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Monday January 18

13:00
Notable apps and app updates for Jan. 18, 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 for Mac OS X and iOS.

Mac OS X Apps/Updates

Software and Computer System Company has announced Performance Probe 2.1 for Mac OS X.

The tool is designed to help users find the sources of bottlenecks and performance problems with their systems. Version 2.1 includes a heads-up display that can perform loading measurements, dynamically graph drive and network activity, provide quick snapshots of the systems highest CPU and memory consumers. And it’s fully El Capitan capable.

The price for the standalone version of Performance Probe is $14.95. The tool is now a standard part of both the Scannerz with FSE and Scannerz with FSE-Lite packages.

Techno-Grafit...

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13:00
The Week in iPad Cases: New keyboard cases for the...

...plus, Griffin's latest Survivor case, and more

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases features high-tech backpacks, folios with built-in stands, and much more. Read on!

1Voice

The Mapmaker (all iPad models and iPad Pro; $159) keeps your gear protected and readily accessible.

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12:53
Apple's CarPlay wins Autoblog 2016 Technology...

Apple's CarPlay was awarded the "best individual technology feature in a vehicle" by Autoblog at Detroit's North American International Auto Show.

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12:32
Apple hikes App Store prices in Canada, Russia, New...

Reacting to fluctating currencies, Apple on Monday told developers that it will be hiking App Store prices in several countries within the next three days.

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12:09
Pokken Tournament to Kick Off in March


Nintendo last week announced that "Pokkén Tournament" will be available worldwide for Wii U on March 18. The Pokémon-themed fighting game, developed by Bandai Namco and published by Nintendo, will retail for $60. For the first production run of "Pokkén Tournament" copies, Nintendo is tossing in a Shadow Mewtwo amiibo card. When used with a Wii U gamepad, the amiibo card will unlock Shadow Mewtwo as a playable character. This year, the 20th anniversary of Pokémon, also will see the release of "Pokémon GO."

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11:52
Apple promises to compensate for iAd layoffs with...

The decision to scale back iAd will see some people lose sales jobs, although new positions should be created to compensate, an Apple spokesman acknowledged on Monday.

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11:51
iPhone not updating its battery status? Apple's...

If you’ve changed the time on your iPhone 6s or 6s Plus, you might have encountered an odd issue where your iPhone’s battery percentage indicator in the status bar doesn’t update like it should. Sound familiar? If so, you’ll be happy to know that Apple is on the case.

According to a page added to Apple’s support site last week, Apple is investigating reports that the battery status indicator on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus stops working correctly when you manually change the time on your phone or change time zones. The problem only occurs on the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, according to Apple, and only happens when you manually change the time or time zone setting.

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11:41
App Store app prices going up in Canada, New Zealand...

Apple has notified developers that App Store prices in Canada, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore and South Africa are increasing. Customers in these regions will see prices for apps and in-app purchases rise within the next 72 hours. If you have a renewing subscription, Apple will notify you with an email about the price change ahead of the next subscription payment, although customers in Russia and South Africa will have to resubscribe manually.

Low price tiers are also being introduced into Canadian and New Zealand markets; Alternate Price Tier A and Alternate Prier Tier B. These offer alternate price...

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11:24
App Store prices increasing in Canada, Mexico and...

iMore:

Apple will soon be increasing the prices of paid apps and in-app purchases in a handful of countries due to exchange rate changes. App Stores affected by the change will be those in Canada, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Russia, Singapore, and South Africa. Those using in-app subscriptions in Russia and South Africa will need to resubscribe.

These sorts of adjustments are not uncommon. The changes in pricing are expected to take place across these countries in the next 72 hours, according to an email sent to developers by Apple.

While this is disappointing, it’s not surprising. The Canadian dollar in particular has dropped like a stone in the past few months.

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11:20
Apple asked widow for court order when she sought...

iPads. (credit: Andrew Cunningham)

A woman whose husband died has spent months trying to gain access to his Apple account, according to a Canadian Broadcasting Corporation report today. Apple initially told the woman that she would have to provide a will and death certificate, but once she provided those documents the company reportedly asked for something else—a court order.

There are good privacy and security reasons for Apple to impose strict controls on account access, but in this case, the company seems to have acknowledged it went too far by demanding a court order. After CBC got involved, Apple relented and will apparently allow the widow, 72-year-old Peggy Bush of Victoria, BC, to get access to her late husband's Apple ID.

"After [CBC News] contacted Apple, it did reach out to the Bush family and...

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10:53
Like iTunes Radio? Prepare to Pay or Switch

Apple is ending its free iTunes Radio service at the end of the month, herding those users into paid Apple Music subscriptions. Josh Centers offers some theories as to why Apple is doing this, as well as some alternatives.

 

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10:34
Apple making sparse use of Swift in its own apps,...

In spite of Apple expressing a desire to switch its apps to Swift, just a handful of them are actually using the programming language so far, according to a software engineer.

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10:04
8 reasons you should buy a 50mm f/1.8 lens

Petapixel:

When people ask me what lens they should get after buying their first camera, I always tell them to buy a 50mm f/1.8 lens because it’s one of the cheapest and one of the coolest lens you could buy.

