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Apple to host Q2 2015 earnings call on April 27

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Apple to host Q2 2015 earnings call on April 27

Apple has scheduled its Q2 earnings call for Monday, April 27.

The call will take place at 2 PM PST/5 PM EST, and audio from the call will be streamed on Apple's website.

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3 hours ago

Apple seeds new public, developer beta build for OS X 10.10.3

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Apple seeds new public, developer beta build for OS X 10.10.3

Apple has seeded a new beta of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 to both developers and public beta testers today.

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3 hours ago

WWE 2K will bring pro wrestling to the iPhone and iPad

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WWE 2K will bring pro wrestling to the iPhone and iPad

2K Sports and World Wrestling Entertainment plan to bring classic pro wresting action to the iPhone and iPad this spring with the new WWE 2K game.

The game will be developed by n-Space and will cost $7.99 when it's released on the App Store.

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3 hours ago

The Spatials lets you build the hottest tourist spot in the galaxy

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The Spatials lets you build the hottest tourist spot in the galaxy

The Spatials, is a new space-based simulation game that puts you in charge of the galaxy's most popular tourist attraction.

Now available for Mac, The Spatials starts you on a lone asteroid in a randomly-generated galaxy, and you'll need to build out your space station, make contact with new alien species, and fight off space pirates to build your business.

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4 hours ago

How to get your Mac menu bar under control

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How to get your Mac menu bar under control

How to get your Mac menu bar under control

Adding apps and software to OS X Yosemite can clutter up the menu bar. Fortunately there are easy ways to fix that problem.

Creative Cloud, Dropbox, Time Machine. Before you know it your menu bar is crowded from both ends. Especially when you're using a smaller screen, like on the MacBook Air, you might like to keep your menu bar tidy. Here's a few of my top recommendations for unflattering your Mac menu bar:

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4 hours ago

How to switch from the Samsung Galaxy S to the iPhone 6

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How to switch from the Samsung Galaxy S to the iPhone 6

How to switch from the Samsung Galaxy S to the iPhone 6

Samsung has released their new Galaxy S6 and if you're disappointed you waited, or tried it out and decided it wasn't for you, here's how to switch — or switch back to the iPhone.

The only constant with Samsung is change. Every year is feels like they try something different. That can make it both interesting and maddening for those already using one of the company's phones, or waiting to see what using one might be like. Take the all-new Samsung Galaxy S6 by way of example. It swaps out the plastic casing, replaceable battery, SD card slot, and water-proofing of last year's model for a metal chassis, and Touch ID- and Apple Pay-like features that seem right out of the iPhone's playbook. So, whether you feel like Samsung is no longer filling your needs, or if you're going to iPhone-like you might as well go iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus proper, here's what you need to know to switch — or switch back — to iPhone.

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5 hours ago

Google brings your photos and files together by adding Google+ Photos to Google Drive

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Google brings your photos and files together by adding Google+ Photos to Google Drive

Google is making it even easier to keep your photos and files in the same place by adding Google+ Photos into Google Drive.

Google is now making organizing your photos and files even easier by showing your Google+ Photos in Google Drive. Over the course of the next few weeks users will be able to view images from Google+ Photos in their Drive account.

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5 hours ago

Facebook Messenger brings in other apps for GIFs, videos, and more

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Facebook Messenger brings in other apps for GIFs, videos, and more

Facebook Messenger has received an update that lets people easily install and third-party apps to send GIFs, stickers, videos, and more through Messenger.

Facebook announced the Messenger Platform last week at their F8 developer conference. The idea behind the platform is to let developers hook their apps into Messenger.

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6 hours ago

Microsoft quietly launches iPhone beta for Project Phoenix expense report app

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Microsoft quietly launches iPhone beta for Project Phoenix expense report app

Microsoft has very quietly launched a limited beta testing program for Project Phoenix, a new expense reporting app. At the moment, it's an exclusive for the iPhone.

The official Facebook page for Project Phoenix first launched earlier this month, with a summary of the development team's idea behind the app.

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6 hours ago

Apple Maps Connect expands to Italy, Mexico, and Switzerland

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Apple Maps Connect expands to Italy, Mexico, and Switzerland

Apple's Maps Connect service for small businesses has expanded to Italy, Mexico, and Switzerland.

Maps Connect allows small business owners to edit data about their business for Apple Maps, such as address and hours of operation.

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7 hours ago

Play this Mac/iOS game: Sid Meier's Starships

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Play this Mac/iOS game: Sid Meier's Starships

Play this Mac/iOS game: Sid Meier's Starships

Combine galactic conquest with fleet battles and you have the basic recipe of Sid Meier's Starships, available for Mac, PC and iOS. It's ridiculous fun.

Set in the same continuity introduced in Sid Meier's Civilizations, Starships emphasizes turn-based tactical combat over civilization building. Though there's some of that too, as you'll see.

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7 hours ago

How to change someone's Snapchat display name

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How to change someone's Snapchat display name

Snapchat may not allow you to change your actual username, but it does let people change their display names.

If you use Snapchat regularly and have lots of friends, display names can quickly become a mess. While some people use their regular names like good social citizens, others feel the need to change them to non-descriptive nicknames that can create confusion over who is actually sending you a snap. If you prefer order in your Snapchat universe, you can easily override their chosen display name in favor of one of your own creation. Here's how!

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7 hours ago

Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes it easier to get started on your new app or web design

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Adobe Comp CC for iPad makes it easier to get started on your new app or web design

Adobe has launched a new app for the iPad called Comp CC. It's been made to give designers a basic way to make initial designs that can be filled out on the company's desktop apps.

Adobe Comp CC has been made to replace the use of pen and paper for designers of mobile apps, websites and more for their first brainstorms, but adding the ability to use assets from Adobe's cloud service.

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8 hours ago

Some users experiencing issues using Gmail over IMAP, Google working to fix

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Some users experiencing issues using Gmail over IMAP, Google working to fix

A large set of Gmail users are experiencing a service disruption when using the service with an IMAP mail client.

Google is aware of the problem and is working on a fix. The issues seem to only be affecting those using Gmail with an IMAP mail client, and results in error messages and other problems.

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9 hours ago

The Apple Watch will get little regulation from the FDA on health uses

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The Apple Watch will get little regulation from the FDA on health uses

The Apple Watch is not going to be highly regulated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration in terms of its health uses.

According to a report from Bloomberg, the FDA's Bakul Patel says the agency won't be jumping in to issue rules on how Apple's wearable device can be used by health companies.

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