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First look: Logi Circle 2 security camera with Apple...

Logitech recently added HomeKit to the Wired version of the Circle 2, making it just one of a handful of security cameras to support Apple's smarthome platform.

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Apple ordered to pay $440 million to FaceTime patent...

VirnetX's seemingly endless FaceTime patent lawsuit against Apple is winding down... sort of. An Eastern District of Texas court has denied all of Apple's motions to end the case in a non-infringement ruling or retrial, leaving the tech giant with a...

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Review: Tsumbay TS-BH05 Active Noise Cancelling...

For most music listening, I love to use my Apple AirPods as they’re light, unobtrusive, and give me pretty good sound quality. But when I’m in noisy situations, the AirPods aren’t that great because they don’t do a good job of blocking external noise and have no noise cancelling capability built in. Today I’m looking at the Tsumbay TS-BH05 Active Noise Cancelling Bluetooth Headphone (MSRP $109.99, available for $59.99 on Amazon), a reasonably-priced set of Bluetooth headphones with active noise cancellation.

Tsumbay TS-BH05 Headphone. Photo © 2017, Steven Sande


The Tsumbay TS-BH05 uses an over-ear design with a soft pair of ear pads and a padded headband that can be adjusted to fit even a big head like mine. Weighing just .48 lbs (.22kg), they’re light enough to wear all day if you want to rock out for hours.

The headphone comes in a matte black finish that pretty...

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Latest Adobe Flash vulnerability allowed hackers to...

Adobe Flash may be on its way out, but apparently, its goodbye tour is going to be marred by security issues just as the software has for most of its existence. Kaspersky Labs reports that a new Adobe Flash vulnerability was exploited by a group call...

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News: Report: Vulnerability in WPA2 protocol could...

A published exploit reportedly discovered by researcher Mathy Vanhoef has found a weakness in the WPA2 protocol powering all modern protected Wi-Fi networks, claiming “Android, Linux, Apple, Windows, OpenBSD, MediaTek, Linksys, and others, are all affected by some variant of the attacks.” Despite that claim, Apple is listed as “Unknown” rather than “Affected” or “Not Affected” on the attached list of…

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Sylvania intros Apple HomeKit-compatible Soft White...

LEDVANCE's Sylvania brand on Monday announced two new Smart+ lights supporting HomeKit: the Soft White A19 bulb, and the Full Color Indoor Flex Strip.

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Microsoft's redesigned Xbox dashboard is now...

Microsoft's next big update to the Xbox dashboard is now ready for public consumption. The first "Fluid Design" interface comes with a redesigned Home page, which is all about simplicity and customisation. The top-level section has four shortcuts (yo...

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Amazon Fire HD 10 review (2017): A $150 tablet that...

It's hard to get excited about an Android tablet in 2017. Samsung is still trying to take on the iPad with its premium Galaxy Tab S lineup, and there are countless slates from other companies that seem more obligatory than innovative. Mostly it boils...

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Apple confirms KRACK Wi-Fi WPA-2 attack vector...

AppleInsider has learned that Apple has rectified the "KRACK Attack" Wi-Fi WPA-2 exploit in "recent" macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS betas -- but was unable to confirm that a patch is coming for the AirPort series of routers.

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One person’s history of Twitter, from beginning to...

Mike Monteiro:

Twitter, which was conceived and built by a room of privileged white boys (some of them my friends!), never considered the possibility that they were building a bomb. To this day, Jack Dorsey doesn’t realize the size of the bomb he’s sitting on. Or if he does, he believes it’s metaphorical. It’s not. He is utterly unprepared for the burden he’s found himself responsible for.

Twitter would have you believe that it’s a beacon of free speech. Biz Stone would have you believe that inaction is principle. I would ask you to consider the voices that have been silenced. The voices that have disappeared from Twitter because of the hatred and the abuse. Those voices aren’t free. Those voices have been caged. Twitter has become an engine for further marginalizing the marginalized. A pretty hate machine.

Monteiro voices the frustration many of us have with Twitter and its seeming lack of direction and its inability to solved the problems that are so


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'Doom' arrives on Nintendo Switch November...

Turns out that you won't have to wait too long to raze some Hell on your Nintendo Switch. That's because Doom will be released this November 10th, only a few short weeks from now. How's it look? Based on the video below, good and it seems to play jus...

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KRACK Wi-Fi attack threatens all networks: How to...

Researchers have uncovered a Wi-Fi security flaw, dubbed KRACK, that affects nearly any device that uses Wi-Fi, whether or not the network is encrypted. Here's what you can do to stay safe.

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#MeToo becomes a rallying cry for survivors of...

Yesterday, a campaign geared towards demonstrating just how common sexual assault and harassment are began to spread on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram. Alongside the hashtag #MeToo, women began posting their own stories of harassment in response to...

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External Link: Apple Has Already Patched the WPA2...

Security professionals are fretting over the just-disclosed KRACK flaw, which renders all WPA2-protected Wi-Fi networks vulnerable to attack. Fortunately, MacRumors is reporting Apple told iMore’s Rene Ritchie that it has already plugged the vulnerability in the next betas of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Once Apple releases the current betas, likely in the next few days, those fixes will protect the data sent and received on devices running those operating systems, even if the Wi-Fi router itself remains vulnerable. The real concern with KRACK will come with older devices for which patches don’t become available.


