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Parallels issues second Technical Preview for M1 Macs with new features, bug fixes

Parallels on Tuesday released a second Technical Preview of its virtualization software for M1-equipped Macs.Credit: ParallelsThe updated Technical Preview introduces new features and improvements, including support for suspending and resuming a virtual machine, support for installing Parallels Tools in several Linux distributions, and automatic detection of compatible Linux installation images. Read more

February 16, 2021 11:00 p.m., AppleInsider, Permalink

February 16, 2021 11:00 pm

iOS 14.5 adds new Shortcuts actions for taking screenshots, changing orientation lock, more

iOS 14.5 beta has been surprising us with several new features, including new options to unlock the iPhone using the Apple Watch, changing the default music player for Siri, and more. With the release of iOS 14.5 beta 2 earlier today, Apple added new actions to the Shortcuts app for taking screenshots, changing orientation lock, and even changing cellular data mode. more ...

02/16/2021 10:46 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

North Dakota senate votes down anti-App Store bill first given to lawmaker by Epic Games lobbyist

Last week we heard Apple’s take on a new North Dakota Senate bill that would have forced the company to allow iPhone owners to sideload apps and use alternative in-app payment options. Just today, the state’s senate has voted down the proposal but similar legislation is under consideration in Arizona and Georgia. It's also come to light where the North Dakota bill draft legislation came from - an Epic Games lobbyist. more ...

02/16/2021 10:10 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

February 16, 2021 10:00 pm

February 16, 2021 9:00 p.m.

Trello has a new look, logo and tools

Trello today rolled out a & quot; once-in-a-decade refresh & quot; of its project management software, adding new visualization options and smarter cards to the platform. There are four new viewing modes for Trello boards: timeline, calendar, table and d

February 16, 2021 8:46 p.m., Engadget, Permalink

Holding frame for AM4: Protection against tearing out the CPU and cooler

With Thermalright and Gelid, two manufacturers independently offer a special mounting plate for the AMD socket AM4, which is intended to prevent processors from being unintentionally pulled out of the receptacle when the cooler is converted. This prevents the sensitive pins from bending.

February 16, 2021 8:46 p.m., ComputerBase, Permalink

IBM plans to produce net-zero greenhouse emissions by 2030

IBM’s operations won’t produce greenhouse emissions by the end of the decade. That’s the goal of the company’s latest climate pledge, in which, unlike some other companies, it emphasized the importance of preventing emissions before they occur. By 20

February 16, 2021 8:10 p.m., Engadget, Permalink

EasyPark: Finding and paying for parking spaces now also via Apple CarPlay

Being able to book digital parking tickets via app is a relatively new matter and is now supported by many parking lot apps. Unfortunately, the selection of providers has grown over the course of time, so that you have to ask yourself which application is supported in the local parking lots, especially on vacation or in a foreign city. HandyParken [...]

February 16, 2021 8:01 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

02/16/2021 8:00 p.m.

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02/16/2021 7:54 p.m., macprime, Permalink

Second beta for iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5, tvOS 14.5 and watchOS 7.4

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02/16/2021 7:54 p.m., macprime, Permalink

Deep dive looks at how thread could be the future of HomeKit

Thread has emerged over the last year as the latest way for smart home devices to communicate. Apple built-in support for the protocol with the HomePod mini and we're seeing a variety of third-party smart home products from Eve and Nanoleaf introduce support. Now Eve has shared a nice deep dive on thread, the advantages of the P2P smart home device protocol, and why it could be the future of HomeKit. more ...

02/16/2021 7:46 p.m., 9to5Mac, Permalink

Apple Offering Discounts on Fitness Subscription Apps for Apple Card Users

Apple today began offering special app discounts and perks to Apple Card holders, a feature that appears to be new to the service. There are several Fitness-focused apps that are available at discounted prices or with an extended free trial for ‌Apple Card‌ users. Apple is offering an extended 60-day free trial for the Strava app, 40 percent off an annual subscription for Ten Percent Happier, 50 percent off an annual subscription for Sleep Cycle, and 50 percent off an annual Lifesum subscription. All of these deals are exclusive to ‌Apple Card‌ holders and can be redeemed using links that are provided in the emails that are going out to ‌Apple Card‌ users. Apple has offered a similar one-time discount for Panera Bread in the past, but the wording of the email suggests that going forward, Apple may be providing new offers on a monthly basis. The email also highlights ‌Apple Card‌ Monthly Installment payments for Apple Watch and extra trade-in savings that are availab

