Set up your new iPhone XS the right way

Set up your new iPhone XS the right wayFor many people, iPhone XS will be radically different from previous iPhones. However, iPhone setup has not changed much. However, while you may find yourself on a familiar floor, there are still a lot of small things to do before you launch your new phone for the first time (or soon thereafter). Let's take a look at how to set up the new iPhone XS in the right way.

Prepare iPhone XS the right wayWith iPhone XS, you'll be able to take advantage of Apple's automatic setup program. If you're coming from an old iPhone without Face ID, you'll find that the Touch ID has disappeared. (This means that you will only have to save one face, instead of several fingers.)

If you're using a serial upgrade tool, and you're coming from an old iPhone X, nothing will change. But you'll still need to upgrade the same way.

Restore from backup of your old iPhoneicloud backup iOS 10 iOS 11
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Netflix tests a mobile subscription only to make its service more affordable

Netflix tests a mobile subscription only to make its service more affordableNetflix application code
Netflix is ​​testing a low-cost mobile phone subscription as it explores a new package designed to expand its appeal in Asia and other emerging markets.

Red Hastings chief executive told Bloomberg last week that the company would test packages at lower prices, and it did not take long for these tests to emerge. The first reports from Malaysia, where Netflix quietly put a portable layer only at RM17, or about $ 4, every month. This is half the price of the company's lowest-priced "basic" package - sold at RM33, or about US $ 7.90 per month in Malaysia.

Netflix spokesman confirmed the Malaysian experience. Similar trials "are being conducted in a few countries", although they refused to provide details, they added. It remains to be seen whether this new subscription layer will be deployed to other parts of the world.

Please note that the mobile-friendly beta reduces N…

WeWork picks up another $ 3B of SoftBank

WeWork picks up another $ 3B of SoftBank Adam Newman (WeWork) at TechCrunch Disrupt NY 2017
WeWork received an additional US $ 3 billion in financing from SoftBank, not confused with SoftBank Vision. The transaction comes in the form of a note, allowing SoftBank to pay $ 3 billion to allow shares to be bought before September 2019 at $ 110 or more, ultimately leading to WeWork's $ 42 billion valuation.

In August, Softbank invested $ 1 billion in WeWork as a convertible note.

According to the Financial Times, SoftBank will pay WeWork $ 1.5 billion on January 15, 2019 and another $ 1.5 billion on April 15.

SoftBank is the largest investor in WeWork, with SoftBank Vision contributing $ 4.4 billion to the company last year.

Playing real estate in WeWork is just one aspect of the company's strategy.

More than physical ground, WeWork wants to be the central connective tissue to work in general. The company often contracts with top service providers at "full sale" prices by negoti…

Top Android Apps 2018: Download it now

Top Android Apps 2018: Download it now The best free Android apps

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Ten years have passed since the announcement of Android, and it was a decade ago. But there was no better time to hop on board, as the Google Play store exploded in recent years, with applications spreading to meet all your needs.

The problem lies in: having a large number of them, even with Editors' Picks, Featured, Best Selling, Top Paid, and Top Free categories there to help.

There are things you can do to filter the winners of the wannabes. Google creates a list of apps that you recommend based on previous downloads, so this is often the place to start.

You can also filter by new versions if you just want to see the latest things to get to the store. Or, if you want an app similar to an app, look for that app and see what appears.

Of course, using user feedback and ratings is an essential part of ensuring that your applications are of high quality. But the easiest (and best) way to find…

Vista snaps up Apptio for $1.94B, as enterprise companies remain hot

Vista snaps up Apptio for $1.94B, as enterprise companies remain hot It seems that Sunday has become a popular day to announce large deals involving enterprise companies. IBM announced the $34 billion Red Hat deal two weeks ago. SAP announced its intent to buy Qualtrics for $8 billion last night, and Vista Equity Partners got into the act too, announcing a deal to buy Apptiofor $1.94 billion, representing a 53 percent premium for stockholders. Vista paid $38 per share for Apptio,  a Seattle company that helps companies manage and understand their cloud spending inside a hybrid IT environment that has assets on-prem and in the cloud. The company was founded in 2007 right as the cloud was beginning to take off, and grew as the cloud did. It recognized that companies would have trouble understanding their cloud assets along side on-prem ones. It turned out to be a company in the right place at the right time with the right idea. Investors like Andreessen Horowitz, Greylock and Madrona certa…

Bonobo AI raises $4.5M seed round to help companies turn interactions with customers into valuable data

Bonobo AI raises $4.5M seed round to help companies turn interactions with customers into valuable data
Bonobo AI, an AI-based platform that helps companies get insights from customer support calls, texts and other interactions, announced today that it has raised $4.5 million in seed funding led by G20 Ventures and Capri Ventures. Founded in 2016 and led by co-founder and CEO Efrat Rapoport, the Tel Aviv-based startup claims that its technology has been used to analyze more than a billion interactions so far and that it has signed up a “few dozen” clients, including DreamCloud and Honeybook. The idea behind Bonobo is that even though customer service texts and voice calls can provide companies with a trove of valuable information, these data points are difficult to aggregate and analyze at scale. Bonobo’s technology integrates into the platforms that its clients use to communicate with customers, like Gmail, Zendesk or Twilio) and CRM platforms like Salesforce or HubSpot. Then it analyz…

Alibaba sets new Singles’ Day record with $31B in sales, but growth is slowing

Alibaba sets new Singles’ Day record with $31B in sales, but growth is slowing Alibaba scored another blockbuster Singles’ Day after customers around the world shopped in stores and online on the tenth edition of its November 11 shopping festival. That puts this year’s gross merchandise volume – a measure for the dollar value of total transactions – at a staggering $30.8 billion, although the company recorded its lowest-ever annual growth rate for the event. The figure makes the spending bonanza more than twice the size of Cyber Monday and Black Friday combined in 2017. This is by far the largest-ever Singles’ Day to date. Just 15 hours and 49 minutes into the spending spree, transactions leapfrogged that of 2017’s tally of $25 billion, the company announced on Twitter. View image on Twitter Alibaba Group