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15:01
Iranian hackers compromise Telegram's secure...

Telegram prides itself on private messaging that lets activists escape government censorship and crackdowns, but it might have a crisis on its hands in Iran. Security researchers speaking to Reuters say that an Iranian hacking group has not only bre...

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14:57
Apple releases iOS 10 Public Beta 3

This is pretty nifty.

On Tuesday, Apple release its iOS 10 Public Beta 3 for anyone interested in testing out the new iOS before it hits.

On iOS, go to Settings > General > Software Update.

The new beta features new emoji that includes the ability to select male of female versions of a character, new professions, and tweaks to current emoji. Other changes include Accessibility options, keyboard sounds, and more.

You’ll need to sign up for a free Apple Beta Tester account before being able to install the new software, although this only takes a few minutes at most.

If you’ve tried the new beta and have any feedback to offer, let us know in the comments.

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14:53
Twitter for iOS updated w/ support for keyboard...

Twitter’s latest iOS update, released today, now includes iPad-compatible keyboard shortcuts. Users with paired Bluetooth keyboards or Smart Keyboards will now be able to use their keyboards to create new tweets, or move between tabs.

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14:40
OpenTV settles patent dispute with Apple

Kudelski said in a statement that the deal includes a “comprehensive patent license agreement” with Apple and that all pending patent litigation between the two companies would be dropped. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Good.

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14:37
∞ Samsung mocks Apple for removing headphone jack

Okay, two things: First, Apple hasn’t removed the headphone jack, those are only rumors. Second, I’m saving this video for later because Samsung is pretty quick to copy everything Apple does.

P.S. Pay your debt to Apple, Samsung, you thieving bastards.

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14:19
Apple debuts Arabic, British English and Italian...

Nearly one year after Apple introduced the U.S. version of its Smart Keyboard for iPad Pro, the company on Tuesday expanded the accessory lineup to include international layouts supporting Arabic, British English and Italian.

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14:04
Notable apps and app updates for Aug. 2, 2016

On a regular basis, Apple World Today posts a list of notable new apps or app updates that have been released. They may not necessarily be new, but they're popular and deserve mention. Here are today's picks.

iOS Apps/Updates

Pantone has launched the PANTONE Studio. The free app is designed to provide greater convenience in capturing Pantone color, building and testing that color in palettes, and sharing work directly into design software, on social media, or with friends, clients, and collaborators.

Anawiki Games has debuted World Uncovered. The app — game, part travel companion — aims to take users to places they've never been, all while encouraging them to examine their daily routines.World Uncovered tracks your travels for you and maps them in...

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13:45
Apple launches international Smart Keyboards for...

Apple today launched new international versions of its Smart Keyboard accessory for iPad Pro previously only available in a U.S. English layout.

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13:22
Apple releases reworked Apple TV Remote app

It’s a completely rework app that might come in handy.

Apple has released its Apple TV Remote app, which is designed to be used alongside the Siri Remote on the current Apple TV as well as past generations of the device.

The app offers the following features:

– Navigate Apple TV with touch gestures.

– Quickly enter text, email addresses, and passwords using the keyboard.

– Ask Siri to find something to watch, listen to, or play.

– Control the movie, TV show, or song that’s currently playing.

– Play games using the accelerometer and gyroscope.

– Turn on Game Mode for simplified game controls.

The app requires iOS 9.3.2 or later to install as well as a Wi-Fi connection to a second generation Apple TV or newer to run.

If you’ve tried...

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13:05
Alphabet's X to test delivery drones, Instagram...

As a part of its delivery drone effort, Project Wing, Alphabet's X division will be testing technology at one of six U.S. test sites approved by the Federal Aviation Administration, the White House announced on Tuesday. Meanwhile, Facebook's Instagram launched "Stories," a feature mimicking Snapchat's ethereal slideshows.

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12:50
∞ Airplane Mode: “Elevators” music video

If you remember, this is one of the band’s that played at the WWDC Beard Bash this year. Funny video, nice song.

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12:25
Apple TV Remote app puts a Siri Remote on your iPhone

A new remote app designed for the Apple TV addresses most of the remaining points of friction between the fourth-generation TV box and the increasingly long-in-the-tooth Remote app designed for controlling iTunes and previous models of the Apple TV. The new app effectively simulates a Siri Remote and features a game mode that sits somewhere between a Siri Remote and a physical game controller. It’s also free, as opposed to $80 for a Siri Remote made of atoms.

The new Apple TV still feels unfulfilled, and that’s partly to do with it being released in what felt like an incomplete form. The new app and tvOS 10 may help take it all the way.

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11:33
Apple now licensing OpenTV streaming technologies,...

An agreement has been forged between Apple and the Kudelski group, with Apple paying to license a suite of media streaming patents, to conclude an international patent battle.

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11:30
Apple updates Public Betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra

A day after Apple released new developer betas of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, the company on Tuesday released new betas available to the general public.

If you are a member of the Apple Beta Software Program, you can update to iOS Public Beta 3 and macOS Sierra Public Beta 3.

  • On iOS, go to Settings > General > Software Update.
  • On Sierra, launch the App Store app and check the Updates section.

The iOS 10 beta has new emoji that includes the ability to select male of female versions of a character, new professions, and tweaks to current emoji. Other changes include Accessibility options, keyboard sounds,...

