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Tuesday November 11

08:00
OS X Yosemite: Viewing All Images in a Conversation

Apple's Messages app in OS X Yosemite borrowed a little from its iPhone and iPad cousins, so now you can do more in your conversations, like view all of the images and attachments you sent and received in a chat. Read on to see where Messages tucks away that view, and more.


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08:00
Alibaba deal could bring Apple Pay to China

Apple's mobile payment service could get a huge boost if the company can work out a deal with Alibaba, China's do-it-all megacorp. In an interview with The Wall Street Journal, Alibaba's Executive Vice Chairman Joseph Tsai noted his company's desire...

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07:51
Apps: TextSoap, BBEdit, Mailplane
07:43
Apple pursuing 'aggressive expansion' in...

Apple is engaging in an "aggressive expansion" into the enterprise market, Reuters reports. Sources tell the newswire agency that Apple has hired dedicated sales teams to talk with clients such as Citigroup. Apple is, moreover, said to be working in conjunction with "a dozen or so" developers -- such as ServiceMax and PlanGrid, which develop apps for managing field technicians and sharing construction blueprints, respectively. Apple is reportedly in talks to bring other developers into formal partnerships....



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07:40
Best Buy's Black Friday sales include $100...

Best Buy on Tuesday published the "doorbuster" deals it will offer for Black Friday 2014, with significant discounts on a range of Apple products including Macs, iPads, iPods, iTunes gift cards, and Beats headphones.

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07:37
Apple making progress in forming alliance between...

While Apple may be spinning its wheels arguing with MCX and getting Apple Pay supported by assorted U.S. retailers stuck in their MCX/CurrentC contracts, it seems to be doing ok opening Apple Pay up in the Asian marketplace.

According to AppleInsider and the Wall Street Journal, after officials from both Apple and Alibaba publicly expressed interest in forging a possible mobile payment deal, Alibaba confirmed on Tuesday that it is currently in negotiations to bring Apple Pay to China.

A potential deal between Apple Pay and Alibaba’s Alipay would focus exclusively on the Chinese market, where Alibaba is...

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07:29
Video from Tim Cook’s WSJD Live interview

The Wall Street Journal posted video (embedded below) of Tim Cook’s Q&A from the WSJD Live conference in October.

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07:27
Benefits of Apple Pay over CurrentC to retailers...

Shortly after retail chain Whole Foods announced that it had processed 150,000 Apple Pay transactions in the three weeks since the service was launched – estimated at around 1% of the company’s sales – a business author and senior Hitachi consultant has spoken about the twin attractions of Apple Pay for retailers.

Jim Maholic, author of Business Cases that Mean Business and vice president in Hitachi Consulting, said major retailers had two main reasons to favor Apple Pay over rival mobile payment service CurrentC … 

First, he told CIO magazine, Apple Pay attracts the right kind of...

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07:26
Apple releases second OS X 10.10.1 beta seed to...

If you’re wondering what fixes and changes are en route for Yosemite, the answer may lie in what was seeded to the development community yesterday.

Per 9to5 Mac, Apple on Monday seeded the second beta of the upcoming OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 update to registered developers and participants in the AppleSeed program. The update is available for these users in the Software Update tab of the Mac App Store.

As with the first beta, Apple asks developers to focus their testing on Wi-Fi connectvitiy, Exchange accounts in the Mail app, and Notification Center. Apple has not indicated when OS X 10.10.1 will be released to the public, but the first point updates to OS X typically arrive within a month of the original version.

If you’ve had a chance to play with the...

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07:19
The Who releases iOS/Android app, working on Oculus...

The Who are celebrating 50 years in the guitar smashing business. 50 years! Is that possible?

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07:00
Masque Attack: Why Your iPhone is Probably Safe

Masque Attack sounds like an ominous threat to the iPhone and iPad because it lets attackers replace legit apps with their own malicious versions. Getting those on your iOS device, however, involves some trickery and interaction on your part. The security flaw is serious, but it isn't likely to hit you.


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07:00
Best Buy Black Friday deals: $100 off iPad Air 2, $...

It's still early November, but with Thanksgiving about 2+ weeks away, the Black Friday deals have already started rolling in. Per usual, Best Buy will have some solid deals that may very well warrant trekking over to the store once you're finished...

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06:54
Darkhotel malware

This is one of the most sophisticated malware campaigns I’ve ever heard of. It targets individuals and waits six months before activating.

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06:47
New Tool Alerts Etailers to Suspicious Characters


As thoughtful as mobile phone makers are when they design their products, there are always punters who want something that isn't there and are willing to hack a device to get it. In the Android world such a hack is called "rooting" a phone; in the iOS world, it's called "jailbreaking." Either can turn a phone into a can of worms for retailers. "Jailbroken phones aren't always indicative of a problem, but in a majority of cases there's a higher correlation of fraud than there is with normal phones," said Scott Olson, VP of product at Iovation.

