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Amazon Games Studios bringing four of its titles to iPhone and iPad

Amazon Game Studios will be releasing four of its titles, for iPhone and iPad. These include two new games, Lost Within and Til Morning's Light, along with existing titles Tales from Deep Space and To-Fu Fury.

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Apple will replace AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average

Apple has been picked to replace AT&T in the Dow Jones Industrial Average stock market index, which consists of 30 major US companies.

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Adware sneaks through OS X Gatekeeper loophole

Gatekeeper is OS X's security against malware and adware, but it isn't foolproof. A new warning shows how it can be exploited.

Since OS X 10.7.5 Lion Apple has had a security feature called Gatekeeper. Gatekeeper tries to keep the Mac safe from malware and adware. It isn't foolproof, though. A new report shows how one adware installer manages to make it through OS X's defenses. Read on for details.

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Jony Ive: We're a group of people who love our watches

"It's technology worn on the wrist. I sensed there was an inevitability to it."

Apple's Jony Ive is once again doing an Apple Watch focused interview in advance of the Spring forward event, this time covering everything from how he came to work in Cupertino to the responsibilities of designing for the wrist.

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Why some early Apple Watch apps will be really good

When Apple first introduced the Apple Watch back in September of 2014, there were already some third-party apps running on it. When Apple re-introduces the Apple Watch during Monday's Spring forward event event, there will no doubt be many more.

Just like with the iPhone and iPad, Apple grants some developers early access so that they can have apps ready to show off on the keynote stage, and polished for launch when the App Store goes live. Unlike the iPad, which was chained to tables and locked into windowless rooms, the Apple Watch isn't going to developers — developers are coming to Apple's labs.

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Oracle bundles adware with new Mac Java installer

If you want to keep adware off your Mac, it'd be a good idea to avoid installing Java, according to a new report.

If you strive to keep your Mac free of adware, a new warning suggests that you may want to forgo installing Java all together. Apparently Oracle, which makes Java, is now bundling the Ask toolbar adware with the installer, hijacking some Mac users' web browsers in the process.

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AppleCare reportedly takes over support for Beats Music and Apple Pay for business

Apple has reportedly brought support for Beats Music under its AppleCare wing today, while also doing the same with Apple Pay support for businesses.

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Apple Watch test units reportedly have a hidden Lightning-like port

The Apple Watch has a port that almost nobody has seen. Apple hasn't talked about it and its purpose is a mystery.

The port is apparently consists of a six-dot brass contact, resting inside the groove meant for the bottom strap connection if holding the Apple Watch with the digital crown sitting on the right-hand side. Apple is apparently using it for diagnostic purposes.

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Apple subscription music service will reportedly debut around WWDC

Apple's rumored subscription service based on Beats Music is reportedly set to debut around WWDC 2015.

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Apple starts decking out the Yerba Buena Center ahead of 'Spring Forward' event

Apple has started decorating the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco ahead of their March special event next Monday.

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