Category archive: Tech
The WWDC took place on June 13 2016. It’s the Apple Keynote address that announces software changes to expect in the coming months – usually to give developers time to update their apps to iOS10 by the time iPhone 7 comes out in September. Here are the changes to the operating platforms in point form that you can look forward to using on your Apple devices:
The keynote began with a moment of silence for the casualties and victims of the Orlando massacre.
350 scholarships given out. The youngest attending developer is 9.
There are now 2 million apps on the iOS App store downloaded 130 billion times. 50 billion have been paid to developers
Four platforms to be discussed: watchOS, tvOS, OS X and iOS
Apps will open quicker with a side button that launches a dock of apps
Replying to texts can be done by using a “Scribble” function
Minnie Mouse and new watch faces added that you can swipe between for easy changes.
Here’s a list of some of the notable people who died in 2016 so far
Joe Alaskey, animation voice actor (Looney Toons)
Edward Albee, writer
Max Alexander, comedian (Trainwreck)
Muhammad Ali, boxer
Rene Angelil, manager
Alexis Arquette, actress (Pulp Fiction)
Hector Babenco, director (Kiss of the Spiderwpman)
Kenny Baker, R2D2
Andy Bathgate, hockey player
David Bowie, singer and actor
Dave Broadfoot, comedian (Royal Canadian Air Farce)
Fred Caruso, film writer director (Big Gay Musical)
Fidel Castro, dictator
Michael Cimino, film director (The Deer Hunter)
Dawn Coe-Jones, golfer
Leonard Cohen, singer songwriter (Hallelujah)
Bud Collins, sports broadcaster
Pat Conroy, novelist
Darwin Cooke, comic book artist (The Spirit)
Ronnie Corbett, comedian
Kevin Curran, writer (Married With Children, The Simpsons)
Bobby Curtola, singer
Rod Daniel, film director
Gloria DeHaven, actress (Summer Stock)
Nancy Dow, actress, mother to Jennifer Aniston
The Lady Chablis, actress
Larry Drake, actor (Darkman)
Alice Drummond, actress (Ghostbusters)
Patty Duke, actress
Umberto Eco, novelist
Bob Elliott, comedian, father of Chris Elliot (Bob and Ray)
Keith Emerson, musician (ELP)
Joey Feek, country singer
Fyvush Finkel, actor (Picket Fences)
Frank Finlay, actor (The Three Musketeers)
Rob Ford, mayor
Pete Fountain, musician
Glenn Frey, musician (The Eagles)
Joe Garagiola Sr, sportscaster and ball player
George Gaynes, actor (Punky Brewster)
David Gest, TV producer
Christina Gimmie, singer (The Voice)
Ron Glass, actor (Barney Miller, Firefly)
John Glenn, astronaut and senator
Tammy Grimes, actress (High Spirits)
Ann Morgan Guilbert, actress (Dick Van Dyke Show, The Nanny)
Merle Haggard, singer
Dan Haggerty, actor (Grizzly Adams)
Guy Hamilton, film director
Pat Harrington Jr., actor (One Day at a Time)
Eddie Harsch, musician (The Black Crowns)
Fred Hayman, fashion retailer
Florence Henderson, actress (The Brady Bunch)
Arthur Hiller, director (Love Story)
Gordie Howe, hockey player
David Huddleston, actor
Sharon Jones, singer
Paul Kantner, musician
George Kennedy, actor
Mary Ann King, TV host (Romper Room)
WP Kinsella, writer
Greg Lake, Emerson Lake and Palmer
Julius LaRosa, singer
Harper Lee, novelist
Ron Lester, actor (Varsity Blues)
Richard Libertini, actor
David Marguiles, actor (Ghostbusters)
Garry Marshall, actor and director (Pretty Woman)
Leslie H Martinsen, director (Batman: The Movie)
John McMartin, actor
Michael McNamara, writer
David Mirra, BMX rider
Noel Neill, actress (Superman)
Agnes Nixon, soap opera creator
James Noble, actor (Benson)
Bill Nunn, actor
Hugh O’Brian, actor (Legend of Wyatt Earp)
Arnold Palmer, golfer
Shimon Peres, Israeli President and PM
Jon Polito, character actor (Barton Fink)
Nancy Reagan, actress
Janet Reno, US Attorney General
Alan Rickman, actor (Galaxy Quest)
Doris Roberts, actress (Everybody Loves Raymond)
Leon Russell, musician
Morley Safer, journalist (60 Minutes)
Theresa Saldana, actress (Raging Bull)
Joe Santos, actor (Rockford Files)
William Schallert, character actor
Ettore Scola, director
Xander Scott, gay porn actor
Sir Peter Shaffer, playwright, screenwriter (Amadeus)
Garry Shandling, comedian (Larry Sanders Show)
Frank Sinatra Jr., singer
Douglas Slocombe, cinematographer
Will Smith, football player