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11:28
The Kudelski Group and Apple settle patent...

The Kudelski Group announced today that it has entered into a comprehensive patent license agreement with Apple, Inc. Under the agreement, the parties agreed to dismiss all pending patent litigation. Financial terms weren’t disclosed.

In March a German court ruled against Apple in a case over video streaming patents, giving Kudelski's OpenTV unit a win in its ongoing intellectual property licensing campaign against major technology companies. OpenTV is a global software technology company for interactive and digital television. 

Its primary business involves the sale of set-top-box operating systems and middleware software, as well as advertising products. On March 28, 2010 OpenTV became a fully owned subsidiary of Nagra Kudelski Group, a Swiss company that makes hardware and software digital security and convergent media systems for the delivery of digital and interactive content.

OpenTV sued Apple in 2014, alleging that various products infringe its patents,...

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11:20
Apple releases third public betas of macOS Sierra...

Apple has released the second public betas of macOS Sierra and iOS 10 to public beta testers. The finished versions of the operating system updates are due this fall.

If you're not already signed up for the public beta program, you can do so here. The public beta program is free, but remember: beta software is unfinished software so use with care.

Buy a Gazelle Certified iPhone 5S 16GB AT&T for less than $12/month with 18 month financing*

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11:16
Can mythbusters like Snopes.com keep up in a post-...

I’ve been a huge fan of Snopes for decades. Whenever you hear something “incredible” on the internet, do a search for it on Snopes.

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11:16
Time Warner CEO says possible Apple buyout was never...

Apple's senior VP of Internet Software and Services, Eddy Cue, likely had no "serious" intentions when suggesting the possibility of a Time Warner takeover, according to the latter company's CEO.

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11:05
Bloomberg Radio stream added to Apple Music in over...

Apple will provide the Bloomberg Radio news channel stream for free, 24 hours a day, to all countries that have the full Apple Music experience.

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11:00
The Week in iOS Accessories: Now ear this!

A bevy of Bluetooth

This week’s roundup includes several different Bluetooth earbud options for your listening pleasure. Read on!

AMPSound

Personal Bluetooth Amplifiers & Earbuds ($199 MSRP; $99 for “early bird” pledge at Indiegogo) can be used as as “personal hearing amplifiers,” Bluetooth stereo headphones, or a Bluetooth earpiece for phone calls. Three different sizes of earbud are available, allowing you to get a comfortable fit; the device comes in with a built-in 3,000-mAh battery.

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10:31
Apple releases third public betas of iOS 10, macOS...

Members of Apple's public beta program were supplied with their third pre-release build of Apple's two biggest upcoming platforms set for release this fall: iOS 10 and macOS Sierra.

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10:15
Epson announces a pair of new EcoTank cartridgeless...

You know how every time you need to print something important, your printer gives you that "out of ink" message? That was the impetus behind Epson's EcoTank printers, which use large refillable tanks on the printer instead of those obnoxious and pricy cartridges. The company today announced two new additions to the Supertank category of EcoTank printers, the WorkForce ET-16500 wide-format printer and the Expression ET-3600.

Epson WorkForce ET-16500

Each of these printers comes out of the box ready to print for up to two years without a refill. The WorkForce ET-16500 ($999.99) is the first wide-format printer in the Supertank category, and out of the box can print up to 10,500 black and 11,000 color pages up to 13" x 19" in size....

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10:12
Apple releases new iOS and macOS Sierra public beta

Apple has released new public betas of its iOS and macOS operating systems today. If you would like to sign-up for Apple’s public beta testing, you can do so on its Web site.

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10:03
macOS 10.12 Sierra public beta 3 is now available

Following the release of macOS Sierra’s fourth developer beta, Apple has pushed out the third macOS Sierra public beta for non-developer testers. This release should include the new emoji characters introduced to the Mac earlier this week. macOS Sierra brings dozens of new features to the Mac including Siri for the first time.

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10:00
Limelens: Unique accessory lenses for iPhone and iPad

Limelens "The Captain" (left) and "The Thinker" (right) lenses. Photo ©2016 Steven Sande

Over the years I've probably reviewed at least 30 different accessory lenses for the iPhone and a handful for the iPad. Generally, the accessory manufacturers have some way of aligning the lens with the camera lens on the iOS device, generally using either some sort of clip or special case. Today I'm looking at the Limelens Lens Set (US$49.99 sale price) from Capetown, South Africa-based Limelens that's a bit different in that it works with just about every iPhone or iPad made.

Design

The design of the Limelens accessory kit is pretty smart. You look at a chart and find your device to see which of three small plastic stick-on clips to attach to your iPhone or iPad. For example, an iPhone 5s uses a "B" clip while an iPad mini 2...

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09:56
Apple paid Japanese suppliers more than $30 billion...

Apple says it paid Japanese suppliers more than $30 billion in 2015, “highlighting its economic contributions to the country in an effort to drum up support in tough times,” according to Nikkei Asian Review.

Some 865 Japanese companies furnished Apple with parts, materials and services during the year, the company's Japanese unit reported. Apple Japan currently employs 2,900 people, and claims to have created or helped create hundreds of thousands of jobs.

Approximately 532,000 developers in Japan worked on software for Apple hardware last year, with over 80% handling applications for iPhones and iPads, notes Nikkei Asian Review. These developers received $9.6 billion for their efforts in 2015.

