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Saturday October 15

Apple Pay is coming to Casper customers

Casper — a startup with a line of mattress, sheets, pillow, and dog bed products — is adding Apple Pay. 

"Casper's mission is built on a commitment to an effortless, customer-first approach," says Philip Krim, Casper co-founder and CEO. "We are so thrilled to integrate Apple Pay as a fast and secure way to provide the over-the-top customer service that we pride ourselves on, all while making the entire shopping experience more convenient.”

Apple Pay works with the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone SE and Apple Watch. When paying within apps, Apple Pay is compatible with the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro. It’s also macOS Sierra compatible.

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OmniFocus 2.7.2

Reverts a change that made TaskPaper text the default pasteboard format. ($39.99 new, free update, 29.6 MB)


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FloSports launches apps on the Apple TV

FloSports — a subscription-based streaming network of 12 sites focused on niche sports like track and field, volleyball and even Brazilian jiu-jitsu — has announced new apps available on the Apple TV and Roku platforms that will give consumers direct access to its live events, documentaries, studio shows, highlights and other original video content across its network of sites. 

The FloSports apps are free to download and include both free and premium content. Existing FloPRO subscribers on any FloSports website can view premium content with their existing log-in information, while new users can purchase FloPRO subscriptions via in-app purchases. Yearly subscribers to any FloSports website have universal access to premium content network-wide.

Covering a range of sports from track & field to fastpitch softball, FloSports is adding 2-4 new sports to its network each quarter. Recent launches include FloKO, an...

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WD redesigns its My Passport and My Book hard drives

Western Digital has introduced modern redesigns of its My Passport, My Passport for Mac, and...

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Coen brothers are writing 'Dark Web,' the...

Heads up, Fargo fans: Fox is making a movie called Dark Web about Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht, and the studio enlisted the help of the Coen brothers. The siblings are on board to write the film's screenplay based on the Wired series that tells th...

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The Week in Apple News: Apple Watch Nike+ ship date...

Apple headlines for the week ending Oct. 14, 2016

Waiting for the new Apple Watch Nike+? You won’t have to wait much longer. However, while you’re waiting, check out this slideshow of the top Apple-related headlines from the past week. Click on the link to get more information.

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Video: 5 reasons to upgrade to iPhone 7

Apple spent a year packing a raft of improvements into iPhone 7; AppleInsider spent the past few weeks boiling down which of those matters most. Here are five reasons why you should consider upgrading.

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This week on AI: Apple at the Supreme Court,...

Product rumors took a backseat to the here-and-now this week, as Apple found itself on the defensive at the U.S. Supreme Court, announced plans for new international research and development centers, and coped with the aftermath of a lewd photo scandal in Australia.

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Kigali Amendment reached to cut use of planet-...

Today, more than 170 nations have settled on a plan to cut the use of hydrofluorocarbons (or HFCs), a refrigerant that causes warming in the Earth's atmosphere. Called the Kigali Amendment for the location of negotiations in Rwanda, it's the result o...

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Friday October 14

Deal: Grab Apple's 15" MacBook Pro (2.2GHz...

Apple authorized reseller MacMall is exclusively offering AppleInsider readers an additional 3% off Apple's current 15" MacBook Pro with 512GB of storage, bringing the discount to $166 off MSRP with free shipping.

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Tesla Model S is the best-selling US luxury sedan,...

Third-quarter sales of the Tesla Motors Model S electric sedan surged 59 percent from last year to 9,156 units, the company confirmed to Autoblog today. The sales are about five percent more than our previous third-quarter estimate, since that was a...

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Typinator 6.11

Maintenance release for the text expansion tool resolves several bugs. ($€24.99 new, free update, 8.0 MB)


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The FBI served Google with a secret subpoena

Tucked into Google's latest bi-annual transparency report, the search behemoth quietly revealed that it received a secret subpoena from the FBI sometime during the first half of 2015. While the subpoena itself wasn't necessarily out of the ordinary,...

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What Should be on the Next President's...

When the new president takes up residence at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave., cybersecurity will be on the shortlist for action. What's a president to do? TechNewsWorld asked more than a dozen experts what should be at the top of the new leader of the free world's cyberagenda. Following are some of their responses. "The president has to set the tone early on cybersecurity -- within the first 100 days -- and say right off the bat that this matters," said Sam Curry, chief product officer at Cybereason.

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Xbox Elite controller opens up games to people with...

AbleGamers program director Craig Kaufman knows he's done his job when a kid comes running up to him on a busy convention show floor and screams, "I can stab people now!"

"And I'm like, you shouldn't yell that in public -- but it's exciting," Kaufma...

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Notable apps and app updates for Oct. 14, 2016

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

iOS Apps/Updates

Abson Developments has launched Ding Dong Delivery 1.0. In the free game, the paperboy (that’s you) is all grown up and has graduated to delivering hot slices of pizza around town. Players take control of a huge variety of over 25 vehicles — from tanks to boats, police cruisers and all in between. Drive through towns, army camps, farms and urban cities. The goal is to dodge traffic and deliver as much food as you possibly can.