Why should you buy it? Here are 8 different reasons.

One of the first lenses I recommend beginning photographers buy is one of the “Nifty Fifties”. They are relatively inexpensive, generally better than the kit lens that came with your camera, great in low light conditions and will force you to move your feet to get the shot rather than just zooming into it.

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09:57
4,000 Apple employees evacuated amid possible...

Gardai responded to the scene and have confirmed that a number of plants have been evacuated.

It is understood that several threatening emails were received by the company.

There is nothing in the report to indicate what the threat was, but the plants were evacuated.

∞ Read this on The Loop

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09:50
iOS code showing references to Li-Fi wireless data...

Image of Li-1st, first Li-Fi product ©2013, PureLiFi

Imagine a future network that uses light to transfer data to and from your iPhone or iPad at up to 224 gigabits per second. That's not that far-fetched, and according to an article on AppleInsider this morning, it appears that the iOS 9.1 library cache file refers to "LiFiCapability", meaning that Apple could be very well experimenting with the Li-Fi wireless data protocol.

The capability declaration was discovered by Twitter user Chase Fromm and verified by AppleInsider:

Li-Fi testing is already imminent. May appear in the next iPhone 7 according to iOS code in iOS 9.1 firmware. pic.twitter.com/MPK65QwLvp

— Chase Fromm (@kyoufujibaya)...

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09:38
Candidates agree, disagree with Apple’s stance on...

Last week, Apple was at the heart of a conversation during the Republican presidential debate over encryption and national security. Candidates such as Jeb Bush explained that, even if companies like Apple aren’t willing to give up user data, the government has “got to keep asking because this is a hugely important issue.” Last night, NBC held a Democratic presidential debate out of South Carolina, and once again, encryption and technology’s role in national security were hot button issues during the debate.

The NBC debate was co-run by YouTube and featured questions from prominent YouTubers. Popular technology reviewer Marques Brownlee, or...

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09:11
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09:09
Apple to add Nearby feature to watchOS 2.2

Apple’s watchOS 2.2 is en route and the current beta features an upcoming Nearby search features in Apple Maps as well as quick navigation buttons for travel directions to home and work addresses.

The current shipping watchOS version has the Maps application launch to a view of your current location, then pressing the display firmly reveals buttons to access contact addresses, search, and toggling between transit and standard directions.

The Maps application on watchOS 2.2 appears to incorporate a new layer of actions, the beta featuring shortcuts to navigating to your home and work address from your current location. Search is also a more accessible button that doesn’t require Force Touch. The old Maps view can still be accessed through the My Location button beneath Search.

The...

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09:07
The 62 richest people in the world now own as much...

MIC:

The most shocking statistic in the report, released Sunday, is this: In 2015, a mere 62 people held the same amount of wealth as “the bottom half of humanity” — 3.5 billion people. Identifying the reasons why this is happening is as important as the statistic itself.

Things are getting bad, quickly: In 2010, it took 388 individuals to match the wealth of the bottom half. But in the past five years, wealth has become so concentrated in the hands of the global elite that the number has reduced dramatically.

This story is more than just a little depressing.

∞ Read this on The Loop...

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09:00
Moshi iGlaze for iPad Pro offers lightweight, slim...

MOSHI iGlaze for iPad Pro. Photo©2016, Steven Sande

Those of us who are fans of the iPad Pro have a common dilemma; when that big tablet is connected to the Apple Smart Keyboard, there's no way to protect the back of the device from scratches and bumps. Fortunately, Moshi has released the US$39.95 iGlaze for iPad Pro as a way to keep using the keyboard while protecting the rest of your iPad Pro.

Design

The design of the iGlaze for iPad Pro is about as minimalist as you could imagine. It's a slender piece of translucent plastic that is perfectly molded to snap onto the back of the monster iPad. While weighing in at only 3.95 ounces (112 grams), it offers just enough protection to keep your device from getting scratched if you bump it against a rough surface or drop it.

Function

The iGlaze for iPad Pro is perfect for use with either the Apple...

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08:55
iOS code shows Apple experimenting with ultra fast,...

Recent versions of iOS have been found to contain references to Li-Fi, an experimental high-speed wireless networking protocol that uses pulses of light to transmit data and is being marketed as a long-term replacement for Wi-Fi.

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08:46
Apple acknowledges battery percentage indicator bug...

Well, this is why they invented software updates.

Following a plethora of complains, Apple recently posted a new support document acknowledging an issue with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus that causes the battery percentage indicator in the status bar not to update as the battery itself drains. This means that the battery percentage icon could display that you have much more battery life left than you actually do.

The support document states that Apple is working to address the issue and assures issues that the company is working on a fix. Strangely, Apple also states that the issue is caused by time zone changes, whether done manually or automatically while traveling.

From the support document:

If you...

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08:41
These are the signs Apple is working on the next...

Business Insider:

It’s all but a given that Apple is developing a car (even Elon Musk called the project “an open secret” in the auto industry). But when it comes to a new kind of personal computing gadget, several recent acquisitions and hires hint that Apple is at least exploring augmented reality.

As always, Apple is tight lipped about what it’s cooking up in its research and development labs. But a recent series of acquisitions and hires shows the company is at least experimenting with augmented reality.

