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21:45
WSJ: Apple dropped plans for a TV set “more than a...

There have been predictions about an Apple television set so often and for so long that it has become a sort of running gag among Apple watchers, but a new report from The Wall Street Journal has poured yet more cold water on those forecasts. The typical "people familiar with the matter" tell the WSJ that Apple had "a small team" working on a TV set for a few years, but that the team had been disbanded and its members reassigned to other projects "more than a year ago."

The main problem, according to the report, was a lack of innovative features that would distinguish an Apple TV set from its competitors....

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21:06
Apple, other tech companies ask Obama to reject...

In a letter to be delivered to President Barack Obama on Tuesday, Apple is among a group of signatories requesting the White House reject incoming government proposals that would modify current policies to allow law enforcement access to encrypted user data.

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20:51
US Navy's cheap and tiny Cicada drones can...

The Navy's Cicada drone has reemerged looking smaller than ever. Navy scientists have been developing the tiny smart glider since 2006 and even performed a flight test back in 2011. This newest iteration, which has been presented at the Department of...

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19:39
Scientists close to brewing morphine (or heroin)...

Sugar is basically ubiquitous and it looks like it could be used to make morphine, which is a refined form of heroin. Recent research shows that a genetically modified strain of yeast, when exposed to sugar, could be used to ferment the opioid. Yes, ...

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18:58
WSJ: Apple shelved its HDTV plans last year

Ever wondered what happened to that Apple HDTV we've been hearing rumors about for years ? According to The Wall Street Journal, those rumors weren't baseless speculation, as the company did work on a television set for nearly a decade. Unfortunately...

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18:44
Behind Apple’s move to shelve TV plans

The Wall Street Journal:

Investor Carl Icahn said he expects Apple Inc. to introduce an ultra-high-definition television in 2016. But after nearly a decade of research, Apple quietly shelved plans to make such a set more than a year ago, according to people familiar with the matter.

Apple had searched for breakthrough features to justify building an Apple-branded television set, those people said. In addition to an ultra-high-definition display, Apple considered adding sensor-equipped cameras so viewers could make video calls through the set, they said.

Ultimately, though, Apple executives didn’t consider any of those features compelling enough to enter the highly competitive television market, led by Samsung Electronics Co.

It’s been an open secret for years that Apple has tested many variations of television sets but just couldn’t find a way to include features compelling enough to bring it to market. Regardless of what Icahn wants or believes, Apple...

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18:31
Ricoh invents super-efficient power-producing rubber

No, this is not an image of a delicious Fruit Roll-Up, it's actually a unique new flexible material from Ricoh that can create electricity from pressure and vibration. Dubbed "Energy-Generating Rubber," this piezoelectric mat combines the best featur...

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17:57
Makulu Gives Unity a Good Name


Makulu Linux now is one of the first major distros to integrate the Unity desktop. It was more than worth the wait! The Unity desktop is Ubuntu's flagship desktop environment. Parent company Canonical pushed through its development several years ago as a way of introducing users to its "unifying" computing platform for all devices. It removed the traditional panel bar and two-column application menu. It replaced both with an expanding sidebar that lost most of the configurability and functionality of the Linux panel.

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17:41
Carl Icahn Steps Up Pressure on Apple and Tim Cook...

Activist investor Carl Icahn stepped up his pressure on Apple and company CEO Tim Cook to increase share buybacks. In an open letter designed as much to influence investors as Apple's management, Mr. Icahn made the argument that Apple's stock is worth US$240 share today based on his believe that Apple will dominate the television market in 2016 and the automobile industry by 2020. Bryan Chaffin walks you through the pretinents.


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17:19
Apple reportedly iced plans to build television set...

Countering recently voiced expectations from activist investor Carl Icahn, a report on Monday claims Apple had plans to release an ultra-high-definition television set by 2016, but abandoned the idea more than one year ago.

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17:04
WSJ: Apple dropped its plans for UHDTV with video...

Earlier today, investor Carl Icahn published an open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook in which he predicted that Apple would enter the television market with 55-inch and 65-inch UHD TVs. This evening, however, The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple currently has no plans to enter the highly competitive TV market.

The report claims that Apple has began researching the possibility of entering the television market nearly 10 years ago, but has never been able to find a “breakthrough” feature that would set its offerings apart. Apple reportedly considered adding cameras to its TVs for FaceTime functionality. The company also looked into a...

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16:50
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16:37
Longtime iTunes partner Starbucks goes big with...

Ahead of the highly anticipated launch of Apple’s streaming music service next month, Spotify today has revealed a new agreement with longtime Apple partner Starbucks. Spotify will team up with the coffee giant to offer enhanced music playback controls for both users and employees in 7,000 U.S.-based Starbucks locations.

As part of the partnership, all 150,000 Starbucks retail employees will receive a free Spotify Premium account. The employees, along with the 60 million members of the Starbucks rewards program, will then be able to control the music in the store. Starbucks...

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15:53
With Starbucks deal Spotify looks to build out...

Spotify on Monday announced a joint initiative with Starbucks that will see the world's largest coffeehouse chain stream its music in stores, promote premium Spotify subscription tiers and grant current users access to Starbucks' rewards program.

