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Monday November 23

Square rolls out its new Apple Pay reader

You can now start using Apple Pay at independent shops across the country, if they are set up with Square’s newest device.

On Monday, Square began rolling out its new contactless reader to 100 local businesses in 20 U.S. cities, including San Francisco, New York, Chicago, Atlanta, and Boston. The new reader is able to accept Apple Pay and other NFC-based transactions, as well as process chip card payments. Business can order their reader now on Square’s website for $49.


First announced in June, Square’s contactless and chip reader connects wirelessly to the Square Stand mobile register or any iOS or Android device running the Square point-of-sale app. After the cashier finishes processing inputing the transaction, a green light flashes on the reader to indicate it’s ready to accept your contactless payment. You can use your Apple Pay-enabled iPhone or Apple Watch to pay by tapping your device...

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Qube crowdfunding shows demand for low-cost Wi-Fi...

Philips Hue light bulbs are amazing — you can get them to produce just about any color, controlled from your iPhone. But besides being expensive, they also require a hub to be able to talk to your device. Qube is an Indiegogo project with 27 days to go that seeks to bring the price of Wi-Fi connected LED bulbs down to a reasonable amount — $19 per bulb — and make it all work without the need for a hub.

The campaign launched last Thursday and is now over 200% funded. In addition to the low cost and Wi-Fi, the Qube has Bluetooth Low Energy and Bluetooth Smart built in so that just being near the bulbs with a Bluetooth device can turn on a light. That capability also makes it possible for Qube bulbs to shut off automatically when they don’t detect people in the house.

The team promises IFTTT compatibility, and also plans to have an...

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TMO Background Mode: Interview with Parallels’ John...

John Uppendahl is the vice president of communications for Parallels, the company that's famous for its virtual machine software for the Mac-called Parallels Desktop. I chat with John about what this product does, its evolution, the different uses by customers, how it has enabled five million customers to have the Mac they want yet launch and use Windows apps completely transparently. Or even multiple different copies of OS X. John Uppendahl also talks about the ever growing solutions that a virtual machine system provides, including the brilliant Parallels Access iPad app that "applifies," with native touch gestures, an interface to a Mac running apps in another operating system. You'll enjoy the infections enthusiasm of this interview.

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New Tech Targets Enterprise Ransomware

SentinelOne last week introduced an addition to its behavioral solution designed to address the problem of ransomware scrambling files on a computer. Ransomware has been a scourge not only for consumers, but for the enterprise, too. The malicious software can be particularly nettlesome for enterprises because they have to protect so many endpoints -- phones, tablets, laptops, desktops and servers. The company has a security scheme that uses a client app on each endpoint device that watches for malicious behavior and counters it.

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Carbon Copy Cloner: What’s your plan when your Mac’s...

What’s your plan when your Mac’s hard drive dies? Plan ahead and get back to work in minutes with a Carbon Copy Cloner bootable backup. CCC—the app that saves your bacon.

Jim’s Note: I’ve used this app for many years. I trust and love it.

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TMO Daily Observations 2015-11-23: iOS App Holiday...

The holiday season is upon us, and that means lots of events with family and friends. Kelly Guimont and John Martellaro join Jeff Gamet to share the iPhone apps they rely on to make holiday gatherings go smoothly-or as smoothly as possible.

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Sprint starts sales of LTE iPad Pro with contract...

Sprint on Monday opened up its own orders for the iPad Pro, offering shoppers alternatives for buying the tablet including contract and installment plans.

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Skype iOS apps update with in-chat data detection,...

Microsoft on Monday released updates to its Skype apps for iPhone and iPad, adding shortcuts for detected data, as well as making it easier to get back to a call in progress.

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Square's new card reader also accepts Apple Pay

Square is the choice of many small business owners who need to accept credit cards for payment. Now the company is beginning to replace its old "swipe" card reader with the new Square Contactless and Chip Reader, meaning that consumers will soon be able to pay with Apple Pay at local businesses.

The company is rolling out the new reader to 100 small businesses to begin with and is taking reservations for the new $49 box for the rest of its customers. Instead of a tiny mag-stripe reader that plugs into the headphone jack of an iPhone or iPad — which will still be available for free, by the way — the Square Contactless and Chip Reader is a 2.6-inch square white plastic box with a slot on one side for chip (EMV) cards and a built-in NFC payment reader.

It’s battery powered or can be plugged into the Square Stand USB Hub for those who use Square’s point of sale system. The portable unit can be hand-carried to...

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Fitbit adds automatic exercise tracking for Surge...

Fitbit Charge HR and Surge users no longer need to worry about whether they’ve remembered to log a workout beforehand.

With a new software update, both fitness wearables can record exercises automatically. The so-called SmartTrack feature can discern some specific activities such as biking, running, and the elliptical without any input. Other activities are filed into broader categories such as sports (covering basketball and tennis, for instance) and aerobics (for cardio-kickboxing, Zumba, and dance classes).

Users can set up SmartTrack through Fitbit’s companion app, defining the type of activities they want to track automatically, and how much active time it should take before Fitbit starts counting. By default, Fitbit triggers exercise mode after 15 minutes.

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Skype for iOS updated with data detectors for phone...

Skype updated its iOS client today with support for several different data detectors in text chats.

Now whenever someone sends you a phone number, address, or date, you can tap that information to automatically start a call, bring up a map, or create a new calendar event, respectively.