Jeffrey Yim has introduced Hack the System 1.0. It’s a free hacking game in which players ack into the deepest...

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Tencent to debut live-streaming WeChat drone at end...

Tencent, the Chinese tech giant that owns League of Legends, Supercell Games and WeChat, the most popular messaging app in China, announced on Friday that it will release a consumer quadcopter by the end of October.

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AWT News Update: October 14, 2016

Ending up the week with news of a product launch, Tim Cook on AR, and an Apple Store in the Herald Square flagship Macy's Store in New York:

  • The Apple Watch Nike+ edition will arrive at your local Apple Store on October 28, unless you live in NYC...
  • Tim Cook is bullish on augmented reality, not virtual reality
  • There's an Apple "store within a store" in an iconic Macy's store in NYC

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Hi, this is Steve Sande for Apple World Today, and this is the AWT News Update for October 14, 2016.

Were you drooling at one of the Apple Watch Nike+ versions when they were announced? You’ll only have to wait two more weeks, as...

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US government bans defunct Galaxy Note 7 from all...

On Friday several U.S. safety agencies banned the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 from flights, all but killing the usefulness of the smartphone for the few people willing to hold onto it in spite of fire risks.

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Forget holograms, here's a 'floating e-ink...

The amount of pixels in a display has been the source of forum flamewars since the advent of HDTV, which makes an experimental display technology from the University of Sussex so interesting. It's called JOLED and it measures a whopping 7 x 6 voxels...

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Macy's opens Apple store-within-a-store in New...

As scheduled, Apple's store-within-a-store at the Macy's Herald Square flagship location in New York opened for business on Friday, granting customers access to a selection of tech giant's most popular products.

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Amazon to stream Ghibli-produced 'Ronja, the...

Amazon's children's video offerings are expanding once again. This time it's with an animated version of Ronja, the Robber's Daughter. That name might sound familiar if you were assigned a book report in 5th grade for Astrid Lindgren month but didn't...

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Hands-on: Apple Watch Nike+ special features in...

Apple has teamed up with Nike to create the running-focused Apple Watch Nike+. The special version of the new Series 2 models includes extra benefits like unique band designs and colors, Nike watch faces, and integration with Nike’s specialized running app. The new models begin shipping on October 28, and 9to5Mac had the chance to check out some of the special features that make Apple Watch Nike+ unique.


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Don't panic: Spotify is having problems, but it...

As if this long, dark week couldn't get any worse, Spotify is dealing with some stability issues. Some people are still able to stream music, but plenty of people on Twitter are saying the service is totally down for them. On my end, I can get songs...

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Lawmakers demand answers from White House over Yahoo...

Four dozen members of the US House of Representatives, acting as a bipartisan bloc, have requested that the Obama Administration brief them on allegations that Yahoo improperly scanned user emails at the behest of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillanc...

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Review: Tech Armor FlexProtect and Shock Flex for...

Tech Armor's FlexProtect ($13) and Shock Flex ($18) are cases for iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus that show just how far the market has come over the years. Both FlexProtect and Shock Flex are polycarbonate/TPU cases which offer proper cutouts and responsive button coverage. FlexProtect is a clear case, while Shock Flex has a frosted back with a honeycomb pattern — other than its back, the case also has slightly more cushion on its darker edges. But both cases are lightweight, and (unfortunately) both cases have the awkward rear cutout to show off the iPhone's Apple logo.{/exp:char_limit}

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How to Enable “Hey Siri” in macOS 10.12 Sierra

If you want to invoke Siri on your Sierra Mac with your voice — no need to click an icon or press a key — read on for instructions from Scholle McFarland’s “Sierra: A Take Control Crash Course” book.


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The Week in iOS Apps: That Dragon, Cancer

A game that will make you cry

An iOS game takes players on a four-year journey into the heart of illness.

That Dragon, Cancer

This might be the only game we’ve seen that makes us want to cry, just by reading the premise. That Dragon, Cancer ($5) is a game—yes—that takes you on Joel Green’s four-year fight against the disease. The makers say, “Using a mix of first-person and third-person perspective, and simple point-and-click interaction, we invite the player to slow down, look around, and immerse themselves in this deeply personal memoir.” The title debuted for the Mac earlier this year. 

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'Secure' apps in Google's Play Store...

Infosec Apple fanboys are not known for their empathy -- either for those who can't afford their holy high fetish of phone security (iPhone) or for those who simply can't stomach the ecosystem's mounting hypocrisies.

But there's one thing on their s...

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Apple's Redesigned London Store Has Untethered...

