Day: January 11, 2023

One More Year Until Steamboat Willie’s Mickey Mouse Enters The Public Domain: Will Mickey Really Be Free?

As you’re probably aware, now that it’s January, we’re running our annual public domain game jam, for games based on works from 1927. This is the 5th year we’ve done this, ever since the public domain (finally) returned to the US after decades with no works ever reaching the public domain, due to never-ending copyright

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Apple Reality Pro AR/VR headset: xrOS reference discovered in Windows app
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Microsoft 365 Has a New $2/Month Tier: Here’s What You Get

Microsoft Microsoft 365 is perhaps one of the best tech subscriptions you can grab today, but now, the entry barrier is getting even lower. There’s a new “Basic” tier that costs just $2 per month. Microsoft 365 Basic new lower-end subscription that still gives you access to plenty of stuff. This plan will, at least

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Incipio launches its collection of AeroGrip Cases with MagSafe for iPhone 14 lineup

Phone accessory manufacturer Incipio has introduced its new collection of AeroGrip Cases with MagSafe for the iPhone 14 models. With a design inspired by aerospace engineering, it not only protects your iPhone but also adds a unique style to it. Read on as we detail everything about the Incipio AeroGrip Case for iPhone.

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Here’s a first look at the Apple Music, Apple TV, and Apple Devices apps coming to Windows 11

Microsoft and Apple announced last year that new Apple Music and Apple TV apps will soon be available for Windows users, who currently rely on iTunes or a web browser to access these services. While no release date has been provided, 9to5Mac got a closer look at an internal version of these apps.

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Apple developing touchscreen Macs that could debut in 2025 with new MacBook Pro

Apple is apparently planning a reversal for one of its long-held beliefs on the Mac. According to a new report from Bloomberg, Apple has teams of engineers actively working on touchscreen Macs. It could release a new MacBook Pro with touchscreen support as soon as 2025.

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Colorado Towns Keep Opting Out Of Dumb State Law Restricting Community Broadband

U.S. telecom monopolies like AT&T and Comcast spent millions of dollars and several decades quite literally buying shitty, protectionist laws in around twenty states that either ban or heavily hamstring towns and cities from building their own broadband networks. Even in instances where AT&T and Comcast have repeatedly refused to. In some cases, these industry ghost written

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