Apple has rolled out its Apple One subscription bundle, which combines several services — including Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, and Apple Arcade — for a single monthly price. Apple One also includes additional iCloud storage, with the allotment going up the more you pay.
Apple One comes in three different tiers:
Individual ($14.95 / month): Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 50GB of iCloud storage
Family ($19.95 / month): Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, and 200GB of iCloud storage
Premier ($29.95 / month): Apple Music, Apple TV Plus, Apple Arcade, Apple News Plus, Apple Fitness Plus (coming later this year), and 2TB of iCloud storage
Both the Family and Premier plans can be shared with up to five other people...
(University of Texas at Arlington) OSA, a professional association of individuals and companies with an interest in optics and photonics, recognized Weidong Zhou 'for significant contributions to photonic crystal membrane lasers and hybrid nanomembrane optoelectronics.'
Chloe Gray lost her mother and aunt to the coronavirus. The family lives in Marion County, Florida, where the sheriff banned masks in his department.
Yesterday, we had the biggest day of the year for all Huawei enthusiasts all there. The company finally revealed the Huawei Mate 40 series in ...
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On Nov. 9, the price of a single Joy-Con controller for the Nintendo Switch falls to $40.
Besieged Chinese telecoms giant Huawei grew its revenues by 9.9% in the first nine months of this year, much less than the 24% of the tear-ago period.
Lenovo’s here to stun their fans with the world’s first foldable display laptop – Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Fold in China. The company has launched such ...
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I love ereaders, but regular books are better. I’m not saying Kindles and the like aren’t worth your time, far from it. They’re amazing. Take, for example, my Kindle Paperwhite. It hold thousands of books, so I’m never at a loss for something to read. The backlight means I can devour novels in low-light. It’s easy to hold, so I can get comfortable everywhere. What’s not to like? Well, I’ll tell you: it doesn’t make me look smart. Books, and let’s be honest here, are a PR tool. Like… have you ever actually read a book? Me neither. Instead, I spend around 12… This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Kindle
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"This isn't Donald Trump's country, it is yours," Klobuchar said. "This shouldn't be Donald Trump's judge, it should be yours."
“Needless to say, you can see for yourself.”
Pence interrupted Harris twice as often during Wednesday night's vice-presidential debate, prompting criticism from the CNN analyst Borger.
Managing Director at cyber incident response company Arete IR, Marc Bleicher discusses the best ways to approach a ransomware attack.
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Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna turned an oddity into a revolution.
(University of California - Irvine) In a new paper in Advanced Biosystems, researchers at the University of California, Irvine describe how they combined artificial intelligence, microfluidics and nanoparticle inkjet printing in a device that enables the examination and differentiation of cancers and healthy tissues at the single-cell level.
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Spoiler: It isn't a Brita pitcher.
The new Microsoft Flight Simulator is an immersive beast of a PC game, and we can only imagine how immersive it might get in VR — but you might not have to imagine much longer, because Microsoft has just opened signups (via Eurogamer) for a closed beta of the virtual reality experience.
There are quite a few requirements if you want to be considered, though. Not only do you have to own the game, have a Windows Mixed Reality headset, be a registered Microsoft Flight Simulator “Insider” and sign an NDA, you’ll need a slightly beefier PC than the base game — with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 or better sporting 8GB of VRAM, as well as 16GB of system memory.
And, you’ll need to prove your PC qualifies by submitting your DxDiag (press your...
Lots of companies think VTOLs are the future, even though the process still feels a tad inefficient.