7 min ago
Apple officially welcomes Beats to the family
Apple has officially taken ownership of Beats, and is welcoming them to the company with a small section of the Apple website. The words "Welcome to the Family" are followed by a paragraph stating Apple's excitement on bringing Beats into the fold, and looking forward to the future. From the Apple.com:
23 min ago
Stream movies and TV at 30,000 feet with Fly Delta for iPhone and iPad
Delta has just updated their Fly Delta iPhone and iPad apps to give passengers the ability to stream movies and TV shows through the app when connected to in-flight Wi-Fi. Streaming is done through the Delta Studio section of the apps.
1 hour ago
HP, Gilt, and Michael Bastian partner for stylish new smartwatch
HP's rushing to pre-empt the iWatch with a smartwatch partnership with designer Michael Bastian and online luxury retailer Gilt. Details of this smartwatch will do are slim, but we do know that they're aiming to have it work with iOS and Android — nope, it's not Android Wear — and that there will be companion apps for both platforms that allow users to customize the watch's interface.
2 hours ago
Black login screen on your Mac? Here's the fix!
You restarted your Mac, and now you can't log in. The Apple boot screen appears and pinwheels for a few moments, then the screen goes black. You can still see a cursor, but you can't log in and get any further. Don't panic! We have the fix! Print these instructions out or save them to an iOS device and read them from there — I'll walk you through how to recover.
11 hours ago
iMore show 413: New MacBook Pros, best apps of July
The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode Rene, Peter, and Ally talk best apps and games of July, 2014, streaming music, Facebook and Instagram making separate apps, the new MacBook Pro bumps and price cuts, and more!
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12 hours ago
How to manage web notifications with Mac Safari
Beginning with OS X Mavericks Apple added the ability for web sites to push updates directly to your desktop. Such updates appear in Notification Center, and when you click on them, Safari will open and load the page. But what happens when you receive notifications you don't want anymore? Here's how to manage which sites can ping you and which can't.
12 hours ago
Just deleted Foursquare. Come at me Facebook!
App sprawl is becoming a thing. This evening I opened Foursquare to check into a great new local restaurant I went to, hit the big, honking check it button, and was told to download Swarm. It wasn't an ad. It wasn't something I could dismiss or get around and go on about my check-in business. It was an eviction notice telling me my check-ins within the Foursquare app proper were no longer welcome. I'm sure it's been like that for a while. I almost exclusively use Foursquare when I travel and I haven't traveled since June. Rather than download Swarm, however, I deleted Foursquare. So, now that Facebook is evicting instant message, will that be next?
12 hours ago
Official Wikipedia app updated with beautiful new design
Wikipedia has released a redesigned and updated app for iOS that brings with it a number of improvements, including a speedier experience while researching topics on the go. The re-designed official app also brings with it a cleaner UI to make content the highlight of the experience.
16 hours ago
New and updated apps: Games galore, new analog synth app and Shazam for Mac!
Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got loads of games, an exciting new analog synthesizer app and the first Mac version of Shazam, the popular music discovery tool!
16 hours ago
'BadUSB' malware highlights the danger of plugging random mystery drives into your computer
Another day, another apocalyptic prognostication of computer security doom, this time focusing on the omnipresent USB connection. It's called 'BadUSB', and it's a malware proof-of-concept created by security researchers Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell that exploits a flaw in and resides in the firmware that controls the basic function of USB devices. The researchers claim that it's not a problem that can be patched, saying that they're "exploiting the very way that USB is designed," but in the end all they've done is highlight that you shouldn't go around plugging USB drives, devices, or whatnot that you don't trust into your computer.
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