Stylish Apple Watch...

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09:49
NextWork: Apple could sell six million Apple Watch...

Apple may sell as many as six million Apple Watch 2 unit’s within its first few weeks of release, if a new NextWorth survey — as noted by Computerworld. Of course, Apple hasn’t even announced an Apple Watch 2 yet, but I’m predicting (hoping?) that we’ll see it along with an “iPhone 7” announcement sometime between Sept. 9 and Sept. 12.

The Apple Watch 2 (pictured here in fanciful mock-ups only) is predicted to sell more devices in the first 6 months than the original device has sold since it's launch,” a NextWorth rep told Computerworld. The findings are based on a NextWorth survey across 540 current smartwatch or fitness tracker owners. The survey found that:

  • Fifty percent of current Apple Watch owners say they’ll upgrade;
  • Twenty-two percent of non-smartwatch...
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09:48
Apple Overhauls the Apple TV Remote App

Apple has released a new Remote app for the fourth-generation Apple TV. “Take Control of Apple TV” author Josh Centers covers what’s new and what’s missing.

 

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09:46
Apple releases iOS 10 public beta 3 for iPhone, iPad...

Earlier this week Apple issued iOS 10 beta 4 to developers, and today the third public beta version of the pre-release software is available to match. iOS 10 public beta 3 should include the updated emoji characters introduced on Monday. iOS 10 includes loads of new features in the Messages app, a redesigned Apple Music experience, and much more.

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09:45
Review: Could the Syllable D900s be your first...

As time has gone on and increased reports of Apple’s next iPhone lacking a headphone jack have persisted, I’ve begun to delve deeper into the future of what consumer audio playback on iOS could be. Though headphones have found their way into nearly all levels of the consumer market in the past few years, I wanted to imagine what this headphone jack-less future could look like. I decided to start with the affordable, and what I would consider entry-level, Syllable D900s true wireless earbuds.

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09:35
Instagram Stories is Facebook's most obvious...

Facebook has been after Snapchat and its huge userbase of teens for years, but nothing can slow the growth of the super-popular ephemeral messaging app. As the old adage goes, if you can’t beat ’em or buy ’em, take their best features and put them in your own product. This time, Facebook is blatantly copying Snapchat Stories and adding an identical feature to Instagram that starts rolling out to iOS and Android on August 2. It’s called Instagram Stories. Yep.

Like Snapchat Stories, Instagram Stories allows you to shoot and share photos and videos in a story that vanishes after 24 hours. You can up your creativity game by adding text, drawings, or emojis. The new feature is in a separate tab from your main feed, which you can continue to share images to as normal. Instagram will put updated stories from people you follow in a bar at the top of your feed so you won’t miss a new post. Perhaps Stories is...

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09:30
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 13″ MacBook Air $950, Brother...

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Save $249 on the latest Apple 13-inch MacBook Air 1.6GHz/8GB/256GB: $950 shipped (Reg. $1,199)

Brother’s AirPrint Laser Printer will automatically re-order more ink for you,...

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09:27
Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 largely incremental...

Samsung on Tuesday took the wraps off of its Galaxy Note 7 phablet, featuring identical internals to the company's Galaxy S7 smartphone, with the exception of a new iris scanner -- a feature rumored to make an appearance in next year's iPhone.

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09:17
Apple reaches patent license agreement with OpenTV...

There is now a conclusion to the patent dispute between Apple and software company OpenTV. Back in March Apple lost its case brought on by OpenTV in a German court ruling, and today OpenTV owners Kudelski Group announced that the two companies have reached a patent license agreement and all pending litigation has stopped.

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09:02
Instagram Stories takes cue from Snapchat

Today, we’re introducing Instagram Stories, a new feature that lets you share all the moments of your day, not just the ones you want to keep on your profile. As you share multiple photos and videos, they appear together in a slideshow format: your story.

They disappear after 24 hours.

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09:00
Aussie cyclist wants to raise awareness of the...

Gareth Clear of Bondi, Australia shows the burn caused by an iPhone battery explosion. Photo from Sydney Morning Herald. 

The lithium-ion batteries used in almost all of our portable electronics are wonderful. They pack a lot of power into a small volume and can hold a charge when not being used. But as 36-year-old Australian mountain biker Gareth Clear found out, a broken battery can rupture and cause serious burns.

Clear was going on a ride and fell off of his bike when his foot slipped off the pedal as he was about to start moving. The fall damaged his iPhone, and then things went downhill from there. Said Clear, "I just saw smoke coming out of my back pocket... and then all of a sudden I felt this surging pain. I just remember looking at my leg and I had this black discharge all down my leg and...

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08:51
The history of the guitar Fuzz tone

In fact, the story about how the original “fuzz tone” was born takes a number of unusual twists that are pretty amazing for such a ubiquitous sound.

It is amazing how some of these things were created.

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08:46
Canada's Tangerine & PC Financial gain...

Canadian banks Tangerine and President's Choice Financial on Tuesday added support for Apple Pay, while residents of Greece finally received access to live traffic data in Apple Maps.

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07:51
Biker burned by broken iPhone, seeks to raise...

