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Microsoft brings Mac users up to date with Office 2016 for Mac
Microsoft has distributed its Office 2016 suite for Mac to registered Office 365 users, marking the first full Office overhaul Macs have seen since 2011. The upgrade includes changes to Word, PowerPoint, Excel, OneNote and Outlook and touts some OS X-specific features, in addition to the expected Windows updates. TechCrunch (7/9), Digital Trends (7/9), The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/9)

"Never give up on a dream just because of the time it will take to accomplish it. The time will pass anyway."
-- Earl Nightingale,
radio personality and motivational speaker

Beta of Apple iOS 9 is offered
Apple is moving closer to the release of iOS 9 by offering a public beta of the software, which includes improvements to the Siri concierge service and more features for newer iPads, especially the Air 2. The upgrade adds multitasking features to tablets and cleans up bugs from earlier versions. Ars Technica (7/9)



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Vinli's stick aims to turn old vehicles into connected cars
Vinli has introduced a $100 device that will allow older cars to link to the Internet and download applications, in effect turning them into connected vehicles. The device, which users plug into the car's OBD port, includes a 4G connection, a Wi-Fi hot spot, GPS and Bluetooth. Besides hooking up to Netflix, Vinli also allows apps to track the car's health and fuel efficiency, monitor the vehicle live and check to see if a driver has been speeding. American Public Media/Marketplace (7/9)

American Express enhances mobile experience for customers
American Express is looking to improve its mobile services to customers with an upgrade of its application. Changes include a Touch ID login, notification of nearby offers, fraud-alert verification and simpler-to-understand rewards information. MobileCommerceDaily.com (7/8)

Apple is reportedly ordering next iPhone in record numbers

Apple is planning to produce more iPhones than ever for its next planned models, a report states, adding that the company has asked suppliers to makes 85 million to 90 million units combined for the reported 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch handsets, which would be the same size screens as the current-model iPhones. The Wall Street Journal (tiered subscription model) (7/8), CNET (7/8)

Consumers slow to warm up to digital wallets
Just 13% of smartphone users have a digital wallet on their phone, and three-quarters of these consumers seldom or never use it, according to a Gallup poll. Meanwhile, 91% of consumers without a digital wallet say they are unlikely to acquire one in the near future. Gallup Business Journal (7/8)

Smartphone shipments to grow as other devices lag

Mobile-phone shipments are the standout factor that will account for a small gain in shipments for all computing devices this year, according to a Gartner analysis. However, tablet sales are projected to fall 5.9% year-over-year as more people opt to keep their current devices. ZDNet (7/7)

Ecobee3 smart thermostat hits Apple Stores

The Ecobee3 smart thermostat is now being sold in Apple Stores, after initially being available only from Apple online. The $250 device is compatible with Apple's HomeKit hub, can respond to voice commands via Siri and can be controlled remotely with an iPhone or iPad. Business Insider (7/7)

Vendors shift to meet demand for 43-inch displays

Consumers are buying more 43-inch TV displays than 42-inch displays, LG Display and AU Optronics reported, making the larger screen the new favorite in the 39- to 43-inch TV range. Samsung Display and Chinese vendor BOE are slated to ramp up 43-inch display production this year or early next year. DigiTimes (7/6)



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Ford brings BlackBerry interface to cars this summer
Ford Motor Co. is planning a summer debut for its new wireless-based Sync 3 in-car software with BlackBerry's QNX operating system, which replaces Microsoft's platform. Research showed most drivers found the original interface, MyFord Touch, too confusing. Bloomberg (7/2)

CES 2016 registration opens soon

Save the Date! Registration for CES® 2016, the world's gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies, opens on this Wednesday, July 8. Registration is only $100 through Dec. 20. The fee increases to $300 on Dec. 21 through the opening of the show. Check out highlights from CES® 2015 and don't forget to register!

"Happiness can be found in even the darkest of times, if only one remembers to turn on the light."
-- Steve Kloves,
screenwriter

"Buy" buttons hope to simplify mobile shopping

Purchase conversions from consumer clicks on mobile ads are much less likely than are conversions from clicks on desktop advertising, adMarketplace has found. So companies such as Google, Twitter, Pinterest and Facebook are adding "buy" buttons to their ad offerings to try to simplify online shopping for smartphone users. The New York Times (tiered subscription model) (7/5)

Sony goes big with SRS-X Bluetooth speakers

Sony has added three Bluetooth speakers to its SRS-X line that are bigger and pack more features than the SRS-X speakers released last month. The SRS-X77, X88 and X99 are priced at $300, $400 and $700, respectively, and they all feature Sony's ClearAudio+ technology. Digital Trends (7/1)

Facebook chief envisions future of instant thought sharing

Social networking in the future will be something akin to friends sharing thoughts without even having to type them into a device, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in response to a user's query about the social network's future. "You'll just be able to think of something and your friends will immediately be able to experience it too if you'd like. This would be the ultimate communication technology," he said. CNNMoney (6/30)

Sources: Qualcomm LTE chip to power Apple's next iPhone
Apple's next iPhone, expected to debut this fall, will be powered by a Qualcomm Long-Term Evolution chip that will have double the download speed of the iPhone 6, sources say. The new phone could reach speeds of 300 megabits per second and boast a better battery life, a 9to5Mac report states. CNET (7/1), Forbes (7/1), 9to5Mac (7/1)

Dixons Carphone partners with Sprint to make U.S. debut
U.K.-based wireless retailer Dixons Carphone has sealed a deal with Sprint to open up to 500 stores in the U.S. Plans are already in the works for the first 20 stores, which will be operated by Dixons under the Sprint banner. The Telegraph (London) (tiered subscription model) (7/2)

How TPA supports the digital economy
Representing more than 2,000 U.S. consumer technology companies, CEA applauds the Senate for passing Trade Promotion Authority, which will help pass future trade agreements that will eliminate unnecessary tariffs and other barriers that are unduly burdening U.S. trade, creating a more open and equitable global market for consumer technology, specifically, intellectual property and digital goods and services, as well as cross-border data flows. Nearly 40 million American jobs are sustained by trade. For more information, visit The Daily Caller.