The update also now shows a bar that you can tap from any chat or the contacts list to get back to your current call.

Skype 6.6 is available on the App Store.

What’s New in Version 6.6

Phone number, date and address detection in your conversations:
– Call a phone number (using Skype Credit) direct from highlighted numbers.
– Set up calendar events by tapping highlighted dates, days and times.
– Check locations in Maps directly from...

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Deals: iMac 4K for $1,349 ($150 off), 2015 iMac 5Ks...

All flavors of Apple's most popular iMacs are now at the lowest prices of the year, thanks to weekend price cuts that knocked $100-$120 off 21" iMac HDs, $150 off 21" iMac 4Ks, $170-$200 of new 27" iMac 5Ks, and $420 to $500 off last year's models.

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Review: Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock is simple...

It’s been quite a while since Apple Watch came out (7 months!) and finally Apple has released an official dock accessory that might be worth a look. Maintaining typical Apple style, this watch dock is very simple…

There’s really not much to it at all. Inside of the box, you’ll find the dock itself and a 2-meter Lightning cable along with some simple documentation. The good news is that the magnetic charging puck for Apple Watch is completely integrated into the dock. You’ll use that Lightning cable and a power block, which does not come in the box, to hook everything together and charge your Apple Watch.

Check out our Apple Watch Magnetic Charging Dock review video below:

So what exactly are you getting for the...

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WordPress gets a Mac app alongside completely...

Today online publishing platform WordPress, which powers approximately 25% of websites on the Internet (this site included), is getting a major redesign with a completely rebuilt and the introduction of a new Mac app. We’ve been getting a taste of the improvements incrementally over the last year, but today is the company’s official launch.

I’ve been using the app for a few days leading up to the launch and, for what it is, I quite enjoyed the experience, which essentially mirrors what you get from the new My enthusiasm, however, is keeping in mind that the app essentially feels like the web app in a wrapper, which isn’t necessarily a bad thing once you see how the...

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App Store: Over 100 billion apps downloaded

On Friday, Apple’s Developer Program let developers know that new apps and app updates won’t be accepted between December 22 and 29, 2015, but it also provided a staggering statistic: the App Store has now seen more than 100 billion cumulative downloads.

Not everyone on planet Earth has an Apple device, but if they did, that would represent over 13 downloads for every man, woman, and child alive at this time.

Revenues from the App Store increased 25 percent between 2014 and 2015, and the number of customers completing transactions increased 18 percent.

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Transmit 4.4.10

Makes Transmit Disk feature compatible with OS X 10.11 El Capitan, and now requires 10.9 Mavericks. ($34 new, free update, 30.2 MB)


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Dropbox & Adobe Acrobat Reader for iOS updated...

Collaboration between Dropbox and Adobe has resulted in updates for both the official Dropbox and Acrobat Reader apps, making it easier for users to access and edit their PDFs in the cloud.

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External Link: Apple Investigating Unresponsive iPad...

A number of iPad Pro users have reported that, after charging, their tablets stop responding and show only a black screen. Apple says that it’s investigating the issue, but in the meantime the company recommends forcing a restart if your iPad Pro is locked up, which you can do by holding the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons until you see an Apple logo.


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Mozilla cuts Firefox's tab groups and complete...

Mozilla wants to reduce the number of little-used features in Firefox in order to move faster when it comes to rolling out new stuff. To that end, Firefox will lose two features in the near future, but to hear Mozilla tell it, only a few people will actually miss them.

First up is tab groups, a feature first introduced in 2011 with Firefox 4 (back when those version numbers truly mattered). The idea behind Tab Groups was to take a bunch of webpages and group them together kind of like app folders on your smartphone.

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Square launches NFC mobile card reader with Apple...

Square on Monday officially launched a new mobile card reader compatible with Apple Pay, something that could potentially boost the latter platform's support outside of major retail chains.

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Square launches NFC reader compatible with Apple Pay...

This could come in handy.

Mobile payments company Square today announced the launch of its new NFC reader within 100 small businesses around the country, letting stores who previously were unable to accept Apple Pay due to the lack of a required contactless reader, to begin supporting the service. The reader will act like all other Apple Pay-accepting terminals, letting users wave an iPhone or Apple Watch near the device to complete a purchase.

Square had initially announced support for Apple Pay last November, but had yet to deliver a device for this. The company then announced that an NFC-based Square reader capable of reading chipped credit...

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Square’s new Apple Pay-ready contactless card reader...

Earlier this year around WWDC, Square announced that it would be selling new hardware that will allow small businesses to easily accept Apple Pay later this year. Now Square is setting up 100 small businesses around the US with their new Apple Pay-ready contactless card reader. These allow customers to pay merchants using Apple’s mobile payment service through iPhones and Apple Watches securely and without sharing credit card information.While Square has provided 100 local businesses with the new readers, according to...

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News: MasterCard giving Apple Pay users free trips...

