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Wednesday November 5

12:30
Send your kid on a safari adventure with Trail the...

Trail the tail is an educational children's app. It requires iOS 6.0 or later, is available for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, and is optimized for iPhone 5. It's a simple app with three short, fun, and educational games for young children in the main...

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12:21
My favorite iOS 8 features, big and small

Dan Frakes:

Here are some of my favorite iOS 8 features, in no particular order, with an emphasis on things that haven’t been exhaustively covered elsewhere. I hope you discover something new and useful.

Dan has some great tidbits here. My favourite is the SMS relay feature.

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12:20
Facebook's Voter Turnout Efforts: Good, Bad or...


In the months leading up to Tuesday's mid-term elections, suspicions were rife about the possibility of Facebook influencing the outcome. Facebook had joined Google, Twitter and other high-tech companies in urging people to vote, but skepticism about its motives ran high because in previous elections, it had turned its call to voters into sociological experiments, trying different approaches on different groups. Facebook in essence said that this year it would roll out the same message to all 100 million or so U.S. members.

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12:02
Review: 1Password 5 for Mac offers state-of-the-art...

Macworld:

The latest release of AgileBits’ password manager is as good as ever—and a perfect companion for OS X Yosemite.

I can’t recommend 1Password enough. Indispensable to my computer use.

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12:00
Obituary: Mac OS X Hints might be "pining for...

Over the years, one of the top websites other than TUAW for getting hints about Mac OS X was Macworld's Mac OS X Hints. Now a post by former Macworld blogger Rob Griffiths is paying last respects to the site 14 years after it first went live. The...

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11:58
Google overhauls Maps apps, adds right-click app...

Google has announced a collection of important app updates. The Google Maps apps for iOS and Android are both making the switch to "material design," the new aesthetic behind Android Lollipop. The scheme is more bright and colorful, and uses touches like animations and drop shadows to reinforce the connection between interface elements. Google has also integrated OpenTable reservations for US restaurants, and pickup times and prices for Uber cars. In the latter case, users must also have their platform's Uber app installed....



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11:45
Unpatched bug in Mac OS X gives root access to...

An unpatched vulnerability in Yosemite and some earlier versions of Apple's Mac OS X allows untrusted people to take full control of users' machines, a security researcher has warned.

Dubbed Rootpipe, the privilege escalation bug allows people to gain root access, a nearly unrestricted level of system privileges, without first entering the "sudo" password, according to a recent report published by MacWorld. Sudo is a mechanism that's designed to prevent code execution, file deletions, and other sensitive operations from being carried out by unauthorized people who have physical access to a computer.

"Normally there are 'sudo' password requirements, which work as a barrier, so the admin can't gain root access without entering the correct password," Emil Kvarnhammar, a researcher at Swedish security firm Truesec,...

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11:20
EFF ranks Apple's iMessage, FaceTime "best...

In its ranking of electronic messaging systems for safety and security, the Electronic Frontier Foundation said no mainstream products passed all of its criteria, but that Apple's iMessage and FaceTime "stood out as the best of the mass-market options."

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11:05
Stealth Armor Case for iPhone 6: Tempered Glass...

Silk Innovationâs Stealth Armor case for iPhone 6 protects your iPhone with a rugged shock-absorbent rubberized core, a polycarbonate exoskeleton shell and tempered glass display protector. Three interchangeable back plates in gold, gunmetal, and silver allow the user to match the iPhone color.


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11:00
Apple ranked the most valuable brand on the planet...

It's been a good week for Apple. On the heels of news that rival Samsung has seen its mobile business nosedive by 74%, the company has been named the number one most valuable brand on the planet by Forbes. Apple was able to grab the top spot on...

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10:58
A month in, the iPhone 6 Plus was the right choice

Quartz:

It didn’t take long for me to get used to Apple’s large new iPhone 6 Plus. After more than a month of everyday use, it has become even more of the pocket computer I’ve always wanted. A few thoughts.

The article hits a lot of the points I was curious about. Anyone else have similar or dissimilar stories about using their iPhone 6/6 Plus for the past month?

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10:54
RIP Mac OS X Hints, Nov 4 2000 – Nov 4 2014

The Robservatory:

Dearly beloved…

On this, the occasion of its 14th birthday, we’re gathered here to mark the passing of Mac OS X Hints.

While it can be hard to tell exactly when a web site has died, the signs are fairly obvious. It’s been over 45 days since the last new hint appeared on the site. There is no way for new users to sign up for an account. There’s been one new comment posted in the last two days. A sidebar box proudly proclaims Latest Mountain Lion Hints. The site design, logo, and icons were last updated when I worked for Macworld, over four years ago. To paraphrase a Star Trek character, “it’s dead, Jim.”

While Rob, the originator of Mac OS X Hints, makes a clear case as to why the site is no longer as needed as it has been in the past, it’s dormancy is still a shame. It was a site many of us relied on in the early days of Mac OS X to try and figure out the ins and outs of the new operating system.

