Ugreen DXP8800 Plus network attached storage review: Good hardware, beta software
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Accessory manufacturer Ugreen is shifting into a new product category, and has launched a wide range of network attached storage devices with an excellent price-to-performance ratio. Unfortunately the line ships with software that is too immature to unconditionally recommend today. Ugreen DXP8800 Plus review: Mature hardware, infant software The Ugreen NASync range consists of storage appliances for consumer and professional use, ranging from a two-bay device up to an 8-bay version. It also offers a four-bay edition aimed at media professionals, one that uses M.2 NVMe drives for high speeds ..read more
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Deals: Apple's M3 MacBook Pro 14-inch with 1TB storage drops to $1,799
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Apple's upgraded M3 MacBook Pro 14-inch with a bump up to 1TB of storage is eligible for an exclusive $200 discount, plus grab bonus savings on three years of AppleCare. Adorama began as a photography store in New York City. To snap up the exclusive $200 markdown, head over to Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama and enter promo code APINSIDER during Step 4 of checkout (labeled Payments). Step-by-step instructions showing where to enter the code can be found further down this page. Use code APINSIDER ..read more
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Apple health study proves anybody can run a marathon -- given enough time
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For five years, Apple has been running a Heart and Movement Study using the Apple Watch, and its researchers have now examined the training and cardio exercises that marathon runners do. You may never have seen it — all Apple Watch exercise rings completed The Apple Heart and Movement Study has been run in partnership with the American Heart Association and Brigham and Women's Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, since 2019. Ahead of Marathon Monday, April 15, 2024, and the Boston Marathon in particular, researchers have been examining health data of people who run and walk maratho ..read more
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Underused VPN by Google One is being shut down
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Google is shutting down its subscription-based VPN by Google One service later in 2024, with the feature heading to the Google Graveyard due to being underused by its customers. VPN by Google One Google One is the search giant's cloud storage service, allowing users to expand how much they can store online, as well as enabling a number of extra features. As part of its shake-up of the service, the VPN element is going to be taken away. In an email to subscribers seen by Android Authority, Google explains a number of changes that it will be making on May 15. Along with opening up AI-based G ..read more
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UK denies Apple's bid to dismiss App Store lawsuit
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A class action lawsuit against Apple over the App Store's 30% fee will go ahead, after a UK tribunal rejects the company's argument for dismissal. Store front at Apple Battersea, where Apple's UK headquarters is In July 2023, a suit was brought against Apple in the UK on behalf of 1,566 developers based in the country, saying Apple's 30% fee was excessive, and an abuse of its monopoly position. Then in January 2024, Apple filed a motion to have the tribunal dismiss the case entirely. According to Reuters, the UK's Competition Appeal Tribunal has now denied the motion. Apple had argued that ..read more
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Apple Vision Pro Black eyes, dinosaurs, and Apple's mastery of logistics on the AppleInsider Podcast
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It's not true that Apple Vision Pro will routinely give you black eyes, but maybe it is true that Apple could be doing more immersive video. Plus we have no iPads yet, but we think we know where they are. Dinosaurs on Apple Vision Pro One of your hosts is wearing an Apple Vision Pro but neither of them have black eyes. Wes Hilliard explains how a user managed get some, and also exactly how when Apple is so careful about getting a comfortable fit for the Apple Vision Pro. Then there's the case of the missing iPads, as new ones have been continually rumored and we're even seeing them listed ..read more
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All of the specs of the iPhone SE 4 may have just been leaked
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A leak that is chiefly rounding up previous rumors about the iPhone SE 4 has added that it will have AI-based camera features, and contrary to expectations, will resemble the iPhone 13 more than the iPhone 14. Leaker claims that the iPhone SE 4 will resemble the iPhone 13, at least from the front There are now so many rumors about the iPhone SE 4, such as renders, that it sounds as if it must be coming soon, instead of in early 2025 as most recently claimed. Now a new leaker, with no Apple-related track record, is claiming to have all the specifications for it. iPhone SE 4 rumored specif ..read more
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How to make the most of your Mac's trackpad
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Whether you're one of the many MacBook users of the world, or you just prefer the Magic Trackpad to a traditional mouse, there are many ways to make the trackpad experience on a Mac even better. The Mac's trackpad is great, but it can be better. One of the best features of any Apple device is multi-touch. With a MacBook or a Magic Trackpad, multi-touch can be used to speed up and simplify all sorts of processes across your daily Mac usage. However, there are a few ways you might want to customize your Mac's trackpad to get the most out of its multi-touch capabilities. Discuss on our Forum ..read more
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Rise in corporate Mac use invites more sophisticated hacking
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Hackers are developing more complex, cross-platform tactics to take advantage of the ever increasing Mac user base, and the latest targets the TCC framework. The Mac's increasing popularity is a blessing and a curse The Mac's reputation for strong security is a valuable asset and a concerning liability. As more companies adopt the platform, it becomes a bigger target for hackers. macOS's security architecture includes the Transparency, Consent, and Control (TCC) framework, which aims to protect user privacy by controlling app permissions. However, recent findings from Interpres Security sh ..read more
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Apple hardware chief John Ternus insists parts pairing is not evil
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Apple SVP of Hardware Engineering John Ternus has defended Apple's use of parts pairing, while also insisting the company still supports the use of third-party parts in repairs. A repair of a MacBook Air On Thursday, Apple expanded its self-repair programs to allow consumers to use parts pairing, a process that can allow legitimate second-hand components to be reused in repairs. Under the process, which will be implemented in the fall, Apple said it will still block off components associated with a device that has Activation Lock enabled, typically meaning stolen parts. Discuss on our Fo ..read more
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