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Thursday November 9

10:45
Clips introduces Selfie Scenes for immersive, 360-...

Apple has announced a major update to Clips, the free app for iOS that makes it easy to create and share videos using an iPhone or iPad. The upgrade  introduces Selfie Scenes and adds artistic style transfer effects and a redesigned interface.

Selfie Scenes is a new feature that places users into animated, 360-degree scenes when recording selfies. Using the TrueDepth camera system on iPhone X, Selfie Scenes transports users into bustling cities, serene landscapes, abstract paintings and even the Millennium Falcon and Mega-Destroyer from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” says Susan Prescott, Apple’s vice president of Apps Product Marketing.

With Selfie Scenes, users can choose from 10 Apple-designed scenes, featuring unique locations, characters, colors and visual styles plus two scenes from “Star Wars: The Last Jedi.” Each scene is a full 360-...

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10:38
T-Mobile more than doubles its gigabit LTE...

At an event today in San Jose, Qualcomm and T-Mobile are getting together to demonstrate the power and speed of gigabit LTE. In conjunction with the event, the self-proclaimed Uncarrier announced that its higher-speed LTE Advanced speeds are now avai...

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10:38
Preview 'LA Noire' Switch gameplay before...

Excited to try LA Noire on your Switch November 14th? Good, because Rockstar Games has something to help make the wait a little easier: A gameplay trailer of the detective simulator running on Nintendo's hybrid portable/home console. From the looks o...

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10:34
iOS 11.1.1 update finally fixes that A[?] bug

iOS 11.1 added a bunch of new emojis and some important bug fixes, but it also introduced one of the most annoying iOS bugs we've seen in a long time. 

For some reason, when you type a capital I, the autocorrect would often turn it into a capital A followed by an undecipherable unicode symbol. Social media was flooded with messages like, "A [?] finally got my new iPhone X!"

As of today, you won't need to work around it anymore. Apple just released iOS 11.1.1, which fixes the hideous A [?] bug. It also fixes a rare bug that would cause "Hey, Siri" to become unresponsive.

To read this article in full, please click here

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10:32
Twitter’s 280-Character Own Goal

J.K. Rowling, on Twitter raising the per-tweet character limit to 280:

Twitter’s destroyed its USP. The whole point, for me, was how
inventive people could be within that concise framework.

USP is “unique selling proposition”. By doubling the character limit, Twitter has eliminated what made them unique. Yes, there were many trade-offs with the 140-character limit, both pros and cons. But one of the pros is it made Twitter unique. Twitter timelines now look more like Facebook — but Facebook is already there for Facebook-like timelines. Twitter trying to be more like Facebook is like basketball trying to be more like football — a bad idea that won’t work.

Stephen King was more succinct:

280 characters? Fuck that.

Andy Ihnatko:

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10:30
Firefox iOS version 10 released with 'Photon...




Firefox has updated the iOS version of its browser to version 10.0, with the milestone release featuring a refreshed modern interface and changes to the menu system, ahead of another major update arriving on the desktop version of the browser next week.

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10:22
Twitterrific update adds muffling based on length/...

Twitterrific has updated its iOS and Mac app today with a mix of new features, improvements, and bug fixes. Along with support for 280 characters, The Iconfactory has also added some handy new ways to use muffling based on tweet length or the amount of lines.

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10:19
Researchers find hundreds of easily-breached...

The security of our personal data is top of mind right now, so the news that nearly 700 apps for iOS and Android were easily exploited to show private messages and calls is troubling, to say the least. Security company Appthority discovered the explo...

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10:13
Apple releases iOS 11.1.1 update with 'i'...




Apple has released another "sub-point" update to iOS 11, with iOS 11.1.1 addressing the "i" bug that caused the letter to be autocorrected to "A" and a question mark.

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10:10
Apple releases iOS 11.1.1 with fix for keyboard auto...

Apple has released iOS 11.1.1. You can download it on all iPhones and iPads over-the-air by going to Settings --> General --> Software Update.  

iOS 11.1. fixes an issue with keyboard auto-correct that causes "i" to autocorrect to A[?]. It also fixes an issue where “Hey Siri” stops working.

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10:10
iOS 11.1.1 Puts the “i” Back in iOS

Apple has released a small update to fix a bizarre bug that was screwing up the letter “i” and another that could make Hey Siri stop working.

 

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10:05
Apple Clips has better controls and loads of new...

Apple's Clips video creation app is less than a year old, but it's already getting a big update. Thanks to lots of user feedback and the proliferation of new, more powerful iOS devices, Clips is now more polished than ever, and that's very good news...

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10:01
Your therapist will text you now

The smartphone in our pockets has redefined how we interact with people, engage with the world and get ourselves around. A constant connection to the world may be making some of us miserable, however, with a recent South Korean study suggesting that...

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10:00
Hands-on: Clips 2.0 updated with iPhone X support,...

After its initial debut back in April, Apple’s Clips app is maturing into a go-to application for users looking to create video content via a quick and easy to use interface. The antithesis of complicated menu-driven video editing apps, Clips packs a ton of features into a surprisingly deep, but relatively simple-to-use UI.

