app, but finds some aspects of Podcasts in iOS 11 easier to use.
Great strides are being made in artificial intelligence, so how far will governments go to seize that technology to gain an edge for themselves?
Dr. Alan Stern is a planetary scientist with the Southwest Research Institute. He’s also the co-founder and chief scientist of World View, working with high altitude balloon research. He is perhaps most famous as the principle investigator for NASA’s New Horizons mission to Pluto. Way back in grade school, Alan was interested in space exploration and wanted to be a part of the Star Trek future. He received his Ph.D. in planetary science from the University of Colorado, and that launched his life-long interest in Kuiper Belt Objects and the Oort Cloud. He’s a licensed pilot, was selected by NASA as a Payload Specialist, and has flown research missions in high performance jet aircraft. We talked about his career, the New Horizons mission design, Pluto discoveries (and planetary classification) and his latest research.
Not even when it’s a leak that may have—or did—come from someone within Apple.
Siri is going to get smarter in iOS 11, and you can find out more by tuning into the special event tomorrow.
It’s an interesting walk down memory lane that includes specs and pics for each iPhone model.
Jeff Butts, Dave Hamilton, and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to share their thoughts on someone in Apple leaking iOS 11 gold master, plus they talk about what they expect to see at tomorrow’s “Let’s meet at our place” media event.
Apple wants everyone to be ready for iOS 11 when it officially ships, so it added some highlights for the new operating system to its Tips app in iOS 10.
Apple’s “Let’s meet at our place” media event is coming on Tuesday and thanks to a firehose of leaks we know what to expect from the product announcements.
We have a deal on Blocs 2 for Mac, a visual web design tool that lets you create websites without writing a line of code. There’s a lot more information in the deal listing, and you can get it through us for $39.99.
Your questions answered, as always, including several unresponsive Macs and how to fix them, Life after CrashPlan, Problematic iCloud syncing, and moving your media libraries. Cool Stuff Found kicks things off, though, with lots of great stuff that you’ll love. Plus, a healthy competition about internet speeds between your two favorite geeks is in there, too! Press play and enjoy!
Some go offline as conditions worsen, but as of this writing, all of these cameras were working for livestreaming Hurricane Irma
The update also includes some bug fixes, improvements to the game AI, improvements for other civilizations, and adjustments to game balance.
Apple has made big changes over the years, but perhaps none so much as its engagement in original TV entertainment.
No surprise here: Disney is pulling the Marvel and Star Wars movies from Netflix when it launches its own streaming service in 2019.
Zach Lieberman is an artist who is exploring how to create art using iPhone ARKit. His latest creation? Recording audio in space. In the demo video, Zach makes sounds like “woosh, psh, ah, click.” After each sound, a white blob bursts into the air, and as Zach walks backward, each blob is linked to the other blobs like a audio timeline. When he walks forward again through the trail, you hear each sound playing in reverse. Zach, who helps run the School For Poetic Computation in New York City, built the demo using Simultaneous Localization And Mapping (SLAM). It uses the iPhone’s sensors and camera to create a low-res map of the room. The app records sound with the microphone, processes and visualizes it, and then maps each sound blob to a location within the room.
With the US battling both fire and water, it’s a good time to review your own readiness, both in gear and in software. Kelly has some tips for both to help you be prepared.
The company’s offering you the chance to find out whether you’re affected by the breach and get free identity theft protection, but there’s a catch that just might be a deal-breaker for many.
Dave Hamilton and Bryan Chaffin join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple’s vision for Siri and user’s perception of the voice command platform, plus they shed some light on DolphinAttack.
We have a deal on Droplr, a collaboration and sharing service aimed at teams. It works on macOS, iOS, Android, Windows, and Linux. Our deal is on a four year subscription for $39.99.