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  • Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Now Streaming on Apple Music After Three Years of Tidal Exclusivity 23/04/2019 at 14:09h
    In April 2016, Beyoncé launched her sixth studio album "Lemonade" worldwide. While the album was available for Apple users to buy for $17.99 on iTunes at launch, it was never put on Apple Music or Spotify and remained a streaming exclusive on Tidal for three years, until today. Now, both Apple Music and Spotify subscribers can listen to the 13 track album (with an original demo version of "Sorry") for the first time. Apple is highlighting the launch on the main carousel in the Browse tab on Apple Music, along with the live album of "Homecoming," the documentary about Beyoncé's 2018 Coachella performance. More recently, Beyoncé and Jay-Z launched a collaborative album under the name "The Carters," which only remained a Tidal exclusive for two days and then launched across streaming services in June 2018. Before that time, Jay-Z quietly removed many of his albums from Apple Music in April 2017, but most eventually came back. His own album "4:44" had one week of Tidal exclusivity before appearing on Apple Music in July 2017. Although it's three years old at this point, "Lemonade" was a huge bonus for Tidal and a way for the company to encourage fans to sign up for the service. The end of its exclusivity follows a rough year for Tidal, with numerous reports about late royalty payments to artists, inflated streaming numbers, and potential data breaches emerging in 2018. The news of late royalty payments and inflated numbers came from Norwegian site Dagens Næringsliv, which specified that Tidal had inflated streaming numbers for "Lemonade". Tag: TidalThis article, "Beyoncé's 'Lemonade' Now Streaming on Apple Music After Three Years of Tidal Exclusivity" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
  • Technology for the problems, which we can only guess. Digital-trends 2019 23/04/2019 at 14:01h
    How to see the future? If we are talking about technology, the problem becomes more complicated. After all, it is only a tool for solving problems, which… also while Neizvestny. In short, the situation starts to look like a fairy tale “go there — do not know where, bring it — I do not know […] The post Technology for the problems, which we can only guess. Digital-trends 2019 appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • The guy demanded the Apple a billion dollars for the mistake of the system of facial recognition 23/04/2019 at 14:01h
    A student from new York, USA, filed a lawsuit against the American company Apple one billion dollars because of an error of the system of facial recognition in shops that mistook him for a wanted criminal, reports Bloomberg. 18-year-old Bach Usman (Ousmane Bah) claims that he was detained at home in new York in November […] The post The guy demanded the Apple a billion dollars for the mistake of the system of facial recognition appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • How to use Siri to search the web 23/04/2019 at 14:00h
    Search the web without typing a word with help from Siri. There's a lot that Siri can do for you, such as placing phone calls, playing music, and opening apps. Siri can also search the web for you, whether you want information on this week's episode of Game of Thrones or you're curious about the melting point of nitrogen. Not only can Siri display web search results from Google, but thanks to Apple's partnerships, Siri can also offer results from Wolfram|Alpha and Wikipedia for specific queries. Here's how you can use Siri to search the web. How to search the web with Siri How to get scientific and mathematical answers from Wolfram|Alpha with Siri How to use a specific source for Siri searches How to search the web with Siri When performing a general web search using Siri, it's best to start your query with "Search the web for," as Siri will often try to search your device for your query, or grab information from a specific source like Wikipedia or the TV app. Saying "Search the ...
