iOS app on Macs: here’s how it will go down

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iOS and macOS are not going to merge. Apple CEO Tim Cook already set his foot down on that matter. That’s just the TL;DR version, though. The fine print, however, does mention something about a more “unified” experience. At WWDC 2018 earlier this week, SVP Craig Federighi made a not so surprising and still surprising revelation: iOS apps will, in … Continue reading

ZTE signed $1.4 billion deal to get US ban lifted, report says

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When Huawei was under pressure from the US government for its alleged role in state-sanctioned espionage, the Chinese OEM refused to bend a knee. ZTE, unfortunately, couldn’t afford to be as unfazed. The seven-year sanction imposed by the US government has caused the Chinese smartphone and network equipment maker’s operations to come to a grinding halt, which, in turn, prompted … Continue reading

2019 BMW X5 adds more tech and power to luxury SUV

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Your eyes do not deceive you. The 2019 BMW X5 may not look, at first glance, much different from its predecessor, but the fourth-generation luxury SUV is, in fact, all-new. Longer, wider, and taller than the old X5, not to mention more gadget-packed and more powerful, it’s BMW’s answer to upstart SUV rivals.

5 things Elon Musk revealed in Tesla’s Q&A today

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Tesla just held its annual shareholder meeting, and it was an opportunity for Elon Musk to talk Model 3, new Superchargers, and Autopilot. As well as a fresh vote of confidence in the outspoken company founder and chief executive, the event saw some new details on some of Tesla’s most hotly-anticipated hardware – both on wheels and otherwise.

New Horizons out of hibernation ahead of Ultima Thule flyby

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NASA’s New Horizons probe came out of hibernation mode today, its first time back to a fully awake state in six months. Until now, the probe has been in an energy-conserving state while traveling close to its next target, a distant and small object known as Ultima Thule. New Horizons is set to fly past that rock on January 1, … Continue reading