In my first hands-on Clips tutorial back in April, I was impressed by the type of content that users could produce while wielding the few tools provided within the app. Fast-forward to July’s release of Clips 1.1, which added Disney/Pixar assets along with additional content from Apple, and it was clear that Clips wasn’t destined to be just a flash in the pan.

Back in July, Apple reported that...

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10:00
Apple’s Clips 2.0 puts you in the Millennium Falcon...

Apple on Thursday updated Clips, the company’s iOS app for creating short, sharable video clips. The update has a new iPhone X-specific feature called Selfie Scenes, in addition to new effects and stickers, iCloud support, and an updated interface.

Selfie Scenes uses the iPhone X’s TrueDepth camera to place you in a special scene. The TrueDepth camera allows Clips to discern foreground and background objects, so it can place you (and whoever’s within your close proximity) in the foreground of a scene, and filter out objects behind you.

One of the Selfie Scenes is the Millennium Falcon from Star Wars, and you can make a video of yourself inside the spaceship, complete with BB8 rolling through the background. Selfie Scenes are 360-degree scenes, so when you move, the scene continues as if you are actually in that space.

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09:58
Apple releases iOS 11.1.1 for iPhone and iPad with ‘...

Apple has released iOS 11.1.1 for all iPhone and iPad customers. The latest software update includes bug fixes and improvements including a fix for the notorious ‘i’ autocorrect bug that resulted in a ? and [A] character appearing.

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09:56
Study: Americans will overlook a lot of...

Americans are so excited about the new iPhone that they would overcome a great deal of inconvenience—and adversity—to lay their hands on one, according to LevaData, a company “that helps global enterprises improve gross margins by reducing supply chain costs.” I’m assuming the “new iPhone” is the iPhone X, but LevaData doesn’t specify.

The study says consumers wouldn’t let their plans to order a new iPhone be interrupted by a big delay in the ship date (19%), prices being higher than expected (18%), or bad reviews (17%). The data also reveals that other brands aren’t so lucky. One in four Americans say product delays affect brand trust. Twenty percent say they would buy the product from a competitor.

These stats are from LevaData’s 2017 Holiday Study, which explores the impact of managing the volatility of supply risks and opportunities on market performance and brand reputation.  

The survey of more than 1,...

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09:46
UberEATS now includes restaurant ratings and...

Today, Uber announced a few changes to the UberEATS app aimed at helping users decide on what to eat. First, the company has brought a five-star rating system to the restaurants listed in the app and users can now rate a restaurant they've ordered fr...

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09:41
Face ID’s Innovation: Continuous Authentication

It takes a lot to impress security expert Rich Mogull, but he’s convinced that Face ID is going to change the face of computer security.

 

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09:29
9to5Toys Lunch Break: 15″ MacBook Pro $449 off,...

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. more…

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09:28
Apple acquires company that makes QuantumFilm camera...

It was rumored last month, but now it’s apparently happened: Apple has acquired InVisage Technologies, a developer of QuantumFilm camera sensors, eports TechCrunch.

QuantumFilm is an imaging and sensing technology. InVisage’s products capture high fidelity, high-resolution images for a variety of mobile and Internet of Things (IoT) devices, including smartphones, laptops, and drones.

QuantumFilm Technology involves, among other things, the creation of a film to coat the image sensors used in a cellphone camera, allowing it to capture more light, improving the quality of the images taken. It places a layer of semiconducting crystals - called quantum dots - on top of a smartphone’...

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09:27
Sea Hero Quest game helps in the fight against...

I’ve played the first couple of levels of the game and it seems pretty simplistic. If it weren’t for the research goals behind it, I don’t think I’d actually play it through to the end but it’s for a great cause so I’ll definitely play a few rounds each day.

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09:20
Apple acquires photo sensor technology company...




Apple has apparently purchased decade-old InVisage technology, a company behind the QuantumFilm technology that takes up less space than traditional camera sensors and with better performance characteristics.

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08:48
Some iPhone 8, iPhone X users suffering from GPS...




A growing thread on the Apple community support forums suggests that users are having some difficulties with GPS accuracy mostly on the iPhone 8 and iPhone X -- but a software fix appears to be included for most in the most recent beta of iOS 11.2.

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08:23
Apple acquires startup behind QuantumFilm Image...

Apple has acquired a camera sensor startup called InVisage Technologies, TechCrunch reports. InVisage touts its QuantumFilm Image Sensor as specializing in capturing light while using a thinner camera module.

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08:08
Origin of Apple's 'A ?' QuickType bug...




An iOS QuickType and autocorrect bug replacing the letter "i" with the letter A and a strange character has seemingly spread, despite the fact that no software updates have arrived. Its persistence raises questions as to what exactly is causing the autocorrect issue to proliferate -- and is also drawing jokes on social media.

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07:50
Review: 1More Dual Driver ANC Lightning In-Ear...

This year we reviewed two excellent headphones from indie darling 1More. The company gained fame in the headphone community by offering great-sounding multi-driver IEMs for prices that were orders of magnitude lower than more established competitors. Now 1More's back with yet another interesting headphone — the Dual Driver "LTNG ANC". It's a Lightning-compatible IEM with active noise canceling and all the design DNA that made its predecessors so appealing. We think it's excellent.{/exp:char_limit}

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07:43
Free-to-play 'South Park: Phone Destroyer...