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06:44
Daily Deal: Get the New Age Smartphone Photo Kit for...

Today in iLounge Deals we’re offering you a collection of five lenses for your iPhone for only $69 – that’s a savings of 65% off the normal price. The bundle includes an 8x telephoto lens, 60x microscope lens with special case, fisheye lens, macro/wide angle lens, and a 2x telephoto lens as well as a tripod for use with the 8x telephoto lens and a case to keep it all together. Get The New Age Smartphone Photo Kit now for only $69...

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06:42
'Positive' talks underway for Apple Pay...

After officials from both Apple and Alibaba publicly expressed interest in forging a possible mobile payment deal, Alibaba confirmed on Tuesday that it is currently in negotiations to bring Apple Pay to China.

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06:37
Apple, Alibaba in talks for Chinese payment platform

Apple and Chinese commerce site Alibaba are currently negotiating a partnership to provide a payment platform for China, according to the latter's executive vice chairman, Joseph Tsai. Tsai tells the Wall Street Journal that the partnership would revolve around Apple's presence in the country. Details are still in the air, but it could potentially see Alibaba's Alipay electronic payment service integrate in some way with Apple Pay, creating an encompassing mobile payment platform....



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06:35
The relentless power of nature

Imagine waking up one day and seeing a lava flow creeping towards your neighborhood. Watch the video below.

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06:00
iOS security hole allows attackers to poison already...

FireEye

Security researchers have warned of a security hole in Apple's iOS devices that could allow attackers to replace legitimate apps with booby-trapped ones, an exploit that could expose passwords, e-mails, or other sensitive user data.

The "Masque" attack, as described by researchers from security firm FireEye, relies on enterprise provisioning to replace banking, e-mail, or other types of legitimate apps already installed on a targeted phone with a malicious one created by the adversary. From there, the attacker can use the malicious app to access sent e-mails, login credential tokens, or other data that belonged to the legitimate app.

"Masque Attacks can replace authentic apps, such as banking and e-mail apps, using attacker's malware through the Internet," FireEye researchers wrote in a...

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06:00
Apple Pay has accounted for 0.91% of all Whole Foods...

Since going live in late October, Whole Foods has already processed over 150,000 Apple Pay transactions, this according to CIO Jason Buechel as relayed to the Wall Street Journal last week.

With that number in tow, Mike Dudas, formerly of Google,...

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05:48
How to Reclaim Your Phone Number from iMessage

Apple has finally made it easy to disconnect a phone number from iMessage. Josh Centers explains how.

 

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05:30
Improve your score with PocketPro Short Game Golf

Years ago I played with an older friend who consistently beat me on the golf course. He couldn't hit the ball nearly as far as I did, but he never three putted and always got the ball close from around the green. All golfers can cut several shots off...

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05:09
Don’t have $1M to buy an original Apple I? Video...

With only around 50 Apple I computers left of the 200-ish machines made, picking one up at auction tends to be an expensive business, examples typically selling for mid to high six-figures.

But if you’re handy with a soldering-iron, modder Ben Heck is putting together a three-part video tutorial showing you how to create your very own working replica – with part one currently online. You just have to resist the temptation to add cobwebs and hit the auction houses once it’s built …

Via Gizmodo

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05:00
First Look: G-Project G-Drop Waterproof Wireless...

G-Drop ($50) is the newest wireless speaker from G-Project, which is known for inexpensive speakers with great sound. At half the price of most waterproof speakers, G-Drop is tough and IPX7-certified, capable of floating and being submerged to depths of 3 feet. The small Bluetooth speaker — which can be propped up or placed on its back for listening — contains one 2.5" driver and a passive bass radiator. G-Drop's battery is said to last for six…

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05:00
Full video of Tim Cook's recent 34 minute WSJD...

Nearly two weeks ago, Tim Cook sat down for a wide ranging interview at the WSJD Live conference with WSJ managing editor Gerry Baker. There, Cook divulged a number of interesting tidbits, including the reason behind the demise of the iPod Classic...

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04:38
Hands On: Faded (iOS)

There's no doubt that iPhones are being used more for photography each and every day. This is especially apparent in the vast amount of photography apps that are available in the App Store. Users are sure to be overwhelmed, especially if they're looking for an app that promises to do it all, in terms of photo editing, filters, and camera tools. It's hard to separate the wheat from the chaff, but Faded, by Vintage Noir is definitely worth a look....



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04:30
First Look: ZeroChroma Slide-Mount Combo Pack for...

Alternately billed as the Slide-Mount Combo Pack or 2-Mount Combo Pack ($30), ZeroChroma's latest accessories-for-other-accessories bundle consists of the "All-Surface Slide-Mount" and "Headrest Slide-Mount," one to attach an iPad to a wall, the latter to hang it behind an in-car headrest for rear seat viewing. All-Surface combines two tab-released adhesive strips with a reinforced microfiber and metal mount that sticks to your wall; Headrest Slide-Mount…

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04:19
Possible Apple-Alibaba partnership could lead to...

