Day: January 28, 2019

Apple’s iPhone sales tanked. All eyes now on what’s ahead – CNET

Apple blamed China in its rare earnings warning earlier this month. On Tuesday, we’ll learn just how badly phone sales missed, and what’s ahead in Q2. …read more Source:: CNet

Metro Exodus ditches Steam for Epic Games store, Valve calls it ‘unfair’ – CNET

Steam preorders will still be fulfilled, but the game costs $10 less on Epic’s rival storefront. …read more Source:: CNet

FTC’s witness criticizes Qualcomm’s economics experts as ‘sloppy’ – CNET

Closing arguments from both sides come Tuesday afternoon. …read more Source:: CNet

Amid Chaos Venezuelans Struggle To Find The Truth, Online

In Venezuela, where media is controlled by the government, figuring out what is truth, rumor or propaganda has always been difficult. NPR reports: In recent days it’s gotten even more confusing. President Nicolas Maduro has refused to cede power to the opposition party. There have been widespread protests and looting — and the rumor mill…

Can Disney make VR relevant? (The 3:59, Ep. 510) – CNET

Disney’s top-secret VR project, our interactions with robots and more foldable phone talk. …read more Source:: CNet

Best Valentine’s Day movies on Netflix – CNET

In the mood for a rom-com or tragic love story? Don’t worry, Netflix has both. …read more Source:: CNet

Dell Precision 5530 2-in-1 review: A flexible workstation-class convertible

A 4K touch screen and a sturdy 2-in-1 format should recommend this powerful laptop to mobile power users, but battery life is a concern. …read more Source:: ZDNet

Apple Spent $60B on 9,000 American Suppliers in 2018, Supporting 450,000 Jobs

An anonymous reader shares a report: Well timed with a report from The New York Times today that explained why Apple is unlikely to manufacture more of its products in the United States, Apple has published a press release highlighting how several components it uses are manufactured by U.S. suppliers such as Finisar, Corning, and…

The Cyborgs Among Us: Exoskeletons Go Mainstream

Every technological advancement seems to have a sharp inflection point, a time before which it seems like any early adopters are considered kooks, but beyond which the device or service quickly becomes so mainstream that non-adopters become the kooky ones. Take cell phones, for example – I clearly remember a news report back in the…

Apple’s working on a subscription service for games, report says – CNET

It would be like Netflix but for games. …read more Source:: CNet