Apple is putting a lot of faith into its customers' hands. The company is stopping the practice of tethering iPhones to demo desks. (It's a common practice, and pretty much everyone does it for their top smartphones). From a CNET report, which describes Apple's redesigned London store: Perhaps the most interesting feature of the store is that when it opens to the public at the weekend the devices won't be tethered to the tables as they were previously, and are in other stores around the world. Apple says this is to allow people to hold them properly, try cases on them and even see how they feel in your pocket. It's a bold move, especially given the lack of visible security in the building. We couldn't spot a single CCTV camera, although any phone taken out of the store will set off an alarm. If not returned, the phones will also be rendered unusable.


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Friday 5: Focus peaking on the iPhone with Mavis...

Welcome to the first edition of Friday 5. This is a feature post that I plan on airing regularly to briefly highlight five apps each week. These don’t necessarily have to be new apps or popular apps, but are releases that contain at least one notable feature that I’d like to highlight.

In this week’s edition, you’ll find a video editing app that’s great for voiceovers, a filmmaking app that’s exceptional at focusing, and a Reddit app that features handy 3D Touch quick action shortcuts to your favorite subreddits. more…

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US bans Samsung Galaxy Note 7 on all flights

In the wake of Samsung's global recall of the Galaxy Note 7, the US has now banned the device on all aircraft, even if they're turned off. Previously, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) only issued a warning to have passengers keep the phones...

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Samsung introduces a gilded, more powerful Galaxy...

While your smartphone is headed back to meet its maker, Samsung is rolling out a flashier Gold Edition of its already svelte Galaxy TabPro S tablet. It's been less than a year since the PC replacement debuted, and Samsung is already jumping on the go...

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U.S. to ban all Samsung Note 7 phones on airline...

I suppose you could see this coming, but I still find the whole thing incredible. Will Apple reap this windfall? Will Google’s new Pixel phone?

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Germany urges Tesla owners to use extreme caution...

Tesla's "Autopilot" feature (a driver assistance tool rather than something that truly lets the car drive itself) has come under fire in recent months. Earlier this year, a car using Autopilot was involved in a fatal accident, causing a host of inves...

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Apps: App Diary: Batman - The Telltale Series, Oz:...

Batman — The Telltale Series ($5) — Telltale Games’ new Batman title got off to a slightly rocky start a few weeks ago, with many users reporting bugs, lags, and crashes uncharacteristic of the company’s normally solid titles. Fortunately, a couple of subsequent updates have rectified most of these, although you’re still going to need a fairly modern device to properly enjoy the game — the company recommends at least an iPhone…

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News: Tech Armor Protect Giveaway

iLounge and Tech Armor are giving away a 2-Protect Bundle to 200 lucky winners. Each winner will receive a Tech Armor Shock Flex Case in Frosted Black and Ballistic Glass Screen Protector. Protect Your iPhone 7 for Every Adventure The TECH ARMOR Way! Protect your iPhone 7 against bumps, drops, and everything we put our phones through. Precision lift ensures your iPhone 7 display doesn't scratch when face down. The Shock Flex Case snaps on easily,…

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The Public Access Weekly: Fix up look sharp

Admittedly, I am extremely late to the party here but we just started watching Mr.Robot and holy cow is that ever a great show! I'm not sure I've ever been so impressed by the USA Network. It more than makes up for the turn that Gotham has taken thi...

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White House encourages local governments to embrace...

The Obama Administration receives thousands of emails, phone calls and letters every day. And, since August, American citizens have been able to contact the president through Facebook as well, thanks the the White House's Messenger bot. Now, the admi...

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Apple adds iPhone 4, 2010 13" MacBook Air to...

All iPhone 4 models, the 2010 13-inch MacBook Air, third-generation AirPort Extreme, and mid-2009 AirPort Time Capsule will be added to Apple's vintage and discontinued list, as of Oct. 31.

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Note 7 debacle costs Samsung $5.3 billion

Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Friday said it expected to take a hit to its operating profit of about $3 billion over the next two quarters due to the discontinuation of its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 smartphone.

The outlook brings to about $5.3 billion the total losses the global smartphone leader has forecast as a result of the overheating issues, after it said on Wednesday it would suffer a $2.3 billion hit to third-quarter profit.

That’s just the hit you can see. There is no telling how much this will affect the sales of other products—if consumer confidence fades, this could get worse.

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Report: Salesforce, last remaining company in...

After reports that Google, Apple, and the Walt Disney Company have pulled out of the running bid to acquire Twitter, the company’s plans to conclude negotiations before their Q3 earnings have been looking a lot less likely to happen. Today that dream looks even more abysmal  as Salesforce’s CEO Marc Benioff told The Financial Times that they walked away from the bid citing that it “wasn’t the right fit for us”. Salesforce was the last company out of the originally reported bidders.


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Yahoo revived email forwarding so you can finally...

After Yahoo disabled automatic mail forwarding earlier this week, the internet company has flipped the feature back on for all users. The company told Engadget that the move was part of "previously planned maintenance to improve its functionality bet...