Let’s take a look at the evidence.

BI is using the tired cliche of “where there’s smoke, there’s fire” but what do you think? Is VR/AR “the next major computing platform”? While tech nerds may be salivating over VR and AR, do you think The Normals want this platform? Will VR be the next HD TV or the next 3D TV?

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08:36
Apple demands widow get court order to access dead...

CBC:

A Victoria widow is outraged over Apple’s demand that she obtain a court order to retrieve her dead husband’s password so she can play games on an iPad.

“I thought it was ridiculous. I could get the pensions, I could get benefits, I could get all kinds of things from the federal government and the other government. But from Apple, I couldn’t even get a silly password. It’s nonsense,” 72-year-old Peggy Bush told Go Public.

Experts warn this is a growing problem, as more people die leaving important information and valuable digital property on computers and electronic devices.

The news media is typically and gleefully playing up this story (it will get resolved by Apple without any court order required), it does bring forward some of the issues we are and will continue to have with our digital lives.

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08:35
Facebook's WhatsApp Messenger drops annual fees...

WhatsApp, the popular messaging service owned by Facebook, is dropping its 99-cent annual charge in order to continue growing, CEO Jan Koum said on Monday.

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08:28
Apple’s home page tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King...

Apple:

“Life’s most persistent and urgent question is ‘What are you doing for others?’”

Tim Cook has often said that Dr King is one of his heroes and today, on Martin Luther King Jr Day, Apple’s front page is dedicated to him.

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07:50
4,800 workers at Irish Apple facilities evacuated...

Apple Hollyhill site evacuation. Photo via independent.ie

The Irish Times is reporting that a bomb threat was made against Apple's operations in Ireland today, resulting in the evacuation of 4,800 employees for several hours before they were allowed to return to work. 

Apple received several threatening emails, and the threat was posted on the website of Garda Siochána, the national police force for the Republic of Ireland, at about 8:20 AM local time. Police started the evacuations at three locations near Cork -- an iMac assembly plant at the Hollyhill campus, a facility in Lavitts Quay, and the Model Farm Road site. After a search of the facilities uncovered no dangerous devices,...

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07:36
Microsoft to bring Windows Phone keyboard, Word Flow...

Microsoft is reportedly working on bringing the Windows Phone keyboard -- known as Word Flow -- to iOS devices, marking the arrival of yet another feature previously exclusive to Microsoft platforms.

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07:25
Swift is quickly rising in popularity as a developer...

The TIOBE index uses search engine rankings to track popularity of programming languages. In January, Swift overtook Objective-C to become the 14th most popular language in the TIOBE index. The surge in popularity was spurred by the release of Swift into open-source in December. With developer interest growing, Ryan Olson was interested in how much Apple is using Swift for its own apps.

Despite producing the language, Apple is not ahead of the curve on Swift adoption. In his blog post, Olson finds that in iOS 9.2 only one Apple app uses...

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07:18
Apple said widow needed a court order to access her...

Apple reportedly insisted that a Canadian widow get a court order to retrieve her deceased husband’s password so that she could access his iPad to play a card game.

“I thought it was ridiculous,” 72-year-old Peggy Bush told CBC. “I could get the pensions, I could get benefits, I could get all kinds of things from the federal government and the other government. But from Apple, I couldn’t even get a silly password. It’s nonsense.”

Experts warn this is a growing problem, as more people die leaving important information and valuable digital property on computers and electronic devices.

Bush lost her husband David to lung cancer in August, the article notes. The couple owned an iPad and an Apple computer. Bush knew the iPad's log-in code, but didn't know the Apple ID password.

Peggy Bush finally enlisted CBC’s...

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07:16
CarPlay Offers Limited, Glitchy iPhone/Auto...

Touchscreens in select cars are now iPhone extensions via CarPlay, Apple’s attempt to extend its influence into vehicle cabins. Alas, Julio Ojeda-Zapata found CarPlay to be a dumbed-down and glitchy experience.

 

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06:54
1Password 6 for Mac Adds Teams, Expands Sync Options

AgileBits has released version 6 of 1Password for Mac with a number of major new features, including support for sharing passwords among a group, a unified view of all your password vaults, an improved password generator, and iCloud syncing for more people. Joe Kissell covers what has changed and introduces the all-new, second edition of “Take Control of 1Password.”

 

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06:44
Feature Request: Apple TV 4 needs a way to watch TV...

Apple released the new Apple TV in the fall. Despite the clunkier fatter physical appearance, the new Apple TV 4 features better performance, a cool new Siri Remote touchpad and an App Store. The App Store unlocks unlimited potential for the Apple TV as a content platform: rather than waiting for content deals between Apple and the networks, TV channels can release their own apps as they please. When the new Apple TV was announced, Tim Cook said the ‘future of TV is apps’. It is true this is a substantial improvement over the previous-generation Apple TV in terms of content (for UK residents like me, addition of BBC iPlayer is a huge win) however there are big user-experience issues with the app model that current Apple TV software does not address …

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06:10
Apple honors Martin Luther King Day with website...

Apple on Monday acknowledged the Martin Luther King holiday in the U.S. with an image on its website, featuring a photo of the civil rights activist alongside a famous quote.