The potential partnership between Apple and Chinese ecommerce giant Alibaba could facilitate a far more rapid rollout of Apple Pay in the country than if Apple goes it alone, suggests a piece in the WSJ. Tim Cook first revealed that he was in talks with the company at the WSJ Digital conference last month.

One possible scenario is for Alibaba’s financial affiliate, which owns the Alipay electronic-payment business in China, to provide back-end services for Apple’s Apple Pay payment system, allowing iPhone users to pay with Apple Pay using the money from their Alipay accounts, Mr. Tsai said.

Such an arrangement would be significant for two reasons … 

First,...

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04:00
Video-sharing app Ocho puts your new iPhone’s...

The enduring popularity of Vine and Instagram video proves that people use different video-sharing apps for different reasons. Vine’s six-second loops seem like
they’re made for comedy, while Instagram’s 15-second videos are like photographs put in motion. Ocho is a new iOS
video-sharing app that lands squarely in the middle with eight-second clips, but it also has a slew of features—and some high-profile partnerships—that set
it apart from the pack.

New York-based cofounders Jonathan Swerdlin and Jourdan Urbach started building Ocho two years ago with one question: “What would YouTube look like if it
was started in 2013?” Swerdlin told Macworld. Videos finally looked good on phones, but this was before Vine, before Instagram video. No apps let you
create and share videos on the go. Times have changed, but Ocho is debuting with a set of tools—and a bigger-is-better emphasis—that its...

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03:55
Think Retro: A love letter to the Apple logo

Welcome to Think Retro, a new weekly column which is unashamedly in love with yesterday’s Apple. Over the next few weeks you’ll see a mix of practical advice, hidden histories and wildly nostalgic love letters to beautiful old pieces of hardware and software—but we start with the Apple logo. More specifically, we start with the classic, rainbow Apple logo—the real Apple logo, I’m sure you’ll agree. Like a lot of us, I miss it hugely.

Actually, what I miss even more than the abstract idea of the rainbow Apple logo are the little badges that used to be affixed onto Apple hardware, stuck into a perfect, slight recess in the plastic. Here’s what I’m talking about, and in this case, it’s emblazoned on the very last Apple product ever to sport it. (Bonus points to you if you can name which product that was before I tell you at the end!)

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03:00
How to get a free landline phone using Google Voice

I’ve previously written about the OBi100 from ObiHai, it’s a cool Voice Over IP (VOIP) device turns your Internet connection into a traditional telephone line, complete with dial tone.

I can almost hear you saying, “I cut the cord a long time ago, what on earth do a I need a landline telephone for?

As it turns out, a wireless phone can come in quite handy some times, especially in places where you spend a lot of time (like your home or office.) For example, I...

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01:34
Apple tech uses geofences, crowdsourced data to...

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office on Tuesday granted Apple a patent for a mobile device monitoring system that uses anonymized crowdsourced data to map out cellular network dead spots.

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01:21
Best Buy’s Black Friday 2014 Apple deals: iPad Air 2...

From 9to5Toys.com:

It doesn’t get much bigger than Best Buy on Black Friday for a tech lover. And with a little over 2 weeks to go before Black Friday 2014, we’ve got the holy grail in our hands. Just like Target, Best Buy has beat the Black Friday ad leakers to the punch by releasing its biggest deals of the holiday season right on the front page of its website.

The deals will kick-off in-store Thursday, November 24th at 5pm and Friday, November 25th at 8am, but the ad specifically notes that you’ll be able to shop...

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01:19
Hands On: Apple iPad mini 3

Before Apple introduced the iPad Air last year, there would have been few who would have argued that it didn't need the iPad mini in its lineup. At the time, around 50 percent of tablet sales were going to smaller seven- to eight-inch devices, with the many of those sales going to Android devices. However, the iPad Air redesign was such a departure from the original iPad in overall footprint and volume that many Apple customers that had switched to the smaller iPad mini because it was lighter and easier to hold than the fourth-generation iPad, re-evaluated the larger 9.7-inch display option. S...



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Monday November 10

23:25
Full Video of Tim Cook Q&A at WSJD Live...

The Wall Street Journal made the full video (embedded below) of Apple CEO Tim Cook's question and answer session at October's WSJD Live conference. During the Q&A, Mr. Cook talked about Apple TV, the importance of the Mac to Apple, iPhone, Apple Watch, and Apple Pay, too. Mr. Cook is always a fascinating interview, so check it out.


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22:17
Apple releases second OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite beta...

A week after offering developers and public beta testers a first release of OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite, the company has issued a smaller second beta with the same focus areas as the previous version. The new build, 14B23, again asks testers to focus on Wi-Fi, Exchange email accounts and tracking down bugs in Notification Center, just as with the first beta. Those who signed up for pre-release builds for the Yosemite public beta will also receive the 10.10.1 betas....