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FabFocus brings iPhone 7 camera Depth Effect to...

Using advanced facial recognition A.I., FabFocus detects people in the foreground and automatically blurs what it distinguishes as the background. It’s that easy to take an amazing portrait with a professional depth of field effect.

The app will be released next week. This is going to be very popular.

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Salesforce CEO says no to Twitter bid

It's official. Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff told Financial Times that it will not be bidding on Twitter. On news that the CRM company was pulling out of the running, the social network's stocks tumbled six percent.

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Sony pledges to launch over five iOS games by March...

Sony on Friday revealed that it's developing over five new games for iOS and Android, competing against Nintendo for a share of the increasingly important mobile gaming world.

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Google search results now include full localized...

Google has been putting election-related information right at its users' fingertips in recent months -- the company made it easier to register to vote, has state-specific details on how to vote right in search results and it now highlights fact-check...

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Kick back, relax and enjoy a master window...

This is amazing. Most of us have handwriting that is barely legible yet this guy is doing beautiful calligraphy, handheld, on a large scale.

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HP Debuts Flashy New Computers

Watch out, Apple. HP on Wednesday introduced a new generation of premium computer products that could generate the kind of excitement in the market that's usually the domain of the folks at One Infinite Loop. Among the new HP offerings are a new tablet-laptop convertable, a svelte laptop, an innovative all-in-one model, and a 4k display designed for dual screen setups. "HP has absolutely raised their bar in design, quality and performance," said Patrick Moorhead, principal analyst at Moor Insights and Strategy.

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Brain-fixing injectable wires will soon be tested on...

Last year, a team of Harvard University researchers revealed that they created a wire mesh doctors can inject into the brain to help treat Parkinson's and other neurological diseases. They already successfully tested it on live mice, but now that tec...

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The best webcams

By Kimber Streams

This post was done in partnership with The Wirecutter, a list of the best technology to buy. Read the full article here.

If you need a webcam for video calls, streaming, or recording, we recommend the Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920....

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How to get the lowest prices on Apple's 2016 12...

Apple's 2016 12" MacBooks are a popular choice for those seeking a highly portable computer -- and this week AI has teamed up with Apple's top authorized resellers to offer the lowest prices anywhere on a wide assortment of available configurations, including options with and without AppleCare protection.

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Drones are delivering blood to hospitals in Rwanda

In Rwanda, transporting critical medicine and blood can be difficult if the patient is in a remote location. Heavy downpours can wash out the roads, and local hospitals are often too small to stock everything their doctors might need. Now, the Rwanda...

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Billings Pro: Simple time-tracking and invoicing for...

Thanks to Marketcircle, makers of Billings Pro for sponsoring The Loop this week.

Tired of manually creating invoices and keeping track of your time slips with spreadsheets? Billings Pro is a simple time-tracking and invoicing app for the Mac, iPad, iPhone & Apple Watch. It’s used by lawyers, consultants, photographers, graphic designers & more all over the world.

Track time from any Apple device – whether you’re at the office, working at a coffee shop, or tracking time for an on-site client meeting. Whip up invoices lightening fast from your Mac, iPhone, or iPad. Choose from over 30 professional templates on the Mac or customize your own. Keep track of overdue invoices, set recurring invoices, and add client payments no matter where you are.

New in Billings Pro is the Mini Timer on the iPhone. Now you can start, pause, or resume a...

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Google Photos begins creating animations from videos...

Google is flexing more of its AI muscles in Google Photos, promising to do much of the work for you when it comes to fixing images, finding memories, or making cute animations you’ll want to share with friends and family.

In the latest Google Photos update, the app will begin to ping you about pictures that are sideways but need an adjustment. You’ll then be able to fix them all at once. 

The Keyword

Google Photos will pull together images that it thinks you ought to rotate.

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9to5Toys Lunch Break: iPhone 7/Plus Cases $4.50, App...

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


Luvvitt iPhone 7/Plus cases/screen protectors (multiple colors/styles)...

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Iron Man volunteers to voice Zuckerberg's...

Mark Zuckerberg famously set himself a New Year's goal to create an AI assistant to control his house, and now that it's almost ready, he needs a voice for it. Naturally, Zuck enlisted Facebook's billion-plus users, saying "it's time to give my AI JA...

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10 best mirrorless cameras in 2016

While I love my Nikon D600, I also enjoy using my mirrorless Olympus M1. Mirrorless cameras have their own pros and cons but they are getting better and better and many create images to rival their similarly priced “full sized” rigs.

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Anki's adorable Cozmo robot is hard not to love

As someone raised on science fiction and the dream of advanced artificially intelligent robots, I couldn't help but fall for Anki's Cozmo. But really, that's not much of a surprise. The tiny bot already won me over when I first saw it in action back...

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Even Windows 10 tablets get an Instagram app before...

Instagram brought its filter-driven social network to Windows 10 mobile back in the spring and now it's doing the same for PCs and tablets running Microsoft's OS. The photo and video app is now available for desktops and slates, meaning its now an op...

