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iPhone 15 Bad News, Apple’s Advertising Backlash, Disappointing Mac Pro Delay

Taking a look back at another week of news and headlines from Cupertino, this week’s Apple Loop includes bad news on the iPhone 15, Brazil demands USB-C iPhone charging, Mac Pro delay, AirPods as heading aids, Apple’s advertising backlash, a sneaky cut for trade-ins, and testing out the new satellite emergency SOS. The Apple Loop …

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Google Maps for iOS Gaining Augmented Reality Live View Search in Select Cities

Google is bringing a new augmented reality Live View feature to its Maps app, allowing smartphone users to visually search for restaurants, coffee shops, and other businesses located nearby. Using Live View, you can open up Maps and tap the camera icon in the search bar to see what’s around you, from shops and banks …

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CAFC Expressly States Patentee Disclaimers During IPR are Not Binding on the PTAB’s Patentability Analysis

In brief, if patent owners could freely modify their claims by argument in an IPR, they could avoid the public-protecting amendment process that Congress prescribed. That cannot be.” CAFC Judge Timothy Dyk Earlier today, the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit (CAFC) issued a precedential decision in CUPP Computing AS v. Trend Micro …

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Apple continues to collect iPhone user data regardless of privacy settings, lawsuit alleges

Apple prides itself on giving users total control over their privacy on iPhones and iPads. One of the company’s largest advertising campaigns champions how secure user data is within iOS. However, if the claims in a new lawsuit are true, then Apple isn’t living up to its claims of respecting user privacy. The lawsuit, which …

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Intel Raptor Lake mobile CPUs leaked – could these be the future of laptops?

Intel’s upcoming Raptor Lake laptop CPUs have been leaked, and the line-up looks pretty enticing, indeed. This comes from regular hardware leaker Raichu on Twitter (as flagged up by Wccftech (opens in new tab)), who provided full specs for the range of HX chips, starting with the Core i9-13900HX with 8 performance cores, 16 efficiency …

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4 Trends To Disrupt The Digital World In 2023, From TikTok Censorship To Mobile Mania

As part of The Drum’s Data and Privacy Deep Dive, InMobi’s Abhay Singhal examines some of the biggest disruptors facing the digital ecosystem in the coming year. At this point, we can see 2023 on the horizon, and while many industry executives are trying to drive end-of-year revenue, many more are solidifying how they will …

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Zelenskiy says investigators document more than 400 Russian war crimes in Kherson

War crimes uncovered after Russians pulled out-Zelenskiy Kherson residents recount abuse by Russian forces Demining of Kherson and power restoration underway Fighting rages in eastern Donetsk and Luhansk regions KHERSON, Ukraine, Nov 14 (Reuters) – Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has accused Russian soldiers of committing war crimes and killing civilians in Kherson, parts of which …

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