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AppleMagazine #384

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the technologies that will shape 2019

AI, IoT AND THE OTHER ESSENTIAL TECH DEVELOPMENTS OF THE MONTHS AHEAD Let’s face it; there’s a new technological innovation around every corner. New products are being patented, perfected and launched relentlessly, as competition between companies, industries, and even countries intensifies. Certainly, 2019 is set to be no different, in that there will be a lot of different technologies reaching consumers. But which ones will prove to be the most influential this year? 5G is set to arrive, but will take longer than the next 10 months to have a significant impact. Plus, until 5G is the new norm, we might not see the likes of autonomous cars and cities become standard fare either. However, with just shy of 300 days left on the calendar for this year, we’ve put together a…

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lyft reveals big growth but no profits as it readies for ipo

Lyft is growing quickly ahead of its initial public offering but continues to bleed money and may struggle to turn a profit as it tries to catch up to Uber in the booming ride-hailing market, according to a federal filing. The company released its financial details for the first time last week, giving the public a glimpse into its performance before deciding whether to buy into a transportation trend that has changed the way tens of millions of people get around. The unveiling came nearly three months after the San Francisco company filed confidential documents for its initial public offering of stock. Lyft reported $2.2 billion in revenue last year — more than double its $1.1 billion in revenue in 2017. That continued a growth trajectory that saw revenue more than triple…

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tesla’s online-only sales approach comes with big risks

When Gary Bornstein spent $52,000 for a Tesla Model 3 last summer, he did it without taking a test drive or even seeing the car that he now owns. The Long Island, New York, financial consultant did his research and ordered the car online, a process that Tesla CEO Elon Musk is gambling on being attractive to many more buyers in the future. Musk last week announced a radical change in Tesla’s business model. The Silicon Valley electric car maker plans to close most of its stores worldwide and go strictly to internet sales as it tries to cut overhead so it can sell a base Model 3 for $35,000 and still make money. It’s a huge risk and a major departure from the way people now buy new vehicles in the U.S.…

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power: apple chip changes everything

With a proprietary Apple chip expected to replace Intel from 2020, and Apple looking to increase the relationship between macOS and iOS, we take a closer look at the future of the chip and consider the benefits of Apple’s firmer grip on its hardware components… A CHIP ON APPLE’S SHOULDERS With Apple looking to increase its stronghold on hardware and reduce reliance on suppliers and third parties, the company is expected to use proprietary chips in the Mac lineup from as early as 2020, replacing Intel. Codenamed Kalamata, Apple’s chip is in early developmental stages but was fueled from the desire to bring Apple’s device lineup - including Macs, iPads, Apple Watches, and iPhones - closer together to increase sales and allow for cross-platform. First announced at last year’s WWDC 2018, Apple is…

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at&t shakes up warnermedia to emphasize streaming

Now that AT&T’s $81 billion takeover of Time Warner is a done deal , the company is reorganizing its TV and movie businesses to emphasize streaming rather than cable TV networks. AT&T is bringing in a new executive as longtime HBO and Turner chiefs leave. It’s also consolidating operations for different brands to help generate more video for a new streaming service launching this year. Layoffs are expected in the business now known as WarnerMedia, although the company tried to assuage fears that there will be substantial job cuts. With the revamp, AT&T is “trying to move the organization to a new business model,” said Michael Smith, a Carnegie Mellon information technology and marketing professor. AT&T named former NBC Entertainment chairman Robert Greenblatt as the chairman of WarnerMedia’s entertainment and streaming businesses. He…

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from closets to cooktops, tech aims to bring efficiency home

Closets that freshen clothes, cooktops that won’t let pots boil over, faucets told to dispense just enough water to fill the coffee maker. Wherever one looked at the annual Design and Construction Week, there was a new way to make our lives more efficient. “We can make appliances work harder for you,” said Cara Acker, a senior brand manager for Bosch Home Appliances. So while homeowners list security cameras, video doorbells and programmable thermostats as the technology they’re most interested in, according to a survey by the National Association of Home Builders, the future is offering that and much, much more. More than 2,000 exhibitors participated in the annual trade show, which brings the NAHB and the National Kitchen and Bath Association together. Some highlights: DRESS REFRESH Two companies, LG and Samsung, demonstrated self-contained clothing…