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Grab Apple's set-top box through Amazon for just £49.99

Apple TV is a handy little device that can prove to become a central component of any Apple household ecosystem. Usually, purchasers would be looking at anywhere up to £80 through official channels, but a third-party retailer is selling units through Amazon for just £49.99, which is an absolute steal for those who have yet to purchase one.

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Pebble gets happy on your wrist with latest firmware

Pebble has updated its firmware for both the regular Pebble and the newer Pebble Steel to version 2.5. Among the support features of the new update is the ability for Pebble to display emoji, so now rather than having little, square, white boxes appear when someone uses a happy face in a text message, your wrist will be smiling back at you!

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U2 and Apple are working on a plan to get people buying music again

The public may have had mixed feelings about a free U2 album showing up on their phones last week, but the world-renowned band and Apple are likely teaming up again to work on a new music format. This new music format, U2 claims, will make music so interesting and enticing that consumers will want to buy songs and albums once again.

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Hours makes a timely launch for iOS 8, on sale for 50% off!

Time-tracking app Hours has been updated and is now launching for iOS 8. As the app wasn't available on iOS 8 launch day yesterday, the developers are running a special 50 percent off promotion, taking the launch price down to $4.99 from $9.99.

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Photographer shows off the beauty of Iceland with iPhone 6 and 6 Plus cameras

Professional photographer Austin Mann was given the opportunity to put the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus through their paces with some of the most beautiful scenery in the world, in Iceland, and came out with some amazing results.

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Readdle's Bundle saves money and forces productivity onto you

Apple had introduced Bundles as a way to save money by buying a bundle of pre-selected apps. Now Readdle is jumping on the idea and the outfit has introduced its Readdle Ultimate Productivity Bundle to save you money while bringing you the best of Readdle's productivity apps. The Bundle of 4 apps would normally cost $27 if sold individually, but users can grab the collection for just $19.99.

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Locking down iOS 8: How Apple is keeping your iPhone and iPad safe!

Apple has posted a new version of their terrific white paper on iOS security, this one updated for iOS 8 an dated September, 2014. I haven't had time to read through it yet, but if last year's version is any indication, encryption enthusiasts should be in for a treat. The timing, immediately following iOS 8's release, and Tim Cook's letter on privacy, probably isn't a coincidence. Apple is making privacy and security both a differentiator and they want this information out there.

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Apple updates Safari with search engine DuckDuckGo as new option

Safari for Mac OS X has just been updated. Today's been a very busy day for updates in the Apple world and Safari isn't going to be left out. Today's update is notable for including DuckDuckGo as a search engine and improving privacy.

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Tim Cook posts open letter on privacy, Apple updates policies for iOS 8

Apple has just posted some updated privacy policies that were changed due to the launch of iOS 8. The changes were accompanied by a letter written by Apple CEO Tim Cook.

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TextExpander keyboard launches for iOS 8

The TextExpander keyboard has launched for iOS 8 allowing users to save time when entering text. Rather than spelling out whole words or phrases, users can type in shortcuts and TextExpander will convert and expand that to frequently-used text.

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