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22:12
Mozilla calls out iOS and Android as ‘closed systems...

While it has yet to become a significant player in the smartphone market, Mozilla is hoping that its open-source Firefox OS will be a game changer when the mobile operating system gains a larger presence in countries like the United States and United Kingdom. In the meantime, the software maker has gone on the offensive against rival platforms iOS and Android.

Mozilla chief technology officer Andreas Gal, in an article published by The Guardian this afternoon, criticized iOS and Android for being “closed systems” that rely on proprietary software with “almost a complete lack of transparency.”

Gal claimed that consumers should have the right to know how a...

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21:37
YOLOTD: Could 2015 Be Linux's Big Year?


It's no secret that the Linux community has been in a state of upheaval these last few months, thanks to a little piece of technology known as "Systemd." That the strife has been divisive hardly can be disputed. That it's been distracting us from more important matters is the case Linux Girl would like to make today. Need an example? Here you go: When was the last time you participated in a rousing revival of the good old "Year of Linux on the Desktop" debate? Hard to remember, isn't it? That's because it's been a long time.

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20:00
Video of Apple CEO Tim Cook's talk at WSJD...

The Wall Street Journal has now released the full 34-minute interview given by Apple CEO Tim Cook on its web site. In the conversation, Cook discusses Apple products, not-yet-available Apple products like the Apple Watch, the thinking behind Apple Pay, and activist investor Carl Icahn, among other issues. While little that was genuinely new was revealed, Cook again shared his thinking on the interface of television and made some fresh comments on things competitors and allies are doing....



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19:07
Steve Wozniak thinks Apple should have made a larger...

Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has not worked at the company he created with Steve Jobs for nearly three decades, but his thoughts are still well respected within the tech community. In a recent interview with CNN at Capital One’s new Innovation Center in Plano, Texas, he offered up his latest opinion: Apple should have made a larger iPhone three years ago.

“Apple could have had a much bigger share of the smartphone market if it had a larger-screen iPhone for the past three years,” Wozniak told CNNMoney from Capital One’s new Innovation Center in Plano, Texas. “It could have competed better with Samsung.”

The latest numbers from research firm...

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18:52
Speck iPhone 6 case roundup: CandyShell, Inked, and...

With every new model of the iPhone, Speck has hit the market with a new version of the famed CandyShell case. These three models of the CandyShell—including the CandyShell, CandyShell Inked, and CandyShell Card—follow that tradition, and they do a great job of providing some standard protection for your new iOS device.

The CandyShell

The first of the three cases—and the one that I’ve been using the most since I got my hands on it—is the standard CandyShell. Despite the fact that the CandyShell has been around for about half of a decade, this was actually my first experience using one on my iPhone. I kept the...

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18:30
Today in the App Store -- the best free apps, new...

Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.

Apps Now Free

Walking Dead: The Game...

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17:37
Hands On: TextMask (iOS)

These days, graphic design is king (again). More and more people are looking to play around with typography and imagery, particularly using their own photos -- whether it be captions on photos or a Facebook graphic. Rather than shell out money or invest time in learning complicated programs like Photoshop to accomplish this, a visit to the App Store is a great way to get started. TextMask, by youthhr, is a pretty neat app that allows users to create impressive text-masking imagery in just a few taps....



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16:53
Mixing with the Channel Strip Principle

I agree with Graham on this. Far too often I come across mixes that are just packed with plug-ins, and that takes away from the sound you’re trying to achieve. The best way to get yourself out of the habit is to use one channel strip plug-in and shape the sound with it. After you’re comfortable doing that, you can add the odd plug-in to the mix to enhance the sound.

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16:46
Apple issues second OS X 10.10.1 beta to developers...

Apple on Monday pushed out the second OS X 10.10.1 Yosemite beta seed to developers for testing with focus areas unchanged from the first version that went out last week.

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16:35
The Uber story

I loved reading this story by Kara Swisher profiling Travis Kalanick, the CEO of Uber. It takes guts and a lot of belief in your company to do what Kalanick did to get Uber off the ground.

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16:30
Jet Run: City Defender: High-end graphics with a...

Players pilot a fighter jet through a gorgeous cityscape, shooting down enemies reminiscent of the enemies in Space Invaders in Jet Run: City Defender. This endless runner sends players on an exciting ride that after five waves of enemies culminates...

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16:26
Apple's plan to penetrate enterprise involves...

Apple is looking to grab a bigger portion of the corporate software and solutions business with dedicated sales teams tasked with wooing big-name corporations, while at the same time working with software developers already entrenched in the enterprise sector.

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16:21
Meet JPMorgan Chase’s worst nightmare

This is an absolutely fascinating, and scary, story.

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16:17
BFD Rock and Metal drums

BFD Oblivion is an expansion for FXpansion’s BFD3, BFD Eco and BFD2 designed to provide ready-to-use heavy rock and metal drum sounds.