Two games from very different franchises arrived in the App Store this week, with 'South Park: Phone Destroyer' introducing crude humor to the card collection genre, while PES 2018 Mobile's annual refresh adds real time multiplayer with friends.

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07:43
iPhone X Diary: One week in, and I absolutely love...

The executive summary of this iPhone X Diary piece – almost a week in – is that I still love it, and I have found very little more to complain about.

Let’s start with the look and feel. I still love it. It still feels like a single slab of glass, and it has a really great tactile feel in the hand.

To me, the large size is a compromise. I do still really like the iPhone SE size, but it’s a compromise that pays off. The screen is large enough for content to feel immersive – I’ve even watched some Netflix on it – while still remaining reasonably pocketable. I can also comfortably hold it in my hand …

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07:06
Show off the insides of your iPhone X with these...

Here’s what one of the images looks like in place:

You can pick them up here (they’re free). Click to the page, then click on an image to get to the high res version.

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06:59
The iOS 11 camera “floor crosshair”

From Cabel Sasser on Twitter:

And thanks to the Apple person who added this "floor crosshair" feature to iOS 11 for perfect face-down junk food shots!! That was the goal pic.twitter.com/fA5oobTdcN

— Cabel Sasser (@cabel) November 7, 2017

First things first, this is a great new feature. To see it for yourself, go to Settings > Camera, and make sure that Grid is enabled.

Now, when you tilt your camera flat and facing the floor (or, interestingly, the ceiling), a crosshair will appear.

But what really struck me was reading the replies to the thread, where the Apple developer who created the feature as an intern chimes in. For all its faults, this is the gold heart of Twitter.

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06:50
∞ T-Mobile’s Animoji ad

[VIDEO] Love this commercial (embedded in main Loop post).

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06:44
Lynn University named an Apple Distinguished School...

Lynn University has been selected as an Apple Distinguished School for 2017–2019 for its iPad-powered learning program. This marks the third consecutive time that Lynn has been named as a Distinguished School for continuous innovation in learning, teaching and its environment and for showing documented results of academic accomplishment.

Lynn University is an independent college based in Boca Raton, Florida, with approximately 3,000 students from 100 countries. U.S. News & World Report ranks Lynn as the top international university in the region. According to Apple, Apple Distinguished Schools “are centers of leadership and educational excellence that demonstrate Apple’s vision for learning with technology.”

Since its launch in 2013, Lynn's iPad-powered learning has saved students up to 90% off the cost of textbooks and contributed to improved learning outcomes and higher levels of student engagement, according to Chris Boniforti, the school’s chief...

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06:34
iPhone 7, iPhone 6s dominate Q3 smartphone sales,...




The iPhone held the top two worldwide sales slots in the third quarter of 2017, with the iPhone 7 and iPhone 6s holding the top two spots on the chart.

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06:31
“It suddenly dawns on you that your face has...

Nice chunk from T3’s iPhone X review:

It suddenly dawns on your that your face has indeed unlocked the phone. It’s a strange moment. We hadn’t had to make any effort to unlock it. And that’s what Face ID is supposed to be like.

Just so.

Also, this was interesting:

It isn’t the barrier that you imagine it could be, though we did find it a little weird to have to make sure our face was available when using Apple Pay! Now, Samsung’s facial recognition (to unlock the Note 8 and S8) is close to Face ID. We were impressed at the ease at which it unlocks the Note 8 recently. But it doesn’t do anything else. Because Face ID is so baked into iOS it means that you rarely need your passcode. And it’s not just about unlocking your phone with the iPhone X, it’s about Apple Pay, App Store payments and more.

Face ID is baked into the OS, in just the same way as Touch ID is on...

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06:29
Canalys: the iPhone 8 Plus out-ships the iPhone 8 in...

Apple’s iPhone 8 Plus out-shipped the iPhone 8 in the third quarter (Q3) of 2017, according to Canalys. The research group says the iPhone 7 was the world’s best-shipping smartphone in the  quarter with 13 million units shipped. 

The iPhone 6s was a distant second, after an uptick that resulted in 7.9 million shipments. Samsung’s Galaxy J2 Prime was third, with 7.8 million shipped, while Oppo took fourth and fifth place, with its A57 and R11 shipping 7.8 million and 7.2 million units respectively. The iPhone 8, which launched in mid-September, didn’t make the top five, according to Canalys.

Apple shipped 46.7 million smartphones in Q3 2017. The new iPhone 8 and 8 Plus accounted for 11.8 million of these. This falls well short of its predecessor, the iPhone 7 line, which topped 14 million in its first quarter, according to Canalys. But while Apple shipped 5.4 million units of the iPhone 8, it shipped 6.3 million of...

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06:22
Pandora has lost $1B in 4 years, now worth less than...

Music Business Worldwide:

When Pandora Media launched on the NYSE in June 2011, it started trading at $16 a share – with a $2.6bn valuation.

Optimism was rife for music’s big digital play on the stock market. The expectation was that the firm’s valuation, and global presence, would soar.

Today, over six years on, Pandora is worth less than a third of what it was that day, at under $5 per share.

And, according to MBW’s calculations, there’s even sorrier news for the firm’s new regime to contemplate: Pandora has now lost over a billion dollars in less than four years.

