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10 hours ago

AltConf 2015 opens call for speakers

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AltConf 2015 opens call for speakers

Want to talk to iOS and Mac developers at AltConf? Submit your speaking proposal by April 6, 2015.

Apple hasn't announced when this year's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) will happen, but one thing's for sure: Regardless of when it is, AltConf will happen right along side it. If you have an idea for a presentation you'd like to give at AltConf, now's the time to submit.

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11 hours ago

Fitbit acquires FitStar video-based exercise apps for the iPhone and iPad

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Fitbit acquires FitStar video-based exercise apps for the iPhone and iPad

The Fitbit wearable device company has acquired FitStar, the developer of the video-based exercise apps for the iPhone and iPad.

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11 hours ago

This multi-layer screen protector for iPhone 6 Plus is on sale for $16.95

This multi-layer screen protector for iPhone 6 Plus is on sale for $16.95

This iPhone 6 Plus screen protector is custom designed to fit perfectly on your device and is easy to apply, even for a novice. The ultra-slim PET film features multi-layer shock absorption, is naturally resistant to fingerprints and provides a smooth touchscreen experience.

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12 hours ago

Latest Subway Surfers update takes you on a tour of India

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Latest Subway Surfers update takes you on a tour of India

Subway Surfers has picked up yet another update. By now you should be familiar with the cycle, and today we're being taken across to India. With the latest release installed, players will be able to tour the streets of Mumbai with Jay, the athletic champion.

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12 hours ago

iMore show 447: Apple Watch event preview

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iMore show 447: Apple Watch event preview

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — Jim Dalrymple of The Loop joins Serenity, Peter, and Rene to talk dumb Apple Pay headlines, and preview the upcoming "Spring Forward" Apple Watch Event.

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13 hours ago

Breaking brings widget-optimized news to Notification Center

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Breaking brings widget-optimized news to Notification Center

Keeping up with news using your favorite reader apps can be a breeze, but there's a new app on the block for both iOS and OS X called Breaking. As you may have already guessed, it delivers news articles straight to your Apple devices, but with a twist — it's optimized for the widget space in Notification Center

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13 hours ago

Here's how to delete your prior destination history in Maps

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Here's how to delete your prior destination history in Maps

If you'd rather not risk your prior destination history getting snooped on in maps, you can easily clear it out.

Whenever you search for a place in Apple's Maps app for iPhone or iPad, your search queries are saved. The next time you tap on the search field, you'll see all the locations and places you've searched for in reverse chronological order. In other words, most recent on top. What if you don't like your prior searches to show up? That's the issue we're going to tackle today!

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14 hours ago

Browse humorous GIF images with the new Imgur app for iPhone

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Browse humorous GIF images with the new Imgur app for iPhone

Imgur has launched a new iPhone app to bring about a new browsing experience for those who enjoy using the image sharing service.

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14 hours ago

How to create text shortcuts in OS X Yosemite

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How to create text shortcuts in OS X Yosemite

Save some mileage on your fingers — and your keyboard — with this quick trick.

If you frequently type the same things over and over again, the Mac can save you the time and trouble of having to type it out in full each time. It involves something called text shortcuts and once you learn how to use them, you'll never want to be without them.

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15 hours ago

First major update for SimCity BuildIt brings Tokyo-themed residential area

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First major update for SimCity BuildIt brings Tokyo-themed residential area

EA has released the first major update for SimCity BuildIt. The release, now available for iOS and Android, adds Tokyo Town residential areas and the international airport. The new buildings with various upgrade levels (from classic Japanese homes to neon drenched post-modern high rises) bring a new look and feel that refreshes the game experience.

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17 hours ago

Apple reportedly set to include USB 3.0 ports on iPad Pro, higher-res 12-inch MacBook Air in the works

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Apple reportedly set to include USB 3.0 ports on iPad Pro, higher-res 12-inch MacBook Air in the works

Apple is rumored to be working on a larger iPad Pro with a 12.9-inch display, with production set to commence from September. According to the Wall Street Journal, the tablet will feature USB 3.0 ports to allow faster data transfer with external hard drives. The tablet is also said to feature ports to connect to external keyboards and mice. The publication has also revealed that the hardware giant is working on a 12-inch version of the MacBook Air, which is said to boast a "higher resolution display."

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20 hours ago

Smart Kapp: Hands-on with the reinvented dry-erase board

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Smart Kapp: Hands-on with the reinvented dry-erase board

If your office or school frequently uses dry-erase boards, then you need to check out Smart kapp. All your ideas and notes can be saved directly to your device. Just scan the QR code or tap the NFC sign at the bottom of the board to connect your phone. You can also share your notes in real time by sharing a link to other users.

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23 hours ago

Udacity opens enrollment for first iOS developer Nanodegree, focusing on Swift

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Udacity opens enrollment for first iOS developer Nanodegree, focusing on Swift

Udacity, the online "university by industry" born out of a Stanford project, has rolled out their first "Nanodegree" program for learning iOS development — and it's focused on Swift. Why Swift?

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1 day ago

Judge tentatively approves settlement in anti-poaching suit against Apple, others

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Judge tentatively approves settlement in anti-poaching suit against Apple, others

The judge presiding over a class action suit levied against Apple and other tech giants over their anti-poaching agreements has tentatively approved a $415 million settlement that was proposed last month.

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1 day ago

How to search the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBooks Store faster with Siri

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How to search the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBooks Store faster with Siri

While it's fun to browse the App Store, iTunes Store, and iBooks Store, sometimes you just want to find what you're looking for.

For those occasions, for when you know exactly what you're looking for and you don't want to so much as tap or type, there's Siri. Simply hold down the Home button, call up Apple's personal digital assistant, and have Siri do the searching for you. Here's how!

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