February 16, 2021 7:45 p.m., Macrumors, Permalink

iOS 14.5, watchOS 7.4 and tvOS 14.5: Apple distributes the second beta

Two weeks ago Apple launched the latest beta phase and released a first test version of iOS 14.5. iOS 14.5 Beta 1 also received an update last week, but without increasing the beta counter by one. This was done this evening, so registered developers can now load iOS 14.5 and other systems in the second beta. It trades

February 16, 2021 7:36 pm, MacTechNews, Permalink

Arlo Video Doorbell in the test: The wireless version can do that

At the beginning of the month we invited three readers to take a closer look at the wireless version of the Arlo Video Doorbell. Before we publish the impressions of the three testers in a separate article, I would like to share with you my own impressions about the camera today. It is definitely not my first smart doorbell. To […]

February 16, 2021 7:10 p.m., appgefahren.de, permalink

Apple issues second developer betas for iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5, tvOS 14.5, and watchOS 7.4

Apple has provided developers with its second round of betas for iOS 14.5, iPadOS 14.5, tvOS 14.5, and watchOS 7.4. The newest builds can be downloaded via the Apple Developer Center for those enrolled in the test program, or via an over-the- air update on devices running the beta software. Public betas typically arrive within a few days of the developer versions, via the Apple Beta Software Program website. Apple issued the first generation of the current betas on February 1, though a re-issue of the first iOS 14.5 beta was provided on February 4 .Read more

February 16, 2021 7:09 pm, AppleInsider, Permalink

February 16, 2021 7:00 p.m.

Size matters: Microsoft is bringing the Office app to the iPad

Microsoft has now made its Office app available in a special iPad version. However, users of an iPad Pro cannot use the app with a free account. Microsoft's Office app for iOS and Android devices has been available for download in the corresponding app stores since February 2020. This means that the Microsoft applications Word, Excel and Powerpoint can be found under one roof. When the iOS version of the Office app was announced, the US software giant also announced an app version specially adapted for the iPad. After months of reading on t3n.de

February 16, 2021 6:37 pm, t3n, Permalink

LastPass Limiting Free Accounts to Either Computer or Phone

Password management software LastPass is changing for free users, with the company today announcing that it no longer plans to provide free access on both computers and mobile devices. Instead, those using the free plan must choose a device type to use the service with. Starting on March 16, 2021, those who do not pay for LastPass will need to decide if they want to use LastPass on mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad or on computers. Choosing ‌iPhone‌ and ‌iPad‌ will disable access on laptops and desktop computers, and choosing computers will disable access on mobile devices. To use LastPass on all devices, a LastPass Premium account is required. LastPass Premium is priced starting at $ 3 per month when billed annually. LastPass is offering a discount at the current time that brings the price down to $ 2.25 per month. For free users, the first login on or after March 16 will set the active device type, and LastPass is providing three opportunities to switch preferred devices. Along w

February 16, 2021 6:36 pm, Macrumors, Permalink

KDE Plasma 5.21: The modular Linux desktop gets even better in detail

With the new kickoff start menu, a new standard theme and major advances in support of the Wayland display server protocol, the modular Linux desktop KDE Plasma 5.21 is even better in detail. Especially beneath the surface, the new version represents much more than just a detail improvement.

February 16, 2021 6:19 p.m., ComputerBase, Permalink

Change or add WhatsApp group admin - that's how it works

The administrator of the group determines who is allowed to circulate in a WhatsApp group. A group administrator can also give the other participants administration rights so that they can then add or remove people. We'll show you here on GIGA how you determine other admins in a group chat.

02/16/2021 6:18 p.m., MacNews, Permalink

Allegations against TikTok: disregard of user rights and child protection laws

TikTok has become one of the most popular social media platforms in recent years. The app from the Chinese company ByteDance is particularly popular with young people. Apart from the success of the video network, however, the critical voices are increasing. In addition to data protection concerns, there were also accusations that the platform disregarded child protection laws. Some EU verb

February 16, 2021 6:09 p.m., MacTechNews, Permalink

Bowers & Wilkins Formation: New Music App Offers More Flexibility

Anyone who owns a Bowers & Wilkins Formation-enabled product can now access an expanded number of music streaming services. The B&W Music App (App Store link) is now available for iOS and Android users and, with the launch, offers support for Qobuz, TIDAL, TuneIn, Dash Radio, NTS Radio and SoundCloud. In the coming months, Bowers & [...]

February 16, 2021 6:01 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

February 16, 2021 6:00 p.m.

First Covid-19 antigen test with iPhone evaluation within reach

The company Kroger Health from Cincinnati has applied to the US health authorities for approval for a Covid-19 antigen rapid test, which users can then carry out on their smartphone. This means that tests no longer necessarily have to be carried out by specialist staff in clinics (or pharmacies). In a press release, Kroger Health informs that the "Federal Drug Administration" (FDA), ie [...]

