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Earlier this spring, Sony announced the latest addition to its family of portable Bluetooth speakers. Now with summer just starting to get cozy, we’re taking a look at just how the new Sony XB100 speaker stacks up. I’ve been rocking out to the compact serenader for the past few weeks and on top of simply loving the form-factor, have become quite partial to just the speaker is. more… The post Review: Sony’s new XB100 Bluetooth speaker excites with delightful colors and booming bass appeared first on 9to5Mac.
Illustration: Alex Castro / The Verge Apollo, one of the most beloved iOS apps used to browse Reddit, will be shutting down due to the company’s new API pricing that will make the app much more expensive to operate. The app will shut down on June 30th, according to developer Christian Selig. “Reddit’s recent decisions and actions have unfortunately made it impossible for Apollo to continue,” Selig wrote on Twitter. Apollo will close down on June 30th. Reddit’s recent decisions and actions have unfortunately made it impossible for Apollo to continue. Thank you so, so much for all the support over the years. ❤️ https://t.co/HOJaLMW8fx— Christian Selig (@ChristianSelig) June 8, 2023 Selig went into further detail in an extensive post…
Apple’s Reality Vision Pro was in some ways one of the company’s worst-kept secrets. We’ve known for years that Apple was working on AR/VR devices, and our renders were close enough to give us a decent preview of the design. But Apple still knocked it out of the park yesterday! What we witnessed was the most impressive implementation of mixed reality that’s ever been seen, and also the most persuasive (partial) answer so far to the question, Why would anyone use this tech? … more… The post Apple Vision Pro looks insanely impressive – but my Vision Air 2 still feels right appeared first on 9to5Mac.
A report on Friday suggested that initial Apple Reality Pro availability is likely to be very limited, as the Cupertino company is “anticipating some production issues” with its upcoming AR/VR headset. A new Ming-Chi Kuo report provides a likely partial explanation for this: Apple is reportedly dependent on just one supplier for most of the key components … more… The post Apple Reality Pro availability dependant on exclusive suppliers for most parts appeared first on 9to5Mac.
An appeals court has ruled that fair use doctrine protects a security researcher's iPhone virtualization software — but two parts of the earlier verdict have been sent back to the originating court.Apple's case against Corellium isn't quite overThe US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled on Monday that Corellium's CORSEC simulator is covered by the fair use doctrine of copyright law, which permits the replication of copyrighted material in certain situations. The appeals court's assessment covered three aspects of the lower court's rulings. Read more...
An appeals court has ruled that fair use doctrine protects a security researcher's iPhone virtualization software — but two parts of the earlier verdict have been sent back to the originating court.Apple's case against Corellium isn't quite overThe US Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit ruled on Monday that Corellium's CORSEC simulator is covered by the fair use doctrine of copyright law, which permits the replication of copyrighted material in certain situations. The appeals court's assessment covered three aspects of the lower court's rulings. Read more...
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