Australian bicyclist Gareth Clear isn't blaming Apple for his injuries that he sustained after a fall-damaged iPhone battery burnt his leg. Instead, he seeks to increase awareness of the dangers of portable batteries, particularly when they are ruptured.

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07:26
Harley Quinn’s back story

This weekend, the movie Suicide Squad goes into wide release. Early buzz is, the movie is terrific. I can’t wait to see it.

The New York Times, on one of the main characters, Harley Quinn:

How did Harley become one of the most popular female characters in the DC Universe? In part, by cleaning up her act, or what passes for clean in her world. In several incarnations — most notably, her foray into video games — Harley has been a true supervillain, maiming and killing with unbridled glee. Now she’s more of an antihero, as in “Suicide Squad,” where she and a team of bad guys take on even worse guys in “Dirty Dozen”-style missions.

If you are a fan of the character, the movie, or the genre, this article is worth the read, chock-full of Harley Quinn background.

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07:25
Instagram rolling out Snapchat-inspired ‘Stories’...

Facebook has been trying to recreate Snapchat’s success on its own ever since it tried and failed to buy the social app, and the latest feature it has developed for Instagram is no different. Instagram today unveiled Stories, a new photo and video sharing feature that borrows from the Snapchat-created feature right down to the name. Unlike traditional Instagram posts, Instagram Stories are more ephemeral and disappear 24 hours after being posted…

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07:20
The Radar that brought the water pistol emoji to iOS...

Yesterday, Apple announced the addition of more gender diverse emoji in iOS 10. One emoji in particular, the handgun, got a lot of press attention when it was replaced by a water pistol.

Back in June, this radar (Apple’s internal bug-tracking system) was filed:

The current “pistol” emoji is a realistically rendered lethal weapon. As the spec doesn’t require it to be this way, Apple would be doing a service to society by changing this image to a plastic toy gun, such as a bright pink or green water squirter.

Solid suggestion, glad for the change.

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07:14
Pokemon Go tops 100M downloads without impacting...

Niantic's Pok?mon Go has hit over 100 million downloads across the App Store and Google Play, but doesn't appear to be generating much of a hazard -- or windfall -- for other game developers, according to an analytics firm.

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07:07
No need for a Hackintosh, here’s how to breathe new...

Andrew Leavitt, writing on Medium:

You need only spend $171 for your anemic 27” iMac to run macOS Sierra, boot in seconds and open applications in a blink. Or you can buy a used one and upgrade it for just $500 starting from scratch. You really only require the latest models if you are working frequently with 4K video.

A machine that was originally built in 2009 can easily perform past another 5–10 years with a few straightforward upgrades. CraigsList has these computers lightly used for as little as $325 if you are patient. For another $171 in parts you can rock a machine almost matching today’s specs. And if you are presently struggling with an older iMac the decision is even easier (c’mon, it’s less than $200 and just an hour of tinkering). It’s fun and you might even learn something. Keep in mind that a new 27 iMac has a base price of $1800 (that’s with a 5K screen but no SSD and only 8GB of RAM). Boom, you just saved $1300.

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06:56
Goodbye, Hello: Firefox casts off its built-in video...

Firefox’s built-in video chat component, Firefox Hello, appears to be destined for the scrap heap. Developers of the popular browser plan to remove Hello from the browser as early as Firefox 49, which is scheduled for release in mid-September.

Mozilla hasn’t made an official announcement about the change but developers are discussing the feature removal on a Firefox bug tracking thread, as first noticed by web developer Sören Hentzschel (German language link).

The removal of Hello will first show up in early test builds of Firefox Aurora for Android 50 and Nightly builds of version 51, according to the thread on bugzilla. Then beta builds of Firefox 49 will lose it. That plan appears to be already in progress. At this writing, the latest Firefox Nightly build did not have Hello built-in;...

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06:48
iOS 10 beta 4 features new, updated emojis

Within the iOS 10 beta 4 released yesterday, Apple has encoded a series of new and updated emojis including the following:

Rainbow Flag

Single Parent Families

Gender Variations

Redesigned Emoji Images

New gendered emoji options are displayed on the emoji keyboard, with male and female versions of most existing emojis now provided:

The smiley and human emojis have been redesigned to feature more details, textures and less gloss.

New female iterations of previously male-displayed emojis include a guardswoman, female cyclist, woman bowing, and female police officer.

Also, New male versions of previously female-dominated emojis include a man raising one hand, pouting man and a man having his hair cut:

Additionally, the Wheelchair emoji has become...

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06:47
Littlebits launches kids version of DIY smarthome kit

There’s no shortage of smarthome products these days, but for those who prefer to make their own, LittleBits launched a DIY kit back in 2014.  The company has today launched a $100 version aimed at kids, with components that snap together magnetically.

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06:44
Today Weather

Today Weather is a lightweight, fast loading, well designed weather site, optimized for your various devices.

This is my new go-to weather page. Worth a look.

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06:36
How to use Digital Touch and handwriting in iMessage...

The Messages app has undergone a lot of changes in iOS 10. Much of the evolution is hidden behind two icons, just to the left of the iMessage text field (just to the right of the camera icon).

There’s a lot to play with here. Just be aware that some of the actions will send without a specific confirmation. So if you are going to experiment, you might want to warn the person on the receiving end. For example, if you tap the Digital Touch icon (two fingers on a heart), then scribble out a sketch or two finger tap, the scribble or kiss will be sent immediately, without any staging. This is not a complaint, just an observation.

