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Comic: Siri is Why I'm Not Exactly Scared of Skynet

Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between.

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10 shortcuts every iPhone and iPad user need to know

These are the essential tips and tricks for every iPhone and iPad owner.

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How to enable, use, and disable dictation on iPhone and iPad

Dictation gives you the ability to talk to your iPhone or iPad instead of typing. You can access it almost anytime your keyboard is on screen, so if you really want you never have to type a text, email, note, or even Facebook message ever again.

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Here's how Apple plans to make iOS and macOS more secure

During a security session at WWDC 2016, Apple highlighted steps to strengthen the security of iOS and macOS. By the end of 2016, all apps submitted to the App Store must enforce the App Transport Security (ATS) protocol, which transmits all communications between an app and a web server over HTTPS.

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Windows Bridge for iOS tools updated with CoreFoundation support and more

Microsoft has updated its Windows Bridge for iOS developer tools with support for Apple's CoreFoundation framework along with adding new layout APIs and more sample apps and code.

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How to use Control Center on iPhone or iPad

Control Center lets you quickly access your iPhone and iPad Settings, adjust brightness, control media playback, get to AirDrop and AirPlay, and rapidly get to flashlight, timer, calculator, and camera. All at the flick or tap of a finger. Here's how it works

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How to use Workflow for iOS when you don't know where to start

When it comes to automating tasks on iOS, Workflow is the undisputed king. Learning to master Workflow is the first step to living an efficient, productive life on iOS, and it's how I've been working on my iPad for years now.

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Comic: Keep the Back Door Shut

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Keep the Back Door Shut

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Safari appears to be crashing for some when creating searches in the address bar

There appears to be an issue plaguing select iPhone and Mac owners, which results in Safari crashing when attempting to search for entered text using the address bar. Reports have been published by those rocking iOS and OS X hardware who have been able to reproduce the crash. Luckily, there appears to be an easy temporary fix if you happen to be among those affected.

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Microsoft's iPhone keyboard reportedly includes a one-handed interface

A new report claims that Microsoft's beta for its upcoming Word Flow keyboard for the iPhone will include a new one-handed fan-based interface. Such a UI is not included in the Windows Phone or Windows 10 Mobile version of the keyboard.

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