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Daily Crunch: Apple releases latest MacOS update

Date published: 2019-10-09
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1. Apples MacOS Catalina is now available
Catalina bucks the trend of recent MacOS updates with some pronounced changes the underlying principles are the same, but the latest version of Apple’s Mac operating system makes some fundamental updates to popular apps, like getting rid of iTunes.
Brian Heater argues that these changes will have an immediate impact on current usage while also laying the groundwork for future evolutions.
2. Sonys next console is the PlayStation 5, arriving holidays 2020
The company is saving most of the details for future announcements, but it did reveal a few things about the upcoming game console like the fact that the controllers will include new haptic feedback.
3. Group Nine acquires PopSugar
Earlier this year, there were reports that Group Nine which was formed by the merger of Thrillist, NowThis, The Dodo and Seeker was in talks to acquire a different womens lifestyle publisher, Refinery29, which was ultimately acquired by Vice Media instead.
4. Chinese firms Tencent, Vivo and CCTV suspend ties with the NBA over Hong Kong tweet
Smartphone maker Vivo, broadcaster CCTV and internet giant Tencent said today they are suspending all cooperation with the National Basketball Association, becoming the latest Chinese firms to cut ties with the league following a tweet from a Houston Rockets executive supporting Hong Kongs pro-democracy protesters.
5. Operas desktop browser gets built-in tracking protection
The marquee feature of Opera’s latest desktop browser is the addition of a blocker that will make it harder for advertisers and others to track you while you browse the web and which has the additional benefit of speeding up your browsing session. In fact, Opera argues that turning on both the tracking protection and the built-in ad blocker ca ...

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