Apple Original film ‘Tetris’ set to premeire at SXSW

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“Tetris” will premiere worldwide in March at South by Southwest 2023 and will launch on Apple TV+ soon.

The film follows Henk Rogers, a video game salesman, on a quest to acquire the rights to Tetris. Taron Egerton (“Rocketman,”) stars as Rogers.

Nikita Efremov stars as Alexey Pajitnov, the Russian-born American game developer responsible for creating Tetris in Soviet-era Russia.

The announcement was made on Twitter by the official Tetris Twitter account.

“Tetris” joins Apple’s ever-growing lineup of original films, including thriller “Sharper,” animated comedy “Luck,” and Will Smith’s “Emancipation.”

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Apple spent more on lobbying than ever before as tech execs shelled out donations to key Republicans

Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft broke their lobbying spending records last year as they fended off heightened scrutiny of their business models and power over the US economy.

U.S. Capitol Building
The United States Capitol Building

Facebook-parent Meta Platforms and Google-parent Alphabet spent slightly less than previous years, but they both still landed among the top 10 spenders in Washington.

Emily Birnbaum for Bloomberg News:

In total, the top tech companies spent nearly $70 million on lobbying in 2022, outstripping other industries including pharmaceuticals and oil and gas, according to a Bloomberg News tally of lobbying disclosures filed with Congress. The companies spent millions more on their wide array of trade groups, nonprofits and think tanks in Washington, but they aren’t required to disclose those numbers…

Apple spent a total of $9.36 million in 2022, a dramatic increase that tops the $6.5 million the company spent in 2021. Amazon spent nearly $20 million, outpacing a previous high of $19 million. And Microsoft, which faced battles against the other tech giants as well as the FTC, spent almost $10 million, notching just slightly more than it spent at its last peak in 2013.

Some individual tech executives increased their political giving, particularly to Republicans who are now in leadership positions overseeing the industry in Congress. Many of those Republicans have lambasted the tech giants, complaining about the companies’ power over online speech and ties to China.

Apple’s government affairs executive Tim Powderly gave $5,000 to California Republican Kevin McCarthy in the run-up to his election as House Speaker. He also gave $2,900 to Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, the new chair of the House Judiciary Committee, which has jurisdiction over some technology issues.

MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote last month regarding Apple’s lobbying efforts, “A drop in the ocean. Apple spent more than $9.4 million on toilet paper last year.”

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Apple spent more on lobbying than ever before as tech execs shelled out donations to key Republicans

Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft broke their lobbying spending records last year as they fended off heightened scrutiny of their business models and power over the US economy.

U.S. Capitol Building
The United States Capitol Building

Facebook-parent Meta Platforms and Google-parent Alphabet spent slightly less than previous years, but they both still landed among the top 10 spenders in Washington.

Emily Birnbaum for Bloomberg News:

In total, the top tech companies spent nearly $70 million on lobbying in 2022, outstripping other industries including pharmaceuticals and oil and gas, according to a Bloomberg News tally of lobbying disclosures filed with Congress. The companies spent millions more on their wide array of trade groups, nonprofits and think tanks in Washington, but they aren’t required to disclose those numbers…

Apple spent a total of $9.36 million in 2022, a dramatic increase that tops the $6.5 million the company spent in 2021. Amazon spent nearly $20 million, outpacing a previous high of $19 million. And Microsoft, which faced battles against the other tech giants as well as the FTC, spent almost $10 million, notching just slightly more than it spent at its last peak in 2013.

Some individual tech executives increased their political giving, particularly to Republicans who are now in leadership positions overseeing the industry in Congress. Many of those Republicans have lambasted the tech giants, complaining about the companies’ power over online speech and ties to China.

Apple’s government affairs executive Tim Powderly gave $5,000 to California Republican Kevin McCarthy in the run-up to his election as House Speaker. He also gave $2,900 to Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, the new chair of the House Judiciary Committee, which has jurisdiction over some technology issues.

MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote last month regarding Apple’s lobbying efforts, “A drop in the ocean. Apple spent more than $9.4 million on toilet paper last year.”

Please help support MacDailyNews. Click or tap here to support our independent tech blog. Thank you!

Shop The Apple Store at Amazon.


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Apple spent more on lobbying than ever before as tech execs shelled out donations to key Republicans

Apple, Amazon, and Microsoft broke their lobbying spending records last year as they fended off heightened scrutiny of their business models and power over the US economy.

