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Spotify announces new family plan for up to five users

Spotify has today announced a new plan for the entire family. If you've been wanting to have a single billing account for the household but keep individual playlists, it's now possible for up to five family members to share a single Spotify subscription, starting from $14.99 a month.

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Beats enlists LeBron James for Powerbeats2 Wireless ads, paying homage to Akron

Beats by Dre might be owned by Apple now, but that doesn't mean they aren't charting their own course with their products and advertising, and enlisting big time star power like LeBron James. Where the most inspirational that Apple gets is the likes of their "Your Verse" ad campaign, Beats put together a series of videos delving into James's return to Cleveland, Ohio and his home town just to the south of Akron. Oh, and he wears the Beats by Dre Powerbeats2 Wireless headphones while working out.

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Watch this: 25 minutes on Apple and industrial design with Jony Ive

It's rare that we get an unfiltered view of an Apple executive, but Jony Ive's recent interview and Q&A with Vanity Fair is definitely one of those rare moments. It's a full 25 minutes of Jony Ive answering questions about what his typical day as Senior Vice President of Design at Apple, what the small core design team is like, and how they balance design and functionality (hint: they're one and the same in Ive's mind).

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How Siri became an autistic boy's best friend

For Gus, Siri is more than just a virtual assistant, more than just a sequential inference engine that listens to him and answers his questions. Gus is autistic, and Siri has become something akin to his friend.

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Apple pulls Bose products from online and retail stores

Looks like the out of court settlement between Bose and Apple-owned Beats over patent disputes wasn't the final straw in the on-going battle between the two companies, as Apple has now removed Bose products from its online and retail stores.

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Jony Ive's Vanity Fair interview is now available for your viewing pleasure

Earlier this month, Jony Ive took part in an interview at Vanity Fair's New Establishment Summit, where he shared details on numerous topics including his relationship with Steve Jobs, development of the first iPhone as well as product design, centering around the Apple Watch, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. The publication has now posted the full 25-minute interview online.

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AT&T begins taking pre-orders for iPad Air 2

AT&T has started accepting its own pre-orders for the iPad Air 2 on their website, You can select to get the device on an installment plan, with a two-contract, or at full price with no commitment.

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Twitter will start showing tweets from people you don't follow

Twitter has today announced the popular social network will display tweets from random users you don't currently follow in a bid to bring more relevant content to your home timeline, and to pick up some new friends along the way. Twitter isn't shy at testing out new experimentations with its micro-blogging service and the team has been actively working on the new feature that you'll either despise or find rather useful.

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iWork for Mac gets a Yosemite makeover while iOS versions get support for Continuity

As announced at Apple's iPad and iMac event, iWork apps for iOS and Mac have all been updated across the board for OS X Yosemite and iOS 8.

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Apple rolls out iTunes 12.0.1 to go along with Mac OS X Yosemite

To go along with Mac OS X Yosemite, Apple has now released iTunes 12.0.1 through the Mac App Store and directly through the Apple website. The update comes in at around 218MB and features many new design and performance improvements that Apple says makes iTunes more enjoyable to use.

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