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05:54
Apple commemorates Martin Luther King, Jr. Day on...

Apple has again dedicated its home page to commemorate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

There’s a black-and-white picture of the civil rights leader. It also lists one of his many famous quotes: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?’ "

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day is an American federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. It’s observed on the third Monday of January each year, which is close to King's birthday (Jan. 15).

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05:09
False bomb threat at Apple's Ireland facilities...

A fake bomb threat was issued for Apple's operations in Ireland on Monday, causing officials to evacuate 4,800 employees before giving the all-clear.

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05:00
What the PC Industry Could Learn From the NRA


One of the fascinating things about the NRA is that buyers of guns think the organization represents them, when in fact its mission is to represent gun sellers -- not gun buyers -- and certainly never gun buyers against gun sellers. Guns for consumers largely have been banned in most of the world, with the exception of the U.S., which uniquely has the NRA. This likely makes the NRA the most effective industry association in history. The PC industry, which is facing yet another decline, could learn a lot from the NRA.

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04:30
Fileloupe for OS X is a convenient photo browser/...

Corduroy Code's Fileloupe 1.0 for Mac OS X combines the features of a photo viewer, video player and document browser into a single, fast app. It can easily handle thousands of files.

Harnessing the power of Apple's Quick Look technology, Fileloupe offers users one of the fastest ways to browse, view and share photos, videos, PDFs and documents. Quick Look is a quick preview feature that Apple introduced in Mac OS X 10.5. While OS X's Finder has always had icon previews, Quick Look allows users to look at the contents of a file in the Finder at full or near-full size (depending on the size of the document relative to the screen resolution).

Fileloupe doesn't require a lengthy import process, doesn't use a master library and never moves or copies your files. It eliminates the need have to open multiple windows or multiple applications to quickly view the contents of a folder. Videographers, in particular, will...

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04:23
Apple celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day with...

Like last year, Apple is once again dedicating the entirety of its Apple.com home page to commemorate Marin Luther King Jr Day. A black and white photo fills the entire width and height of the browser, with all product marketing removed to focus on the celebration. The quote used cleverly reflects Apple’s company values in products as well as their goals towards society and ecology: “Life’s most persistent and urgent question is, ‘What are you doing for others?'”

Apple CEO Tim Cook has often said that Martin Luther King was his inspiration,...

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04:12
Fujitsu wants to fix Japan's deer problem with...

Fujitsu is teaming up with a Japanese forest research institute to learn how animal populations grow. The pair will look into Sika deer, a creature that's causing plenty of environmental damage due to overgrazing. Traditionally, these sorts of studie...

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04:00
Just Mobile's AluBolt dock for iOS devices...

If you want a sleek dock for your iPhone (the 5 through 6s Plus models), iPad mini (all models), and iPod touch (fifth and sixth gen devices), Just Mobile's AluBolt is for you. It's a handsome, "high-design" dock without a high price tag (it's US$49.95).

The AluBolt gives off a sports car vide with its silver-toned (as in aluminum) construction and curved backrest. What's more, it packs a "fully sprung" Lightning connector. Since the iPhone and iPad mini come with a Lightning connector, you'll have a spare, which makes it easy to stash the one that come with your iDevice in your backpack or travel case. 

The AluBolt is designed to allow total control of your docked device, even if it’s in a case; unlike some peripherals, it works just fine with Apple's iPhone 5s and 5c cases). It features an integrated USB cable for charging your iDevice. A rubber ring on the bottom of the...

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03:31
Apple employees at headquarters in Cork, Ireland...

According to local news, Apple’s plants in Cork, Ireland have been evacuated following a potential security threat in the area. Around 4000 workers have been told to leave premises at Apple’s facilities in Lavitts Quay, Hollyhill and Model Farm Road. Although details are scarce, Defence Forces told The Independent that explosive ordnance disposal teams are on standby in case they are needed. Employees have been waiting outside for over 2 hours now, as local ‘Gardai’ police respond to the bomb threat.

Update: Apple has confirmed plant evacuation of Cork...

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03:09
WhatsApp is dropping the $1 annual fee

WhatsApp, the $19 billion dollar messaging service is dropping its $1 annual fee. Founder Jan Koum revealed the news on stage at this year's DLD conference, explaining that the buck-a-year charge might not sound like much, but still prevents many peo...

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02:52
WhatsApp is now free for all users forever, dropping...

Today, WhatsApp has announced a pretty major shift in its business model. The popular chat client is going completely free. Facebook-owned WhatsApp used to run on a trial model: users could use the app for free for a year. Subsequent years would cost $0.99 cents each. The paid model notably made WhatsApp stand out from the crowd, as almost every other social networking is free to use from the customer perspective. Although WhatsApp will stop charging customers from today, it will take a few weeks for the payment UI in apps to go away as app updates roll out to the store.

WhatsApp says although a 0.99 cent charge is not onerous, it prevented growth as a lot of customers do not have access to...

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02:50
Thorpe Park unveils VR ghost train designed by...

VR headsets have matured to the point where some of the UK's biggest theme parks now want to integrate them into their next rides. Alton Towers announced a VR rollercoaster last week and today Thorpe Park has unveiled its own plans for a VR ghost tra...