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Apple issues third developer betas of iOS 11.1,...

Seemingly skipping macOS High Sierra 10.13.1 for now, Apple has issued new betas of iOS 11.1, watchOS 4,1 and tvOS 11.1 a week after the last revision.

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Review: RHA Dacamp L1 Portable DAC/Amp

One of the perks of writing headphone reviews is the chance we get to introduce readers to companies that make great audio gear they might otherwise never encounter. London-based RHA is one of those companies — already a favorite in the audiophile community, but small enough that you're not likely to see their stuff being used by your fellow commuters on a crowded train. Today we make the introduction with one of RHA's most interesting products — the Dacamp L1. Though it may strain the definition of "portable," it's one of the most versatile and feature-packed portable DAC/amps we've yet seen.{/exp:char_limit}

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A 747 'Supertanker' rains retardant on...

A converted Boeing 747-400 used to fight fires is a great example of old technology reborn with a new purpose. The aircraft, the largest passenger model in Boeing's jumbo lineup, first entered service with Japan Airlines in 1991. After being converte...

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Tesla fires hundreds of employees

The dismissals come at a crucial point for the company, which is pushing to increase vehicle production five-fold and reach a broader market with its new Model 3 sedan. The electric vehicle maker missed targets for producing the lower-cost sedan, manufacturing only 260 last quarter despite a wait list of more than 450,000 customers.

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Report: T-Mobile and Sprint won’t sell off assets...

News today about the upcoming merger of T-Mobile and Sprint suggests that the two wireless providers won’t be selling any of their assets ahead of an announcement that could come as early as later this month.


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Apple posts new developer betas of iOS 11.1, watchOS...

Apple has posted the third developer betas of iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1 and tvOS 11.1.

All can be be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center — if you’re a registered developer, that is. Look for public versions of the betas to be available soon (I’d guess within the week).

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The encryption many major companies rely on has a...

Researchers at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic uncovered a major security vulnerability in RSA keys generated by Infineon Technologies-produced chips. These chips are used in products manufactured by Acer, ASUS, Fujitsu, HP, Lenovo, LG, Sams...

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Apple releases third iOS 11.1, watchOS 4.1, and tvOS...

Apple has released the third iOS 11.1 beta for iPhone and iPad. iOS 11.1 beta includes the return of 3D Touch gestures for multitasking as well as hundreds of new emoji characters including “Woman with Headscarf, Bearded Person, Breastfeeding, Zombie” and plenty more. Apple has also released the third beta versions of watchOS 4.1 beta with Apple Music and Radio streaming as well as tvOS 11.1 beta.


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Space out with planets in Google Maps

Twenty years ago, the spacecraft Cassini launched from Cape Canaveral on a journey to uncover the secrets of Saturn and its many moons. During its mission, Cassini recorded and sent nearly half a million pictures back to Earth, allowing scientists to reconstruct these distant worlds in unprecedented detail. Now you can visit these places—along with many other planets and moons—in Google Maps right from your computer. For extra fun, try zooming out from the Earth until you’re in space!

Very cool.

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Drone footage shows nearly-completed Apple Park

Since the construction of Apple Park began, we've been following the progress thanks to well-done videos taken from drones flying over the facility. We probably won't see these for much longer, so it's always nice to see a new video coming in from Matthew Roberts:

This video shows just how far along all of the final landscaping is. You see that trees are still being installed around the facility, there are some small structures that are still being built, and sports facilities -- basketball and tennis courts -- are being constructed. But the main "spaceship" building is all nicely finished on the exterior, although interior finish work must be ongoing (there are a lot of Porta-Potties lined up at one point near the building...). 

I'm curious to know whether Apple will apply to have the air over Apple Park set aside as a "No Fly Zone", as the skies could quickly fill with drones of...

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Origin's NT-15 Quadro is a slim laptop with pro...

I'm obsessed with lightweight, discrete graphics laptops, especially models that excel at video editing and 3D. So when I first saw Origin's 4.3-pound NT-15 Quadro, equipped with an Intel Core i7-7700HQ processor and NVIDIA professional-level Quadro...

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First iPhone X batch reportedly only contains 46,500...

Enlarge / Is there an emoji to describe frustration if these delays come true?

Reports detailing the first shipment of Apple's $999 iPhone X claim there will be even fewer devices to go around than originally expected. According to a Digitimes report that references news from the Chinese outlet, Apple's manufacturer Foxconn recently began shipping the first round of iPhone Xs to the Netherlands and the United Arab Emirates, but that first batch only included 46,500 devices.

The iPhone X's initial shipment is much lower than previous iPhone models, and some reports suggest the holdup...

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Amazon's selling the 256GB SanDisk Connect...

At $65 off and with wireless streaming capability built in, SanDisk's Connect Wireless Stick is a handy little device to have around.

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Tip: Convert physical Blu-ray and DVD discs to...

The expansion of Movies Anywhere to new studios and services has, in a roundabout way, enabled a new capability: You can now scan physical DVDs and Blu-rays that you own, and for a small fee convert them into authentic, legitimate iTunes Store purchases. AppleInsider explains how to do it.

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Telegram fined after refusing to provide user data...

Back in June, we reported on the struggles that messaging app Telegram was having with the Russian government. Russia asked Telegram to hand over confidential user data because it claimed terrorists have been using the service to plan attacks. Now, t...

