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Apple's rumored iOS 8 Healthbook application to track fitness, bloodwork, and more

New details have emerged about Apple's rumored Healthbook application, reportedly coming in iOS 8. The application is supposed to track several points of health and fitness data and utilizes a card-based interface similar to Passbook, with a card for each health category.

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Jony Ive thinks we're surrounded by 'anonymous, poorly made objects'

Apple SVP of Design, Jony Ive, has given a pretty candid interview in which he makes a number of statements about design, and the products which fill our lives. It's a pretty lengthy interview, and the story unfolds in this past weekends Sunday Times:

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iOS 8 might offer adjustments to Notifications Center and Messages, better communication between apps

It appears that improvements to Notification Center, Messages, and more might be coming in iOS 8. Among these improvements is the removal of the Missed section of Notification Center, with missed notifications being combined with what is currently called the All tab.

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Google drops prices on Drive storage, offers 1TB for $9.99 a month

Google is cutting the price of thier Google Drive storage offerrings. The most drastic of these is the 1TB option, previously available for $49.99 per month, and has been dropped to $9.99 per month.

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iOS 8 might see TextEdit and Preview apps for iCloud, icons leaked [Updated]

iOS 8 may bring some improvements to iCloud, including the addition of TextEdit and Preview apps for the iPhone and iPad. On OS X the two have had iCloud sync built in since 10.8 Mountain Lion, but according to Mark Gurman of 9to5Mac, Apple is testing mobile versions of both:

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Amazon to raise the price of Prime service by $20

If you're a fan of Amazon's Prime service, be prepared to pay more when your membership renews this year. Amazon sent out a letter to Prime members to let them know that it'll cost $99 from here on out, up from $79.

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T-Mobile plans to complete 4G LTE transition by mid-2015

It was one year ago that T-Mobile USA began to transition its mobile phone network to LTE. Now the company has announced a major network transition as it continues that effort by upgrading its older, slower 2G/EDGE network with 4G LTE coverage as well. T-Mobile expects to be 50 percent complete with that transition by the end of 2014, with the the program expected to be "substantially complete" by the middle of next year.

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Homeland being added to UK and Ireland Netflix today, there goes the weekend!

British and Irish folks looking for a weekend Netflix binge need look no further than Homeland. The first two seasons of the smash hit show are being added to the UK and Ireland Netflix collection today, March 13, for the very first time. Until now we've been able to get episodes pretty much as they air via the iTunes Store, but at a considerably higher price than a monthly Netflix subscription.

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United Airlines launching free in-flight video service for iOS devices

If you fly with United Airlines then your iPhone or iPad is about to get a whole lot more useful onboard with the news of its new in-flight video service. Rolling out in stages from next month, the service will offer up 150 movies and 200 TV shows that can be streamed through the United iOS application.

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CarPlay for Toyota confirmed, and then retracted, for 2015

Toyota is the latest auto maker to re-affirm its commitment to CarPlay for future vehicles, without saying exactly – or even vaguely – when it will be coming. In an article posted to its official UK blog, Toyota initially said 2015 before then retracting this statement saying it was an error.

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