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Chimpanzee browsing Instagram on iPhone with precision goes viral [Video]

Unique animals get a lot of attention on social media, and the latest example is a savvy chimpanzee intentionally browsing Instagram on iPhone. Head below to check out this chimp that’s gone viral. more… The post Chimpanzee browsing Instagram on iPhone with precision goes viral [Video] appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Adobe previews Illustrator feature that allows artwork to be recolored from a photo

Today at OFFF in Barcelona, Adobe previewed a new intelligent feature that could someday make its way into Illustrator on the Mac. Known as the Color Transfer Sneak, the functionality could change the way artists work with color in their vector compositions. more… The post Adobe previews Illustrator feature that allows artwork to be recolored from a photo appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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Report says Apple halved spending on Amazon Web Services last year as it moves more cloud service operations in-house

A report on Monday indicated that Apple is spending upwards of $30 million a month on Amazon Web Services, suggesting Apple’s spending had increased by about 10% over the previous year. Today, The Information disputes these claims. It says that Apple spent about $370 million across 2018 (roughly $30m per month) but that is actually down compared to the year previously. In fact, Apple reportedly paid $775 million for AWS in 2017, which means 2018’s numbers represent a 50% drop … more… The post Report says Apple halved spending on Amazon Web Services last year as it moves more cloud service operations in-house appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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NSA reportedly tells White House phone-surveillance program no longer worthwhile

The National Security Agency (NSA) has reportedly told the White House that it no longer sees its phone-surveillance program as worth the effort it requires. It follows a report last month claiming that the NSA had in fact abandoned the program last year … more… The post NSA reportedly tells White House phone-surveillance program no longer worthwhile appeared first on 9to5Mac.

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