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Analyst: the iPhone 7 is selling better than the...

KeyBanc analyst John Vinh tells clients that carrier store surveys show Apple’s iPhone 7 outsells the newer iPhone 8. He adds that store feedback indicates customers waiting to see the iPhone X before deciding on a new model. 

Modest iPhone 8 offers from carriers could also drive down device sales, according to the analyst. Finally, while iPhone 8 starts from $699 in the U.S., iPhone 7 is retailing from $549 after a recent price cut.

On the flip side, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo has looked at data available since the release of the iPhone 8 models last month and says that sales of the iPhone 8 Plus have been "better than expected."

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News: Apple hit with nearly $440M judgment in...

After losing in its patent dispute trial with VirnetX, Apple has been hit with a $439.7 million judgment after a U.S. district court denied all of the company’s motions, TechCrunch reports. That figure is higher than the original $368.2 million ruling against Apple from the 2012 trial, but less than the $625 million figure in last year’s decision. On a separate track, all four of the patents in question — which have ties to Apple’s…

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WPA-2 Wi-Fi encryption has been hacked

Oh, great. The encryption method used to protect most wireless networks -- Wi-Fi Protected Access II (WPA-2) -- has been hacked, and it has the possibility of affecting all major computer platforms. KRACK (short for "Key Reinstallation Attack"  is the name of the flaw that has been exploited, and it makes it possible for those attacking a network to eavesdrop on any network traffic between an access point and a device.

At this point, Microsoft and Google have both acknowledged the issue, with Microsoft releasing an update today that should take care of the issue in its flagship Windows operating system, while Google's Pixel devices will receive an update next month. There's no word from Apple yet on whether or not the company knows if iOS and macOS are safe; we'll pass along any notification from Apple if and when it...

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: SanDisk Amazon Gold Box, Anker...

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Apple on the hook for $439.7 million to VirnetX over...

A series of motions by Apple in court challenging the validity of a ruling in favor of patent aggregator VirnetX have been denied, with Apple facing a $439.7 million dollar penalty -- but there are still appeals of judgements to be made, as well as the conclusion of a patent invalidation process which may wipe the slate clean.

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Supreme Court will hear challenge to Microsoft'...

Microsoft may have won its fight to protect overseas data from American search warrants, but it can't rest easy. The Supreme Court has agreed to hear the Department of Justice's petition to review the case, virtually guaranteeing that the case will s...

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Eddy Cue: Apple Pay in development for India

In an interview with Livemint published today, Apple senior executive Eddy Cue revealed that Apple Pay is in the works for India. Cue told Livemint that "We're working on it, but no date to announce at this point. We life to announce a date that we know is a 100 percent." 

Photo of Eddy Cue via Livemint

Cue brought up that Apple Pay has been quite difficult to scale globally, so it deals with one market at a time. For each launch, Apple must negotiate with local banks and card issuers and that's been problematic as Apple takes a small fee for each transaction. 

Apple really needs to pay attention to the India market, as it's second only to China in population....

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External Link: Apple Offering Free MacBook Pro...

If you own a mid-2012 or early-2013 MacBook Pro with Retina display that qualifies for battery service (check via  > About This Mac > System Report > Hardware > Power > Health Information), you can get it for free from Apple if you’re willing to wait a month. Apple has told Genius Bar employees and Apple Authorized Service Providers to offer a free battery repair if the customer is willing to wait until at least 15 November 2017. If you need a new battery sooner, you’ll have to pay standard out-of-warranty battery repair rates: $199 in the United States, £199 in the United Kingdom, $289 in Australia, and $259 in Canada.


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What is Intel Coffee Lake?

Intel's 8th-generation "Coffee Lake" CPUs are now on the market. These chips come with a modest bump in CPU frequency, but the big news is that Intel is finally adding 6-core processors to its mainstream i7 and i5 lines. More cores means these chips...

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News: Cue talks Apple plans to bring more Indian...

During a tour of India that included meeting with Bollywood stars and the announcement of new Mac labs at KM Music Conservatories, Apple SVP Eddy Cue said the company has a big interest in bringing more Indian music to Apple Music and introducing it to the outside world, The Economic Times of India reports. Apple has been pushing to enter India’s market on multiple fronts, and Cue said Apple is working with new and existing artists to make sure…

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iPhone X, pent up demand predicted to drive Apple...

An analyst has mixed feelings about the iPhone X pricing and release schedule, and believes that it may drive Apple's valuation to new heights -- but if it is not well accepted, then it will eat into the company's earnings for years to come.

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Owner of dozens of malls says they won’t be open on...

I think this is a great idea. We’ll all be madly shopping soon enough. Let Thanksgiving not be one of those days.

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External Link: iFixit CEO Explains Why Repairs Are...

iFixit has spent years compiling repair guides for all of Apple’s products, including the new iPhone 8, which iFixit flew to Australia to obtain in order to publish a guide before most of the rest of the world had woken up. iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens sat down with Adam Minter of Bloomberg for an interview in which he extolled the virtues of repair, including the creation of blue-collar jobs, sales of replacement parts, and reducing overload on the vendor. Wiens points out that Apple has 500 repair shops to service 1 billion iPhones. His best line in the article comes in response to Apple claiming it designs for durability, not repairability: “It seems a little bit detached from reality to say that we design products not to break that have glass on both sides and come out of your pocket 10 times per day.”


