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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, January 28, 2018


General Interest/Potpourri
  • "T-Mobile salesman: The iPhone X is just animojis and selfies" CNET 6:16 PM
  • "Today in Apple history: Apple moves into Bandley 1, its first custom HQ" Cult of Mac 8:27 AM
  • "The first ads for Apple's HomePod are all about music" The Verge 1/27
  • "Apple's first HomePod ads urge customers to 'order now'" AppleInsider 1/27
  • "Apple makes sudden noise about HomePod" CNET 1/27
  • "Apple Shares First Series of HomePod Ads" MacStories 1/27
  • "How HomePod works with Apple Music, iTunes Match, iCloud Music Library, AirPlay, and FLAC files" iMore 1/27
  • "Digital Health Briefing: Apple leaps into EHR market — Telehealth to hit mainstream in 2018 — Accenture, Loopback hope to clear up value-based care" Business Insider 1/27
  • "Apple Drops Hint Its First Windows 10 App Is About to Launch" Softpedia 1/27
  • "These iOS apps from Microsoft all support iPhone X" iMore 1/27
  • "Apple finally gets Cupertino's permission to occupy parts of Apple Park spaceship building"  VentureBeat 1/26
  • "Is The Apple Inc. iPhone X a Success in the U.S.?" The Motley Fool 1/26
  • "'Siri, how healthy am I?' MedStar, Hopkins among first to test Apple's health records feature."  Baltimore Business Journal 1/26
  • "Steven Soderbergh Says He's Done Directing Studio Movies and Wants to Only Shoot on iPhones — Sundance 2018" ["However, the biggest story around 'Unsane' might not be its release strategy. Taking a page from Sean Baker's 'Tangerine,' Soderbergh shot the whole movie on an iPhone. While Baker has said he used a phone instead of traditional cameras due to budgetary constraints, Soderbergh said he was so impressed with the quality of iPhone cinematography that he would likely continue to use phones to shoot his movies going forward."]  IndieWire 1/26
  • "The world's biggest smartphone market is shrinking: After years of spectacular growth, smartphone sales in China are on the wane." ["That's ominous news for major international smartphone makers like Apple and Samsung — and for Chinese brands like Xiaomi that face tougher competition in their local market."] CNNMoney 1/26
  • "Apple's fun new Grammy ads star Animoji karaoke performing the hits" 9to5Mac 1/26
Non-Apple News
  • "U.S. to make streaming services pay more for music" Reuters 1/27
  • "Amazon Video Announces New TV Shows And Movies For February" Forbes 1/27
  • "Google experiments with local information app called Bulletin" Axios 1/26
  • "These are the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+" VentureBeat 1/26
  • "YouTubers say positive work ignored because of controversial stars" BBC 1/26
  • "Google is building Bulletin, a hyperlocal community news service" The Next Web 1/26
  • "Craig from Craigslist thinks he has a solution to 'fake news'" Business Insider 1/26
  • "Dutch spies reportedly caught Russian hackers on video" Associated Press 1/26
  • "A Cerebral Sunday Morning: HomePod, macOS Server, Novice NAS, and Your Questions Answered – Mac Geek Gab Podcast 694" The Mac Observer 1:29 PM
  • "Cult of Mac Magazine: Why HomePod is actually a steal at $349, and more!" Cult of Mac 1/27
  • "iMore show 591: HomePod Cozy" iMore 1/26
  • "HomePod Pre-orders and Siri's Music Controls -TMO Daily Observations 2018-01-26" The Mac Observer 1/26
  • "Questions about the HomePod, the DJI Mavic Air, and iOS 11.3: That's right, it's The Vergecast" The Verge 1/26
  • "Audiophiles are comparing HomePod to $85,000 speakers—we'll tell you why on The CultCastCult of Mac 1/26
  • "AppleInsider podcast interviews Matt Hines of iZotope, talks about HomePod, DJI drones" AppleInsider 1/26