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02:25
This color-changing polymer warns of tiny damage you...

Tiny cracks can actually be a big deal when they're forming inside parts of your car or, say, a metal shell that's flying into space. University of Illinois research, led by Professors Nancy Sottos and Scott White, has lead to a polymer coating that...

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00:36
Comets don't explain the strange 'alien...

And here we thought that the mystery of the "alien megastructure" star was all sewn up. Researcher Bradley Schaefer has determined that the most plausible explanation for KIC 8462852's unusual dimming, a swarm of comets, doesn't really hold up. You...

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Sunday January 17

22:37
After abandoning iAd revenue, Apple Inc can...

Apple's five year effort to radically enhance iOS app advertising with its own ad sales has now been scuttled. That opens the door for an even more radical rethinking of how to monetize apps and Internet services, one that is clearly differentiated from the incessant adware associated with Android, Windows and the open web.

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22:02
Wikipedia fund gives the site a long-term future

Wikipedia just turned 15 years old, but you wouldn't know it from the nigh-on inescapable donation drives -- the crowdsourced encyclopedia often seems as if it's months away from extinction. The Wikimedia Foundation (its parent organization) may hav...

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21:21
Microsoft Office 2016 15.18

Patches several security vulnerabilities, plus adds minor improvements to individual apps. ($149.99 new, free update)

 

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19:59
Astronauts grow their first flower in space

NASA astronaut Scott Kelly can brag about having a green thumb all day long, and we wouldn't mind at all. He's earned that right by successfully growing the first flower in space after the zinnia plants the ISS crew planted almost died. The astronaut...

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18:25
Hit indie game 'Axiom Verge' gets a vinyl...

Game studios have sometimes been a little too eager to get their soundtracks on vinyl, but this is one you'll want to consider if you're a connoisseur. Creator Thomas Happ and Ship to Shore PhonoCo are releasing a limited edition vinyl soundtrack for...

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18:17
The Logic Pros: 3 overlooked tricks to keep your...

In this week’s episode of The Logic Pros, we will be taking a look at three handy little tricks to keep things moving, a little more tidy and some helpful plug-in quick keys/shortcuts. Sometimes it’s the little things that keep our minds focused on the task at hand, whether it be tedious straight-line editing for film/TV/app work or carefully crafted creative ideas. LPX is at its best when I forget I’m even using it. Personal plug-in menus, customized default plug-in settings, templates and a deeply comprehensive instrument library are just a few things Logic uses to make our lives easier every day. So we thought a new mini series was in-line, covering some of our favorite LPX experience-enhancing shortcuts. Here are a few to get started:

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16:42
Judge says Facebook tagging violates protective...

You don't have to physically get close to a person or to call and text them to end up violating a protection order. According to Acting Westchester County Supreme Court Justice Susan Capeci, tagging the victim, which sends them a notification, is eno...

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16:09
Roundup: The best Mac email clients for push Gmail

Mac owners who use Gmail know Apple's Mail app for OS X is less than perfect when it comes to pushing emails from Google's service. AppleInsider weeded through a forest of third party apps to find the fastest, cleanest and most reliable push Gmail clients for your desktop.

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15:14
Windows Phone's keyboard is coming to your...

Ask Windows Phone and Windows 10 Mobile fans about their favorite interface features and they may point to the Word Flow keyboard -- that combination of swiping, word correction and overall feel is hard to replicate. Well, you might not have to pick...

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11:22
The 7 worst ad campaigns of 2015

Venturebeat:

It’s always been important for advertisers and content creators to consider their target audience when developing an ad campaign. In the past year, however, we have seen a slew of ad campaigns that seem to have skipped over this essential, yet obvious, standard. Perhaps advertisers forget that unless they carefully understand and represent their audience’s values, they’ll get bombarded with aggressive tweets, posts, pins, and shares, calling them cold, insensitive, and downright ignorant.

These kinds of campaigns can easily be avoided if advertisers learn to engage better with their consumers so that they truly grasp their audience’s character.

That said, here are seven ad campaigns that just plain failed in 2015.

As much as many of us, myself included, hate most of the advertising we see, a good campaign can really capture our attention. Sadly, so can a bad one. These campaigns make you wonder how the hell they managed to make it out into...

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10:00
Apple “investigating” inaccurate battery percentage...

(credit: Andrew Cunningham)

Apple is investigating a bug in the iPhone 6S and 6S Plus that may cause the battery percentage level to be displayed incorrectly. More specifically, the percentage level on affected phones "won't update," which could lead users to assume their batteries are more charged than they actually are.

Apple's support document says the bug occurs when users manually set a new time zone or when their time zone changes automatically as they travel. The recommended fix for now is to restart your phone and to check that your iPhone's clock sets itself automatically (go to Settings > General > Date & Time to check).

This sounds like the kind of problem that can be fixed in a software update—Apple has a minor iOS 9.2.1 update and a...

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09:28
Microsoft developing iPhone version of its Swype-...

Microsoft appears to be planning to port its Windows Phone keyboard called Word Flow to the iPhone as a third-party keyboard, according to WinBeta. The company is currently reaching out to enlisted software testers to recruit iOS users with iPhone 5s or later to test the Windows Phone keyboard.

