PassiveTech https://passivetech.com Latest Tech News, Tools, Tips,& Tricks Wed, 22 Nov 2017 00:38:05 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=4.9 https://passivetech.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/05/cropped-ptech512-32x32.jpg PassiveTech https://passivetech.com 32 32 Divergent 3D taps a Chinese-led investment syndicate for up to $107 million in new funding https://passivetech.com/divergent-3d-taps-a-chinese-led-investment-syndicate-for-up-to-107-million-in-new-funding/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:37:20 +0000 http://techcrunch.com/?p=1570281  On a lonely stretch of road just off the highway in Torrance, Calif. employees at Divergent 3D are hard at work plotting a revolution in vehicle manufacturing. Inside the nondescript office building, chief executive Kevin Czinger and his staff are laying the groundwork for the creation of a more environmentally sustainable, flexible and customizable means of making vehicles. Read More

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New York AG blasts FCC for refusing to help fight net neutrality spam https://passivetech.com/new-york-ag-blasts-fcc-for-refusing-to-help-fight-net-neutrality-spam/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:34:00 +0000 https://www.engadget.com/2017/11/21/new-york-blasts-fcc-over-net-neutrality-spam-fight/ Were you frustrated that the FCC did nothing to look into bots flooding its public comment system with anti-net neutrality spam before deciding to kill net neutrality? So was New York. State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has posted an open lette…

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You Can Now Send 4K Photos Using Facebook Messenger https://passivetech.com/you-can-now-send-4k-photos-using-facebook-messenger-3/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:28:13 +0000 http://www.makeuseof.com/?p=711164

Facebook is introducing a new feature aimed at smartphone photographers. Which describes 99% of us. Facebook is upping the maximum resolution Messenger supports, from 2K to 4K, meaning you can now send and receive photos at full resolution without Messenger compressing them. I’m old enough to remember a time when viewing a photo online would cost you both time and money. Time, because said photo took an age to load, and money, because metered internet connections were evil. And now, in 2017, you can send 4K photos using Facebook Messenger. What a time to be alive. Smartphone Photography Is Everything…

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You Can Now Send 4K Photos Using Facebook Messenger https://passivetech.com/you-can-now-send-4k-photos-using-facebook-messenger-2/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:28:13 +0000 http://www.makeuseof.com/?p=711164

Facebook is introducing a new feature aimed at smartphone photographers. Which describes 99% of us. Facebook is upping the maximum resolution Messenger supports, from 2K to 4K, meaning you can now send and receive photos at full resolution without Messenger compressing them. I’m old enough to remember a time when viewing a photo online would cost you both time and money. Time, because said photo took an age to load, and money, because metered internet connections were evil. And now, in 2017, you can send 4K photos using Facebook Messenger. What a time to be alive. Smartphone Photography Is Everything…

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You Can Now Send 4K Photos Using Facebook Messenger https://passivetech.com/you-can-now-send-4k-photos-using-facebook-messenger/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:28:13 +0000 http://www.makeuseof.com/?p=711164

Facebook is introducing a new feature aimed at smartphone photographers. Which describes 99% of us. Facebook is upping the maximum resolution Messenger supports, from 2K to 4K, meaning you can now send and receive photos at full resolution without Messenger compressing them. I’m old enough to remember a time when viewing a photo online would cost you both time and money. Time, because said photo took an age to load, and money, because metered internet connections were evil. And now, in 2017, you can send 4K photos using Facebook Messenger. What a time to be alive. Smartphone Photography Is Everything…

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Lightform raises $5M to turn old projectors into augmented reality machines https://passivetech.com/lightform-raises-5m-to-turn-old-projectors-into-augmented-reality-machines/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:27:20 +0000 http://techcrunch.com/?p=1569530  In Blade Runner 2049, one of the more interesting stylistic choices was how the film imagined futuristic augmented reality. While the Microsofts and Googles of our real dystopian world are currently approaching AR tech with headsets and smart glasses, Blade Runner 2049 relied entirely on external projection. This vision of the future may still seem a tad concerning, but it’s good news… Read More

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Daily Deals: $75 BeatsX headphones, $700 off MacBook Pro, and more https://passivetech.com/daily-deals-75-beatsx-headphones-700-off-macbook-pro-and-more/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 23:10:29 +0000 http://www.idownloadblog.com/?p=548249

iDB’s Daily Deals post is a roundup of our favorite deals on tech and tech-related products from around the web. This includes everything from smartphones, tablets and accessories, to connected devices and even video games.