U.S. Capitol Building
The United States Capitol Building

Facebook-parent Meta Platforms and Google-parent Alphabet spent slightly less than previous years, but they both still landed among the top 10 spenders in Washington.

Emily Birnbaum for Bloomberg News:

In total, the top tech companies spent nearly $70 million on lobbying in 2022, outstripping other industries including pharmaceuticals and oil and gas, according to a Bloomberg News tally of lobbying disclosures filed with Congress. The companies spent millions more on their wide array of trade groups, nonprofits and think tanks in Washington, but they aren’t required to disclose those numbers…

Apple spent a total of $9.36 million in 2022, a dramatic increase that tops the $6.5 million the company spent in 2021. Amazon spent nearly $20 million, outpacing a previous high of $19 million. And Microsoft, which faced battles against the other tech giants as well as the FTC, spent almost $10 million, notching just slightly more than it spent at its last peak in 2013.

Some individual tech executives increased their political giving, particularly to Republicans who are now in leadership positions overseeing the industry in Congress. Many of those Republicans have lambasted the tech giants, complaining about the companies’ power over online speech and ties to China.

Apple’s government affairs executive Tim Powderly gave $5,000 to California Republican Kevin McCarthy in the run-up to his election as House Speaker. He also gave $2,900 to Ohio Republican Jim Jordan, the new chair of the House Judiciary Committee, which has jurisdiction over some technology issues.

MacDailyNews Take: As we wrote last month regarding Apple’s lobbying efforts, “A drop in the ocean. Apple spent more than $9.4 million on toilet paper last year.”

Please help support MacDailyNews. Click or tap here to support our independent tech blog. Thank you!

Shop The Apple Store at Amazon.


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New HomePod Delivered to One Lucky Customer Two Days Early

The second-generation HomePod is set to be released on Friday, February 3, which is the day that pre-orders will be delivered and when the speakers will be available for purchase in retail stores. One lucky MacRumors reader received his HomePod days early, with the device delivered today.

homepod early macrumors reader
The ‌HomePod‌ in question was ordered from Best Buy and was mistakenly delivered early by the Canada Post.

Apple’s second-generation ‌HomePod‌ is almost identical to the now-discontinued original ‌HomePod‌, coming in at just a bit shorter. The major external design difference is the revamped display, which is edge-to-edge, larger, and improves the overall look of the speaker.

The internal components have also been changed with Apple tweaking the number of tweeters and microphones, but reviewers have found that the speaker largely sounds the same as the original model. As with the first ‌HomePod‌, the new version comes in two colors, white and a new midnight shade.

Apple is selling the ‌HomePod‌ for $299, and it can be purchased from the Apple website. It will be in stores on Friday.

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Rokform Rugged iPad Case review: Strong protection in a slim casing

Rugged iPad Case Kickstand Grip in landscape orientation


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Protective cases are usually bulky for max protection, but the Rokform Rugged iPad Case offers durability at a fraction of the dimensions of other protective cases.

The Rugged iPad Case offers a durable design that offers connectivity to magnetic surfaces and the ability to add additional accessories to the back of it with a push-and-twist installation method.

Rugged cases are usually not the best-looking cases to get, but the Rokform Rugged iPad Case is one of the slimmest protective cases you can find — with the addition of the optional add-on accessories and mounting connectivity.

Included in the box and compatible devices

While the main product is the Rugged iPad Case, there is more that comes in the box than just that.

Included in the box with the case is a tempered glass screen protector for you to put on your iPad. If you already have one installed, you can keep it on and the case will still work as originally intended.

The screen protector is optional, and you do not even need to put it on to use the case, but it is highly recommended you do so you get the max protection for your iPad.

Rokform Rugged iPad Case design

The Rokform Rugged iPad Case is made out hard-plastic that is currently only offered in black finish. The casing is in two pieces — the front panel and the back cover.

The case wraps around every side and corner of your iPad and leaves appropriate cutouts for all the buttons, speakers, and ports. The Rugged iPad Case gives six-sided 360-degree protection to your device, and the corners are padded with multi-layer protection.

The buttons are easy to press through the case and do not require you to press firmly on them to work and function properly.

If you are using an iPad Pro with the case, you may realize the power button cutout is a little bigger than your iPad’s power button — this is to fit the larger button on the iPad Air that has Touch ID built into it.