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Apple's Eddy Cue says Apple Pay coming to India...

Apple Pay is in development for India, senior Apple executive Eddy Cue revealed in an interview published on Monday -- though there's no indication of when it will go live.

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External Link: Early Facebook Employees Feeling...

Facebook is bigger than ever, but some former employees are despairing about its impact on the world. “Most of the early employees I know are totally overwhelmed by what this thing has become,” an early ex-Facebook employee told Vanity Fair’s Nick Bilton. Speaking of Facebook’s potential impact on the 2016 election, one employee told Bilton, “I lay awake at night thinking about all the things we built in the early days and what we could have done to avoid the product being used this way.” Those close to Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg are afraid he’s losing touch with reality, becoming a “modern-day Howard Hughes.”


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Voice Assistants Will Be Difficult To Fire

mirandakatz writes: As voice assistants crop up left and right, consumers are facing a decision: Are you an Alexa? A Google Assistant? A Siri? Choose wisely -- because once you pick one voice assistant, it'll be difficult to switch. As Scott Rosenberg writes at Backchannel, "If I want to switch assistants down the line, sure, I can just go out and buy another device. But that investment of time and personal data isn't so easy to replace... Right now, all these assistants behave like selfish employees who think they can protect their jobs by holding vital expertise or passwords close to their chests. Eventually , the data that runs the voice assistant business is going to have to be standardized."


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Can an iPad Pro replace your PC?

In 2016, Apple believed its professional-grade tablet, the iPad Pro, was ready for the big time. Phil Schiller even described the machine as "the ultimate PC replacement" when describing the product onstage. The company's own advertisements claimed t...

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Irvue for macOS

I’m a big fan of Unsplash and this desktop app lets you tap into their collection of gorgeous images.

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Microsoft already has a fix for that severe WiFi...

The "Krack Attack" WiFi encryption security flaw is more than a little frightening, but you should already be relatively safe if you're using a recent Windows PC. Microsoft has released a patch that fixes the vulnerability on all supported versions o...

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Deals: 128GB 9.7" iPad for $399 ($30 off); 2017...

Mid-October deals on iPads and MacBook Pros have just launched starting with 128GB 9.7" iPads for as low as $399. Apple's current 13" MacBook Pro with Touch Bar is also on sale for $1,699 this week, while the high-end Late 2016 15" MacBook Pro with Radeon 455 graphics is $700 off with no tax outside NY and NJ.

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News: Qualcomm sues to stop Apple’s iPhone sales,...

In its latest attack on Apple in their ongoing legal back and forth, Qualcomm has asked China to ban the sale and production of iPhones, Bloomberg reports. Qualcomm filed the new suit in Beijing’s intellectual property court, once again claiming patent infringement on technology that controls the iPhone’s 3D Touch and power management capabilities, according to Christine Trimble, a company spokeswoman. “Apple employs technologies invented…

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Apple hit with $439.7M in damages over VirnetX...

We may have finally reached the finale in Apple’s years-long patent case with VirnetX. The firm announced on Monday that it was awarded $439.7 million in its case against Apple over patents it claims Apple used for iMessage and FaceTime.


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Apple Maps gains public transit directions for...

Apple has introduced public transit directions for Maps users in Ireland, confirming recent signs that it was about to do so.

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iPhone 7 is outselling the iPhone 8, claims analyst...

Surveys of sales through carrier stores suggest that last year’s iPhone 7/Plus is outselling the new iPhone 8/Plus in the U.S. and UK. The claim is made by KeyBanc Capital Markets analyst John Vinh in a client note.

iPhone 8 sales will be limited by those waiting instead for the iPhone X, but KeyBanc says that two other factors are at play …


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News: Apple expands Apple Pay Cash testing to retail...

After encouraging some of its corporate employees in the U.S. to test Apple Pay Cash on iOS 11.1, Apple has expanded trial use of the person-to-person money transfer system to retail employees, MacRumors reports. The feature is still absent from the iOS 11.1 developer betas, but Apple’s retail retail employees have been given access to both the beta and “an additional internal-only beta profile to unlock the Apple Pay Cash feature.”…

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IDC predicts Huawei will knock Apple into third...

IDC has predicted that Chinese brand Huawei will overtake Apple in global market share either this year or next.

Huawei is already nipping at Apple’s heels, with an 11.3% share against Apple’s 12% – and IDC believes that a new AI chipset could boost sales of the Chinese brand enough to take the iPhone maker’s current second place in the rankings …


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News: Report: Apple considering offering stylus-...

After debuting the Apple Pencil for the iPad Pro two years ago, the company is reportedly considering making its iPhones compatible with some form of stylus as early as 2019, The Investor reports. While Steve Jobs was famously against introducing a stylus with his touchscreen devices, Apple released the Apple Pencil aimed at artists and designers to mostly warm reviews. Apple also added handwriting and markup functions in iOS 11, making the Apple…

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Landscaping, complete visitor's center...

The latest round of drone footage shot in October of Apple Park demonstrates a fully complete visitor's center, plus the massive effort it has taken to bring the landscaping up to where it stands currently.

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News: Apple reportedly moving to FaceID for all 2018...