I hate the math, but it is the math. To me, Pandora hasn’t lost value as a music service. They still serve the same purpose, offer the same set of services. The loss is financial. But that’s what counts in this situation.

It gets worse: as recently as summer 2016, SiriusXM reportedly made a bid to acquire Pandora for $3.4bn, or $15 per share.

That’s more than three times...

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06:22
TrendForce predicts a ‘surge’ in iPhone X production

A new report from the TrendForce estimates that the iPhone production volume for the fourth quarter will reach 81 million units with the iPhone X accounting for 33% of the total. The research group expects a “surge” of iPhone X production that will last through the first half of 2018, which will help Apple unseat Samsung as the world’s largest smartphone maker.

According to TrendForce, Apple managed to advance its iPhone production volume by just 3% in the third quarter compared with the second quarter. On the whole, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus helped sustained Apple’s production during the third quarter. As for highly anticipated iPhone X, the yield rates of its key components (e.g. Wi-Fi modules and 3D sensing modules) have been lower than expected, thus delaying production of the device. With the limited support from iPhone X, Apple was not able to significantly raise its total volume.

TrendForce’s analysis of the...

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06:00
Quick Review: OPSO Apple Watch Magnetic Charger (+...

If you’re shopping for an extra Apple Watch charger and want to save a few dollars compared to Apple’s version, OPSO Apple Watch Magnetic Charger is one option you’re likely to come across. OPSO sells the 1 meter version of its Apple Watch charging cable for $26.99 on Amazon with Prime shipping (and we have a promo code to save $2 at checkout below), but how does it compare to Apple’s version?

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06:00
News: Daily Deal: SKEYE Nano 2 FPV Drone

Today in iLounge Deals, we’re offering the SKEYE Nano 2 FPV Drone for only $64 — that’s 35% off the regular price. This shockingly agile and tiny flying machine allows you to perform cool airborne stunts like figure eights, banking turns, flips, and more, both indoors and out, and the HD, Wi-Fi controlled camera lets you record incredible real-time first-person video. Further, the on-board Wi-Fi means you can use your iPhone or iPad…

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05:46
You can now view detailed App Store and iTunes...

Chance Miller, 9to5Mac:

Apple today is making it easier for users to view purchase history directly from their iOS devices. The company revealed in an updated support document today that you can now view your App Store and iTunes purchase history in the Settings app on iOS.

Previously, as the support document notes, this functionality was only available through iTunes on Mac and PC. While you could view purchase history via the App Store and iTunes Store on iOS, it was purely for re-downloading purposes and didn’t show detailed pricing information.

Here’s the referenced Apple knowledge base article.

I followed the instructions, jumped through the hoops, tapped Purchase History and it worked as advertised. Good to know.

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05:45
Apple files for a patent for a single piece iPhone...

Apple has filed for a patent (number 20170324261) for a single piece iPhone case with a battery and a hinge that would allow the device to last longer without recharging. The hinge could be bent outward, allowing users to slip the smartphone into the case. 

The case would pack a power supply designed to supply electrical current to a battery of the iPhone. The accessory device may also include a connector that electrically connects the power supply with the electronic device. The sliding motion of the smartphone prevents the connector from damage by bending.

In the patent filing, Apple notes that accessory devices can be used as a protective cover for electronic devices, as well as providing a pleasing aesthetic appearance. Some accessory devices may include a power supply designed to provide electrical current to the device. 

In order to insert or extract the electronic device in an accessory (a case, in this instance) in a manner that doesn’t damage the...

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05:34
The Visitor Center at the Apple Park will open to...

The Visitor Center at Apple's new Apple Park campus (the “spaceship campus”) will open to the public on Friday, Nov. 17, according to an internal email that Apple sent out to employees. The date is also listed on a sign at Apple Park that was shared on Twitter.

According to MacRumors, the Apple Park Visitor Center features a gift shop with Apple-branded items available for purchase, much like the store at One Infinite Loop. However, it won’t stock items such as Macs, iPhones, and iPads.

Before the Nov. 17 grand opening, Apple is inviting Cupertino, California, residents who live near the Apple Park campus to check out the Visitor Center on Thursday, Nov. 16. Residents can visit Apple Park from 3-8 p.m., with a photo ID confirming a nearby address required for entry. 

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05:21
Apple opens Everyone Can Code initiatives to...

Apple has announced the global expansion of its Everyone Can Code initiative to more than 20 colleges and universities outside of the U.S. These schools will now offer the App Development with Swift Curriculum, a full-year course designed by Apple engineers and educators to teach coding and app design to students of all levels and backgrounds. 

Touted as safe, fast, and expressive, Swift appeals to developers who are aiming to build on Apple’s multiple platforms, such as iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS.

RMIT University, Australia’s largest higher education institution, is one of the broadest international deployments of the App Development with Swift Curriculum to date. As part of its commitment to improving digital literacy, starting this month RMIT will offer the App Development with Swift curriculum through RMIT Online, and a new vocational course will be taught on campus. RMIT will also offer scholarships for school teachers who want to learn coding, and a free...

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05:11
South Park: Phone Destroyer iOS game launched, with...