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15:52
NASA's $2.25M Challenge: 3D-Print a Space Base


NASA and America Makes have challenged innovators in the additive construction market to design a habitat for deep space exploration for the first stage of the competition and to fabricate such facilities in the second phase. The organizations will award a $50,000 prize and a pair of $1.1 million purses for the winners of the multistage challenge. Entrants have been challenged to design a 3D-printable habitat for the first phase of the competition, and the team that wins that level will be awarded $50,000.

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15:24
Appeals Court Agrees that Samsung Copied Apple

The United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit ruled Monday that Samsung did indeed copy Apple. In a 34-page ruling, the court upheld most Apple's landmark victory over Samsung in 2012, but threw out damages relating to trade dress. In other words, Apple's innovations in the area of user interface remain protected in this ruling, but the overall look of Apple's hardware was not.


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15:06
Will Apple TV Be Busting Out All Over?


I want to believe that Apple will launch a new Apple TV hardware device in June at WWDC -- but holy macaroni, it's been more than three years since Apple introduced the third-generation Apple TV. Of course, Apple made a barely noticeable hardware tweak more than two years ago, but I'm begging for an Apple TV that's far more than just a utilitarian tool -- and on the surface, many signs seem to point toward such a revelation at WWDC. Before I get to the core rumors and signs, I should admit that a small part of me remains skeptical.

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15:00
AWT News Update: May 18, 2015

Monday blues got ya down? We've got all sorts of good Apple news to cheer you up and bring a smile back to your face:

  • Carl Icahn issues a missive on Apple and the stock rises
  • Sprint will deliver a new smartphone to your home and set it up for you with a new service
  • There's a SoundCloud Apple Watch companion app. Contain your excitement...
  • TwelveSouth is shipping its charging stand, the $49.99 HiRise for Apple Watch
  • Audible adds CarPlay support to its app, and Mercedes-Benz will have a Watch companion app available by this fall

The full text script for this episode is located below for your reading pleasure.

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It’s Monday, but that doesn’t mean that everything is bad. I’m Steve Sande from Apple World...

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14:40
Apple Watch In-Depth Review

The dust is starting to settle and we've been able to spend some serious time putting Apple Watch through its paces following its release, so we're ready to let you know what we think of Apple's entrance into the smartwatch world. Is it worth the cost, and will you really get any benefits out of slapping one on your wrist? Read on to find out.


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14:00
Hands on with the Duet iPhone and Apple Watch Dock

Duet dock image via antsy labs

Now that the Apple Watch has been out for nearly a month, accessories are starting to arrive in droves. Among the most highly anticpated are the charging docks that make it possible to make your Watch charging setup look more classy than just having that cable and “puck” running to the back of your smartwatch. Antsy Labs of Denver, Colorado has a great-looking and functional dock named Duet ($99, available now for a $79 pledge) that is getting Kickstarter funding right now, and with three weeks to go the campaign has already exceeed its goal. Matt and Mark from Antsy sent Apple World Today a prototype to try out, and here’s our review.

Design

The basic idea behind the Duet is that it can charge both your Apple Watch and iPhone simultaneously. Expertly machined from aluminum, the dock will come in three...

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13:34
Audible enables CarPlay support, Mercedes-Benz...

Amazon-owned Audible on Monday added CarPlay support to its audiobook app for iOS, while Mercedes-Benz revealed an upcoming Apple Watch app that will handle functions like navigation and vehicle status updates.

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13:04
Court of Appeals Says Samsung's Legal Payments...

Mark Wilson writes: Patent lawsuits in the world of technology are nothing new, and the case between Apple and Samsung resulted in one of the largest fines ever being handed down. Samsung was order to pay $930 million in damages after a court found that the company had violated Apple patents with its smartphone and tablet designs. Today the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit overturned part of the original ruling, saying that the jury was wrong to say that Samsung infringed on Apple's trade dress intellectual property. The exact details of what this will mean are yet to come out, but it should lead to a fairly hefty reduction in Samsung's legal costs.


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12:33
Lifetime Subscription 1TB Dripbit Online Backup: $54...

Check out our deal on a lifetime 1TB subscription to Dripbit Online Backup. It's a $480 value priced at $54.99 through our deal. With Dripbit, you can access your files through a browser, and the service uses military-grade AWS 256 encryption. You can stream music and movies straight from the service, too. Check out the deal listing for additional details.


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12:25
What Are All Those Icons at the Top of the Apple...

The Apple Watch can display seven different status icons at the top of the display, including the mysterious "red dot." Not all of them are easy to interpret, so here's an annotated list.


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12:04
President Obama borrows iPhone for first tweet,...

Last week potential Republican Presidential Candidate Jeb Bush made headlines when he was spotted wearing an Apple Watch on the still-exploring-but-definitely-running campaign trail, using the press opportunity as a chance to dish out the zinger that its health apps were better than Obamacare.

The White House has given its own endorsement of Apple today, however, as President Obama launched his own personal Twitter account (not to be confused with the OFA-ran @BarackObama account) with a tweet that originated from an iPhone....

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11:29
President Obama uses iPhone to make first post on...