Power button cutout

There is a raised flap on the side for your Apple Pencil, and while the case visually covers up the charging dock for your Pencil, it does not interfere with the charging power the Pencil gets.

Apple Pencil holding compartment

The case covers the front-facing camera and leaves cutouts for the main camera and all of the sensors surrounding it. When testing out the front-facing camera and Face ID with the case on, we found no problems with how the technology worked compared to before the case was put on.

The back of the iPad has an anti-slip design and texture to prevent your iPad from easy slip away from you when on a slick surface or in your hands.

Back of the Rugged iPad Case with an anti-slip design and texture

Underneath the anti-grip design are magnets that allow you to place your iPad on any magnetic surface and utilize it from there. These magnets are strong and hold your iPad distinctly in place without leaving any worries that it’ll fall.

This is a feature that you may not use a lot, but while utilize it, we found it nice to be able to put the iPad on the refrigerator and FaceTime a friend while making dinner without the worries that the iPad would get dirty from the ingredients that were being used. If you have an iPad that supports Center Stage, then the design becomes more useful by allowing your iPad to follow you when walking around.

iPad attached to a refrigerator via the magnetic back of the Rugged iPad Case

This is the same magnetic technology that can be found inside iPhones and iPads already — so it is safe if you had any worries about it. Rokform does advise to not use it if you have an implanted device.

In the middle of the back of the case is the Twist Lock. From the get-go, the Twist Lock will have a strong magnetic puck placed inside of it with the company’s logo on it, but if you pop it out from the inside of the case, then you can add the additional accessories that the company offers.

Center magnetic puck that can detach from the case

You do not need to keep the center puck inside the case to have it attach to magnetic surfaces, it just adds a stronger magnetic connection from it when installed on the case.

The case weighs 10.04 oz with the center magnet on the back or 8.8 oz without it.

Rokform Rugged iPad Case accessories

Rokform offers two accessories that work with the Twist Lock installation method — a kickstand and a hand strap.

Both install similarly — you press firmly on them and then twist 45 degrees to the left or right to lock them in place — but their functionalities are different for how you use them. The technique to install them into the case may be difficult at first, but once you get the hang of it, it becomes quite easy.

Rokform Rugged iPad Case Kickstand Grip

The Kickstand Grip works as you would intend it to — it props up your iPad in either portrait or landscape and keeps it in that position until you move it. You can install the kickstand while the iPad is in either orientation and it will still hold your device up to the way you want it to.

The kickstand is sturdy, and while it moves freely, it stays stationed in the position you set it to. It also offered an anti-slip design, so you can have no worries about your iPad slipping or falling while it’s positioned upwards.

Rugged iPad Case Kickstand Grip in portrait orientation

While the design of the kickstand is sturdy, it also has another use as well, and that is as a handle. The center of the stand is cut out, so you can carry your iPad around via the handle without the worry of it detaching from the case.

Black is currently the only color option it comes in.

Rokform Rugged iPad Case Hand Strap

The hand strap is used to hold your iPad with one hand without the worry of it slipping away or falling while holding it. The ergonomic design of the strap offers a comfortable fit for your hand while using it.

Rugged iPad Case with optional hand strap

The strap can be pulled tighter or released to make it looser depending on your hand size. It is easy to do because the strap is velcro.

Adjustable hand strap with velcro attachment

The grip-technology build makes the strap easy to use when utilizing it. It can be installed to be positioned via portrait or landscape orientation.

It currently only comes in black.

A tough design with more to it

Protection and durability are at the forefront of what the Rokform Rugged iPad Case is intended for, but with all the functionality and accessories it offers, it becomes more than just a touch iPad case. It offers further customization by allows you to add additional accessories to it and making the using-experience more enjoyable and productive.

The magnetic back was a handy surprise that opened the door to more useful placements when mounting the iPad to either take a group photo or keep it out of the way around dirty areas. The anti-grip design also eased any worries of the iPad fleeing away when on a non-magnetic surface or in hand.

The hand strap did not offer as much use for its price, but the kickstand was very sturdy in its placement when either using it in portrait or landscape orientation. The installation process also kept each accessory secure during each use.

While the case can be hard to take off, it just shows how protective the case is for your iPad and how it will not easily come off after having it on for quite some time. The only downside is that the case only comes in black — for now — so color preference is heavily limited.