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Tim Cook's busy (and fun) trip to Japan

Apple CEO Tim Cook (left), translator, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe (right).

Apple CEO Tim Cook gets around, and this past week he was visiting Japan. As head of the most valuable company in the world, Cook gets the diplomatic treatment, and spent part of his time with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe. The Prime Minister chronicled the visit on his official Facebook page, noting that it was Cook's first trip to Japan since becoming CEO and that Apple's new R&D center in Yokohama (Tsunashima Technical Development Center) will open in December of 2016.

Abe pointed out that iOS application development is a vital part of the country's economy, with the youngest developer in the island nation being just 8 years old.

Cook also took a ride on the JRE (Japan Railway East) Yamanote line, paying for the ride with Apple Pay. In a tweet, Cook mentioned that he "Can't wait for our...

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Sony finally set to jump into the mobile gaming...

Sony is set to jump into the iOS/Android mobile gaming space with the announcement five smartphone games slated to hit both platforms by mid 2018. The news comes on the heels of the success of Pokemon Go and Nintendo’s recent appearance at the 2016  Apple keynote with Mario Run. As console platforms drop to the third largest gaming market worldwide, it is clear the big Japanese companies are starting to take smartphone gaming seriously.


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Lost in Sierra: Five Missing Features

macOS 10.12 Sierra doesn’t just contain new features — it also removes some longstanding capabilities that Mac users have grown accustomed to over the years. Read on to discover what you won’t find in Sierra and how to work around those missing capabilities.


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Ken Bone learns about election cycle scrutiny the...

Ken Bone became an internet sensation literally overnight following last Sunday's presidential debate, and as such he's been making the media rounds in a big way (and trying to cash in on his celebrity). Doing the Reddit AMA is a big part of the cycl...

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Apple CEO Tim Cook On Virtual Reality: There's...

As major tech companies ramp up their efforts to develop new technologies to make sense of virtual and augmented reality spaces, one company is noticeably off the game. We're talking about Apple. And it may have something to do with how it perceives these nascent technology spaces. From an article on CNBC:"There's no substitute for human contact," Apple CEO Tim Cook told BuzzFeed News. "And so you want the technology to encourage that." It's not the first time Cook has indicated that Apple might favor AR. "We are high on AR for the long run," Cook said during an earnings call this past summer. "I think AR can be huge." Huge, indeed -- one could look to the sudden and explosive success of Pokemon Go to see an immediate real-world example.


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Create and Burn Your Own DVDs & Blu-ray Discs...

For a company that prides itself on helping people easily create media, Apple has really dropped the ball when it comes to making and archiving video. In the past, it was fast and easy to edit video into excellent movies, then burn those to DVD or Blu-ray for distribution and safekeeping. Not any more! Fortunately, Roxio Toast 15 Titanium is bigger and better than before, and we have it available for Apple World Today readers for just $49 -- that's half-off the regular price. 

What can you do with Roxio Toast 15 Titanium? 

  • Capture video directly from your screen, portable devices, or the Web
  • Use simple video editing w/ Toast Slice to create the perfect project
  • Create DVD movies w/ titles, menus, chapters, & more
  • Convert video from the Web to...
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Facebook adds Apple TV and Chromecast support as...

As more and more clips invade news feeds, it's becoming clear that Facebook isn't kidding about focusing on videos, and now the social network's making it easier to watch them on the big screen. Facebook recently announced that users can “cast” videos from iOS devices or a web browser to an Apple TV or any other AirPlay-enabled device, as well as the Chromecast and Google Cast-enabled devices.

Soon Android devices will also be able to cast videos to Chromecast. Facebook didn’t announce a specific date for when this feature will roll out to Google-powered phones and tablets.

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Samsung now projects $5.3B hit on profits from Note...

As a result of having to recall and eventually kill off the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung on Friday predicted a further $3 billion reduction in operating profits through March 2017, beyond the $2.3 billion it already announced.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook meets w/ Japanese Prime Minister...

Apple CEO Tim Cook met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on his trip to Japan this week as chronicled by the leader’s Facebook page (via Macotakara). In the meeting, the Japanese PM noted that without Japanese innovation, the iPhone couldn’t have been developed. Speaking of development… more…

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New in our buyer's guide: The iPhone 7 and...

Well, well, well. After just a few months of phone releases and reviews, our smartphone buyer's guide section looks very different than it did recently. New to the guide, as you'd expect, are the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, both of which earned strong revie...

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The runner-focused Apple Watch Nike+ launches on...

No, we’re not running today, no matter what the Nike app suggests in the image above. But we now know when we will be. Apple quietly updated its Apple Watch Nike+ website to include an October 28 release date.