All that said, the linked post from Rene Ritchie talks you through some of these features. I love this path for Messages, looking forward to seeing more of this.

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06:30
ICYMI: Some robots independently sing, others help...

Today on In Case You Missed It: A new neural network robot in Japan can independently sing and move whenever it wants to. Researchers developed a robotic onesie for babies who may have cerebral palsy that helps make motor skills connections in th...

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06:21
FileMaker, Inc. unveils Small Business Toolkit and...

For small businesses struggling to go digital and mobile, FileMaker, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Apple, has released the Service Business Toolkit and Idea to iPad Bundle

Both are designed to help small businesses plan, create and deploy a custom app that will enable them to maximize customer satisfaction, drive growth and increase profitability. The Service Business Toolkit is free and the Idea to iPad Bundle is available for sale at local Apple Stores and directly from FileMaker, Inc. 

“It’s often hard for IT businesses that don’t have the budget or resources to streamline their businesses,” Dara Treseder, global head of Demand Generation, FileMaker. Inc., told Apple World Today. “We wanted to help them because many of FileMaker’s customers are small to medium...

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06:18
The world’s largest SSD is now shipping for $10,000

The Verge:

That’s where the Samsung PM1633a SSD comes in, clocking in at a massive 15.56 terabytes (or 15,360,000,000,000 bytes) of storage. Such power comes at a price, however, with preorders for the 15.56 terabyte behemoth coming in at around $10,000. The 15.56 TB size is not only the largest SSD ever made, but the largest single hard drive ever, finally breaking the 10 TB barrier that spinning disk drives seem to be capped at.

The drive’s small size and huge storage capacity means that you’d be able to outfit a standard 42U server storage rack with 1,008 PM1633a for a cool 15482.88 TB (over 15 petabytes) of storage, to presumably store a spare copy of the known universe. (Assuming you can afford the $10,080,000 price tag for such a setup.)

See main post for a link, in case you want one.

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06:11
Patent report: multimedia control center, 3D mapping...

Apple files for — and is granted — lots of patents by the U.S. Patent & Trademark Office. Many are for inventions that never see the light of day. However, you never can tell which ones will materialize in a real product, so here are today’s patent highlights: 

Apple has been granted a patent (number 9,405,438) for a “multimedia control center.” Since the patent’s origins go back to 2005, it may simply involve the interface for iTunes; however, it could also involve Front Row.

 

Front Row was Apple’s Mac media center app for navigating and viewing video, photos, podcasts and music. It was abandoned in Mac OS X 10.7. But why? The Mac still plays host to the majority of our photos, music and home video. I’d love to see it, or a replacement, return.

Techniques and systems for centralized access to multimedia content stored on or available to a computing device are disclosed in the patent. The centralized access can be provided by a...

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06:06
Former Apple PR executive Natalie Kerris leaves...

Ex-Apple public relations maven Natalie Kerris is departing her position as the vice president of communications of microblogging service Twitter after only six months in the role, for unknown reasons.

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06:00
New littleBits kit gives kids the power to rule...

Remember when you were a kid and couldn't keep your mom and your rowdiest sibling out of your room? You'd probably have loved littleBits' latest kit. It provides young makers and inventors a fun way to set up alarms and (harmless) booby traps to keep...

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06:00
Xbox One S review: A worthy successor -- to the Xbox...

Microsoft is making a lot of assumptions with the Xbox One S. It's a 40 percent smaller, 100 percent whiter version of the Xbox One that launched nearly three years ago, albeit with a few key differences. First is the built-in 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray pla...

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05:57
Cyclist suffers third-degree burns after iPhone 6...

Just yesterday we posted a video showing what can occasionally happen when a lithium ion battery receives impact damage, and today the Sydney Morning Herald has a report showing that the same thing can happen with no sledgehammers involved.

A Sydney bicycle rider […] was severely burnt when his Apple iPhone exploded after a minor fall […] Bondi management consultant Gareth Clear, 36, said his iPhone was in his back pocket and ignited after he had a fall from his bike while riding on Sunday afternoon. 

“I just saw smoke coming out of my back pocket…and then all of a sudden I felt this surging pain,” he said, adding that he felt a “searing heat” as the phone burnt through his riding...

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05:44
Logitech releases the CREATE Backlit Keyboard Case...

Logitech has announced the CREATE Backlit Keyboard Case with Smart Connector for the the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Already offered for the 12.9-inch Apple tablet, the CREATE Keyboard Case provides a protective case, backlit keyboard, and integrated holder for the Apple Pencil all in one package. 

Designed to work exclusively with Apple’s new Smart Connector, the CREATE Keyboard Case automatically powers on and pairs with your iPad Pro when placed in the typing position – no Bluetooth pairing is needed. And because the backlit keyboard is powered by the iPad Pro, you never have to think about charging your keyboard again. 

A special row of dedicated iOS shortcuts puts the commands at your fingertips. The CREATE...

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05:42
Barclays swaps passwords for voice IDs for telephone...

Just as fingerprint sensors have made smartphones more useful and secure, voice-authentication tech is making the dreaded call to customer services that bit more convenient. Following TalkTalk and fellow bank HSBC's example, Barclays has also introdu...