Well-connected KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims Apple will abandon TouchID entirely in its 2018 iPhones, opting to use FaceID instead for all models, 9to5Mac reports. Kuo previously said FaceID’s fate was dependent on how users reacted to the feature in the iPhone X, but he now believes the device’s 3D sensing capabilities will be a “key selling point” for Apple, allowing the company to “capitalize on its clear lead in 3D sensing…

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Patent trollin’: VirnetX gets a win against Apple in...

VirnetX Holding Company, an Internet security software and technology company (and, by most considerations, a “patent troll”), reports that on Sept. 29, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Tyler Division, entered a final judgement regarding post-trial motions resulting from the prior $302.4 million jury verdict for the company in its ongoing patent infringement battle with Apple.

The court denied all of Apple's motions: motion for judgment as a matter of law of non-infringement, motion for judgment as a matter of law on damages, motion for a new trial on infringement, and motion for a new trial on damages. The Court granted all VirnetX's motions; motion for willful infringement and enhanced the royalty rate during the willfulness period by 50 percent, from $1.20 to $1.80, awarding VirnetX enhanced damages in the amount of $41,271,364.80 against Apple thereby, granting VirnetX a total sum of $343,699,314.80 in pre-interest damages.


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Eddy Cue promises India Apple Pay, teases ‘future...

India-based business newspaper Mint has published a new interview with Apple SVP Eddy Cue where he talked about Apple’s plans for the country including mobile payments, original content, and more. Cue stopped short of giving a launch date, but detailed that Apple Pay was on the roadmap for India…


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First shipment of Apple's iPhone X limited to...

Apple's main assembly partner, Foxconn, recently sent out its first shipment of the iPhone X -- but that batch included just 46,500 units, according to one report.

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Microsoft revamping Outlook for Mac to look more...

Microsoft is working on a major redesign of both Outlook for Mac and its Windows counterpart. The aim is to simplify the user-interface, bringing it more into line with the iOS app. The iOS app was redesigned back in July.

Key changes are a single-line ribbon and a smaller set of default commands shown …


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Alleged 'KRACK Attack' vulnerability...

A set of six collegiate researchers are set to unveil details on a Key Reinstallation Attack (KRACK Attack) for WPA-2 Wi-Fi security, which if legitimate can allow attackers to undermine encryption on any wi-fi connection utilizing the security method -- including Apple hardware connecting to Airport Extreme and Airport Express routers. AppleInsider explains what it is, and how to cut down on the potential for attack until patches are rolled out.

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KeyBanc Capital Markets says Apple will report...

KeyBanc Capital Markets has raised its rating for Apple shares to “overweight” from “sector weight,” predicting the company will report better-than-expected earnings next year, reports CNBC.

"Apple's introduction of iPhone X at a $999 entry price, its increase to iPhone 8/8+ prices, and its change to storage step-up pricing collectively represent a more aggressive strategy to segment its customer base and extract incremental gross profit from its users than we previously expected," the firm's analyst, Andy Hargreves, said in a note to clients.

Apple shares rose 0.9% in Monday's premarket session after the report. Hargreaves initiated a $187 price target for Apple shares, representing 19% upside to Friday's close.

"Apple's most inelastic customers are likely to be the ones who look to purchase the iPhone X first," he wrote. "Assuming supply...

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Hands-on: Apple’s newest Lightning Dock looks great...

Apple’s Lightning Dock is a handy iPhone accessory in a post headphone jack world. The Lightning Dock, which incorporates its own 3.5mm port, is designed to allow you to charge your iPhone and listen to music via headphones simultaneously.

The latest-generation Lightning Dock is a not a new product, but the new gold color option is. Supplanting the previous yellow gold and rose gold colors, the updated metallic hue is specifically matched against the refined gold color of the iPhone 8. Watch our brief hands-on video to see how the new color looks. more…

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Only 47,000 iPhone Xs reportedly produced in the...

Apple manufacturer Foxconn has begun shipping iPhone X devices out of China, but the first batch “only” totals around 47,000 units, according to Digitimes.

Foxconn has ramped up its iPhone X output from 100,000 to 400,000per week, but supply still lags behind demand, the article adds. The premium iPhone has reportedly experienced production delays due to its OLED panel and difficulties producing one part of its 3D sensor system. Ordering will start on Oct. 27, and they’ll ship Nov. 3. The iPhone X will come in 64GB and 256GB models with pricing starting at $999.

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Design Your Dream Home with Live Home 3D from...

Have you ever dreamed of designing a home that’s perfect for you? Perhaps you have an idea for an addition to your current home that you’d like to visualize. Whatever your home ideas are, you can bring them to life with Live Home 3D for Mac  (US$29.99) and Windows from BeLight Software.

Begin by creating a detailed 2D floor plan by literally dragging out rooms to the desired dimensions using the Room tool and placing them where you want them to be. The Arc and Straight Wall tools provide ways to create the walls for your dream home, which can then be rendered in beautiful 3D. Live Home 3D allows the creation of homes up to two stories tall with a loft; should you require additional floors, Live Home 3D Pro ($69.99) adds unlimited floors, a 2D elevation view, and superior export quality, as well as...

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News: Daily Deal: The Complete iOS 11 Developer...

In our iLounge Deal for today, you can pick up The Complete iOS 11 Developer Course + iOS Mastery Bundle for only $29. With over 230 hours of Apple development instruction covering the newest iOS, watchOS, and tvOS software releases, this course will teach you everything you need to build great apps. The Ultimate tvOS Guide for Beginners will teach you to code for Apple’s set-top box in Swift 3, while the watchOS Beginner Crash Course will get…

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Latest Apple Park drone video shows sports courts...

