In the leading days to Apple’s most awaited WWDC comes another key announcement for the privacy of its users where Apple has reportedly reduced the time duration of the first Alert to a random time duration between 8 to 24 hours of an unknown AirTag following you.
Apple launched the much-awaited AirTags in the last event, and people had some concerns regarding the stalking capabilities of the AirTags. Apple reportedly cleared the air over the security and privacy features they had built into the AirTags and the FindMy network.
Apple finally launched the much-awaited AirTags this April. Some prominent leakers have tipped Apple launching something like these since the early phases of 2019–2020. But to our utter disappointment AirTags were nowhere to be found. Every time we expected Apple to launch them they weren’t there. I think now they are out there in public, I can guess the exact reason why there were so many delays.
Since its launch, Apple has sent out the review units and as of now, writing this post even the common public has got their hands on these tracking devices.
Now the issue that…
Apple is one of those companies that do not go hay-wire and make products just to get the bragging rights.
Even in the past, when all the competitors have tried to cut past Apple on the specs game, they have never responded to their clutter.
Today most of the Apple competitors have moved onto smartphone cameras with more than 100x zoom, 108 MP cameras, and what not. But Apple being Apple has never cared more than enough with regards to these numbers and shown the world that numbers do not matter.
Even when the competitors decided to flood their phones…
We have been aging since ages. You see that it’s been there with us ever since.
You must have heard of what CRISPR genetics is, their capability to modify genes, producing genetically engineered humans. But we never imagined that if we treat our body well, we could have better health for a longer period.
In 2012, Dr Shinya Yamanaka won Noble Prize in Physiology or Medicine by proving Yamanaka factors were indeed a key to age reversal.
More on that later.
Researcher David Sinclair, professor in the Department of Genetics at Harvard Medical School who also happens to be co-director…
In the last post during early days of Epic Vs Apple Lawsuit, I put up some figures and interpretations of Apple’s stance and arrived at a conclusion that Apple is a big player in the market and the trendsetter of the online App charges.
We wanted Apple to reduce the cut for the minor players in the market and they could end up helping out a lot more app developers than intended.
Now as Apple has finally listened to our appeal and decided to reduce the transaction cut to 15% for developers making up to $ 1 Million annually.
In the past few years, Apple has been questioned on it’s App Store purchase cuts then and now. According to the App Developers Apple takes too much from them.
But on the other hand, Apple claims that they have allowed the developers to reach the huge audiences, that they would never have imagined.
According to Apple the charges are completely justified.
Before the digital revolution, developers had to sell the games via distributors who used to take a cut of 50% or above. …
Going to school and taking notes on a conventional notebook is the thing of past, at least for now. If President Trump does not force schools to open, the students are pretty much going to stay home and attend classes online.
In the days of staying at home and attending classes online, everyone would love to have a device capable enough to handle daily tasks with ease. Be it attending meetings, taking down notes or making amazing assignments, you need an extremely capable device to help you through your day.
This is where iPad comes in.
The iPad with Apple…
On an early morning in the late 1980s, a group of the highest-powered executives at Frito-Lay — the CEO, CMO, and a platoon of VPs — gathered in a California conference room to hear what Richard Montanez had to say.
Montanez had a brilliant idea to launch a new product that would become America’s most celebrated snack in history. But before that, he had to convince a plethora of executives at PepsiCo.
Here he was, a fourth standard dropout explaining his idea to some of the World’s top-notch executives.
Montanez belonged to a Latino family. Before starting at Frito-Lay, he…
Lucid Motors, founded in 2007 under the name Atieva, is an electric car manufacturer and Battery supplier for Electric World Championship Formula-E.
Founded in 2007, Atieva was not working on building cars, but majorly the development of battery packs for high-performance electric vehicles.
While producing the electric powertrain, the team at Atieva put out their drive-train to test — Project Edna, A van.
The van was used as a test bed as the motors and batteries can fit in a van without any major cosmetic updates. Edna successfully cleared the racing line before the Model S.
In 2016, citing the…
Today, almost every other person alive in the United States owns a smartphone. Every year around 80 million new smartphones are sold in the United States alone.
These are huge amounts of phones leaving the shelves every year.
But this comes at a huge cost that no one is thinking about. Because everyone using these phones is not familiar with the manufacturing and material sourcing methods employed in smartphone production.
Thousands of very rare minerals and metals end up being a part of each smartphone.
Some very rare metals used in most of the high-end smartphones are:
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