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05:16
Venmo closes flaw that allowed anyone to use Siri on...

A vulnerability in the iOS money-transfer app Venmo allowed anyone who managed to get access to a locked iPhone for as little as two minutes to empty the account, stealing as much as the weekly limit of $2999.99.

TNW reports that the flaw was discovered by a SalesForce security engineer Martin Vigo, who notified Venmo and waited until the loophole had been closed before demonstrating the method …

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05:14
Apple won't have to pay a patent troll $625...

Patent troll VirnetX has won multiple patent lawsuits against Apple, including a recent $625 million judgement over FaceTime and VPN tech. However, it appears it overplayed its past success during that trial. After Apple appealed, federal Judge Rober...

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04:40
Pokémon Go hits 100M downloads, earns $10M/day, as...

There seems no end to Pokémon Go mania as App Annie notes that the app has now hit 100M downloads and is still earning a cool $10M a day some three weeks after launch.

Apple had previously said that the app had set a new record for launch week downloads, but had not revealed the number – though one analyst estimated that the game could be worth as much as $3B to Apple over a 1-2 year timeframe. Interestingly, that success doesn’t appear to be at the expense of other games, as overall revenues across all games saw dropped only briefly.

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04:30
Coloud headphones: No. 8 vs. No. 16

If you want a quality pair of headphones but aren’t willing to shell out mad cash for sound quality that is only noticeably better for studio engineers . . . yeah, I said what everyone is thinking …. then Coloud’s No. 8 and No. 16 headphones could be a great option for you.

Both pair of headphones sport a user friendly, built-in mic and remote. I did find it useful to read the instructions on how to use the button remote to get the most benefit from it. Below you will find a screen grab from Coloud’s website showing how to get to most out of this feature.

Another great feature both headphones share is the unique tangle-free system (pictured below). The flat cable, paired with the ZoundLasso, create an easy-to-store, tangle-free convenience. However, I feel this is one of those unnecessary features that is just there for bragging rights when, in reality, no one really uses it. Or maybe that’s just me. 

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04:18
The first 8K satellite TV broadcasts are live in...

Just as we were getting used to Ultra HD 4K, Japan's NHK has kicked off its Super Hi-Vision broadcast tests, sending out 4K and 8K video via satellite. Unfortunately, there's no way to watch the super high res feeds and 22.2 channel sound at home --...

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04:12
Logitech brings its Create keyboard case to the 9.7-...

When the 12.9-inch iPad Pro was unveiled last September, Logitech announced its Create keyboard case the same day. The USP of the keyboard is that it uses the Smart Connector for both power and data connections, so the keyboard doesn’t ever need to be charged and you avoid the delay you get with Bluetooth pairing.

The company took rather longer to support the smaller iPad Pro, but now has a Create keyboard available for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro …

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04:00
Canalys: ‘detachables’ such as the iPad Pro hold...

As we reported yesterday, the worldwide tablet market fell an additional 16% in the second quarter of 2016, as shipments dropped to their lowest point in three years. 

Thirty-five million tablets shipped in the quarter, as Apple managed to increase its share to 28% at the top of the market. Samsung continues to occupy the second spot, shipping almost six million units for a 16% share of the market. 

That’s the bad news. The good news is that the “detachables” segment indicate a slightly brighter future for tablet vendors, according to the Canalys research group.

“Microsoft’s Surface Pro and the iPad Pro have confirmed that there is a growing demand for detachable tablets in...

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03:30
Where are all the Pokémon? How to find the rarest of...

Now that Niantic has removed in-game tracking and PokéVision has voluntarily shut down, you may be wondering exactly how you’re going to become a Pokémon master.

Luckily, you don’t need internal or external tracking to complete your Pokédex (though it was certainly a nice feature). All you need is some Pokémon knowledge and the willingness to explore your city (and perhaps the world), and you’ll be able to catch ‘em all. Here are some tips on finding the Pokémon of your dreams—happy hunting!

Know your limits

All 151 original Pokémon (150 plus Mew) will eventually appear in Pokémon Go. But as of now, six Pokémon—Ditto, Articuno, Zapdos, Motres, Mewtwo, and Mew—cannot be found in the wild. There’s no word on when these legendary Pokémon (and Ditto) will appear in the game, but we can speculate that Niantic has...

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03:17
San Francisco is testing an algorithm that sets bail

The San Francisco justice system has apparently been testing out an algorithm that can make release recommendations and compute for a bail amount based on several factors. In particular, it looks at defendants' pending charges, age and how frequently...

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03:00
How to watch the Olympics without paying for cable TV

A cord-cutter's guide to the 2016 games in Rio.

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01:02
'Pokémon Go' makers explain why they...

Gotta catch 'em all. It's the itch you just can't stop scratching -- and one where a wave of unofficial Pokémon Go apps and web-based maps helped clue you in on exactly where those Jynx were hiding. Unfortunately, alongside an app update last...

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00:15
Logitech's powerful Create keyboard is now...

In 2015, Logitech released a laptop-level keyboard for the 12.9-inch iPad Pro. Now, you can get that same productivity from your smaller Pro model.

On Tuesday, Logitech launched the Create keyboard case for the 9.7-inch iPad Pro. Just like Apple’s own Smart Keyboard, Logitech’s Create cases were designed to work exclusively with the iPad Pro’s Smart Connector. This allows iPad Pro users to bypass the need to charge their Create case or pair it using Bluetooth—you just hook it up, and it instantly works.