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10:50
What am I entitled to when my flight goes wrong?

Outside:

As airlines pack more passengers than ever onto each plane, a single storm can reverberate through the system—leaving flyers stranded as agents scramble to find ever-rarer empty seats on later flights. But you aren’t entirely at the mercy of the airlines. Should your itinerary be delayed, cancelled, or overbooked, knowing your rights can be the difference between a $300 voucher and a long night at the airport.

As air travel gets more and more onerous, it’s important to know what you are supposed to receive when the airline makes a mistake. As always, be firm but polite with any airline agents you speak to.

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10:27
TMO Daily Observations: 2014-11-05

It's high resolution display day on TDO. John Martellaro and Bob "Dr. Mac" LeVitus join Jeff Gamet to talk about Apple's 5K iMac and 4K displays, plus they dive into their favorite monitor choices, what to look for when buying a new display, and more.


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10:06
Google Maps overhaul coming to iOS with new '...

Google announced on Wednesday that its popular Maps platform, including the free downloadable iOS application, will receive a major update in the near future, including a new look and new features, such as the ability to make restaurant reservations through OpenTable without leaving the app.

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10:00
CNN anchor caught on-air using a Microsoft Surface...

Try as they might, Microsoft's effort to get its Surface tablets out and in front of as many people as possible keeps backfiring in hilarious ways. Most recently, a CNN anchor during Tuesday night's election coverage was spotted using his Microsoft...

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09:49
Google Maps for iOS updated with a fresh new...


Google announced an update for its Google Maps for iOS app today that adds a fresh new Material Design layout focusing on bright colors and real world surfaces and shadows. The software’s refreshed interface is set to roll out over the next few days, with new features like dinner reservations from OpenTable (US only) and enhanced information cards with photos and reviews of popular attractions near your location.

In...

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09:47
Daily Deal: Last chance to enter our Epic iPhone 6...

Today is your last chance to enter to win an iPhone 6 in our iLounge Deals Epic iPhone Giveaway. One lucky winner will receive a $600 Apple gift card to allow them to purchase the iPhone 6 model of their choice. To enter, simply submit your e-mail address on the giveaway page to sign up for our iLounge Deals, and you can even gain additional entries by sharing on Twitter and Facebook—the more your friends and followers enter, the more entries…

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09:36
Google Drive now lets you open files in compatible...

Google announced today that it’s releasing a new Chrome extension called Application Launcher for Drive that allows users to open files directly from its Google Drive service in compatible apps on a Mac or PC. The extension adds an “Open With” option that will let users launch files in apps like, for example, Mac OS X’s Preview app or third-party editing apps like those from Adobe and Microsoft.

…a new extension for Chrome that lets you open files from Google Drive directly into a...

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09:30
Download MacX Video Converter Pro for free, courtesy...

There's nothing better than free, unless it's a US$49.95 app that you're getting for free. Digiarty is giving away 1,000 free copies of their MacX Video Converter Pro app to TUAW readers, and all you have to do is click a link and enter a promo...

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09:30
Briefly: Tesoro Excalibur RGB keyboard, CNK's...

Tesoro Technology has announced the introduction of its Excalibur RGB LED backlit mechanical keyboard, featuring a 16.8 million color palette. Gamers can choose virtually any hue for backlighting their keyboard, and illumination can be set to breathing mode, color loop mode and two gaming modes where only the gaming keys are illuminated. Its Full N-Key Rollover offers gamers full anti-ghosting functionality or USB 6 N-Key Rollover, and its 512 KB of onboard memory allows for recording sophisticated macros without need for external software. The keyboard's mechanical switches are engineered for...



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09:12
You May Not Need An iPad Air 2, But You’re Gonna...

Having spent some quality time with an iPad Air 2 lately I realize just how much I prefer it over my 4th generation iPad. Of course itâs thinner, lighter, and faster the first iPad Air, but itâs so much lighter, thinner, and faster than my 4th generation iPad that Iâll never be happy holding my 4th gen iPad again. As far as Iâm concerned, it turned into fat, sluggish beast overnight.


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09:06
Briefly: Swype for iOS 8, Composite Suite Pro 2.0...

Nuance Communications has announced that its Swype keyboard app for iOS 8 has been updated, now featuring support for more than 20 languages. A keyboard app that learns how the user types, Swype now features QWERTY, QWERTZ and AZERTY keyboard layouts, as well as a new layout specifically designed for iPad. Its new intuitive emoji input predicts when to insert an emoji graphic where appropriate. Currently available for $1, Swype requires iOS 8 or later....



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09:00
Gmail for Mac by Zive seeks to make the perfect...

Gmail users have long desired something better than Apple Mail and more user-friendly than the Gmail web client to send, receive and organize Google Mail messages on their Macs. That goal is closer than ever to fruition now that Zive has kicked off...

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08:43
Apple working on glasses-free 3D display, software,...

