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Dungeon Hunter 5 slashes its way onto iOS on March 12

Gameloft has announced today that its popular hack and slash series, Dungeon Hunter, is about to get a sequel. Dungeon Hunter 5 will be bringing its dungeon crawling goodness to iOS on March 12.

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What you need to know about Photos for OS X

Our long national iCloud photo-syncing nightmare is almost over: Apple's put out some new information about Photos for Mac, OS X Yosemite's official successor to iPhoto, and now the first public beta is available for those who want to try it early. When can you expect to see Photos arrive on your own computer? What's changed from iPhoto? What's stayed the same? Read on.

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Tim Cook talks privacy, Apple Watch, and Steve Jobs in new interview

Apple CEO Tim Cook recently gave an interview with German newspaper BILD, speaking on topics ranging from the Apple Watch to data privacy, and Steve Jobs.

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Apple and IBM release 3 new iOS-specific apps for enterprise

Last year, Apple and IBM teamed up on a number of new enterprise solutions, and today they've released three new apps that join the existing lineup. The new additions to the bunch are Advisor Alerts, Passenger Care, and Dynamic Buy.

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Apple Watch's magazine world tour continues with stop in Hong Kong's East Touch

The Apple Watch is continuing its tour of magazines around the globe, this time with a stop in Hong Kong's East Touch magazine.

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Apple launches new 'World Gallery' promoting iPhone 6 photography

Apple has launched a new page promoting amazing photos taken with the iPhone 6.

Called the "World Gallery", the page spotlights the photography of iPhone 6 owners all over the world. Each photo comes with a caption talking about how each photo was created.

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HTC and Under Armour announce iOS-compatible Grip fitness tracker

We've patiently been awaiting the first wearable from smartphone (and tablet) manufacturer HTC. Today, we've got it — and it supports the iPhone.

The HTC Grip is a GPS-capable fitness tracker that's in the same sort of category as the Microsoft Band and entries from Fitbit or Jawbone. (A watch, folks, will have to wait, apparently, though it's not like we didn't see this one coming.) It connects to phones running Android 4.3 and up, and iOS 7 and up, and syncs with Under Armour's UA Record application, which just gained millions of more users after UA purchased My Fitness Pal and Endomondo.

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Apple constructing new building outside Yerba Buena Center ahead of March 9 event

Ahead of their special event on March 9, Apple seems to be constructing a building outside the Yerba Buena Center in San Francisco. While the purpose of the building is as yet unknown, it could serve as a hands-on demonstration area.

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Huawei's new TalkBands are more serious about activity tracking

Huawei has today at Mobile World Congress announced a pair of new TalkBand devices to add to its wearable portfolio that now includes the Android Wear powered Huawei Watch. The TalkBand B2 is a direct follow up to the B1 from last year and incorporates smartband features and a premium Bluetooth headset.

Alongside it is the TalkBand N1, a health and fitness tracker that incorporates a Hi-Fi Stereo, Bluetooth headset with 4GB of internal storage to put your music on.

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Acer's upgraded Liquid Leap+ Smart Activeband offers waterproof play for all

With an updated design and support for Android, iOS, and Windows, Acer is hoping the Liquid Leap+ will take off.

With the original Liquid Leap Smart Activeband barely leaving shelves, Acer has decided their wearable plan needed a refresh. Today at Mobile World Conference, the company has revealed their plans for an updated version of their first wearable. It's being called the Liquid Leap+, and chief among the features Acer is hoping will excite users is support for the three largest mobile operating systems in what they call an "OS agnostic" approach to the market.

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