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First teaser for Star Wars: The Force Awakens debuts online

As promised the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens is now available on the iTunes Movie Trailers site. The 90-second trailer features footage of stormtroopers, lightsabers, the Millennium Falcon, more more. From iTunes Movie Trailers:

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iPhones and iPads led the way in mobile shopping on Thanksgiving

Online sales during Thanksgiving were up this year, with iPhones and iPads grabbing a large percentage of online shopping on mobile devices. Overall online sales were up 14 percent over 2013, with iOS devices alone counting for a quarter of all sales. iOS devices also had a substantial lead in mobile site traffic.

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Apple's Black Friday iTunes (RED) gift card promotion is live in the U.S.

Apple is once again offering Product (RED) iTunes gift cards with the purchase of any qualifying iPod, iPhone, iPad, and Mac bought on Black Friday. The promotion is now live in the U.S., and here's how it works:

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We went to the Tales from the Borderlands premiere and lived to Tell the Tale

Tales from the Borderlands is a brand-new episodic adventure game set within the Borderlands universe. A collaboration between Telltale Games and Gearbox Software, Tales is the most story-driven Borderlands game yet. Players can grab the episodes individually as they are released, or opt for a season pass to get all five episodes for a little cheaper. The first episode is already available on Xbox One and 360, Playstation 3 and 4, and PC and Mac, with the Android and iOS versions sometime thereafter.

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New iPhone 6 commercial shows off voice messaging

Apple seems to be on a bit of an ad streak lately. After releasing 2 new ads highlighting Continuity and gaming just a couple of days ago, another new commercial has popped up that details iOS 8's voice messaging feature.

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U.S. passes E-Label Act to free your gadgets from ugly labels

President Obama has signed the E-Label Act into law on Wednesday, which will allow electronics manufacturers to add labels for products using software rather than having to print the labels on hardware. Essentially, with the law, phones and tablets can be made with cleaner designs as labels and stickers will no longer be needed and the information could instead be found within the phone's software. iPhones and iPads today ship with a number of identifying information, including the serial number printed onto the shell, along with recycling information, the FCC logo, the CE logo, and the model number.

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Star Wars: The Force Awakens trailer to make Black Friday debut on iTunes

It appears that fans of Star Wars won't have to make the trek to local theaters to see the trailer for the newest franchise installment. On a post on Twitter, the Disney-owned Lucasfilm production announced that the trailer for Star Wars: The Force Awakens will also be available on Black Friday, November 28, on Apple's iTunes.

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Apple Watch landing page updated with more detailed feature sections

While the arrival date of the Apple Watch is still very much a mystery, it looks like Apple is at least willing to give us a few more peeks at the device. The company quietly updated the Apple Watch landing page today, and it now goes more in-depth on the various features of the device.

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iOS 8 now installed on 60 percent of devices

Apple has announced that its iOS 8 operating system for iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad now is installed on 60 percent of devices as of November 24. With the latest numbers, iOS 7 is installed on 35 percent of devices while prior iOS versions are on 5 percent of devices.

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Twitter app graph raises privacy concerns as it tracks installed third-party apps

In an effort to build a more personalized experience, Twitter has announced it will be collecting a list of user-installed applications on iOS and Android smartphone as part of its app graph program. Though Twitter says it will not be collecting data inside those apps, users who do not wish to participate can opt out.

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