Month: January 2021

What Apple Watch really needs is a battery that lasts longer than a day

The Apple Watch can’t stay on my wrist all the time… because of the battery. Vanessa Hand Orellana/CNET More than steps, more than active minutes, I’ve been focused on making sure I get enough decent sleep each day. That’s been an issue working from home for so much of 2020-2021. Apple’s latest watch and WatchOS […]

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Hyundai execs wary of Apple electric car partnership: Report

Some execs at Hyundai are wary of partnering with Apple to make electric vehicles, Reuters reported. Hyundai confirmed in early January it was in “early-stage” talks with Apple about an electric car.  “We are not a company which manufactures cars for others,” one exec reportedly said. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories. Executives at […]

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iPhone taken in ‘crime spree’ and more Capitol rioters arrested in the Apple Crime Blotter

No charges for Sen. Richard Burr, federal charges in iPhone-centered SBA fraud, an iPad damaged in a “wrong house” raid by Chicago police, and more in the Apple Crime Blotter.
The latest in an occasional AppleInsider series, looking at the world of Apple-related crime.
Federal indictments for two men accused in SBA-loans-for-iPhones scam […]

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What the crypto bill means for bitcoin investors

A new bill listed for introduction in Parliament seeks to bar all private cryptocurrencies in India. It comes nearly a year after the Supreme Court quashed a Reserve Bank of India ban on crypto-related payments. Mint decodes what the bill means for crypto investors. How does fiat money compare to crypto? Traditional currency is maintained […]

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Apple’s Fantastic December Quarter Results Weren’t Enough

The Apple iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Photographer: Daniel Acker/Bloomberg © 2020 Bloomberg Finance LP Apple reported its December quarter results after the market closed on Wednesday and even though they were outstanding, the shares fell the next two days. Expectations were running high for the company as the stock had risen […]

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Another Google VR App Dies, Is Reborn as an Open-Source Project – Review Geek

Google Google’s waning interest in VR has led to the demise of Daydream, Jump, and other iconic pieces of early VR software. But the company’s latest casualty, the Tilt Brush VR painting app, could live on to tell its tale. Google announces that it is ending support for Tilt Brush and, to our surprise, open […]

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Market Wrap: Bitcoin Reverses Wednesday’s Losses, Ether Climbs

Bitcoin’s price reversed Wednesday’s losses on Thursday. Traders and analysts, however, have largely kept a short-term bearish view because some are attributing gains in bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies to GameStop’s stock drama. Bitcoin (BTC) trading around $32,607.78 as of 21:00 UTC (4 p.m. ET). Gaining 3.17% over the previous 24 hours. Bitcoin’s 24-hour range: $29,921.96-$32,934.56 […]

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Levels and Patterns to Watch

InvestorPlace Robinhood Limits Trading for SNDL Stock: What You Need to Know You probably think of Sundial Growers (NASDAQ:SNDL) as a marijuana play. After all, it’s one of the larger publicly listed cannabis companies out there. In the past, SNDL stock has tended to trade in line with its marijuana peers. Now, however, things have […]

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