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Invites from the Cupertino, Calif., electronics giant give almost no hints, saying "wish we could say more." But the general consensus is that Apple will unveil its next smartphone. Apple's invitation to a press event Sept. 9 offers few clues.Shara Tibken/CNET Apple on Thursday sent out invites for a press event on Sept. 9 in its hometown of Cupertino, Calif. The company provided few hints about what will be announced beyond saying "Wish we could say more." That could indicate something related to Siri, Apple's digital voice assistant. Generally, Apple is expected to introduce its newest iPhone, dubbed the iPhone 6. The company also could show off awearable at the event.The event will come a year after Apple introduced the iPhone 5S and 5C and a week after arch rival Samsung is set to unveil its Galaxy Note 4 phone-tablet hybrid, or phablet. Apple has added a new iPhone every year since former CEO Steve Jobs introduced the smartphone line in 2007, and new iPhones have been unveiled in the fall since 2011. Many market watchers expect Apple to introduce two newiPhone 6 models with display sizes of 4.7 and 5.5 inches, though some recent reports speculate one device could be released at a later date. Analysts expect the iPhone 6 to be one of the largest product launches in Apple's history -- both in terms of device screen size and total sales. The companyreportedly has asked manufacturing partners to produce about 30 percent to 40 percent more iPhones by the end of this year than it ordered for its initial run of last year's iPhone 5S and 5C. For Apple, having a successful iPhone 6 launch is vital. Apple hosts only one phone event a year, and it generates more than half its revenue from its smartphone line. The iPhone serves as the linchpin to Apple's overall growth, particularly as the market awaits the widely speculated iWatch and as the iPad struggles against lower-cost rivals and larger phones. Thursday's invite came earlier than many market watchers expected. Typically, Apple sends out invites to the event a week before the launch. This time around, it gave reporters more notice, possibly because the invites would go out right after Labor Day if following the typical schedule. But the invite also came the morning after rivals Samsung and LG unveiled new smartwatches, which likely caused Apple to overshadow the Korean companies' news. Apple is building a new structure on the De Anza College campus for its event Sept. 9. The venue on the De Anza College campus also is a change for Apple. It has tended to hold most device launches at the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco or on Apple's campus in Cupertino. But Apple also has some history with the Flint Center. Steve Jobs unveiled the first Mac there in 1984, and he also showed off iMacs at the location in 1998 and 1999. The Flint Center can accommodate a larger crowd than the recent venues Apple has used, indicating the event's importance to the company. Apple already has started making the Flint Center its own. The company has been building a large structure on the college campus, which was earlier spotted by MacRumors. We've contacted Apple and will update the report when we have more information. http://www.cnet.com/news/apple-iphone-6-event-officially-set-for-sept-9/
Ending months of speculation about their uncertain future, Joy Williams and John Paul White, the Grammy-winning duo better known as the Civil Wars, have announced that their musical partnership has officially come to an end. On indefinite hiatus since late 2012, the pair released a statement Tuesday, in which Williams says, "I am saddened and disappointed by the ending of this duo, to say the very least. JP is a tremendous musician, and I will always be grateful for the music we were able to create together." "I would like to express sincere thanks to all who were a part of the arc of the Civil Wars â€” from the beginning, to the end, and all points in between," adds White. "My deep appreciation goes out to all who supported, disseminated, and enjoyed the music. Whatever shape or form the next chapter takes, thanks for being a large part of this one." The reason for the duo's breakup is one of the best-kept secrets in contemporary music history. It was exactly a year ago today that Williams told Rolling Stone the two were not on speaking terms, but wouldn't pinpoint the cause of the split. Still, she was hopeful for a reconciliation. "If John Paul and I can find a place to meet in the middle, I believe that there could be a future for the band," she said. "I would be open to having a dialogue; I would be open to trying to mend the bridges that I think we both burnedâ€¦. It takes two." To thank fans for their support, the now-defunct Civil Wars are offering a download of their 2010 recording of "You Are My Sunshine." Originally issued in 2011 as the B-side to the limited edition 7-inch vinyl of the band's "Barton Hollow" single, this marks the first time the song has been available digitally in the U.S. Barton Hollow won the 2012 Grammy for Best Country Vocal Duo/Group Performance. White and Williams first met at a Nashville songwriting camp in 2008. In 2013, they released their second full-length album. That self-titled effort earned them their fourth Grammy award.
Google has recently clarified its email scanning practices by updating its Gmail terms of service to inform users that all emails are analyzed by automated software. In other words, the company explicitly states that Googleâ€™s system scans the content of emails stored on its servers or sent and received by any Google email account. Of course, this practice has seen Google face criticism from privacy action outfits and lawsuits from the education sector. Google announced that it wants its policies to be simple and easy for everyone to grasp, and the recent changes are supposed to give people even greater clarity and were based on feedback received over the last several months. You should know that Googleâ€™s automated systems scan the content of emails for spam and malware detection, as well as part of the companyâ€™s â€œpriority inboxâ€ service and tailored advertising. Of course, people are concerned about it and believe they should be able to completely switch it off if they want to. The companyâ€™s ads use data gleaned from your email combined with data from your Google profile (including search results, map requests and YouTube views). In result, the system displays what it considers is relevant in the hope that you are more likely to click on them and generate more advertising revenue. The email scanning practices of the search giant stretch across Gmail displaying adverts to support the service, while its products for business and education have the turn-it-off option. The privacy groups argue that such scanning and indexing of emails could be in violation of an American law known as Ferpa (the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act), the main law guarding student educational records. By the way, this particular law was used to launch a lawsuit against Google in California. Aside from email scanning, the Open Rights Group considers other aspects of the companyâ€™s practices most troubling. They say that Google does more dangerous things like information held in Analytics, cookies in advertising and the profiling on individual accounts. The outfit explains that it is the amount of data held on people which should be concerning us, because itâ€™s attractive to government and can leak out in various ways.