"The mystery of life is not a problem to be solved; it is a reality to be experienced."
-- J.J. van der Leeuw,
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Microsoft's "superconnector" code could catch legacy devices up with IoT
Microsoft's open-source "superconnector" code will allow legacy Internet connected devices to communicate with all AllJoyn-compliant devices. AllJoyn, Qualcomm's Internet of Things standard supported by the AllSeen Alliance, is going head to head with Apple's HomeKit, Intel's Iotivity, and Google's Weave and Brillo to create the go-to IoT standard. Fortune (6/30)

Sky video streaming targets younger set
Sky is targeting 4- to 9-year-olds with a new video streaming service that competes with similar child-centered offerings from Netflix and YouTube. The service will include options for parental filtering, and offer content from Cartoon Network, Disney and Nickelodeon. ITProPortal.com (U.K.) (6/29)

Fon's Wi-Fi sharing network can't solve U.S. market
Fon has reached deals covering 15.6 million of the world's hot spots with its Wi-Fi sharing operation, but the Wi-Fi aggregator has failed to complete a comprehensive agreement with a U.S. carrier. Vodafone in Spain and Italy, as well as Australia's Telstra, have recently signed up with Fon, whose model is based on broadband subscribers sharing their networks with others. PCWorld/IDG News Service (6/30)

Olympus Air helps mobile devices become better cameras

Olympus is bringing its Air device, which transforms iOS and Android mobile devices into better cameras, to the U.S., starting at $299. The Air had previously been available only in Japan. The Verge (6/30)

Best Buy plans for 200 "Samsung Open House" shops in stores

Best Buy is deepening its relationship with Samsung, announcing plans to add "Samsung Open House" mini-shops, which will be dedicated to the brand's home appliances, to 200 store locations by the end of 2015. The consumer electronics retailer sees appliances as a growing sector for its business. Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.) (6/30)

Independent audit confirms record 176,676 attendees at 2015 CES
The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)®, owner and producer of CES®, today announced that the independent audit of the 2015 International CES®, performed by Veris Consulting, LLC, is now available on CESweb.org. The audit confirms that attendance at the 2015 CES reached a record 176,676 industry professionals from 153 countries, with 48,833 attendees coming from outside the U.S. Additionally, 6,952 media attended the show to report on the latest consumer technologies and trends, resulting in more than 950 million media impressions. CES also had a solid presence on social media with more than 750,000 mentions of #CES2015 during the four days of the show and 7.51 billion total potential Twitter impressions, which is nearly the world's population. CEA confirmed that CES also featured more than 3,600 exhibitors across more than 2.23 million net square feet of exhibit space. Registration for CES 2016 opens July 8. Learn more on CESweb.org.

Love the moment and the energy of that moment will spread beyond all boundaries."
-- Corita Kent,
nun, artist and educator

Amazon offers funds, kit for developers to work with voice recognition
Amazon is offering an Alexa Skills Kit and $100 million in funding for developers to innovate using the company's voice-recognition service. The funding focus will be on products designed around the home using the personal assistant. The VAR Guy (6/30)

Comcast adds baseball features to X1, plans gaming service
Comcast has added "Baseball Extras" to the Xfinity Sports application on its X1 platform, offering a range of data-driven interactive tools for fans to access before, during and after live games. Comcast is also working to offer X1 customers a $10 monthly subscription gaming service in partnership with Electronic Arts. Multichannel News (6/29), Light Reading (6/25)

Uber purchases Microsoft's mapping assets

Uber has reached a deal with Microsoft to purchase mapping assets including cameras, a Colorado data center, intellectual property and around 100 Bing employees. "[W]e will no longer collect mapping imagery ourselves, and instead will continue to partner with premium content and imagery providers for underlying data while concentrating our resources on the core user experience," Microsoft said. ZDNet (6/29), CIO.com/IDG News Service (6/29), TechCrunch (6/29)

LG's hexagon battery aims to improve smartwatch life

A hexagonal battery developed through LG's Free Form Battery program could boost battery life in future smartwatches by up to four hours, the company claims. "We are going to take the top position in the small-battery field in 2018," said Kwon Young Soo, president of LG Chem's battery business department. Digital Trends (6/29)



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Report: HDTV buyers want to see screens, compare prices
Consumers are making decisions on HDTVs based on price and in-store displays, a J.D. Power customer satisfaction report states. The report showed that customers who purchased HDTVs with 50-inch screens or larger are more satisfied than those who opted for smaller screens. TWICE (6/29)

" Kindness, at least actual, is in our power, but fondness is not."
-- Samuel Johnson,
poet and essayist

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103. ab_Searchfilename This program search any filename on your system and copy to C:\ab_search\found
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105. ab_openpdf This program automatically open every 10 PDFs, then close and continue till all PDFs (20,000 PDFs) in any directory/folder, or on DVD to check for damaged/error message. If one PDF damaged, program will pop up a window and stop. Program also provide a timing log and option to pause every 10 PDFs.

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