February 16, 2021 5:37 pm, MACNOTES.DE, Permalink

Epic Games behind North Dakota’s anti-App Store bill

Lobbyists working for Epic Games and the Coalition for App Fairness are pushing a bill in the North Dakota senate that would force Apple to open up the App Store. Senate Bill 2333, as reported by The New York Times and Kotaku, would stipulate that us

February 16, 2021 5:28 pm, Engadget, Permalink

DWD WarnWetter now with dark mode

The DWD WarnWetter app (App Store link) from the German Weather Service should, in my opinion, be part of the basic equipment. The download is free, if you want to receive comprehensive data, you have to pay 1.99 euros once. With the update to version 3.3, the developers submit a dark mode, which is not quite as dark. Instead of using black colors [...]

February 16, 2021 5:10 p.m., appgefahren.de, permalink

Apple iPhone 13 mini expected

An Apple iPhone 13 mini as the successor to the iPhone 12 mini is expected, even if the smallest model in the iPhone 12 range is reported to have poor sales. Apple is said to have reduced production of the iPhone 12 mini by two million pieces in favor of the iPhone 12 Pro, according to an investment note from the investment bank

February 16, 2021 5:10 p.m., apfelnews, permalink

Report: Foldable iPhone will be released in 2023 - with pencil support

Samsung has it, Huawei too, and Motorola also offers it: a smartphone that can be folded in one way or another. Apple, on the other hand, has so far remained true to the traditional form factor for the iPhone. However, it is certain that a future flagship from Cupertino will also be foldable at some point. Foldable iPhone already in the durability test? Leakers and analysts like

February 16, 2021 5:09 pm, MacTechNews, Permalink

February 16, 2021 5:00 p.m.

Crazy tariff promotion: Get 20 GB LTE now for less than 15 euros

Anyone who uses many online services usually also needs a mobile phone tariff with a large volume of data. The provider Handy.de currently offers a tariff with a volume of 20 GB for only 14.99 euros monthly basic fee. For whom this tariff is suitable, we clarify in this article.

February 16, 2021 4:55 pm, CHIP, Permalink

Messe Hannover: Telekom builds 5G for the largest exhibition center in the world

The Hanover exhibition center is to be fully equipped with 5G and with a hybrid approach consisting of a private campus network with its own frequencies and a public mobile network for visitors. The Lower Saxony Ministry of Digitization is supporting the 5G expansion with over 2.8 million euros.

February 16, 2021 4:55 pm, ComputerBase, Permalink

WhatsApp - but safe: This is how the Facebook data octopus can be used safely

WhatsApp has never been criticized as harshly as it is today. Of course, there are better alternatives to WhatsApp, but even if you want to switch, many users are still stuck in WhatsApp groups. We show how you can seal WhatsApp as best you can and how far data protection can be adjusted in the app.

02/16/2021 4:46 p.m., CHIP, Permalink

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February 16, 2021 4:27 p.m., macprime, Permalink

New build for macOS Big Sur 11.2.1

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February 16, 2021 4:27 p.m., macprime, Permalink

Lunar: Adaptive brightness control for external screens

As a rule, the brightness control of external monitors connected to the Mac is controlled via the settings of the Mac. A manual adjustment is unfortunately not possible in the normal way. It looks different when you use the small application Lunar for macOS: Lunar allows you to make your own settings for the respective display. To this end, [...]

February 16, 2021 4:01 p.m., appgefahren.de, Permalink

February 16, 2021 4:00 p.m.

Apple Wins Patent for iPhone Display With Variable Refresh Rates Up to 240Hz

A new Apple patent published today by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office an iPhone display that, with high refresh mode enabled, may be capable of updating content at two times, three times, or even four times the native refresh rate, as reported by Patently Apple. For example, an ‌iPhone‌ with a 60Hz display would be able to increase its variable refresh rate to 120Hz, 180Hz, or 240Hz automatically. For those unfamiliar, refresh rate refers to how many times a display refreshes every second (the higher the refresh rate, the smoother the content on the display will be.) All current iPhones have a refresh rate of 60Hz, but starting in 2017, all iPad Pro models feature ProMotion technology, enabling a variable refresh rate of up to 120Hz. Rumors of 120Hz coming to the iPhone 12 proved to be untrue, but there is renewed confidence that ProMotion will make an appearance on the iPhone 13. During the rumor mill last year, some claimed that the ‌iPhone 12‌ would automatically switch

February 16, 2021 3:36 pm, Macrumors, Permalink