We first saw a trailer for the first proper iOS South Park game back in June. The freemium game South Park: Phone Destroyer is now available for free download – though with some expensive in-app purchase options.

Ubisoft describes it as a strategic real-time battle game.

From South Park Digital Studios comes a real-time battle game like nothing you’ve ever experienced before! Take on Cartman, Kenny, Stan and Kyle in all out mobile mayhem!

South Park: Phone Destroyer brings you iconic South Park characters, action packed real-time strategy, exploding PvP battles, trademark South Park humor and collectible cards in a perfect mix that’s spicier than Cartman’s chili con carne …

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05:00
Manage all of your iOS data between devices with...

Do you find yourself confused about where all of your mobile data is ending up? iMazing is an iPhone, iPad and iPod management tool that lets you manage all of that mobile data the way YOU want to. It does things that formerly required jailbreaking to do, all in an app that runs on either Mac or PC. Get an iMazing 2 universal license for Mac and Windows today for just $24.99. 

TrustPilot gives iMazing 2 a 9.5 out of 10 star rating, and it's no wonder why -- the app has so many features that make controlling and organizing your mobile data a piece of cake:

  • Transfer files between any Mac or PC & any iOS device wirelessly or w/ USB
  • Work w/ all app...
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04:49
External Link: iOS 11.1 Calculator Lags Cause Errors

If you type 1+2+3= in iOS 11.1’s Calculator app quickly, you may get 24 instead of 6. The problem is a delay in recognizing taps on all the operation buttons. Thus, in the example above, the second + is ignored, so you’ve instead typed 1+23=. If you type 1+2+3= slowly, making sure that the operator button activates on each tap, Calculator works correctly. We hope Apple fixes this embarrassing bug in the next update to iOS 11. In the meantime, Siri works well for simple calculations, and for those who need a serious calculator, PCalc is the gold standard.

 

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04:39
iPhone 7 outsold iPhone 8 in Q3; iPhone 8 didn’t...

A carrier store survey last month suggested that the iPhone 7 was outselling the iPhone 8, and this idea is supported by new shipment data from market analysts Canalys.

The firm says that the iPhone 7 was the world’s best-shipping smartphone in Q3, while the iPhone 8 didn’t even make the top 5 …

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04:30
The Edifier MP200 is a solid, but quirky, cube...

The Edifier MP200 packs impressive audio punch even though it’s small enough to sit in the palm of your hand. And it won’t break the bank at a price tag of $34.99. Of course, at the low price it has its limitations. 

The 2.4 by 6.3 by 1.7-inch Bluetooth cube speaker is splash proof and dust proof, so it’s suitable for indoor or outdoor use. It can also function as a so-so speaker phone. Music can either be streamed from a device or plugged into the speaker using a Micro SD card. 

With its unusual design, Edifier apparently crafted the MP200 (available in a variety of colors) to be quirky. Your individual tastes will determine whether you find it “quirky cute” or “quirky annoying.”

My opinion tends toward the latter. For instance, the controls along the top panel aren’t presented in a clear, straight line. The skip forward icon is at an angle to the skip backward icon, as is the play/pause button. 

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04:01
After Slack-like chat features, Skype now adding...

Skype seems to be having a little difficulty at present figuring out whether it wants to be a business service or a consumer one. After recently adding Slack-like notifications, mentions and more, it is now adding Snapchat-style photo filters.

As seems obligatory for app updates these days, the filters claim to be AI-powered …

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04:00
How to use a keyboard shortcut for display mirroring...

If you use an external display with your Mac laptop, you can use Command-F1 to turn display mirroring on and off in macOS High Sierra.  Display mirroring is when your external monitor and laptop display show the same screen.

If you need to temporarily see your Dock or your open windows on both displays, Command-F1 lets you accomplish this. It’s a shortcut to the System Preferences > Displays > Arrangement > Mirror Displays command.

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03:30
Notable apps and app updates for Nov. 9, 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.

macOS Apps/Updates

AKVIS has released AKVIS Sketch Video 3.1 an update of the After Effects and Premiere Pro plugin for converting videos into animated cartoons, both black and white and color. The new version provides full compatibility with Premiere Pro CC 2018 and After Effects CC 2018.

AKVIS Sketch Video offers two drawing styles: Classic and Artistic, each with a number of ready-to-use presets for 4K, HD, and SD video formats. The Classic style produces contour lines; the Artistic style imitates hand-drawn animation. Both styles offer a variety of

AKVIS Sketch Video requires macOS 10l7 and higher. It costs $69 for the home version and $99 for the pro edition....

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03:15
Rumor: Apple working on augmented reality headset...

It looks like Apple may be betting on an augmented reality headset.

The company is said to be working to have the technology ready for an augmented-reality headset in 2019 and could ship a product as early as 2020.

Unlike the current generation of virtual reality headsets that use a smartphone as the engine and screen, Apple’s device will have its own display and run on a new chip and operating system, according to sources close to the story. The development timeline is very aggressive and could still change, said the people, who requested anonymity to speak freely about a private matter.

Apple CEO Tim Cook, who has stated that augmented reality is less isolating than virtual reality and as potentially revolutionary as the smartphone, has stated that “We’re already seeing things that will transform the way you work, play, connect and learn. Put simply, we believe AR is going to change the way we use technology forever.”

