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MacSurfer's Archive: Saturday, May 27, 2017


  • "Apple Orchard Road opens in Singapore" Apple 6:29 AM
  • "Apple Orchard Road in Singapore Officially Opens to the Public" MacRumors 6:30 AM
  • "Apple officially opens new Singapore retail store to the publicĀ [Gallery] 9to5Mac 1:21 PM
  • "Patent troll hits Apple w/ three lawsuits over AirPlay, autodial, and battery technologies" 9to5Mac 12:05 PM
  • "Apple Is Working on a Dedicated Chip to Power AI on Devices" ["The chip, known internally as the Apple Neural Engine, would improve the way the company's devices handle tasks that would otherwise require human intelligence — such as facial recognition and speech recognition, said the person, who requested anonymity discussing a product that hasn't been made public. Apple declined to comment."]  Bloomberg 5/26
  • "Apple Is Following Google Into Making A Custom AI Chip" Forbes 5/26
  • "Report: Apple Developing a Chip Dedicated to AI" PC Magazine 5/26
  • "Apple fights off iTunes patent spat appeal: Apple is trying to kill off an attempt by Smartflash to reverse a patent panel's ruling and thereby force Cupertino to hand it $533m in a Federal Circuit dispute."  The Register 5/26
  • "Qualcomm pursuing Apple manufacturers over royalty row" DigiTimes 5/26
  • "Apple's MacBooks: Still the most reliable/It's popular to decry the 'Apple tax' - the mythical premium Apple customers pay for Macs. But few look at the other side of the coins: what you get for your money. In Apple's case: the best reliability and tech support."  ZDNet 5/26
  • "Macs are most reliable and have best tech support, Consumer Reports survey says" CNBC 5/26
  • "Why Apple's App Store is good business for your enterprise" Computerworld 5/26
  • "Study: Fitness Trackers Suck at Measuring Calories Burned/Researchers at Stanford University School of Medicine studied seven popular fitness trackers and discovered none of them could accurately measure energy expenditure."  PC Magazine 5/26