Apple will let you add 256GB of RAM to an iMac Pro for $5,200


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Apple is adding some new configuration options to its iMac Pro today, including a truly absurd 256GB of RAM. It can be added to your computer (which, as a reminder, costs $4,999 to start) for the low, low price of $5,200, as spotted by 9to5Mac.

You could buy a second iMac Pro for the cost of that single RAM upgrade. To put that in perspective compared to Apple’s other RAM upgrades, the iMac Pro comes with 32GB of RAM by default. Upgrading to 64GB costs an extra $400, and upgrading to 128GB costs an extra $2,000. Both of those prices are dwarfed by the new 256GB option.

Also new for the iMac Pro is an upgraded Radeon Pro Vega 64X GPU with 16GB of memory for a comparatively…

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Apple updates iMacs with new Intel processors and AMD GPUs


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Apple has finally refreshed its regular iMac desktops, offering new processors and graphics chips for the 21.5-inch and 27-inch models.

The 21.5-inch iMac now features either an 8th Gen quad-core i3 or six-core i5 processor and either a Radeon Pro 555X GPU or a Radeon Pro 560X by default. But customers who want more power can configure a custom model with up to a six-core i7 processor, 32GB of RAM, and AMD’s Radeon Pro Vega 20 GPU (with 4GB of memory). It’s similar spec options to what Apple already has on the refreshed Mac Mini — just with a 4K display built-in.

The 27-inch iMac can gets Intel’s six core i5 processor to start across the board — 8th Gen on the two lower configurations, and 9th Gen on the highest, $2,299 prebuilt option,…

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Netflix’s next interactive show is called You vs. Wild, launches April 10th


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Netflix has announced its next big interactive story — a choose-your-adventure TV series called You vs. Wild (emphasis on the “adventure” part, here), starring Bear Grylls, the survival TV personality best known for his Discovery Channel series Man vs. Wild, via Variety.

The eight-episode show was announced at Netflix’s press event in Los Angeles and will let viewers follow along with Grylls on adventures around the world as he tries to survive the great outdoors. The twist is that viewers will be able to choose Grylls’ decisions in each episode and see how they play out (presumably in a safe manner that doesn’t involve Grylls failing to survive in the wilderness should users choose poorly). Asked jokingly whether viewers could make…

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Foldable phones are about to make the US very jealous


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The US is falling behind on phone design, and foldables are the proof. This year’s Mobile World Congress was full of foldables, from Huawei’s sleek Mate X to Xiaomi’s triple-folding model to TCL’s angular DragonHinge design to Oppo’s prototype to the clunky Royale FlexPai to LG’s sort-of-cheating V50 second screen.

But all of those devices have one thing in common: like the last few waves of innovative phone designs released overseas, they won’t be available in America in any meaningful way. Looking at the foldable landscape, there’s basically only one device out there that will actually be sold in the US, from carriers, without requiring to deal with import fees or cellular compatibility: Samsung’s Galaxy Fold.

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Snapchat may launch a gaming platform as early as next month


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Snap may be launching a new gaming platform for Snapchat as early as next month at the company’s Snap Partner Summit in Los Angeles on April 4th, according to a report from Cheddar.

Snapchat has dabbled in games before — the company launched “Snappables,” a set of AR lens games last year — but the new platform (said to be codenamed “Project Cognac”) would be a larger foray into the gaming world, and it would allow outside developers to create games that would live inside the Snapchat app.

Snap also reportedly bought out Australian game studio Prettygreat back in January, according to a report from CNET, which could further hint at a new gaming push. Additionally, The Information reported in summer 2018 that Snap was working on a…

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New Huawei P30 Pro spec leak reveals the secrets of the 10x zoom camera


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We’re still a few days away from Huawei’s official announcement of its new P30 Pro and P30 flagships, but the steady trickle of leaks regarding the phones has quickly turned into a flood. WinFuture has revealed the full specs for both devices, along with official PR images.

The most interesting new addition still appears to be the P30 Pro’s camera, which Huawei is bumping up with a hyped camera system that reportedly promises 10x zoom. According to WinFuture, that vaunted 10x figure is achieved through hybrid zoom. Using a periscope system, the P30 Pro has a focal length equivalent of 135mm for an optical zoom of 7.8x, which is combined with software enhancements and data from the main camera sensor to achieve the 10x…

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Samsung’s refreshed Notebook 9 Pro launches on March 17th, starting at $1,100


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At CES 2019, Samsung announced the latest versions of the Notebook 9 lineup of laptops: the Notebook 9 Pro and the Notebook 9 Pen. Today, the company revealed that the two computers will be available starting on March 17th.