Apple itself has declined to...

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03:00
Warby Parker’s Glasses app for iOS uses iPhone X...

Ok, this is pretty neat.

Even if the iPhone X has been out for less than a week, a few apps are already taking advantage of the handset’s face mapping technology.

In the case of glasses retailer Warby Parker, the company is combining its app with the iPhone X’s camera to take maps of people’s faces, and use that data to recommend styles of glasses that will best fit your face. This goes a step beyond the digital try on system the company had previously offered, which made an effort to place a virtual pair of glasses on the user’s face to let them see how they might look.

The new feature is available on the Warby Parker Glasses app on iOS now, although it should go without saying that you’ll need an iPhone X to take advantage of it.

The Glasses app requires iOS 10.0 or later to install and run.

Stay tuned for additional details as they become available.

Via...

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03:00
Apple prepares for its biggest holiday season ever

Last week, Apple announced its biggest fiscal fourth quarter ever, with the promise of an even bigger holiday quarter to come. The three months encompassing holiday shopping—October through December—are always Apple’s biggest of the year, generating a third of the company’s overall revenue.

Apple delivered an early Christmas present to analysts last week when it provided guidance that it expected the holiday quarter to be an all-time record for Apple, with revenue between $84 and $87 billion. (To put that in perspective, that’s 11 percent higher revenue than the previous year’s holiday quarter.)

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19:59
Apple Park Visitor Center set to open to the public...

One of the highlights of going to Macworld Expo each year in San Francisco was our drive to Cupertino to the Apple Employee Store to see what kind of cool swag we could score. I hope the new Visitor Center is just as exciting.

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18:49
Apple brings ‘Everyone Can Code’ curriculum to over...

Apple today announced that it is expanding its “Everyone Can Code” intititave to a new round of universities around the world. In a press release, the company revealed that the program is now available at more than 20 new colleges and universities, including Australia’s RMIT…

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18:15
Report: Snapchat redesign coming on December 4 w/...

Snapchat yesterday teased a “disruptive” update coming soon to its iOS application, and just a day later, additional details of that redesign have emerged. According to Business Insider, Snap currently plans to rollout out the new application on December 4th with a host of changes…

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17:54
Apple brings Everyone Can Code program to over 20...




Apple on Wednesday announced that its Everyone Can Code initiative is expanding to more than 20 colleges and universities beyond U.S. borders, allowing students to pursue the company's App Development With Swift curriculum in a full-year course.

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16:53
Apple Park Visitor Center to see Nov. 17 grand...




The recently-completed Visitor Center for Apple Park will open to the public on Nov. 17, signage and internal emails revealed on Wednesday.

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16:49
Apple to hold Apple Park Visitor Center grand...

Apple Park’s Visitor Center now has an opening date. According to a sign posted at the building shared on Twitter, the new Visitor Center will officially open on November 17th, while employees and other Cupertino residents have been invited to the grand opening event…

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16:18
Video: Apple's iPhone X speakers sound off...




Despite sharing many features under the hood, the iPhone X's speakers appear to be more powerful than what you'll hear on the iPhone 8 Plus.

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16:17
Video: Apple's iPhone X speakers vs. Samsung...




The iPhone X's stereo speakers give it a clear advantage in built-in audio over Samsung's latest flagship smartphone.

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16:11
Aluminum foil can actually improve your wireless...

If you've ever thought of resorting to aluminum foil to redirect your home's poor WiFi signal, it turns out you're not actually that far off the mark. EurekAlert reported today that researchers at Dartmouth College have discovered that 3D printed sig...

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16:04
Apple's Final Cut Pro X, Swift among the top 20...




Freelancer site Upwork published a listing of the top twenty fastest growing skills of the more than 5,000 it tracks. The list cited Apple's Final Cut Pro X, Swift and Objective-C, along with nod toward new technologies in iOS 11, including Augmented Reality and Machine Learning.

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15:48
PSA: Apple is currently sold out of refurbished...

Last year, Apple started selling refurbished iPhone models through its online store for the first time. This offered customers the chance to get an unlocked device at a slightly lower price point than normal.

A year to the day later, Apple is seemingly sold out of refurbished iPhones, but they’re still readily available elsewhere at even better prices…

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15:48
FBI said to have missed opportunity to unlock Texas...




In the first 48 hours after Devin Kelley opened fire at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, killing 26 people, neither the FBI nor other law enforcement agencies asked for Apple's help in unlocking Kelley's iPhone or linked accounts -- possibly missing a critical opportunity, according to one report.

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15:04
PSVR's latest demo disc is a free download on...

If your PlayStation VR has been collecting dust for awhile, Sony might have a few reasons for you to jack back in. Starting today, the contents of the demo disc that comes with new PSVR bundles are up for grabs on the PlayStation Store for free. Head...

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14:57
AWT News Update: November 8, 2017

2018 iPad Pro concept render by Benjamin Geskin

Cloning APFS drives, looking at purchase history on iOS, bezel-less Face ID iPad Pros, using the iPhone X to see what glasses look good on you, and iOS 11 adoption rates all make the news on this pleasant autumn day...

