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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, April 15, 2018


General Interest/Potpourri
  • "Sales data suggests Apple might be about to make the $1,000 iPhone X even more expensive"  Business Insider 4/13
  • "KGI: Apple could sell just 2 million HomePods across all of 2018, company 'mulls' low-cost model" 9to5Mac 4/13
  • "Ming-Chi Kuo Says Apple Considering Lower-Priced HomePod After Potentially Lackluster Sales" MacRumors 4/13
  • "Apple is considering a low-cost HomePod, according to KGI Securities" Business Insider 4/13
  • "Forget HomePod Mini rumors. Apple just needs a HomePod price cut/Commentary: KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says Apple is "mulling" a smaller, less expensive HomePod amid a reported sales slump. But there's a quicker, easier way to boost buyer interest."  CNET 4/13
  • "U.S. iPhone users spent 23% more in apps in 2017, have an average of 45 apps installed" TechCrunch 4/13
  • "Apple plans to start making another iPhone in India" Cult of Mac 4/13
  • "Apple trialing iPhone 6s Plus production in India in bid to cut costs" AppleInsider 4/13
  • "Police across the US are buying an affordable iPhone cracker: It reportedly works even on the iPhone X and iOS 11." Engadget 4/13
  • "Apple's ongoing legal battle with Smartflash over iTunes likely over" AppleInsider 4/13
  • "Shegerian & Associates Announces Class Action Lawsuit Against Apple Due To Unfair Wage Practices Against Female Employees" PRNewswire 4/13
Non-Apple News
  • "Google AI experiment has you talking to books: The tech giant's other AI experiment is all about word association." Engadget 4/14
  • "Art Bell, Weird Radio Pioneer, Passes Away at 72" Gizmodo 4/14
  • "Low-latency JPEG XS format is optimized for live streaming and VR: It will supposedly work well over 5G and wireless networks too." Engadget 4/14
  • "Google ordered to comply with 'right to be forgotten' request after refusal" Neowin 4/14
  • "Girl gamers told to 'get back in the kitchen'" BBC 4/13
  • "Drivers using mobile phones could be fined without even knowing they've been caught" 4/13
  • "T-Mobile just quietly killed one of its best deals" BGR 4/13
  • "Google loses 'right to be forgotten' legal battle" CNNMoney 4/13
  • "Google's new book search deals in ideas, not keywords" Axios 4/13
  • " redesign includes self-destructing emails" Ars Technica 4/13
  • "Google's latest AI experiments let you talk to books and test word association skills" The Verge 4/13
  • "Google loses 'right to be forgotten' case" BBC 4/13
  • "Google code offers hints that Android Messages is coming to a desktop near you" Digital Trends 4/13
  • "EA says it's learned from Star Wars Battlefront controversy, vows to 'be better'" The Verge 4/13
  • "Google's Speech Recognition Can Now Handle Cocktail Parties: Noisy environments and multiple voices are no longer a problem for Google understanding what is being said." PC Magazine 4/13
  • "Russia to ban Telegram messenger over encryption dispute" Reuters 4/13
  • "Facebook Takes the Punches While Rest of Silicon Valley Ducks" New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 4/13
  • "Revealed: Aleksandr Kogan collected Facebook users' direct messages/People who logged into This Is Your Digital Life shared their news feed, timeline, posts and messages"  The Guardian 4/13
  • "The Cambridge Analytica data breach also harvested people's private Facebook messages" Business Insider 4/13
  • "9to5Mac Daily 063: April 13, 2018" 9to5Mac 4/13
  • "Facebook's Shadow Profiles -TMO Daily Observations 2018-04-13" The Mac Observer 4/13
  • "iPad & iPhone User 131 Digital Edition" Macworld UK 4/13
  • "AppleInsider Podcast discusses CarPlay's future, HomePod orders, Facebook, and more" AppleInsider 4/13