Word Flow works similarly to gesture-based third-party keyboards like Swype, which let you trace your finger across letters to suggest words for quick typing. The keyboard also supports traditional typing in the same interface. Emoji characters are even recommended when typing words so ‘dog’ might show the dog emoji when typing the word out.

This is how typing with Word Flow looks on Windows Phone minus gesture typing :

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09:00
Ex-Jailbreakers now working to secure iOS for...


For nearly half a decade, teams of hackers and programmers have worked tirelessly to crack Apple’s iOS software code in order to inject new features, themes, and applications. Now, a team led by noted former jailbreak developers Will Strafach, otherwise known as “Chronic”, and Joshua Hill, known as P0sixninja, is working to secure Apple’s mobile platform. The duo, along with a list of unnamed former jailbreak developers, has been working on a new comprehensive platform to secure iOS devices for both enterprises and consumers. Strafach provided us with a preview of the platform known as “Apollo,” the first security product from his new...

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09:00
Apple axes free iTunes Radio service, directs...

Eddy Cue announces iTunes Radio at WWDC 2013. (credit: Clint Ecker)

In an e-mail sent to users late Friday, Apple announced that it would be shutting down its ad-free iTunes Radio streaming service on January 28. Those who enjoyed the Pandora-like feature are instead being directed to Beats 1, the live radio station that Apple launched alongside Apple Music last year. Apple Music subscribers can continue to create iTunes Radio-like stations based on artists or songs, but they'll need to pay the standard $9.99-per-month membership fee to do so.

iTunes Match users will apparently be losing their ad-free version of iTunes Radio, too. The message to users of that service is clear:...

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03:56
Pluto probe sends back photos of possible ice volcano

The New Horizons spacecraft might already be heading for a Kuiper belt object farther than Pluto, but it continues to give us a closer view of the dwarf planet. Some of the latest photos it sent back taken during the probe's closest flyby in July 201...

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Saturday January 16

23:21
Penthouse drops print magazines to deal with...

Internet porn just claimed another casualty. Penthouse has announced that it's dropping its print magazine after 51 years of publication -- from an unspecified point in the future, you'll have to go online to get those articles and racy photos (okay,...

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20:11
Microsoft bundles 1TB Xbox One with 'Tom Clancy...

Maybe you've been holding out on getting an Xbox One all this time because your subconscious has been waiting for this bundle. Whatever your reason is, this package is worth checking out if you've been looking to get both a 1TB version of the console...

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18:34
The first 'Doom' gets a new map from co-...

John Romero is virtually synonymous with Doom as one of its key developers, but he never made a map for it after 1995. Quake, and eventually his other studios, took over after that. However, he's finally coming home to roost: Romero has released an...

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17:46
watchOS 2.2 adds Nearby search to Maps for Apple...

The Maps app for the Apple Watch is set to receive a useful upgrade with new features with the upcoming watchOS 2.2 release. Currently in beta, the upcoming software update adds the Nearby search features in Apple Maps as well as quick navigation buttons for travel directions to home and work addresses.

In the current watchOS version, the Maps application launches to a view of your current location, then pressing the display firmly reveals buttons to access contact addresses, search, and toggling between transit and standard directions.

Starting with watchOS 2.2, Maps on Apple Watch has a whole new layer of actions. Just like Google Maps for Apple Watch, Apple’s Maps app now includes shortcuts to...

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17:23
Apple promises fix for iPhone 6s, 6s Plus not...

In a new support document, Apple has acknowledged a problem in which an iPhone 6s or 6s Plus may not show the right battery percentage as power drains.

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17:02
Microsoft HoloLens can talk to just about any device

As much as Microsoft has been willing to show of HoloLens, it has been surprisingly shy on some basic details. What devices work with the augmented reality headset? How long can you use it? How immersive will it really be? Thankfully, you just g...

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16:32
What to do if you iPhone 6s/6s Plus’ battery...

If you change the time on your iPhone 6s or iPhone 6s Plus manually or change time zones when traveling, you might notice that the battery percentage doesn't update. If this is happening with you, follow these steps:

  • Restart your iPhone.
  • Go to Settings > General > Date & Time and make sure that Set Automatically is turned on. Learn more about the date and time on your device.

If this happens again and you didn't change the time or time zone on your device, contact Apple Support.

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15:32
Iran shuts down most of its nuclear program

Iran promised to shut down the majority of its nuclear program in return for an end to stiff economic sanctions, and it's making good on its word. International Atomic Energy Agency inspectors have confirmed that Iran is meeting its end of a 2015 dea...

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14:00
Video: Interview with Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn

From the Autoblog booth at the 2016 Detroit Auto Show, Patrick McIntyre interviews Renault-Nissan Chairman, President and CEO Carlos Ghosn. Topics include autonomous driving and Nissan's Titan Warrior concept at NAIAS 2016.

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13:47
Apple acknowledges issue causing battery percentage...

After a plethora of complaints, Apple this week has posted a new support document acknowledging an issue with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus that causes the battery percentage indicator in the status bar not to update as the battery itself drains. This means that the battery percentage icon could display that you have much more battery life left than you actually do.