The Rugged iPad Case will keep your iPad secure from any drops or accidents that may happen to or around it. The slim design doesn’t add too much dimension to your iPad and easily fits in bags or carrying cases.

If you are looking for a rugged protective case — but don’t want the bulkiness that usually comes with it — then heavily consider looking at the Rokform Rugged iPad Case and give your iPad the protection it deserves.

Rokform Rugged iPad Case pros

  • Durable design
  • Thin casing
  • Strong magnetic functionality
  • Solid accessories installation technique
  • Anti-slip design

Rokform Rugged iPad Case cons

  • Difficult to take the case off when need to
  • Accessory installation requires a strong push
  • Only available in one color currently
  • Limited accessories currently
  • Rating: 4 out of 5

    Where to buy

    The Rokform Rugged iPad Case can be purchased on the Rokform website for $89.99. The iPad Kickstand Grip attachment can be added on for $29.99, and the iPad Hand Strap can be added on as well for an additional $29.99.

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    This convenient magnetic iPhone charger can go anywhere you go

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    This convenient magnetic iPhone charger can go anywhere you go

    This convenient magnetic iPhone charger can go anywhere you go and keep your phone powered up.
    Charge your iPhone anywhere with this discounted wireless charger, now only $39.99.
    Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

    The iPhone is an exceptionally popular tool, and plenty of accessories promise to enhance the user experience. Few items are more paramount than a reliable charging option that allows you to power up without pausing your day, though.

    That’s the case with this handy wireless iPhone charger. And currently, you can pick up one for a fraction of the typical cost. Typically $119, the stylish and sleek Speedy Mag charger is available for only $39.99.

    Keep your iPhone powered up no matter where the day takes you

    Compatible with the iPhone 12 and newer models, this charger is primed to power your device without a need to slow down. The built-in magnet and metal plate ensure the wireless charger sticks securely to your phone and prevents it from sliding off. To charge your iPhone, simply place it on the Speedy Mag, and it’ll automatically start juicing up.

    And for our non-iPhone users out there, this sleek wireless charger is also a great, versatile product. Though the Speedy Mag charger is optimized for iPhones, it’s also compatible with all Qi-enabled wireless products, including Android phones.

    Designed to protect devices from overheating and overcharging, this charger cuts out the need for tangled messes and bulky cords that often accompany mobile devices. Its sleek and minimalist design makes it an ideal addition to any backpack, purse or travel bag. No matter where you go, it’s prepared to keep you powered up anywhere and at any time.

    Save big on this highly rated charger

    This product earned a 4.5 out of 5-star rating, with one verified buyer raving, “So small and compact, it’s a great addition for everyday carry. It charges quickly both from receiving a charge and also giving a charge and it’s so small and discreet. You barely know it’s there.”

    Avoid low-battery notifications and dead phones with this minimalist gadget. Get the Speedy Mag Wireless Charger now for just $39.99 (regularly $119).

    Prices subject to change.

    This article was originally posted here

    This convenient magnetic iPhone charger can go anywhere you go and keep your phone powered up

    This convenient magnetic iPhone charger can go anywhere you go and keep your phone powered up.
    Charge your iPhone anywhere with this discounted wireless charger, now only $39.99.
    Photo: Cult of Mac Deals

    The iPhone is an exceptionally popular tool in modern culture, and there are plenty of accessories that promise to enhance the user experience. Few items are more paramount than a reliable charging option that allows you to power up without pausing your day.

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    Stay powered up no matter where the day takes you

    Compatible with the iPhone 12 and newer models, this charger is primed to power your device without a need to slow down. The built-in magnet and metal plate ensures the wireless charger sticks securely to your phone and prevents it from sliding off. To charge your phone, all you have to do is simply place your iPhone on the Speedy Mag, and it’ll automatically start juicing up.

    And for our non-iPhone users out there, this sleek wireless charger is also a great, versatile product for those who’d prefer to still be able to share chargers with friends and family despite owning different devices. Though this charger is optimized for iPhones, it’s also compatible with all Qi-enabled wireless products, including Android phones.

    Designed to protect devices from overheating and overcharging, this charger cuts out the need for tangled messes and bulky cords that often accompany mobile devices. Its sleek and minimalist design makes it an ideal addition to any backpack, purse or travel bag. No matter where you go, it’s prepared to keep you powered up anywhere and at any time.

    Save big on this highly rated charger

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