  • 5 the most overlooked parameters of the smartphone 23/04/2019 at 11:01h
    Smartphones you can compare dozens of options. The abundance of models is easy to get lost and forget about the features that will make life easier for any user. “Газета.Ru” — about the most overlooked “feature” of smartphones. Famous brand, striking design, long battery life, good camera, fast processor — it would seem that may […] The post 5 the most overlooked parameters of the smartphone appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • Bloomberg: student in the United States requires Apple $1 billion due to errors of the system of facial recognition 23/04/2019 at 11:01h
    TASS, April 23. A student from new York filed a lawsuit against Apple for $1 billion because of an error used in its stores of the system of recognition of persons, who mistook him for a wanted criminal. This was reported on Tuesday by Bloomberg. According to him, 18-year-old Ousmane Bah claims he was arrested […] The post Bloomberg: student in the United States requires Apple $1 billion due to errors of the system of facial recognition appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • Apple released the third beta version of iOS 12.3 macOS 10.14.5, watchOS 5.2.1, tvOS 12.3 23/04/2019 at 11:00h
    Two weeks after the release test builds of Apple’s operating systems, cupertinos seeded the third beta version of iOS 12.3 macOS 10.14.5, watchOS 5.2.1, tvOS 12.3. New beta build is already available for download to authorized developers. As usual, the description of the test assemblies, you can find only the standard inscription, which reports that […] The post Apple released the third beta version of iOS 12.3 macOS 10.14.5, watchOS 5.2.1, tvOS 12.3 appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • How To Download Snapchat Stories On iPhone 23/04/2019 at 10:11h
    Although Instagram is now the most attention currently, Snapchat still has niche. If you’re a diligent Snapchat user and Snapchat is a specific part of ...
  • The student sued Apple sued for $ 1 billion for false arrest in connection with facial recognition technology 23/04/2019 at 08:01h
    According to Bach, the system for facial recognition in the Apple store mistakenly linked him to a series of thefts from the company’s stores, which led to his arrest in November last year. In the lawsuit, Bach said that the arrest warrant included the photograph of the man, it is not like him and that […] The post The student sued Apple sued for $ 1 billion for false arrest in connection with facial recognition technology appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • The new Bowers & Wilkins Formation Suite introduces multi-room home audio 23/04/2019 at 01:28h
    The ultimate home audio experience. Bowers & Wilkins has announced the new Formation Suite wireless audio system, a group of five new devices that can create a whole new home audio experience. The devices all use wireless technology to connect to each other even throughout multiple rooms of your house, similar to how the Sonos system works. Bowers & Wilkins promises a streamlined user interface that makes all these devices super easy to setup. Plus, they are all compatible with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and Apple AirPlay 2. The Formation products use a mesh network to communicate that can span your entire home without interfering with your original network's quality. This allows for seamless sound and synchronization between the speakers. They will all work in harmony with less than one microsecond of difference between them, and you'll be able to stream high-resolution 24-bit audio and 96 kHz sample rates. That's higher than Sonos. The five pieces in this new Suite are not inexpe...
  • Apple is not tensed. The company Yota Devices declared bankrupt 22/04/2019 at 23:01h
    The company Yota Devices officially declared bankrupt. Mark has received more notoriety for his innovative Russian smartphones, owes vendors a fabulous sum, for which he paid. A big problem a small company Manufacturer YotaPhone, company Yota Devices is going bankrupt. This decision was made by the Supreme court of the Cayman Islands. The lawsuit was […] The post Apple is not tensed. The company Yota Devices declared bankrupt appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • Sony announces launch timeframe for new AirPlay-compatible TVs 22/04/2019 at 22:34h
    Sony has announced pricing and availability information for its new Master Series TVs, as well as other 2019 models. The Master Series will launch over the late spring and into summer, and will feature support for AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, while other 2019 TVs, such as the X950G series, are available now and will also receive AirPlay 2 and HomeKit support later this year. On its Master series, Sony says: The A9G is Sony's new flagship MASTER Series 4K OLED TV available today in 65" Class (64.5" diag.) and 55" Class (54.6" diag.), all in a very slim form factor. MASTER Series is the name given to only the very best Sony TVs and provides premium picture quality, color, contrast and clarity approaching that of a professional-grade monitor. Images come to life with the super-wide viewing angle, precise contrast and absolute blacks of OLED technology. Over 8 million self-illuminating pixels are precisely and individually controlled by Sony's Picture Processor X1™ Ultimate. The M...
