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OSX Yosemite developer preview 5 now available

Apple has released a new version of OSX Yosemite for developers today. Yosemite developer preview 5 is now ready for action and is available for developers from the Mac App Store or Mac Developer Center. We've seen some new and tweaked features with each release along the way, so this one is certain to be better than the last.

This version is only for registered developers, however a public beta is available as well for anyone looking to get in on the action.

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NFL Now app for Apple TV should be here for the new season

Apple TV looks set to get another new application sometime soon with NFL Now already being under development. The image and information provided by 9to5Mac shows the app as it currently stands, taken by an employee of the NFL.

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Next iPad Air subtly redesigned if new images are to be believed

The iPhone 6 may be the hot new Apple device most of us are waiting on, but we shouldn't forget that there will probably be new iPads at some point this year too. Case in point, the images up top purport to show to the rear shell of the next iteration of the iPad Air with some subtle design changes.

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Apple releases new iPhone 5s ad, makes 'Dreams' come true

Apple has released a new ad for the iPhone 5s called 'Dreams'. While mobile devices are mainly viewed as personal toys as well as mobile phones, this new video shows how the iPhone 5s is utilized in numerous professional and personal situations, including both medical and fire-fighter careers, to aid said folk with their life changing work.

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Beats tweets out awkward Pill + Siri video [Update: Pulled]

The Beats Twitter account shared a link to a strange video that shows an anthropomorphized pair of pill speakers talking to an invisible incarnation of Siri's voice, celebrating Apple's acquisition of Beats.

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Court approves Apple's $450 million e-book settlement

Apple has secured a preliminary approval from the courts for its e-book settlement of $450 million. The class action law suit was filed against Apple on behalf of consumers and 33 states alleging that the iBooks-seller had conspired with five publishers to set e-book prices high, hurting consumers.

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Beats Music boss reportedly tapped to run iTunes Radio

Ian Rogers, who heads up the Beats Music subscription service, will reportedly now run iTunes Radio for Apple. Apple's acquisition of Beats is now complete, with Apple officially welcoming the Beats team to the company this morning. Rogers will apparently remain in charge of Beats Music as well, managing all of Apple's music streaming efforts, according to the Wall Street Journal:

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Unlock your phone legally starting today

President Obama will today sign a bill into law that will allow American citizens to legally unlock their phones in order to take them to another cellular carrier, either in the United States or abroad. The President announced his intent to sign the bill last week. The new law is only a temporary measure, and is only valid until 2015.

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Apple officially welcomes Beats to the family

Apple has officially taken ownership of Beats, and is welcoming them to the company with a small section of the Apple website. The words "Welcome to the Family" are followed by a paragraph stating Apple's excitement on bringing Beats into the fold, and looking forward to the future. From the Apple.com:

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HP, Gilt, and Michael Bastian partner for stylish new smartwatch

HP's rushing to pre-empt the iWatch with a smartwatch partnership with designer Michael Bastian and online luxury retailer Gilt. Details of this smartwatch will do are slim, but we do know that they're aiming to have it work with iOS and Android — nope, it's not Android Wear — and that there will be companion apps for both platforms that allow users to customize the watch's interface.

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