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Jawbone reportedly stops making its UP fitness trackers

A new report claims that Jawbone has stopped making its line of UP fitness trackers and has sold its remaining inventory to a third-party company.

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Save $200 on select Apple Watch models at Best Buy until May 30

Best Buy has cut the price on some Apple Watch models by $200 as part of their Memorial Day sales event. The discounts will remain until May 30.

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SMITE beta brings the MOBA brawler to Mac

Hi-Rez Studios has released an OS X version of its popular free-to-play MOBA game SMITE. The game, which is officially in beta form, is available via Steam.

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Apple's rumored rival for Amazon Echo could include a camera

A new report claims Apple will include a camera in its upcoming rival product to the Amazon Echo speaker that could be used for facial recognition features.

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Chick-fil-A's emoji keyboard helps you express your love of waffle fries

The Chick-fil-A fast food franchise has launched its own mobile keyboard, allowing people to use over 20 emojis, stickers and GIFs on a variety of messaging apps.

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Next Apple TV may be Apple's answer to Amazon Echo

A new report claims that Apple's rumored competitor to the Amazon Echo connected speaker might be launched in the form of a revamped Apple TV box.

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VirnetX files legal motion for Apple to stop offering FaceTime and iMessage

The patent holding company VirnetX has filed a court motion against Apple, asking a judge to rule that the company stop offering its FaceTime and iMessage features.

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Pixelmator for the Mac adds Quick Selection and Retouch Extension for photos

The popular Mac image editing app Pixelmator has been updated to version 3.5. Among other things, it adds some new selection tools along with a Retouch Extension for photos.

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Apple reportedly considered buying Time Warner, might still fund original TV content

A new report claims Apple briefly considered putting in a bid to acquire Time Warner in late 2015. Even though those talks didn't work out, the report says Apple is still interested in creating its own TV content.

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Periscope will now permanently save your broadcasts by default

An update to the live streaming app Periscope now has it saving broadcasts permanently by default. They can still be deleted manually after a broadcasts ends.

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Apple must sell locally-sourced goods to open up shop in India, government says

A new report claims that the Indian government won't be granting Apple an exception to its rules for for opening retail stores in the country, which state that at least 30% of the value in the store's product sales must come from local sources.

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One Foxconn factory has reportedly replaced 60,000 workers with robots

A new report claims Foxconn, which assembles iPhones for Apple, has replaced 60,000 of its 110,000 workers at one of its Chinese factories with robots.

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Pokémon GO beta invites are going out to U.S. testers

Niantic Labs is now sending out invites in the U.S. to players who wanted to beta test its upcoming Pokémon GO augmented reality game.

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AT&T offers more data for the same price on its high-speed GoPhone plans

AT&T has announced it is adding more high-speed data for customers who are signed up for their pre-paid GoPhone plans.

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Apple rolls out first iOS 9.3.3 public beta to testers

Apple has begun rolling out the iOS 9.3.3 beta 1 to its public testers, a day after it released the same build to developers.

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Apple rehires software security expert Jon Callas

Apple has confirmed it has rehired Jon Callas, a well-known expert in software security and encryption, sometime earlier in May.

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Adonit Pixel offers 'pixelpoint precision' for the iPad family

Adonit has announced their latest stylus for the iPad, the Pixel. The Bluetooth-enabled stylus is available in black or bronze for $79.99.

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Microsoft's News Pro app adds Rowe, your personal news bot

Microsoft has launched a major 2.0 update for the News Pro iPhone app. It adds a Groups feature along with a personal news bot, Rowe.

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ComiXology Unlimited offers access to thousands of comics for $6 a month

ComiXology, the biggest digital comics service that's owned by Amazon, has launched ComiXology Unlimited in the U.S. It offers access to thousands of digital comics for $5.99 a month, with a free trial.

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Twitter will roll out exceptions to 140-character post limit in the coming months

Twitter has announced that it will add a number of exceptions to the social network's previously strict 140-character post limit in the coming months.

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