Day: January 4, 2021

Market Wrap: Bitcoin Briefly Drops Close to $28K as Ether Futures Heat Up

Over-leveraged bitcoin investors in the derivatives market led to Monday’s sell-off while ether spot and futures markets are starting to get a lot more attention. Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $31,444 as of 21:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Slipping 5.7% over the previous 24 hours. Bitcoin’s 24-hour range: $28,154-$33,562 (CoinDesk 20) BTC slightly below its 10-hour […]

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Jamf now manages more than 20M Apple devices for 47,000 customers

Apple mobile device management firm Jamf on Monday said its platform now runs on more than 20 million Apple devices and is used by 47,000 customers.
In a “year like no other,” the company announced that it added more than 4 million devices and 11,000 customers in 2020 alone. By the end of 2020, the […]

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[Deal] These Aukey Accessories are reduced by up to 40%

As we head into 2021 you might be thinking about tidying that filing drawer that houses all the cables and charging accessories that been sent into exile, never to be used again but available just-in-case. Start the year off as you mean to go on by checking out these discounted accessories from Aukey and make […]

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Bitcoin Slips, Tesla Rallies on 500,000 Mark | Stock Market News

Early morning gains quickly turned to losses on the first trading day of 2021 Monday, as a mixture of anxiety over global coronavirus shutdowns and political uncertainty combined to turn Wall Street red. As another chapter of the pandemic’s story unfolds, British Prime Minister Boris Johnson unveiled a fresh round of lockdowns, spurred by a […]

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Unified shopping information could make Apple Store visits less confusing

In the 11 months since Apple began taking precautions against COVID-19, the world has come to recognize Apple Stores as the gold standard of retail health and safety. Most customers understand Apple’s safeguards and trust they’ll find a careful environment when they visit a store. One small change could help additional customers and Apple’s own […]

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Apple removes 39,000 games from App Store in China over new licensing requirements

Apple has removed 39,000 games from the App Store in China on 31 December 2020. According to a report, this was Apples’ biggest single-day app takedown as it set the year-end deadline for all game publishers to obtain a licence to distribute their games as required by Chinese law. This comes as the Chinese government […]

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Apple working on smaller and more efficient AC power adapters

Apple may be planning on producing smaller, lighter, and more efficient power adapters for the iPhone and other devices, a supply chain report on Monday suggests.
Navitas Semiconductor is reportedly expected to obtain orders from Apple for charging solutions based on gallium nitride (GaN) in 2021, DigiTimes reported. Compared to silicon-based power adapters, GaN chargers […]

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Apple’s iPhone assembler agrees to help build startup Byton’s electric SUV

Sounds like this car is back on track after a few speed bumps. Byton Apple and electric cars? Yes, there will soon be a connection. On Monday, Chinese startup Byton said it signed a strategic partnership with manufacturing giant — and Apple supplier — Foxconn to help bring its first EV, the M-Byte, to production. Byton made […]

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Apple Arcade: New games Populus Run, Spire Blast and Nuts coming soon

Apple Arcade has two new games planned for January. Apple We’re just a few days into 2021, but Apple Arcade is already teasing some new games. Since its launch in 2019, Apple’s subscription mobile gaming service has released over 140 games to play across the iPhone, iPad, Mac and Apple TV. One of the most anticipated games of […]

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