Starting today, MasterCard is offering four “Fare Free Mondays” on London’s public transit system for cardholders using Apple Pay. The promotional periods running today, Nov. 30, Dec. 7 and Dec. 14 extend from 4:30 a.m. that day until 1 a.m. the next day. During that time, customers using their U.K. MasterCard through Apple Pay to pay for travel on London Buses, London Underground, London Trams, Docklands Light Railway, London Overground,…

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Review: Phiaton BT 330 NC Headphones

If a headphone plays music on an airplane and nobody can hear it, does it make a sound? Though it’s not something we often think about, portable headphones have to do more than just put music in your ears — they also have to keep noise out. With the on-ear BT 330 NC ($199), Phiaton promises to actively remove 95 percent of ambient noise from the space between its drivers and your ears. While we think they have done a pretty good job in this respect, we wouldn’t recommend the BT 330NC as your only set of cans. BT 330 NC pairs 40mm drivers with active noise canceling, and the headphone uses Bluetooth 4.0.{/exp:char_limit}

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Amazingly, this legacy phone number, forced into existence by a lawsuit, still works!

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Use Apple Pay on London public transit and ride...

If you live in London and use a MasterCard with Apple Pay, you can take advantage of a wonderful promotion for the next month. Called “Fare Free Mondays,” the promotion asks commuters to use their MasterCard on Apple Pay for their bus, rail or tube trip. You’ll be charged for the transportation, but will receive a refund within 28 days of up to £27.90 per cardholder.

How do you take advantage of the deal? Just touch your Apple Pay device (Apple Watch or iPhone) at the start and end of a trip using the London Underground, Docklands Light Railway, London Overground, TfL Rail, Emirates Air Line and most National Rail services in London where a yellow card reader is present. Do this on the next four Mondays starting today, and your fare will be refunded. If you’re getting on a London Bus or London Tram, you just need to use Apple Pay at the beginning of your trip.

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LG cancels LG Watch Urbane Second Edition LTE...

It looks like LG’s upcoming smartwatch, the Urbane Second Edition LTE, won’t come to fruition. Citing an unspecified hardware issue, the project has been canceled. There is no word at this time if the device will be released at a later date, but for now, LG is calling this a full-on cancellation of the launch.

The company had the following comment to offer:

We understand that you are currently reviewing our latest smartwatch; however, late in the quality assurance process for the LG Watch Urbane 2nd Edition LTE, our engineers were made aware of a hardware issue which affects the day-to-day functionality of the device. After further...

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What you can’t do with an Apple Pencil

Turns out there are things you can’t do with the Apple Pencil, things that actually require your finger.

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iFixit: Apple Pencil teardown

So much tech in such a tiny package.

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News: Apple wins DRM patent case against ContentGuard

A U.S. district court judge has ruled Apple’s method of distributing and authenticating content doesn’t infringe on DRM patents owned by ContentGuard Holdings, Reuters reports. ContentGuard sued in 2013, claiming Apple applied five of its DRM patents in iTunes and iBooks to dispense movies, songs, shows and books that could be restricted to function only for approved users. Apple denied infringing on the patents and went even further by…

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The Pen Addict: Apple Pencil review

Terrific Apple Pencil review, complete with handwriting samples.

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News: Apple working on app to diagnose problems with...

Photo: uSwitch Apple is building an app to diagnose problems with iOS devices and help users schedule service, according to uSwitch. A source with direct knowledge of the app’s development said it will ask “basic questions (about the device in need of repair) to boil down to the problem quickly.” The new app will reportedly provide user guides and basic how-to information for every iOS device registered to the user’s Apple ID and offers…

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MasterCard offers Londoners free Monday rides for...

In a special promotion, MasterCard is briefly letting people ride the Transport for London network for free on Mondays so long as they use Apple Pay.

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New Visa ad campaign for Apple Pay starts today in...

Apple seems to be working hard with its card company partners to promote Apple Pay in the UK. Alongside a MasterCard promo offering free travel in London, Visa Europe is today launching a two-month long ad campaign designed to emphasize the speed, ease and reliability of the service.

Featuring a central theme of anticipation, the campaign uses imagery that captures the pause before a primary action – the weightlifter before pressing the lift, the pianist before striking a chord, the chameleon before making a strike – the scenes then snap into the dramatic conclusions as an analogy to how fast, easy and reliable using a Visa card in Apple Pay is in everyday situations such as paying to use the Tube or in a café … 


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Google embraces the dark side with Star Wars themes...

Thanksgiving doesn’t happen until Thursday, but Google is already preparing a feast of sorts for Star Wars fans leading up to the release of Star Wars: The Force Awakens on December 18. Starting Monday, you can add a Star Wars theme to numerous Google apps and declare your allegiance to the Jedi or the Dark Side.

Visit from your browser (Chrome works best, of course) and choose your allegiance when signed in to your free Google account—work, education, and government accounts can’t use this feature.

YouTube showing Jedi lightsaber colors.

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9to5Mac’s iPhone Holiday Gift Guide: best picks for...

Welcome to 9to5Mac’s iPhone Holiday Gift Guide. Bookmark it or send it to your favorite people, because either you or someone you care about is going to find the ideal iPhone holiday gift inside!

I’m genuinely excited to present this collection to you, because the iPhone is the one Apple product I take everywhere — and couldn’t give up. Since I’ve been using iPhones and their accessories since the first iPhone debuted in 2007, I have a lot of experience sorting the good and great stuff out from the junk.

My iPhone Holiday Gift Guide picks are all best-of-breed options, selected for their combination of reasonable pricing and excellent performance. Whether you’re looking for the perfect case, great headphones, a smart car mounting solution, a battery pack, or a way to improve your iPhone’s camera, you’ll find the smartest iPhone gift picks below…


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PSA: Got a MasterCard and Apple Pay? Travel for free...