Apple is working on a form of glasses-free 3D display, and a matching set of "software ecosystems," supply chain sources tell the Chinese-language Economic Daily. The technology will reportedly force Apple to switch from its current in-cell display technology to new panels, likely supplied by TPK. Apple has filed patents for 3D user interfaces in the past, but this may mark the first rumor of the company actually putting ideas into practice....



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08:28
Rumor: Apple working on glasses-less 3D display for...

Apple is said to be exploring the incorporation of three-dimensional display technology that does not require special eyewear in its next-generation iPhone, according to a questionable report from Taiwan Wednesday, claiming the company is partnering with longtime supplier TPK to develop the feature.

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08:18
Apps: GarageSale, Beamer, ScreenFlow
08:11
Jawbone launches Up Move, Up3 fitness trackers

Jawbone has unveiled two fitness trackers, in time for the holiday shopping period. The Up Move is billed as a low-cost and simple-to-use fitness tracker, while the Up3 extends from the earlier Up bands, with the tracker able to monitor the body more closely than in previous versions thanks to the inclusion of multiple new sensors....



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08:01
CurrentC exclusivity contract at MCX merchants to...

The conflict between MCX’s CurrentC and Apple Pay may be short lived, as an exclusivity agreement that has caused some merchants involved in the MCX consortium — notably drug store chain CVS — to abruptly pull support for NFC-based payment systems, including Apple Pay and Google Wallet, is set to expire in “months,” according to a new report.

Per Re/code, the consortium, which is made up of a number of major retailers including CVS, Best Buy, and Wal-Mart, instituted the exclusivity contract to provide “breathing room” for the development of the CurrentC ecosystem, said MCX CEO Dekkers Davidson. That contract is set to expire in “months, not years,” Dekkers added.

Confirmation of the exclusivity agreement comes one week after the arrangement was first uncovered, following...

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07:48
Report: US carriers experience huge surge in VoLTE...

Following the introduction of Voice-over-LTE technology with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which increases call quality by routing calls through an LTE network opposed to last generation 3G networks, US carriers have experienced a big increase in VoLTE calls. That’s according to a new report from Newfield Wireless that highlights a decrease for calls over 3G by about one-fifth compared to previous generation iPhones and other LTE-capable devices:

The majority of voice calls made on other 4G-enabled devices are currently routed...

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07:46
Rumor: Apple Watch steel model to begin at $500,...

Apple is far from releasing its price points for its upcoming watch, but the rumors as to the cost are starting to pour in.

Per 9to5Mac, French website iGen.fr, reported on Tuesday that the steel Apple Watch will start at US$500 alongside a gold model that will retail for between US$4,000 and US$5,000. Apple previously claimed at its September event that the Apple Watch would start at US$349, but did not disclose further pricing information.

The report claims that the stainless steel Apple Watch in polished steel or black will cost US$500, while the gold Apple Watch Edition will be the more expensive version at between US$4,000 and US$5,000...

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07:43
Michael Fassbender in talks to take over lead in...

Michael Fassbender is now in early negotiations for the lead role in Sony's Steve Jobs biopic, sources tell Variety. Christian Bale recently made a surprise departure from the project, even as names like Seth Rogen have become attached to supporting roles. In explaining the move, Bale said he came to the conclusion that he wasn't right for playing Jobs....



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07:30
Photos from Silicon Valley's early years show...

If you want an unfiltered glimpse into the early days of Silicon Valley, look no further than the recently released Doug Menuez book Fearless Genius. A photojournalist in the thick of the early tech revolution, Menuez spent much of his time from 1985...

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07:26
Tip.ly puts a new spin on mobile payments with...

Las Vegas is the town that tips built, so it’s fitting that Stephen Campbell and Tim Baldwin chose the gambling mecca’s backbone, the Strip, to launch a new mobile payments app called Tip.ly. Vegas is a city driven by cash—you can’t tip out your valet, bellhop, or housekeeping service with a credit card. But Campbell and Baldwin are betting they can bring tipping into the 21st century with an app that combines Venmo-like peer-to-peer money transfers with a dash of facial recognition.

Tip.ly's facial recognition technology confirms the identity of the tip recipient.

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07:16
Microsoft Surface product placement in CNN election...

Microsoft must have thought it had pulled off a nice piece of product placement when it gave CNN election commentators a bunch of Surface Pro tablets to help with their coverage. CNN dutifully covered its desks with the devices, resulting in a series of proud tweets from Microsoft fans.

There was just one small problem, noted by GeekWire: a closer look revealed that hidden behind the Surface tablets were the iPads that commentators were actually using. In one case, the commentator was actually using her Surface tablet as a stand for her iPad.

Microsoft, which was last year forced to...

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07:12
Report claims Apple developing 3D iPhone display...

A 2012 Apple patent application showing a 3D GUI

According to a report from Chinese newspaper Economic Daily citing supply chain sources (via UDN), Apple is working on a 3D display of sorts that doesn’t require the use of special glasses. The translated report also claims Apple is working on 3D “software ecosystems.”