Sold! I like BFD.

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16:17
Details on Apple’s enterprise push with IBM emerge...

A new report from Reuters citing sources at Apple familiar with the company’s plans for future corporate offerings has unveiled new details on the Cupertino corporation’s efforts to recruit business clients and software developers. According to these sources, Apple is currently courting companies such as Citigroup, ServiceMax, and PlanGrid (among others) to augment its current IBM enterprise agreement.

The exact nature of the proposed partnerships between these companies hasn’t been confirmed yet, but the general idea is similar to the IBM arrangement. ServiceMax, a company that creates solutions for managing field technicians, and PlanGrid, which allows construction workers to...

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15:57
Are Tiny Internet Satellites Twinkling in Musk'...


Elon Musk, CEO of both SpaceX and Tesla Motors, soon may be venturing into new territory: the Internet satellite sector. Musk reportedly is working with ex-Googler Greg Wyler, founder of WorldVu Satellites, on a $1 billion project to develop relatively small and inexpensive models that can be used to provide Internet access around the globe. Some 700 diminutive satellites reportedly are part of the pair's plans. Currently, the largest fleet of satellites is roughly a tenth of that number.

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15:54
WSJ shares full video of Tim Cook’s interview on...

The Wall Street Journal has posted the full-length video of its recent interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook, in which he discusses about a wide range of topics including the Apple Watch, Apple Pay, doing a TV the right way and more. The roughly half-hour interview took place at the WSJ.D Live global technology conference in October.

The chief executive referred to the CVS and Rite Aid blockade of Apple Pay last month as a “skirmish,” promoting that the mobile...

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15:42
Full video of Tim Cook's WSJD Live conference...

The Wall Street Journal has released the full version of its interview with Apple CEO Tim Cook filmed at the inaugural WSJD Live conference in October, where topics discussed ranged from Apple Pay to Apple Watch and more.

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15:37
Sales of iPhone 6 appear to reverse Android gains in...

Even though the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were only available for two weeks at the end of the most recent quarter, the latest iPhones appear to have reversed some gains by the Android platform in enterprise buying, reports Good Technology. The business software company says that Apple's share of the corporate mobile device market is up to 69 percent, two percentage points higher than in the previous quarter. The Android platform, which had gained four percentage points (in part at BlackBerry's expense) in the June quarter saw a drop of one percent in the September quarter. Remarkably, the iPh...



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15:36
The Extreme Micro Drone 2.0 + Aerial Camera: $74.99

If you follow our daily deals, you may have gotten the impression that I love RC drones. It's because I do. They're fun. And today, we have a deal on the Micro Drone 2.0, a tony drone equipped with a camera that you can get for just $74.99 (it's usually $139.99). According to the manufacturer, you can throw it into the air like a frisbee, upside down or any angle, and its new self-righting algorithm and sensors will immediately stabilize it back to its horizontal flying position. Why would you do such a thing? Because you can. Duh. There's a video on the deal site. Check it out.


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15:31
Power User Secret Tips: Instantly Share Screenshots...

Kelly went to MacTech Conference last week and got to ask a lot of people about the cool tips and tricks they use in their daily workflow. Today's comes from Nathan Toups, CTO of KEY, and it deals with how to let Dropbox handle your screenshots for even faster sharing.


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15:29
Hands On: Meat Factory (iOS)

In a time where game apps for iOS attempt to rival today's dedicated consoles, gamers have become fairly used to robust content within an iOS game. Having said that, sometimes, players just crave a simple, straightforward, fun arcade game to occupy their downtime. With the success of popular games like FlappyBird, arcade-style apps have a strong foothold -- often being touted as good "between class" or "lunch break" games. If a player is looking for another arcade game to add to their collection, Meat Factory, by Steve Cable, is a fiendishly fun game that fits the bill....



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15:23
Apple details $3.5 billion European bond, interest...

The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday published Apple's official european debt filing, which looks to take advantage of low European interest rates to raise $3.5 billion, or 2.8 billion euros.

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15:13
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 10...

Notable software releases this week include BBEdit 11.0.1, CrashPlan 3.6.4, Quicken 2015 for Mac 2.2, Pixelmator 3.3, and ReadKit 2.4.2.

 

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15:05
ExtraBITS for 10 November 2014

In ExtraBITS this week, the EFF announces that Apple leads the pack in mainstream messaging security, a developer tells us what to expect out of Apple Watch apps, Apple quickly shuts down a strain of Chinese malware, Rob Griffiths bids adieu to Mac OS X Hints, and Microsoft Office and Dropbox will soon be fully integrated.

 

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15:04
OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 build 14B23 seeded to...

Apple today seeded the second beta of the upcoming OS X Yosemite 10.10.1 update to registered developers and participants in the AppleSeed program. The update is available for these users in the Software Update tab of the Mac App Store.

