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Qualcomm’s China Ruling Only Applies to iOS 11 – Thurrott.com – Thurrott.com

Qualcomm’s recent legal victory in China comes with a single and debilitating caveat that renders it effectively moot. Read More » SOURCE: Thurrott.com This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Facebook and ZeniMax settle VR copyright lawsuit – Engadget

The two companies have put an end to their fight over VR code, although it’s not clear who’s prevailing. Read More » SOURCE: Engadget This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Algoriddim merges its iOS djay apps, adds new Pro-level features – Engadget

djay for iOS is now free and unified across devices, alongside an enhanced Pro subscription option Read More » SOURCE: Engadget This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Algoriddim merges its iOS djay apps, adds new Pro-level features – Engadget

djay for iOS is now free and unified across devices, alongside an enhanced Pro subscription option Read More » SOURCE: Engadget This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Intel unveils Foveros 3D chip stacking and new 10nm ‘chiplets’ – The Verge

Let’s talk about chiplets. Read More » SOURCE: The Verge This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Puma is rereleasing its classic 1986 RS-Computer running shoe – The Verge

A computer chip built into its heel recorded distance, time, and calories. Read More » SOURCE: The Verge This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Apple releasing first iOS 12.1.2 and watchOS 5.1.3 developer betas today with ‘bug fixes’ – 9to5Mac

[Update: Now available over-the-air with developer profiles installed. macOS 10.14.3 beta 1 and tvOS 12.1.2 beta 1 are also available for developers.] Apple is releasing the first iOS 12.1.2 develo… Read More » SOURCE: 9to5Mac This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

50 years on, we’re living the reality first shown at the “Mother of All Demos” – Ars Technica

Douglas Engelbart changed computer history forever on December 9, 1968. Read More » SOURCE: Ars Technica This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Google’s new Pixel 3 XL sale comes right in time for Christmas – BGR

Google’s Pixel 3 phones are expensive smartphones, but Google and its partners ran several promotions in the weeks leading to Black Friday, discounting the new phones by several hundreds of dollars… Read More » SOURCE: BGR This site is not involved in the creation of this post.

Samsung Galaxy A8s leaks out in full, release date included – Notebookcheck.net

The Samsung Galaxy A8s, which is set to be the world\’s first Infinity-O display phone, may have had all of its details released prior to its launch. GizChina claims to have real-world photos of the phone, and has also announced its release date (December 20). This new leak also claims the existence of three color […]