The Apple Watch Series 2’s upgrades focus relentlessly on fitness tracking, as detailed in Macworld’s comprehensive Apple Watch Series 2 review, and the Apple Watch Nike+ cranks that to 11. This special Watch build has a perforated sports band for enhanced ventilation, and is paired with the Apple Watch Series 2’s lightweight aluminum case. Of course, it still offers core Apple Watch Series 2 features like built-in GPS and water resistance up to 50 meters deep.

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There’s one thing you won’t find in Apple’s newly-...

Apple yesterday previewed its redesigned retail store on London’s Regent Street, and CNET spotted one feature notable by its absence: security tethers on display products.


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Tim Cook meets with Japan's prime minister,...

As part of this week's tour across Asia, Apple Chief Executive Tim Cook met with Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Friday, and revealed details about a new research and development center set to open there soon.

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Opinion: Apple may or may not buy Sonder, but...

Following speculation that Apple may be looking to acquire Sonder Keyboard, the startup yesterday confirmed to us that it has been in discussions with Apple’s procurement board. Coincidentally or not, the company’s website was not accessible at the time of writing (that may simply be yesterday’s story driving too much traffic to it, of course).

Sonder was not the first company to make a keyboard with dynamically-assigned keys. Patents for the idea go back as far as the 1970s, and the first commercially-available one was the German-made LC Board in the 1980s.

The Optimus Maximus was one of the better-known examples of the technology, later superseded by the ...

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Apple Watch Nike+ to launch on Oct. 28, Apple says

The Nike+ edition of the Apple Watch Series 2 will ship on Oct. 28, Apple has quietly announced through its website, finally giving a firm timeframe beyond late October.

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News: Apple begins sale of ‘SIM-free’ unlocked...

Apple has started selling SIM-free iPhone 7 models in the U.S. online Apple Store, allowing customers who wish to purchase an unlocked iPhone outright without signing a carrier contract the opportunity to do so. A new “SIM-free” option now appears on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus ordering pages as an alternative to the traditional carrier selection options. As the SIM-free iPhone models are not subsidized by carrier contracts, customers…

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WaterField announces a sleeve for the not-yet-...

WaterField Designs is so sure that Apple will introduce a new MacBook Pro on Thursday, Oct. 27, it’s announced the Maxwell MacBook Pro Sleeve, a custom-fit case with magnetic enclosure and water-repellant material in new colors. 

This sleeve will be available in vertical or horizontal orientation. It will be available for pre-order at an early bird price until the MacBook Pro is announced at an Oct. 27 event, according to WaterField Designs owner, Gary Waterfield (though Apple has officially to announce such an event).

Locally-manufactured LUNA textiles on the case's exterior combine with an acrylic backing, a layer of ballistic nylon, and shock-absorbing neoprene internal padding. These textiles - in Kelly green, Crimson red, Cobalt blue or Slate black - are treated with patented Nano-Tex coating for water- and stain-resistance.

WaterField also offers a black ballistic or tan waxed canvas exterior with...

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The first time I saw the Web

Jason Kottke, from an appreciation piece about the excellent show Halt and Catch Fire (there are spoilers in Jason’s post, none in my excerpt):

When I tell people about the first time I saw the Web, I would sheepishly describe it as love at first sight. Logging on that first time, using an early version of NCSA Mosaic with a network login borrowed from my physics advisor, was the only time in my life I have ever seen something so clearly, been sure of anything so completely. It was a like a thunderclap — “the amazing possibility to be able to go anywhere within something that is magnificent and never-ending” — and I just knew this was for me and that it was going to be huge and important. I know how ridiculous this sounds, but the Web is the true love of my life and ever since I’ve been trying to live inside the feeling I had when I first saw it...

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News: Apple Watch Nike+ Edition coming Oct. 28,...

Apple has updated its Apple Watch Nike+ web page, adding an Oct. 28 release date for the new special edition of the Series 2 Apple Watch. When Apple debuted the Apple Watch Series 2 last month, the company announced a special running-focused Nike+ model would be coming in “late October.” The Nike+ watch includes exclusive watch faces, a special perforated band, and a custom Nike app which more proactively promotes and tracks running workouts,…

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How to retain images in Photos when turning off...

AUTOPLAY, AUTOPLAY, AUTOPLAY!!! Have I mentioned how much I hate autoplay?

That said, this post was worth it, at least to me.

Glen Fleishman, writing for MacWorld, weighs in with an answer to this question:

I’m confused about what would happen if I turn off iCloud Photo Library on my phone, and not use it on the Cloud. Will my Photos app on the computer still retain all 12,000 of my photos? Do these photos live locally on my hard drive?

I find the various iCloud settings confusing, none more so than those for iCloud Photo Library. This is a good explainer, worth bookmarking, passing along.


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5 GB is the new 16

Stephen Hackett, writing for 512 Pixels:

Now that the iPhone 7 starts at 32 GB of storage, the constant juggling needed to avoid a full device has been left behind by more users than ever before.

So let’s talk about iCloud storage.


