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Microsoft may have offered to buy part of Nokia's HERE maps division

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Microsoft may have offered to buy part of Nokia's HERE maps division

Microsoft may have an offer on the table to purchase a minority stake in Nokia's HERE maps division, according to a new report. It also says there may be more interested buyers for the unit as well

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PCalc brings their own take on wrist calculations to the Apple Watch

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PCalc brings their own take on wrist calculations to the Apple Watch

Popular calculator app PCalc has been updated with Apple Watch support, allowing you to make quick calculations without pulling out your phone.

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TomTom will continue to provide data for Apple Maps

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TomTom will continue to provide data for Apple Maps

TomTom has revealed it has extended its agreement with Apple to provide data for the iOS and OS X Maps app, but no other information on the renewal has been disclosed.

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MixRadio leaves beta, brings the noise to the iPhone for the first time

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MixRadio leaves beta, brings the noise to the iPhone for the first time

Popular streaming music service, MixRadio, has today announced its official arrival on iPhone at an event in New York City.

The expansion away from Windows Phone comes as MixRadio recently left Microsoft ownership and was acquired by LINE, perhaps best known for its cross-platform messaging app.

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How to fix a stuck app install on Apple Watch

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How to fix a stuck app install on Apple Watch

Have apps on your Apple Watch that are stuck installing or updating?

If so, you're not alone. Sometimes, no matter how much time you give an Apple Watch app to install or update, it still shows the loading icon. While Apple will most likely address this issue in a future update, we can walk you through how to unstick app installs and updates right now!

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Automatic opens the door to developers as new hardware hits the road

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Automatic opens the door to developers as new hardware hits the road

Automatic has released the second generation of the smart driving assistant hardware. This is coupled with the launch of a gallery for Automatic-compatible apps, as well as an SDK for developers.

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Intel will reveal the 'next generation of Thunderbolt' at Computex on June 2

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Intel will reveal the 'next generation of Thunderbolt' at Computex on June 2

Intel says it will reveal "the next generation" of its Thunderbolt data and display port technology at a press event be held at the Computex trade show in Taiwan on June 2.

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Best waterproof cases for iPhone 6 Plus

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Best waterproof cases for iPhone 6 Plus

Best waterproof cases for iPhone 6 Plus

If you want to hit the beach — or the hot tub! — with your iPhone 6 Plus, a waterproof case is a must-have.

A waterproof case not only protects your iPhone 6 Plus from water damage, but from sand, dust, and dirt as well. It also lets you take awesome underwater pictures! Since failure isn't an option, it's so important to make sure you pick the right waterproof case for you. Here are the ones we recommend!

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Apple's new dock keeps your Lightning-equipped iPhone upright

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Apple's new dock keeps your Lightning-equipped iPhone upright

Apple has released a new dock accessory for its iPhone models with Lightning ports, which include the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, along with the iPhone 5, 5c, and 5s.

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Apple Pay's latest US bank additions bring the total number to nearly 300

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Apple Pay's latest US bank additions bring the total number to nearly 300

The list of US banks that support Apple Pay has increased once again, with 30 more additions to Apple's list, bringing the total number of banks that support the company's payment service to nearly 300.

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I'd love it if iOS 9 brought 'complications' to the iPhone lock screen

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I'd love it if iOS 9 brought 'complications' to the iPhone lock screen

I'd love it if iOS 9 brought 'complications' to the iPhone lock screen

Complications are what I miss most when not wearing my Apple Watch, especially when I'm looking at my iPhone lock screen.

I've been thinking about this for a while, but I became acutely aware of it this weekend when I took my Apple Watch off for a couple of hours to see what, if anything, I'd miss. I expected primarily to be annoyed by the iPhone's notifications, having to reach for my phone at every buzz and beep like it was 2014 again. But after repeatedly glancing at my wrist and seeing nothing but wrist, I realized how much I'd come to depend on the highly accessible, hyper-dense information provided by the Apple Watch's clock face complications.

"Complications" refer to any feature on a watch beyond showing the time in hours and minutes. With the Apple Watch, however, they've come to mean something more. That's the advantage of taking wearables from analog and digital to computational. Almost subconsciously, I'd gotten used to subtly turning my arm and remaining almost passively, constantly aware of the weather, my activity progress, my calendar, and more. Then, when I did reach for my iPhone 6 Plus to check a notification, the lack of similar information on my lock screen was notable. That's why I'm hoping Apple considers adding complications to the lock screen in iOS 9.

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How to stream from a Mac to an Apple TV with no Wi-Fi

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How to stream from a Mac to an Apple TV with no Wi-Fi

iOS 8 introduced peer-to-peer AirPlay streaming between iPhone, iPad, and third-generation Apple TVs. What about the Mac?

The Apple TV is capable of streaming video content over the Internet or content that's stored locally on host Macs or Windows PCs connected to the same Wi-Fi network. But what if there is no local Wi-Fi network? Well, this week, I'm actually coming to you with a question, because I'm stumped.

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Here are the new 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad and $1999 Retina 5K iMac

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Here are the new 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad and $1999 Retina 5K iMac

Apple has released an updated 15-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display and $1999 entry level iMac with Retina 5K display.

The 15-inch MacBook update not only brings Apple's new Force Touch trackpad to the bigger, more powerful model, but faster flash storage, longer battery life, and a faster AMD Radeon R9 M370X discreet graphics option. The new, lower price point on the Retina 5K iMac makes Apple's latest all-in-one desktop more accessible, and a price-drop on the higher-end model to $2,299 makes the entire lineup more affordable as well.

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Deezer prepares to battle competitors by adding podcasts and radio shows

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Deezer prepares to battle competitors by adding podcasts and radio shows

Deezer, the popular destination for those who enjoy streaming music, is adding podcasts into the mix to better position itself against the competition.

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Comic: The Mystery of Windows X

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microsoft is about to launch windows 10 or should i say WINDOWS X?! you know X is pronounced ten right?

Comic: The Mystery of Windows X

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The Mystery of Windows X

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