If you’re in London, have got a MasterCard and haven’t yet started using Apple Pay, today would be a great time to start. The card company has launched a promotion offering free travel in London on Mondays, starting today. Quite a neat way of persuading people to select a MasterCard as their primary card in Apple Pay …

The promo covers tubes, trains and buses. Just use Apple Pay with a MasterCard selected when you touch in and out, and all your fares for the day will be refunded to your card – up to a maximum of £27.90. The offer runs on Monday November 23rd & 30th, plus December 7th and 14th.

Apple has also been highlighting Apple Pay, recently adding a new Guided Tour video to its YouTube channel on how to use Apple Pay on the iPhone. The company already...

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News: Daily Deal: SKEYE Hexa Drone

Today in iLounge Deals we’re offering up the SKEYE Hexa Drone for only $45 – 34% off the regular price. This six-propeller copter provides extra control and lift for flying in every direction and pulling off amazing stunts. A 164-foot range gives you professional, precision control and the six-axis flight control system gives you even more stability. It’s ready-to-fly out of the box and easy to use so you can go pro pilot in no time…

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Futurama is set to return – as an iOS game

Futurama fans may have been disappointed when the series ended, but if you want one last venture into the futuristic cartoon world, there’s an iOS game on the way. Fox has teamed up with German developer Wooga to create a game to be entitled Futurama: Game of Drones … 

The game takes players on a journey with the Planet Express crew as they fight a desperately imbalanced trade war against longtime shipping rival MomCo. While delivering dangerous cargo to hazardous locations under ill-advised circumstances, players connect groups of delivery drones to solve an array of fiendish puzzles as they venture into iconic environments from the FUTURAMA universe.

Judging by the talent involved, the game should be good: it partners Dave Grossman (Secret of Monkey Island, The Wolf Among Us), Jonathon Myers (Game of...

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Oneadaptr Kickstarting its own take on Apple’s...

We Brits can occasionally feel we miss out on US-specific tech, but Apple showed us a little love with the extremely clever collapsible plug it supplied with the Apple Watch.

Oneadaptr is now Kickstarting its own take on the idea, with three different Flip  models on offer. The Duo has two USB sockets, the Quad four and the Power is a Duo with a built-in powerbank. You can back the project from £11 for the Duo.

The project is currently two-thirds of the way toward its £15k goal, with 25 days to go. The company previously successfully launched the Twist World Charging Station.

I do have to say I cringe when seeing either plug sitting on that iPad screen, though!


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Escape From Silicon Valley

I started planning to escape the Valley a long time ago, due to very high taxes, a crumbling infrastructure, worsening crime, a massive increase in traffic, and a rather nasty water shortage problem. My wife and I originally planned to escape to Belize but found the unreliable infrastructure, lack of good medical care, and massive crime problem there were not conducive to our continued survival. Instead of Paradise, Belize looked a lot like hell once we got a chance to spend some quality time there.

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How to use the Apple Watch in Nightstand mode

When your Apple Watch is charging and on its side, you can use it as a nightstand clock and an alarm clock. In Nightstand Mode, the smartwatch displays the date and time, along with the remaining charge. If you set an alarm, it also appears on the watch face. To turn on Nightstand mode:

  • Place your Apple Watch on its side.
  • Connect your Apple Watch to its charger.
  • After it begins charging, your Apple Watch will automatically go into Nightstand mode.

When your Apple Watch is in Nightstand mode and you aren't using it, the display turns off. To see the display again, tap it, press the Digital Crown or the side button, or lightly nudge your Apple Watch.

The alarm on your Apple Watch is different than the alarms on your iPhone. You need to set or adjust an alarm for Nightstand mode from your Apple Watch:

  • Open the Alarms app on your Apple...
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Apple celebrates App Store records as it notes...

Apple has posted the dates of the usual holiday shutdown of iTunes Connect, running for eight days from 22 to 29 December inclusive. During this time, developers will not be able to submit either new apps or updates to existing ones.

Developers can still schedule apps for release during these dates, but they will need to be submitted and approved beforehand. Other iTunes Connect functionality, such as access to analytics data, will remain available.

In the post on its developer website, Apple notes the record downloads, revenue and active customers for the App Store.

Because of your incredible apps, the App Store crossed 100 billion cumulative downloads. Revenue from the App Store increased 25% year over year, and the number of transacting customers grew 18%, setting a new all-time record. We want to thank...

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The Chinese Apple Stores keep coming: number 27...

Apple is making good progress with its aim of having 40 retail stores open in China by next October, announcing that the 27th store will be opening on Saturday in the Chaoyang Joy City shopping mall, Beijing. It will be the fifth Apple Store to open in China’s capital city.

Apple has doubled its year-on-year revenue from China for two quarters running, with the country already representing a larger market than Europe and on track to become a bigger one that the USA … 

The new store will be open from 10am to...

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TopXNotes is THE Mac OS X tool for 'power user...

Is there such a thing as a "power user" note-taker? Sure there is, and he/she is the user for whom Tropical Software developed TopXNotes, an US$39.99 note pad utility for the Mac.

Sure, Mac OS X comes with a Notes app. But it's a weenie tool compared to TopXNotes. Think of TopXNotes as a collection place where you can put info stuff you need to remember, but can’t. 

