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Tales from the very first iPhone line

Ars Technica - 27 min 53 sec ago

Enlarge / Steve Ballmer and my buddies Jason and Matt. Matt doesn't really have anything to do with this story, but he was in the picture with Jason so he gets to be in the intro image too. (credit: Aurich Lawson)

June 29, 2007 is hot. Texas hot.

I’m hunched beneath an ugly orange awning that features the blue Death Star logo, getting what shade I can out of the thing as it flaps limply in a breeze hot and damp as dog's breath. Behind my back is the cool glass of a store window, on which you can still see the fading outline of recently removed “CINGULAR STORE” vinyl banners. It’s not quite 90F—that’s about 32C for you Celsius fans—but the 90 percent humidity robs the shade of almost all of its comfort. The world is a slowly baking convection oven and the glass I’m leaning on is the only nice thing in it.

A friendly lady from the cosmetics store next door is making the rounds again with bottles of water from a wicker basket, along with coupons for mascara. Her mascara looks solid in spite of the dripping humidity, so I take a coupon.

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Speaking in Tech: Yes, they <i>advised</i> me to turn my phone off...

The Register - 1 hour 1 min ago
Podcast Airplane mode: Yes or no?

AWS Summit London queues caused by security, not snafu

The Register - 1 hour 12 min ago
Ultimate Britishness experience – wet, grey skies and a huge wait just to be disappointed

The AWS Summit in London has opened – and queues of several hundred people are already building around the venue as rumours of an IT failure on the ticket desks swirl.…

Samsung’s fiery Galaxy Note 7 to rise from the ashes as the “Fandom Edition”

Ars Technica - 1 hour 28 min ago

There have been whispers for some time that Samsung is planning to resurrect the fallen Galaxy Note 7, and now the ever-reliable Wall Street Journal has come out with a report detailing Samsung's plan. The existing, non-exploded Note 7 carcasses will be refurbished into the "Galaxy Note 7 FE."

The "FE" stands for "Fandom Edition," and the first batch of 400,000 units is due to hit South Korean shelves on July 7th. Additionally, the report says, a "relatively modest" inventory will be available in other countries, with the exact locations yet to be announced. The latest recall totals from the report say Samsung was forced to recall three million Galaxy Note 7s, so that's still a lot of devices that are unaccounted for.

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'Homecoming' director Jon Watts knows how Spider-Man feels - CNET - News - 1 hour 29 min ago
With great power comes great responsibility -- especially if you're in charge of a big-budget Marvel blockbuster.

Dixons Carphone stirs PC Curry, reports 10% profit gravy

The Register - 1 hour 32 min ago
Record £500m full-year figure for borg

Dixons Carphone reported a bumper year, with profits up 10 per cent to £501m for its preliminary results 2016/17.…

Qualcomm's Snapdragon 450 makes $200 phones faster, last longer - CNET - News - 1 hour 53 min ago
The new chip promises better battery life, graphics and performance over its previous iteration, the Snapdragon 435.

Rural America's Future Is Riding on a Cell Signal

Wired - 1 hour 53 min ago
Rural areas can and should benefit from the tech boom—but first, they need basic internet connectivity and cell service.

Arrests in UK over Microsoft scam calls

BBC Technology News - 1 hour 58 min ago
Two men and two women are arrested after a probe into an IT support scam.

Twitter detects riots faster than police, study says - CNET - News - 2 hours 6 min ago
Twitter can pick up on crime more than an hour faster than the police do via reports, says researchers at Cardiff University.

Met Police laggards still have 18,000 Windows XP machines in use

The Register - 2 hours 19 min ago
Never fear – they're moving to, er, Windows 8.1 instead

Thousands of Metropolitan Police computers are still running Windows XP more than a year after the force promised to upgrade them, mayor Sadiq Khan has admitted in response to a Greater London Assembly question.…

This man had the chip from his travel card implanted under his skin

BBC Technology News - 3 hours 17 min ago
Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow asked a professional piercer to put his Opal card chip into his left hand.

Looking for an Ubuntu Unity close cousin? Elementary, my dear...

The Register - 3 hours 28 min ago
Matching DNA and personality types

Ubuntu's Unity interface is gone, which means there's one less desktop to choose from in Linux-land. And while dozens remain to choose from, Unity was one of the most polished out there. Many will miss its detail and design.…

Facebook's whitebox-all-the-network-things TIP project flexes tentacles

The Register - 4 hours 27 min ago
Plus BT evaluates startups. Good luck, network kit giants

Comment Hard on the heels of Orange's Telecom Track, which will support network infrastructure startups in association with Facebook's Telecom Infra Project (TIP), BT is evaluating startups for a similar scheme.…

'Andy Warhol's throwing knives' spark some colorful jokes - CNET - News - 4 hours 41 min ago
The TSA took somebody's rainbow knives, and Instagram commenters were on point with their sharp responses.

Facebook hit two billion users today and SugarCRM reminded us <i>you</i> are Zuck's product

The Register - 4 hours 55 min ago
Sugar's 'Hint' scraping service populates sales profiles by scraping 70 data sources

Facebook's hit two billion users. Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to his creation on Wednesday to share the news.…

Tanks for the memories: Building a post-Microsoft Office cloud suite

The Register - 5 hours 25 min ago
Redmond owned it, Google invaded. Your options

Analysis Microsoft for decades not only defined personal productivity and team collaboration using Office, Outlook and Exchange – it kept the competition at arm’s length.…

Nest Cam IQ review - CNET - Reviews - 5 hours 27 min ago
The Nest Cam IQ's 4K sensor improves image quality, but most DIYers won't want to pay.

VMware prepping NSX-as-a-service running from the public cloud

The Register - 5 hours 54 min ago
VMworld content catalog lists live AWS services, Cross Cloud and OpenStack 4.0

The content catalog for VMworld 2017 has appeared and as usual offers a few hints about announcements at the show and the company's future plans.…

'Bio-hacker' embeds public transport ticket under his skin

The Register - 6 hours 26 min ago
But the transport authority says that invalidates the card

Killjoys at the public transport authority in the Australian State of New South Wales are warning users of stored-value-for-public-transport "Opal Card" that turning them into implants invalidates the card.…

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