Every deal you see below has been hand-picked based on a variety of factors including personal experience, online reviews from customers and experts, and discount percentage. So what are you waiting for? Get shopping!… Read the rest of this post here


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How to turn your Apple Watch into a flashlight https://passivetech.com/how-to-turn-your-apple-watch-into-a-flashlight/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 22:52:14 +0000 http://www.idownloadblog.com/?p=548259

Among other featured enhancements and improvements, the watchOS 4 software has brought the useful flashlight function for the very first time to Apple Watch…. Read the rest of this post here


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Uber officially discloses data breach that affected 57M users after concealing it for a year https://passivetech.com/uber-officially-discloses-data-breach-that-affected-57m-users-after-concealing-it-for-a-year/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 22:43:28 +0000 http://9to5mac.com/?p=509543

Uber today has officially disclosed a massive data breach that affected some 57 million users. As noted in a report from Bloomberg, the breach originally occurred in October of 2016, with Uber working to conceal it for a year…

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Uber officially discloses data breach that affected 57M users after concealing it for a year https://passivetech.com/uber-officially-discloses-data-breach-that-affected-57m-users-after-concealing-it-for-a-year-2/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 22:43:28 +0000 http://9to5mac.com/?p=509543

Uber today has officially disclosed a massive data breach that affected some 57 million users. As noted in a report from Bloomberg, the breach originally occurred in October of 2016, with Uber working to conceal it for a year…

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Apple sells out of External Graphics Development Kit allotment, Sonnet offers eGFX Box + GPU at reduced cost https://passivetech.com/apple-sells-out-of-external-graphics-development-kit-allotment-sonnet-offers-egfx-box-gpu-at-reduced-cost/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:59:29 +0000 http://9to5mac.com/?p=509513

Apple launched its External Graphics Development Kit during WWDC 2017 as a way to assist developers with demanding graphics-intensive apps and VR content creation. The unit included the developer edition of Sonnet’s external eGFX GPU chassis, along with Sapphire’s AMD RX 580 8GB graphics card, and Belkin’s USB-C to 4-port USB-A hub.

Apple priced the External Graphics Development Kit at $599, which was reasonable considering that the Sapphire Pulse RX 580 8GB still goes for around $279, and demanded a higher price during the kit’s launch. The External Graphics Development Kit has been on sale for several months, but now all stock appears to be exhausted.

As a part of its Cyber Week Sale, Sonnet is offering the eGFX Breakaway Box – Developer Edition — the same unit included in Apple’s kit, sans Belkin USB hub, for $499. That’s a $100 price difference from what Apple was charging, and the developer edition of the eGFX units are available to all users, not just developers. more…

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iPhone X: Create useful shortcuts with a virtual Home button for a super efficient UI https://passivetech.com/iphone-x-create-useful-shortcuts-with-a-virtual-home-button-for-a-super-efficient-ui/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:57:35 +0000 http://9to5mac.com/?p=509514

You’ve likely quickly adapted to the new Home button-less iPhone X and its gesture based user interface. But while there are a lot of improvements, some aspects have become less user-friendly, like pulling up Control Center, Notification Center, and Apple Pay. Luckily, you can use a (mostly invisible) virtual Home button to create shortcuts to make a custom, efficient UI.

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WhatsApp iPad App References Found In Mac Version, Could Be Coming Soon https://passivetech.com/whatsapp-ipad-app-references-found-in-mac-version-could-be-coming-soon/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:55:05 +0000 http://www.redmondpie.com/?p=284525 WhatsApp iPad app might be coming soon after references of it were found in Mac version of the app. Here are the details.

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Anker’s Black Friday 2017 Deals On Mobile Accessories Are Live, Here Are The Best Ones https://passivetech.com/ankers-black-friday-2017-deals-on-mobile-accessories-are-live-here-are-the-best-ones/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:31:18 +0000 http://www.redmondpie.com/?p=284463 Anker’s Black Friday 2017 deals on mobile accessories are now live and up for grabs. Here are the best ones.