With the Tropical Software solution, notes can be as long as you need them to be, and you can customize the style, size, color and highlight color. My favorite feature is QuickNotes, where you can tag any note as a "QuickNote" and have it accessible without having to bring TopXNotes itself to the front of your work screen.

The customization options for your notes, categories and groups are extensive, and you can set your own groups and categories. If you’re unsure how to enter some information, there are templates for common, basic types of info...

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Apple to open 27th Chinese Apple Store this week in...

Apple will open its 27th Apple Store in China later this week, as an outlet is scheduled to open on Nov. 28 at Chaoyang Joy City mall in Beijing, the capital city's fifth location.

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Sunday November 22

Two-player synthesizer looks just as wild as it...

Noodling on a synthesizer is normally a solo affair, but Ben Bengler and Fiore Martin have found a way to spice things up. Their Collidoscope lets two musicians play in tandem thanks to the combination of twin keyboards and a clever sample-grabbin...

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Scientists create quantum entanglement at room...

Quantum entanglement, where two particles are inextricably linked, is a real thing. However, creating that odd behavior has been extremely difficult so far -- you have to cool things down to near absolute zero to pull it off on a significant scale...

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A 'Dragon Quest' game is coming to PCs...

At long last, you can get a Dragon Quest game on Steam... if not quite the role-playing game you might be hoping for. Square Enix has revealed that Dragon Quest Heroes: The World Tree's Woe and the Blight Below is coming to Windows as a Steam downl...

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The Logic Pros: Making MIDI FX in Logic’s complex...

In this week’s episode of The Logic Pros, we will be taking a user-friendly look at Logic’s mysterious and powerful MIDI Environment. Along with what seems like a countless number of possibilities, tools, MIDI FX mods and more, the Environment has an interesting little item known as Touch Tracks that can do some pretty amazing things once it’s set up properly:

The Environment is certainly more for advanced users, and it isn’t recommended to go poking around down here without expecting some wacky things to happen to your input path and with the way Logic starts to behave in general. Having said that, there is a whole plethora of things that can be done: creating alternate MIDI routing paths and other interesting custom...

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FanDuel warned staff against winning too often on...

DraftKings and FanDuel may have bitten off more than they can chew when they sued New York to keep their daily fantasy sports games alive in the state. FanDuel's corporate policies from before it self-regulated have been entered into evidence, and...

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Black Friday deal on Macphun Creative Kit 2016

What's better than buying Macphun's new Creative Kit app? Getting a special Black Friday deal on the OS X app suite with a big pile of free extras! Macphun has put together an amazing bundle for just $89.99 built around Creative Kit 2016, Since Apple World Today is an affiliate of Macphun, purchasing this ultimate photography suite not only gives you a powerful toolkit, but helps us as well!

Here's what you get: 

  • Creative Kit 2016 - our latest and greatest bundle of 6 incredible photo apps for Mac photographers, perfect for correcting and enhancing all kinds of images ($384 if purchased separately)
  • "Shoot to Share" - over 3 hours of professional training, including all of the RAW files (value: $100)
  • Aurora HDR Gift Card - worth $10 on the purchase of our new Aurora HDR software, co-developed with Trey Ratcliff (value: $10)
  • ViewBug Premium Membership - the world's best contest...
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Researchers create working electronics inside a rose

Plants and electronics frequently get along, but you don't see electronics in plants -- not surprisingly, it's hard to insert circuitry without killing the host. Swedish scientists just overcame one of the biggest hurdles to creating these strange...

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9to5Toys Deals: Apple TV (4th gen) from $135, iPod...

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China and the US create a 'space hotline'...

The Kremlin and the White House famously established a hotline between each other during the Cold War to avoid annihilating each other by mistake, and history is repeating itself now that China is a powerhouse. China and the US have set up a "space...

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Microsoft app tries to lure you from Android to a...

It's true that Windows Phone (and now Windows 10 Mobile) doesn't have as many apps as Android or iOS. However, the perception of that app deficit may be just as problematic -- why would you switch to a Lumia 950 if you assumed that none of your fa...

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Motorola's Chicago flagship store is the...

Motorola has exactly one retail store, and it's located in the heart of Chicago's downtown Loop district. I happened to be in the area recently and stopped by on a Friday afternoon before its grand opening. As I found, it is, in many ways, the anti...

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Is this the most generous holiday gift ever?

CBS News:

The holidays bring out Americans’ philanthropic impulses. That may be an understatement for Carol Suchman.

Suchman told CBS MoneyWatch that she often buys birthday gifts for children in the foster system, and so always is on the lookout for toy stores. When she recently walked by a toy store in her West Village neighborhood in Manhattan that had closed down, she said she was inspired to take action.

“The toys in there looked so sad, and they were gathering dust,” she said. “It occurred to me we should bring those toys to where they should be going — to all the homeless kids in the city.”

As a kid, my mom had to use these social services on several occasions to make sure we had one or two toys under our Christmas tree. You might be surprised how important these kinds of gifts are to children in need at this time of year. Reading stories like this brings a tear to my eye and almost reaffirms my faith in humanity. Almost.


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After Math: That's it, we're calling...

It's been a heck of a week. With the world still reeling from the Paris attacks, more people than ever are concerned with their personal security. That's why we're featuring five of this week's best posts about stuff that keeps us safe -- and one a...

