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Moleskine and Adobe team up to put your sketches in the Creative Cloud

Notebook maker Moleskine has partnered with Adobe to put your sketches in Creative Cloud with a new notebook and app. Much like their Evernote journal, Moleskine's new Creative Cloud product is designed especially to bridge the gap between analogue and digital work.

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Foxconn building $2.6 billion dedicated display plant for a single client

Foxconn, the manufacturer of Apple's devices, including the iPhone and iPad, is about to invest $2.6 billion in a facility in Taiwan dedicated to producing displays for a single client. While the client isn't explicitly named, few companies other than Apple could generate the demand that would require a dedicated display production facility. The plant is expected to begin producing displays by the end of next year, according to Bloomberg:

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Apple reportedly opens new development office in Lund, Sweden

Apple has quietly opened a small new development office in Lund, Sweden, but the company has not yet commented on this move or what the handful of its employees are doing in this location.

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Dropbox warns of issue with Yosemite's Finder, advises update to OS X 10.10.1

Dropbox is reaching out to users to let them know of an issue with OS X Yosemite's Finder integration. Dropbox uses Yosemite's official Finder integration, which might cause a crash when users open or "Save As" a file, or when you first save a file.

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Steve Jobs biopic reportedly heading to Universal as Sony backs out

After failing to lock down a lead actor, Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Steve Jobs biopic may now be changing studios. Deadline reported that the movie is heading to Universal from Sony Pictures, with a deal set to finalize as early as Thursday evening.

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GT Advanced's creditors request extension in settlement hearing

It seems that there's more news in the never ending story of GT Advanced today. The latest sees the sapphire manufacturer's creditors calling for an extension concerning a settlement hearing that could potentially see GT Advanced paying Apple $439 million as it sells off its sapphire furnaces, Reuters reported today.

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Report details the fall of GT Advanced in Apple's quest for sapphire

Apple's partnership with GT Advanced Technologies was a marriage that seemed to have been made in tech heaven. Apple, consumer of a quarter of the world's sapphire just for the iPhone's camera lens and Touch ID fingerprint cover, wanted more of the scratch resistant material to cover its smartphones and GTAT wanted to grow and transition away from the money-losing solar panel business. Tempted, GTAT signed a deal with Apple and eventually found itself bankrupt, dishing the dirty laundry of the supplier relationship with Apple in the process.

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Smartphone encryption could lead to death of a child, government claims

The U.S. government is fighting back against new encryption technologies on smartphones made by Apple and those using Google's latest version of Android. With a strongly worded argument, an official at the U.S. Department of Justice plainly stated that without access to a suspect's phone, a child could die in cases such as kidnapping.

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Google acquires Mac app-maker RelativeWave, gives away $80 Form app for free

RelativeWave, the team behind the Mac app Form, has announced that it is now part of Google. As part of the acquisition, Google has made the $80 prototyping and design app available as a free download on the Mac App Store. The RelativeWave team will continue development of the app under Google.

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Apple will offer automated iAds with partner Rubicon Project

Apple is partnering with Los Angeles-based Rubicon Project on a new program for its iAds division that will offer a way for companies to purchase space on Apple's mobile app advertising network through a more automated process, rather than dealing directly with Apple's sales team.

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