As with the first beta, Apple asks developers to focus their testing on WiFi-connectvitiy, Exchange accounts in the Mail app, and Notification Center. Apple has not indicated when OS X 10.10.1 will be released to the public, but the first point updates to OS X typically arrive within a month of the original version.

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15:00
Narrative Debuts World’s Smallest Wearable Camera

NEW YORK CITY - At the recent PhotoPlus Expo show, Narrative introduced Narrative Clip, touted as the worldâs smallest wearable camera. Niklas Olsson, Head of Sales, gave us an overview of the system.


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15:00
Bluetooth keyboards from Inateck: Review and giveaway

Today we're going to be looking at a pair of Bluetooth keyboards that have just come out from accessory manufacturer Inateck. The first is the BK1002E Wireless Bluetooth Keyboard for Apple Products (US$29.99, available on Amazon.com for $18.99),...

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14:51
9to5Toys Last Call: iTunes gift cards up to 20% off...

Be sure to follow 9to5Toys to keep up with the best gear and deals on the web: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications.

Today’s can’t miss deals:

iTunes gift cards w/ email delivery up to 20% off from PayPal

Smaller, more efficient Raspberry Pi A+ comes in at just $20 ($15 less)

Logitech UE...

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14:38
Apple hires five employees from defunct mapping app...

In what appears to be a build out of its UK operations, Apple recently hired five employees of defunct mapping app Pin Drop, who could be part of the first team to take residence at a rumored R&D office in Cambridge.

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14:35
Instagram update finally lets us edit captions

When it comes to Instagram, a perfect caption is almost as important as the photo itself. So that’s why it’s frustrating when you make a typo or word something incorrectly when crafting your caption or leaving a comment— Instagram was pretty much the only social media tool where a typo couldn’t be erased. Once you hit send, that was it—your error was out there for your mass of followers to see. 

Woohoo! 

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14:24
WireLurker, Masque Attack malware only a threat for...

Despite headlines fretting of a "new era in OS X and iOS malware," Apple's security systems for iOS and OS X are working as intended to protect users from exposure to the ubiquitous malware affecting open platforms including Android and Windows. Here's the realistic, non-sensationalized facts about how safe Apple's users actually are and how users can remain protected from threats that arise.

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14:20
Obama Calls for Net Neutrality, GOP Attacks Plan as...

President Barack Obama issued a call on Monday for the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) to "implement the strongest possible rules to protect net neutrality." In a multipart plan, President Obama proposed that the FCC reclassify broadband providers as public utilities, and laid out four specific provisions to protect the Internet from deep-pocketed interests. The radical wing of the GOP, including Tea Party darling Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX), immediately launched a counter offensive calling the president's proposal "Obamacare for the Internet."


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13:45
How I Saved my iPad mini with Cracked Display From...

John Martellaro and his wife share an original iPad mini. Recently, it fell off a small stand and did a 20 cm. face plant onto the kitchen table. Even though there was a thick table cloth, the display cracked, and cracked ugly. John Martellaro explains what his options were and how he saved the mini from an untimely demise.


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13:30
Apple hires remnants of developer behind UK mapping...

Apple has hired five people linked to the now-defunct developer of a mapping app called Pin Drop, a report says. The app let people bookmark locations and then share them with other people; its developer shut down on October 31st, however, citing a lack of funding. The person responsible for creating the app, Andy Ashburner, may have played a role in getting his team work at Apple....



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13:30
Mr. Particle-Man is a refreshing, retro blast

I don't consider myself a gamer in the sense that I avidly play games on a regular basis. I just play them for sheer enjoyment or to pass time, especially when something is trendy and addictive. Every so often a game comes along that reminds you why...

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13:00
Pangu releases 8.0-8.1 jailbreak tool for OS X

Pangu -- the downloadable tool that became a household name in the jailbreak community after the release of iOS 7.1 -- has finally released a Mac-compatible version of its 8.0/8.1 app. Just like the Windows version, the new OS X version walks you...

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12:53
AT&T grounding plans to offer in-flight 4G LTE...

AT&T is scrapping its plans to offer in-flight 4G LTE connectivity services to airlines and passengers in business and general aviation. The company originally planned to build an air-to-ground network across the US to take advantage of spectrum that it already owned.

AT&T’s decision to drop this project’s development appears to be based on a recent assessment after a proposed acquisition. In a statement to Runway Girl Network, an AT&T spokesperson said the following:

As AT&T explores opportunities for future growth and diversification, expanding our international presence...

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12:38
Instagram revamps Explore tab, adds caption &...


After updating its app for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus last month, Instagram is out with a feature update today with some welcome features.

Users will likely appreciate the ability to edit photo captions and locations attached to photos in post now. That means if you make a typo on your caption, you no longer have to choose between correcting yourself in the comments, deleting and re-posting the photo with the correction caption, or just ignoring it altogether....

