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‘Royal Bank of Scotland manipuleert reviews in App Store’


De Royal Bank of Scotland wordt ervan verdacht neppe reviews te hebben geplaatst in de App Store. Hard bewijs ontbreekt, maar er zijn aanwijzingen.

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Clips bevat nu Memoji, Animoji en meer


Met de update die vandaag is uitgebracht van Clips, de gratis app van Apple om video’s te maken op iPhone en iPad, genieten gebruikers nu ook van leuke en creatieve Memoji- en Animoji-figuren. Gebruikers kunnen nu eenvoudig persoonlijke videoboodschappen, diavoorstellingen,…

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Einde voor AppleNieuws.com


Na een leuke en interessante periode van bijna 8 jaar, met meer dan 2300 nieuwsberichten, meer dan 30 gepubliceerde reviews, en live tekstverslaggeving van de meeste keynote-presentaties, hebben we besloten om te stoppen met deze website, AppleNieuws.com.  We konden rekenen op meer dan 600 geregistreerde gebruikers, en konden zelfs meer dan 1000 gebruikers plezieren met [...]

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    Goodbye from MacNN, and Managing Editor Mike Wuerthele


    This is it. The last unique words on the MacNN homepage, barring some miracle. Hey gang, I'm Mike Wuerthele, and I've been your host here for the last couple of years, so it's only fitting that I'm the one turning off the lights....

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    Apple Concerned Ex-Employees Accused of Theft of Trade Secrets Will Flee to China


    Apple today asked a federal court to continue monitoring two Chinese-born former employees accused of stealing trade secrets, citing "deep concerns" that the two could attempt to flee the country before their trials.

    According to Reuters, prosecutors argued that Xiaolang Zhang and Jizhong Chen should have their locations monitored because they are flight risks.


    Zhang was charged with theft of trade secrets back in July 2018 after he attempted to steal data on the car project that Apple has in the works. Prior to when he was caught, Zhang worked on Apple's compute team, designing and testing circuit boards to analyze sensor data in autonomous vehicles.

    Zhang had "broad access to secure and confidential internal databases," and after announcing his plans to leave Apple for China-based XMotors, an investigation was launched due to suspicious behavior. Just ahead of leaving, Zhang accessed sensitive content that included prototypes, power requirements, low voltage requirements, battery systems, and more. Zhang was ultimately arrested at the airport in July 2018 attempting to leave for China.

    In a separate incident, Apple caught Jizhong Chen, another Apple employee, taking photographs "in a sensitive workspace." After launching an investigation, Apple security officials found that Chen's personal computer contained "thousands" of Apple Car-related files, including manuals, schematics, photographs, and diagrams.

    Chen had recently applied for a position with a China-based autonomous vehicle company and was arrested for theft of trade secrets one day before he was set to fly to China. Recently, it was also discovered that Chen had classified files from the Patriot missile program that belonged to Raytheon, his ex-employer.

    Both men have been monitored electronically after being released on bail ahead of their trials, and they are now seeking to have that monitoring end. The lawyer for the men has said that they have not shown signs of violating pre-trial conditions thus far and did not actually share Apple's intellectual property with a third party.

    The lawyer has also argued that each man was going to China to visit relatives, not to escape prosecution, and that both have strong ties to the United States. Chen and Zhang are both facing multi-year prison terms and hefty fines if convicted.


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    Apple concerned former employees accused of stealing 'Apple Car' trade secrets will flee before trial


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    Apple representatives on Monday appeared in federal court to ensure the locations of two former employees accused of stealing trade secrets are continuously monitored, arguing the pair pose flight risks.

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    Kool Tools: Songmaker Kit


    ROLI’s Songmaker Kit (www.ROLI.com) is a portable music studio for creating a track anywhere. It combines the Seaboard Block and Lightpad Block M, two cutting-edge controllers.

    The tactile, touch-responsive surfaces of these Blocks — both released within the past year — introduce a new way to shape sound and create songs. The Loop Block, which helps to record tracks and toggle between sounds, completes the kit.

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