  • iPhone XS Review — 7-Month Later 22/04/2019 at 21:16h
    Over the last 7 months, I've come to realize something about the iPhone XS. It's not just the experience that keeps me coming back, although I appreciate how consistent and considerate it remains. It's the reliability. The trust. We make a lot of mistakes in this business. One of the biggest is forgetting just who exactly it is we review things for. The vast majority of you aren't buying new phones every year, much less every few months. You're using what you have until you can or are forced to get something new. You're not jumping from review unit to review unit every few weeks. You're living with what you spend your hard-earned cash on for years and years. You care about how it compares to the two or three or more year phone currently in your pocket, maybe, and other options on the market, a little, but the cost of switching is high, so you mostly what you want to know is if you'll be getting what you pay for. If you'll be getting value for your money, now and over the next two or ...
  • iPhone 2020 will receive 5G modems from Qualcomm and Samsung 22/04/2019 at 20:01h
    After Apple and Qualcomm has terminated patent litigation and entered into a six-year licensing deal, and Intel has announced the release of the business of producing chips 5G, uncertainty about iPhone 2020 completely eliminated. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, the iPhone next year will support the 5G network, and the production of Qualcomm chips will […] The post iPhone 2020 will receive 5G modems from Qualcomm and Samsung appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • Apple Pencil stop to use the car 22/04/2019 at 20:01h
    Apple Pencil 2 is an accessory for the iPad Pro. Is a peripheral device that resembles the usual stylus is a useful tool, for example, for artists or designers, allowing you to quickly sketch something on the tablet screen. A distinctive feature of the Pencil 2 in comparison with the previous model is induction charging […] The post Apple Pencil stop to use the car appeared first on Master iPhones.
  • Apple Seeds Third Beta of watchOS 5.2.1 to Developers 22/04/2019 at 19:06h
    Apple today seeded the third beta of an upcoming watchOS 5.2.1 update to developers, two weeks after seeding the second beta and almost a month after the release of the watchOS 5.2 update, which introduced AirPods 2 support and expanded the ECG feature to Europe. Once the proper configuration profile has been installed from the Apple Developer Center, the new watchOS beta can be downloaded through the dedicated Apple Watch app on the iPhone by going to General --> Software update. To install the update, the Apple Watch needs to have at least 50 percent battery, it must be placed on the charger, and it has to be in range of the iPhone. It's not yet clear what features will be introduced in the watchOS 5.2.1 update, but as 5.x.x software, it's likely to focus on bug fixes and other under-the-hood performance improvements. No changes were found in the first two watchOS 5.2.1 betas, but should we find new features in the third watchOS 5.2.1 beta, we'll update this post with details.Related Roundups: Apple Watch, watchOS 5Buyer's Guide: Apple Watch (Neutral)This article, "Apple Seeds Third Beta of watchOS 5.2.1 to Developers" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
  • Apple Seeds Third Beta of tvOS 12.3 to Developers 22/04/2019 at 19:05h
    Apple today seeded the third beta of an upcoming tvOS 12.3 update to developers, two weeks seeding the second beta and three weeks after releasing tvOS 12.2). Designed for the fourth and fifth-generation Apple TV models, the new tvOS 12.3 developer beta can be downloaded onto the Apple TV via a profile that's installed using Xcode. There's also a new second beta software update for the third-generation Apple TV model. tvOS 12.3 brings a revamped TV app that was first shown off at Apple's March 25 services-focused event. The TV app is an updated version of the original TV app, providing access to TV shows, movies, sports, news, and more, along with a dedicated section for children's programming. The TV app features a refined interface with a fresh look and feel that's more modern. It keeps the "Watch Now" section with the "Up Next" feature for keeping track of the TV shows and movies you're watching, and there's a new machine-learning based "For You" feature that surfaces content based on what you've previously watched. There's a new "Channels" option built in to the app, which is a major part of Apple's new services push. Channels are subscription services that you can subscribe to and watch right in the TV app without having to swap over to a third-party app. During the beta, you can subscribe to Showtime, Starz, Smithsonian, Tastemade, and EPIX, but additional Channels will be available when the new TV app launches. In the future, Apple plans to add its new TV+ subscription service to the TV app, with TV+ offering all of Apple's original TV shows and movies. The TV app is available on the Apple TV and iOS devices so you can pick up whatever you're watching no matter which device you're on. The new TV app is set to be released in May, so tvOS 12.3 will be in beta testing until then.Related Roundups: Apple TV, tvOS 12Buyer's Guide: Apple TV (Don't Buy)This article, "Apple Seeds Third Beta of tvOS 12.3 to Developers" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
