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Avernum 2 developer pulling the plug on iOS game development

A long-time game developer is saying goodbye to iOS development, citing constant changes made to iOS that made building his games problematic.

Jeff Vogel, the man behind Spiderweb Software and developer of games such as Avernum, Avadon, and their sequels, is pulling the plug on iOS development of his games.

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Dropbox will now let you comment on shared files on the web

Dropbox has made collaborating on shared documents easier with the introduction of comments.

While Dropbox for Business early access users have been able to comment on documents since late March, the company has now made this ability available to all users. Comments are available for any file stored in Dropbox.

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Sprint's new promotion cuts its monthly tablet data plan by 50 percent for six months

Sprint is launching a new promotion that will cut its monthly tablet data by 50 percent.

The promotional deal is for customers who buy a new tablet and activate or upgrade to a new smartphone at the same time. The offer is available via Sprint's retail stores from now until June 11.

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Show your Classic Mac love with this custom pen holder

Want to show off your affection for classic Mac designs and iconography? This 3D-printed pen holder is just the ticket.

Ask fans of old-school Macs what a desk accessory is, and they'll tell you it's software designed to run on the classic Mac OS. But this desk accessory is a real thing that sits on your desk and looks retro-cool in the process.

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T-Mobile added 1.8 million new customers in Q1 2015

T-Mobile today released the company's earnings report for Q1 2015, announcing continued positive growth for the first quarter of the year.

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Apple's court-appointed 'anti-trust' monitor now billing for reading newspapers

At $3 million an counting, with 27 new ultimatums on the table, Apple's 'legal monitor' still desperately needs legal monitoring.

Whether or not you believe Apple was guilty of anti-trust abuses during the launch of the iBook store in 2010 or not, the behavior of Judge Denis Cote and her friend and 'anti-trust' monitor continues to conduct himself in a way that should deeply concern every business in the U.S.

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Apple Pay will come to more than 50 hospitals across the U.S. this year

InstaMed, a payment service provider for the healthcare industry, recently announced that it will begin to support Apple Pay as a payment option for its customers.

By adding support for Apple Pay, patients will be able to use the payment service to pay for services from InstaMed partner hospitals across the U.S. this year.

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Best Buy adds Apple Pay support in its iPhone app, in-store payments coming later in 2015

Best Buy is the latest major US retailer to add support for Apple Pay, first for inside its iPhone app and later in its retail store locations.

Apple Pay can be used right now to purchase items via the official Best Buy app for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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Apple Q2 2015 conference call: Just the highlights!

Apple has just announced the company's Q2 2015 financial results and, as always, a conference call follows.

The call includes statements and a question and answer session. We'll have a complete transcript available after the show. In the meantime, here are live updates of only the most important details and revelations. We're updating as the call happens, so refresh your browser for the latest highlights.

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Apple to give back $200 billion to its shareholders by end of March 2017

Apple plans to give a ton of money back to its very, very happy shareholders, with a total of $200 billion to be sent out to those stock owners by the end of March 2017.

Apple is able to accomplish this feat because it is increasing its current capital return program by over 50%.

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