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How to preorder the iPhone XRHow to preorder the iPhone XR

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The long wait for the more affordable iPhone XR is nearly over. Following its mid-September announcement alongside the flagship iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max, preorders for the $749 XR begin on Friday, October 19th, and the phone will be available the following Friday, October.. »more

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IPAD PRO

Apple announces iPad Pro and Mac event for October 30th

Apple announces iPad Pro and Mac event for October 30th
Apple isn’t done with product events for 2018. Today the company issued media invites for an October 30th event in Brooklyn, New York where it’s widely expected we’ll see new iPad Pro tablets and potentially several updates to the Mac lineup. The event’s tagline is “there’s more in the..
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WHISPER MODE

You can now get Alexa to use its inside voice with Whisper Mode

You can now get Alexa to use its inside voice with Whisper Mode
Amazon’s Alexa is getting Whisper Mode today, so everyone can start using their indoor voices. The feature, which allows the voice assistant to receive whisper commands and whisper back in reply, is now rolling out to users in the US, but it’s currently only available in English. It’ll most..
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RED DEAD

The game developer behind 'Grand Theft Auto' and 'Red Dead Redemption' is embroiled in an ongoing controversy — here's what's been going on

The game developer behind 'Grand Theft Auto' and 'Red Dead Redemption' is embroiled in an ongoing controversy — here's what's been going on
· Rockstar Games came under fire earlier this week after cofounder Dan Houser claimed employees were working 100-hour weeks to finish the company's upcoming game, "Red Dead Redemption 2." 
· While the game has received positive early buzz, Rockstar has been accused of taking part in "crunch..
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SUPER BOWL

Microsoft fired the guy overseeing its NFL partnership for allegedly scalping company Super Bowl tickets and trying to fake $1.4 million in invoices (MSFT)

Microsoft fired the guy overseeing its NFL partnership for allegedly scalping company Super Bowl tickets and trying to fake $1.4 million in invoices (MSFT)
· A federal grand jury has indicted Microsoft's former director of Sports Marketing and Alliances for allegedly trying to create fake invoices for up to $1.4 million, according to the DOJ.
· The indictment alleges that Jeff Tran tried to route fake invoices through two Microsoft vendors and..
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SEARCH
Apple’s content filter for kids is still letting pornographic and violent search results through
Apple’s parental controls in iOS 12 are rather inconsistent: certain sex-related terms are blocked, but other troubling results — such as alt-right websites and support for terrorism — are allowed, sex education site O.school spotted.

The settings are found under Screen Time, which..
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SOFTWARE
$20 billion startup Atlassian explains why it's blowing up its oldest product to evolve with today’s software teams (TEAM)
· On Thursday, Atlassian announced the launch of a new version of Jira, its product for tracking the progress of software development projects.
· Jira was redesigned to progress with modern software development teams, which are becoming smaller and more agile.
· The new Jira has a Trello..
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DARK MODE
Tweetbot for iOS now includes an OLED-optimized dark mode and GIF support
There’s a new version of Tweetbot for iOS today, and this release will be especially appreciated by iPhone X, XS, and XS Max users. It comes with an optimized version of dark mode that’ll take advantage of OLED panels’ high contrast levels. (Apple previously listed 16 apps that offer “pure..
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INTERNET PROVIDER GROUPS SUE VERMONT OVER NET NEUTRALITY LAW
Internet provider groups sue Vermont over net neutrality law
Four industry groups representing major internet providers and cable companies filed suit on Thursday seeking to block Vermont's law barring companies that do not abide by net neutrality rules from receiving state contracts.
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