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12:35
Microsoft Spiffs Up Xbox One


Microsoft on Monday announced that it had begun rolling out its Xbox One November Systems Update, which will be its final major update for the console for 2014. The improvements will deliver new ways for owners to watch TV, personalize the game system, and interact with the Xbox Live gaming community, as well as provide new integration with Xbox One Store and Microsoft's SmartGlass platform. Improved TV integration includes ways for users in the U.S., Canada and the UK to see what is trending on TV in a OneGuide updated by-the-minute.

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12:35
'Masque Attack' vulnerabilty could install...

A serious vulnerability in iOS, dubbed "Masque Attack," could result in malicious apps being installed, says security research firm FireEye. The flaw is said to have been discovered in July, and stems from iOS not enforcing matching certificates for apps with the same bundle identifier. This means that a person could theoretically be lured into installing an app that replaces and/or mimics an original -- even borrowing that app's local data -- and accidentally give up personal information, or even root access privileges....



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12:30
Daily Deals for November 10, 2014

It's time to save some of that hard-earned cash with our Daily Deals, featuring exclusive TUAW Deals, a handy list from Dealnews and our own handpicked iOS and OS X selections.

All prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly....

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12:24
Hands On: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel (OS X, Windows)

If there was a game series introduced in the last 10 years that broke the mold for first-person shooters, it's the Borderlands franchise from Gearbox Software. Generous heaps of role-playing game (RPG) elements, cookie-cutter shooter tropes, and sacks full of humor are artfully baked into a game series that begs for consumption. Gearbox Software and 2K Australia teamed up for the latest tasty morsel in the Borderlands series, releasing Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel to bring players to a new frontier of humorous action....

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12:24
News: iOS camera app ProCam 2 adds “4K Ultra HD”...

ProCam 2, a $2 still and video camera app by developer Samer Azzam, has added “4K Ultra HD video recording” via a $5 in-app purchase. Following a technique debuted in September by i4software in the $1,000 app Vizzywig 4K, ProCam 2 uses a hack to splice high-resolution still images together with an audio recording to simulate 4K video recording. ProCam 2’s videos save at 3840x2160 resolution, resulting in large file sizes—over…

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12:23
'Masque' attack for iOS could let hackers...

A recently-discovered vulnerability in Apple's mobile operating system could allow attackers to trick users into replacing legitimate apps that have access to a variety of personal information --?such as banking apps --?with hacked versions that relay that information to malicious actors.

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12:23
Apple Releases iMessage Deregistration Utility

tlhIngan writes When moving from an iPhone to something else, if you were an avid user of iMessage, you may find your messages missing, especially from iOS-using friends. Indeed, it has been such a problem that there are even lawsuits about it. While Apple has maintained that users can always switch off iMessage, that only works if you still have your iOS device. Unless one also has other iOS devices or a Mac, they may not even realize their friends have been sending messages that are queued up on Apple's services via iMessage. Well, that problem has been resolved with Apple creating a deregistration utility to remove your phone number from the iMessage servers so friends will no longer send you texts via iMessage that you can no longer receive. It's a two-step process involving proof of number ownership (via regular SMS) before deregistration takes place.

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12:21
52 of the world’s most widespread myths and...

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A dropped penny won’t kill you, alcohol doesn’t keep you warm, and swallowed gum doesn’t take seven years to digest. These are just three of the more than fifty rumors debunked in this compendious collection of common myths and misconceptions.

We’ve all heard many of these. We might even believe some of them are not myths. But, according to these guys, they all are. I knew most of them weren’t true but got caught by the one about bananas.

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12:00
A tiny percentage of app users account for over half...

If you're like me, you often see the revenue figures that free-to-play game companies boast about and wonder who in their right mind is shelling out so much cash. I could probably tally the number of times I've made purchases in free-to-play games on...

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11:50
Delve into H.R. Giger’s world with a new documentary...

A.V. Club:

H.R. Giger, the Swiss surrealist sculptor and painter who died earlier this year, is the subject of the new documentary Dark Star: H.R. Giger’s World. While the film is not available in the U.S. yet, a trailer is now online. The reclusive Giger was best known for his Academy Award-winning design contributions to the Alien franchise. This new documentary shares the last years of the artist’s life, and reveals how deeply he resided within his own dark artistic visions.

I’ve never enjoyed being creeped out more than when I see Giger’s wonderfully macabre art. I’d love to see this movie.

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11:42
Pegatron reportedly eyed for iPhone 6 Plus...

Apple is said to be looking to expand its supply chain and possibly have partner Pegatron built iPhone 6 Plus units, as the company continues to struggle to keep up with overwhelming demand for its latest smartphones.

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11:40
News: Touch Press Releases Molecules by Theodore...

Four and a half years after Theodore Gray released the breakthrough iPad science application The Elements: A Visual Exploration, developer Touch Press has published Molecules by Theodore Gray ($14), billed as an “extraordinary sequel.” While The Elements was neatly organized using a fully animated version of the Periodic Table, Molecules is closer to a 14-chapter book in design, yet preserves the incredible rotating and interactive 3-D…

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11:34
Facebook racks up 500 million Messenger users after...