5 GB often isn’t enough to back up an iPhone and an iPad, let alone store years worth of family photos.

Unlike One Drive or even Dropbox, iCloud storage is key to extending and improving the experience of using a Mac or iPhone. Dropbox may be a semi-magical folder that syncs data to other devices, but iCloud is the glue between Apple’s various platforms.

Great post, great point.

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Apple sits atop Interbrand’s yearly Best Global...

There’s Apple, at number one. No big surprise. Google, Coca Cola follow at number 2 and 3. And there’s Samsung at number 7. Wondering what impact, if any, the Galaxy Note 7 debacle will have on the Samsung brand value.

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Apple adds products to its vintage and obsolete...

Apple is adding iPhone 4 models, the late 2010 13-inch MacBook Air, third-generation AirPort Extreme, and mid 2009 AirPort Time Capsule to its vintage and obsolete products list beginning Oct. 31, according to Japanese website Mac Otakara — as noted by MacRumors.

Products on the vintage and obsolete list are, for the most part, no longer eligible for hardware service, beyond a few exceptions. Apple defines vintage products as those that haven’t been manufactured for more than five years, but less than seven years ago. Obsolete products are those that were discontinued more than seven years ago. Each of the products added were released between 2009 and 2010.


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News: Daily Deal: KlikR Universal Remote Control

In our iLounge Deal for today, we’re offering the KlikR Universal Remote Control for only $19.99 — that’s 31% off the regular price. This coin-sized device will let you control your home theatre equipment right from your iPhone — simply stick it on or next to any device that uses an infrared remote, load up the companion iOS app, and you’re ready to go. You can even use your voice to control these remotes through the KlikR app,…

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Apple starts sales of SIM-free iPhone 7/7 Plus models

Apple has started sales of factory unlocked SIM-free iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets. This allows you to buy the smartphones without a carrier and activate with the carrier of your choice later.

You’ll have to buy SIM-free versions at full price. The iPhone 7 starts at $649,  and the iPhone 7 Plus starts at $769. SIM-free versions of the iPhone 7 Plus in all capacities list shipping estimates of three to four weeks — except the jet black SIM-free iPhone 7 Plus. For that you’ll have to wait six to eight weeks. 

For the iPhone 7, SIM-free models in silver, gold, rose gold, and black have delivery estimates of October 17 to 19. Jet black models ship in three to five weeks.

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Emergency SOS: How to set up and use this new Apple...

Anthony Bouchard, writing for iDownloadBlog:

To access Emergency SOS, all you need to do is press and hold the side button on your Apple Watch, and you’ll see a new red “SOS” slider at the bottom of the slider list. Sliding this slider initiates a 911 call and fires off text messages to your emergency contacts within seconds.

But there’s more to it than that. Read the article and learn about auto-call and how to set up your emergency contacts.

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MacRumors forum post presents evidence refuting Dash...

Two things to read:

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Tim Cook meets Nintendo’s legendary Shigeru Miyamoto...

I can only imagine how cool this must have been for both sides. If you are unfamiliar with Shigeru Miyamoto, here’s a bit from his Wikipedia Page:

Miyamoto originally joined Nintendo in 1977, when the company was beginning its foray into video games, and starting to abandon the playing cards it had made since 1889. His games have been seen on every Nintendo video game console, with his earliest work appearing on arcade machines in the late 70s. Franchises Miyamoto has helped create include the Mario, Donkey Kong, The Legend of Zelda, Star Fox, F-Zero, Pikmin, and Wii series. Noteworthy games within these include Super Mario Bros., one of the most well known video games; Super Mario 64; and The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time, one of the most critically acclaimed video games of all time.

I love that Nintendo changed their...

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AppleInsider podcast talks supply chain rumors,...

This week on the AppleInsider podcast, Daniel Eran Dilger tells Victor Marks about why we shouldn't listen to supply chain forecasts with no byline, possible acquisitions, recent inventions, and making the 2017 iPhone from different materials.

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Nike+ special edition of the Apple Watch Series 2...

When Apple unveiled its swimproof Apple Watch Series 2, it showed off a special Nike+ edition, which will be available in a choice of four colors. It told us that the price would be the same as the standard version, at $369, but didn’t tell us when it would go on sale.

As French site WatchGeneration spotted, Apple has now updated its website to reveal that the Nike+ edition will go on sale on October 28. It differs from the standard Apple Watch Series 2 in three ways …


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Apple now selling SIM-free iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus...

Following tradition, Apple is now offering a SIM-free version of the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus handset via its online store in the United States.

The SIM-free option allows customers to buy an unlocked iPhone without choosing a carrier.

SIM-free versions of the iPhone 7 Plus in all capacities list shipping estimates of three to four weeks, with the exception of the Jet Black SIM-free iPhone 7 Plus, which lists a shipping estimate of six to eight weeks.

