You don’t actually need a MacBook Pro

You don’t actually need a MacBook Pro

Welcome to our regular collection of our Apple Breakfast column, including all of the Apple news you missed this week in a handy bite-sized roundup. We call it Apple Breakfast because we think it goes great with a morning cup of coffee or tea, but it’s cool if you want to give it a read … Read more

Dutch authorities arrest a developer in Amsterdam suspected to be involved with Tornado Cash, two days after the US sanctioned the crypto mixing service (Andrew Rummer/The Block)

Dutch authorities arrest a developer in Amsterdam suspected to be involved with Tornado Cash, two days after the US sanctioned the crypto mixing service (Andrew Rummer/The Block)

Andrew Rummer / The Block: Dutch authorities arrest a developer in Amsterdam suspected to be involved with Tornado Cash, two days after the US sanctioned the crypto mixing service— – Dutch authorities arrested a developer suspected of involvement in Tornado Cash on Wednesday, two days after the US government sanctioned the crypto mixing service.

Stephen Colbert gets severed in a comedic ‘Severance’ parody

Stephen Colbert gets severed in a comedic ‘Severance’ parody

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and may earn commission as an Amazon Associate and affiliate partner on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. On an episode of “The Late Show with Stephen Colbert,” a lengthy skit was shared of some “deleted scenes” from the Apple TV+ psychological … Read more

Digital pension platform Penfold raises $8.5M Series A led by Bridford Group – TechCrunch

Digital pension platform Penfold raises .5M Series A led by Bridford Group – TechCrunch

Penfold, a digital pension platform, has closed a £7m ($8.49m) Series A funding round led by Bridford Group, an investment group. Also participating in the round was Jeremy Coller, Chief Investment Officer and Chairman of Coller Capital. Penfold also raised additional funding via a crowdfund amongst its customer base. The cash will be used to … Read more

The Chip Shortage Leads To The Strangest Things

The Chip Shortage Leads To The Strangest Things

The global chip shortage has not made the life of the electronic design engineer an easy one, as products have been designed around whatever parts are available rather than the first choices. This has manifested itself in some unexpected ways, including as [CNX software] investigates, products whose multiple-choice bill of materials has led to mistakes … Read more

Sources: Apple tells its assemblers to make 90M of its newest iPhones, on par with 2021; IDC expects the smartphone market to shrink 3.5% in 2022 (Debby Wu/Bloomberg)

Sources: Apple tells its assemblers to make 90M of its newest iPhones, on par with 2021;  IDC expects the smartphone market to shrink 3.5% in 2022 (Debby Wu/Bloomberg)

Debbie Wu / Bloomberg: Sources: Apple tells its assemblers to make 90M of its newest iPhones, on par with 2021; IDC expects the smartphone market to shrink 3.5% in 2022— Apple Inc. has asked suppliers to build at least as many of its next-generation iPhones this year as in 2021, counting on an affluent clientele … Read more

Samsung’s Latest Earbuds Ask You to Correct Your Posture – Review Geek

Samsung’s Latest Earbuds Ask You to Correct Your Posture – Review Geek

Samsung Are you hunching over your phone like a creepy little goblin? Samsung’s latest earbuds, the Galaxy Buds 2 Pro, could help you break that habit with “neck stretch reminders.” It’s a weird feature, but hey, anything’s better than neck or back pain. The “neck stretch reminders” were discovered by @MilesAboveTech in Samsung’s Galaxy Buds … Read more