All Articles by John Callaham

Groove is the new name for Microsoft's Xbox Music app on the iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has rebranded its Xbox Music app for the iPhone and the iPad with the new Groove name, as it has already done for the Windows 10, Android, Xbox One and web versions.

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The Amazon Echo speaker can now also be purchased from Staples.com

The Amazon Echo connected speaker can now be purchased at the Staples.com website, in addition to Amazon.com. Staples is selling the speaker for the same price at $179.99.

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Real Boxing 2 to enter the ring with some impressive graphics later in 2015

Vivid Games has launched the first trailer for Real Boxing 2, the upcoming sequel to their popular mobile boxing game. The trailer shows off some impressive graphics, based on Unreal Engine 4. It will be released later in 2015.

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Cricket Wireless to add unlimited calls and texts from Mexico and Canada to the US in August

Cricket Wireless will add support for unlimited calls and texts from Mexico and Canada to the US in August to its $50 and $60 a month plans. The carrier already supports unlimited calls and texts from the US to Mexico and Canada.

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'Steve Jobs' biopic to screen for New York Film Festival attendees on Oct. 3

The New York Film Festival has selected the upcoming 'Steve Jobs' biopic to be its Centerpiece selection for the 53rd edition of the event. The movie will be shown at the festival on October 3, before it is released to theaters on October 9.

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Office apps for iPhone and iPad gain viewing of protected files and more

Microsoft has updated the Word, Excel and PowerPoint Office apps for iPhone and iPad to version 1.11. They include a way to view protected files, a way to send a document as an attachement in Outlook and more.

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Subway Surfers travel down under to Sydney in its latest update

The latest update to the free-to-play endless running game Subway Surfers takes the team down under to Sydney, Australia for some new tracks, rewards and additional content.

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Mac gamers can finally play Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II

Aspyr Media has just released the Mac version of Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II - The Sith Lords. The game is available for $6.99 in the Mac App Store or for $7.49 via Game Agent and Steam.

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Nokia reportedly will sell HERE Maps division to Audi, BMW and Daimler

Nokia is close to signing a deal to sell its HERE Maps division to German-based car makers Audi, BMW and Daimler. The deal is expected to be worth over $2.71 billion.

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Square Dashboard for iPhone keeps track of sales in real time

Square will release a new app, Square Dashboard, as an exclusive for the iPhone. It allows users of the Square credit card payment system to keep track of all their their sales in real time.

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Pebble Time now on sale in Best Buy stores, Target sales begin in August

Pebble has now expanded sales of its Pebble Time smartwatch to include Best Buy stores in the US. Target will also start selling Pebble Time in stores and on its website the week of August 17.

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T-Mobile will pay $17.5 million fine to the FCC to settle 911 outage investigation

The Federal Communications Commission has revealed T-Mobile has agreed to pay a $17.5 million fine in order to settle an investigation into two separate nationwide 911 outages on the wireless carrier in 2014.

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Microsoft's Age of Empires: Castle Siege available worldwide for iPhone and iPad

After a soft launch in Canada earlier this year, Microsoft has now launched its mobile strategy game Age of Empires: Castle Siege worldwide for the iPhone and iPad. allowing users to play against their Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 counterparts.

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Apple hit with class-action lawsuit over bag searches ordered on its store employees

A class-action lawsuit against Apple filed by two Apple Store employees has been approved by a judge. They claim that Apple's policy to search the bags of store workers when they leave the premises is demeaning and embarrassing, and are looking to be compensated for any time lost in such matters.

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Microsoft's OneNote is now a universal app for iPhone and iPad

Microsoft has merged its OneNote apps for iPhone and iPad and is now providing a universal version of its note-taking app that works on both of Apple's main iOS products.

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Game of Thrones Episode 5: 'A Nest of Vipers' due next week for Mac, iPhone and iPad

Telltale Games will release Game of Thrones Episode 5: 'A Nest of Vipers', the latest chapter in their episodic game series based on the hit HBO TV show, on July 21 for the Mac and July 23 for the iPhone and iPad.

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Angry Birds 2 will take pig-warfare to the next level on July 30

Rovio will release Angry Birds 2, the first real sequel to their highly popular arcade puzzle game series, on July 30. Details about the game have yet to be revealed.

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Neil Young removes his songs from streaming services, says they offer 'worst audio in history'

Classic rocker Neil Young has revealed he is removing his songs from all online streaming services. He believes that at the moment, such services offer "the worst audio in history."

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Sonos PLAY:1 Tone Limited Edition speakers going on sale July 21 for $250

Sonos will begin selling its just announced PLAY:1 Tone Limited Edition wireless speakers on July 21 for $250. The speakers will be released in black and white matte finishes but only 5,000 speakers of each color will be made available for sale.

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Chevron testing Apple Pay at the pump in Northern California

Chevron is currently conducting a limited test of users paying for their gas at the pump via Apple Pay and other NFC payment solutions. The test is just in one location in San Ramon, California but will expand soon to a station in Apple's home town of Cupertino.

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