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Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and wrist detection: What you need to know

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Apple Watch, Apple Pay, and wrist detection: What you need to know

Once you've unlocked your Apple Watch, wrist detection can keep it unlocked for as long as the screen is on or it maintains skin contact.

As security systems go, wrist detection is clever: It lets you have the convenience of accessing your Apple Watch without having to continually re-enter your passcode or password, but provides enough security to protect your data, including Apple Pay credentials under normal circumstances. In that way it's similar to Touch ID, which can unlock your iPhone or iPad based on your fingerprint.

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How to set a timer on Apple Watch

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How to set a timer on Apple Watch

Setting a timer with Apple Watch is quick, simple, and convenient.

Ever set a timer in the kitchen or on your iPhone and then walked away? Yeah, us too. Setting a timer doesn't always mean we hear it go off. The Apple Watch is a great alternative to timers. Since the Apple Watch stays on your wrist, you can't walk away from it. That means you'll get the notification, each and every time!

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Mac users can record audio directly in OneNote with the app's latest update

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Mac users can record audio directly in OneNote with the app's latest update

Microsoft has released an update to the Mac version of its OneNote notetaking app, adding in the ability for its users to record audio directly from the app, among other new additions and improvements.

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Day One launches its own service to keep your journal in sync

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Day One launches its own service to keep your journal in sync

Day One has been updated for iPhone, iPad, and Mac, adding Day One Sync, its custom syncing solution for your journal.

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Monodraw for Mac lets you create your ASCII art masterpiece

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Monodraw for Mac lets you create your ASCII art masterpiece

Monodraw is a new drawing app for Mac that lets you create art using ASCII and Unicode text characters.

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Are new Macs coming at WWDC?

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Are new Macs coming at WWDC?

2014's WWDC was a disappointment for anyone hoping for new hardware — it was a software-only event. Is history going to repeat in 2015?

I don't think so. Two years ago wasn't the first time Apple didn't do any hardware announcement at its Worldwide Developer Conference — though a new entry-level 21.5-inch iMac followed it by a couple of weeks — and it might not be the last. At WWDC 2015, however, I'm rather hoping for a new Mac.

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Knights of Pen & Paper 2 brings role-playing and satire together for the iPhone and iPad

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Knights of Pen & Paper 2 brings role-playing and satire together for the iPhone and iPad

Paradox Interactive has released Knights of Pen & Paper 2 for the iPhone and iPad, which once again merges a turn-based role playing game with satire as it offers a simulation of the classic table-top gameplay experience.

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The iRig Pads Editor for Mac lets you customize your groove

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The iRig Pads Editor for Mac lets you customize your groove

IK Multimedia has introduced iRig Pads Editor for Mac, a companion to their iRig Pads MIDI controller hardware.

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Rdio introduces Rdio Select for $3.99 a month, gives you 25 downloads per day

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Rdio introduces Rdio Select for $3.99 a month, gives you 25 downloads per day

The team at Rdio is looking to attract new users with a lower priced tier. For $3.99 mobile users will get ad-free music, unlimited skips, and 25 downloads per day.

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iCloud Photo Library: Out of storage messages and how to fix it!

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iCloud Photo Library: Out of storage messages and how to fix it!

Setting up iCloud Photo Library on a Mac or PC for the first time can result in out of storage messages on iPhone and iPad.

iCloud Photo Library can help you save tremendous amounts of storage across iPhones, iPads, and Macs. For most of us, we have thousands of photos stored on our computers. When we first sync these to iCloud Photo Library, they'll also come down to all our iPhones and iPads. Depending on how you have iCloud Photo Library set up on your iPhone or iPad, you may start receiving out of storage messages. This is exactly the issue an iMore reader is having:

"I enabled iCloud Photo Library on my iPhone, iPad, and Mac. Within a few hours, I received out of storage messages on my iPhone and iPad. I thought my photos were streamed, not stored. How do I fix this issue?"

I experienced the same issue as well when I initially enabled iCloud Photo Library. Luckily, there's a super simple way to fix it!

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Apple and A123 Systems prepare to settle employee-poaching lawsuit

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Apple and A123 Systems prepare to settle employee-poaching lawsuit

Battery maker A123 Systems is preparing to settle its lawsuit against Apple, which it originally filed back in February.

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Join the Subway Surfers crew as they head to Hollywood in Los Angeles

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Join the Subway Surfers crew as they head to Hollywood in Los Angeles

Subway Surfers crew heads to Los Angeles in the latest update to the popular endless runner.

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Get an external battery for your iPhone 4 or 5 for a penny

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Get an external battery for your iPhone 4 or 5 for a penny

Want an inexpensive external battery for your iPhone 4 or 5? There's a great deal you should know about that's running this weekend only.

Battery case maker PowerSkin is offering a special one cent deal this weekend on their PoP'n, an external battery case that works with some iPhones and Android phones. The deal is open to anyone in the U.S. and saves you about $48. You'll still pay $10 for flat-rate shipping, but even then it's a pretty solid bargain, especially if you're looking to get more life out of your smartphone.

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Apple wades into RadioShack sale to protect customer data

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Apple wades into RadioShack sale to protect customer data

Apple has intervened in the sale of RadioShack, hoping to prevent some of the company's customer data from being sold off.

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How to use a PC-formatted drive on the Mac

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How to use a PC-formatted drive on the Mac

Macs can easily read PC-formatted hard disk drives. Writing to them, however, is a different story.

If you've switched to the Mac, welcome aboard. Your old external Windows PC drive will work great on the Mac. Apple has built OS X Yosemite and some previous OS X releases with the ability to read from those disks just fine. If you're using such a drive and you'd like to write new data to them, you'll find you can't unless you add new software. Fortunately, you don't have to spend a dime.

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