The report adds that Apple will be looking to move from its current in-cell display technology, which reportedly won’t be compatible with the new 3D technology, to new panels likely supplied by partner TPK.

It wouldn’t be the first time a smartphone manufacturer attempted to bring a 3D-style interface to a smartphone. Android manufacturers have attempted to implement similar features....

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07:07
The Trouble With Facebook's Tor Link


Facebook recently announced that it was providing access directly over the Tor network. Its purpose was to let users access Facebook without losing the cryptographic protections provided by the Tor cloud. Facebook is providing an SSL certificate which cites its onion address. It will add onion address support for its mobile site later. The Tor link will work only in Tor-enabled browsers. The initial response to Facebook's announcement was overwhelmingly positive. However, some responders expressed concern over the use of JavaScript.

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06:51
Steel Apple Watches may start at $500, gold could...

Stainless steel Apple Watches will start at $500, while gold models could start at $4,000 to $5,000, sources tell French site iGen. Apple has been largely quiet about the Apple Watch since it was revealed September 9th, particularly in regards to pricing. It has stated only that the Watch will start at $349, presumably referring to the aluminum model. If accurate, the newly suggested prices would be well beyond the range of most smartwatches, which often cost $250 or less....



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06:50
Insiders Claim Steel Apple Watch to Start at $500,...

When Apple unveiled its Apple Watch, the company said the starting price would come in at US$349, but insider sources are claiming the stainless steel version will start at $500. Those sources also say the high-end gold Apple Watch Edition will start between $4,000 and $5,000, which is lower than many have been expecting.

The Mac Observer Spin: $500 for the stainless steel Apple Watch seems in line with the $349 entry level price point for the Apple Watch Sport.


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06:33
Google Wallet usage surges after much-hyped Apple...

The highly successful launch of Apple Pay on the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus has helped to grow the long-established Google Wallet service, as both rely on the same near-field communication technology for tap-to-pay functions.

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06:15
News: Apple Watch Edition may be priced as high as $...

A new report from French site iGen.fr (translated link) claims to reveal some additional details about pricing on the various Apple Watch models planned for release. While Apple has only announced that the Apple Watch would start at $349, that’s the price for the entry-level anodized aluminum Sport model, and the report from iGen.fr, citing a reliable source, notes that the Stainless Steel version will likely sell for $500, and the Edition model…

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06:05
∞ Chappie trailer

[VIDEO] Ever see District 9? If not, I’d urge you to go find it. Absolutely brilliant movie.

District 9 director Neill Blomkamp and lead actor Sharlto Copley are teaming up again in the upcoming Chappie. Watch the trailer below. Can’t wait for this one.

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06:00
Secure Messaging Scorecard gives you a look at which...

When you consider just how much of our personal information if used, scanned, and sold by the companies who provide our email and social media, it's understandable people are worried about online security. The issue has brought about a wave of apps...

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05:54
MCX CEO on Apple Pay exclusivity: “Months, not years”

Writing for ReCode, Walt Mossberg lays out his thoughts on MCX and their anti-Apple Pay tactics. You no doubt know all the details (if not, click here).

∞ Read this on The Loop

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05:45
iOS 8: Hiding Your Location with Siri

Today's Quick Tip is about using Siri to disable and re-enable your location sharing through Find My Friends. It seems like a small thing, right? Well, you might change your tune if your best friend ever sees you out shopping for Christmas presents at That Store He Likes. We'll teach you how to keep your gift-giving secret!


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05:30
Capture your personal sports highlights with Fancred

Recently we have seen a growing number of sports related apps that provide an opportunity to connect with other fans of your favorite teams or to engage in a distribution of photos, gifs, and comments about games and teams more than they provide...

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05:27
Apple replaces Samsung as top mobile brand in China

CNET:

Samsung was replaced by the iPhone maker as No. 1 in China’s mobile sector this year, according to the China Brand Research Center’s 2014 China Brand Power Index ranking report released Tuesday.

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05:24
CNN commentator ignores free Surface Pro 3 tablets,...

A picture is worth a thousand words.

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05:04
Apple Pay pays off for Google Wallet too: users...

While Apple Pay has grabbed all the attention in the mobile payment field, with the Google Wallet service launched back in 2011 having failed to make the same kind of splash, it appears that Google may be benefiting from the publicity generated by Apple. Sources cited by arsTechnica report that Google Wallet service has seen the number of users almost double, with a 50% increase in weekly transactions during the past couple of months … 

Google Wallet works in a similar fashion to Apple Pay at the till, providing a virtual payment card on a smartphone, though without fingerprint...

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04:44
Hands On: Avenged Sevenfold's Hail to the King...