U.S. President Barack Obama made his first post from a personal Twitter account on Monday, doing so from an Executive Office iPhone despite previous worries about the device's security.

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11:29
News: Appeals court cuts award in Apple’s $930M win...

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has vacated a portion of the damages initially awarded to Apple in a 2012 jury verdict against Samsung. While the appeals court affirmed the prior verdicts on design and utility patent infringements, it reversed the findings “that the asserted trade dresses are protectable.” In 2012, the jury originally found that certain elements of the iPhone’s design were famous, and found to be…

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11:20
TidBITS Watchlist: Notable Software Updates for 18...

Notable software releases this week include Postbox 4.0.1, Voila 3.8.4, Final Cut Pro X 10.2.1 and Motion 5.2.1, and FileMaker Pro/FileMaker Pro Advanced 14.

 

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11:19
ExtraBITS for 18 May 2015

In ExtraBITS podcasts this week, publisher Adam Engst joined MacBreak Weekly to discuss Apple Watch fitness, and Adam and Tonya appeared together on MacVoices to look forward from the 25th anniversary of TidBITS. Also, veteran tech writer Ted Landau announces his retirement, the Nielsen/Norman Group analyzes the Apple Watch’s usability, Jason Snell argues for the return of “Mac OS,” and Verizon is buying AOL.

 

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11:06
How Coherent Navigation can help Apple with location...

Apple's recent acquisition of Coherent Navigation, a California firm that worked on high-precision satellite navigation projects for the likes of the U.S. Navy, might at first seem a bit outside of the iPhone maker's wheelhouse.?But a closer look reveals what could, in fact, be an excellent match.

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10:41
The Future According to Qualcomm


I was at the Qualcomm Internet of Things event in San Francisco last week during what was a major IoT event in the city. What is kind of amazing is the larger event was just a small part of the applications show that used to go on at the same time. This year it is twice the size of that older show. Companies are flocking to this IoT concept like ducks to water. This means in a few short years we are going to be up to our ears in connected things. Qualcomm plans to be at the center of this with modems, hubs, and two broad initiatives.

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10:39
External Link: Adam Engst Discusses Apple Watch...

Joining host Leo Laporte and guests Andy Ihnatko and Susie Ochs, Adam shares his impressions of the Apple Watch from the perspective of a runner. Other topics covered on the wide-ranging show include the 12-inch MacBook, Apple Pay, and looking forward to the Beats revamp at WWDC. Big fun, as always.

 

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10:25
External Link: After 25 Years, Adam & Tonya Look...

There’s no escaping the Apple Watch these days, and this installment of MacVoices features plenty of discussion of how the Apple Watch works for fitness purposes. But to mark 25 years of publishing TidBITS, Adam and Tonya also talked with host Chuck Joiner about some of the technologies that they’re the most interested in watching going forward, including self-driving cars.

 

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10:12
Report: Apple has big plans in store for Apple Watch...

Less than a month after Apple Watch began shipping, Apple is already prepping future versions of Watch OS. According to a Monday report from 9to5Mac, Apple has a ton of ideas for its most personal device, but some of them might require updated hardware.

We’ll have to wait for the annual Worldwide Developers Conference in just a few weeks to see exactly what Apple has in store for the first big watch update, but here are the rumored features we’re most excited to see.

Find My Watch will let you remotely wipe your lost device.

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10:08
Google Search designer Jon Wiley moves to lead role...

The lead designer on Google Search has taken up a new position as the lead designer on Cardboard, the company's low-cost, smartphone-based virtual reality headset project.

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10:08
TMO Daily Observations 2015-05-18: Apple’s...

Apple just bought the GPS service company Coherent Navigation. Bryan Chaffin and Kelly Guimont join Jeff Gamet to talk about how Apple could use Coherent to improve services it offers like Maps, navigation, Find My iPhone, and more. They also look at a case out of England that shows exactly why crime doesn't pay, and they offer up a send off for popular Mac community writer Ted Landau.


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09:34
Lowest Prices Ever: Save $100s on all Mac Pros, each...

Apple Authorized Reseller Adorama and AppleInsider this week have teamed up to give away free AppleCare, a free Apple Wireless Keyboards & Mouse, and discounts of between $100 and $700 on over 100 different Mac Pro configurations. Tack on an Apple Thunderbolt Display for an all-time low of $750 or grab a 27" Dell Ultra HD 4k Monitor for $525.

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09:15
9to5Toys Lunch Break: $100 iTunes Gift Card for $80...

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

Today’s can’t miss deals:

$100 iTunes gift card for $80 w/ email delivery from PayPal (20% savings)

iPad Air 2 Wi-Fi 64GB for the same price as 16GB model:...

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09:11
Appeals court slashes down Apple’s $930M win against...

The US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit wiped out (PDF) a sizable chunk of Apple's biggest legal win today, overturning parts of a 2012 jury verdict against Samsung that entitled the iPhone maker to $930 million in damages.