In the support document, Apple addresses the issue and ensures iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus users that it is working on a fix. Weirdly, the company says the issue is caused by time zone changes, whether done manually or automatically while traveling (via ...

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13:06
Review: RHA T20 are some of the finest-made...

For a while, Scotland-based audio company RHA was known primarily for delivering audiophile-grade sound in affordable earphones. With the T20, that’s not exactly how they played it. In fact, this set of headphones is not anywhere near cheap enough to be classed as an affordable pair, but I still feel that in terms of design, audio and versatility, they comfortably give you your money’s worth. That’s despite the fact they’d set you back $240/£180 if you decided to splurge on them…

On the design front, RHA has gone all-out with the T20 to make a headphone that both looks and feels like a high-end product....

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12:29
Amazon Echo can read your Kindle books aloud on...

You don't even need to lift a finger when you're done playing Jeopardy! on Amazon Echo and want to relax with a book. Simply say "Alexa, read [Kindle book title]," and the voice assistant will start narrating almost anything you purchased from the Ki...

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11:00
Blue's Lola headphones nix features in favor of...

When it comes to headphones, comfort is at the top of my list of demands. It even edges out sound quality. Blue's Mo-Fi headphones were announced last year, and while they offered great sound, a built-in amp added an uncomfortable amount of bulk. Tha...

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10:35
Apple drops free iTunes Radio, bundles it into Apple...

iTunes Radio’s time as a free, ad-supported service is coming to an end. According to BuzzFeed, Apple will discontinue the free version of its Internet radio service and move it behind the Apple Music paywall starting in late January.

“As a listener of ad-supported radio on Apple Music, we want you to know it’s being discontinued starting January 28th,” Apple said in an email to iTunes Radio users (via Rob Griffiths on Twitter). Beats 1 will remain free to listen to, even without an Apple Music subscription, according to the email.

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10:00
First look: OS X 10.11.4 beta brings Live Photos to...

Introduced alongside iPhone 6s and iOS 9 last year, Apple's Live Photos feature plays well with devices running iOS, but viewing the special format images on Mac has been a less than ideal experience. But that will soon change.

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08:30
Number of Apple Music subscribers reaches 300,000 in...

The number of Apple Music subscribers has reportedly reached 300,000 in Russia, making it the fifth largest market for the service.

The business daily Vedomosti reported the 300,000 figure, citing unnamed sources (Apple hasn't disclosed the number of Apple Music subscribers in Russia). Sources in the Russian record industry told Billboard (http://tinyurl.com/hqwnj9n) that the Vedomosti's number is about right and that Russia is quite likely to be on the top five of Apple Music biggest markets in the number of subscribers.

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07:33
Apple May Owe $8 Billion To the EU After Tax Ruling

Robotron23 writes: An investigation by the EU Commission may make Apple liable for up to $8 billion in back taxes. Bloomberg Intelligence estimates Apple has paid only 1.8% tax on profits between 2004 and 2012 — this ruling increases their liability to 12.5%. This decision comes hot on the heels of a tax avoidance settlement Apple reached with Italy last month for $347 million.


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03:00
The week in Apple news: iAd shuts down, Apple Music...

Apple headlines for the week ending Jan. 15, 2016

The big news this week was about the upcoming versions of iOS and OS X. Apple released public betas of iOS 9.3 and OS X 10.11.4; you have to be part of the Apple Beta Software Program to get the betas, but you probably don’t have to wait very long if you rather wait for the official release. While you’re waiting for the betas to download or you’re waiting for the official versions, you can catch up on the important Apple-releated news in this slideshow. Just click the link to get more information.

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02:16
This week on AppleInsider: New betas, iAd flies the...

Apple news was perhaps mercifully quiet this week -- but the company did hit important milestones with Mac sales and Apple Music, while finally giving up the ghost for its long-suffering iAd division.

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01:53
SpaceX successfully fired up its returned Falcon 9

Elon Musk and the folks at SpaceX aren't only preparing to return another rocket from space back to the Earth this weekend, they're also running tests on the one that already safely came back. Of course, firing up a Falcon 9 that made the trip to spa...

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Friday January 15

20:53
NYT: Alphabet's reorganized 'X'...

Last year Google shipped off some of its wilder projects for administration under new parent company Alphabet, which included its efforts with robots and the lab formerly known as Google X. A New York Times report says that the latter, now just known...

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18:56
Supreme Court will hear Microsoft's appeal in...

Proving that the console wars are never truly over, today the Supreme Court of the United States announced (PDF) it would hear an argument relating to Microsoft's Xbox 360. At issue is whether or not Microsoft will have to face a class-action lawsuit...

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18:14
Is the Elio P5 the car of the future?

Great gas mileage, two seats, airbags and it's coming this year. Would you consider buying it?

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17:59
'Apple Watch 2' might not make anticipated...

Those anticipating Apple to unveil a second-generation Apple Watch in March might have to wait a bit longer, as a report on Friday cobbles together indirect evidence to cast plausible doubt on recent rumors.

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17:11
Apple shuttering iAd App Network, ad-supported...

Earlier this week it was reported (http://tinyurl.com/jjeakd6) that Apple is moving to phase out its in-house iAd sales team in favor of a new publisher-driven system. The iAd App Network will be discontinued as of June 30, 2016," Apple states on its developer site. 