The latest 4K drone footage of Apple Park from Matthew Roberts shows some more finishing touches being carried out following completion of the main construction tasks.

We can see sports courts being built, adding to the on-site gym facilities already in place, along with paths being paved and more trees being added …


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∞ Watch a 200 foot truck make an impossibly tight...

[VIDEO] File this under truck/turbine/bridge porn. Be sure to keep an eye on those rear wheels.

Amazing. Riveting. Video embedded in main Loop post.

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Apple HomePod: 3 lingering questions

Dan Moren, Macworld:

Smart speakers are here, and they’re not going away anytime soon. In the last month or so alone, Amazon has rolled out an entirely new lineup of its Echo devices while Google has supplemented its standard Google Home with both a smaller and larger version. Even Microsoft has gotten into the game, with a Cortana-based smart speaker from Harman Kardon, and multiroom audio purveyor Sonos has announced an Alexa-based model of one of its speakers shipping later this month.

And in all that time, Apple has sat quietly, saying nothing more about its upcoming HomePod than was announced at this summer’s Worldwide Developers Conference. The company didn’t so much as mention its smart speaker during its event last month, though to be fair it had little time with the occasion packed full of iPhones as it was.

That means that with only a couple months left before the HomePod is out on the market, there are still more than a few questions about Apple’s...

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Using math to design a more accurate measuring cup

If you love to cook, check out this kickstarter. Smart design let’s you measure ingredients more accurately. Not sure I’d lay out $24 for a measuring cup, but I know cooks/mixologists who would jump on this.

The math and the story behind the design are both interesting.

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The impossible dream of USB-C

Marco Arment:

I love the idea of USB-C: one port and one cable that can replace all other ports and cables. It sounds so simple, straightforward, and unified.

In practice, it’s not even close.


USB-C normally transfers data by the USB protocol, but it also supports Thunderbolt… sometimes. The 12-inch MacBook has a USB-C port, but it doesn’t support Thunderbolt at all.


If you bought a USB-C cable, it might support Thunderbolt, or it might not. There’s no way to tell by looking at it. There’s usually no way to tell whether a given USB-C device requires Thunderbolt, either — you just need to plug it in and see if it works.

This goes on and on. The most frustrating part of all this is the opacity of it all. All the details hidden. True for both ports and cables.

Be sure to scroll down to the end for conclusion. Marco nails this.


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Here’s a deal! A lifetime of VPN One Click for $29.99

We like to keep Apple World Today readers safe, which is why we continually find great deals on virtual private network (VPN) services. VPNs encrypt all of your communications on the internet, can hide your IP address, and even make it appear as if you’re on the ‘net in another country. Today’s deal is for a lifetime subscription to VPN One Click for Mac for $29.99 — that’s 88 percent off the usual price of $250.00.

VPN One Click uses PPTP at 128-bit encryption or the L2TP/IPSEC protocol at 256-bit encryption. The company has servers in 29 countries so you can avoid filters, access just about any website without being tracked, and maintain privacy on every network connection. One Click does not log your usage and also provides a mobile version you can run on your favorite iOS device for just $19.99.

As with many...

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Apple Maps now offers public transit directions for...

In the latest update to Apple Maps, public transit directions have been added for Ireland. Steve Troughton-Smith wryly commented that the update had arrived just in time for the weather to shut down public transport in the country …


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Elon Musk calls someone a nerd

Over the weekend, Elon Musk had a Reddit AMA (Ask Me Anything). If you are into cars or rockets, this is an exceptional read, full of nerdy detail.

But this one back and forth moment jumped out at me:

  • Q: The concept of an internet connection on Mars is kinda awesome. You could theoretically make an internet protocol that would mirror a subset of the internet near Mars. A user would need to queue up the parts of the internet they wanted available and the servers would sync the relevant data. There could be a standard format for pages to be Mars renderable since server-side communication is impractical.

  • ELON MUSK: Nerd.

Musk does go on to answer the question, but I loved the response. Musk is human.

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Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announces Woz U,...

The Woz is endeavoring to bring more affordable tech education your way.

Last week, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak announced the formation of Woz U, an online university designed to make tech education more affordable.

He stated that while the current plan is for web-based classes in the near term, the long-term plan is to bring physical campuses to more than 30 cities throughout the U.S. and around the world.

The initiative is geared to benefit both students and businesses alike, allowing for a larger source of trained tech workers that can be hired.

“Our goal is to educate and train people in employable digital skills without putting them into years of debt,” said Wozniak. “People often are afraid to choose a technology-based career because they think they can’t do it. I know they can, and I want to show them how.”

An app has also been created to help identify the best education track for each potential student.

Current programs will...

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Apple expands Apple Pay Cash beta testing to...

Apple has reportedly expanded an internal test of its forthcoming Apple Pay Cash technology to include its retail employees, which suggests that it may be ready for public release in the near future.

Apple began rolling out the feature to retail employees today, asking workers to install the latest iOS 11.1 beta and a special device certificate in order to enable the P2P function. Employees taking part in the internal evaluation are required to whitelist iCloud accounts in order to use the service.

Signs of the expanded Apple Pay Cash test emerged last week when select corporate staff were granted access to the upcoming feature.

