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Apple confirms: no xCloud and Stadia on iOS devices

Despite a long period of testing, neither Microsoft nor Google managed to convince Apple. In a recent statement to Business Insider, a company representative confirmed that iOS devices will not support Project ...
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Epic Games against Apple and Google: "have a monopoly on the mobile market"

Epic Games CEO Tim Sweeney talked about the monopoly that Google and Apple have with their mobile stores, Play Store and App Store respectively.
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WWDC 2020 - Apple announces MacOS Big Sur and says goodbye to Intel

During the night the annual Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) was held and obviously - being Apple - there were surprises and announcements dedicated to the MacOS world. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GEZhD3J89ZE Among the most important announcements ...

Ubisoft sues Google and Apple for selling a Rainbow clone ...

There are quite a few mobile games that tried their luck by stealing content or characters from other titles. This time, however, the situation precipitated: Ubisoft has in fact sued Google and ...

Michael Pachter returns to speak: "Nintendo should create a service like Apple Arcade"

Michael Pachter, a well-known analyst, said that Nintendo should make an Apple Arcade-style subscription to brush up on all of its titles.

Apple Maps will show test sites for Covid-19

Apple may soon make it easier to search for sites where they test Covid-19 in many countries. 9to5Mac has discovered that Apple has created a portal for healthcare professionals through which to add ...
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MacOS 10.15.4 is causing many problems

When it comes to problems after a system update, the first name that comes to mind is Windows 10. Microsoft's operating system is famous for the bug that every new version looks like ...
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Apple Stores closed until March 27, excluding China

With a release on the official website, Tim Cook announced the decision to close all the Apple Stores in the world until March 27th. Instead, they remain open in China, Taiwan, Macao and Hong Kong. The...
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Coronavirus, Apple and Nintendo agree to telework

After the illustrious examples of Microsoft and Bungie, Apple and Nintendo also agree to the practice of telework because of the coronavirus. At the moment it is only the US divisions of the two companies. Employees who ...
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Macs are more vulnerable to PC adware

Macs were once known as the safest malware computers. Their much lesser diffusion made them less attractive targets. But things seem to have changed. The Macs ...
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Facebook and Google targeted by the US antitrust

The Federal Trade Commission (or FTC, the US competition agency) has announced the launch of investigative procedures against Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Google (as well as the parent company Alphabet) and Microsoft. The antitrust agency has ...
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Apple gave up on implementing end-to-end on iCloud

Apple would have canceled its plans to implement full encryption of its users' backups to iCloud due to FBI concerns about possible interference with the federal agency's investigations. The decision...
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Does Apple enter the world of augmented reality with Valve?

According to some sources, Apple and Valve are collaborating to market an augmented reality device in the 2020.

The new Apple Mac Pro is a high-tech grater

During the WWDC 2019, Apple introduced the new third-generation Mac Pro, unleashing the web's irony with its grater-like design.

Huawei - The founder does not want China's ban on Apple

It's no secret that Huawei has been going through a difficult time lately. The US government has officially expressed its intention to limit the core business of the Chinese giant in the US. However the founder of ...

iPhone 2019 and iPad Pro - A new antenna system will improve calls and ...

As a rule, a new antenna system may not attract the attention of the average user as much as, for example, a triple lens rear camera. But, for its part, it could be useful in improving the quality ...

Street Fighter - Yoshinori Ono leaves Capcom

Yoshinori Ono has recently announced what Street Fighter fans did not want to hear: the director will leave his place within ...

Marvel's Avengers, big drops in frame rates in the beta for PlayStation ...

According to some tests carried out with the Marvel's Avengers beta, currently the game on PlayStation 4 has noticeable drops in frame rate.

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