A 999-dollar monitor stand is all right with Apple today.
Here's the thing: The Pro Display XDR stand seems nice. Devindra Hardawar explains what the crowd thought at WWDC when she heard the price of Apple's latest attempt to "sell attractive technology that does not mean much to users in the end."
Xbox body wash is a necessary and terrible idea
Microsoft collaborates with body scrubber Lynx, an alternative brand name used by Ax in some countries, to create an Xbox brand collection for personal care products. The lineup will include a body spray, a deodorant and a shower gel.
The first look at macOS Catalina: Sidecar, Project Catalyst and voice control.
In this video we will record A look at macOS Catalina and three of its most notable features: Sidecar (for using an iPad as a secondary display); Project Catalyst (allows developers to easily port iOS apps to the Mac) and Voice Control (allows people with reduced mobility to fully navigate with voice commands in the operating system). Of course, we will be back with a preview of the beta this summer, followed by a full review of the full and final software in the fall.
iOS 13 First Look: Dark Mode, Maps, and More
The benefit of WWDC after the keynote is that we need to spend a little time on how some of the biggest improvements to the update work. Although we did not really experiment with the software, we got a good idea of what really matters in iOS 13 – this dark mode is extremely eye-friendly and the ability to log in to apps and services with your Apple ID. It seems like It could be a turning point for people who care about privacy.
iPadOS at first glance: browsing the desktop, better multitasking and more.
Instead of examining all the features of iPadOS – we're still trying to sort them all – we've put together a handy video primer that guides you through some of the key features of the update. This new home screen is nice and practical, but improved multitasking, a new approach to file management, and a significantly enhanced browsing experience in Safari all make the iPad feel like a machine that's worth using, working, and playing to become.  Now you and a friend can dodge traffic, curbs and pedestrians together. Bird expands its fleet with a jointly usable electric motorcycle.
The Bird Cruiser is referred to as a "seated electric vehicle" that can hold up to two adults at a time. You get a padded seat, a choice of pedals or footpegs and hydraulic disc brakes to ensure a safe stop. What could possibly go wrong?
Experts on Apple's Private Logon Feature
Can Apple handle privacy better than Google and Facebook? To find out, we talked to security and privacy experts about signing up with Apple. Most believe that this feature could make a vital contribution to protecting consumer privacy. According to U of M Professor Florian Schaub, "the ability to easily generate random e-mail addresses and Apple's management of these credentials will greatly help consumers protect their personal information when interacting with mobile apps and online services."  The first tests will be carried out later this year with Chevy Bolt electric vehicles in Michigan. GM and Michelin will equip cars with airless tires by 2024 – Earlier options usually only work if you move slowly. They are not as visually appealing as conventional tires, but Michelin claims they are just as comfortable.
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