  • Beloved backup/clone app SuperDuper! receives an update to make it compatible with macOS High Sierra and APFS
  • It's now possible to look up a complete history of iTunes/App Store purchases on an iOS device
  • Bloomberg and KGI agree: the iPad Pro line will be updated next year with Face ID, no bezel and no home button
  • Warby Parker's app now measures your face if you have an iPhone X, then suggests what glasses might look good on you
  • Adoption of iOS 11 has climbed over 50%

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14:52
Apple updates Workflow with iOS 11 & iPhone X...




Apple on Wednesday updated its Workflow automation app for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch with optimizations for the iPhone X, as well as support for various iOS 11 features.

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14:35
Report: The FBI may have made a crucial mistake in...

Update: Apple has issued a full statement on the device used by the Texas shooter:

We were shocked and saddened by the violence in Texas last Sunday, and we join the world in grieving for the families and community that lost so many loved ones.

Our team immediately reached out to the FBI after learning from their press conference on Tuesday that investigators were trying to access a mobile phone. We offered assistance and said we would expedite our response to any legal process they send us.

We work with law enforcement every day. We offer training to thousands of agents so they can understand our devices and how they can quickly request information from Apple.

A new report from...

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14:29
Microsoft adds AI-powered LinkedIn resume assistant...

We're starting to see more results from Microsoft acquiring LinkedIn last year, like the new employment information features brought over to Outlook.com members. Now the company that build Office is bringing AI to your job search with a new LinkedIn-...

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14:12
iPhone & iPad users get direct access to iTunes...




People with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch can now check their purchases from the iTunes Store and App Store without having to open iTunes on a Mac or Windows PC, according to a new Apple support document.

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14:08
Google's Voice Experiments harness the power of...

Google already has technological showcases for Chrome, neural networks and other technologies, so why not demonstrate what Assistant can do? Sure enough, it's doing just that. Its newly launched Voice Experiments site highlights projects that use Ass...

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13:49
Niantic follows up 'Pokemon Go' with...




Game developer Niantic's follow-up to the popular 'Pokemon Go' could end up being a similar game but within a different major franchise, with 'Harry Potter: Wizards Unite' being prepared for launch sometime in 2018, complete with augmented reality and travel-based gameplay elements.

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13:47
Ford will build EVs with Chinese automaker in $765...

Over the last few months, China has been making plans and deals to wean its country's cars off fossil fuels. In July, Daimler agreed to pair up with Chinese automaker BAIC to invest $735 million in EV infrastructure. Ford just entered its own venture...

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13:33
You can now view detailed App Store and iTunes...

Apple today is making it easier for users to view purchase history directly from their iOS devices. The company revealed in an updated support document today that you can now view your App Store and iTunes purchase history in the Settings app on iOS…

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13:28
New gene therapy technique saves boy's life by...

A young boy with a rare genetic skin disorder is alive and well two years after an experimental gene therapy technique was used to grow and replace nine square feet of his skin. The paper, just published in the journal Nature, describes how doctors i...

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13:20
Bezel-less iPad Pro renders envision what Apple...

On the heels of a new report today about what we’re likely to see from Apple’s 2018 iPad Pro release, Benjamin Geskin has shared a set of new renders imagining what a mostly bezel-less iPad Pro with Face ID might look like.

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13:16
∞ iPhone X follow-up thoughts

I mentioned when I wrote my iPhone X first look last week that I would follow-up with some more thoughts once I’ve had a chance to use the phone for a little while. Well, here it is. […]

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13:09
A SpaceX rocket engine exploded during a '...

SpaceX was testing a rocket engine on Sunday when it exploded, and now the aerospace company is trying to figure out what happened. The incident happened at a company site in Texas, and SpaceX reported no injuries and doesn't expect that the accident...

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12:50
Google shows more publisher info in search amid fake...

Google's approach to combatting fake news divides pretty cleanly between overt tactics and less obvious methods. Today's announcement falls into the latter camp. Now when you search for a publication by name, cards will populate with all kinds of inf...

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12:34
News: Corephotonics sues Apple over dual camera...

Israeli startup Corephotonics has filed lawsuit claiming Apple infringed on its patents to create the dual cameras in the iPhone 7 Plus and iPhone 8 Plus, Reuters reports. Corephotonics alleges that its CEO David Mendlovic approached Apple about a partnership and that “Apple’s lead negotiator expressed contempt for Corephotonics’ patents, telling Dr. Mendlovic and others that even if Apple infringed, it would take years and millions of dollars…

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12:29
Visa swaps payment cards for NFC gloves at the...

Visa is very fond of showing off its tap-to-pay technology at the Olympics, and that's truer than ever with the 2018 Winter Olympics around the corner. The payment giant is selling a trio of NFC-equipped gadgets to help you shop at the PyeongChang g...

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12:27
Apple's AR headset: Rounding up the rumors...




The latest rumors of an in-development augmented reality headset from Apple are the latest in a long line of speculative reports attempting to determine the company's longterm AR intentions. Earlier patent applications and acquisitions seemingly indicate that the iPhone maker already has most of the parts in place to pull off the head-mounted display -- once technology catches up.

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12:16
Jennifer Aniston, Reese Witherspoon morning show...

Not generally a fan of hour-long dramas but I love Aniston and will watch just to see her back on TV.

