Point the app at a folder of movies and it downloads cover art and other metadata.
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Apple’s push into the streaming market means it’s unlikely to advance its local video playback tools, leaving the QuickTime Player as its only native application. There are third–party solutions like VLC which can use any video file but aren’t refined — and then there’s Infuse. With apps for iOS, Mac, and Apple TV, Infuse aims to take the hassle out of playback and library management of your movie collection.
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RANDOM APPLE MEMORY - Apple goes portable with AirPort Express
Charlotte Henry recalls how Apple entered, then exited, the highly competitive world of internet routers
OnMail — Fast & Simple Email
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Third time is not the charm
Easy network streaming for your movies
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A whole lot of fun on two wheels
Drop + THX Panda Wireless Headphones
High fidelity listening with a personal touch
A new microphone champion
MAC TO THE FUTURE
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3 TECH GIANTS REPORT COMBINED PROFITS OF MORE THAN $50B
Three tech companies — Apple, Microsoft and Google owner Alphabet — reported combined profits of more than $50 billion in the April-June quarter, underscoring their unparalleled influence and success at reshaping the way we live.
RUSSIA FINES GOOGLE FOR VIOLATING DATA STORAGE LAW
A Moscow court ordered Google on Thursday to pay a fine of 3 million rubles (roughly $41,000) for refusing to store the personal data of Russian users on servers in Russia, a move that is part of the government’s longstanding effort to tighten its grip on online activity.
Fruit Salad With Flair Is Perfect for Summer
Game War - NETFLIX ENTERS THE BATTLE ROYALE OF GAMING PLATFORMS
Over the past 18 months, consumers have spent more time at home than ever before, not only working, but socializing, learning new skills, and playing games. Video gaming as a whole saw a significant increase during this period and the gaming platform Steam recorded an all-time high of 23.6 million average concurrent users in April 2020. A year later, rival firms want a slice of the pie. Following Apple’s expansion into gaming with Arcade, Netflix is the latest player entering the game, announcing its intention to launch its own gaming titles.
I Still Like the Trillion-Dollar Stocks
When Product Placement Is the Real Star
Goods featured in TV shows and films capture the attention of viewers who ignore ads
NETFLIX CONFIRMS MOVE INTO VIDEO GAMES AS ITS GROWTH SLOWS
Netflix reported its worst slowdown in subscriber growth in eight years as people emerged from their pandemic cocoons. But it has an answer to that: Video games.
The Beast Must Die
REVENGE IS A dish best served with a slow burn in a six-part melodrama that puts two broken souls on a search for answers on the scenic Isle of Wight.
Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 40mm
TIME IS THE MOST valuable thing we have in our lives. It’s finite, fluid, fleeting, and often not appreciated until it’s gone.
TAIWAN CHIPMAKER TSMC SAYS PROFIT UP 11.2% AS DEMAND RISES
TSMC, the biggest contract manufacturer of processor chips for Apple Inc. and other global brands, said Thursday its latest quarterly profit rose 11.2% over a year earlier to $4.8 billion as demand for smartphones and consumer electronics increased.