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Bank of England: Plastic banknotes to start in 2016

New plastic money coming from Bank of England, and an illustrated history of American money design.

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First look: DJI Osmo 4K steadicam with iPhone...

DJI has begun shipping its anticipated 4K steadicam dubbed Osmo, featuring a three-axis stabilizer and dedicated iPhone clamp, allowing for super-smooth high-resolution footage in a compact and convenient package. AppleInsider offers an exclusive first look at the new device.

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Saturday November 21

Check your credit card transactions: 54 Starwood...

Third-party forensic experts have discovered that the point-of-sale systems in 54 Starwood hotels across the US and Canada were infected with malware. The company has listed all the locations in its PSA, including various Sheraton, Westin and W pro...

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Another security manual recommends using Apple...

An operations security manual developed to advise journalists and political activists on how to protect their identities is now being distributed by supporters of Islamic State terrorists. One of its recommendations is to use Apple's securely encrypted iMessage service.

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MacPhun offers up to 85% off Creative Kit 2016 for...

MacPhun is getting in on the Black Friday fun early with a great deal launching today through the Black Friday shopping festivities.

Up to 85% off its Creative Kit 2016 means you get six of the company’s popular Mac apps– Snapheal, FX Photo Studio, Intensify, Focus,...

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Gadget Ogling: A Dumb Watch Dock, a Smart VR Phone...

No longer leaving it up to third-party companies to create charging docks for its Apple Watch, Apple has released its own official dock. It allows Watch owners to rest the smartwatch in nightstand mode -- a feature introduced in the latest version of the operating system that essentially turns the Watch into a bedside clock -- without tangling it up with the standard magnetic charger. The dock is a flat puck, almost like a circle bed on which to rest your precious Watch as you sleep.

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How Apple Is Giving Design a Bad Name

ColdWetDog writes: Co.Design has an article by two early Apple designers on how the company has lost its way, and quite frankly, lost its marbles when it comes to user interface design. In the search for a minimalist, clean design, it has forgotten time honored UI principles and made it harder for people to use Apple products. As someone who has followed computer UI evolution since the command line and who has used various Apple products for a number of years, the designers' concerns really hit home for me. Of course, Apple isn't the only company out there who makes UI mistakes. And it is notable that the article has totally annoying, unstoppable GIFs that do nothing to improve understanding. User Interfaces are hard, but it would be nice to have everybody take a few steps back from the precipice.


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Court says Apple didn’t infringe on ContentGuard...

A U.S. jury says Apple didn't infringe five anti-piracy patents owned by a Pendrell Corp. subsidiary at trial in a Texas federal court, reports Reuters ( The jury also found that Apple didn’t prove that the patents were invalid. No damages were awarded to Pendrell subsidiary ContentGuard Holdings.

In 2013 ContentGuard sued Apple and other companies, claiming patent infringements involving more than 300 issued patents and more than 160 pending patent applications in content management and protection technologies. The Pendrell subsidiary claimed that many of the world's mobile phones, tablets and e-readers produced today rely on its digital rights management technologies ("DRM") to safeguard music, movies, television shows, games, documents and other content from piracy.

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Sitting on a winning lottery ticket

This is a great post, especially when he brings in the conversation from “Good Will Hunting”.

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iOS 9 How-To: Put your iPhone in Low Power Mode...

Have you ever wondered how much of your battery is being used? Or been in a quick pinch and you’re desperate to make your device last the whole day? Even though it’s at 18% and you won’t be able to access a charger for several hours?  Or have you ever wondered why sometimes when you use certain apps your battery dramatically drains? New in the iOS 9 Settings application is the ability to put your device in Low Power Mode.

Low Power Mode temporarily reduces power consumption until you can fully recharge your device. When it is turned on, the system notifications, mail fetch, background app refresh, automatic downloads and visual effects are reduced or turned off.

When you are using the device and have the battery get down to 20%, you’re iPhone pops up with a notification in the middle of whatever you are doing....

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This week on AppleInsider: Apple Pay, 4-inch iPhones...

The biggest news this week revolved mostly around Apple Pay, but there was also an official Apple Watch dock launch, problems with the iPad Pro, and more rumors of a 4-inch iPhone.

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The week in Apple news: iPad Pro problems, Apple...

Apple headlines for the week ending November 20, 2015

It was a week of mea culpa for Apple this past week. There was the whole Mac App Store certificate kerfuffle, which lead to many developers talking about their general issues with the App Store. Then there was the odd problem with the iPad Pro and unexpected shutdowns. And the week ended with folks angry at Apple executive Jimmy Iovine and his thoughts about an Apple Music commercial. Next week is a short business week, Apple, so you have that to look forward to. Here are the important Apple headlines of the past week. Click on the link to read the full story.

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Review: Apple goes high fashion with Apple Watch...

Apple dipped a toe into the world of fashion with Apple Watch and Apple Watch accoutrements, including a tie-up with Hermes, but we think the company's latest accessory is also one of its most elegant. And it's a dock.

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Friday November 20

Oculus Concepts collects experimental mobile VR...

Virtual reality is nothing if not an awesome font for weird little experiences, but they can be kind of difficult to find. Some are on Steam, some are available elsewhere. Oculus is hoping that Oculus Concepts, its new section of the Gear VR's Ocul...

