Tim Cook delivers Stanford commencement speech, talks Steve Jobs, privacy, more [Video]


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Following his speech at Tulane University last month, Tim Cook today delivered the commencement address at Stanford University. During the speech, Cook invoked Steve Jobs, talked digital privacy, and much more.

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Tim Cook delivers Stanford commencement speech, talks Steve Jobs, privacy, more [Video]


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Following his speech at Tulane University last month, Tim Cook today delivered the commencement address at Stanford University. During the speech, Cook invoked Steve Jobs, talked digital privacy, and much more.

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Apple’s Tim Cook warns about ‘chaos’ & surveillance in Stanford speech


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Apple CEO Tim Cook took an unusually dark tone in part of a Stanford University commencement speech on Sunday, highlighting the "chaos" caused by Silicon Valley, and the threat of corporate and government surveillance.

LumaFusion 2.0 gains more powerful engine, external display support


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Luma Touch on Sunday launched LumaFusion 2.0, an upgrade of its professional video editor for iPhones and iPads with an array of both engine and interface improvements.

Amazon, Best Buy drop prices on new MacBook Pros and iPad Pros


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Father’s Day is officially here, and with it comes instant savings on Apple hardware, including the latest iPad Pros and new 2019 MacBook Pros. Whether you’re shopping for Dad, or yourself, these deals deliver the lowest prices available, with savings of up to $220 off.

Best Alternatives to Adobe Illustrator for iOS and Mac


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Adobe Illustrator used to be the gold standard for graphic design for years, but due to an increasingly expensive subscription model, many users are moving away from it. Here’s our list of our favorite vector-based design software.

After June fires, energy group says hydrogen is future’s fuel


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Nozzle for pumping hydrogen.

Enlarge / A hydrogen filling station. (credit: Peter Gercke/picture alliance via Getty Images)

Hydrogen fuel facilities experienced two fires this month in Santa Clara, Calif., and in Norway. But despite these setbacks, the International Energy Agency (IEA) released a report on Friday saying that the fuel is an important potential part of a low-carbon future.

The first fire in Santa Clara happened on Saturday, June 1 at a hydrogen reforming facility run by Air Products and Chemicals, Inc. No one was injured, but according to the Silicon Valley Voice, multiple hydrogen tanker trucks caught fire. The fire was extinguished a little over an hour after the firefighters arrived on the scene.

After the fire was put out, Santa Clara Fire Department Battalion Chief Drew Miller told the press that “a hydrogen tanker truck was being fueled and a leak occurred,” adding, “when the shutdown of the tanker truck

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Hands-on: How the Noise app in watchOS 6 helps protect your hearing


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One of the neatest new features in watchOS 6 is the Noise app. The app is designed to alert you with Apple Watch when you’re in a loud environment that could damage your hearing. Here’s how it works.

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13 hidden iOS 13 features you didn’t know about


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The first beta of iOS 13 has been out for nearly two weeks so lets take a look at some hidden features you might’ve not known about.

This week’s top stories: CarPlay in iOS 13, a $10k Mac repair, 50+ iPadOS features, more


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In this week’s top stories: CarPlay in iOS 13, a very expensive Genius Bar repair, Ikea’s HomeKit smart blinds, and more. Read on for all of this week’s biggest Apple news.

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Review: Lenovo’s Google-equipped Smart Clock is a solid choice when bedtime means bedtime


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You’ll have to go elsewhere if you want all the features of a Google Nest Hub or Echo Show, but for smartspeaker buyers who just want a cheap wake-up and bedtime option, the Lenovo Smart Clock doesn’t disappoint.

E3 2019 in photos: Gooigi, crazy arcade machines, and a DOOM museum


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LOS ANGELES—If you couldn’t or didn’t make it to E3 2019, you’re not the only one. Anecdotal evidence suggests this was the most poorly attended E3 in some time (though its organizers at the ESA insist that this E3 had only 3,000 fewer attendees than 2018’s jam-packed affair), owing perhaps to Sony’s no-show or the abundance of live-streamed options for enjoying the event at your own home.

That being said, we attended, and Ars Technica came back from Los Angeles with plenty to show for it. In addition to a few more hands-on previews coming (which will build upon the best-of E3 2019 list we already filed), we took our cameras out at both the official E3 halls and nearby events (Xbox Fan Fest, EA Play).