Generally, we don't tend to think of bands as being capable of creating much more than music, but Avenged Sevenfold aims to change that with their action-adventure RPG title, inspired by the band's own lore. Hail to the King: Deathbat by Avenged Sevenfold is an overhead dungeon crawler, not dissimilar to that of Diablo. The player takes the role of Andronikos, the King of the Underworld, tasked with reclaiming Haides from the game's main villian, Dark Andronikos. In order to do this, the player moves through various dungeons, collecting items, defeating monsters, and besting bosses....



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04:03
Report: Spotify overtakes iTunes in European royalty...

The latest evidence of the continued trend away from music downloads toward streaming services was provided by Kobalt, a company that collects music royalties on behalf of thousands of artists, reports TechCrunch. Income from Spotify overtook that from iTunes for the first time in Q1 of this year, putting Spotify 13% ahead of iTunes.

While Kobalt operates only in Europe, there is no reason to believe that the trend would be different in the U.S. … 

Apple does not split out music from apps and other media in its annual report, but did ...

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04:00
The Week in Mac Accessories: The power of Thunderbolt

The power of Thunderbolt

This week’s roundup of Mac accessories includes several devices built to take advantage of the speed of Thunderbolt 2.

Belkin

The $300 Thunderbolt 2 Express Dock HD lets you connect up to eight devices—including dual displays—to your Mac, to take advantage of Thunderbolt 2 data transfer speeds of up to 20GB per second. You can add four additional devices through Daisy-chaining; it features a brushed aluminum finish to look great next to your Apple computer.

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03:54
72 hours with CarPlay: Test-driving the Pioneer AVIC...

If all you want to do is play music from your phone in the car, cheap and easy solutions abound, from a regular audio cable, to picking up a head unit with Bluetooth. Fancy in-dash “infotainment” systems promise more, combining music, navigation, and hands-free communication. But the few I’ve sampled have had clunky interfaces that made me go right back to performing those tasks with my phone—yes, I’m that jerk futzing with her phone at stoplights until you honk at me to go.

Apple’s CarPlay software is intended to bridge the chasm between your iPhone and your car stereo, letting you access Maps, Messages, Music, and more, including compatible third-party apps like Spotify, Beats Music, Rdio, and iHeartRadio. CarPlay has a lot going for it—all the data it needs is on your iPhone already, and the Siri integration can be a godsend,...

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03:00
Hands-on with CarPlay in the Pioneer AVIC-8000NEX

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00:15
Google Wallet use grows after Apple Pay launch

Image courtesy of Google

NFC-based mobile payments have had a boost in recent months, possibly thanks to the launch of Apple Pay, which was announced in September. Now, a person with knowledge of the matter tells Ars that Google Wallet, which launched back in 2011 and saw tepid success in the ensuing three years, has had considerable growth in the last couple of months. According to our source, weekly transactions have increased by 50 percent, and in the recent couple of months, new users have nearly doubled compared to the previous month.

Although it's still unclear whether Apple Pay will gain the critical mass of users necessary to become a true checkout stand alternative, Tim Cook recently said that one million...

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Tuesday November 4

23:59
Textplus moves on to Nextplus, adds improved WiFi...


Popular texting and calling app Textplus, which is a more affordable alternative to a standard carrier plan, branched off to a new app called Nextplus today. The new app still has the same texting and calling core, but is it now optimized for WiFi networks. The developers tell us that many people want to use unlocked older iPhones (without carrier plans) to text and make phone calls, so Nextplus is a solid alternative to signing up for a normal plan from a carrier.

The...

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21:55
Jawbone launches new 'UP3' fitness band...

Coming in just before the holiday shopping season, Jawbone on Wednesday announced two new fitness trackers with the basic $50 UP Move and advanced $180 UP3 band.

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21:54
Apple now accounting for 86 percent of smartphone...

An analysis done by Michael Walkley of Canaccord Genuity has revealed that for the calendar third-quarter of the year, Apple took home 86 percent of all profits in the smartphone industry. He further found that the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were, by far, the top-selling smartphones at all four major US carriers, and that buyers are tending to purchase the higher-capacity models, which should boost the average selling price (ASP) and Apple's profitability....



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21:38
Jawbone announces updated Up3 wristband, new Up Move...


Image via GigaOm

Jawbone announced two new additions to its family of wearable products tonight. The first new device is the Jawbone Up3, which sports a seven-day battery and a capacitive touch sensor on top, as well as a new set of sensors for tracking health data. The new sensors allow the Up3 to detect data such as skin temperature, respiration, or hydration, although it currently has no way to track a user’s heart rate. That feature is said to be coming in a future update.

The Up3 will cost $180 when it launches, though Jawbone has given no indication of when exactly that will be.

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21:10
Spotify royalties surpass Apple's iTunes in...

In what could be a bellwether for the global recording industry, royalty payments from streaming service Spotify have reportedly overtaken earnings from Apple's iTunes music store in Europe, a drastic shift from only last year.

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20:07
More documents to be unsealed in Apple-GT Advanced...

