Regent Street, Quicken 2017, racer, Photolemur, Australian Apple Store employee transgressions


The Apple Store in Regent Street, London has reopened.
The Apple Store in Regent Street, London has reopened.

London’s renovated Regent Street Apple Store interior shown off in photos — After a year of renovations, the Regent Street Apple store in London is opening on October 15, and members of the press were given a sneak peek of the interior prior to the big day.

Quicken 2017 available for macOS (and iOS, Windows, Android OS) — Quicken 2017 is now available for Mac and Windows system. The new product line offers users a revamped interface, a mobile app that’s iPhone/iPad compatible, and new investment, reporting, and bill pay capabilities. The products have been re-designed to work optimally on high resolution displays.

You’ll want to take GRID 2 Reloaded Edition for the Mac for a (fast) spin — Vivid graphics and realistic gameplay make GRID 2 Reloaded Edition for the Mac a racing game you should definitely take for a spin. Much of its appeal is due to the TrueFeel handling system that emphasizes each car’s unique features such as torque and weight distribution. With it you can adjust your driving style to each auto when you slip behind the wheel.

Photolemur beta for Mac coming next week: AI photo enhancement that will amaze you — There’s a difference between photos that are OK and those that really pop. Usually, the ones that are most impressive have been enhanced somehow behind the scenes to make them more vivid, get rid of haze, straighten the horizon, and so on, all by someone who has spent a lot of time learning how to make those enhancements. Photolemur is a new Mac app that will be arriving in public beta next week. If you want to sign up for the beta, this is where; you have to follow the site on social media, apparently.

Apple investigation of employee-led photo sharing ring finds no purloined customer data — Apple’s investigation of allegations levied against employees at an Australian Apple store has determined that no customer data had been stolen, but the employees said to be at the centre of the photo-stealing ring aren’t off the hook for other misdeeds.

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