"Although we are no longer accepting new apps into the network, advertising campaigns may continue to run and you can still earn advertising revenue until June 30,” Apple says. The App Network, one part of the iAd platform, allows developers to promote their App Store apps across iAd's publisher network

Also, Apple Music customers today received an announcement from Apple about a change in its fee structure...

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16:51
Apple's ad-supported iTunes Radio will go away...

iTunes Radio was Apple's first foray into streaming music, but a pretty major change to the service is afoot -- today, the company has started sending emails to customers saying that iTunes Radio will no longer be a free, ad-supported service for iTu...

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16:45
iTunes Radio to be available only to Apple Music...

“We are making Beats 1 the premier free broadcast from Apple and phasing out the ad-supported stations at the end of January,” an Apple spokesperson told BuzzFeed News. “Additionally, with an Apple Music membership, listeners can access dozens of radio stations curated by our team of music experts, covering a range of genres, commercial-free with unlimited skips. The free three-month trial of Apple Music includes radio.”

∞ Read this on The Loop

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16:41
Apple to fold iTunes Radio into Apple Music, make...

In an email blast to Apple Music customers on Friday, Apple announced a change in its fee structure that will make the currently free iTunes Radio service a subscription-only feature for the first time since its launch in 2013.

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16:35
BusyMac: Take control of your calendar and contacts...

Thanks to BusyMac for sponsoring The Loop this week. Take control of your calendar and contacts in 2016 with BusyMac’s Two-for-One New Year’s resolution offer. Get BusyCal and BusyContacts together for only $49.99 — that’s two award-winning apps for the price of one!

BusyCal and BusyContacts are ideal for those who want more power and flexibility than the built-in Calendar and Contacts apps on OS X have to offer. BusyCal and BusyContacts are compatible with iCloud, Google and Exchange, and integrate seamlessly to form an easy to use solution for managing all of your contacts and activities.

Organize your calendar and contacts this new year and save $49.99 with this limited time Two-for-One offer from BusyMac!

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16:29
Apple announces free ad-supported iTunes Radio...

In an email circulating to customers, Apple has announced that the ad-supported iTunes Radio stations available in the US and Australia are going away on January 29th. Beats 1 will be the ‘premiere free broadcast’ going forward. All other radio station features, i.e. the algorithmic stations like Charting Now or Pop Workout, will require an active Apple Music subscription.

The full email is included below …

This marks the end of iTunes Radio as first launched in 2013, which expanded...

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16:11
EA's Vault is free for Xbox One Gold members...

The EA Access Vault creaks open next week on Xbox One for those with an Xbox Live Gold membership, which enables many of the console's online functions. EA's Vault will be open from January 19th to 24th for Gold folks. Its library features 14 games,...

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15:27
House Science panel opens new investigation into...

Hillary Clinton already has the FBI and a Senate judiciary committee on her tail about her private emails possibly containing classified info, but now it looks like she has to face yet another inquiry on the matter. Two days ago, House Science, Space...

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15:07
Spacewalk cancelled after water found in helmets...

Mission control had to cut short an ISS spacewalk on Friday after US astronaut Tim Kopra noticed water building up in his helmet hours into the excursion. Both Kopra and British astronaut Tim Peake are back and safe inside the International Space Sta...

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14:48
OpenSSH Flaw Could Leak Crypto Keys


Qualys on Thursday reported a flaw in the OpenSSH client that could let a hacker steal the client's private crypto keys. The bug is the result of an undocumented feature called "roaming" that exists in version 5.4, released March 8, 2010, and above. It's one of two vulnerabilities that a malicious SSH server or a trusted but compromised server can exploit, Qualys said. The other is a heap-based buffer overflow. OpenSSH issued a fix for the information leak Thursday.

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14:43
Apple to shut down iAd App Network on June 30

Apple on Friday announced plans to cease iAd App Network operations at the end of June, ending one facet of the company's six-year play at the mobile advertising market.

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14:39
Sony Builds Smart Home Hub Into Ceiling Light


Sony this week announced its Multifunctional Light, a ceiling lamp that's kitted out with sensors to talk to smart things. It includes sensors for motion, illumination, temperature and humidity. There's also the requisite WiFi radio, a memory card slot, a condenser microphone, and an infrared controller for air conditioners. The lamp form factor offers convenient placement, said Sony Electronics spokesperson John Dolak. "We gave thought to where we could install it so that it would work as well as possible."

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14:18
Samsung working to copy iPhone 6s Life Photos...

Samsung hopes to maintain its "lead by following" style of innovation for this year's Galaxy S7 launch by copying the Live Photos feature Apple developed for iPhone 6s, but it may not be done in time for launch.

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14:11
Apple announces it will discontinue iAd App Network...

On its developer news blog, Apple has announced that it is closing the iAd App Network on June 30th. Targeted at smaller publishers, the iAd App Network let developers pay reduced rates to feature advertisements for their own App Store apps across the iAd publisher network.

The news follows a report from Buzzfeed that Apple is closing iAd campaign sales and converting all inventory to automated system. Apple says that if developers want to keep advertising on iAd until that time, they have to make a campaign from scratch using iAd...

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