The judge in the bankruptcy case involving GT Advanced Technologies and its chief client Apple ordered more documents unsealed and made public in the proceeding on Tuesday. Both Apple and GT Advanced came to an agreement regarding the papers that waived the confidentiality conditions of the two companies' original contracts, allowing GT Advanced to drop its objections to making the documents public. A statement made by GT Advanced officials detailing the firm's agreement with Apple is among the papers that will be made public....



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18:44
Rumor: Gold Apple Watch Edition priced up to $5,000...

A rumor on Tuesday claims Apple's upcoming Apple Watch will be priced at $500 for the mid-tier steel model and up to $5,000 for top-end gold "Edition" versions, a number much higher than previous estimates.

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18:38
Starwood's Keyless Entry Streamlines Hotel...


Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide -- which owns and manages a number of high-end hotel brands including the St. Regis, The Luxury Collection, W, Westin, Le Méridien, Sheraton, Four Points by Sheraton, Aloft and Element -- on Tuesday announced the rollout of SPG Keyless, a tech offering that allows guests to use their smartphone as a room key.
Hilton introduced similar technology earlier this year. Starwood's tech offering is available immediately, via the SPG app, at 10 Aloft, Element and W Hotels around the world.

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18:27
EFF files DMCA exemption requests, including '...

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed six Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) exemption requests with the US Copyright on November 3 as a part of the three-year process to address revisions to the act. All six requests were filed to attempt to give users basic access to software and devices, with one request looking to give consumers a way to play games abandoned by developers and publishers....



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18:05
Best of the Year Awards 2014

Welcome to iLounge's Best of the Year Awards for 2014! Every year, our editors go back and consider every accessory, app, and game we've covered during the past year — from last November 1 to this October 31 — to provide an extra large spotlight for the cream of the crop. Previously, we announced these awards in our annual Buyers Guides, but we're now listing them right here on the site, so no download's necessary. In these pages, you'll find…

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18:01
Report claims steel Apple Watch to start at $500,...

French website iGen.fr, which has provided reliable information in the past, reported on Tuesday that the steel Apple Watch will start at $500 alongside a gold model that will retail for between $4,000 and $5,000. Apple previously claimed at its September event that the Apple Watch would start at $349, but did not disclose further pricing information.

The report claims that the stainless steel Apple Watch in polished steel or black will cost $500, while the gold Apple Watch Edition will be the more expensive version at between $4,000 and $5,000. That price...

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17:00
Daily Deals for November 4, 2014

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

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

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16:08
Apple, GT Advanced agree to unseal secret documents...

In a ruling on Tuesday, a federal court judge handling bankruptcy proceedings for sapphire maker GT Advanced Technologies ordered to unseal sensitive documents detailing the company's doomed partnership with Apple.

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15:55
Hex Launches Leather Cases and Wallets for iPhone 6/...

Hex launched a line of leather cases and wallets for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on Tuesday, and I'm a sucker for a quality leather iPhone case. They look good-though we haven't yet reviewed them-and I particularly like the Focus case shown in the image. In addition to the Focus in several colors, there is the Icon Wallet (also in multiple colors). It holds your iPhone in a case that folds over like a wallet, with slots for money and credit cards and the like. The leather cases are $49.95, while the leather wallets are $59.95.


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15:48
Lawyers investigating CVS, Rite Aid over blocking of...

A legal firm out of San Francisco is soliciting consumer stories and testimony as part of its investigation into the sudden decision by drugstore chains Rite Aid and CVS to deliberately disable Apple Pay (and other NFC-based payment systems) less than a week after the technologies' rollout -- even though the chains have previously accepted those and other e-wallets. The firm says it is considering a potential class-action to restore Apple Pay and other competitors to the stores....



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15:43
Epson unveils WorkForce WF-100, SureColor P600...

Epson announced two new printers recently, each focusing on a different type of task. The WorkForce WF-100 is Epson's entry for traveling professionals, offering one of the "smallest and lightest" mobile color inkjet printers currently on the market. The SureColor P600 gives photographers a desktop solution for printing photos up to 13 inches wide, while also allowing paper roll printing over 10 feet in length....



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15:35
Google News & Weather for iOS updated with...

Google has released an updated version of its News & Weather app on the App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch with a news widget for Today view in Notification Center. Google News & Weather for iOS was released last month, providing users with a combination of local news, weather and a personalized view of headline stories.

The widget in Notification Center provides a quick look at the latest stories sourced from over 65,000 publications, including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Globe and Mail and MetroNews. Tapping on an individual news story opens up the Google News & Weather app where you can read the article in full length.

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15:25
Yosemite: How to Improve Spotlight Speed and Results

Spotlight is kinda handy in its regular state. Kelly shows off a couple of nifty ways to make Spotlight work even harder, and faster for you.


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15:12
External Link: An Unofficial Goodbye to Mac OS X...

