Opinion – After 2,162 Consecutive Days of Logging, I’m Leaving MyFitnessPal for Lose It!

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As of this morning, I have logged at least one meal into MyFitnessPal every day for 2,162 days straight. That is 5 years and 9 months if you are keeping score. It is an app that has been a key part of me losing nearly 100 pounds over the past decade and an app that … Read moreOpinion – After 2,162 Consecutive Days of Logging, I’m Leaving MyFitnessPal for Lose It!

Apple to Require 2-Factor Authentication on Developer Accounts Starting February 27

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Apple has informed developers that starting February 27, 2019, 2-Factor Authentication (2FA) will be required on their accounts for additional security. Apple informed devs that the move is to not only keep their accounts security but is also aimed to prevent third-parties from being able to access their accounts. Developers were informed by email yesterday … Read moreApple to Require 2-Factor Authentication on Developer Accounts Starting February 27

Apparently Apple has Signed Up Publishers for the Apple News Subscription Service

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Oh the drama…. It seems that Apple has been able to get publishers to sign up for their new Apple News subscription service after all. Recode is reporting that many publishers have signed up to be a part of the new subscription service, betting that Apple will be able to sign up “millions” to the … Read moreApparently Apple has Signed Up Publishers for the Apple News Subscription Service

Apple Reportedly Planning a March 25 Event to Launch Apple News Subscription Service

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The past 24 hours have seen a lot of Apple News subscription stories come out and the latest may be culmination of them all. Buzz Feed News is reporting that Apple is planning an event on March 25 at the Steve Jobs Theater. That event is said to specifically be for the launch of Apple’s new news … Read moreApple Reportedly Planning a March 25 Event to Launch Apple News Subscription Service

Apple Reportedly Asking for 50% Revenue Share on Apple News Subscription

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It has been well documented that Apple has a new subscription service coming to Apple News. It is also known that negotiations on that service with publishers have been long and tedious. We now may know why. According to a report in the Wall Street Journal, Apple is asking for 50% of the revenue on a $10 … Read moreApple Reportedly Asking for 50% Revenue Share on Apple News Subscription

Apple Announces Apple Health Records to be Available for Veterans

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Apple has announced a major benefits for United States veterans. After working with the US Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), the Cupertino tech giant has announced that Apple Health Records on iPhone will be available to veterans. This means that for the first time, veterans receiving care through the Veterans Health Administration can securely view … Read moreApple Announces Apple Health Records to be Available for Veterans

“Mark as Played” Feature Coming to Apple Podcasts in iOS 12.2

Mark As Played Feature in Apple Podcasts in iOS 12.2

A handy new feature in Apple Podcasts will be makings it way to you with iOS 12.2. With the next update to iOS, a “Mark as Played” feature will be available in the company’s podcasts app. While the feature isn’t revolutionary – many other podcasts apps have it – it is a welcome addition to … Read more“Mark as Played” Feature Coming to Apple Podcasts in iOS 12.2

Texas Bill Would Make it Illegal to Throttle Data in Disasters

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Texas State Representative Bobby Guerra has introduced a bill in the Texas House of Representatives that would make it illegal for carriers to throttle data in disaster areas. The proposed bill comes in the wake of the California wildfires in 2018. It was discovered that Verizon was throttling data usage that impacted fire fighters during … Read moreTexas Bill Would Make it Illegal to Throttle Data in Disasters

Apple Hires Obstetrician to Bolster Apple Health Efforts in Women’s Health

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Apple continues to bolster the staff around Apple Health with their latest hire. Obstetrician Dr. Christine Curry has recently joined the team as Apple continues to focus efforts around Women’s health. Dr. Curry comes to Apple from Kaiser Permanente in California and will be joining the team that works in the company’s AC Wellness clinics. … Read moreApple Hires Obstetrician to Bolster Apple Health Efforts in Women’s Health

Netflix Brings Smart Downloads Feature to iOS in Latest Update

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After launching on Android last year, Netflix has finally brought its Smart Downloads feature to iOS. The feature, which automatically downloads the next episode of a TV series to your iPhone or iPad, is available in the latest version of the Netflix app. Smart Downloads is aimed at giving you uninterrupted binging. When the feature … Read moreNetflix Brings Smart Downloads Feature to iOS in Latest Update