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  • iOS 11.2 to unleash ‘fast’ wireless charging for the iPhone 8, iPhone X 2017/11/14

    Apple is preparing to release iOS 11.2, an update that will enable 7.5W "fast charging" for the new iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus and iPhone X.

    Currently, iOS v11.1.1 supports only 5W wireless charging; iOS 11.2 is now in beta and expected to ship over the next month or so.

    While all three of the new iPhones are capable of taking a charge of up to 15 watts via the Qi v1.2 specification, the iOS platform doesn't support that raten of power transfer. In fact, it only supported 5W charging when originally launched in September.

    Additionally, only some wireless chargers support 7.5W wireless charging. Here's a list of Computerworld's top 10 wireless chargers, most of which support the "fast charging" capability.

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  • RStudio cloud service in the works? 2017/11/10

    An interesting result popped up when I searched for RStudio cloud this morning: RStudio.cloud from RStudio itself.

    "Kick the tires to your hearts delight - but don't plan on taking a cross-country trip just yet," the service warns on its home page.

    I logged in using my existing shinyapps.io account, which the home page advises to do. If  you don't use shinyapps.io, you can set up a new account there, or use Google or GitHub credentials. 

    The opening screen lets you create a project:

    RStudio.coudScreenshot at RStudio.cloud

    Page to create a project at RStudio.cloud.

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  • With Spark Assistant, Cisco adds voice-activated A.I. to videoconferencing 2017/11/03

    Virtual assistants are gaining popularity as Alexa, Siri, Cortana and Google Assistant get better at quickly retrieving information and helping to organize things. Joining them in the office are smart assistant chatbots, which are being integrated into a variety of enterprise applications.

    Now, Cisco wants to bring the power of voice-activated A.I. smarts to conference rooms with its Spark Assistant.   

    The idea is for Spark Assistant to take some of the pain out of setting up meetings by allowing voice commands to be used to call colleagues or start, join and leave meetings without interacting with physical devices. The A.I. assistant is activated with a simple, “Hey, Spark.”

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  • Apple putties Krack in macOS, iOS 2017/11/01

    Apple on Tuesday patched both macOS and iOS against serious vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA2) protocol used to secure wireless networks.

    Information about the flaws, dubbed "Krack" by their Belgian discoverer, made news earlier in the month when security researcher Mathy Vanhoef announced weaknesses in WPA2 that could allow criminals to read information transmitted over a Wi-Fi network thought to be encrypted.

    Krack, said Vanhoef, stood for "Key Reinstallation Attacks."

    The macOS 10.13.1 and iOS 11.1 updates addressed the Krack vulnerabilities, as well as a slew of others. The Mac update fixed a whopping 148 flaws, while the iPhone and iPad update quashed 20 bugs. The bulk of the macOS patches - 90 of the total - plugged holes in "tcpdump," an open-source network packet analyzer that's baked into the operating system.

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  • Apple just bought its own wireless charging company. Here's why. 2017/10/25

    Apple has purchased a New Zealand-based wireless charging company whose technology can send power to multiple devices, from headphones to remote controls, at the same time.

    As appealing as that may sound for mobile devices, Apple likely hopes to use the technology for a vast array of electronics such as the Apple TV remote control or its own computer mouse – and perhaps even for industrial applications.

    PowerByProxi wireless charging IDG/Lucas Mearian

    A prototype of PowerByProxi's wireless charging box, which can charge multiple devices at the same time. Inside the box is a remote-controlled car, a Wii controller and a TV remote control, all using wirelessly chargeable AA batteries. 

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