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AppleMagazine #501

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you’re invited: a new landscape with a cutting-edge app

For almost ten years, AppleMagazine has kept you abreast of the latest in the technology world. Today marks a new chapter. Introducing the AppleMagazine app for iOS, transforming the landscape, and offering exciting new ways to stay updated on the latest consumer-tech news. Elegantly designed and highly interactive, it’s now available on the Apple App Store. INTRODUCING THE APPLEMAGAZINE APP The chances are that AppleMagazine is not new to you - after all, you’re reading our 501th edition right now! For close to a decade, we’ve been at the cutting-edge of technology and entertainment journalism, keeping millions of readers up-to-date on the latest goings-on, not only from Apple, but other technology brands, as well as covering major industry stories like the Huawei ban, global chip shortage, and of course, the impact COVID-19…

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chinese cargo spacecraft docks with orbital station

An automated spacecraft docked with China’s new space station last Sunday carrying fuel and supplies for its future crew, the Chinese space agency announced. Tianzhou-2 spacecraft reached the Tianhe station eight hours after blasting off from Hainan, an island in the South China Sea, China Manned Space said. It carried space suits, living supplies and equipment and fuel for the station. Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony, is third and largest orbital station launched by China’s increasingly ambition space program. The station’s core module was launched April 29. The space agency plans a total of 11 launches through the end of next year to deliver two more modules for the 70-ton station, supplies and a three-member crew. China was criticized for allowing part of the rocket that launched the Tianhe to fall back to Earth uncontrolled.…

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top 10 tv shows

HOW NUDETHE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY, SEASON 13 MISS LADY HAWK HERSELFMARE OF EASTTOWN, SEASON 1 NO SHIRT, NO CLUE, BIG PROBLEMSBELOW DECK SAILING YACHT, SEASON 2 TWO TRUTHS AND A LIETHE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF BEVERLY HILLS, SEASON 11 BIG LITTLE PERSIAN LIESSHAHS OF SUNSET, SEASON 9 HOLDING THE WRENCHSUPERMAN & LOIS, SEASON 1 BIRTHDAYS AND BAD NEWSKEEPING UP WITH THE KARDASHIANS, SEASON 20 FIGHT TIMENEW AMSTERDAM, SEASON 3 PUTTING THE TIFF IN TIFFANY’STHE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF NEW YORK CITY, SEASON 13 SOMETHING OLD, SOMETHING NEW POSE, SEASON 3…

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huawei rolls out its own operating system to smartphones

Huawei launched its own HarmonyOS mobile operating system on its handsets on Wednesday as it adapts to having lost access to Google mobile services two years ago after the U.S. put the Chinese telecommunications company on a trade blacklist. The Shenzhen-based company announced that about 100 Huawei smartphone models will use its proprietary HarmonyOS system, and that the operating system will also be available on certain tablets and smart screens in the fourth quarter of the year. The launch of the operating system comes as the company is still cut off from American technologies including Google’s services and some computer chips to power its devices after the U.S. put it on an “entity list,” saying Huawei might aid China’s espionage efforts, an accusation the company vehemently denies. Huawei’s inclusion on the list restricts…

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‘plan b’ is this summer’s first-choice teen comedy

A painfully awkward sexual encounter. An impromptu road trip. A tested friendship. No, the outlines of Natalie Morales’“Plan B” aren’t revolutionary. This is the tried and true framework of the high-school comedy. But teen comedies, almost as a rule, are made by their leads. And with Kuhoo Verma and Victoria Moroles, “Plan B” is overwhelmingly a winner. Morales’ film seems destined to be compared to Olivia Wilde’s “Booksmart,” which arrived in theaters almost exactly two years ago. Both are helmed with a veteran filmmaker’s sense of timing by actors-turned-first-time-directors. (Morales has been a familiar face in film and TV for the past 15 years.) Both feature a pair of breakthrough performances. And both bring a funny, feminist spin to a traditionally boyish and often boorish movie genre. But it surprised me watching…

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china to send 3 male astronauts to its space station in june

A three-man crew of astronauts will blast off in June for a three-month mission on China’s new space station, according to a space official who was the country’s first astronaut in orbit. The plans for the station’s first crew were confirmed to state television by Yang Liwei, the manned space program’s deputy chief designer, as an automated spacecraft was launched with fuel and supplies for the Tianhe station. The Tianhe, or Heavenly Harmony, is the third and largest space station launched by China’s increasingly ambitious space program. Its core module was launched into orbit April 29. The Shenzhou 12 capsule carrying the crew will be launched from the Jiuquan base in China’s northwest next month, Yang said in comments broadcast by China Central Television. They will practice spacewalks and conduct repairs and maintenance as…