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MacSurfer's Archive: Sunday, January 12, 2020


General Interest/Potpourri
  • "Apple TV+ takes home its first awards win, as Billy Crudup named Best Supporting Actor at the Critics Choice Awards" 9to5Mac 7:30 PM
  • "Masimo claims Apple stole trade secrets, poached employees for Apple Watch" Digital Trends 1/11
  • "Shot on iPhone 11 Pro — Chinese New Year — Daughter" YouTube 1/11
  • "Shot on iPhone 11 Pro — Chinese New Year — Making of 'Daughter' with Director Theodore Melfi" YouTube 1/11
  • "Oprah Drops Sundance Doc Starring Russell Simmons Rape Accusers – Variety" Variety 1/10
  • "Oprah backs out of sexual assault documentary bound for Apple TV+, film will not air on Apple service"  AppleInsider 1/10
  • "Oprah is yanking an upcoming #MeToo documentary from Apple TV+ over creative differences: She claims the film wasn't ready, and she's no longer producing it" The Verge 1/10
  • "Oprah cancels Apple TV+ documentary on sexual assault in the music industry, only one month after Apple announced it" 9to5Mac 1/10
  • "Oprah Winfrey Upcoming Documentary for Apple TV+ Has Been Canceled" Cord Cutters News 1/10
  • "Apple is now collecting donations to help with Australia's bushfires" AppleInsider 1/10
  • "Apple partners with Red Cross to accept donations to fight Australia bushfires" Cult of Mac 1/10
  • "Apple moving to downtown Montreal" The Logic [Subscription Required for Full Article] 1/10
  • "Apple is opening a new office in downtown Montreal: It will be based in the Deloitte Tower!" iMore 1/10
  • "Stamford Apple Store to be replaced by SoNo Collection location in February" 9to5Mac 1/10
  • "A music artist says Apple Music pays her 4 times what Spotify does per stream, and it shows how wildly royalty payments can vary between services" Business Insider 1/10
  • "Apple Watch fall detection sends paramedics to the rescue when San Francisco e-biker hit by car" 9to5Mac 1/10
  • "75% of iCloud users protected by two-factor authentication, according to Apple" The Apple Post 1/10
  • "Fraudster posing as Apple tech support steals $16,000 from Mac owner" Cult of Mac 1/10
Non-Apple News
  • "CES 2020: Razer Tomahawk gaming desktop stays small, powerful thanks to Intel's NUC 9 Extreme" ZDNet 8:45 PM
  • "Study finds five major US carriers vulnerable to SIM-swapping tactics: The prepaid carriers granted SIM swap requests even if the caller only passed one authentication test." Engadget 8:08 PM
  • "How the Police Use Facial Recognition, and Where It Falls Short: Records from Florida, where law enforcement has long used the controversial technology, offer an inside look at its risks and rewards." New York Times [Free/Paid Registration Required] 6:17 PM
  • "Real-world photos confirm Samsung's next flagship phone is called the Galaxy S20" The Verge 2:19 PM
  • "These are the coolest foldable devices confirmed for launch in 2020" Mashable 7:50 AM
  • "Privacy Rights Groups' Open Letter Implores Google To Cleanse Android Of Exploitative Bloatware" HotHardware 1/11
  • "Google pushed to take action against Android bloatware by 50+ organizations" 9to5Google 1/11
  • "This concept Android Auto app uses nearby phones to detect pedestrians" 9to5Google 1/11
  • "CES 2020: In pictures/Engadget's CES experience, told exclusively through photographs." Engadget 1/11
  • "Amazon takes a swipe at PayPal's $4 billion acquisition: Holiday shoppers warned that Honey, a popular browser extension, was a 'security risk.'" Ars Technica 1/11
  • "Proof-of-concept code published for Citrix bug as attacks intensify" ZDNet 1/11
  • "CES 2020 in Photos: Living in a Material World /WIRED photographer Amy Lombard captures the glory, chaos, and optimism of the consumer tech extravaganza." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 1/11
  • "The most important health devices to know about from CES 2020: Non-invasive blood sugar monitoring, AI and fertility were all big topics at the show." CNET 1/11
  • "#518: Technology in a War Zone, with Mark Hackett/Mark Hackett runs a small non-profit working in Sudan, named Operation Broken Silence. This week, he joins David and some other Hackett guy to talk about data management so far from home, the power of Apple's apps like Pages and his move to the iPad Pro." Relay FM: Mac Power Users 6:15 PM
  • "CES 2020 wrap-up, Vantage V updates, mobile minimalism (MobileTechRoundup show #490)" ZDNet 2:27 PM
  • "Podcast: CES 2020" Tech.pinions [Free/Paid Registration Required] 1/11
  • "CES -Sketchboard Pro Improves The iPad for Graphic Professionals" MacVoices 1/10
  • "Mingis on Tech, Episode 29: It's show-and-tell time with the new MacBook Pro" Computerworld 1/10
  • "9to5Mac Happy Hour 259: Apple at CES 2019, Services era, iPhone Night mode contest" 9to5Mac 1/10
  • "Trade In Values, Cryptocurrency Attacks – TMO Daily Observations 2020-01-10" The Mac Observer 1/10
  • "Vergecast: a week at CES 2020/Our final roundup of tech news from the Consumer Electronics Show" The Verge 1/10
  • "The Dalrymple Report: Volume, AppleCare, and Dio Holograms" The Loop 1/10
  • "Engadget Podcast: CES 2020 and a chat with technologist John Maeda" Engadget 1/10
  • "Apple defends privacy stance & FBI wants iPhones unlocked on the AppleInsider Podcast" AppleInsider 1/10
  • "Everything We Saw, Ate, Rode, Poked, and Played With at CES: The Gadget Lab hosts look back at a show filled with fake-meat sliders, AI everything, and an ocean of electric scooters." Wired [Free/Paid Registration Required] 1/10