Although it’s not officially dead, founder Rob Griffiths is saying goodbye to Mac OS X Hints, which hasn’t been updated in over 45 days. He began the site over 14 years ago, then sold it to Macworld in 2006, where he stayed to maintain the site until 2010. However, Griffiths doesn’t blame mismanagement for the site’s decline, but rather the maturation of OS X.

 

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15:08
Microsoft Shows It Can Think Differently, Adds...

Microsoft demonstrated that under CEO Satya Nadella, the company can think differently than it has in the past. Not only has Big Redmond released Office for iOS, on Tuesday the company announced with Dropbox that it was adding support for Dropbox to those iOS apps, but that it was doing so because that's what customers wanted.


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15:03
9to5Toys Last Call: iPhone 6 (VZW) 20% off, free...

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Target offers 20% off all Verizon phones: iPhone 6 starts at $160

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15:00
Google has been killing Apple on the advertising...

I'll be blunt: Apple's new iPhone commercials featuring Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake absolutely suck. If they're not some of the worst commercials Apple has ever put out, they're certainly in the running.

For years, Apple commercials have been...

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14:58
GT Advanced reaches amended settlement agreement...

GT Advanced announced this afternoon that it has reached an amended settlement agreement with Apple related to the sapphire crystal glass manufacturer’s recent bankruptcy filing, in which both parties have agreed to waive the condition that GT Advanced’s declaration on October 8th remain under seal and expunged. Meanwhile, GT Advanced has filed a Form 8-K with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission that provides further details about the recent fallout between Apple and GT Advanced.

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14:45
HP's Omen Laptop - a Portent of Gaming's...


HP on Tuesday announced the HP Omen notebook PC, a laptop designed with hardcore gamers in mind. Available for order in the U.S. starting at $1,500, the Omen combines performance, portability and style, the company said. The Omen features an industrial design that was engineered to manage heat. It has dual fans that pull cool air through the bottom of the system, and rubber feet that elevate it to help channel in cool air. These design features are necessary, as the Omen packs some serious hardware inside its CNC-milled aluminum case.

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14:31
Unicode consortium looks to bring ethnic diversity...

In a draft proposal published on Monday, the Unicode Consortium revealed a range of emoji skin tone modifiers it plans to roll out as an update to the current standard, finally bringing a dose of ethnic diversity to the ubiquitous pictographs.

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14:20
Internet Arcade: Play Old-school Video Games in your...

Remember the classic video games we played in arcades? Games like Defender, Frogger, Tron, Q*bert, and Robotron? They're all available online and you can play them in your Web browser thanks to the Interent Archive. Games from the 1970s, 1980s and 1990s are available through the archive, and it's like a little bit of magic to play them all again without dropping quarter after quarter into the machine. I didn't have much luck with Safari, but Google Chrome worked just fine. I'm off to play one of my favorites, Xevious, and if you don't remember these awesome games, then get off my lawn.


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14:07
Everything we know about the upcoming Steve Jobs...

Oh, geez. Everything we thought we knew about the next Steve Jobs biopic is turning out to be wrong, more wrong than an iPod with an HP logo on the back. Recently, we passed on reports that Christian Bale had been cast as Steve Jobs himself, and Seth Rogen had been tapped to play Steve Wozniak, in the upcoming Sony film directed by Danny Boyle and written by Aaron Sorkin, based on Walter Issacson’s authorized biography.

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14:00
CurrentC will soon have to compete directly with...

CurrentC -- the Apple Pay competitor which made headlines recently due to CVS and Rite Aid's exclusivity agreements -- will soon have to compete directly with Apple's mobile payment option, according to a recent Re/code interview with Dekkers...

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13:59
MacX DVD Video Converter Pro Pack for $17.99

We have a deal on a couple of Mac utilities for you today, MacX Video Converter Pro and MacX DVD Ripper Pro. The first will convert multiple video formats into versions you can watch natively on all your Apple devices. It also downloads and converts YouTube videos, which is handy. MacX DVD Ripper Pro does its name suggests, it will rip your DVDs into formats you can play on your Apple and Android devices. Together, they retail for $110, but through our deal, you can get them for $17.99.


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13:40
Hands On: Griffin Survivor Slim for iPad Air 2

For some people, the best protection options for an iPad are probably the simplest. An AppleCare+ plan, for instance, may be $99 up front -- and cost an extra $49 per accident -- but will let you forego a case entirely, or at least pick a case for style over substance. And on the most basic level, you can just be cautious and keep your iPad out of anything like a dangerous situation....



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13:30
Saloote is a flawed attempt at online music...

Saloote is a free app for iPhone that enables musicians to get creative with each other through the power of the Internet. Film yourself jamming out to your favorite tune, then create mashups with strangers around the world to collaborate and form an...

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13:00
Adobe updates Voice for iPad with new features and...

Adobe Voice hit the market in May and has been used by companies, small teams and individuals wanting to create audio and video presentations that look good with minimal effort.

The app is free but requires an Adobe ID. Today the iPad app added the...

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13:00
OS X Yosemite: Bringing Back Finder Window Search...

