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Microsoft is reportedly working on bringing Cortana to iPhone and iPad

Microsoft is looking to bring its personal assistant to the iPhone and iPad as a standalone app.

Part of project "Einstein", which Microsoft Research managing director Eric Horvitz is involved with, the company is working on advancing Cortana to improve on its personal assistant offering, prior to rolling out on other platforms.

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Apple CEO Tim Cook on Mad Money: Apple Pay, ResearchKit, and a touch of Apple Watch

Following up on the announcements of the new MacBook and launch details for the Apple Watch, Apple CEO Tim Cook called in to Jim Cramer's Mad Money show on CNBC.

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USB-C is a standard, and that means standard battery packs and displays for MacBooks!

One of the benefits of Apple including USB-C on the new MacBook is that it's a standard connector. Since USB-C is also how the new MacBook will charge, that means any battery extender made for USB — as long as it's within the proper power range — will work just fine.

The same holds true for external monitors. USB-C supports DisplayPort 1.2, which means — once the right cables are available — you should be able to output up to 4K video.

Since video adapters will likely sport additional USB and power inputs, or perhaps some future display will include those things built-in the way Apple's current Thunderbolt display does, those who want to plug in at home or at work should have a lot of options.

All we have to do is wait for everything to ship.

Soon, please.

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theScore eSports brings competitive gaming coverage to your iPhone

There's no doubt that eSports are blowing up in a big way, and now you have a way to keep up with the action on your iPhone.

TheScore has just launched a dedicated eSports app for iOS lets you keep up with the events and competitions around your favorite games with breaking news, live score coverage, and more.

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New MacBook Air, MacBook Pro get the tear down treatment

The team at iFixit has gotten their hands on the updated MacBook Pro and MacBook Air, announced by Apple on Monday at their "Spring Forward" event.

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Wunderlist receives substantial update with folder support

The Wunderlist team today announced a new update rolling out across multiple platforms. Users on iOS, Android and Windows Phone will be able to fully utilize folders.

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Stanford sees thousands of signups for ResearchKit-powered study

Stanford University says that over 11,000 people have signed up for their cardiovascular study created using Apple's ResearchKit medical research platform.

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SongArc hits all the right notes, finally lands on the iPhone and iPad

SongArc has finally hit the App Store. Previously a Windows Phone exclusive, the title has made its way to both the iPhone and iPad, bringing the ultimate rhythm experience in tow.

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Intel to reportedly supply LTE modem for a 'special version' of next-generation iPhone

After siding with Qualcomm's LTE modems for the last few years, it looks like Apple may be opting to use Intel's latest LTE Category 10 modem on select iPhones in 2016.

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Free Mac color picker Skala Color improves Yosemite support and more

Could you use an easier way of selecting colors to use in upcoming design projects? Download Skala Color 2.0 for the Mac. It's free.

Skala Color 2.0 is the latest Mac software offering from Bjango, makers of iStat Menus. Among the changes in this release is improved support for OS X Yosemite.

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