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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, June 7, 2017


  • "Apple-branded sneakers from early '90s to auction off for over $15,000" AppleInsider 9:29 PM
  • "Apple Shakes Up Smarthome Market by Opening HomeKit" The Mac Observer 6:57 PM
  • "Amazon exec says Siri & Alexa should be able to talk to each other, HomePod not a huge threat" 9to5Mac 7:54 PM
  • "Amazon willing to allow Apple's Siri on Echo speakers, executive says" AppleInsider 7:55 PM
  • "Amazon Thinks Alexa Should Be Able to Talk to Siri and HomePod" The Mac Observer 6:27 PM
  • "Why Apple and Google's ad-blocking tech isn't all good news" BGR 3:18 PM
  • "The iMac Pro is not Apple's replacement for the Mac Pro" The Next Web 1:39 PM
  • "Thirteen iOS 11 features borrowed from the jailbreak community" iDownload Blog 1:02 PM
  • "WWDC: Apple plays catch-up/Yawn. Wake me up when Apple announces something new and innovative." Computerworld 12:19 PM
  • "Apple plants seeds with ARKit and HomePod: One is software without a device. The other is a device without any software. Both could be big plays for developers." ZDNet 10:39 AM
  • "Apple's New iMacs: Should You Upgrade?" PC Magazine 10:39 AM
  • "Can the New iPad Pro Replace My Laptop? Not Quite" PC Magazine 10:39 AM
  • "Where does the smart home fit into Apple's HomePod?" The Verge 10:20 AM
  • "WWDC 2017: An enterprise perspective on Apple's iOS 11" Computerworld 10:14 AM
  • "Yes, There Is Even More Bad News For Apple" Mac 360 10:13 AM
  • "Apple still hasn't fixed Siri's biggest problem: Calling everything 'Siri' doesn't solve bad voice recognition" The Verge 8:22 AM
  • "What Apple's iMac Pro Really Means" NoodleMac 8:12 AM
  • "Six Things Apple's Trying to Kill This Year" Gizmodo 8:06 AM
  • "With WWDC 2017 and iOS 11, Apple has shown us the end of the iPhone" BGR 8:06 AM
  • "Apple Just Reversed Course" Mac 360 8:02 AM
  • "Apple iPad Pro is Serious Threat to Microsoft Surface Pro" Leicester Journal 7:58 AM
  • "Is this a sign the all-glass iPhone 8 will break easily?" BGR 7:38 AM
  • "Who needs a HomePod when you could have an iPod Hi-Fi with Alexa?" The Verge 7:38 AM
  • "Apple HomePod: A Speaker with the Bonus of Siri" Tech.pinions 7:37 AM
  • "Why Apple Introduced AR Now" Tech.pinions [Subscription Required for Full Article] 7:37 AM
  • "RIP MacBook Air, slain by the new iPad-specific features in iOS 11" iMore 7:36 AM
  • "Apple's 'Planet of the Apps' looks as depressingly vomitous as feared" VentureBeat 7:22 AM
  • "Thoughts on Apple's 29th annual worst WWDC keynote ever" ["I'll confess, I love me some snark and indulge in it quite heavily during the bloated gabfests that Apple holds each year. Apple executives treat every incremental update as if it were a religious artifact pulled directly out of the Arc of the Covenant. The skewering of such self-importance is always well deserved."]  VentureBeat 7:21 AM
  • "Opinion: A Samsung Bixby speaker would be doomed to fail, and not just because it doesn't even work on the phone yet" 9to5Google 1:15 PM
  • "Be Careful Celebrating Google's New Ad Blocker. Here's What's Really Going On." ["According to the Financial Times, Google will allow publishers what it's calling 'Funding Choices.' The publisher could charge the consumer a set price per page view to use third-party sites that block all advertising. Google would do the tracking of how many pages users view, and then charge them. Users could then 'white list' particular sites, allowing ads to be shown on them and removing the charge. If users decided to pay to block ads, Google would receive a portion of that payment, sharing it with the publisher."]  The Intercept 10:41 AM
  • "Amazon Fire 7 (2017) review: Small improvements make Amazon's budget tablet a better bargain" CNET 7:00 AM
  • "How I deleted Google from my life: I realized handing over my entire life to one platform had its downsides." PCWorld 6:58 AM