Apple won that trial on both patent claims and claims related to "trade dress," an amorphous part of trademark law. The Federal Circuit, which considers all patent appeals, said the trade dress claims weren't legally justified and threw them out. The Federal Circuit is leaving it to the lower court to issue a final judgment, but since those claims accounted for $382 million of Apple's big win, that's how much Apple is expected to lose. It's more than 40 percent of the verdict winnings, leaving $548...

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09:08
AWT Health Club: Motivation

When you take a glance at the bottom of this post to see how I did last week, you’ll see that the results are exactly the opposite of what I wanted. In other words, my weight was up a bit and my steps per day were down. Today I’m going to talk about motivation to exercise and eat correctly, something that I apparently lack.

Motivation

The entire idea behind becoming more fit is to essentially do two things — eat less and exercise more. There are points in your life where everything is going to conspire against your achievement of those simple goals, and for me, this last week was one of them. So what are my excuses? The weather has been soggy here in Colorado with lots of rain muddying my favorite hiking path. As many of my Apple World Today friends know, I’m in an elder care situation with my parents right now that takes a surprising amount of time and energy. And finally, the stress from that situation makes me want to eat comfort food and drink...

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08:49
External Link: Ted Landau Retires from Apple Writing

Our friend and colleague Ted Landau has announced that he no longer plans to write professionally, noting that the end of Macworld’s print version, and the closure of TUAW and his own MacFixIt (run by CNET), marks a torch-passing moment to younger journalists. Ted’s writing career dates back to the introduction of the Mac in the mid-1980s, and he’s been a fixture ever since, penning both articles for numerous Mac outlets and a variety of books (including the classic “Sad Macs, Bombs & Other Disasters” and one of the first titles about the iPhone, our “Take Control of Your iPhone”). We’d say that we’ll miss him, but we’re sure that Ted will still be popping up on Twitter when he’s not enjoying his time offline with his wife Naomi.

 

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08:45
Icahn pumps AAPL stock w/ predictions of Apple HDTVs...


High-profile investor and AAPL shareholder Carl Icahn has published yet another open letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook, this time giving his thoughts on new product categories that he expects Apple to enter alongside his usual advice for the company on share repurchases, valuation, and more.

As for his product predictions, Icahn highlights two new big categories, both of which have been reported in detail and rumored for the last year, including TV and electric vehicles. Icahn thinks Apple will release full-fledged UHD TV...

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08:36
News: Apple developing ‘Find my Watch’ for Apple...

Apple is currently working on a “Find my Watch” feature for Apple Watch, according to a 9to5Mac report. The feature would allow users to track the location of a Watch, or lock or swipe it remotely. It’s been noted recently that as it currently stands, Apple Watch lacks any meaningful anti-theft features. Reportedly, Apple will use “smart leashing” to implement Find my Watch — the Watch will send a signal to “establish…

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08:35
Carl Icahn sets new Apple target of $240 per share,...

In his latest open letter to Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook, billionaire activist investor Carl Icahn has said he believes shares of the company should currently be trading at more than $100 higher than their current valuation.

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08:30
Rumor: Apple to announce updated 15-inch Retina...

On the downside, Apple officially discontinued its Built-To-Order 15-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro notebook.

Still, it’s to make room for something better.

The rumor mill has it that Apple will be announcing an updated 15-inch Retina Display MacBook Pro as well as an updated 27-inch iMac.

MacG.Go has cited an unnamed source who has provided accurate information on a number of occasions in the past, but provides no further details regarding the exact specs and upgrades that could go into the two new computers. Given that the 13-inch MacBook Pro was updated back in March with the expected processing and graphics boosts, as well as a...

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08:30
Appeals court: Samsung violated Apple's design...

A mixed courtroom outcome on Monday ruled that Sumsung's $930 million penalty in the ongoing patent infringement suit needs to be adjusted. While the The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit agreed with the jury's assessment that Samsung violated Apple's design and utility patents, it also ruled that the company did not infringe on Apple's trade dress

This means that the $930 million penalty will likely be reduced, once the trade dress is removed. The original penalty levied against Samsung was $1.05 billion, but Judge Lucy Koh removed $450 million from that award and set a retrial to reassess damages. The result of that retrial was the $930 million penalty, which will now be reduced even further. 

Samsung's request for a retrial was denied. 

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08:18
External Link: Nielsen/Norman Group Evaluates Apple...

The user-experience experts at the Nielsen/Norman Group have turned their eyes to the Apple Watch. Raluca Budiu criticizes the Apple Watch’s reliance on tiny touch targets, and notes that a left-right scrolling “deck of cards” interface works better than a list view that requires users to “pogo-stick” in and out of a detail view. Budiu also comments that Handoff would work better if your iPhone was automatically unlocked when the watch was in close proximity, as is true of the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Recommendations for developers include focusing on the essential, avoiding buttons and complex navigation, and creating bits of text that stand on their own, along with realizing that the watch is not merely a smaller phone.

 

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08:15
First teaser trailer of Steve Jobs biopic hits,...

It’s the teasers that hook you in.

You know, as they’re designed to do.

Universal Studios releases the first teaser trailer for its upcoming Steve Jobs biopic over the weekend.

The trailer, posted to YouTube by Collider, shows a few seconds of Michael Fassbender portrayal of Steve Jobs, as well as shots of costars Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, Kate Winslet as former Macintosh marketing chief Joanna Hoffman and Jeff Daniels, who plays former Apple CEO John Sculley.