Recent screenshots include setup screens, wherein users are asked to verify their identify by providing a full name, address, social security number and date of birth. According to Apple, the information will be verified using an unnamed identity verification service.

Apple Pay Cash was unveiled at the Worldwide Developers...

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Apple files for a patent for ‘routing based on...

Apple has been granted a patent (number 20170292840) for “routing based on detected stops” that would allow the Maps app on an iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch or CarPlay-based system to detect and re-route your trip based on continually updated traffic info.

Compatible with iPhone 5 and later models, CarPlay provides a simplified way to use your iPhone interface on a car’s touch screen, giving users access to Siri voice controls, as well as Apple Maps, Apple Music, Phone, Messages, and a variety of third party apps.

Here’s Apple’s summary of the invention: “In some implementations, a mobile device can transmit traffic information to a server for analysis. The traffic information can include movement information including detected stops and durations of detected stops. The traffic information can be analyzed to detect traffic patterns that indicate locations of stop signs and/or stop lights. The traffic information can be analyzed to determine durations of stops at stop...

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Foxconn ships first iPhone X models out of China,...

The first batch of iPhone X units have finally been shipped out of China, according to local site Xinhuanet.

They are said to be destined for two different countries, with a combined shipment of just 46,500 phones. This is (fairly obviously) reported to be a much smaller batch than that for previous models …


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Why we can’t have nice things: WiFi is now broken

Dan Goodin, Ars Technica:

An air of unease set into the security circles on Sunday as they prepared for the disclosure of high-severity vulnerabilities in the Wi-Fi Protected Access II protocol that make it possible for attackers to eavesdrop Wi-Fi traffic passing between computers and access points.

The proof-of-concept exploit is called KRACK, short for Key Reinstallation Attacks. The research has been a closely guarded secret for weeks ahead of a coordinated disclosure that’s scheduled for 8 a.m. Monday, east coast time.

That reveal is scheduled for a few minutes from now. This is real “sky is falling” news, basically impacting the majority of WiFi using folk who use WPA2 to protect their WiFi connections.

More from the article:

The vast majority of existing access points aren’t likely to be patched quickly, and some may not be patched at all. If initial reports are accurate that encryption bypass exploits are easy and reliable in the WPA2...

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How to use the new editing tools in macOS High Sierra

Photos in macOS High Sierra helps you keep your growing library organized, accessible, and good looking. New intuitive editing tools help you polish your images. Click the trianglenext to a tool to fine-tune a photo and you'll be given several options.

Click Filters, then try Vivid to make colors more vibrant, Dramatic for great contrast, or Silvertone for a timeless black and white filter.

You can select Enhance to improve your photo with a click. You can use Smart Sliders for quick editing.

Brilliance, a slider in Light, automatically brightens dark areas and pulls in highlights to reveal hidden detail and make your photo look richer. The Color editing tool allows you to adjust saturation, color contrast, and color cast.

You can add some drama by taking the color out with the Black & White tool. Fine-tune intensity and tone, or add grain for a film-quality black-and-white effect.

White Balance allows you to choose between Neutral Gray, Skin...

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Wifi WPA2 security cracked: Android & Linux most...

WPA2 – the encryption standard that secures all modern wifi networks – has been cracked. An attacker could now read all information passing over any wifi network secured by WPA2, which is most routers, both public and private.

Android and Linux are particularly vulnerable, being described as ‘trivial’ to attack, but all other platforms are vulnerable too, including iOS and macOS …


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Protect your privates with DefenderPad for laptops

Do laptops and similar devices give off harmful radiation? Maybe. Some scientific evidence suggests that close exposure to laptop EMR emissions may cause a number of health concerns, particularly to young children who have less dense tissue and bone than adults. 

Laptops, especially those with Wi-Fi capabilities, emit electromagnatic radiation. Though the chances of getting cancer from using laptops on your lap is yet to be related to cancer as a cause by any of the studies so far, it is known that EMF radiation can cause fertility problems, cellular damage or DNA mutation, as well as create skin problems. So why take a chance?

If you use a laptop, chances are that it's sitting in your lap -- and next to some delicate body parts -- for minutes, even hours, at a time. You'll need a good lap desk, so might as well get one that's custom built to block radiation.

That's where the $99.99...

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Notable apps and app updates for Oct. 16, 2017

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Hospital for Special Surgery (HSS) has launched LupusMinder, a free app designed to help anyone with lupus track medications, daily symptoms and appointments. It was co-developed by the rheumatology, social work and digital communications departments at HSS, with significant input from people living with lupus. Additionally, the app was supported in part by the HSS Academy of Rheumatology Medical Educators.

macOS Apps/Updates

St. Clair Software has updated App Tamer, its Mac utility for managing applications to yield more efficient CPU usage, increased battery life and quieter operation. 

The utility’s AutoStop capability...

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Sunday October 15

Microsoft Office 2016 15.39

Improves the Visual Basic Editor in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. ($149.99 new, free update)


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Politifact inadvertently hosted a digital currency...

You might expect a pirate website to use something as shady as a secret cryptocurrency miner, but that's now becoming a problem with above-board sites -- and it's not on purpose. Politifact visitors have discovered that the site was inadvertently hos...

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Live Home 3D 3.3

Adds compatibility with macOS 10.13 High Sierra and new 3D models of people, animals and fireplaces. ($29.99 new, free update, 328 MB)


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Coal power plant closures ramp up in spite of White...

