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iTunes 11.3 gives your movies all-new, all-streaming iTunes Extras

Apple has released iTunes 11.3, bringing some improvements to iTunes Extras for HD movies. This biggest change is that you will no longer need to download iTunes Extras to your computer before using them. Along with the changes in iTunes, iTunes Extras are now available for the Apple TV. The lack of iTunes Extras support for Apple TV has been a sore spot for years, so it's great to finally see them making the jump out of iTunes. Additionally, when iOS 8 is released in the fall, iTunes Extras for movies will be supported on your mobile device too.

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Sonos adds SoundCloud to music service lineup in beta form

Sonos is today adding SoundCloud to it's lineup of services in beta form. Sonos owners will now be able to connect to SoundCloud's complete library, which features music from new and established artists from all around the world.

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Subway Surfers picks up another content update, taking the crew to Paris

Subway Surfers is the popular endless runner available cross-platform. The developer has today released an update that takes the gang and players to Paris on the world tour. As well as the new location, there's a cool new sci-fi Teleporter board, enabling players to literally zap from side to side with style. Check out what else is new in this release past the break.

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New processors for iPhone 6 reportedly shipping from TSMC

Apple has reportedly started receiving shipments of processors bound for the iPhone 6 from chip-maker Taiwan Semiconductor Manucafturing Co. (TSMC). For several years, Samsung has been the exclusive provider of the chips found in Apple's mobile devices. The problem for Apple is that Samsung is their chief smartphone rival. Diversifying their suppliers means that Apple can reduce the amount of business it does with a primary competitor, while also giving them a better position in matters such as price negotiations, according to the Wall Street Journal:

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Apple able to trademark retail store layout across Europe, says EU court

Apple has won the right to register the layout of its iconic retail stores as a trademark in Europe, thanks to the EU court of justice overruling a German verdict saying otherwise. The company has already trademarked its store designs in the U.S. From the signature wooden tables holding up its products to the glass front with the massive branding signage, Apple has made it an experience beyond purchasing physical products.

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UK government set to rush through emergency surveillance legislation

The UK government is looking to reinforce powers of security services to require internet and phone providers to maintain records of customer email and calls. Emergency laws are to be introduced into the Commons next Monday, following private talks and gaining support of both Labour and the Liberal Democrats on the basis that there will be new board to oversee the functioning of new powers. The move is an effort to continue protecting UK citizens from external threats.

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Clean energy the focus of Apple's environmental report

Apple has just released its environmental report for 2013 where the company is highlighting its clean energy use at its offices, stores, and employee initiatives. The report makes note of Apple's use of renewable energy, reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, and reduction of carbon footprint.

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New report predicts smaller tablets will lose ground to large smartphones

A new report from NPD DisplaySearch predicts that shipments of tablets that are between 7 to 7.9 inches in size, such as the iPad mini, will begin to lose market share compared to larger tablet products, thanks in part to competition from larger smartphones.

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Vimeo updates Apple TV app with easier navigation, Vimeo On Demand trailers

Vimeo has updated their app for the Apple TV, simplifying navigation and adding trailers Vimeo On Demand, among other new features. The app will update on your Apple TV automatically.

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Spotify is inviting patiently waiting Canadians to test their streams

Music streaming service Spotify is at long last gearing up to launch in Canada, and they're inviting some of those that have expressed interest to try it out first. The invitations will be sent out to a selection of those Canadians that have signed up at Spotify's Canada page, and users of the latest version of the iOS app can join the invitation queue from right within the app.

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