Comment: iCloud has finally delivered on Steve Jobs’ original promise from 2011


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Back when Steve Jobs unveiled iCloud in 2011, we were pitched a vision of data being available everywhere. Jobs pitched demoting the Mac and moving the digital hub into the cloud. All of our devices had connectivity built-in, so data should be available everywhere. The problem was it didn’t cover all of our photos. We didn’t get that until iCloud Photos came in iOS 8. It didn’t cover iMessage, as that didn’t come until a few years ago. It didn’t cover all of our files, but only those in the iCloud folder stored inside of app folders. We didn’t get seamless syncing of files until Apple added Desktop and Document folder syncing.
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TipOff #16: Save and Share Voicemail on Your iPhone


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If you didn’t know, there is a handy way to save or share a visual voicemail on your iPhone.

  • On your iPhone, open the Phone app and select Voicemail in the bottom right corner.
  • Select the voicemail message that you’d like to save or share.
  • Tap the share icon in the upper right corner (the square with an up-arrow).
  • Choose Add to Notes, Voice Memos, Evernote, or any other app that supports audio import.
  • Or choose Messages, Mail, AirDrop, or any other app that supports sharing. Type in a message to accompany the attached voicemail and send it on its way!

There are also a few apps that can help you too!

Review: Director Jim Jarmusch puts his deadpan stamp on The Dead Don’t Die


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Bill Murray, Chloë Sevigny, and Adam Driver star in Director Jim Jarmusch's deadpan take on the zombie genre, <em>The Dead Don't Die</em>.

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With The Dead Don’t Die, auteur director Jim Jarmusch puts his unique, deadpan stamp on this staple of the horror genre. As one might expect, Jarmusch’s vision is more ironically cerebral than your typical zombie fare and a bit less viscerally horrifying—even when the aforementioned dead are chowing down on their victims’ viscera. It’s not a perfect film, but it’s got Tilda Swinton brandishing a katana with deadly accuracy against the undead. What’s not to love?

(Some spoilers below.)

Zombies might seem an odd choice of subject matter for this longtime darling of the Cannes Film Festival crowd. Jarmusch’s career took off in 1984 with his first major film, Stranger Than Paradise. Shot entirely in black-and-white (a signature of the

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ICYMI: iOS SCUBA diving HUD, Hot Wheels Smart Track, Quad 4K dock & more


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During the week we don’t always have time to cover everything, so here are a few releases this week that went under the radar including a new iOS compatible dive computer, a futuristic Hot Wheel set, and more.

Deal of the Month: Get an exclusive 15% off Wiplabs Slope stand for iPhone & iPad


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This month we’ve teamed up with our friends at Wiplabs to offer an exclusive 15% off the company’s amazing Slope stand for iPhone and iPad for a limited time. This is the stand you might have noticed featured in many of 9to5Mac’s recent YouTube videos.

Get the Wiplabs Slope stand for iPhone & iPad 15% off w/ code 9to5mac2019

Featured in the MoMA (Museum of Modern Art) Design Stores, Slope is the ultimate iPhone/iPad stand with a patented design made from the same brushed and anodized finish as an iMac or Macbook. Head below for our hands-on look:

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Photos: How to adjust image perspective in iOS 13


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Justin Titi displays intelligently curated photo albums in iOS 13.

You can adjust the perspective along the x-axis and y-axis in Photos, starting in iOS 13, Apple told us at WWDC. Here’s what you’ll need to know to start adjusting perspective in Photos on iPad and iPhone.

Now you can adjust perspective in Photos

Apple introduced a range of new Photos editing tools and effects in iOS 13, including two for adjusting perspective, which you’ll find inside of the crop tool when editing a photo or video.

You can get some sense of how the perspective shift works in iOS 13 here:

The company’s applied machine intelligence is all across Photos.

Those tools also come into play to enhance

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Review: iPod touch is exactly what it needs to be in 2019


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Apple finally updated the iPod touch for 2019, bringing with it a modest bump in specs. While it may not be what some were looking for, the 2019 iPod touch is exactly what it needed to be.

iOS 13 includes an updated HomePod setup process requiring you to scan an LED pattern


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We’ve already rounded up many of the changes that iOS 13 brings, including a hands-on video look at over 200 changes and features. One small but notable change is that iOS 13 includes a slightly different HomePod setup process.

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