Kay Starr, singer
Robert Stigwood, film producer (Grease)
Alan Thicke, actor singer composer (Growing Pains, Thicke of The Night)
Grant Tinker, TV Producer (MTM)
Peter Vaughan, (Game of Thrones)
Robert Vaughn, actor (Man from UNCLE)
Abe Vigoda, actor (Barney Miller, Fish)
Janet Waldo, voice actress (Judy Jetson, Penelope Pitstop, Josie of the Pussycats)
Fritz Weaver, actor (Fail Safe)
Papa Wemba, singer
Maurice White, musician (Earth Wind and Fire)
Margaret Whitton, actress (Major Leauge)
Gene Wilder, actor (Young Frankenstein)
Van Williams, actor (Green Hornet)
Janet Wright, actress (Corner Gas)
Anton Yelchin, actor (Star Trek)
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The banks are finally coming on board in what looks like two stages. Here is a roundup of everything you need to know about Apple Pay in Canada.
Fingers too stubby to click on your 38mm watch face? New tech from Carnegie Mellon makes it much easier to play ‘Angry Birds’ on your wrist.
The first footage of Ang Lee’s “Billy Lynn’s Long Halftime Walk” in its native format electrified the NAB Show in Las Vegas.
Tesla Motors and Elon Musk just unveiled their long-awaited Model 3, and it’s exactly what buyers and car industry experts expected: a $35,000 fully electric four-door that delivers over 215 miles of range
Read the article: Everything You Need to Know About Tesla’s Model 3 | Nerdist
The $3000 virtual reality / mixed reality headset was released to developers to makes for us ahead of the launch to the public. Holograms are now possible including virtual teleportation and wearable ones.
I would fare about the same.
Disney animation story artists try out the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil to draw Disney characters hands on with the devices.
As the iPhone 6s breaks all smartphone release records, Apple is already turning attention toward the release of the iPhone 7. Click on the source link to read more
Granted it’s only 4.5 inches high but for $149.00 USD you can have one for your very own before the release of Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens. From Sphere. So cool.
If you were lucky enough to find one of Sphero’s wonderful BB-8 toys on Force Friday and are curious how it works, the folks at uBreakiFix were kind enough to hack theirs open to explore its inner workings—so you don’t have to sacrifice yours.
Star Wars Battlefront to Microsoft Halolens. Gamespot looks back at Nintendo, Sony, and Microsoft to point what made this year’s E3 awesome, and what could’ve made it even better.
You can order 3D printers online, sure, but now you can pick up a 3D printer and accessories at an old fashioned brick and mortar Best Buy store. It is now available at a limited number of stores in the US for now, but hopefully will pop up everywhere before long.
The latest estimate states that Apple Pay will be ready for picking in the fall for Canadians
The after market accessories are coming. This is an attractive stand to charge your watch, but does not contain a charging unit – its just a holder for the charger that comes with the Apple Watch to keep things tidy.
We’ve ordered our expensive stainless steel Apple Watch with the sports band made out rubber that befits a car tire, but if you don’t want to pay the offensive amount $200 or $500 for a different band, you can get a third party compatible watch band or print one of your own on your 3D printer. If you don’t have a 3D printer, you can order one for just $40.
View the unboxing of an Apple Sport Watch here, which comes in a different package
The Shorty Awards honour the best in social media across the internet and the networking apps we’ve all taken to heart. Digital Swish is not one of the nominees but here is the list of who is nominated this year. The awards presentation takes place on April 20th, 2015.
A short film of love among the droids.
Live streaming your video from your own iPhone 6 out to strangers is now available. Both Meerkat and Periscope use Twitter to do this. We’ve been using both from time to time. Watch our Twitter feed @digitalswish to see tweets stating when we are [LIVE NOW] and you’ll get the idea.
Celebrities experimenting with Meerkat and Periscope that we’ve noticed: