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Sunday April 5

07:28
iFlicks 2.2

Improves the user interface and adds a Watch Folder agent. ($18.99 new, free update, 17.0 MB)

 

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07:00
Inhabitat's Week in Green: oil rig oasis, bio-...

Each week our friends at Inhabitat recap the week's most interesting green developments and clean tech news for us -- it's the Week in Green.

Tesla, the Silicon Valley-based electric carmaker, is unrivaled when it comes to automotive innovation, a...

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04:31
Apple Watch's first-weekend sales will be...

With less than two weeks left on the calendar before Apple opens preorders for its hotly-anticipated Watch, industry analysts have begun to weigh in with their predictions for opening weekend sales figures. While these numbers are sure to be interesting -- just as they are for the iPhone -- they likely won't mean much for the Watch's future.

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04:05
Despite its looks, this 3D printed violin (probably...

It might not be a Stradivarius, but the violin you see above is pretty impressive on its own merits. For starters, it's 3D printed and only has two strings. And that's to say nothing of its appearance; this thing looks like it'd be right at home on T...

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02:28
Fantastical 2.0.2

Maintenance release for recently updated and expanded calendar app. ($39.99 new, free update, 12.1 MB)

 

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01:01
Optical nanotech sensor can sniff out bad food and...

The days of having to rely on pricey lab sensors (or carefully trained canines) to detect bad food and bombs may soon come to an end. Oregon State University researchers have developed a hybrid optical and nanotechnology sensor that's at once super-s...

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Saturday April 4

19:27
TweetDeck 3.9.482

Adds a number of features that had been recently rolled out to the browser-based Tweetdeck. (Free, 3.8 MB)

 

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18:00
Accessible Apple: Building a Wheelchair/Bed-Mounted...

Introduction

Last week, I published part 1 of this series, where I talked about choosing the right device, listed some of the advantages of enabling "Hey Siri", and suggested a battery pack for extended battery life and/or use with "Hey Siri" itself. This week, I'll look at some mounts and cases that we'll use to secure your iDevice in an optimal position for use from a wheelchair or bed.

The Joy Factory MNU107 Carbon Fiber Wheelchair Mount

Mounts:

One of the mount series that I saw recommended time and time again when I worked in Apple resale came from The Joy Factory. The Joy Factory is known for making a wide variety of cases and mounts.

The C-clamp design of The Joy Factory's wheelchair line of mounts makes for easy mounting to wheelchairs, bed...

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16:27
LaunchBar 6.2

Adds capability to stage multiple items and drag them to other applications. ($29 new, free update, 9.8 MB)

 

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16:26
New Apple Store front display for Apple Watch, new...

Apple will begin dressing up the front of its stores with a new Apple Watch-themed promotion on April 10th to coincide with the beginning of in-store Apple Watch try-on appointments. The new, unique display will be shown at all Apple Stores with glass front windows and it is themed akin to the application icon arrays on the Apple Watch’s Home screen. According to the source who provided the above rendering, each circle is packed with Mac mini-powered LED lights that will show off different colors, patterns, and effects throughout the day. The new front of store visuals will continue to stay live after the Apple Watch launches on April 24th as Apple can simply remove the “Coming Soon” label shown on the above render…

We have also...

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13:00
The Week in iPad Cases: Notebook-case hybrids from...

Notebook-case hybrids from Moleskine and Dodocase

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases also features backpacks from Belkin and Crosskase, and a slim keyboard from Logitech.

Anker

The Zolo Tough (iPad mini 2 and 3; $20) sports a slim and sleek profile, with a front cover that is compatible with the iPad’s magnetic sleep/wake feature.

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12:59
Patent could delay Apple Watch debut in Switzerland...

The Apple Watch may not be able to launch in Switzerland until at least December of this year because of a patent dating back to 1985, a document from the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property suggests.

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11:45
Caturday: Tiny's iPad

Photo by Patti Dahl

The entire Apple World Today staff is made up of animal lovers, and there's nothing we like to hear more than someone adopting strays. Reader Patti Dahl sent us this photo of Tiny and the accompanying story:

“ Hi, This is Tiny. Tiny was one of 5 kittens born to a bedraggled stray mom at our house last summer. Both Tiny and her mom are both a permanent part of our household now. Tiny’s siblings have gone on to their own forever homes.

Tiny loves to watch the fish swim and splash on the Cat Fishing app on her iPad. She also loves to stand between me and the screen of my desktop mac for tickles and scratches. ”

Apple World Today needs good cats! Have a picture of your cat soaking up the good vibes of an Apple product? Tell us the back story behind your kitty's photo on the Apple World Today contact page - we don't accept inbound attachments, so please host the photo on Dropbox, Flickr, iPhoto, etc... and then include...

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10:00
The most beautiful cars at the New York Auto Show

There are a lot of vehicles at the New York International Auto Show, naturally. This year, though, the prominent theme for carmakers, both from the US and abroad, seemed to be bright colors and concept projects. And that is, after all, what auto show...

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08:35
Apple Posts Guided Tours of the Features and...

MojoKid writes Wondering if Apple Watch is going to be worth the money? Well, that depends on several factors, including price, features, and how eager you are to jump into the smartwatch category at this point. To help tackle the latter two, Apple has posted a handful of videos that demonstrate what an Apple Watch can do. They play out like tutorial videos and are labeled "Guided Tour," followed by what specifically the video is showcasing. Currently, there are four Guided Tour videos available, one of which is a general introduction to Apple Watch labeled "Guided Tour: Welcome." It's the longest video of the bunch at 4 minutes and 45 seconds.


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08:29
OnePlus releases OxygenOS, its custom take on Android

After a pretty sizable delay, OnePlus has at last released OxygenOS, its in-house version of Android 5.0 Lollipop. As promised back near the start of the year, this Cyanogen replacement is all about a "back to basics" approach that keeps things stock...

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08:00
Review: Inateck’s felt sleeve for the iPad mini

iPad mini sleeves and bags are nearly a commodity today, with a huge selection of styles and options available for purchase online and offline. Even though the iPad mini is light weight and durable, a carrying case is still essential for any kind of travel for many people. I’ve been using Inateck’s felt sleeve for the iPad mini for the past few weeks and it is a functional light way to protect the 7.9-inch iPad.

The model I’ve been testing,...

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07:00
There's no longer a place like PlayStation Home

PlayStation Home, Sony's answer to the Second Life question no one asked, was never where the company's heart lived. Maybe its greasy, suppurating id lived in those gleaming neon halls, somewhere between the bowling alley full of dead-eyed polygon pe...

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06:30
Recording the screen of your iOS 8 device

Aaron Douglas takes you through the steps of using QuickTime Player on Yosemite to record any connected iOS 8 device.

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06:30
Recommended Reading: The record-breaking all-...

Recommended Reading highlights the best long-form writing on technology and more in print and on the web. Some weeks, you'll also find short reviews of books that we think are worth your time. We hope you enjoy the read.

Dark Horse
by Michael Zel...

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06:18
He is just so focused on his phone…

This is a pretty amazing image. No spoilers, just follow the link and see what you might miss if you are too immersed in Trivia Crack.

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06:08
Climbing Mount Everest

This multimedia piece from the Washington Post takes you on an immersive journey from sea level to summit of Chomolungma, known to westerners as Mount Everest.

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03:24
How to enable SMS text messaging through Continuity...

Apple first introduced iMessage to the iPhone and iPad with iOS 5, and now with iOS 8.1 and OS X Yosemite, SMS messages from any phone can be managed across all your connected devices.

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00:12
Arduino-powered turntable plays the phases of the...

This device created by student designers Yingjie Bei and Yifan Hu only looks like an artsy turntable, but it can't play your vinyl collection. Here's what it can do, though: show you the right moon phase for any particular day. When you input the dat...

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Friday April 3

22:20
Apple to offer in-store launch day pickup option for...

After announcing online Apple Watch preorders would commence on April 10, Apple on Friday said it will allow buyers to pick up their reserved device at brick-and-mortar locations on April 24, launch day.

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20:13
Dyre Wolf attack swipes $1 million in wire transfers

Hackers continue their brazen attacks on organizations and are even having their victims call them on the phone to hustle them out of their company's money. That's what IBM's Security Intelligence division has discovered while researching a malware-b...

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19:11
Plaintiffs drop class-action suit claiming Google...

Plaintiffs in a class-action lawsuit against Google voluntarily dropped allegations that the company illegally created an Internet and mobile search monopoly through Android terms of use agreements.

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18:41
Reeder 3 for Mac coming soon w/ redesigned interface...

After Google Reader announced its closure, popular RSS client Reeder was forced to step back, retool, and eventually relaunch its Mac client with support for multiple RSS services. Now, Reeder is preparing to launch another major update to its Mac app with heavy design tweaks for OS X Yosemite.

The design changes in Reeder all seem to center around making the app fit in with OS X Yosemite. The sidebar is now...

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16:35
ChronoSync 4.6.0 and ChronoAgent 1.5.1

Major new update for ChronoSync adds over a dozen new features. ($40 new for ChronoSync, $10 new for ChronoAgent; free updates; 28.4 MB, 10.3 MB)

 

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16:00
AWT News Update: April 3, 2015

It's Friday, April 3, with one week to go until the Apple Watch becomes available for pre-order. That means most of our stories today are about the Apple Watch:

  • Apple announces when pre-orders will begin on April 10
  • AppleCare+ pricing will depend on the model of Apple Watch you purchase
  • Apple Watch picks up a Red Dot Best of the Best award for product design
  • Samsung and HTC are eating some humble pie after SquareTrade does bend tests on their latest smartphones

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15:22
Get an Early Look with “Photos for Mac: A Take...

Thanks to the public beta of OS X 10.10.3 Yosemite, we have an early-bird version of Jason Snell’s new book, “Photos for Mac: A Take Control Crash Course.” It helps you decide whether to transition to Photos right away, walks you through importing your iPhoto and Aperture photo libraries, and explains how to handle key organizational tasks.

 

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15:05
Today in the App Store -- Snapheal, Rewind -...

Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. Today's notable apps include a discount on Snapheal for OS X, the new Rewind - Automatic Time Tracking app and a major update to Omnifocus . All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.

iOS Apps Now Free

Gas tycoon 2 [Now free, down from $4.99] Gas tycoon 2 is a fun pipe puzzle game, perfect for those situations where you need to kill time.

Art Authority for iPad [Now free, down from $9.99] Art Authority for iPad transports you to an enthralling, real-world art museum filled with works by over 1,000 of the western world's greatest artists

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14:50
Set your alarm for midnight Pacific on Friday if you...

This is the weekend to have a garage sale, search the couch cushions for change, check the pockets of those jackets you don’t wear anymore for more change, and then sell those jackets on eBay. Apple Watch preorders start next Friday April 10 at precisely 12:01 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time, and you have to be ready.

Apple updated its online store’s home page on Friday with the exact time preorders will start. Yes, that means our friends on the East Coast will have to set an alarm or two to rouse them at 3 a.m., but they can get back at us West Coasters by spoiling our favorite TV shows on Twitter, so in the end, it balances out.

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14:25
Apple adds new ‘Guided Tours’ section to Apple Watch...

In the lead-up to the retail debut of its first wearable device, Apple has launched a new website that features demo videos demonstrating the watch’s capabilities. At the moment, there are four videos available on the site, covering the Messages ap, customizable watch faces, and Digital Touch communication features. A general overview at the top of the page provides a broad look at the watch’s capabilities.

At the moment, only those in-depth videos seem to be available, but spaces detailing phone calls, Siri, the mapping application, music playback, Apple Pay transactions, and the built-in pair of health and fitness apps are all marked as “Coming Soon.”

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14:24
Apple posts in-depth Apple Watch demonstration...

Apple on Friday launched an Apple Watch Guided Tours webpage, dedicating space for virtual tutorials that show users how they can expect to interact with various device hardware and software features come April 24.

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13:00
Where will you be at 12:01 AM PT on April 10, 2015?

The answer to the question in the headline will be "in bed" for a most people, but for those who want to order an Apple Watch sight unseen, 12:01 AM PT (3:01 AM ET) will be the time when they'll be hunkered down over a Mac or iPhone trying to put in an order for the wearable.

Anyone who is "on the bubble" about whether or not to get an Apple Watch will be able to spend up to 15 minutes with one later on the 10th at Apple Stores in the launch countries. As mentioned earlier this week on the AWT News Update, those interested in purchasing the luxury Apple Watch Edition will get special treatment. 

We anticipate that the online Apple Store will shut down at about 9 PM PT on April 9th so that the site can be prepared for the launch and onslaught of orders.

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12:23
Samsung patent review may undermine $533M Smartflash...

Samsung has asked the US Patent and Trademark Office to review two Smartflash patents, a move that could potentially absolve Apple of paying $532.9 million in damages following a Smartflash court victory in February.

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12:00
The Backerjack Podcast, Episode 12: Remixed tablets...

In Episode 12 of The Backerjack Podcast, Steve and Ross check out four of the latest products seeking funds and preorders.

  • Remix, a tablet/laptop hybrid that stuffs the soul of Android into the body of a Microsoft Surface
  • kSafe, a pre-commitment jar in which you can place rewards that are unlocked only if certain activity or time goals are met (image at top of this post)
  • Adaptalux, a cool set of camera-mounted colored light arms that mount to the top of a camera for intense macro photography effects
  • ...
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11:39
∞ My life with iPad

Five years ago today, Apple unveiled iPad, a device that would change the way many people thought about computing, me included.

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11:32
External Link: Adam Engst Goes Normcore on MacBreak...

TidBITS publisher Adam Engst had a rollicking good time joining Leo Laporte, Andy Ihnatko, and Alex Lindsay on MacBreak Weekly to talk about how the fashion world sees the Apple Watch as “normcore,” the difference between the two most recent Steve Jobs biographies, the rise of Periscope and fall of Meerkat, and much more.

 

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11:25
Ousted HP CEO Carly Fiorina calls Apple's Tim...

While many of Silicon Valley's elite are in lockstep opposition to Indiana's new "religious freedom" law, former Hewlett-Packard chief and potential Republican presidential candidate Carly Fiorina has taken the other side, accusing Apple CEO Tim Cook of acting hypocritically by opposing Indiana's law but continuing to do business in oppressive countries around the world.

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11:03
iPad helps autistic teen speak for the first time

That all changed back in June when Lanier started playing around with an iPad with the help of her tutor Morgan Tyner.

“The first thing she said was “hi, thank you for releasing my voice”, and there was something about the power of being able to express her voice, her thoughts. It’s really priceless” says Morgan and the next thing Lanier typed out was “Tell my mother I love her.”

According to Leslie “I have never heard her say I love you and later that same day she wrote, tell my dad I love him and that he’s my hero.”

If this doesn’t bring a tear to your eye, nothing will.

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11:00
AppleCare+ for Apple Watch: Pricing to match the...

IMAGE OF APPLECARE+ PRICING VIA MACRUMORS.COM

With pre-orders and demos of the highly-anticipated Apple Watch only one week away (FINALLY!), several sources have acquired information on the cost of AppleCare+ for the newest member of the Apple family. AppleCare+ is going to be a good idea for this wrist-borne wonder, as accidental damage from swinging your arm into something -- a table, a car door, you name it -- is a very real possibility.

MacRumors published what are claimed to be internal Apple documents about AppleCare+ pricing for the devices, which unsurprisingly appear to vary based on what model of Apple Watch you're buying. The entry-level aluminum Apple Watch Sport will get coverage at the relatively bargain price of $59, the stainless steel Apple Watch will be protected for $79, and the gold Apple Watch Edition? Well, if you have to ask...

Protecting that...

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10:48
Apple Watch preorders will begin after 12:01 a.m....

Preorders for the forthcoming Apple Watch will begin just after midnight Pacific Time in one week, on next Friday, April 10, Apple has revealed.

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10:46
Apple Watch pre-orders will begin at 12:01 PDT on...

We’re now a week away from the first day of Apple Watch pre-order sales, and Apple has updated its online store to officially announce that orders will begin after 12:01 AM PT/3:01 AM ET on April 10th.The pre-order period will last two weeks (although stock likely won’t) while the Apple Watch will be available for preview at Apple Stores and select retailers. These retailers include Galeries Lafayette in Paris, Selfridges in London, and Isetan in Tokyo.

At launch on April 24th, the Apple Watch will be available in the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Hong Kong and Japan.

The aluminum Apple Watch Sport collection starts at $349 and the stainless steel Apple Watch collection begins at $549 while the 18k gold Apple...

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10:07
SnapPower Charger: A USB charger in a coverplate –...

My thanks to SnapPower for sponsoring The Loop this week. SnapPower’s Charger — the power outlet cover plate that your home should’ve been built with. A no-hassle, wire-free install that takes just seconds. A flush, 1-amp USB charging port for smartphones, phablets, and tablets. An unbridled sense of joy from never having to hunt for a wall wart ever again. Available now on Kickstarter.

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10:04
∞ Oh Samsung

During Samsung’s Galaxy S6 launch, the company had a good time making jokes at Apple’s expense. [...]

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10:00
60-Second Tips: Changing the default name of an iOS...

When my husband and I purchase a new iPhone or iPad, the older models are handed down to our children who are old enough to have a smartphone or tablet device. As a result, our family now has a total of 6 iOS devices that we sync to iTunes and connect via Apple's Family Sharing and iCloud accounts.

To ensure we can identify each phone in our growing collection, we change the name of each device from the default "iPhone" or "iPad" to a new name that is unique to each device.  In today's 60-second tips, I demonstrate how to change the default name of an iOS device so you can easily recognize it in iTunes, Find My iPhone and other services. 

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09:55
Report: Apple Watch Edition extended care plan will...

Anyone planning to spend upwards of $10,000 on an Apple Watch Edition should be prepared to spend quite a bit more for extended service and warranty coverage.

Apple will charge $999 for an AppleCare+ plan that extends the Edition’s exclusive support perks from two years to three years, 9to5Mac reports.

Edition buyers who forgo AppleCare+ will still get a special setup hotline and two years of round-the-clock phone support. They’ll also be covered for two accidental damage incidents in those first two years, minus any service fees and taxes. The $999 AppleCare+ plan extends those benefits for a third year.

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09:31
How to Automatically Delete Your Twitter Trail

Twitter is an essential networking tool, but an ill-conceived tweet could derail you years after you’ve forgotten about it. Josh Centers explains why, and how you can ensure that an old tweet doesn’t come back to haunt you.

 

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09:30
AppleCare+ protection for Apple Watch could reach $...

Apple has yet to reveal how much it will charge to add AppleCare+ protection to its new wearable, but new screenshots that purport to show internal pricing suggest that plans will start at $59 for Apple Watch Sport and hit as much as $999 for Apple Watch Edition.

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09:14
Apple Watch claims 2015 Red Dot 'Best of the...

Apple Watch this week picked up one of Red Dot's 2015 Best of the Best awards for product design, entering into a newly-created "Watches" category even though the device is only shipping to the public on April 24.

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09:04
9to5Toys Last Call: MacBook Air (2015) $99 off,...

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: TwitterRSS FeedFacebookGoogle+ and Safari push notifications.

Today’s can’t miss deals:
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  • Dust off your Game Boy cartridges, this case...
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09:00
The iPad turns five: A look back at all nine of...

The first iPad came out five years ago today. Lately, most of what you hear about the tablet is that sales are in a slump, and it’s true: year-over-year sales have been down for four straight quarters, and, in a couple of weeks, we’ll find out whether it will be five straight.

But even a slumping iPad is still a formidable sales juggernaut—Apple sold a total of 63.4 million iPads in those four quarters, generating $27.8 billion in revenue. It’s not a patch on the iPhone, which can sell more units than that in a single quarter, but the tablet lineup is still generating a lot of money for Apple.

Today we’re taking a quick walk down memory lane, revisiting our reviews of each iPad and remembering what each model is best remembered for.

...

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09:00
Pastimes: Get out to the ballgame with Major League...

Pastime (noun): an activity that someone does regularly for enjoyment rather than work; a hobby; his favorite pastimes were shooting and golf. 

This Sunday, the Major League Baseball season will begin as the St. Louis Cardinals visit the Chicago Cubs at a newly renovated Wrigley Field. Major League Baseball is doing a great job of embracing mobile technology, and as such, Major League Baseball Advanced Media (MLBAM) has created some groundbreaking apps over the years. Whether you follow every game of your favorite team all season, or just occasionally take yourself out to the ballgame, MLBAM's apps are worth considering. Let's take a look:

MLB.com At Bat (free, with a variety of in-app purchases)

This is MLB's marquee app, one that is in its eighth season. A universal app, MLB.com At Bat is one-stop shopping for baseball stats, box scores,...

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08:58
Beautiful aerial photography shows Apple’s latest...

These might be the best photos yet of Apple’s currently under construction Campus 2 site in Cupertino.

The new photos were published by The California Sunday Magazine and shot by Michael Light, a San Franciso-based photographer and pilot that managed to get some gorgeous photos of the site from his aircraft and outdo the drone shots we’ve see up until now.

We’ve previously shared a number of aerial shots straight from Apple and drone operators flying over the site regularly. All of the latest images, news updates, and drone flyovers for Campus 2 can be found in our...

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08:51
Rumor: Samsung wins contract to produce A9 processor...

Samsung will apparently be producing the A9 processor for Apple.

A report released on Thursday confirmed that Apple is contracting Samsung to manufacture A-series processors expected for inclusion in next-generation iPhone handsets.

Citing sources close to the story, Samsung is slated to fabricate Apple’s forthcoming system on chip design, potentially dubbed “A9,” bound for this year’s iOS device lineup. If true, Samsung would reclaim a position currently filled by Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co, the world’s largest chipmaker.

Samsung has for months been rumored to be a key supplier of Apple’s next-generation silicon, the most recent...

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08:49
Spoiler alert: We’ve read the screenplay for Aaron...

While we haven’t gotten many details about the Aaron Sorkin-penned screenplay based on Walter Isaacson’s Steve Jobs biography, we have previously learned that it will focus on three separate days in the life of the Apple co-founder, with each 30-minute act taking place just before a major product announcement. We also know that Michael Fassbender will star alongside...

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08:45
Review: Anker’s Jump Starter Portable Charger brings...

Anker specializes in accessories that deliver uncommon value. Like gigantic batteries that cost as little as small ones. Six-port USB chargers that are less expensive than two Apple one-port chargers. And iPhone battery cases that outperform rivals sold for twice the price. So it’s only natural that the company would leverage its power expertise to go beyond resuscitating little Apple devices and assist with real emergencies. With roughly the same footprint as its Astro E7 — a battery capable of fully recharging any iPad Air twice — the same-priced ...

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08:39
Tests find Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, HTC One M9 just...

Remember all the grief Apple and iPhone 6 owners went through last fall when they found that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus could be bent, thereby resulting in “Bendgate”?

The same is apparently true for Samsung’s Galaxy S6 Edge smartphone and the HTC One M9.

A recent video issued by third-party warranty firm SquareTrade showed the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge bending under no less than 110 pounds of pressure and the One M9 to bend at 120 lbs of pressure.

Although the Galaxy S6 Edge’s pressure limits are comparable to the iPhone 6 Plus’ testing, the Galaxy’s screen ended up cracking under the pressure instead of slightly bending similar to Apple’s...

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08:24
Wave goodbye to the Bitcoin Bowl

Bitcoin's journey on the road to legitimacy has just taken a step backwards with the news that the Bitcoin Bowl is no more. The event was a tie-up between Bitcoin payment processor BitPay and ESPN to re-brand NCAA post-season game the St. Petersburg ...

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08:17
AppleCare+ for Apple Watch: $999 for Edition, $79...

To go along with the premium $10,000 and up pricing of the 18-karat gold Apple Watch Edition, Apple will charge up to $999 for the Apple Watch Edition’s AppleCare+ Protection Plan, 9to5Mac has learned. The Apple Watch Edition notably has very different AppleCare coverage from other Apple Watch models, coming with two years of 24/7 support and a special setup hotline right out of the box. AppleCare+ will add a third year of technical support and support for up to two incidents of accidental hardware damage. More affordable AppleCare+ coverage will also be offered for...

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08:06
Apple iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 — Ultimate...

It’s always a difficult task when comparing iOS and Android devices, but this year it may be more important than ever. Samsung has finally stepped up its game with the Galaxy S6, and now we have something that is truly comparable to Apple’s iPhone lineup. Today we’re getting into the ultimate comparison between Samsung’s Galaxy S6 and Apple’s iPhone 6…

Apple iPhone 6 vs Samsung Galaxy S6 specifications

In this comparison we’ll be looking at hardware, design, software, camera performance and specialty features that each device offers. Before we get into that, let’s talk about specifications. First up, Apple’s iPhone 6 features a 4.7-inch IPS display with a resolution of 750 x 1,334 (326 ppi). Along with that, we have a dual-core Apple A8 processor...

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07:45
Hacking game 'TouchTone' turned me into an...

I didn't think I'd make for a good NSA agent until I played TouchTone. The iOS puzzle game had me looking for enemies of the state by scouring text messages and emails, and it didn't faze me one bit. It's absolutely unlike how I am in real life. I'm ...

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07:44
'Bendgate' returns: Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge...

Samsung's Galaxy S6 Edge flagship handset was put to the test this week and found to be susceptible to bending under the exact same force as Apple's iPhone 6 Plus, putting the South Korean conglomerate on the hotseat in "Bendgate" redux.

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07:15
On its 5th anniversary, Apple's iPad remains...

The iPad has proven to be a bigger success than just about anyone, including Apple, ever predicted. But while the overall tablet market exploded, riding high on the success of the iPad, it plateaued just as quickly, and seems poised for a shakeup in the near future.

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07:08
NASA and Boeing to test eco-friendly technologies...

Boeing's new ecoDemonstrator (a 757) is slated to go on a series of flights this spring to try out two of NASA's experimental fuel-saving techniques. One of them's the Active Flow Control Enhanced Vertical Tail Flight Experiment, which entails instal...

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07:00
Opinion: How soon is too soon for an Apple Watch 2?

Apple’s upcoming retail overhaul for displaying the Watch

A lot of my techie friends are saying that the entry priced-Apple Watch Sport will be their pick next month, and not because of the exterior look. The theory is that Sport is the cheapest way to experience Apple’s new product category in 2015, and since the second-gen Apple Watch will inevitably be upgraded, why pay a premium this year for nicer materials such as stainless steel and sapphire glass?

Despite the Apple Watch’s desire to marry jewelry with technology, it hasn’t lost the baggage gadgets carry, namely the reality that they’ll be outdated and replaced in a relatively short period of time. If the Apple Watch evolves anything like the original iPad did when it became the iPad 2, the differences could be dramatic.

Personally, when...

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07:00
Drexel University installs iPad rental vending...

This is pretty cool. Drexel University has installed an iPad rental vending machine that can be accessed by university students and neighboring residents. Students must present their ID while non-students take out an iPad with a valid Library of Philadelphia card. The rental period lasts four hours, and all data entered by the customer is expunged when the device is returned. 

Our take on the news

When I was in college, the school referred to its library as the "media center." I thought it was a silly name, but today I realize just how prescient a decision it was. Today, I love to...

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06:48
The do’s and don’ts of making a video trailer for...

If you are building an app, you are going to want to build an app trailer. App Annie offers some useful advice, worth the read.

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06:45
NHS vehicles trial tech that turns traffic lights...

Traffic lights are a pet peeve for many city-dwelling drivers. You'll be running late for a meeting, but all of your attempts to make up the time are thwarted by successive red lights. Bad luck on the road can be particularly problematic for ambulanc...

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06:38
What happens when you try to Photoshop money

Turns out Photoshop has a built in money detector. Read on for the details.

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06:35
Following his stolen iPhone all the way to China

Matt Stopera’s iPhone was stolen in a bar in New York City. This is the crazy story of him tracking down the phone – All the way to China!

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06:34
Georgia wants EV owners to pay for saving the planet

Climate change is still a real, looming threat, so you'd think that getting people using electric cars would be a vital project to safeguard the future. Unfortunately, the state of Georgia is so broke that it's not only pulling its electric vehicle s...

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06:31
Expanded Google ARC project brings Android apps to...

Google this week expanded its beta App Runtime for Chrome (ARC) project, enabling Android apps to run not just in Chrome OS but also on Mac, Windows, and Linux computers, with some basic limitations.

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06:28
Speedy file transfers using IP over Thunderbolt

Plenty of ways to transfer files between computers, but thought this approach was worth knowing about: Dan Moren, writing for Six Colors, walks you through the process of direct file transfer using IP via Thunderbolt cable.

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06:09
Five years ago today: A look back at the original...

Rene Ritchie, writing for iMore, takes a look back at the iPad launch, first impressions, and impact.

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06:00
You Should Play: Solve a mystery in an epic game of...

These days, keeping up with games can be a full-time job. So how do you separate the signal from the noise, the wheat from the chaff, the Temple Runs from the Temple Jumps? Allow us to help by regularly selecting a game You Should Play.

The Trace starts out like all good murder mysteries do: You play Baltimore police detective Sam Pearce, investigating an apparent suicide that turns out to be a murder. You’re aided by your lab partner, Alex, who checks in occasionally via phone, and a forensic flashlight that you can use to examine objects for clues, such as blood, fibers, and fingerprints. As you discover clues, you start to piece together a larger web of questions, which ends up leading you to the answer of whodunit?

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06:00
Inside the UK's first dedicated eSports arena

The sound of gunfire echoes across the room, followed by an approving roar from the crowd. A five-man team called "Ninjas in Pyjamas" has taken the lead and fans can hardly contain their excitement. Another counter-terrorist suddenly drops to the flo...

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05:48
Opinion: Will Apple’s streaming music service mean I...

I was an early adopter of digital music (you hide your surprise well). I bought my first mp3 player in 1998, some three years before the first iPod. It cost a silly amount of money and stored exactly one album at a time in its 64MB (not GB) of flash memory.

Me being me, I went through a few different generations of mp3 player before Apple completely changed the game with the iPod. Ironically, by adopting a less sophisticated technology–a hard drive in place of flash memory–Apple created a far better product. One that allowed us to carry around 80 albums at a time. I bought one the day it went on sale, having by then finished ripping all my CDs to mp3.

When the 160GB iPod came out in 2007, I again bought one immediately. That was large enough to hold my entire music collection at the time. I not only carried it everywhere with me, I also plugged it into my hifi at home and to the AUX socket of my car stereo....

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05:42
'Grand Theft Auto V' at 60 frames per...

I know, I know: The PC version of Grand Theft Auto V seems like it's been delayed at least a dozen times, but maybe the snazzy new 1080p, 60FPS trailer below will help heal those old wounds. Predictably, it looks gorgeous and should give the PC maste...

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05:36
AppleInsider podcast discusses supposed 'iPhone...

This week's all-new AppleInsider podcast is now available to download and subscribe in iTunes or SoundCloud. We discuss the leaked part for supposed upcoming 4-inch "iPhone 6c," Force Touch technology in the iPhone, Mikey reviews 'Becoming Steve Jobs', Tidal streaming music service, Amazon Dash, and Microsoft's Surface 3.

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05:00
The Apple Watch as Bullsh*t Filter? We Can Only Hope


In "iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch," David Pierce doesn't reveal any serious secrets -- because Apple never does -- but he does illuminate the early days of the Apple Watch, centering on an interview with Kevin Lynch, Apple's vice president of technology. It's an interesting read for sure -- an easy recommend for any Apple enthusiast. And the most interesting "secret?" The Apple Watch was created as a bullsh*t filter designed to save the world from the tyranny of iPhones. No kidding.

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05:00
The Week in iOS Apps: More from Marvel

More from Marvel

This week’s roundup of apps includes a new “brawler” game featuring the greatest heroes in the Marvel universe. Plus: Games, photo apps, and more.

Automatic

Automatic improves your driving experience by taking data transmitted from a sensor installed in your vehicle and displaying it on your iPhone. Its latest update lets you use and collect the car’s data even if you don’t bring the phone with you; next time you do bring the phone, you’ll be able to download the distance, fuel efficiency, duration and more data. 

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04:48
Megawatt electric race car chases prestigious...

Think Tesla's top-of-the-line, dual-motor-equipped P85D electric car is fast? Think again. Drive eO, an electric and hybrid car specialist in Latvia, is developing a one megawatt electric race car to take on the prestigious Pikes Peak International H...

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04:00
How to solve the five biggest Messages and FaceTime...

Apple’s messaging system works brilliantly—most of the time. So, when something goes wrong, it’s easy to become frustrated. Shouldn’t these things just work?

To understand FaceTime and Messages on their own, it helps to understand how these services work together. To start, there’s Messages—the OS X and iOS hub for instant messaging platforms, iMessages, and SMS-based text messages. Within Messages, you’ll also find your iMessage conversations, the text-like messages that replace standard SMS texts when you’re messaging between Apple devices. Finally, there’s FaceTime, an OS X and iOS app that handles real-time video chatting. (FaceTime replaced iChat on the Mac a few years ago.)

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03:55
Filmmakers hack drone to carry 1,000 fps 4K camera

There are 4K cameras and drones, and then there's the Phantom Flex4K and the Aerigon drone --products that top the bad-assery charts in both categories. Drone cinematography outfit Brain Farm decided to pair them up, resulting in a video exactly as i...

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03:44
iPad turns 5: What Apple's tablet has meant to...

The iPad was rumored long before it was announced—luckily the one about it costing $1,000 wasn’t true—but even after Steve Jobs walked us through its apps and features, we still didn’t get it, not exactly. People said it was just a big iPod touch. Those people were wrong.

Once the first iPad shipped April 3, 2010, it quickly became clear: the iPad is a game-changer. It wasn’t the first tablet, but it was the first one that really mattered to the world, and the rest of the industry has been trying to catch up ever since—for five years and counting.

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03:03
Snapchat transparency report shows cops don't...

Snapchat's spent the better part of the last year doing its best to dispel the notion that it's just an insecure way of letting people see your genitals. It's already started to refashion itself as a media platform and a money wire service, but now t...

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Thursday April 2

20:04
Apple Watch uses Force Touch to change animated...

Week four of Christy Turlington Burns' Apple Watch diary finds the supermodel in California, where she reveals a few more tidbits about the device's user interface and how it keeps her motivated.

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19:17
Bloomberg: Samsung to produce Apple’s A9 chip for...

Bloomberg reports that Samsung has signed on to provide A9 chips to Apple for the next-generation iPhone. Apple moved to Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) in 2013 for its processors, looking to reduce its reliance on Samsung, who is a major competitor in the smartphone space and a legal foe. With that said, it was reported last September that Samsung was still supplying 40 percent of the A8 chips found in the iPhone 6 despite Apple’s attempt to part ways.

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18:17
Samsung reportedly wins contract to supply 'A9...

A report on Thursday once again affirms rumors that Apple is contracting Samsung to manufacture A-series processors expected for inclusion in next-generation iPhone handsets.

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17:00
Today in the App Store -- Waze, A Day In The Woods...

Here are some of the best free apps, app updates and new apps that have landed in the App Store recently. Today's notable apps include a discount on The Minims - A New Beginning, the new A Day In The Woods game and an update to Waze . All app prices are USD and subject to change. Some deals may expire quickly, so grab them while you can.

iOS Apps Now Free

Quiet, Please! [Now free, down from $0.99] After an annoying day at school, you just want some peace and quiet. But everything at home is so noisy!

Snap Save - save your photos and videos for snapchat free [Now free, down from $2.99] Save your snaps without the other person knowing!

Path Input: Better...

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16:00
The Week in iPhone Cases: A Qi wireless-charging...

