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Snag the CarPlay compatible Pioneer AVH-4100NEX for just $570 from Amazon

Amazon currently has a pretty good deal going on the recently-released CarPlay-sporting Pioneer AVH-4100NEX — dropping the price of the unit to just $569.95.

While the unit carries an MSRP of $700, Amazon's deal marks it down from its previous list price of $849.99. While it's still a tad expensive, the discount makes it a bit easier to get some CarPlay into your vehicle.

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Tim Cook speaks out against controversial bills in Indiana, Arkansas

Tim Cook isn't just Apple's CEO, he's increasingly the company's and the industry's voice for inclusivity and equality.

As such, it should come as no surprise that Tim Cook has taken to Twitter to speak out on the potentially discriminatory new legislation being proposed and passed in Arkansa and Indiana.

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Pebble Time crosses $20 million in Kickstarter funding with just under 24 hours to go

There's no doubt that the Pebble Time's Kickstarter campaign has been a massive success — and now the device has crossed the $20 million funding mark with just under 24 hours left to go.

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Tim Cook speaks about following Steve Jobs in new profile

Tim Cook talks about his time at the helm of Apple and following Steve Jobs in a new interview.

Cook says that he has learned a lot from his time as CEO, a position that he's occupied full-time since August 2011.

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Microsoft rolling out beta invites for Skype on the web

Microsoft is providing yet another way to keep in contact with friends and family by releasing invites for the "Skype for Web" beta.

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Beatport's new app will drop the ultimate bass on your iPhone and iPad

Beatport will dock at the Apple harbour by launching a new app for those who enjoy dance music. The online music resource recently launched a new free streaming service, which these new apps will compliment. It plans to become the number one destination for not only music fans, but also DJs looking to stock up on tracks.

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Reported acquisition of big data analytics firm Acunu highlights Apple's push to improve cloud services

Apple reportedly acquired U.K.-based big data analytics firm Acunu back in 2013, with the company's tools said to bolster back-end data infrastructure for services such as iCloud.

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Apple Stores will reportedly give Apple Watch Edition customers extra hands-on time

Apple will reportedly allow customers interested in the most expensive variant of the Apple Watch 30 minutes of hands-on time to check it out.

The expanded appointment window for the Apple Watch Edition would be double the standard 15-minute window offered to customers trying out other models.

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Apple's streaming music plans may include a revamped iTunes Radio, exclusive albums

Apple's rumored music streaming plans may include a revamped iTunes Radio, as well as exclusive album launch deals for the upcoming service.

While a new report from The New York TImes largely focuses on a number of previously rumored details about Apple's streaming music plans, it does point to some new details in the form of a revamped iTunes Radio headed up by former BBC Radio DJ and recent Apple hire, Zane Lowe.

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The Fitbit mobile app now lets you sync multiple trackers to your account

File this one under first-world problems but if you are like us and own multiple Fitbit trackers (collect them all!) you no longer have to decide which to wear. In a backend update, Fitbit has thrown the switch to let users synchronize multiple Fitbit Trackers to their account through the mobile app.

Previously, if you owned the more rugged and full-featured Surge and the leaner Charge HR, you would have to pair only one to your account. The other device would essentially be kicked out from tracking until you repaired it.

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