Category Archives: iPhone

How to Monitor and Improve Your MacBook’s Battery Health

While your MacBook, MacBook Pro or MacBook Air itself can last you several years before it’s time to get a new one, the battery might not make it the entire way through. I bought my current MacBook Air five years ago and already replaced the battery once at the Apple Store. It didn’t die on me, but the health got so poor that I thought it was time for a fresh one.
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Author: George Tinari

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Apple May Still Be Working On a Self-Driving Car

In a letter submitted to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration last week, Apple expresses its interest in testing self-driving cars. Written by Apple’s director of product integrity Steve Kenner, Apple says in the letter that “new entrants” to the automotive market should have the same opportunity as other “established manufacturers.”

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Author: Rajesh Pandey

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Emotionally intelligent computers may already have a higher EQ than you

 The idea of creating robots that can understand, compute and respond to human emotions has been explored in movies for decades. However, a common misconception is that the challenge of creating emotionally intelligent computing systems is too great to be met any time soon. In reality, computers are already demonstrating they can augment — or even replace — human emotional intelligence. Read More
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Author: Andrew Thomson

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What interns and new grads really get paid at top tech companies

 From woefully underpaid internships to legendary hiring bonuses at huge Silicon Valley companies, it’s hard for job seekers to know what they’re worth in tech. It’s even harder when they’re new to the rat race. One undergraduate computer science student at Purdue University, Jesse Collins, has taken it upon himself to gather data from undergrads and recent grads to… Read More
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Author: Lora Kolodny

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Trump Taps IBM and GM Chiefs in First-Ever Sign He Gets Tech Matters

IBM CEO Ginni Rometty and General Motors CEO Mary Barra will advise the president-elect on job creation in an economy driven by tech. The post Trump Taps IBM and GM Chiefs in First-Ever Sign He Gets Tech Matters appeared first on WIRED.


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Author: Issie Lapowsky

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