Prior to OS X Yosemite, performing a search from a Finder window gave you to option to quickly add additional search criteria to narrow down the list of files you'd see, but now that's gone - or at least hidden away. Bringing back the missing search criteria only takes a couple mouse clicks, so read on to learn how.


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12:50
Briefly: Cooler Master Silencio cases, Logitech G302...

Cooler Master announced today that it is bringing two of its PC cases that focus on minimal design and noise reduction to North America. The Silencio 352 and 652S are on their way to vendors now says the company, meaning the ATX and Mini-ATX tower cases will be made available to consumers soon. Both of the cases make use of sound-dampening panels in various places in the case, including the side panels and front door....



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12:45
Michael Fassbender next high-profile actor eyed for...

Following Christian Bale's exit from the hotly anticipated film about Apple's late co-founder, Michael Fassbender is now said to be in talks to take on the role of Steve Jobs.

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12:38
With Christian Bale bailing, Sony in talks with...

With Dark Knight star Christian Bale no longer in the running for the Steve Jobs role in the upcoming Sony-made biopic, producers are now in talks with Michael Fassbender for the top job. Fassbender, who looks sort of like Jobs depending on his shave, is known for his roles in X-Men and Inglorious Bastards. While Sony is still trying to lock down the main part, it appears that Seth Rogen is still set to take on the role of Steve Wozniak, while Danny Boyle is still in for director and Aaron Sorkin is in as screenwriter. It’s interesting that actors as well-...

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12:38
NTSB Gives Last Press Briefing on SpaceShipTwo Crash...


Christopher Hart, acting chairman of the NTSB, which is investigating last week's crash of Virgin Galactic SpaceShipTwo, on Monday delivered his final press briefing on the initial stage of the investigation. In an earlier report, Hart had said copilot Michael Alsbury, who died in the crash, prematurely moved a lever that unlocked the "feathering" mechanism, which would release two fins to slow down the spacecraft. Hart clarified on Monday that it was not known whether Alsbury or copilot Peter Siebold had moved the feathering lever.

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12:30
Connect a MacBook to an iMac’s Display with Target...

It's not well known, but, for example, a MacBook Pro/Air can connect to and drive a 27-inch iMac display either as an additional display or mirror mode using what's called Target Display Mode (TDM). However, specific hardware and cables are required. John Martellaro explains the possibilities.


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12:26
Forums: data restoration, Mavericks notifications...

Today forum goers attempt to assist "l008com" with restoring data from a SSD/TRIM enabled Mac and wonders if Data Rescue will find nothing in the free space. Yesterday Mac Elite "Matt OS X" turned to the forums looking for a way to completely disable notifications using a command line in Mavericks, and has yet to get a response....



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12:24
Apple deals: refurbished 27-inch iMacs as low as $1,...

Refurbished 27-inch iMac's are available from Apple's online store with savings of up to $450. The refurbished 27-inch iMac with a 2.9GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 1TB hard drive is now $1,399 after a $400 price cut. Priced at $1,489, after a $310 drop, is the 27-inch iMac with a 3.2GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 1TB hard drive....



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12:22
DealNN: 5K iMac with 3.5GHz i5 processor cut to $2,...

This week at Adorama.com get the Retina 27-inch iMac on sale for $2,450. That's a savings of $50 off the list price of $2,500, and about $45 less than the lowest price offered anywhere else. This iMac features a Retina 5K display, 3.5GHz Intel quad-core i5 processor, 8GB of RAM and 256GB of flash storage with an AMD Radeon M290X graphics card. Included is a one year limited warranty on parts and labor from Apple....



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12:15
External Link: Dropbox Is Coming to Office

If you use Microsoft Office, but have been frustrated by its lack of support for Dropbox, your frustration is almost at an end. Soon, you will be able to open Dropbox files from Office, and edit Office files from the Dropbox app. Dropbox also plans to integrate its Web site with Office Online next year.

 

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12:11
Swype iOS 8 keyboard now available in 20+ languages...


Nuance announced an update for its Swype keyboard for iOS 8 today that introduces support for a long list of new languages in addition to new layouts and features for both iPhone and iPad.

New languages include: Czech, Danish, Dutch, UK English, Finnish, Greek, Hinglish, Hungarian, Irish, Norwegian, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Swedish, and Turkish. The app now supports over 20 languages including the previously supported languages– English, French, Italian, German and Spanish.

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12:00
With Disney Movies Anywhere app, you can buy on...

As it turns out, Apple and Google can actually work together in the interest of enhancing the customer experience. Who knew?

As relayed by the Wall Street Journal today, Apple and Google recently inked a deal whereby users who purchase a Disney...

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11:28
CurrentC exclusivity at MCX merchants to expire in...

An exclusivity agreement that has caused some merchants involved in the MCX consortium --?notably drug store chain CVS --?to abruptly pull support for NFC-based payment systems, including Apple Pay and Google Wallet, is set to expire in "months," according to a new report.

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