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4 days ago

How to add your Cree Connected bulb to a Hue hub

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How to add your Cree Connected bulb to a Hue hub

The folks at Cree dropped the first bulb in their new Connected line this week at Home Depot, and if you're looking for cheaper bulbs to add to your connected home these are the way to go. Rather than bind themselves to a single kind of connecte hub, Cree Connected bulbs work with any ZigBee hub. You wouldn't know that by looking at the box, however, since the only instructions included are to connect to the Wink hub. While Wink is a decent way to go if you've already decided to go that route, those of us with the Philips Hue hub running multiple rooms of bulbs are probably going to want to keep using the Hue apps to control those bulbs. The Cree Connected bulbs won't automatically connect to the Hue hub out of the box, but through the manual add feature in the Hue app you can add the Cree bulbs with no problem.

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4 days ago

Apple releases OS X 10.10.2 with fixes for Wi-Fi, Spotlight issues and more

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Apple releases OS X 10.10.2 with fixes for Wi-Fi, Spotlight issues and more

Apple has released OS X Yosemite 10.10.2 to the public. This update is meant to fix a number of issues in Yosemite, including an issue that caused Wi-Fi to disconnect.

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4 days ago

Apple Q1 2015 results coming 4:30pm ET, call at 5pm ET — be here!

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Apple Q1 2015 results coming 4:30pm ET, call at 5pm ET — be here!

If you're interested in AAPL the stock as much as you are Apple the company, then this is your reminder that Q1 2015 earnings will be announced at 1:30pm PT, 4:30pm ET this afternoon with the usual conference call to follow at 2pm PT. iMore will be providing our usual color and commentary before, during, and after.

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5 days ago

iOS 8.1.3 is here! Fixes Spotlight, takes less space to install, and more bugs squashed!

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iOS 8.1.3 is here! Fixes Spotlight, takes less space to install, and more bugs squashed!

Apple has just released iOS 8.1.3 for iPhone and iPad devices. The over-the-air update has a number of fixes and improvements, including one that should cut down on the amount of storage needed for future software updates.

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5 days ago

Moment Case for iPhone 6 hopes to be the case of choice for mobile photography

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Moment Case for iPhone 6 hopes to be the case of choice for mobile photography

Moment has launched the Kickstarter for their new iPhone case, the Moment Case for iPhone 6. The case was designed to help you take a better picture. The case is compatible with the Moment Lenses, which were funded on Kickstarter last year. The case has a number of built-in features to make help you take better photos.

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5 days ago

There are now even vending machines that accept Apple Pay

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There are now even vending machines that accept Apple Pay

Apple Pay support is expanding yet again, this time to nearly 200,000 self-service machines (i.e. vending machines) across the United States. The machines, run by USA Technologies, have all been remotely updated to support the contactless payment system Apple introduced with the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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5 days ago

How to upload and edit DSLR photos on your iPad

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How to upload and edit DSLR photos on your iPad

Working for iMore has gotten me to once again appreciate my good old Canon DSLR. For the last few years, my poor camera often ended up hidden in a corner, making an appearance only when my iPhone wouldn't do or for special vacations. With smartphone cameras so good these days, it's been hard to justify carrying around the extra weight for a non-internet-enabled device.

But DSLRs — especially DSLRs with nice lenses — can take wonderful pictures if you're willing to work with them. For me, this meant figuring out a faster workflow than "taking a bunch of pictures, waiting until I got home to my computer to upload them, then slowly sorting through them via an app like Lightroom."

That solution? The iPad.

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5 days ago

Lowepro Passport Sling III review: A great travel gear bag at a great price

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Lowepro Passport Sling III review: A great travel gear bag at a great price

Lowepro Passport Sling III review: A great travel gear bag at a great price

When I first saw the Lowepro Passport Sling III, I though it was odd looking. I definitely didn't think it'd be a bag I'd end up owning. Yet I kept coming back to it on Amazon. I kept looking at it. And then I hit "buy now"...

A month and four countries later, and I'm glad I did.

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5 days ago

Pushbullet arrives on iPad with share extension, Mac version comes along for the ride

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Pushbullet arrives on iPad with share extension, Mac version comes along for the ride

Pushbullet, a service that allows you to send notifications, links, and more to all of your devices, has come to iPad and Mac. The iPad version comes as an update to the iPhone app. The iOS app update also adds a number of new features including compatibility with the new mac app, a share extension, and more.

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5 days ago

How to turn your Mac into an audio DVR

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How to turn your Mac into an audio DVR

I listen to a fair amount of "live" audio on my Mac in the form of Beats Music, streaming radio, or roller derby play-by-plays. It's easy enough to replay a song if I've missed it on Beats, but not so much when it comes to actual live audio. So I was thrilled to discover Audio Hijack 3's new "Time Shift" feature, which lets you pause, rewind, and fast forward through live audio.

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5 days ago

iOS games you need to play: Yak Dash, Fast Fishing, Mayday and more!

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iOS games you need to play: Yak Dash, Fast Fishing, Mayday and more!

There are always tons of games to pick from in the App Store, but only a few are good enough to make the grade for our picks. Here's a roundup of some of the most fun games I've played on iPad and iPhone over the past few weeks.

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5 days ago

Apple takes top smartphone vendor spot in China thanks to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

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Apple takes top smartphone vendor spot in China thanks to iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Apple was apparently the number one smartphone smartphone vendor in China for the first time during Q4 2014, measured by units shipped. Apple seems to have beat out the likes of Xiaomi, Samsung, and Huawei to come out on top. Apple's success in China was primarily due to the release of the larger iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

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5 days ago

Snapchat Discover is like Snapchat Stories, but for publications

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Snapchat Discover is like Snapchat Stories, but for publications

Snapchat is launching a new Discover feature that is, in essence, Snapchat Stories but for online video and photo publications. Snapchat Discover brings together photos and videos from a variety of external sources, as well as Snapchat's own internal content.

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5 days ago

Apple TV adds 120 Sports to its channel lineup

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Apple TV adds 120 Sports to its channel lineup

The Apple TV has received a new sports channel today, 120 Sports. The channel provides on-demand video from a number of professional sports leagues, including the NBA, MLB, and NFL. Videos let you catch up on the latest sports news and watch highlights of recent games.

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5 days ago

'BADASS' surveillance program let British, Canadian governments spy on smartphones

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'BADASS' surveillance program let British, Canadian governments spy on smartphones

More information about government surveillance has come to light, and it seems that the British and Canadian governments apparently used special software filters to acquire sensitive smartphone user data from the servers of a number of advertising and analytics companies. The program, called BADASS, gathered unencrypted data sent to the companies from iPhones and other devices. The data collected by these companies can give whoever is looking at it a lot of information about individual users.

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