The Notebook 9 Pro is the more radical update of the two: Samsung has scrapped the sloping curves, bubbly corners, and painted plastic feel of the previous generation for a sharper design with beveled edges and tighter corner radii for a more modern design that looks and feels like a premium flagship again. Prices will start at $1,099 for the base model with a 13-inch 1080p display, 8th Gen Intel Core i7 processor, 8GB of RAM, and 256GB of storage. Samsung will also offer a $1,299 version that doubles both the RAM and…

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‘Privacy matters’ in Apple’s latest iPhone ad


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Privacy has always been a big part of Apple’s marketing pitch, and the company is bringing that point home once again in its latest iPhone ad, which boldly declares “Privacy. That’s iPhone,” via MacRumors.

“If privacy matters in your life, it should matter to the phone your life is on,” says the commercial, as it flips through a wide range of privacy-related scenarios, including “keep out” signs, people avoiding eavesdroppers at diners, window locks, curtains, and padlocks.

It’s a similar approach to the massive billboard that Apple bought at CES 2019 earlier this year, declaring “What happens on your iPhone, stays on your iPhone,” in a veiled shot at competitors like Google that were presenting just across…

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Flickr says Creative Commons photos won’t be subject to its 1,000 picture limit


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Back when Flickr first announced that it would be limiting free accounts to just 1,000 pictures, the company announced an exception: while it would be deleting any pictures on accounts over that number, any Creative Commons licensed photos uploaded before the November 1st, 2018 deadline would be allowed to stay. And today, the company announced that it would be making the policy permanent — all Creative Commons photos will be allowed on Flickr for good, regardless of upload date, even on accounts that otherwise would have surpassed the 1,000 picture limit.

In light of that change, Flickr is also removing the ability to change licenses on photos on the site in bulk,…

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Google brings continued conversation with Assistant to smart displays


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Google is bringing its continued conversation feature to its Google Assistant smart displays today. This will allow Assistant to stay active and listening so that you can continue to ask follow-up questions without needing to repeat “OK, Google,” before each one.

If the feature sounds familiar, that’s because Google released it last summer, but oddly, it was just for the audio-only Google Home, Home Mini, and Home Max products. Today’s rollout fixes that with continued conversation on Google Assistant devices with screens, like the Google Home Hub and Lenovo Smart Display.

Continued conversation also has to be activated manually by going to Settings -> Preferences -> Continued conversation in the Google Assistant app, and it’s only…

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Spotify expands Samsung partnership with preinstalled app and six months of free Premium


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Spotify is expanding its partnership with Samsung today by announcing that its music app will now come preinstalled on “millions of new Samsung mobile devices globally,” including the just-launched Galaxy S10 lineup.

The company also announced a new promotion that offers a free six-month Spotify Premium subscription to new Galaxy S10 owners, although there are a few caveats. The free Premium offer only works for new Spotify customers; if you already have Premium, subscribed at one point in the past, or even used a free trial, you’re out of luck. The deal is also only available to S10 customers in the US, although Samsung and Spotify may expand that offer to other phones in the future.

It’s a logical move for Samsung and Spotify: last…

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What is Facebook? Just ask Mark Zuckerberg


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What is Facebook? Mark Zuckerberg has been asked that question over and over since 2006, and the answer keeps changing. Along the way, Facebook has grown from a site where people in colleges would accept each other as friends to one of the biggest and most influential companies in the entire world, one with billions of users and the power to affect political landscapes around the globe. But somehow, the company’s founder can’t seem to settle on how to talk about it.

Earlier this week saw the biggest shift yet in a letter from Zuckerberg, which laid out a new, privacy-focused direction for the company. Public sharing and the lucrative news feed would move to the back burner in favor of private, encrypted, and ephemeral messaging. It’s a…

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Twitter will let users be much more specific when reporting tweets with personal information


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Twitter is adding new options to its reporting process for tweets that share personal information, adding much more specific fields that users can highlight when submitting reports.

Now, when reporting a tweet that contains private information, users will be taken to an additional menu allowing them to specify whether the tweet contains contact information, a home address or physical location, financial information, or ID pictures or numbers. The new feature should be rolling out today on both the web and mobile versions of Twitter.

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The Galaxy S10 and LG G8 are the latest phones to get T-Mobile’s spam-fighting call verification


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T-Mobile announced today that it’s expanding its robocall-fighting Caller Verified feature to five new phones, including the Galaxy S10E, S10, and S10 Plus, along with the forthcoming LG G8 ThinQ and the LG Aristo 3.

