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UK Prime Minister wants to ban encrypted messaging apps

In the wake of the recent terrorist attacks in France, UK Prime Minister David Cameron has come out in support of banning encrypted messaging apps. According to a new report, Cameron alluded that he would be for banning encrypted communication apps, which could include iMessage, WhatsApp, and Snapchat.

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CBS News for iOS gets live news streaming in latest update

If you consider yourself a news junky, that addiction may have just gotten a tad easier to satisfy. The CBS News app scored a pretty big update today that brings a redesign and several new features. However, the most notable addition is full in-app access to CBSN, the network's 24-hour streaming news channel.

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Apple projected to have shipped 5.7 million Macs in Q4 2014

The IDC just released its predictions for fourth quarter 2014 PC shipments, and things are looking good for Apple. Overall, the IDC shows that the tech giant maintained its 5th place position, but showed steady growth by shipping a total of 5.75 million units and growing 18.9 percent year-over-year.

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Chrome Remote Desktop finally makes its way to iOS

After seeing an initial release on Android last year, Google has finally brought its Chrome Remote Desktop app to the iOS masses. When paired with the corresponding Chrome web app, Chrome Remote Desktop for iOS will allow users to access their computers from an iPhone or iPad.

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iOS 8.2 beta 4 now available for download

Apple has released the fourth beta version of iOS 8.2 for those involved in the iOS 8 beta program. The update is available over the air, and should soon be available from the Apple Developer Center.

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Tim Cook's office helps 'Je suis Charlie' app get approved in just an hour

A two-developer team in France wanted to get their "Je suis Charlie" app — a way to demonstrate solidarity with those affected by the attack on French satirical newspaper Charlie Hebdo last week — approved in a hurry. So, they wrote to Apple's CEO, Tim Cook and asked for his help. The result?

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Chevrolet's 2016 Volt to come with CarPlay support

Announced today in Detroit, Chevrolet's 2016 Volt hybrid car will come with CarPlay integration out of the gate. The vehicle will support Apple's automotive integration along with alternative car connection option MirrorLink, according to The Verge

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Apple has best-ever quarter in India, revises margins for retailers

Since launching the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus in India in the month of October, Apple has reportedly sold half a million units in the country. That number is double what the Cupertino giant achieved during the same period in 2013. To consolidate its efforts in the country, Apple has introduced a new trade advisory that halves credit period given to retailers (from fourteen days to seven) as well as lowering sales margins by 0.5 to 1 percent.

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Animagic iPads take over Apple Retail

Apple Retail often puts up clever, imaginative displays to show off their products, and this "animagic" iPad display is one of the cleverest and most imaginative yet. It features five iPad Air 2 tablets, each with a distinctively colored Smart Cover — blue, green, pink, red, and yellow — that open and close all on their own. The mystery of how their do it is intriguing, as are the glimpses of apps shown running when they do. They highlight all the creativity that's available to you at the touch of a finger.

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Verifone's new mobile point of sale is ready for Apple Pay

Verifone, the company behind payment terminals found in millions of stores, has announced a new mobile point of sale (mPOS), the PAYware Mobile e355. Designed to help companies deploy mobile devices in their stores, the PAYware Mobile is meant to outlast current phones and tablets, adaptable to changes in form factor. It accepts multiple payment types, including magnetic stripe, EMV, and NFC payments such as Apple Pay.

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