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Greg Joswiak says iOS 8.0.1 issues were a problem of distribution, not software itself

Apple VP Greg Joswiak is at the Code/Mobile conference today, and has given additional insight into the buggy release of iOS 8.0.1. Joswiak apologized for the situation, and said that it was not the update itself that cause the issues, according to Re/code:

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Nike+ Running update adds elevation tracking, Health app integration

Nike has updated its Nike+ Running app with more features to help you better track your runs. The app, now in version 4.6, adds elevation tracking, Health app integration, an updated home screen experience, and enhanced heart rate support for Wahoo's Tickr products. The app is also optimized for the larger displays of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

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Former Android exec praises iPhone 6 design

At the WSJD Live conference, former Android exec Hugo Barra took to the stage to praise the design of Apple's iPhone 6, even going as far as saying that it's the most beautiful smartphone ever built. Barra, now an executive at Chinese smartphone-maker Xiaomi, also took the time to defend his company against criticism that Xiaomi may have copied others' designs in its own hardware.

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GT Advanced settled with Apple because it could not afford 'protracted litigation'

Even though Apple's now former sapphire supplier GT Advanced Technologies officially reached a settlement with the company last week, it appears that GT Advanced is not happy about it. It claims in new documents filed on Monday that while it had "various causes of action against Apple" it instead made the choice to give up because it simply could not afford a massive legal fight with the Cupertino team.

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FTC sues AT&T over unlimited data throttling

The Federal Trade Commission is suing AT&T Mobility over data throttling on unlimited data plans. The Commission alleges that AT&T's practices regarding unlimited data were deceptive and unfair. The FTC believes that AT&T in some cases reduced unlimited data speeds after certain amounts by up to 90 percent.

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Apple TV adds Feelin' and FYI to on-demand lineup

The Apple TV has added two new on-demand channels to its lineup from Hallmark and A&E. Hallmark's Feelin' channel brings family-friendly programming, while A&E's FYI adds hours of lifestyle reality programming.

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T-Mobile quietly upgrades 2G network security

T-Mobile is quietly upgrading the security of their older 2G network, moving to more advanced encryption that prevents eavedropping. The new, more secure network has already been deployed in at least three locations, New York, Washington, and Boulder, Colorado. The T-Mobile 2G network has previously relied on older A5/1 encryption, with the new security standard known as A5/3.

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John Legere talks about iPhone 6 Plus, Apple SIM and landing the iPhone contract

T-Mobile CEO John Legere was on stage at Re/code's Code/Mobile conference, where he announced that the carrier saw a higher than expected demand for the iPhone 6 Plus, with the 5.5-inch device accounting for about 45 percent of the total orders.

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Logitech launches Keys-To-Go keyboard, updates some cases for iPad Air 2

Logitech has announced a new portable keyboard for the iPad, along with an updated line of keyboards and cases for the iPad Air 2. These include the new Keys-To-Go standalone keyboard, along with new versions of the Logitech Type+ and Logitech Ultrathin.

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Apple releases 2014 annual report

Apple sales released their annual report, where they confirmed that iTunes music sales had declined this year. While they didn't specify the amount of the decline, a recent report puts it between 13 and 14 percent. Overall, however, sales in the iTunes Store grew thanks to app sales and in-app purchases, according to the report:

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