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Monday, November 30, 2020
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Analysis/Commentary/Editorial/Opinion
  • "The Apple blog: Guess which smartphones sell the most? The Apple blog | We start brand-specific blogs to curate the big and small news updates related to a certain name in the smartphone space so that you don't have to go about fishing for the stories." The Indian Express 8:11 AM
  • "Apple iPhone 11 features that Samsung's Galaxy S20 doesn't have" Business Insider 8:10 AM
  • "How Apple can fix the HomePod for 2020" iMore 2/29
  • "Apple @ Work: Why Apple-focused enterprises should be using cloud-services" 9to5Mac 2/29
  • "Where is Apple going next with Services? It did seem as if 2019 became Apple's Year of Services —not only did it launch so many new ones in splashy events, it also shunted major hardware announcements off into sidelined press releases. We'll have to see how Apple handles hardware in 2020, but this much is certain —Apple is not done with services." AppleInsider 2/29
  • "[Update: Smart Keyboard + Trackpad] Everything we know about the 2020 iPad Pro update" 9to5Mac 2/29
  • "Four reasons why a removable battery for the iPhone is a horrible idea: Reducing e-waste is a noble goal. Forcing gadget-makers to make batteries removable is not the best way to go about it."  Fast Company 2/29
  • "'Crossy Road Castle' is a return to form for Apple Arcade: But will it last?" Macworld 2/28
  • "Apple's Independent Repair Program Still Needs Fixing"  iFixit 2/28
  • "Comment: It's time for governments to learn how end-to-end encryption works" 9to5Mac 2/28
  • "People need to stop whining about Apple's leaked iPhone 12 design" BGR 2/28
  • "Apple's Over the Air OS Recovery Solves a Huge Problem Which Many Users Won't Realize Needs Fixing"  WCCFTech 2/28
  • "Apple dumping Intel would be a good thing for Macs, but it's a mammoth task: But as with most things, there would be difficulties and downsides. And it might not be so easy for Apple to rid itself completely of its reliance on Intel."  ZDNet 2/28
  • "A Cook in Disney's Kitchen: Bob Chapek isn't Tim Cook. And Bob Iger isn't Steve Jobs. But..." 500ish Words 2/28
  • "An iPhone with no ports? It could happen in the very near future: A few recent developments have lended credence to the speculation." Macworld 2/28
  • "Wait, what? Mac Pro's $400 wheels don't have a lock." Mashable 2/28
  • "Orcam MyEye 2 Is Inspiration Apple Needs To Make Its AR Smart Glasses Accessible For Visually Impaired" MacPrices 2/28
  • "Apple reportedly wants to put a trackpad on its next iPad keyboard and I'm here for it" The Next Web 2/28
  • "Dear Apple: don't let a trackpad turn the iPad into a Mac/Apple should do the bare minimum with the rumored iPad trackpad"  The Verge 2/28
  • "Comment: I'd only want a Smart Keyboard with trackpad if it ticked two boxes" 9to5Mac 2/28
Non-Apple
  • "The 35 best battery life laptops for 2020: Our rankings of longest-lasting laptops has a few surprises." CNET 8:06 AM
  • "Bob Iger got Disney into the streaming wars, so what happens once he's gone? With a new CEO in place, all eyes are on Disney's crown jewel" The Verge 2/29
  • "Here's a peek at how reporter Rob Price got inside the ultra secretive world of Mark Zuckerberg's family office in Hawaii" Business Insider 2/28
  • "Three Reasons You Might Want a Home Security Camera" TidBITS 2/28
  • "Imagine A World Without YouTube" The Verge 2/28
  • "Why are the NBA and Walmart using Clearview AI? Clearview AI's data leak shows facial recognition is already at home in the private sector" The Next Web 2/28
  • "Why we can't blame social networks for our polarized politics" The Verge 2/28
  • "Samsung Galaxy Z Flip review—I think I hate flip phones" Ars Technica 2/28
  • "Review: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra/Its large size, some camera snags, and an absurd price tag stand in the way of Samsung's phone from reaching magnificence." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/28
  • "Forget Chess—the Real Challenge Is Teaching AI to Play D&D: Some artificial intelligence experts think role playing adventure games will help machines learn to be as clever as we are." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 2/28