Not much can be gleaned about the film from its short trailer, but the clip serves to set a general tone of drama and tension between the main...

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08:08
Rumor Claims MacBook Pro, iMac Update Coming this...

Apple is reportedly planning on updating the 15-inch MacBook Pro and 27-inch iMac on Wednesday. The new computers are said to include Intel's new Broadwell processors, and the MacBook Pro will ship with the Force Touch trackpad recently introduced on the new MacBook and 13-inch Retina MacBook Pro.

The Mac Observer Spin: Regardless of when new MacBook Pro models ship, it seems likely they'll include Intel's Broadwell processors and the Force Touch trackpad. It's just a matter of timing.


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08:00
Apple tops tech rivals in sales, profits &...

For the first time, Apple is now the world's biggest technology corporation not just in terms of market capitalization, but also in sales, profits and assets, according to new rankings published on Monday.

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08:00
New drone footage shows Apple Campus 2 construction...

You may love drones or hate ‘em, but they offer some pretty cool perspectives.

The guys at MyithZ shot the following drone footage of Apple’s Campus 2 project, which is currently under construction. The flyover offers the best look yet of the construction and surpasses the quality of Apple’s own aerial shot.

The footage also offers a look at Apple’s new auditorium that is planned to hold around 1,000 people and likely become the site of future Apple product unveilings and press events.

Most of the auditorium is underground, as noted in Apple’s blueprints above, so when complete you’ll actually only see the Apple Store-like...

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08:00
Cook discusses early days at Apple in commencement...

Tim Cook recently addressed graduates at George Washington University, and spoke about this early days at Apple.  "I met someone who made me question everything [when I started at Apple], who upended all of my assumptions in the very best way." Of course, that someone was Steve Jobs. 

Cook also took the opportunity to joke with the crowd. "Those of you with an iPhone, just place it in silent mode," he said, "and those of you who don't have an iPhone, please pass it to the center aisle. Apple has a world-class recycling program."

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07:59
Apple readies first significant Apple Watch updates...

Nearly a month after the release of the first-generation Apple Watch with Watch OS 1.0, a proven source has disclosed a collection of upcoming Apple Watch software and hardware updates. Currently in development, the features seek to enhance Apple Watch security, connectivity with other Apple devices, health and fitness features, Wi-Fi capabilities, and integration with third-party applications. Additionally, Apple is also priming major updates for the Apple TV in both the hardware and software departments, including Apple Watch integration. Below, we detail what users can expect...

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07:55
CarPlay support added to popular Audible audiobooks...

The popular Amazon-owned Audible audiobooks service is the latest app to gain support for Apple’s CarPlay feature. The new version of Audible’s iPhone app released today now will automatically appear on CarPlay head units once installed on your iPhone so you can find and control audiobook playback from your library using the interface optimized for driving. The update includes a long list of other changes as well including:

• Lock Screen/Control Center – Previously, the Lock Screen/Control Center buttons were always chapter forward/back, even if your...

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07:39
Watch Michael Fassbender as Steve Jobs in first...

People parked in front of the TV during Sunday night’s series finale of Mad Men caught the first glimpse of screenwriter Aaron Sorkin’s long-awaited Steve Jobs biopic called, appropriately, Steve Jobs. The film hits theaters Oct. 9.

The trailer is more of a tease than anything at a minute long, and doesn’t give away any plot points (though Sorkin’s script leaked earlier this year, if you’re dying to know what it’s about). But we do see Michael Fassbender as Jobs, complete with black turtleneck and glasses, on stage at an Apple event, and hear him defending his role as a visionary.

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07:30
Review: Apple Watch as a watch, a gadget, and...

Apple Watch has been out for over three weeks and I’ve been using mine now for most of that time, from the moment I wake up to just before bed each night. While my colleague Ben Lovejoy previously journaled his experience in his excellent “A skeptic’s Apple Watch diary” series, I’ve been sold on the appeal of Apple Watch since the first day I paired a Pebble smartwatch with my iPhone and discovered its potential…and potential pitfalls.

Apple Watch faces new limitations different than Pebble or traditional watches, digital or analog, but it’s arguably the best smartwatch for iPhone owners with the coin to drop. It’s usefulness depends largely on your own needs — in some cases that’s the need to tinker with a new gadget — just as its drawbacks depend on your priorities. Below I walk through my Apple Watch evaluation including what I think Apple gets right and where I feel Apple Watch can grow going...

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07:29
US appeals court partly reverses Apple’s $930M...

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has partially reversed the $930M verdict Apple won against Samsung in the long-running iPhone patent case, reports Reuters.

Apple was originally awarded $1B in damages, before $450M of that was vacated and a retrial ordered to determine a revised sum. The retrial awarded Apple $290M instead for that element of the case, giving Apple a revised total award of $930M.

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07:23
Sorkin’s ‘Steve Jobs’ Biopic Trailer Already More...