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Drone footage shows off nearly completed Apple Park, visitor center & more https://passivetech.com/drone-footage-shows-off-nearly-completed-apple-park-visitor-center-more/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:21:29 +0000 http://www.idownloadblog.com/?p=548233

Drone pilot Matthew Roberts on Tuesday uploaded new 4K drone footage of Apple Park construction progress to his YouTube channel, visualizing the finishing touches Apple’s been putting in place on buildings and outdoor areas…. Read the rest of this post here


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U.S. charges Iranian hacker for stealing unaired episodes of hit HBO shows https://passivetech.com/u-s-charges-iranian-hacker-for-stealing-unaired-episodes-of-hit-hbo-shows/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:13:28 +0000 http://techcrunch.com/?p=1570259  While it didn’t dampen enthusiasm for everyone’s favorite dragon-oriented political drama, HBO certainly wasn’t happy when the major twists from the seventh season of its hottest show popped up online before they aired.
According to newly released indictment, an Iranian man named Behzad Mesri faces charges for the hack. The document notes Mesri, who also goes by the alias… Read More

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The Boring Co.’s ‘Initial Hat Offering’ raises $300K for digging in hat sales https://passivetech.com/the-boring-co-s-initial-hat-offering-raises-300k-for-digging-in-hat-sales/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:09:53 +0000 http://techcrunch.com/?p=1570268  Do you like hats? If you do, maybe you already contributed to The Boring Company’s ability to dig a network of underground tunnels. Since Elon Musk started selling The Boring Co. hats, featuring the logo on the front (which he once claimed was designed by director J.J. Abrams), the company has apparently sold $300,000 worth of the march. That’s a lot of hats: At $20 per,… Read More

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With Dispatch, Here Be Dragons pushes narrative VR storytelling in bold new directions https://passivetech.com/with-dispatch-here-be-dragons-pushes-narrative-vr-storytelling-in-bold-new-directions/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 21:07:38 +0000 http://techcrunch.com/?p=1570156  As virtual reality takes its trip through the hype cycle of technology adoption, I keep returning to the early days of film as a corollary for the medium’s progress and a good benchmark for its evolution. When they first arrived on the scene, movies must have had the same thrilling and disorienting visual jolt that anyone who experiences virtual reality now receives the moment they strap… Read More

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Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp Finally Rolls Out Officially For iOS And Android https://passivetech.com/animal-crossing-pocket-camp-finally-rolls-out-officially-for-ios-and-android/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:56:09 +0000 http://www.redmondpie.com/?p=284453 Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp APK, IPA for Android and iOS devices has been finally released officially worldwide. Here are the details.

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ecobee launches pilot program for its Alexa-enabled Switch+ light switch ahead of release https://passivetech.com/ecobee-launches-pilot-program-for-its-alexa-enabled-switch-light-switch-ahead-of-release/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:54:16 +0000 http://9to5mac.com/?p=509509

Smart thermostat maker ecobee previewed its first smart light switch earlier this year, and now the Alexa-enabled Switch+ is getting closer to shipping. Before ecobee releases Switch+ to the public, however, the company is opening a limited product pilot to select testers.

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Today—and Every Day—We Fight to Defend the Open Internet https://passivetech.com/today-and-every-day-we-fight-to-defend-the-open-internet/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:37:54 +0000 http://passivetech.com/?guid=71eb532a3bf1163b314aa0b9245bad34

Today, we heard from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) about its plans to devastate Network Neutrality.  Instead of responding to the millions of Americans who want to protect the free and open Internet, the FCC instead is ceding to the demands of a handful of massive ISPs, like Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T.

EFF will be analyzing the full plan when it is released.  But based on what we know so far, it’s clear that Chairman Pai is seeking to reverse the 2015 Open Internet Order that established clear but light touch protections for Internet users and Internet innovation. The FCC’s new approach invites a future where only the largest Internet, cable, and telephone companies survive, while every start-up, small business, and new innovator is crowded out—and the voices of nonprofits and ordinary individuals are suppressed. Costs will go up, as ISPs take advantage of monopoly power to raise rates on edge providers and consumers alike. And the FCC’s proposed plan adds salt to the wound by interfering with state efforts to protect consumer privacy and competition.

The FCC today abdicates a fundamental responsibility—but Internet users won’t. Today, and every day, we will fight to defend net neutrality. Tell Congress that lawmakers must act to defend our open Internet.

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Contact Congress now.

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iTunes Black Friday movie deals: $5 hits, $10 4K films, and much more https://passivetech.com/itunes-black-friday-movie-deals-5-hits-10-4k-films-and-much-more/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:30:24 +0000 http://www.idownloadblog.com/?p=548181

I won’t waste your time with a lengthy introduction. iTunes is currently hosting one of its biggest movie sales ever. We’ve highlighted some of our favorite deals below…. Read the rest of this post here


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Uber refines its rating system to appease both drivers and riders https://passivetech.com/uber-refines-its-rating-system-to-appease-both-drivers-and-riders/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:22:00 +0000 https://www.engadget.com/2017/11/21/uber-refines-its-rating-system-to-appease-both-drivers-and-rider/ In its quest to build back goodwill, Uber has been trying to curry favor with both riders and drivers. Today, the ride sharing company is trying to appeal to both by changing its rating system to be more transparent and fair. In-app descriptions will…

