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Apple sued over Apple TV’s ‘What did he say,’ other Siri voice control features

Florida-based software company CustomPlay on Thursday filed a lawsuit against Apple claiming a fourth-generation Apple TV feature that allows users to control and interact with video content using Siri voice commands infringes on patented software technology.

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LG mobile sales tank as Samsung Mobile revenues improve, but they’re still below 2014’s Peak Galaxy

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Watch: Apple officially kills off iPod nano, iPod shuffle product lines

Thursday, July 27, 2017 6:25 PM

Apple ad explains origins of company’s forestry program

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Apple Store app for iPhone & iPad updates with Touch ID for Apple ID

Thursday, July 27, 2017 4:19 PM

Apple granted permission to renovate DC’s Carnegie Library with 63,000 square foot store

Thursday, July 27, 2017 4:07 PM

Aston Martin & Mini join Apple’s roster of CarPlay vehicles

Thursday, July 27, 2017 3:53 PM

Killer Deals: Save $70 to $200 instantly on Apple’s Mid 2017 MacBook Pros, plus no tax in 48 states

Wednesday, July 5, 2017 4:00 PM

New CIA ‘Vault 7’ leaks detail ‘Achilles’ and ‘SeaPea’ vulnerabilities for Snow Leopard, Lion

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Apple wins permission to start testing 5G for future iPhones & other devices

Thursday, July 27, 2017 3:00 PM

First look: Zungle Panther bone conducting Bluetooth speaker sunglasses

Thursday, July 27, 2017 2:39 PM

Global money service TransferWise adds Apple Pay support in US, other countries

Thursday, July 27, 2017 1:14 PM

Apple kills iPod nano, iPod shuffle lines after nearly 12 years of service

Thursday, July 27, 2017 12:29 PM

Apple doubles iPod touch storage to 32GB for $199, kills 16GB & 64GB models

Thursday, July 27, 2017 12:23 PM

Lowest Price Ever: 10.5″ iPad Pros for $599 with no tax in 48 states, plus $150-$350 off 12″ MacBooks, $50-$150 off Apple Watch 2

Thursday, July 27, 2017 12:06 PM

Apple pulls iPod nano, iPod shuffle from website, future uncertain

Thursday, July 27, 2017 12:05 PM

Leaked part could show Apple’s ‘iPhone 8’ wireless charging coil assembly

Thursday, July 27, 2017 10:44 AM

Google to merge Play Music & YouTube Red into new service

Thursday, July 27, 2017 10:28 AM

Unlike Roomba, Apple confirms it won’t upload, share or sell your home data from HomePod

Thursday, July 27, 2017 10:04 AM

Samsung hits record quarterly profits, likely briefly topping Apple ahead of ‘iPhone 8’

Thursday, July 27, 2017 9:25 AM

GoPro launches QuikStories automated video creation tool, rebrands GoPro app

Thursday, July 27, 2017 9:04 AM

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ActivePerl

ActivePerl Business and Enterprise Editions feature our precompiled, supported, quality-assured Perl distribution used by millions of developers around the world for easy Perl installation and quality-assured code. When you’re using Perl on production servers or mission-critical applications, ActivePerl Business and Enterprise Editions offer significant time savings over open source Perl for installing, managing, and standardizing your Perl .

Reduce Risk with Commercially Supported Perl

  • Comply with corporate policy requirements to have supported open source products
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Extended Platform and Version Support

ActivePerl Enterprise Edition extends your ability to develop applications for the following additional operating systems: Solaris, AIX, HP-UX.

Business and Enterprise Editions provide access to older Perl versions:

  • Convenient, worry free access to ActivePerl 5.24, 5.22, 5.20, 5.18, 5.16, 5.14, 5.12, 5.10, 5.8
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Tested, Timely and Compatible

Save time in your development cycles by starting with a precompiled Perl distribution for out-of-the-box installation and standardization across the operating systems you rely on, including Windows, Linux and Mac OS X (as well as Solaris, AIX, and HP-UX in Enterprise Edition). Develop once and deploy successfully across your production environment.

ActivePerl Business and Enterprise Editions include:

  • Precompiled Perl distribution for out-of-the-box installation, including ActivePerl 5.8, 5.10, 5.12, 5.14, 5.16, 5.18, 5.20, 5.22, 5.24
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We update all included modules to the latest version with every Enterprise build as well as providing timely security updates for critical issues. We provide customized builds for older versions of ActivePerl that are linked against OpenSSL 1.0.2g. Some older modules in our Perl Package Manager are still linked against 1.0.0b but we are continually upgrading to 1.0.2g as modules are rebuilt. Note that the 1.0.0 OpenSSL branch is not vulnerable to Heartbleed.

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Microsoft Readying New Mobile Device Push in 2017, Reports Say #microsoft, #windows #mobile #os, #smartphones,


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Microsoft Developing New Smartphones for Late 2017, News Reports Say

Rather than abandon it s struggling mobile phone business news leaks suggest the company is preparing new models for release in late 2017.

Microsoft may be following BlackBerry into smartphone obscurity, but the Redmond, Wash. software giant refuses to give up.

Windows clings to a scant 0.4 percent of the smartphone operating system (OS) market, according to Gartner’s latest analysis. Microsoft’s mobile OS ran on fewer than 1.5 million of the total 373 million smartphones sold worldwide in the third quarter of 2016. During the same quarter a year ago, Microsoft claimed sales of nearly 5.9 million Windows smartphones for a 1.7-percent share of the overall market.