The much-hyped Steve Jobs biopic written by Aaron Sorkin, directed by Danny Boyle, and starring Michael Fassbender is giving us a first glimpse into the movie with a just release teaser trailer. The minute-long teaser already looks more interesting than the "Jobs," the earlier biopic starring Ashton Kutcher as Steve Jobs and so far all we have to go on is a very short clip and some voice overs. The movie is based on the only authorized biography of Mr. Jobs by Walter Isaacson, and considering the powerhouse team behind the movie adaptation, there's a good chance it's going to fair much better in theaters than the Kutcher film did. Sorkin's "Steve Jobs" movie is due in theaters this year on October 9.


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06:54
Appeals court finds Samsung violated Apple's...

An appeals court ruled on Monday that Samsung's $930 million penalty, stemming from its patent infringement suit with Apple, must be adjusted, in a mixed courtroom outcome for the iPhone maker.

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06:53
First teaser trailer for the Steve Jobs movie

The first teaser trailer for the Aaron Sorkin-penned Steve Jobs movie went live this weekend. It's brief, but we get our first look at the actors as the major players, including Michael Fassbender as Steve himself. 

While Fassbender doesn't look exactly like Jobs, he seems to have the voice down. Just listen to the cadence, the pitch, the timbre....it's amazing. I'm also eager to see Seth Rogen as Woz, and I'm always up for a Kate Winslet performance. She's great. 

What do you all think?

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06:51
News: Apple acquires GPS firm Coherent Navigation

Apple has acquired GPS company Coherent Navigation, the Cupertino company has confirmed to The New York Times. Though the article notes that it’s “unclear exactly how Apple will use the company’s services or technology,” it seems all but certain that Coherent Navigation’s accurate, “high-precision” navigation technology will be used to boost Apple’s Maps. Coherent Navigation “has also worked on…

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06:38
Apple Acquires GPS Start-Up

An anonymous reader writes: Apple is still sprinting to catch up with Google with its navigation software — the company just acquired Coherent Navigation, a startup focused on GPS tech. Its navigation services are reportedly more precise than most commercial-grade systems. Their system "combines signals from the traditional mid-earth orbit GPS satellites with those from the low-earth satellites of voice and data provider Iridium to offer greater accuracy and precision, higher signal integrity, and greater jam resistance." They've already worked with Boeing and the U.S. Department of Defense. Apple didn't disclose the terms of the deal or explain any specific plans for the GPS technology.


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06:26
World’s largest Apple Store due to open in Dubai in...

We learned last August that Apple was planning to open its first retail store in the Middle East, with local media reporting shortly afterwards that the location was Dubai – and would be the world’s largest Apple Store. The Khaleej Times has now put a number on that, reporting that the store will be 50,000 square feet, and is expected to open this August.

Apple’s first store in the Middle East will be located at Mall of the Emirates and it will be the world’s largest retail store of the iPhone maker, sources have...

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06:25
Apple Buys GPS Company Coherent Navigation

Apple's Maps service will most likely gain some more independence now that the company has purchased Coherent Navigation. Coherent is a GPS company that offers higher accuracy location data compared to other services.

The Mac Observer Spin: Apple has been buying up navigation-related companies ever since it dropped Google Maps for its own navigation system for the iPhone. Getting its own satellite-based positioning company is yet another step in closing the gap between Apple and Google for navigation, and considering the level of accuracy Coherent Navigation offers, it looks like a pretty smart purchase.


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06:12
How Apple keeps my far-flung family together

Modern technology gets a bad rap for creating distance between people (how many tiresome memes have we all seen depicting people playing on their iPhones instead of talking to each other?)

For the Caolo family -- which began in 1970‘s Scranton, Pennsylvania and today is spread across Massachusetts, New York, Pennsylvania and Florida -- Apple's computers and software are literally, part of the family. The part that keeps us together.

"Not long ago," my mom told me during a FaceTime interview for this article, "telephones and email were the limit of contact from afar. Today, Grandma and Grandpa (my husband and I) use a MacBook Air and one iPad each."

"When we hear the message alert tone, we look forward to seeing what it is, especially photos. But our favorite app is Path."

"It’s the next best thing to being there and it feels like our own corner of social...

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06:03
Drone flies low to give first close-up look at Apple...

A new flyover of Apple’s under construction Campus 2 project in Cupertino, California gives us one of our closest look yet at the site. We also get our first detailed look at work started on Apple’s new auditorium on the campus where it plans to host events when the project is complete.

The video below comes courtesy of MyithZ who was able to get these shots from just 120ft up, much closer than previous drone flyovers and Apple’s own aerial shots.

In addition to getting a look at progress made on the site since our last update, the video gives us a look at...

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05:47
Running Windows 10 on the new 12-inch MacBook

Have a need to run Windows on your Mac? Alex King puts the latest insider preview of Windows 10 on a Boot Camp partition on his 12-inch MacBook.

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05:41
The Apple Watch joins the list of iconic Apple images

Rob Richman writes about being mugged wearing Apple’s iconic white headphones and now worrying about wearing his Apple Watch. Which leads me to think about Apple and iconic images.

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05:24
Why I’m still wearing my Apple Watch

John Biggs, Tech Crunch’s resident (and self professed) watch nerd, talks about why the Apple Watch has convinced him to move on from the world of mechanical watches he’s worn and loved his whole life.

