First mention of Pixel 3 appears in AOSP early on

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We understand that it’s still quite early to even be talking about rumors and leaks surrounding a Google smartphone that won’t be announced for another six months. However, this is the first official mention of a Google Pixel successor, though probably by accident. XDA-Developers reports of a new AOSP commit (a modular piece of code dedicated for a particular function of the Android OS) called “Cherrypick ‘. decide which Auto Selection Network UI to use.” has a description that mentions the Google Pixel 3. This change added the config because the HAL V_1_2 only supports Pixel 3, and…

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Apple in early stages of MicroLED deal for Apple Watch with Taiwan’s PlayNitride

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Apple may be preparing to add Taiwanese firm PlayNitride to its partners on what appears to be a growing MicroLED initiative for future devices, according to a recent report.
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Samsung Galaxy Note9 may launch early and it’s Galaxy S9’s fault

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Is it odd that the Galaxy Note9 was spotted at Geekbench this early? It isn’t if the report of an accelerated time frame is true. And apparently, it’s Galaxy S9’s fault. The launch of the second 2018 flagship may come as early as July or August, based on info that Samsung Display is pulling up the AMOLED production for the Note9 from June to April, says Korean publication The Investor. This is partially because the Galaxy S9 isn’t selling as well as Samsung expected and also because the company wants to preempt the new iPhones. Anyway, the new screen will be slightly larger -…

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Apple Music app gains ‘Music Videos’ as an early update before iOS 11.3’s full release

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Apple has updated Apple Music to include a new Music Videos section to the streaming service ahead of the full release of iOS 11.3, with the addition serving as a reminder the iPhone and iPad operating system’s next major upgrade will be arriving soon.
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New York Media’s publisher says Apple News is in ‘really early days’, sees potential in platform

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Facebook has been getting a lot of heat as of late due to its users’ privacy concerns about the platform. New York Media’s CRO and publisher Avi Zimak takes a deeper dive into online media as a whole, more specifically noting that Apple News has promise.

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Apple’s lineup of original TV shows could begin rolling out as early as next March

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Apple is making TV shows of its own, that much we’ve known for quite a while now. But don’t expect any of Apple’s original creations to hit Apple Music (or is it iTunes?) anytime soon. A new report says that Apple is working on no less than 12 different titles, but they won’t launch earlier than March 2019.

Meanwhile, competitors such as Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and HBO will be busy releasing new shows this year, with Netflix likely to have the most number of original shows of the bunch. After all, Netflix is spending $ 8 billion on original programming this year alone, and introduces dozens of new shows every month.

If you think Apple’s late start is the only bad news coming out from The New York Times, then get some popcorn.

Apparently, Apple’s strategy for original programming has been to keep “its bright, optimistic brand identity.” That means Apple might not pursue “dark” projects, or projects that are “heavy on the social issues.”

In fact, Apple has already parted ways with Bryan Fuller, who was supposed to serve as executive producer on Steven Spielberg’s revamped Amazing Stories show. That’s because Amblin Television, Apple, and Universal Television viewed his vision for the series as “too dark” and too expensive. Seven weeks after his departure, he hasn’t been replaced. What’s clear is that Apple isn’t in a hurry to launch TV shows that people really want to watch — after all, Planet of the Apps and Carpool Karaoke aren’t exactly must-watch television.

Reese Witherspoon and Jennifer Aniston will star in a show about morning talk show hosts. The series was purchased four months ago, but it still doesn’t have a script. A first draft will arrive this week.

Finally, there’s one other mildly disturbing detail in the Times’ piece. Apple apparently doesn’t plan to follow Netflix’s high-volume strategy. I’m all for quality vs. quantity, but Netflix has been able to achieve both.

Apple certainly has the budget to go against Netflix or anyone else, and has hired two former Sony execs who made their names with shows like Breaking Bad while at Sony — that’s Zack Van Amburg and Jamie Erlicht. But how competitive can an Apple streaming service be with just a few shows ready to roll out in 2019?

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Apple’s slate of original TV shows will reportedly rollout as early as next March

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It’s long been known that Apple is aggressively eyeing Hollywood and original content, but now a New York Times report sheds more light on the company’s vigorous push into series programming.

According to the report, entertainment executives who met with Apple told the NYT that the company’s new programming has a planned rollout of sometime between March 2019 and summer 2019. Apple currently has a 40-person team working on Apple Worldwide Video where it creates original content, and is building a 128,000-square foot headquarters for its entertainment division in Culver City, California. Apple plans to expand its portfolio of shows and is opening divisions for adult dramas, children’s shows, and programming for Latin America and Europe.

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Some early Samsung Galaxy S9 owners beset by touchscreen, data, lens flare issues

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Some owners of Apple’s chief competition against the iPhone X — the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ — are encountering problems with the responsiveness of touchscreens, excessive lens flare, and inaccurate data use tracking according to user complaints on assorted forums.
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Kuo: Android devices to rely on alternate 3D sensing tech after iPhone X takes early lead with TrueDepth

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In a bid to catch up with Apple’s TrueDepth 3D-sensing camera, Android device makers are looking to incorporate similar components using time-of-flight technology, according to KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, though the first models are not expected to arrive until 2019.
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Zuora is the latest tech company to file for IPO early this year

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Zuora CEO Tien Tzuo speaks at a conference.

It’s another exit for Benchmark, the VC firm that owns 11% of the company.

The IPO train keeps on chugging.

The enterprise company Zuora on Friday said it had filed to go public, yet another IPO for a highly-valued tech company during a winter when companies apparently feel the markets are pretty friendly.

Zuora, which provides billing and other services to subscription software companies, is backed by some high-profile venture capital firms, most prominently Benchmark Capital, which owns about 11 percent of the company, according to Zuora’s SEC filing.

The company notched almost $ 180 million in the last fiscal year, the company said, and was valued at around $ 750 million during its last round of financing in 2015, according to PitchBook.

It’s the latest tech company to file in a rush of high-profile IPOs at the start of 2018. Shares of Dropbox are expected to begin trading next week, and Spotify shares will start on April 3.

And on Friday, another tech company, Zscaler, saw the price of its shares double on its first day in public markets.


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