Reversing track, Kanye West's full 'Life of Pablo' may come to Apple Music on Friday

Article Image Despite earlier promises by the rapper, Kanye West’s complete The Life of Pablo album should appear on Apple Music and Spotify on April 1, a report said on Thursday.

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Microsoft unveils billion-dollar cloud plan to help nonprofits

Throwing the spotlight on its own services while making good on the promises of its recently launched philanthropic arm, Microsoft announced Tuesday it’s going to donate cloud services worth $1 billion to nonprofits and university researchers working for the public good.

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Apple TV universal search integration expands to PBS and PBS Kids, suggests API now open

Article Image It appears Apple has made good on promises to roll out developer access to Apple TV universal search APIs, as tvOS now includes deep content links from both the PBS and PBS Kids apps.

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Nokia Bets on Artemis' 4G LTE Booster


Nokia will test Artemis Networks’ pCell technology, which promises speed boosts in bounds for wireless broadband without requiring new handsets, the companies announced Monday. Nokia plans to work with wireless carriers to test the technology in the U.S. and other countries starting in 2016. It has entered into a memorandum of understanding on pCell tech with Rearden, parent company of Artemis. The companies jointly will develop a proof-of-concept of pCell for Nokia’s network partners.

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Nokia Bets on Artemis' 4G LTE Booster


Nokia will test Artemis Networks’ pCell technology, which promises speed boosts in bounds for wireless broadband without requiring new handsets, the companies announced Monday. Nokia plans to work with wireless carriers to test the technology in the U.S. and other countries starting in 2016. It has entered into a memorandum of understanding on pCell tech with Rearden, parent company of Artemis. The companies jointly will develop a proof-of-concept of pCell for Nokia’s network partners.

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Amazon yanks Apple TV and Chromecast from digital shelves

Article Image Making good on promises to halt sales of set-top streaming devices competing with its own Fire TV lineup, Amazon on Thursday removed all Apple TV and Google Chromecast products from its online store.

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Adobe reverses course, says Metal support in After Effects 'one possibility' [u]

Article Image Despite promises at this June’s Worldwide Developers Conference hosted by Apple, Adobe is now adopting an ambiguous stance on whether After Effects will support Apple’s Metal graphics technology.

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Review: LifeProof Fre Power turns iPhone into a long-lived, ruggedized giant

LifeProof’s Fre Power case promises to make an iPhone 6 virtually indestructible, both literally and in terms of battery life — and in that it mostly succeeds, even if there are sometimes tradeoffs to cope with.



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Edward Snowden argues Apple CEO Tim Cook likely to keep privacy promises

Apple CEO Tim Cook is likely to keep his promises on user privacy, said whistleblower and ex-National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden, commenting by video during a Wednesday conference in Barcelona, Spain. He cautioned however that people should be willing to abandon Apple if it backtracks.



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Khronos targets DirectX 12 with next-generation Vulkan API

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The new Vulkan API from Khronos officially unveiled today, and it promises to bring low-overhead gaming to mobile developers in a cross-platform, cross-GPU way.

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Upcoming Steve Jobs biography dives deep into Apple cofounder's life, features interviews with Tim Cook, Jony Ive, more

An upcoming biography about Steve Jobs promises an intimate portrait of the late tech guru told through extensive interviews with Jobs’ inner circle, including current Apple CEO Tim Cook, SVP of Design Jony Ive and Jobs’ widow Laurene Powell Jobs, among others.



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Google postpones iOS 8-style full-disk encryption of Android devices

Despite initial promises by Google, and rival Apple implementing the technology in iOS 8 last September, new devices loaded with Android 5.0 Lollipop are not using default full-disk encryption meant to prevent criminals, police, and spy agencies from getting unauthorized access to private data.



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First look: SenseHUD turns your iPhone into a portable heads-up display

Unveiled at CES, SenseHUD is portable device that promises to transform your smartphone into an automotive heads-up display, offering an aftermarket alternative to expensive preinstalled car navigation systems.



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Pavlok, the wristband that uses electric shock to break your bad habits, is now on Indiegogo

Pavlok, a wearable device that promises to help you kick your bad habits by administering small electric shocks, has just launched an Indiegogo campaign to raise funding for production.

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Cloud App Security: Foggy With Low Visibility


While the cloud promises faster time to market and reduced costs, it also presents a new landscape for hackers to attack and achieve their goals — namely, to find and gain unauthorized access to data and information. Attackers follow the data they are after, and if that data is residing in the cloud, then they are going to start operating in the cloud as well. For many organizations, these recent events are a wake-up call to take a closer look at which cloud services are being used, by whom, and which actions are being performed within them.

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