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The cult of the Toto toilet

The New York Times:

For those who own Japanese toilets, there is a cultish devotion. They boast heated seats, a bidet function for a rear cleanse and an air-purifying system that deodorizes during use. The need for toilet paper is virtually eliminated (there is an air dryer) and “you left the lid up” squabbles need never take place (the seat lifts and closes automatically in many models).

When I was in Tokyo and had to use one of these, I was completely embarrassed by my inability to figure out how to use it. I literally had to ask my host how to operate the toilet.

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NASA orders SpaceX to taxi astronauts to the ISS in...

Right now, flying to the International Space Station means leaving from Russia, but it won't always be that way. Today, NASA announced that it officially ordered a crew rotation mission from Elon Musk's SpaceX, due to launch sometime in 2017. This...

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Chill optional: 51 percent of US internet users...

Netflix's robust content library has helped it top nearly 70 million subscribers worldwide. Not surprisingly, the majority of those come from the US, where the streaming service has over 43 million customers alone. And, for the most part, people he...

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Apple reminds iPhone users about Apple Pay in new...

In an ongoing effort to inform consumers about Apple Pay services, Apple on Friday released a video detailing step-by-step how-to guide for iPhone 6 and 6s process and touting the protocol's security, ease of use and features.

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Man arrested in Fifth Ave Apple Store trying to...

Customers and employees at the Fifth Avenue Apple Store in New York had somewhat of an interesting experience today. According to a report from ABC 7 NY, a man entered the store and headed to the iconic clear glass staircase and began waving around a samurai sword while screaming.

He was then escorted out of the building, with Apple Store employees building a wall between him and the customers as a layer of protection. When he was outside in front of the store, the man allegedly went back to screaming and waving around his samurai sword. He was taken into custody by two New York Police Department officers. According to eyewitnesses, right before the man was taken into custody by the NYPD officers,...

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AWT News Update: November 20, 2015

It's a Slow News Friday, so we have just a short podcast for your listening pleasure today:

  • iTunes Connect will be down for developers between December 22 - 29
  • Apple Pencils at Best Buy? Inconceivable!
  • Apple working on a troubleshooting and repair app?
  • LG Display to spend billions on a new OLED plant

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Hi, I’m Steve Sande from Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for November 20, 2015. 

Expect to see a flurry of app updates before December 22. That’s the day that Apple’s iTunes Connect downtime will...

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Apple wins DRM patent lawsuit leveled by ContentGuard

Apple came out unscathed from a legal battle involving digital rights management IP owned by ContentGuard, a subsidiary of non-practicing entity Pendrell Corp. that sued the iPhone maker for infringing on five patents.

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Shift is a debit card for your bitcoin wallet

Even though the banking industry and US regulators are getting on board the bitcoin train, actually spending your hard-mined bitcoins can be a bit tricky. Luckily, Coinbase debuted a solution on Friday: the Shift debit card. It's the first such bit...

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Apple shares new Guided Tour video highlighting...

Apple today has shared a new Guided Tour video to its YouTube channel that highlights Apple Pay on the iPhone. Apple has previously shared a Guided Tour showing off Apple on the Apple Watch, but this is the first video in which Apple has demonstrated the feature on its smartphone.

In the video, Apple highlights the ease of use that Apple Pay provides. The company demonstrates how you can use it at compatible checkout terminals in retail locations, as well as use it in apps for buying goods and apps like Uber for buying services.

Apple closes the video by demonstrating how easy it is to setup Apple Pay, including adding the card, verifying the card, and finally actually using it in stores.

You can view Apple’s new Guided Tour video for Apple Pay on iPhone below. Apple has previously shared a plethora of Guided Tour videos for Apple Watch. The company likes to use the format to showcase...

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Notable apps and app updates for November 20, 2015

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

iOS Apps/Updates

The future of TV is being able to order what you want to watch, when you want to watch it, without paying for a thousand cable channels you never even look at. One of the subscription services that you can get today is HBO NOW, available with a 30-day free trial, then a $14.99 monthly subscription fee that you can cancel at any time. Whether it's Game of Thrones, new movies, or classic HBO series like The Sopranos, it's all available for one set fee. 

For even more streaming TV fun, take a look at Hulu if you're not already a subscriber. The app is free to download, you can get...

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Playdate: Death becomes us in 'Darksiders 2...

When publisher THQ went bankrupt a few years back it was a staggering blow to the game industry. Sure, the company made some flops (oh hi, Homefront), but it also published some killer games like the Saint's Row and Metro franchises. The label also h...

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Apple announces annual winter iTunes Connect...

Apple on Friday reminded developers that the annual iTunes Connect winter downtime is fast approaching, with this year's shutdown scheduled for Dec. 22 through Dec. 29.

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Rdio will transition subscribers to free accounts...

Following the news of Rdio's bankruptcy filing and sale to Pandora, the company offered some details on how its users can expect their streaming accounts to ride off into the sunset. Starting November 23rd, the service will no longer accept new cus...

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Apps: Apple TV Edition: Alto’s Adventures, Labyrinth...

With the Apple TV App Store continuing to provide some interesting new options for apps, we decided it’s time for another roundup of the Apple TV apps we’ve seen lately, from the typical and popular game options through to the slightly more eclectic. Alto’s Adventure ($3) — The popular snowboarding odyssey comes to the Apple TV, and best of all it’s a universal app, so if you’ve already been enjoying it on your iPhone,…

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Mini review video: Our verdict on the iPad Pro in...