The iPhone 7 SIM-free models in Silver, Gold, Rose Gold and Black colors are expected to arrive by October 17th to the 19th while the Jet Black models will ship in three to five weeks.

According to Apple, SIM-free models (A1660 and A1661) will work with any carrier and have full support for...

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Rumor: Apple looking to acquire Sonder, currently...

Apple is apparently close to purchasing an Australian startup working on dynamic customizable keyboard.

The Sydney tech company Sonder has designed a smart keyboard that can be customised to accommodate any language, shortcut or custom icon, using the same E Ink display technology used by Kindle.

The acquisition of the company was first looked into when an Apple prototype using Sonder technology was seen at at an event at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

The Incubator Innoconn event was organised by Foxconn International Holdings, Apple’s manufacturing partner, for startups it has invested in..

A representative for Sonder confirmed its chief executive, Francisco Serra-Martins, attended the event and that the startup was in talks with Apple...

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Fedora 25 Beta Resets the Linux Performance Bar

Red Hat on Wednesday released the beta version of Fedora 25, an open source Linux operating system maintained by the Fedora Project community. The beta release sharpens cloud and developer features, making this Linux distro more attractive to enterprise users. Fedora Linux is the community version of Red Hat Enterprise Linux, or RHEL. Fedora 25 is comprised of a set of base packages that form the foundation of three distinct editions -- Cloud, Server and Workstation -- that target different user bases.

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Easy Duplicate Finder for macOS does its job well,...

Easy Duplicate Finder from WebMinds is a useful tool for macOS 10.6 or higher to find and remove duplicate photos, documents, MP3s, videos, and more on your Mac's hard drive. It can help free lots of hard disk space and is super-easy to use.

To use, you just drag and drop folders into the program window and start the scan. Easy Duplicate Finder will do the rest. There are flexible file scan settings, a live preview, and an Undo button. However, there are other apps that do the same thing at less cost. 

Easy Duplicate Finder costs US$39.95. CleanMyMac is...

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iPhone 4, Late 2010 13-inch MacBook Air & more...

If you have an iPhone 4 or Late 2010 13-inch MacBook Air in need of repair, you may need to act quickly: Japanese site Macotakara is reporting that Apple will declare both products obsolete from the end of the month. This means that Apple will, with a a couple of exceptions, no longer offer parts or repair services for these products.

You’re already out of luck for the CDMA version of the iPhone 4, which lost support last month, along with three Macs.

The 3rd-generation AirPort Extreme and 2nd-generation Time Capsule will reportedly meet the same fate on October 31 …


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How to play music from your Apple Watch

Did you know you can play music from your Apple Watch without using your iPhone. You can — after you pair the smartwatch with Bluetooth headphones. 

Then Open the Music app, scroll up, then tap your Apple Watch to choose it as the source. Then scroll back down and tap any of these options:

Now Playing. Play or pause what's currently playing on your Apple Watch.

My Music. After you sync a playlist to your Apple Watch, you can browse your music by Albums, Artists, and Songs. 

Playlists. Use the steps below to sync a playlist to your Apple Watch. 

Make a music playlist

You can keep one music playlist on your Apple Watch at a time. Audiobooks and podcasts aren't compatible.

  •  On your iPhone, go to the Music app.
  • Tap the Library tab, then tap Playlists > New Playlist.
  • Give your playlist a name.
  • Search or tap to find songs, artists, or albums to add. 
  • When you find something that...
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Facebook Now Lets You Use Google Cast or AirPlay To...

Facebook has made it a high priority over the years to improve its video platform so that it can better compete with the monolithic video service that is YouTube. Today, the company has added another feature, one that allows users to stream Facebook video content to the Apple TV via AirPlay and to various Google Cast-enabled devices. Digital Trends reports: The feature is available on the Facebook iOS app and, according to Facebook, it will be available on Android soon. The best thing about it, however, is how easy it is to use. Simply find a video you want to watch, then tap the TV button and select which device the app should stream to. Another highlight of the feature is that it is truly built for Facebook -- that is to say, when you are watching a video on the big screen, your phone is not on lockdown until the video is over. Instead, you can keep scrolling through the News Feed, treating your TV as more of a second screen than simply a mirror of your phone.


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Thursday October 13

Mars astronauts could use VR to remind them of home

To put it mildly, Mars astronauts are likely to feel isolation on a level that even the most daring space explorers can't understand. How do you feel connected when Earth is just a dot in the sky? NASA, Smart Information Flow Technologies and 8i mi...

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Who's still using Windows Phones? The NYPD.

Microsoft may have all but given up on Windows Phones, but rookies in the New York City Police Department are now getting them with their gun and badge. As CNET reports, the NYPD only started handing out department-issued smartphones and email addres...

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Apple starts sales of SIM-free iPhone 7, 7 Plus...

Like clockwork, Apple started sales of factory unlocked SIM-free iPhone 7 and 7 Plus handsets on Thursday, nearly one month after the smartphones launched in September.

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