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05:09
Postbox 4.0.1

Major new release brings a modernized look to the email client while also improving the Focus Pane. ($15 new, free update, 25.9 MB)

 

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05:00
Freemium Field Test: Puzzle & Dragons is a...

Free-to-play games often look appealing, but it’s difficult to know at a glance whether the business model is insidious and fun ruining, or reasonable and worth pumping a few bucks into. With Freemium Field Test, we’ll take a recent free-to-play iOS game, put it through its paces, and let you know if it’s really worth your time (and money).

Nintendo may be on the verge of bringing games to smartphones and tablets, but the reverse is already happening: Top mobile hits have been moving over to the Nintendo 3DS handheld for a while now. And one of the biggest international iOS sensations makes the leap this week with the bundled release of Puzzle & Dragons Z + Super Mario Bros. Edition...

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04:43
Apple Acquires GPS startup Coherent Navigation

Eric Slivka, writing for MacRumors:

In one of its latest efforts to bolster its mapping capabilities, Apple appears to have acquired Coherent Navigation, a Bay Area GPS-related firm founded in 2008 by engineers from Stanford and Cornell.

Big GPS tech gain for Apple.

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04:33
Writing Screenplays with Highland

Highland is a low-impact editor for screenwriters that uses the Fountain markup language as its native format. But will it play in Peoria?

 

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04:14
Report: New Force Touch 15-inch MacBook Pro & 27...

French site MacG, which has a very decent track-record, cites “reliable sources” as stating that a new 15-inch MacBook Pro and 27-inch non-Retina iMac are going on sale on Wednesday.

Apple updated the 13-inch MacBook Pro back in March, the most notable update being the inclusion of the Force Touch trackpad fitted to the new 12-inch MacBook. The machine also got 5th-generation Intel Core processors, the base model running at 2.7GHz, configurable to 3.1GHz, and Intel Iris Graphics 6100 GPU.

While the site had no specific details, it’s likely the 15-inch model will likewise get...

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04:13
Rumor: Apple to update 15" MacBook Pro, 27...

Rather than waiting for WWDC, Apple may update its 15-inch MacBook Pro and 27-inch iMac with Intel's latest Broadwell processors this week on Wednesday, according to a new rumor.

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03:29
Staff Picks: Our favorite ways to use the Apple Watch

At 50 minutes past the hour, you’ll see Macworld staffers’ heads pop up—our Apple Watches are buzzing our wrists again, prompting us to stand, and our coworkers at PCWorld and Greenbot roll their eyes a little as we stretch and pace for one minute exactly to earn another hour in our Stand rings. But that’s not the only way the Apple Watch is making its mark on us all. Apple’s smartwatch isn’t a must-have for everyone, but the more time we spend with it, the more killer use cases each of us finds. Here’s how it’s making a difference in our lives so far.

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Sunday May 17

19:11
∞ Steve Jobs movie first look

Universal pictures has unveiled the “first look” clip from the upcoming movie about Steve Jobs. It’s just a teaser but it looks interesting. Fassbinder was an odd choice to portray jobs but he is a very good actor and the rest of the cast is equally accomplished.

One of the odd things about getting older is movies are being made about the times I’ve lived in and, in the case of parts of this movie, events and presentations I was at and tangentially involved in. It’s kind of a weird feeling and I don’t know how unbiased I’m going to be watching this film. But I am looking forward to seeing it.

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19:11
Apple's Cook references Steve Jobs, morals in...

During his commencement address at George Washington University on Sunday, Apple CEO Tim Cook told graduates to follow their own North Star, saying there need not be a choice between "doing good and doing well."

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17:46
First 'Steve Jobs' teaser trailer shows...

Universal Studios released the first teaser trailer for Danny Boyle's highly anticipated Steve Jobs biopic on Sunday, offering a glimpse at what to expect from the film and Michael Fassbender, who plays the late Apple cofounder.

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16:47
Universal Studios releases first trailer for Aaron...

Universal Studios has just released the first trailer for the upcoming Steve Jobs biopic. The trailer gives us our first on-screen look at star Michael Fassbender as the Apple co-founder, along with Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, Kate Winslet as Mac engineer Joanna Hoffman, and Jeff Daniels as John Sculley.

Photos from the set...

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13:48
∞ Tim Cook – The George Washington University...

Tim Cook was George Washington University’s Commencement Speaker for Spring 2015. He goofs around a bit, gives some of the usual graduate advice and talks about his early years at Apple.

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13:23
Apple acquires Coherent Navigation, a GPS start-up

The New York Times:

For many of the largest Silicon Valley technology companies, mapping software undergirds numerous software applications and features in their products. For Apple, it is little different. To that end, Apple confirmed in an email on Sunday that it had bought Coherent Navigation, a Bay Area navigation company, further bolstering Apple’s mapping technology and services.

This is obviously a move by Apple to continue to improve its Maps app. The Sunday confirmation from Apple is interesting too. Another sign of its softening of its former hard line position with regards to PR.

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13:14
Fingerprints will soon tell cops if suspects are on...

