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Marvel Contest of Champions arrives for iPhone, iPad

Have you ever thought about what it would be like if Wolverine were to take on the Hulk? Or perhaps Iron Man versus Captain America? Well it looks you can now finally answer those burning questions because "Marvel Contest of Champions" has officially popped up in the App Store.

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Instagram adding verified accounts, dropping the hammer on spam

Instagram has crossed the 300 million active monthly users line and is today adding support for verified users to the square photo social network. That 300 million threshold actually puts Instagram as having a larger monthly audience than Twitter, certainly explaining why Facebook was willing to pay $1 billion for the service.

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Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

Apple and IBM have launched their first wave of MobileFirst for iOS apps. Focusing on Big Data, these apps are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications, governments, and airline/transportation verticals. The list of MobileFirst for iOS apps is already lengthy:

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Bose products start coming back online on Apple Stores

It looks like customers won't have to wait until next week to buy Bose products from the Apple Store, as the vendor's catalog has been reinstated as of today.

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Apple lawyers blast media for wanting access to Steve Jobs' video to show 'dead man'

We reported earlier today that news outlets were petitioning to have Steve Jobs' video deposition that was used in the iPod class action suit released to the public. Apple's lawyers fired back Tuesday evening with a response claiming that the media simply wants to see a dead man.

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iOS 8 now installed on 63 percent of devices

According to Apple's App Store distribution numbers, various versions of the company's iOS 8 software is now installed on 63 percent of devices, including the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad. Now, iOS 7 is installed on 33 percent of devices while prior versions of iOS is found on just 4 percent of devices. The numbers were published on Monday, December 8.

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Tom Cruise was considered for lead role in upcoming Steve Jobs biopic

With the recent leak of documents from Sony Pictures, Apple fans are getting a look at some previously unknown casting details in Aaron Sorkin's highly anticipated Steve Jobs biopic. The most interesting tidbit is that Sorkin was originally planning to tap Tom Cruise to play the Apple co-founder.

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OWC announces pre-orders for 1 and 2 TB Aura SSD Mac Pro upgrades

If you own a 2013 Mac Pro and want to increase the storage on your desktop, OWC has announced new high capacity SSD upgrades. The SSDs will be available in either 1 TB or 2 TB capacities and are up for pre-orders at this time. Both drives come with all the tools needed for the DIY upgrade along with a kit to re-purpose the SSD that ships in your Mac into a portable USB 3.0 drive.

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Sprint MVNO Ting to support GSM starting in February 2015

Ting, the MVNO that currently runs on Sprint's network, made a curious little announcement today. In a rather epic video on YouTube (as epic as SIM cards can get, anyway), Ting announced that it will support GSM phones starting in February 2015.

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Tim Cook met with Jesse Jackson to discuss inclusion earlier this week

Tim Cook had met privately with civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson for an hour to discuss diversity and inclusion on Monday. The meeting occurred in the Bay Area while Jackson was in town for a workshop hosted by the Rainbow PUSH coalition at Intel's Santa Clara headquarters to discuss how technology companies could close the racial gap.

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