Those phones join the Note 9, Galaxy S9, and S9 Plus in supporting Caller Verified, which displays a message that an incoming call is coming from a verified person, not a VoIP internet spammer. T-Mobile’s implementation relies on the STIR/SHAKEN authentication method (STIR: Secure Telephone Identity Revisited and SHAKEN: Signature-based Handling of Asserted information using toKENs). This method uses a certificate system that’s similar to how browsers…

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The apocalypse is nigh in the latest Good Omens trailer


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The Amazon Prime adaptation of Good Omens, the cult-favorite novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, is nearing its release, and a new trailer has given us the best look yet at the upcoming series.

Fans of the book will note that the adaption appears to be hewing pretty closely to the original story, and for good reason: Gaiman is serving as a showrunner, and he’s writing the entire six-episode series. He took on the role after Pratchett urged him to do so in a posthumous letter.

The new trailer shows our first good look at the rest of the cast: Anathema Device (Adria Arjona), Newt Pulsifer (Jack Whitehall), Witchfinder Sergeant Shadwell (Michael McKean), Madame Tracy (Miranda Richardson), and the Archangel Gabriel (John Hamm) all…

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Galaxy S10 teardowns show off the ultrasonic fingerprint sensor and hole-punch screen


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The Galaxy S10 is about to hit stores, which means that it’s time for the long-standing tradition of the teardown. iFixit stripped Samsung’s latest phone down to pieces to figure out what makes it tick.

iFixit has teardowns of all three of Samsung’s new phones: the S10 and the S10e in its usual photo format and a video disassembly of the S10 Plus that really gives you an idea of just how tough it is to break apart. Interestingly, once you get past all the prying and gluing, the S10 is pretty modular. The front and rear cameras, the headphone jack, and even the motherboard pop out pretty easily.

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One holdout is the new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor. As iFixit’s teardown shows, the sensor is fused into…

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Google Glass’ second-gen enterprise model leaks with updated specs and USB-C


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Google Glass may not have exactly set the world on fire with its vision of an augmented reality, wearable future, but it got a second life back in 2017 with the Google Glass Enterprise Edition. And now, leaks for the second-generation model of that enterprise version are starting to appear, with Google set to add boosted specs and a USB-C port, via 9to5Google.

From the outside, the biggest change to the second-gen Google Glass Enterprise Edition is a USB-C port for charging, replacing the magnetic cable used on the other versions of Glass. It’s a shift that makes sense considering that Google intends for these devices to be used on factory floors and warehouses where the ability to quickly recharge something is more important than the…

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Apple acquires patents from AI security camera maker Lighthouse


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AI security camera company Lighthouse may have shut down, but its patents will live on: Apple reportedly bought the patent portfolio of the now-defunct company at the end of 2018, according to IAM.

As Patently Apple notes, the patents Apple acquired largely deal with using computer vision to scan and recognize faces, including US Patent No. 9,396,400: “Computer-vision based security system using a depth camera,” US Patent No. 9,965,612: “Method and system for visual authentication,” and US Patent No. 10,009,554: “Method and system for using light emission by a depth-sensing camera to capture video images under low-light conditions.”

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Huawei exec confirms that the P30 Pro will have a superzoom ‘periscope’ camera


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Leaks are already coming out for Huawei’s next flagship smartphone, the P30 Pro, but one of the biggest new features has already been confirmed by Clement Wong, Huawei’s VP of global product marketing: the P30 Pro will feature a new, periscope-style “superzoom” camera that other leaks have promised will enable up to 10x zoom, via Android Central.

Wong was coy about the technology the camera uses. Outside of confirming that it is a periscope system, he refused to confirm the rumored 10x figure. Wong did say that the camera would do “something nobody [has done] before,” which could be hinting at some sort of mechanical zooming lens, something that would certainly be interesting to see on a smartphone.

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Google disables Android TV photo sharing for all users after account privacy issue


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Google has shut down Google Photos sharing to Android TV devices today after a bug was discovered that revealed hundreds of user accounts to other users. Until the bug is resolved, Android TV owners won’t be able to set Google Photo albums as their screensaver or view pictures with Google Assistant on their set-top devices or smart TVs, as reported by Android Police.

The bug was first spotted by Twitter user Prashanth who noticed that, while trying to set up a screensaver on a Vu brand TV, they could view hundreds of other Google accounts, a bug that was replicated by user Aarjith Nandakumar on his iFFalcon smart TV. It’s not entirely clear what caused the bug. Prashanth notes that they couldn’t replicate the bug on another Android TV…

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