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23.07.2017

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Apple goes emoji crazy on World Emoji Day | Cult of Mac


The macOS feature that allows you to unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch offers security and convenience. The problem may arise when that feature doesn’t work as expected.

Mac unlock with Apple Watch not working? Try these simple steps


Whether this is a new stand design to come, one that will fit into some kind of future Apple Store or partner display is unknown at this time. . Apple was granted a new design patent by the Hong Kong Patent Office covering an Apple Watch stand. The design is unfamiliar. . Apple wins a Design Patent for an Unfamiliar Apple Watch Stand

Apple wins a Design Patent for an Unfamiliar Apple Watch Stand - Patently Apple


At this point, two of the more prominent players remaining in the wearables space are Fitbit and . killed its Band 2 last year. After years of losing market share, privately held Jawbone is done with consumer wearables and wants to pivot toward clinical services. Pebble was on its deathbed, and . put it out of its misery; Fitbit also reportedly . Intel's exit is but the latest in a long string of companies that have given up on wearables. Nike was among the first, discontinuing its FuelBand in 2014. . It bought Basis (which made a fitness tracking watch) in 2014 for an estimated $100 million to $150 million, followed by Recon Instruments (which made a fitness-oriented smart glasses) for an estimated $175 million. That's an awful lot of money that mi . Intel is in no way stepping back from the wearables business. In fact, we have several products in the works that we are very excited about, as well as prior launches that highlight our wearable technology such as the TAG Heuer Connected watch and recent . eports that Intel has shuttered its division that was working on wearable devices, laying off upwards of 80% of employees in the group. Some of these employees were able to move to other departments internally. . he latest company to throw in the towel is none other than chip giant . Intel Is the Latest to Bail on Wearables

Intel Is the Latest to Bail on Wearables -- The Motley Fool


Smart Buckle - Upgrade Your Watch Instantly! | Indiegogo

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Also please note, next week we will be raising the price of CMRA so now is the time to go ahead and make tha . Before EVT is complete, we will also be testing skin-contact temperature levels, antenna performance, and electrostatic discharge (ESD), and will continue to optimize power consumption to extend battery life and reduce viewfinder latency on the Watch. . So far, all functionality is working well on the EVT units -- we’ve successfully tested HD photo/video capture, live-preview on Apple Watch, LED functionality, button functionality, audio recording and playback, and live video messaging. Equally importa . Our current phase, called “Engineering Validation Testing”, or “EVT” in the hardware world, consists of building prototypes with materials and processes similar to those used in mass production so we can continue to test product performance, relia . Later in the summer, we plan to open it up to the rest of the United States. . We’d love to have all 10,000+ of you at the party, but for the first round we’ll be limiting it to customers that live near our office in the Bay Area . Over the next few weeks we’ll be taking sign-ups for the opportunity to visit our Palo Alto, CA office for a hands-on experience with CMRA. You’ll meet the team and become the first customers ever to snap photos and stream live video from an Apple Wat . we’re excited to announce the kickoff of our Customer Test Program . to start shipping CMRA in October. . we’re still on schedule . In celebration of another fresh batch of pre-production units, we’re excited to announce the kickoff of our Customer Test Program. What does that mean for you? Over the next few weeks we’ll be taking sign-ups for the opportunity to visit our Palo Alto

CMRA Update - July 2017


the filing mentions headphone jacks, which Apple has phased out. That indicates that this patent, which was applied for in 2013, may be from an earlier vision of the iPhone. Plus, rumor has it that upcoming iPhones may have finicky fingerprint sensors but . Unfortunately, this technology isn't available yet, and may never be. . With the patented technology, if an attacker requires the user to unlock or use the phone, the user can appear to be complying with their attacker while secretly calling 911. Users could use unusual combinations, like "pinky-ring-pinky," to look like they . Although many phones allow emergency calls from the locked screen, existing options activate a call screen that could be "readily apparent to someone watching, . For example, the phone might look for a particular sequence of fingers, the level of force, a gesture (pinching or swiping), or a certain cadence of taps to the screen, the filing says. . It's designed to hide the user's actions from attackers. . When the "panic command" is activated, the phone would provide the users' location to responders, and could also livestream audio or video. . A patent approval published on Tuesday depicted technology that would sense the "manner" in which a finger touched the iPhone screen to trigger a 911 call. . Apple has invented a way to secretly call 911 using your fingerprint
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