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12:08
AT&T may have to sell major assets to appease...

Last year, AT&T announced that it was going to acquire Time Warner, a deal that was initially expected to clear by the end of this year with little to no regulatory hurdles. However, last week, reports surfaced that the US Department of Justice (...

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12:07
Jennifer Aniston & Reese Witherspoon drama,...




Apple's drive for unique video is heating up, with a new morning show-related drama starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon reportedly being green-lit, plus a "go-ahead" from Apple for Drake to produce whatever shows or movies the musician wants.

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11:58
Report: iPad redesign in 2018 will bring slim bezels...

Apple is all-in on Face ID. It’s going to take some time for the manufacturing volume to scale up to the point where it can be on all Apple products, but the iPhone X is definitely not a one-off.

That’s the takeaway from the latest out of Mark Gurman and Alex Webb at Bloomberg. Their report claims that at least one model of iPad—roughly the size of the current 10.5-inch iPad Pro—will enjoy a redesign in 2018. 

What might this redesign look like? The report gives only a few details. You can expect slimmer bezels and no Home button. You should not expect an OLED display like that in the iPhone X, however. That's not really a surprise, as an OLED display of that size would balloon costs, and Apple is unlikely to give up the 120Hz variable refresh rate ProMotion technology in its premium iPad.

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11:50
iFixit’s internal iPhone X wallpapers are made more...

iFixit’s teardown of the iPhone X this year revealed Apple’s new unique approach to the layout of the device’s components. Now, as iFixit is wrapping up its iPhone X teardown work, the last thing on its list was to share some cool internal wallpapers.

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11:50
Apple adds Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon...

Apple has bought two seasons of a new TV series that will star Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon. The purchase is part of Apple’s push into owning original content and building out a streaming video service to compete with Netflix and HBO.

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11:48
Apple scoops up Jennifer Aniston and Reese...

Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon’s dramatic series exploring the behind-the-scenes action of daily morning shows and its players, has officially been ordered to series by Apple for two seasons, reports Entertainment Weekly. Witherspoon and Aniston will both star in and executive-produce the untitled project.

JB Lacroix/WireImage; John Shearer/WireImage

According to EW, the drama will be executive-produced by Media Res’ Michael Ellenberg, who previously worked on The Leftovers, with Jay Carson (House of Cards) serving as writer and showrunner. Brian Stelter, host of CNN’s Sunday morning program Reliable Sources and author of Top of the Morning, will consult on the series.

Apple is also planning a reboot of Steven Spielberg’s Amazing Stories as one of its first series in its foray...

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11:47
Apple lands TV drama from Jennifer Aniston and Reese...

Apple's commitment to big-name original shows may go well, well beyond its Steven Spielberg anthology. Both Deadline and Recode sources have heard that Apple has secured the rights to a drama series created by and starring Jennifer Aniston and Reese...

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11:34
Kanye West may be working on a streaming service...

Yeezy and Jay Z haven't had the most comfortable of relationships lately. Kanye West terminated his exclusivity deal with Tidal a few months back, apparently because of the $3 million bucks West says the streaming service owes him for bringing in 1.5...

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11:20
Apple Plans To Start Selling Its AR Headset By 2020...

Apple plans to have an augmented-reality headset complete by 2019, and begin selling it by 2020, Bloomberg reported on Wednesday citing multiple sources familiar with the matter. The report claims that Apple has assembled a team called "T288" with hundreds of engineers to work on an AR headset that doesn't require an iPhone to work. The team is reportedly testing their work with HTC Vive VR headsets and "a device similar to an Oculus Gear VR headset," with goal to build a fully integrated headset that includes a display and cameras powered by a custom chipset. Apple is looking into using its knowledge in designing custom silicon to create a more power-efficient chip for the headset, the report said, adding the chip could be similar to the integrated system used on the Apple Watch.


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11:14
Rumor: the 2018 iPad Pro will sport Face ID, a new...

Apple is working on a redesigned, “high-end iPad” (which, I assume, means an iPad Pro) for 2018 that incorporates iPhone X features such as slimmer edges and Face I.D., reports Bloomberg, quoting unnamed “people familiar with the matter.”

However, the revamped iPads won’t pack an OLED screen as the iPhone X does, the article ads. Bloomberg says the 2018 iPad’s Face ID feature will replace the iPad home button, which will allow Apple to reduce the size of the edges on the top and bottom of the tablet for the first time since its introduction in 2010.

The new iPad is expected to include — as you would expect — a faster processor and a custom Apple graphics processing unit. The tech giant is also preparing a new version of its Apple Pencil stylus and new software tools for using the stylus, adds Bloomberg...

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11:13
Comment: Apple Watch prices at $179 for Black Friday...

We’ve seen a slew of retailers announce their Black Friday deals over at 9to5Toys today, and it seems like one of the hottest items this year will be the Series 1 Apple Watch at under $200. With pricing this low, Apple is sure to gain even more market share from Fitbit and others.

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11:12
PlayStation's redesigned phone app focuses on...

If you've ever used the PlayStation App on your phone, you know how dodgy it has been since launch. Never mind the dated looks -- its interface was a hodgepodge that was never particularly helpful in any one area. At last, though, it's getting a ma...

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