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4K drone footage captures Apple Park Visitor Center from the sky, on site work nearing completion https://passivetech.com/4k-drone-footage-captures-apple-park-visitor-center-from-the-sky-on-site-work-nearing-completion/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:04:57 +0000 http://9to5mac.com/?p=509501

Apple Park is now open for business, but that doesn’t appear to be stopping drones from flying over Apple’s new campus and capturing aerial footage of the nearly finished project. See for yourself below:

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Ford’s latest police hybrid is built for efficiency, not speed https://passivetech.com/fords-latest-police-hybrid-is-built-for-efficiency-not-speed/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:03:00 +0000 https://www.engadget.com/2017/11/21/ford-special-service-plugin-hybrid-cop-car/ Ford has already got the "speed" part down for hybrid police cars with its Police Responder Hybrid pursuit car, but now it's focusing on the economy side. It just launched its first-ever plug-in hybrid aimed at police and government officials for "no...]]> Ford has already got the "speed" part down for hybrid police cars with its Police Responder Hybrid pursuit car, but now it's focusing on the economy side. It just launched its first-ever plug-in hybrid aimed at police and government officials for "no…

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Android’s been found to track users even with location services disabled and no SIM card https://passivetech.com/androids-been-found-to-track-users-even-with-location-services-disabled-and-no-sim-card/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 20:01:47 +0000 http://www.idownloadblog.com/?p=548197

Android phones have been collecting and sending encrypted location data back to Google without permission, even when location services are disabled, Quartz discovered Tuesday…. Read the rest of this post here


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Treasury Department Concludes Fraud Investigation into ComputerCOP “Internet Safety” Software https://passivetech.com/treasury-department-concludes-fraud-investigation-into-computercop-internet-safety-software/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:46:08 +0000 http://passivetech.com/?guid=d156d7b54b1e321caa125a9919914fea

Three years ago, EFF exposed how hundreds of law enforcement agencies were putting families at risk by distributing free ComputerCOP “Internet safety” software that actually transmitted keystrokes unencrypted to a third-party server. Our report also raised serious questions about whether the company was deceiving government agencies by circulating a bogus letter of endorsement from a top official in the U.S. Treasury Department.

 This month, our suspicions were confirmed. A document obtained through the Freedom of Information Act shows that, in response to EFF’s research, the Treasury Department’s Inspector General launched an investigation into ComputerCOP. The final report concluded that the company had, in fact, doctored a government letter to improperly convince law enforcement agencies to spend asset forfeiture funds to buy the product.

Read the Treasury Department’s investigative report and exhibits

Unfortunately, the report shows that ComputerCOP dodged criminal prosecution because the statute of limitations expired. Nevertheless, the records should serve as the final nail in the coffin for this software. It was bad enough that the software was proven dangerous; it is even worse for law enforcement agencies to do business with a company that federal investigators caught forging documents. 

ComputerCOP is a CD-ROM (now also available on a USB storage stick) that promises to help parents protect their children from Internet predators. More than 240 agencies signed contracts with ComputerCOP, often worth tens of thousands of dollars. But the software was less about safety than it was about self-promotion. Elected law enforcement officials—including sheriffs, mayors and district attorneys—placed their images on the cover and recorded promotional videos about how the software was the “first step” to protecting children online. By and large, the “free” software giveaway was used to generate positive media coverage. In Arizona, for example, the software project was spearheaded by the Maricopa County District Attorney’s press officer, rather than a member of the Internet Crimes Against Children team. Marketing materials proclaimed that the software was a “Perfect Election and Fundraising Tool!”

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EFF technologists dissected the software and discovered that it contained a keylogging feature that monitored everything a computer user typed. Whenever a keyword was entered, the software transmitted the text to a third-party commercial email server, which then sent alerts to the master user (often a parent) in real time. Not only was this feature invasive and easily abused, it also had a major technical vulnerability: the software transmitted communications openly and unencrypted, so that it could be easily intercepted and read by malicious actors. The San Diego County District Attorney, which had distributed the software, issued a warning to families about the keylogging feature after EFF published its findings.

Law enforcement agencies often paid for ComputerCOP with asset forfeiture funds, that is, money seized from suspected criminals during investigations. When agencies assist in federal investigations, they sometimes receive a portion of the money through a process called “equitable sharing.” As part of its marketing materials, ComputerCOP circulated a letter from the director of the Treasury Executive Office for Asset Forfeiture, which oversees equitable sharing spending, that seemed to endorse the product. 