Instead of throwing in the towel, news leaks suggest that Microsoft is making a renewed push to challenge the galaxy of Android devices and Apple iPhones that currently dominate the smartphone market.

Nokia Power User is reporting that Microsoft is readying a late-2017 Surface Phone launch. Judging by an early prototype, the device will sport a Snapdragon 835 processor and 6 GB of RAM.

Intriguingly, the smartphone is said to be able to run x86 applications in Continuum, a mode-switching technology present in Windows smartphones, like HP’s Elite x3 handset. Continuum delivers a desktop-like experience, complete with mouse and keyboard support, when connected to compatible docks, accessories and displays.

Eagle-eyed members of the Windows Insider early-access program have spotted possible evidence that Microsoft is working on x86-on-ARM64 emulation technology for its upcoming Windows 10 “Redstone 3” update. If successful, it will essentially enable ARM-based Windows devices to run x86 software, potentially allowing users to use full-featured Windows applications in Continuum mode.

So far, Microsoft has been able to install x86 apps using the emulation technology, but hasn’t yet been able to successfully run them, according to the report. Another early prototype sports just 4GB of RAM and runs a version of Windows 10 mobile that doesn’t support x86 Windows apps. Other features include Quick Charge 4.0 support and an estimated 5.5-inch QHD (quad high definition) screen.

Meanwhile, Microsoft’s CEO, Satya Nadella, has been signaling that his company is taking a step back from the consumer smartphone market and instead is focusing on productivity, security and device management for its next round of mobile devices.

“We will continue to be in the phone market not as defined by today’s market leaders, but by what it is that we can uniquely do in what is the most ultimate mobile device,” Nadella recently told The Australian Financial Review .

Microsoft’s checkered smartphone past includes the ill-fated acquisition of Nokia’s Devices and Services business, initiated in 2013 by Nadella’s predecessor, Steve Ballmer. In the summer of 2015, the company took a massive write-off related to the deal.

With what’s left of the Nokia handset business, Microsoft has “stopped doing things that were me-too and started doing things, even if they are today very sub-scale, to be very focused on a specific set of customers who need a specific set of capabilities that are differentiated and that we can do a good job of,” added Nadella.

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How to install Google s Chrome OS #chrome #os #virtual #machine


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How to install Google’s Chrome OS

First, if you just try looking for “Chrome OS download” on Google, ironically, you’re going to have trouble finding it. Instead, you’re most likely to find links that will eventually take you to Chrome OS Linux. This is not Google’s Chrome OS. It’s a Linux distribution that uses Chrome OS. It may be fine. I don’t know. I haven’t tried it, but it’s not the Chrome OS that you’re looking for.

The real Chrome OS, which is indeed based on Linux flavored by Ubuntu. is available as source code, along with build instructions, at the Chromium OS Developer Guide. If you’re not an experienced programmer with access to a 64-bit Linux system, Ubuntu 10.04 Long Term Support (LTS) version for choice, you don’t want to go this route though.

These images, but I’ll let Hexxen explain what they’re up to: “Each day at around 6PM GMT the latest code is downloaded automatically and compiled into images you can try out, containing the latest changes. You can get images in either USB, VirtualBox or VMware format. For the best experience, it’s recommended you use the USB images. If these don’t boot on your device then go ahead and try the VirtualBox or VMware image. These should always work (assuming the build wasn’t broken at the time they were built), but you’ll find they’re quite slow, because there’s no graphical acceleration.”

These builds are, in my experience, safe. They are not, however, stable. These are beta programs with all the foibles that come with betas. In addition, some of them will indeed prove to be broken. Welcome to life at programming’s cutting edge.

Personally, I run Chrome OS hard drive images on VirtualBox on one of my Dell Inspiron 530S test boxes. These are powered by a 2.2-GHz Intel Pentium E2200 dual-core processor with an 800-MHz front-side bus. It has 4GBs of RAM, a 500GB Serial ATA (SATA) drive, and an Integrated Intel 3100 GMA (Graphics Media Accelerator). But, for running Chrome as a VM, you can forget about the GMA. Chrome OS can’t use it.

Yep, sure enough. Chrome OS looks just like the Chrome Web Browser.

I also use the USB versions on my Dell Mini 9. For Chrome OS, this early model Ubuntu Linux netbook, with its 1.6Ghz single-core Intel Atom 270 Diamondville with a gigabyte of RAM and am 8GB solid state drive (SSD) and Diamondville’s built-in 945GSE graphics is underpowered. Still, Chrome OS works better on it than it does on a VM.

If I were you, and wanted to play with Chrome OS, I’d used a more up-to-date low-end notebook. Chrome OS will use local storage-unlike what some people seem to think-and it’s optimized for SSDs. You can run it on a laptop or desktop with a conventional hard drive, but in my own experience it clearly does better with SSDs.

So, ready to give it a try? Well be aware that it’s going to be a bumpy ride at time and that Chrome OS’ interface is essentially the same as the Chrome Web browser. You should know that you’re not going to see the kind of speed you’re used to with the Chrome Web browser. This is, one more time with feeling, a beta. But, if like me, your idea of a good time is playing with operating systems, you’re ready to go now. Good luck!