Had trouble reading every single word of my iPad Pro review? It's okay, writing all of those words was kind of hard, too. For those of you with shorter attention spans, here's the abridged version: Apple's biggest-ever tablet isn't for me, but it...

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The Week in iOS Apps: Game on!

Game on!

This week's roundup of apps includes several different games—ranging from party fun to brain-twisting puzzlers. Read on!


Brainstorm is a $3 iOS app that offers nine categories of game play—everything from charades to trivia to memory games and more. And it’s designed for groups: “Played in two teams of any size, it’s designed to keep players with all types of skills and interests having a blast.”

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Facebook at Work rolls out a dedicated chat app on...

Facebook at Work caters to businesses, allowing employees to communicate and share documents on private channels, and this week it adds a new mobile feature called Work Chat. Work Chat is a separate messaging app that operates similarly to the stan...

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Still severely constrained at Apple's own...

The Apple Pencil for iPad Pro launched at electronics retailer Best Buy on Friday, with some stores showing inventory in stock, despite the fact that Apple's own retail locations continue to face constraints.

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Review: Ecoxgear EcoPebble Powerbank + Speaker

Ecoxgear's EcoPebble Powerbank + Speaker ($100) is a waterproof Bluetooth speaker, which, like a growing number of Bluetooth speakers, includes a number of other features to appeal to customers. It's notable that "Powerbank" is actually listed first in the product name — EcoPebble Powerbank pairs a 10400 mAh battery charger with its speaker. Other features include a universal mount, dual charging ports, speakerphone, and flashlight. EcoPebble Powerbank is IP67 waterproof, so though it can float, it's also submersible to one meter deep for 30 minutes. Ecoxgear claims its accessory can get over 50 hours of play time, which is one of the highest battery claims we've seen for a Bluetooth speaker. EcoPebble Powerbank includes a knit micro-USB cable for charging, a wall adapter, universal mount strap, and carabiner clip. {/exp:char_limit}

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Facebook has a cure for your broken heart: more...

Your best friend, Facebook — you know the one who toyed with your emotions for personal gain; repeatedly brought up moments you'd rather forget; and refused to call you by your chosen name for, like, ever — really wants to help you get...

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Microsoft HoloLens, Volvo to Pioneer Augmented Car...

Microsoft HoloLens on Thursday announced a partnership with Volvo Cars to develop a new holographic technology that could change the way consumers experience auto showrooms. The tech would let potential buyers experience an automobile in an entirely new way, suggested Scott Erickson, senior director of Microsoft HoloLens. Using Microsoft's HoloLens goggles, consumers could view safety feature demonstrations, see car customization options, and even take part in virtual test drives without leaving the showroom.

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Hillary Clinton calls for cooperation on encryption

The debate over smartphone, app and data encryption rages on in the US. With the recent events in Paris only fueling the fire for those arguing for backdoor access, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton spoke up on the need for cooperat...

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How-To: Use iPad keyboard shortcuts in iOS 9 and...

Yesterday I mentioned a useful tip for using physical keyboards with iPads in my guide to unlocking the full potential of the iPad Pro. The tip actually works with all iOS 9 iPads connected to external keyboards over Bluetooth, Lightning, or the Smart Connector: hold Command (⌘) to see a list of supported keyboard shortcuts for the Home screen or app you’re in.

This works in most of Apple’s built-in apps and plenty of popular third-party apps as well, but it can be monotonous prompting that sheet in each app to get a sense of what keyboard shortcuts work. Instead, I’ve compiled a cheat sheet of which keyboard shortcuts work in all the system apps and several popular third-party apps. Whether you’re using Apple’s Smart Keyboard for the iPad Pro,...

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iPad Pro problems: Apple acknowledges mysterious...

Some iPad Pro owners have noticed some strange behavior in their new 12.9-inch tablets. Normally when you charge a device, unless the battery has completely died, the screen remains responsive. But some iPad Pros are completely freezing, then dying, after a recharge. The problem appears to be widespread—Apple’s support communities are filled with complaints about the issue.

Apple knows about the problem, but hasn’t said why it’s happening. There doesn’t seem to be a real fix for it, either—at least not yet. The company published a support document on Thursday advising Pro users to force restart their tablets to bring them back to life, but that’s not really a long-term solution, because the issue is ongoing.


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Leaked screenshots show glimpse of Apple...

Apple is working on an iOS app intended to funnel people through the support process faster, as well as address a lot of questions without phone calls or looking it up on the company's website, it was revealed on Friday.

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Remember those strangely enjoyable truck missions in Grand Theft Auto V whereit was a disturbing amount of fun to deliver cargo? TruckSimulation 16 is reminiscent of that, and has you play the role of a truck driver who has to deliver various... | Read more »
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The best remote desktop apps for iOS
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Apple resellers have MacBook Pros, MacBook Airs, and MacBooks on sale for up to $250 off MSRP for Cyber Monday 2015. The following is a roundup of the lowest prices available for new models from any... Read more
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Digitimes’ Aaron Lee and Joseph Tsai report that all-in-one (AIO) PC shipments may drop a double-digit percentage on-year in 2015 due to weaker-than-expected demand, although second-largest AIO make... Read more
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