Here’s how to import videos from an iPhone to a Mac
Learning your way around MacOS can take some time. Here, we show you how to import videos from an iPhone to a Mac using the Photos app, iCloud, and a variety of other popular methods. The post Here’s how to import videos from an iPhone to a Mac appeared first on Digital Trends.
Yandex open sources CatBoost, a gradient boosting machine learning library
 Artificial intelligence is now powering a growing number of computing functions, and today the developer community today is getting another AI boost, courtesy of Yandex. Today, the Russian search giant — which, like its US counterpart Google, has extended into a myriad of other business lines, from mobile to maps and more — announced the the launch of CatBoost, an open source… Read More ...
Cops in Texas just rescued ‘a guy stuck inside an ATM’
A man stuck inside an ATM sounds absurd, but it actually happened. Unable to get out due to a faulty lock and without his phone, the man called for help by pushing notes through the receipt slot. The post Cops in Texas just rescued ‘a guy stuck inside an ATM’ appeared first on Digital Trends.
Google weeds out intrusive apps by looking at its peers
Tell me who your friends are and I’ll tell you who you are, as the saying goes. Google has apparently taken that age-old adage to heart in trying to protect users from less than conscientious Android apps. Such apps might use permissions and data more than they should, at least compared to other similar apps that behave properly. And while … Continue reading...
This could make creating convincing fake news videos too easy
Fake news is a big and thorny subjects these days and there is no indication that it’s going away any time soon. In fact, it might get worse before it gets better. Countless people are already easily duped by legit-looking text and professionally photoshopped images. But what if they can be deceived by video as well? While the machine learning … Continue reading...
Apple fans, is your data safe? How to back up your Mac to an external hard drive
Don't want to lose your data, but don't trust the cloud? Backing up your Mac is easy, but you will need to make sure that your external hard drive is properly prepared. Here is how to backup a Mac to an external hard drive. The post Apple fans, is your data safe? How to back up your Mac to an external hard drive appeared first on Digital Trends....
Apple fans, is your data safe? How to backup your Mac to an external hard drive
Don't want to lose your data, but don't trust the cloud? Backing up your Mac is easy, but you will need to make sure that your external hard drive is properly prepared. Here is how to backup a Mac to an external hard drive. The post Apple fans, is your data safe? How to backup your Mac to an external hard drive appeared first on Digital Trends....
How to download the MacOS 10.3 High Sierra public beta today, right now!
Apple recently opened the public beta for the upcoming MacOS High Sierra, so if you want to get a sneak peek at it before it’s ready for prime-time, here’s how you can download and install the MacOS High Sierra public beta today. The post How to download the MacOS 10.3 High Sierra public beta today, right now! appeared first on Digital Trends....
A walk around Station F with Emmanuel Macron
 “We called this building Station F, like Station France, Station Femmes [ed. note: women in French], Station Founders or Station Freyssinet because Freyssinet was a great architect and a great entrepreneur,” French billionaire and Iliad founder Xavier Niel told Macron. While Station F was originally built in the 1920s by Eugène Freyssinet, it was supposed to be destroyed in 2011.… Read More ...
It’s now easier, but more expensive, to journal on your phone
They say that the best tool, the best camera, the best notebook, etc. is the one that’s always with you. If that’s the case, then there is perhaps no better tool than the smartphone that almost never leaves your hand or your face. That’s true for most things, including keeping a journal of your day. No, we’re not talking about … Continue reading...
It’s now easier, but more expensive, to journal on your phone
They say that the best tool, the best camera, the best notebook, etc. is the one that’s always with you. If that’s the case, then there is perhaps no better tool than the smartphone that almost never leaves your hand or your face. That’s true for most things, including keeping a journal of your day. No, we’re not talking about … Continue reading...
macOS High Sierra’s best features are the ones you don’t see
 The new operating system isn’t rife with shiny new features, but it brings enhancements under the hood designed to speed up devices. More importantly, they help future-proof Apple’s technology, from its first new file system since the early days of the Mac, to graphical and processing enhancements designed to usher in virtual reality content creation. Read More ...
macOS High Sierra’s best features are the ones you don’t see
 The new operating system isn’t rife with shiny new features, but it brings enhancements under the hood designed to speed up devices. More importantly, they help future-proof Apple’s technology, from its first new file system since the early days of the Mac, to graphical and processing enhancements designed to usher in virtual reality content creation. Read More ...
Make a collaborative drawing with Google’s neural network
Last April, Google’s machine learning crew revealed AutoDraw, a fun little demo of all that neural network theory. In a nutshell, the web app tries to guess what your scribble looks like and identify it. Now Google’s researchers are taking that idea one step further. Called Sketch-RNN, this “recurrent neural network” model does for doodles and drawing that autocomplete does … Continue reading...
The macOS High Sierra public beta is here
Mac owners, rejoice: it’s not just your iOS devices which are getting in on some Apple beta software action today. Apple has released the first macOS High Sierra public beta, an opportunity to get a taste of the upcoming release some time before it’s fully baked. As always, there are some risks when you load beta software, but for many … Continue reading...
The macOS High Sierra public beta is here
Mac owners, rejoice: it’s not just your iOS devices which are getting in on some Apple beta software action today. Apple has released the first macOS High Sierra public beta, an opportunity to get a taste of the upcoming release some time before it’s fully baked. As always, there are some risks when you load beta software, but for many … Continue reading...
At this month’s WWDC, Apple unveiled refined accessibility tools
 Cover Apple for a while and you start to notice a general cadence to the company’s behavior and strategy. To name one example, consider the last several macOS releases. In 2009, , Apple announced Snow Leopard, which famously eschewed new features for what the company described as “hundreds of refinements [and] new core technologies.” Snow Leopard subsequently set off a trend… Read More ...
Apple’s new Chicago store has a giant MacBook on top
Apple has a new flagship retail store currently under construction in the city of Chicago, and as you’d expect from the company’s other flashy stores from the last few years, it features an impressive, striking design. But new footage from the building process has revealed that the store’s roof has its own interesting design element: it strongly resembles a giant … Continue reading...
Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros?
While we know that Intel's Xeon processors will be on tap for Apple's upcoming iMac Pro, rumor has it that, in fact, the machines will use the upcoming server-class Skylake-EX and Skylake-EP processors code-named Purley, The post Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros? appeared first on Digital Trends....
Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros?
While we know that Intel's Xeon processors will be on tap for Apple's upcoming iMac Pro, rumor has it that, in fact, the machines will use the upcoming server-class Skylake-EX and Skylake-EP processors code-named Purley, The post Are Intel’s powerful server-class Xeon processors coming to the new iMac Pros? appeared first on Digital Trends....