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When UX designers mix it up with developers: Microsoft’s experience

IT professionals need to become more intimately engaged with user experience (UX) designers — the end result is software that is much more appealing, more conducive to productivity, and less likely to become shelfware. Corporate end-users would like to see the easy-to-navigate, click-and-done interfaces they see as consumers at work as well. But workplace solutions are often clunky, frustrating, and… Read more →

InvisibleShield Glass Elite Privacy for the Apple iPhone 11 Pro: Protecting your phone from drops and prying eyes

Pad & Quill Lowry Cuff Edition for Apple Watch: 3-piece aviator band offers style and quality There are some extremely expensive cuff style bands for the Apple Watch, but thankfully the folks at Pad & Quill offer an affordable, exquisitely constructed handmade leather option … Source Article from Glass Elite Privacy for the Apple iPhone 11 Pro: Protecting your… Read more →

Apple neutered ad blockers in Safari, but unlike Chrome, users didn’t say a thing

There’s been much said about Google’s supposed plans to limit the power of ad blockers in Chrome, but something similar has already happened in Safari, and not that many people have noticed, let alone criticize Apple. Over the course of the last year and a half, Apple has effectively neutered ad blockers in Safari, something that Google has been heavily… Read more →

How to fix iOS 13 Mail bugs on the iPhone

If you’ve upgraded to iOS 13 then you may have discovered that the Mail app is behaving a little oddly, which is a bit of a nuisance if you rely on this app for work. Must read: iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max: What are the differences? The most annoying bug seems to be the “no… Read more →

Here’s what’s inside your new iPhone 11

Inside the iPhone 11 Pro Max iFixit Some things change, some things stay the same. When it comes to the all-new iPhone 11, a teardown reveals that there’s a lot of new technology powering Apple’s latest flagship smartphone. So, what’s inside Apple’s new iPhone 11? Let’s take a look at what the teardown veterans at iFixit found inside a hot… Read more →

Google’s public image disconnect: Smart engineers and dumb algorithms

Half of Google searches don’t produce a single click: Why is that? Google’s content-scraping and featured snippets in search seem to be removing the need for users to click through to other websites. Google looks smart and its people behave smart, but that doesn’t mean its algorithms are smart. Machine learning works well when it comes to images, not language…. Read more →

Facebook suspended tens of thousands of apps from 400 developers

As part of its promise to investigate apps that had access to large amounts of user data, Facebook announced today that it suspended tens of thousands of apps from about 400 developers. “This is not necessarily an indication that these apps were posing a threat to people,” said Ime Archibong, VP of Product Partnerships at Facebook. “Many were not live… Read more →