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LG debuts three new entrants to its Music Flow series of connected speakers

LG has just announced a new set of Wi-Fi-enabled speakers aimed at competing with Sonos for a spot in your home. In total, the company is introducing three new speakers (one of which is its first battery powered offering) as part of its Music Flow series which can be controlled from iOS devices.

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Apple supplier Pegatron responds to BBC labor report, says it is inspecting negative claims

Apple recently responded to a BBC report on working conditions in factories that produce its products, and now it looks like the manufacturer in question, Pegatron, has something to say as well. In its response, Pegatron says that it will be looking into the negative claims made in the BBC piece.

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Apple issues security update for critical vulnerability in OS X

Apple has issued an update today aimed to address a critical security issue with OS X's Network Time Protocol service. The update is recommended to be installed "as soon as possible" for all users.

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Sonos adds podcasts to its streaming lineup with Spreaker

If you're looking to stream your favorite podcasts in all of their high-def glory on your Sonos speakers, there's some good news today. Spreaker has announced that its podcast service is now integrated into the Sonos Controller App for iOS.

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T-Mobile's John Legere takes digs at competition in new holiday video

T-Mobile's has released a new video for the holidays, starring CEO John Legere. Legere sits by a fire reading a story about how worried AT&T and Verizon are about T-Mobile's gains in the last year. He says a little about T-Mobile's Q3 numbers, including the carrier's record growth.

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Twitter rolls out analytics to its iOS app

If you're a budding social maven, Twitter has some good news for you today. Twitter's Ian Chan just announced via, well, a Tweet, that the micro-blogging service is rolling out its analytics features to its official iOS app so you can now monitor your tweets' reach on the go.

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iTunes gets its own Tumblr, highlights the best music, movies, TV, and books of 2014

As 2014 winds down, Apple has launched a Tumblr site for iTunes. The site currently showcases the best of iTunes in 2014, divided into Music, Movies, TV, and Books.

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Apple Online Store in Russia is back online with some price adjustments

Almost a week after being taken offline, the Apple Online Store for Russia is back in business. It was taken offline last week in response the the falling value of the Russian ruble. It appears that at least some prices in the Russian store have increased by as much as 35%.

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Walt Disney World starts accepting Apple Pay

Disney announced that it would bring contactless payments to its resorts before Christmas, and is now rolling out the feature on December 24. Visitors heading to Walt Disney World will now be able to pay using Apple Pay from their iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Social TV app tvtag goes antisocial and will shut down

Social TV app tvtag for iOS will be shutting down by the end of the year. The service debuted under the name GetGlue about four years ago and recently evolved its branding to tvtag.

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