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1 week ago

OS X 10.10 is coming: What do you want it to do?

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OS X 10.10 is coming: What do you want it to do?

The feature list for OS X 10.10 Syrah has already been decided. I don't have any special insight to what it has, but I know what I'd like it to have — I made the case for a flatter interface, borrowing from iOS 7, and many of you agreed with me.

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From iWatch to iPad Pro: How Apple could fill the mobile device spectrum

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From iWatch to iPad Pro: How Apple could fill the mobile device spectrum

Steve Jobs introduced the original iPad in 2010 by making the case that, in order for a new product category to exist between the smartphone and the laptop it had to be significantly better at certain important things than a smartphone or a laptop. A decade of Tablet PC ruins smote across the market space had made that clear enough. The iPad, case made, went on to achieve phenomenal success. Now, in 2014, the mobile market has grown and various companies are attempting the segment it with even more product categories, including:

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1 week ago

Win an amazing bundle of prizes from the new Ducati line by Element Case!

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Win an amazing bundle of prizes from the new Ducati line by Element Case!

Element Case, the premier manufacturer of ultra-premium smart phone and tablet accessories, is proud to debut its new, officially-licensed Ducati motorcycle iPhone 5S & iPad cases for the discerning moto-sports enthusiast and bikers everywhere. You could win an incredible prize pack from this line of premium cases. Keep reading to find out how!

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1 week ago

Amazing Spider-Man 2 swinging onto a device near you next week

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Amazing Spider-Man 2 swinging onto a device near you next week

Gameloft has released a new trailer and some new screenshots for their upcoming game The Amazing Spider-Man 2, coming next week. Spider-Man 2 was originally announced last month as an open world experience that would let you sling webs, crawl on walls, and fight villains in true Spider-Man style.

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1 week ago

Get Ready For It: Smartwatch Fans is expanding... and rebranding!

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Get Ready For It: Smartwatch Fans is expanding... and rebranding!

When we Welcomed Smartwatch Fans to the Mobile Nations family on January 1st of this year, we told the story of how the site came to be. In reality, we actually started 2013 with the goal of building a community and resource with a broader focus, covering not only smartwatches, but also other wearables and the broader world of connected devices often referred to as the internet of things.

The problem was, we couldn't find a domain name and brand that we loved. With the months rushing by and 2013 coming to a close and the urge to get a new community launched just as strong, we decided to not delay and get things rocking with the more niche-focused Smartwatch Fans. It's been a busy four months on Smartwatch Fans, and things are about to get a whole lot busier and way more fun.

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1 week ago

Best iPhone and iPad apps for small business: Square, Buffer, Dropbox, and more!

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Best iPhone and iPad apps for small business: Square, Buffer, Dropbox, and more!

Looking for the best iPhone apps or best iPad apps to help you run your small business? The right app can not only help you start up but keep costs down. From processing transactions to having customers sign documents to sharing files online, there are tons of great small business apps for iPhone and iPad to choose from. But which ones are the very best?

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1 week ago

Apple elects not to help bankroll patent buyer Intellectual Ventures

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Apple elects not to help bankroll patent buyer Intellectual Ventures

Patent buyer Intellectual Ventures can count Microsoft and Sony among its latest investors, but previous participants Apple and Intel aren't so in. Intellectual Ventures has previously taken substantial investments from many of the giants of the tech industry, and took that money to buy up patents and then offer a significantly reduced licensing fee to its investors for those patents. Those that didn't opt in to Intellectual Ventures' investment scheme could instead find themselves in the cross-hairs of a patent litigation suit if there was the slightest whiff of infringement. All of this even though Intellectual Ventures doesn't make anything or even patent things itself. You might call them a patent troll, and according to Reuters both Apple and Intel (companies with plenty of cash on hand) have decided that the cost-benefit analysis of additional investment wasn't in their favor.

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1 week ago

Should you have the right to turn off your messaging — or your iPhone! — at the end of the workday?

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Should you have the right to turn off your messaging — or your iPhone! — at the end of the workday?

During Talk Mobile we discussed the demands modern technology allowed on our lives — always on, always available, always accountable, always exhaustible. But is it sustainable?

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1 week ago

Reeder 2 for Mac OS X public beta now available

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Reeder 2 for Mac OS X public beta now available

Reeder 2, an RSS reader for Mac, has entered its public beta. Prior to the shutdown of Google Reader, Reeder was one of the more popular RSS apps on the Mac. While Reeder 2 for iOS has been available for awhile now, the Mac app hasn't updated to work with the many alternatives to Google Reader that have emerged since last summer.

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1 week ago

How to replace the battery in your iPhone 5

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How to replace the battery in your iPhone 5

The iPhone 5 has been selling for over a year-and-a-half now and that means battery life just won't be what it used to be for anyone who has owned one for any length of time. That's just how batteries and charge cycles work. If you're starting to experience greatly reduced battery life on your iPhone 5, are no longer under AppleCare, but aren't ready to upgrade yet, you can always try a DIY repair. Not only it it easy but it's a whole lot more affordable than a new iPhone. Follow along and we'll walk you through from start to finish!

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