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Apple seeds new Safari beta to developers, also rolls out Thunderbolt Display firmware update

Apple has seeded a new beta version of Safari to developers today. The beta covers versions 8.0.1, 7.1.1, and 6.2.1 for OS X Yosemite, Mavericks, and Mountain Lion.

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Apple's Jony Ive rails against today's design education landscape

Speaking at London's Design Museum last night, Apple's Jony Ive called the current design education landscape "tragic." The talk came about as Ive spoke about how Apple's efforts to hire young designers often fail because schools aren't teaching them how to make products — instead preferring to spend instructional time on studying the design of three-dimensional objects, rather than creating them.

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FTC reportedly wants privacy guarantee for collected Health app data

The U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has reportedly asked Apple to protect sensitive health data collected in the company's Health app on iPhones. According to reports, the FTC wants assurances that Apple won't share health data without the consent of owners.

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Tony Fadell-backed 'Kiss' to share tech brings fast wireless transfers

The godfather of the iPod and creator of the Nest Learning Thermostat wants to get intimate with your phone through a new technology called Kiss. Tony Fadell has backed a startup called Keyssa, a company that is working on a a racy new wireless transfer protocol called Kiss, allowing two phones to touch together to pair and share content. Keyssa's technology would allow users to transfer an HD movie between two devices in just seconds thanks to wireless transfer speeds of 6 Gbps.

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Sprint will now let you lease an iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 3

Sprint customers looking to get some iPad action can now do so easier than ever before. Through their exclusive iPad for Life Plan, Sprint is offering customers the option to lease a new iPad Air 2 or iPad Mini 3 starting at $20/month and $17/month respectively with no out-of-pocket costs up front. The lease runs for 24 months, at which time users will have the option to continue leasing, purchase the tablet, lease a new tablet, or terminate the contract.

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You can now track your Domino's delivery from your Pebble

Domino's and Pebble have teamed up, and that means you can now track your pizza right from your smartwatch. Using the Domino's app on Android or iOS, you can track your recent orders using the Domino's Tracker on your Pebble. Just fire up the app (it's tied to your Domino's phone number) and you'll be able to view your recent orders and status as your pizza goes from the oven to your door.

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Cricket Wireless will lower prices for no-contract iPhone 5s and 5c starting Friday

Cricket Wireless, the no-contract subsidiary carrier of AT&T, will have special lower prices for its no-contract versions of the iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c starting on Friday and lasting until January 8.

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Photo Editor by Aviary updated with creative cloud sync and $200 worth of free effects

Aviary has today announced their biggest update since joining forces with Adobe, bring a much improved Photo Editor by Aviary app to Android and iOS. The photo editing app — which allows users to edit on the fly with tools like one-tap enhance, color balance, and stickers — today adds over $200 worth of effects for free as well as Creative Cloud sync.

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Sony will soon stream your favorite TV channels to your iPad with PlayStation Vue

Announced earlier this year, Sony's cloud-based PlayStation Vue TV service is now rolling out on an invite-only basis on the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation 4. The service will get a phased rollout starting in New York followed later by Chicago, Philadelphia, and Los Angeles, and will also be making its way to the iPad, followed by other non-Sony devices.

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Twitter wants to make money when it grows up

No longer the fun-loving "Toys 'R' Us" kid, Twitter is all grown up now and it wants to make money. The social network released a statement on Wednesday outlining its strategy on the Internet, stating that it wants to bring in revenue, and lots of it, though it did not give any specifics on that plan. The confusing statement was met with some mockery on the social network itself.

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