EFF obtained this letter through a state-level public records request, and it immediately struck us as odd. The letterhead seemed off-kilter, some of the text was misaligned, and the letter was undated, unsigned, and did not even include the full name of the person it was addressed to. (EFF separately discovered ComputerCOP had falsely claimed endorsements by the ACLU and National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.)

So, we filed a FOIA request with the Treasury Department to obtain the original letter, if one existed.  Not long after, the Treasury Department issued a fraud alert for the letter, and the Treasury Department Inspector General launched a formal inquest. 

New FOIA documents show that, after a multi-year investigation, the Inspector General concluded that ComputerCOP had indeed “altered the 2001 letter from TEOAF and made it appear to be blanket permission for all law enforcement agencies to use equitable sharing funds to purchase the software.” Indeed, ComputerCOP made this claim on the rate card it provided to agencies. 

As part of its investigation into the letter, Treasury investigators sent questionnaires to 240 agencies that had purchased ComputerCOP. Of the few dozen that responded, three law enforcement agencies—the Peabody Police Department in Massachusetts, the Alaska Department of Public Safety, and the Greene County Sheriff’s Office in Missouri—told Treasury that the fraudulent letter had directly influenced their decision to purchase the product. 

The closed investigative report indicates the Treasury Inspector General was unable to send the case for prosecution “due to the fact that the three year statute of limitations on the offense had lapsed.” Instead, after discussions with the Justice Department and the U.S. Marshal Service, Treasury concluded it was enough for ComputerCOP to cease using the altered letter and to post a disclaimer on their website.

Unfortunately, it may be time for the Treasury Department to re-open the case. While ComputerCOP did once advertise the disclaimer, EFF could no longer find that language anywhere on its website.  

Making matters worse, the company’s website now claims that the keylogging feature “is not intrusive in any way.” This is an outrageous claim considering that this type of technology is more commonly deployed by stalkers and malicious hackers, and, in certain circumstances, its use could violate wiretapping laws.

For the most part, law enforcement purchases of ComputerCOP have significantly declined since we issued our first report. However, the company does continue to find buyers. For example, the Lake County Sheriff’s Office, Florida purchased 1,000 copies for $5,975 in 2017, according to SmartProcure. Meanwhile McGruff the Crime Dog was handing out copies as recently as this summer at a community screening of the film “Elf.”

To law enforcement agencies, here’s some rock-solid advice: before you purchase so-called Internet safety software, spend a few moments on the Internet researching whether the software is actually safe and above board. 

ComputerCOP is neither.

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Surface Book 2 can’t stay charged during gaming sessions https://passivetech.com/surface-book-2-cant-stay-charged-during-gaming-sessions/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:36:00 +0000 https://www.engadget.com/2017/11/21/surface-book-2-battery-charging-gaming-issues/ The Surface Book 2 is aimed at graphic pros, but with a stout NVIDIA 1060 GPU, it's a tempting gaming machine, too. As we observed during our review, gaming drains the battery pretty fast, though. Worse, The Verge noticed that the power supply can't...]]> The Surface Book 2 is aimed at graphic pros, but with a stout NVIDIA 1060 GPU, it's a tempting gaming machine, too. As we observed during our review, gaming drains the battery pretty fast, though. Worse, The Verge noticed that the power supply can't…

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How to Prevent macOS High Sierra from Automatically Downloading https://passivetech.com/how-to-prevent-macos-high-sierra-from-automatically-downloading/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:33:44 +0000 http://osxdaily.com/?p=69263 If you’re on a Mac with recent macOS release (Sierra or El Capitan), then Apple is defaulting to try and automatically downloading the 5GB installer for macOS High Sierra in the background to your computer. When the download completes, the Mac then sends you a notification suggesting that High Sierra is ready to install, with … Read More

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You Can Now Play Animal Crossing on Android and iOS https://passivetech.com/you-can-now-play-animal-crossing-on-android-and-ios/ Tue, 21 Nov 2017 19:31:19 +0000 http://www.makeuseof.com/?p=711612

The Animal Crossing series, which has been delighting gamers since 2001, has gone mobile. The new game, the first to be released on anything other than a Nintendo console, is called Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp. And it’s out now on Android and iOS, a day earlier than expected. Not content with owning handheld gaming, Nintendo is trying to find a home on your smartphone too. It kicked things off with Super Mario Run, before launching Fire Emblem Heroes. It’s working on a mobile Legend of Zelda game as well. In the meantime there’s Animal Crossing: Pocket Camp… Animal Crossing Camps…

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