Facebook’s move to spin off messages into a separate app was an unpopular one, but a success nonetheless. Facebook Messenger now has 500 million monthly active users, more than doubling the size of its
base in the last six months.

Facebook has added several features to make Messenger more appealing in recent months, including group conversations.

During that time, Facebook cut off access to in-app chat and began requiring users to install Messenger
to send, receive, and read messages, which explains the sudden spike. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has said that people use Facebook Messenger in different
ways than they use WhatsApp, the company’s other messaging app. Between Messenger and WhatsApp, Facebook’s messaging services now have...

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11:31
Briefly: SwitchEasy's Rave iPhone cases,...

Mobile accessories designer SwitchEasy has announced two new cases for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus entitled Rave. Composed of a combination of faux leather and thermoplastic polyurethane, the Rave case is reflective, and shimmers when it catches the light. Its folding design allows the phone to be propped up into a kickstand, ideal for watching videos. The Rave joins SwitchEasy's line of cases for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and will be available online, with pricing starting at $30....



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11:28
Sesame Street turns 45

Much respect Sesame Street.

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11:21
Creative Sound Blaster Roar Portable Speaker [...

“Dollar for dollar, the Sound Blaster ROAR produces the best sound of any portable Bluetooth speaker I’ve heard.”

– Tom’s Guide

The compact Sound Blaster Roar boasts of two 1.5-inch high-frequency drivers, a dedicated 2.5-inch subwoofer, and a pair of side-firing passive radiators. Now, all these drivers will only sound as good as the music you play through them, and the Roar supports aptX and AAC over Bluetooth for high-quality audio streaming.

All this, while adding other features like NFC support, a USB port for charging, an integrated MP3 player through its microSD card slot that also allows you to record calls taken with the built-in speakerphone.

The Red Dot Design Award-winning Roar has received consistent 5-star reviews on Amazon since its launch. Now available at $149.99 via Creative.com and...

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11:10
“Words words everywhere and not a single word to say”

A very thoughtful post from Om Malik. I found myself nodding my head on more than one occasion while reading it.

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11:00
Why Walmart may never accept Apple Pay

When CVS disabled support for Apple Pay a few weeks ago, the result was a PR nightmare for MCX and its in-the-works mobile payment app CurrentC. As a result, MCX executives have effectively been forced to speak up and shed some light on the rules...

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10:51
Texting Drivers Willing to Play With Fire


Texting while driving is dangerous. We know that intuitively; we know it because the statistics say so; we know it because we have seen any number of public service announcements warning of its hazards. A whopping 98 percent of respondents in a recent survey of people who text at least once a day acknowledged the danger of texting while driving -- yet most admitted to doing it anyway. The survey, conducted by David Greenfield, founder of The Center for Internet and Technology Addiction, was sponsored by AT&T.

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10:35
Microsoft Office’s Dropbox integration and move to...

Microsoft announced a number of changes to its Office for iOS apps last week: deep Dropbox integration, dedicated iPhone versions, and editing and saving features without the need for an Office 365 subscription. All of those changes seem to be paying off, at least in the short term, as TechCrunch points out the new and updated Microsoft Office apps are now on...

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10:35
Pegatron boosting iPhone 6 production, may add 6...

One of Apple's key suppliers, Pegatron, is increasing production capacity to produce more iPhone 6 units, and may soon add the 6 Plus to its assembly lines, says Japanese business publication Nikkei. The company is a secondary iPhone 6 manufacturer, assisting Apple's main partner, Foxconn. The latter is in fact the sole firm building the 6 Plus, and Nikkei notes that it's only rumored in Asian media that Pegatron could follow suit....



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10:32
iPhone Apps: Notability, Flesky Keyboard, Pocket...
10:32
TMO Daily Observations: 2014-11-10

Kelly is back from MacTech Conference 2014 and John has a broken iPad screen. The two join Jeff Gamet to talk about MacTech Conference and the trend towards smaller events in the conference world, plus John shares how he dealt with a cracked iPad screen without breaking the bank.


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10:31
iPhone 6 already driving iOS enterprise share gains...

Enterprise mobile services vendor Good Technology reports that Apple's iPhone 6 launch helped the company win back mobile device enterprise share from Android, boosting iOS to 69 percent of all device activations as firms' deployment of custom mobile apps continues to grow exponentially.

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10:20
Major iOS security flaw ‘Masque Attack’ reportedly...

Last week, it was reported that Mac and iOS users in China were the target of new malware called WireLurker that resulted in Apple confirming the security issue and blocking the affected malware apps. Just days later, mobile security research firm FireEye reports it has uncovered a major iOS security flaw that it claims poses a much bigger threat to Apple users than WireLurker.

According to FireEye, the new so-called “Masque Attack” security flaw was uncovered in July...

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