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00:08
Logitech debuts Create Backlit Keyboard Case for 9.7...

Accessories manufacturer Logitech on Tuesday introduced a 9.7-inch version of its Create Backlit Keyboard Case for iPad Pro, which like its bigger 12.9-inch sibling features folio-style tablet protection, a full-size keyboard and support for Apple's Smart Connector.

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Monday August 1

23:27
Virgin Galactic gets its spaceship license

Virgin Galactic is one step closer to making us all space tourists: it just received its operator license from the US Federal Aviation Administration's Office of Commercial Space Transportation (FAA-AST). To get the paperwork, which allows Virgin Gal...

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21:56
Theranos intros new 'fingerprick' testing...

Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes has introduced a 95-pound testing device called "miniLab" at the American Association for Clinical Chemistry meeting in Philadelphia. The controversial blood testing company, which promised results with just a finger...

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20:42
John Cleese’s YouTube channel

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20:38
New Apple TV Remote app turns your iPhone into a...

I hate the new Apple TV physical remote so much I can’t wait to try this one out.

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20:29
Uber has served 100 million trips in New York City

As Uber strikes million-dollar deals in China, it's also celebrating a milestone in one of the first places it established itself: New York. The company has announced that it's now delivered 100 million trips to users in the city, which explains why...

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20:01
Watch the Olympics in 4K Ultra HD on Comcast,...

The 2016 Summer Olympic Games are almost here, and despite the issues present in Rio, watching from home should be better than ever. If you're in need of something else to display on your brand new Ultra HD television then we have good news -- NBC wi...

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18:53
Google's 2016 Nexus phones could feature a new...

While we've had early looks at Android Nougat for months, it appears Google may be saving other software tweaks for its next Nexus devices. Android Police has screenshots that it says show "in progress" evidence of the new software, with a replacemen...

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18:08
'Pokémon Go' hits 100 million downloads

Pokémon Go is still going strong, despite privacy scares and feature bugs. According to a report by App Annie, it has now been installed over 100 million times, up 25 million from late July. While that number is from an analyst report and the...

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18:00
Judge wipes out patent troll’s $625M verdict against...

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A patent-holding company that won a huge court victory against Apple had its victory wiped out today, and its stock plunged by more than 40 percent.

Nevada-based VirnetX won a jury trial against Apple earlier this year. An East Texas jury ruled that Apple must pay $625.6 million to VirnetX for infringing four patents. The patents are said to cover Apple's VPN on-demand feature, as well as FaceTime.

US District Judge Robert Schroeder, who oversaw the trial, published an order (PDF) on Friday that vacates the verdict and orders a new trial to begin in September.

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17:59
Windows 10 Is About to Get More Secure, Easier to Use


Microsoft is poised to roll out its Windows 10 Anniversary Update on Tuesday. The free update includes two security innovations for individual customers: Windows Hello for apps and websites; and Windows Defender. Enterprises will get Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection, which detects, investigates and responds to advanced malicious attacks on networks; and Windows Information Protection, or WIP. Microsoft "has done a very creditable and admirable job of paying attention to security," said tech analyst Laura DiDio.

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17:52
[Sponsor] MacUpdate’s Summer Mac App Bundle Is Here...

We’ve launched our Summer Mac App Bundle with brand new releases of Toast 15 Titanium, Folx 5 Pro, Myriad 4 and free upgrades for the soon-to-be-released WALTR 2 and Disk Drill Pro 3.

This bundle has everything the Mac user needs to stay focused, be productive, run a business and get creative. Enhance your media with Toast Titanium, Myriad and WALTR. And for the visual artist we’ve included Corel Aftershot and Next Flipbook Maker. Indulge the geek with Disk Drill Pro, iStat Menus, DaisyDisk and Folx Pro. Analyze spending habits with MacUpdate’s favorite budget management tool, MoneyWiz.

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17:35
Former Apple PR exec Natalie Kerris leaving new gig...

Over a year ago, longtime Apple senior public relations executive Natalie Kerris left the company. Kerris worked at Apple for 14 years and was responsible for the company’s PR during several crucial eras, including the launch of the iPhone. While Kerris didn’t initially specify what she would do after Apple, it was announced in February of this year that she was joining Twitter to lead its communications department. Now, BuzzFeed News reports that Kerris is leaving Twitter after less than 6 months.

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17:30
New Apple ad touts iPad Pro as a computer replacement

I love it! A new Apple ad released today shows how the iPad Pro can be used to do many of the same things as a "real computer," which is my personal belief and the reason I use the big tablet as my "laptop" of choice: 

The ad, titled "What's a computer?", shows the iPad Pro being used with hands and fingers, Apple Pencil, and Smart Keyboard with a variety of productivity apps from Microsoft Word to what appears to be a note-taking app. Ending with the tag line "Imagine what your computer could do if your computer was an iPad Pro," the 30-second video shows just how many of the usual "computer" functions can be performed with ease on the powerful tablet. 

Members of a pair of Apple user groups -- Washington DC's Apple Pi and Denver's Macintech -- already know how I feel about the iPad Pro as my laptop replacement through a presentation I've made to them. It's nice to see that Apple agrees that the iPad Pro IS a computer. 

