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Livestream Caritatif COVIQUEST, rendez-vous le 5 et 6 juillet 2020 !

Un grand évènement gaming caritatif va se dérouler sur Twitch au profit de l’étude nationale COVIQUEST contre le COVID-19. Prévue le 4 et 5 juillet prochain, l’opération prévoit un live de 36H, des jeux et surprises afin de récolter un maximum de don. Cet événement est né de la volonté de 3 étudiants tourangeaux, Maxime, […]

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Triax Launches Social Distancing and Contact Tracing IoT Solution

In response to the need for greater worker protection during the COVID-19 pandemic, Triax Technologies, Inc. recently announced a new IoT system, Proximity TraceTM. The new solution provides proximity distancing alerts and contact tracing through a wearable device for workers across many industries, including construction, heavy industrial, energy and manufacturing. It offers added protection for […]

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Coronavirus, Microsoft repousse la date de fin de vie de Windows 10 v1809

Windows 10 v1809 Auteur : Jérôme Gianoli Dans Windows 10 15/04/2020  Microsoft vient d’annoncer que la date de fin de vie de Windows 10 v1809 est repoussée de plusieurs mois en raison de la pandémie de COVID-19. La maintenance de cette version va se prolonger au-delà du 12 mai prochain. Après Windows 10 v1709 c’est […]

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Attestation de déplacement dérogatoire dématérialisée sur smartphone, comment l’utiliser ?

Comme prévu le ministère de l’Intérieur a mis en ligne son service permettant de générer une attestation de déplacement dérogatoire dématérialisée sur smartphone. Cette plate-forme officielle a pour mission de générer ce document en version numérique au travers des environnements Android et iOS. A l’image de la version « papier » à imprimer ou à recopier sur […]

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Covid-19, le télétravail chez Apple est parfois impossible en raison de la sécurité

Covid-19, le télétravail chez Apple est complexe et difficile, explication Les employés d’Apple se plaignent que le télétravail est difficile pour ne pas dire impossible. La raison est liée à la sécurité autour des nouveaux produits et service de l’entreprise. Apple est connu pour être une entreprise très discrète avec une politique stricte pour prévenir […]

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Apple Says Only Reputable Coronavirus Apps Will Be Accepted on App Store, Recognized Entities Can Get Developer Fee Waived

New MacBook Air Possible as Early as Next Week Last March, MacRumors received an anonymous tip claiming that Apple would announce new iPad, iMac, and iPod models with three consecutive days of press releases the following week, and that information proved to be two-thirds accurate with new iPad Air and iPad mini models announced on […]

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Santa Clara County Bans All Gatherings of 1000+ People After Coronavirus Death

The County of Santa Clara’s Public Health Department today issued a mandatory order that requires all mass gatherings of 1,000 or more people in Santa Clara County to be canceled. Santa Clara County includes cities like Cupertino, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and San Jose, and it is the county where Apple’s two main campuses are […]

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Apple Sold 60 Percent Fewer iPhones in China Last Month Compared to February 2019 Amid Coronavirus Restrictions

Apple sold fewer than 500,000 iPhones in China last month amid the ongoing curbs on travel and transport, according to government data shared on Monday (via Reuters). Shipments of Apple devices slumped to 494,000, from 1.27 million in February 2019. In January, their shipments had held steady at just over 2 million. That amounts to […]

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DigiTimes: Apple’s Travel Restrictions Could Delay iPhone 12 Launch Until October

Apple’s ban on its engineers from traveling to Asia in the wake of the coronavirus has affected the development of its next-generation iPhone which could result in a delayed fall launch, claims a new report today from DigiTimes.According to the supply chain-focused Taiwanese publication, Apple has extended the deadline by one month to the end […]

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DigiTimes: Apple’s Travel Restrictions Could Delay iPhone 12 Launch Until October

Apple’s ban on its engineers from traveling to Asia in the wake of the coronavirus has affected the development of its next-generation iPhone which could result in a delayed fall launch, claims a new report today from DigiTimes.According to the supply chain-focused Taiwanese publication, Apple has extended the deadline by one month to the end […]

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Tim Cook Offers Work From Home to Most Apple Staff Amid Coronavirus Concerns

Apple CEO Tim Cook has today offered employees at most of its global offices the ability to work from home, and announced new policies in light of the coronavirus outbreak.Image via David Paul Morris/Bloomberg Employees at several global offices have been told to “feel free to work remotely if your job allows,” for the week […]

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Apple’s Upcoming 5G iPhone Could Be Delayed Due to Coronavirus

Apple’s hotly anticipated 5G iPhone could be delayed to due to the coronavirus outbreak, according to a report from Bank of America analysts quoted by Bloomberg. The analysts believe Apple’s ‌5G iPhone‌ release could be delayed by a month this fall. iPhone 12 Pro concept via EverythingAppleProIn addition to delays of Apple’s “‌iPhone 12‌,” analysts also […]

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Apple Encouraging Employees in Silicon Valley to Work From Home Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

As the coronavirus continues to spread in Santa Clara County where many of Apple’s corporate offices are located, Apple is now encouraging employees in the area to work from home today if they are able to, according to Bloomberg‘s Mark Gurman.Apple has asked employees to do so as an “additional precaution,” and working from home […]

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‘Today at Apple’ Sessions Suspended in Italy Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

“Today at Apple” sessions have been suspended at all Apple Stores in Italy through at least March 19, as noted by setteBIT and iMore, presumably as a precautionary measure due to the ongoing COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak.Italy has been hit particularly bad by the coronavirus outbreak, with nearly 4,000 infections reported in the country, according to […]

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Santa Clara County Asks Apple, Google and Others to Cancel Large In-Person Meetings and Conferences

Santa Clara County, which includes cities like Cupertino, Palo Alto, Mountain View, and San Jose, today issued new health guidelines (via The Verge) recommending that companies minimize or cancel “large in-person meetings and conferences.”The updated guidance comes as six new COVID-19 cases were found today, which means there are now at least 20 people in […]

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Apple Rejecting Coronavirus Apps Not From Health or Government Organizations

Apple is rejecting apps that are related to the COVID-19 coronavirus that aren’t provided by health organizations or government institutions, according to CNBCFour independent developers that spoke to CNBC said that their coronavirus apps, which were designed to let people see stats about which countries have confirmed cases, had been rejected. One developer was told […]

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COVID-19 Coronavirus: Impact on Apple’s iPhone, Mac and WWDC

The COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak has been spreading around the world since January, and so far, it has had a major impact on Apple’s device production and device sales in affected countries like China.As the virus continues to move through the United States and other countries, it could lead to production and supply problems for several […]

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Apple’s Victoria Square Store in Belfast Reportedly Undergoes Deep Clean Amid COVID-19 Contamination Fears

Apple’s Victoria Square retail store in Belfast, Northern Ireland reportedly closed its doors early on Wednesday to undergo a deep clean, following suspicions of a coronavirus contamination in the local area.Video shared on Facebook appeared to capture a clean-up operation taking place at the store in the early evening. In the clip, two people wearing […]

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Coronavirus, votre PC peut aider le monde scientifique à le combattre, explications

Coronavirus COVID-19 / 2019-nCoV – Illustration créée par le Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), Auteur : Jérôme Gianoli Dans Science et technologie 05/03/2020 Le projet Folding@home se mobilise face au coronavirus. L’objectif est de concentrer la puissance de calcul des milliers d’ordinateurs. Elle va permettre d’aider les scientifiques à combattre sa propagation. Folding@home […]

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