The Trump administration may hope that it can reverse coal power's decline by ending the Clean Power Plan and other eco-friendly efforts, but the industry's moves suggest otherwise. Luminant has announced plans to close three major coal plants in Te...

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Coda 2.6.8

Resolves a crash when opening files in macOS 10.13 High Sierra. ($99 new, free update, 89.1 MB)


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Windows 10's data collection allegedly violates...

Microsoft has already caught flak over claims that Windows 10's data collection is still overly aggressive, but it's now facing a direct legal challenge over how it handles your info. The Netherlands' Data Protection Authority has determined that Wi...

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Apple's Tim Cook Shares What He Learned From...

Speaking at Oxford, Apple CEO Tim Cook shared a lesson learned from the "spectacular" commercial failure of the Power Mac G4 Cube in 2000 -- and from his mentor Steve Jobs. An anonymous reader quotes Business Insider:
"It was a very important product for us, we put a lot of love into it, we put enormous engineering into it," Cook said of the G4 Cube on stage. He calls it an "engineering marvel." At the time, Cook was Apple Senior VP of Worldwide Operations, recruited personally by then-CEO Steve Jobs... While the design was a hit, it was $200 more expensive than the regular Power Mac G4, a more traditional-looking PC with very similar specs. And some Cubes would develop cosmetic cracks in the acrylic cube casing due to a manufacturing flaw. In his talk, Cook says that Apple knew the Cube was flopping "from the very first day, almost..."
Ultimately, Cook says, it was a lesson in humility and pride. Apple had told both employees and customers that the G4 Cube was the...

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Android's 'instant' apps are now...

Right now, Google's instant Android apps don't quite live up to their billing. Google has to load support for every possible device, which can slow down access to the app and chew up valuable space. That shouldn't be an issue going forward. Google...

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SoundSource 3.0.2

Fixes a couple of bugs for the sound preferences tool. ($10 new, free update, 3.6 MB)


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The best 4K TV on a budget

By Chris Heinonen

This post was done in partnership with Wirecutter, reviews for the real world. When readers choose to buy Wirecutter's independently chosen editorial picks, they may earn affiliate commissions that support their work. Read the full...

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T-Mobile announces throttling changes for ‘Mobile...

T-Mobile this week announced some changes to its “Mobile Without Borders” initiative. The changes bring a new 5GB data cap to users who are traveling to Canada and Mexico. Mobile Without Borders was originally introduced in 2015 as part of T-Mobile’s Uncarrier program.


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∞ Why photos of the Eiffel Tower at night are Illegal

A weird, annoying quirk of EU and copyright law.

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1Password 6.8.3

Improves communication reliability between 1Password and the Chrome and Firefox Web browsers. ($64.99 new, free update, 48.6 MB)


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UPS dogs

I love dogs but, having been a delivery driver, I know the stress dogs can create. This is a fun Facebook page showing some of the wonderful dogs UPS drivers encounter during their day.

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After Math: Everything sucks

It's another week down and we're all a bit closer to death. Huzzah. While the moron-in-chief continues to systematically dismantle everything good and decent about our country, the tech industry did its part to help hasten that process along. The hea...

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What we know about Animal Crossing on mo...
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Darts of Fury guide - how to rise in the...
Darts of Fury is a new, immensely absorbing darts game from indie studio Yakuto. It's darts in its purest form, but collectible darts and other upgrades give this game an addictive edge that's hard to shake. As your progress out of the beginner... | Read more »
ICEY (Games)
ICEY 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $2.99, Version: 1.0 (iTunes) Description: ICEY is a 2D side-scrolling action game. As you follow the narrator's omnipresent voice, you will see through ICEY's eyes and learn the... | Read more »
The best new games we played this week -...
We've made it, folks. Another weekend is upon us. It's time to sit back and relax with the best new releases of the week. Puzzles, strategy RPGs, and arcade games abound this week. There's a lot of quality stuff to unpack this week, so let's hop... | Read more »
Wheels of Aurelia (Games)
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Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander guide - ti...
Halcyon 6 is a well-loved indie RPG with stellar tactical combat and some pretty good writing, too. It's now landed on the App Store, so mobile fans, if you're itching for a good intergalactic adventure, here's your game. Being a strategy RPG, the... | Read more »
Game of Thrones: Conquest guide - how to...
Fans of base building games might be excited to know that yet another entry in the genre has materialized - Game of Thrones: Conquest. Yes, you can now join the many kingdoms of the famed book series, or create your own, as you try to conquer... | Read more »
Halcyon 6: Starbase Commander (Games)
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Legacy of Discord celebrates its 1 year...
It’s been a thrilling first year for fans of Legacy of Discord, the stunning PvP dungeon-crawling ARPG from YOOZOO Games, and now it’s time to celebrate the game’s first anniversary. The developers are amping up the festivities with some exciting... | Read more »
3 reasons to play Thunder Armada - the n...
The bygone days of the Battleship board game might have past, but naval combat simulators still find an audience on mobile. Thunder Armada is Chinese developer Chyogames latest entry into the genre, drawing inspiration from the explosive exchanges... | Read more »

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Amazon has the 27″ 3.4GHz iMac (MNE92LL/A) on sale today for $1699 including free shipping. Their price is $100 off MSRP, and it’s the lowest price available for this model (except for Apple’s $1529... Read more
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