  • 7 ways you can lower your environmental footprint 22/04/2019 at 19:00h
    Looking for some ways to go green for Earth Day and beyond? Here are some easy options to consider! Another Earth Day is upon us, so you know the drill: clean up the Earth by picking up some trash and keeping the environment clean, recycle your plastics and paper and whatnot, and maybe even plant a tree. But have you ever thought about how you are personally affecting the Earth with your environmental footprint? Electricity comes from power plants, we go through many electronics every year (or every other year for some), water supplies can run out eventually, plastic bags and straws end up in the oceans, and so much more. If you don't think that's a big deal, think about how many others think the same, and then think about the bigger picture. Our Earth is precious, and while it's easier to think "the future generations can worry about it later," the best step to make it easier in the future is to start reducing our own carbon footprints now. After all, the Earth won't be around for...
  • Beats President Luke Wood: Powerbeats Pro is 'Culmination of the Full Integration' of Apple and Beats 22/04/2019 at 17:59h
    In a recent interview with TechRadar, Beats president Luke Wood discussed how the company has changed under Apple's leadership, and the upcoming Powerbeats Pro headphones. The new Powerbeats Pro According to Wood, the Powerbeats Pro is "the culmination of the full integration of [Beats and Apple] working together from a technological standpoint." The company even took into consideration its reputation for creating bass-heavy products when building the Powerbeats Pro. Wood said the company has "learned the tools of [its] trade" over the years and improved its products, particularly after being acquired by Apple. “We thought we were pretty good until we got to Apple, and then we started learning what ‘good’ really was”, he admits between sips of green tea. What was Apple doing that Beats wasn’t? “Apple had so much incredible discipline and rigor around product quality” Wood says. When asked if a Beats product would ever add in biometric sensors for heart rate monitoring, Wood said he doesn't think that will happen: "We never want to labor customers with a bunch of useless, borderline avant-garde tech." He pointed out that many users already have smart watches with this ability, and having it in a headphone would be unnecessary. Apple announced Powerbeats Pro earlier in the month, with a launch planned for May 2019. The $250 headphones are completely wireless and are sweat and water resistant, with earhooks and tips in four sizes that ensure they will stay put during workouts. Apple said the headphones feature up to nine hours of listening time, and they also come with a charging case like the AirPods.Tags: Beats, Powerbeats ProThis article, "Beats President Luke Wood: Powerbeats Pro is 'Culmination of the Full Integration' of Apple and Beats" first appeared on MacRumors.comDiscuss this article in our forums
  • How to audit your credit cards 22/04/2019 at 17:22h
    Heads up! We share savvy shopping and personal finance tips to put extra cash in your wallet. Mobile Nations may receive a commission from The Points Guy Affiliate Network. We've all been there. One day you suddenly notice how bulky your wallet is and it becomes uncomfortable in your pockets or hard to stuff in your purse. The culprit is easy to find - your burgeoning collection of credit cards, some of which you never even use. Let's think through which cards you keep and how to maximize the usage of the ones you keep. Drop those unused cards with annual fees Did you find some airline card that you never use in the back of your wallet, and recall that it has an annual fee of at least $65? This is a no brainer as this card provides no value to you but you're paying a regular fee. Consider potentially downgrading the card to a version that has no fee if you want to keep it for emergency purposes or to potentially retain its no-foreign-transaction-cost benefit. The added benefit of ...