From deep-sea protection to wireless charging

This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases includes a waterproof case from Livelloo, a folio with built-in storage from Urban Armor Gear, and extra battery power from Unu.

Livelloo

Planning a summer diving or snorkeling trip? You’ll need your iPhone to take pics, but make sure you pick out a good waterproof case first. The Mermaid 5 (iPhone 5/5s; $80) is guaranteed by the manufacturer to be waterproof up to 80 feet while still giving you full access to all of the iPhone’s camera functions.

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15:00
AWT News Update: April 2, 2015

New apps, software updates, vending machines and fast Internet are all in the news today on the AWT News Update:

  • Adobe releases a new app - Adobe Slate - for iPad
  • Microsoft Outlook for iOS received an update providing some features that should make corporate users of the app happy
  • Drexel University creates a vending machine for lending iPads to students and local residents
  • Comcast announces that it will begin rolling out 2 Gbps broadband to homes in the Atlanta area next month

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14:47
Drexel University installs iPad rental vending...

Philadelphians living near Drexel University can now rent one of a dozen iPads thanks to a new vending machine installed at the school's Dana and David Dornsife Center for Neighborhood Partnerships.

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14:30
Ultrabook Plus: The 2015 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro...


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The 2015 MacBook Air is a bit out-of-step with the times, but the 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro doesn't have that problem yet. Its design is just a couple of years old, and it still makes a strong case for itself next to the MacBook Air and the MacBook Air-alikes that dominate the market for high-end 13-inch laptops.

We've already compared the Air and the Pro head-to-head, but today we're taking some time to talk about the Pro by itself. The design is the same as last year's, and it picks up only a handful of truly new features—Thunderbolt 2 and improved 4K support are probably the biggest ones. Between the performance improvements...

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14:26
Discrimination double standard

Liz Gannes:

A who’s who of leaders from companies such as Yelp, Square, Twitter, Lyft, Airbnb, eBay, PayPal and others signed their names to a petition today urging legislatures to forbid discrimination or denial of services to anyone, saying, “Discrimination is bad for business.” Petition leader Max Levchin, a PayPal co-founder and currently CEO of finance startup Affirm, told Re/code: “I am asking all CEOs to evaluate their relationships and investments in states that do not specifically protect LGBT people from discrimination.”

That’s great and even admirable, except that here on the home front, Silicon Valley has its own very obvious discrimination problems. Gender is a big one. Race is another.

Good read.

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14:11
Microsoft debuts Office Lens for iPhone, OmniFocus 2...

Microsoft on Thursday released a new scanning app for the iPhone, Office Lens, while Omni Group's OmniFocus 2 has become a universal title on iOS, eliminating the need for separate iPhone and iPad downloads of the professional task manager.

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14:10
Drexel University installs iPad vending machine to...

Drexel University and the Free Library of Philadelphia are introducing what might be one of the first vending machines that lends out iPads to both students and local residents. The self-serve kiosk is located at the university and holds a dozen iPads that students and locals can checkout using their Free Library of Philadelphia card or Drexel student ID:

Residents of Philadelphia’s Mantua and Powelton Village neighborhoods bordering Drexel’s campus will be able to use their Free Library of Philadelphia card to sign out an iPad...

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The Apps of April How do you know what apps are worth your time and money? Just look to the review team at 148Apps. We sort through the chaos and find the apps you're looking for. The ones we love become Editor’s Choice, standing out above the many... | Read more »
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Batting Average, by Pixolini, is designed to help you manage your statistics. Every time you go to bat, you can use your Apple Watch to track  your swings, strikes, and hits. [Read more] | Read more »
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SoundHound Inc. has announced that SoundHound + LiveLyrics, will be one of the first third-party apps to hit the Apple Watch. With  SoundHound you'll be able to tap on your watch and have the app recognize the music you are listening to, then have... | Read more »
Adobe Joins the Apple Watch Lineup With...
A whole tidal wave of apps are headed for the Apple Watch, and Adobe has joined in with 3 new ways to enhance your creativity and collaborate with others. The watch apps pair with iPad/iPhone apps to give you total control over your Adobe projects... | Read more »
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Best Buy has the new 2015 13″ 1.6GHz/128GB MacBook Air on sale for $799.99 through April 27th. That’s $200 off MSRP, and it’s the lowest price available for this new model from any reseller. Choose... Read more
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Purchase a new Mac or iPad at The Apple Store for Education and take up to $300 off MSRP. All teachers, students, and staff of any educational institution qualify for the discount. Shipping is free,... Read more
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Pleasanton, California based Zoho has launched Zoho Business Apps for Apple Watch, a line of apps that extends Zoho business applications to let users perform select functions from an Apple Watch.... Read more
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OEMs, stylus and touch controller manufacturers have announced the launch of Universal Stylus Initiative (USI), a new organization formed to develop and promote an industry specification for an... Read more
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With the new Amazon shopping app for Apple Watch, Amazon customers with one of the wearable devices can simply tap the app on the watch to purchase items in seconds, or save an idea for later. The... Read more
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Santa Monica, California based Heal, a pioneer in on-demand personal health care services — will offer the first one-touch, on-demand house call doctor app for the Apple Watch. Heal’s Watch app,... Read more

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