A research team from the University of Surrey in the UK has reportedly developed a new, noninvasive drug test for cocaine that accurately detects its presence in your system through your fingerprints. Specifically, it looks for two common cocaine met...

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11:26
Tim Cook talks childhood, activist efforts at George...

As expected, Tim Cook this weekend gave the commencement address at George Washington University’s graduation ceremony. Cook, who also received an honorary doctorate for public service during the ceremony, was selected by the university after being suggested by students.

During the speech, Cook discussed a variety of topics and offered up advice to the recent college graduates. Cook spoke about his first meetings with Steve Jobs and how he taught Cook that you could make great change in the world while also being successful in your career. Cook stated that now more than ever you don’t have choose between “doing good and doing well.”

Also during his commencement speech Cook talked about his childhood and growing up in Alabama. Cook addressed his interest in...

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11:10
The internet risks hitting peak capacity soon, but...

The internet has more than one capacity problem to worry about, apparently. Researchers met in London this week to tackle growing concerns that fiber optic cables, which represent the internet's backbone, are hitting their physical limits. An Alcatel...

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11:01
Apple acquires high-accuracy GPS technology firm...

In the midst of a major overhaul for its Maps service, Apple seems to have made another under-the-radar acquisition as the company apparently snapped up Coherent Navigation, makers of high-accuracy GPS devices and software.

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09:44
Apple acquires GPS company Coherent Navigation to...

Apple, which has already acquired a variety of companies to help its Maps team, appears to have recently purchased San Francisco-based GPS company Coherent Navigation. The company was founded in 2008 by a pair of engineers from Stanford and Cornell. While Apple and Coherent Navigation have yet to confirm the acquisition, several pieces of evidence support the idea.

Coherent Navigation CEO Paul Lego and cofounders William Bencze and Brett Ledvina all recently updated their LinkedIn profiles to show that they have taken a role at Apple, MacRumors noticed. Lego says that he is now a member...

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09:02
Apple bought a company focused on super-accurate GPS

Apple has snapped up more than a few companies that know how to deal with your location data, but it now appears to be focused on improving the accuracy of that data from the get-go. MacRumors has discovered evidence that Apple recently acquired Cohe...

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07:00
Inhabitat's Week in Green: folding cars and an...

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

Tesla's on a roll lately -- it's planning to reveal a $35,000 electric car next year, and it just unvei...

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06:35
If you’re pitching Marc Andreessen, here’s the...

A fascinating article about Bourbon, VCs, and artificial markets.

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06:22
The last day of her life

From today’s New York Times Sunday Magazine, a poignant, thoughtful read about a woman determined to take her own life before Alzheimer’s can rob her of her mind. Be warned that this is dark at times, a tough read, so be on solid mental footing before you dig in.

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05:54
∞ Taking apart Mike Bloomfield’s Telecaster

Get a detailed look at a guitar that played an important role in rock history, and learn a lot about guitars in the process.

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05:01
Plex brings photos, music and video streaming to...

After a number of leaks and hints, this week Plex and TiVo announced their products will start working together soon. Plex media server gives users a way to easily stream photos, music or video files to devices like Roku and Chromecast, and pulls con...

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01:56
Microsoft study shows that tech is shortening your...

Think the abundance of technology in your life is making it harder to concentrate for long periods? Microsoft might just have some evidence to support your theory. It recently published a study (conducted using both surveys and EEG scans) suggesting ...

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Saturday May 16

23:17
How Windows 10 Performs On a 12-inch MacBook

An anonymous reader writes: As Microsoft prepares for the launch of Windows 10, review sites have been performing all sorts of benchmarks on the tech preview to evaluate how well the operating system will run. But now a computer science student named Alex King has made the most logical performance evaluation of all: testing Windows 10's performance on a 2015 MacBook. He says, "Here's the real kicker: it's fast. It's smooth. It renders at 60FPS unless you have a lot going on. It's unequivocally better than performance on OS X, further leading me to believe that Apple really needs to overhaul how animations are done. Even when I turn Transparency off in OS X, Mission Control isn't completely smooth. Here, even after some Aero Glass transparency has been added in, everything is smooth. It's remarkable, and it makes me believe in the 12-inch MacBook more than ever before. So maybe it's ironic that in some regards, the new MacBook runs Windows 10 (a prerelease version, at that) better...

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22:54
Wounded turtle can return to the ocean thanks to a...

Look, we know this sea turtle's prosthetic beak has a tragic backstory, but it sure makes the reptile look like it has a future as a badass pizza-loving mutant. According to 3D Printing Industry, Turkish animal rescuers found it almost lifeless at se...

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22:23
Roundup: The best third-party Apple Watch running...

Fitness tracking is a core Apple Watch feature, and Apple builds in comprehensive app support with its Workout app, but owners may want to check out third-party running-centric options with extras like route creation, coaching and social network integration.

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21:41
Voila 3.8.4

Adds support for the Photos for Mac app. ($29.99 new, free update, 21.6 MB)

 

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21:41
Final Cut Pro X 10.2.1 and Motion 5.2.1

Maintenance updates for two of Apple’s professional video editing apps. ($299.99/$49.99 new, free updates)

 

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