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17:13
What's on your HDTV: Summer Olympics, NFL...

It's time for the 2016 Summer Olympics, broadcast live from Rio (in HD, Ultra HD 4K with HDR and VR!), so you know what I'm watching this week. The tape-delayed Opening Ceremony kicks things off Friday night, but all the sports will be broadcast or s...

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16:33
IBM's new virus filter could lead to home...

The best way to treat any disease, beyond avoiding getting sick in the first place, is to catch it early. You can always go to the hospital and have expensive tests run, but we can do better: New research from IBM could lead to lab-on-a-chip virus de...

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16:21
Apple touts Japanese job creation, boost to nation...

Apple Japan published a special informational page to its regional website on Monday detailing how the company's various hardware, software and services businesses have positively impacted the Asian nation in 2015.

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16:20
Apple Replaces The Pistol Emoji With A Water Gun

Apple has a announced a number of new emoji changes on Monday, but the most controversial new change is that the pistol emoji will be replaced with a green water gun emoji in the company's upcoming iOS 10 operating system: The water gun swap is not Apple's first foray into cartoon gun control. Earlier this year the governing body in charge of emojis nixed a proposed rifle emoji. It was one of a number of possible new additions, but Unicode Consortium members Apple and Microsoft argued against the Olympics-inspired gun, according to Buzzfeed. Last year, an organization called New Yorkers Against Gun Violence started a campaign to get Apple to replace its version of the pistol emoji. It launched a site, disarmtheiphone.com, and sent an open letter to remove the firearm emoji "as a symbolic gesture to limit gun accessibility." As it stands, Microsoft is the only major software company to use a toy gun emoji instead of a pistol emoji in Windows -- Google, Samsung, Facebook and Twitter...

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16:14
∞ The Dalrymple Report: With special guest Christina...

The singular Christina Warren joins Jim to talk about the Apple earnings call, analyst expectations, and the future of streaming music.

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16:05
Apple makes a really good ad for Microsoft’s Surface...

Apple has a new 30-second ad out for the iPad Pro. The tablet, which it explicitly and repeatedly calls a "computer," has "a keyboard that can just get out of the way" and "a screen you can touch and even write on." Apple stops just short of calling the iPad "a tablet that can replace your laptop," but if you lift the voiceover verbatim (the iPad Pro is mentioned by name in the text but not in the voiceover) and play it over footage of a Surface Pro 4, you have a pretty good ad for a Microsoft product.

Stretching the traditional definition of "computer" has always been part of the pitch for the iPad Pro. Apple CEO Tim Cook calls the iPad Pro "...

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16:05
BMW begins Apple CarPlay support with paid upgrades...

Long a holdout, BMW this week finally launched support for Apple's CarPlay by offering the technology as an upgrade option for 2 Series cars.

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16:03
Hands-on: New iOS 10 beta 4 features + changes [...

iOS 10 beta 4 was released earlier today, and while there are fewer new features as we get closer to the final release, there are some notable additions and changes. more…

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15:58
Washington state sues Comcast over its '...

Comcast doesn't have a stellar reputation for delivering what you pay for, and Washington state is taking the cable giant to task for that shoddy service... if not quite in the way you expect. It just filed a lawsuit against Comcast demanding more t...

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15:51
Uber Sees the Cartography on the Wall


With an eye on its future, Uber last week announced it was increasing its investment in mapping. "The ongoing need for maps tailored to the Uber experience is why we're doubling down on our investment in mapping," said Brian McClendon, Uber's vice president of advanced technologies. McClendon didn't reveal how much Uber will invest in its mapping initiative, but news reports have pegged the figure at $500 million. Uber began putting mapping cars on the road last year, and this summer it expanded the program to Mexico.

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15:40
Apple drops the gun emoji for a friendlier water...

The news is awash in the shootings of police officers and unarmed black men, and individuals opening fire in nightclubs and public party events. In an effort to stop promoting gun violence, Apple is replacing its gun emoji with a friendlier-looking w...

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15:40
AWT News Update: August 1, 2016

It's the first day of August, and we have some fun and interesting Apple news for your listening pleasure:

  • iOS 10 beta 4 is now available for developers, and there are a lot of new emoji available
  • Looking for a job in the Bay Area that has decent pay and good benefits? Drive a shuttle bus for Apple and you'll get all sorts of union bennies.
  • A new website provides an online listing of every known Siri command
  • Join Team AWT this month and be eligible to win a Drobo 5Dt RAID array and five 2 TB drives!

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15:17
Frank Ocean's long-awaited album is an Apple...

Fans of Frank Ocean have been waiting for the singer's followup album for years, and according to the New York Times, it is finally coming this week -- if you have Apple Music. Following the likes of Drake and Future, the release will be a timed excl...

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15:09
Apple’s new iPad Pro ad positions the device as a...

Apple today has shared a new advertisement on its YouTube channel for the iPad Pro. The ad positions the iPad Pro as a true replacement for a computer and is entitled, “iPad Pro – What’s a Computer?”

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15:05
Apple's latest iPad Pro ad asks, 'What...

In a continued push to position iPad Pro as a full-fledged laptop replacement, Apple on Monday released a short TV ad touting the tablet's benefits over traditional portable machines.

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