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1 week ago

Tim Cook met with Jesse Jackson to discuss inclusion earlier this week

Tim Cook met with Jesse Jackson to discuss inclusion earlier this week

Tim Cook had met privately with civil rights leader Rev. Jesse Jackson for an hour to discuss diversity and inclusion on Monday. The meeting occurred in the Bay Area while Jackson was in town for a workshop hosted by the Rainbow PUSH coalition at Intel's Santa Clara headquarters to discuss how technology companies could close the racial gap.

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1 week ago

T-Mobile's new unlimited family package starts at $100 per month [updated]

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T-Mobile's new unlimited family package starts at $100 per month [updated]

It looks like T-Mobile is pushing forward with its un-carrier initiative with a new family package that offers unlimited everything for a base cost of $100 for two lines. Each additional line will run you $40 extra per line. Overall, at $180 for 4 lines, the package deal would end up saving you $40 per month over building the plan yourself, which would set you back $220 per month.

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1 week ago

eBay for iPad update brings new Today home page

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eBay for iPad update brings new Today home page

The eBay app for iPad has been updated making it easier for shoppers to browse and discover new items to shop for. There is now a new Today page that displays items curated by eBay staff, and the page adds new swipe and touch gestures to browse and explore. With version 3.4, eBay promises an experience that leans more on visuals with bigger pictures, better item suggestions, and discovery features.

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1 week ago

Disk Alarm for Mac review

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Disk Alarm for Mac review

"Your startup disk is full."

If you've ever gotten that error message on your Mac, you know what a headache it can be. It can keep your Mac from running, at least until you've moved or deleted enough files for it to work again. A utility called Disk Alarm can help you head off disk space problems before you're in a crisis.

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1 week ago

How to delete photos from Photo Stream on iPhone and iPad

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How to delete photos from Photo Stream on iPhone and iPad

The original Photo Stream service automatically saves your last 1,000 photos or 30 days of photos and syncs them across all your Apple devices. Since Photo Stream doesn't count against your iCloud storage, you might think you don't have to worry about deleting them. However, every once and a while a photo might slip in that your definitely don't want syncing between your devices. If and when that happens, you can easily delete the photo from Photo Stream, and that will not only remove it from all devices, but in the case of the new iCloud Photo Library service, delete it permanently as well.

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1 week ago

Dropbox's Carousel now helps you recover space on your device

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Dropbox's Carousel now helps you recover space on your device

Dropbox's Carousel app will soon help you reclaim space on your device. The app will also make it easier to browse through your older photos with the new Flashback feature.

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1 week ago

InTune update brings enterprise management to Office on iOS

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InTune update brings enterprise management to Office on iOS

Microsoft has announced that it will be rolling out an update to its InTune service this week that allows businesses to manage deployment of Office on iOS devices, including access to corporate data stored on the Office 365 cloud. The updates will roll out between December 9 and December 12 and focus on content lock down and management.

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1 week ago

Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions for Mac review

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Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions for Mac review

It's rare that the Mac gets a new game release the same time as everyone else, which makes Aspyr's recent Mac release of Geometry Wars 3: Dimensions noteworthy. It's also noteworthy for being a purely-distilled arcade game experience that sports a retro design paired with thoroughly modern play sensibilities.

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1 week ago

iCloud website switches to Apple Maps for Find My iPhone

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iCloud website switches to Apple Maps for Find My iPhone

Apple appears to have ended their use of Google Maps in Find My iPhone on the iCloud website, switching over to Apple Maps product. The change was rolled out briefly to iCloud.com beta users earlier this year, but has now found its way to the public site.

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1 week ago

Five Threes tips to have you matching like an expert

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Five Threes tips to have you matching like an expert

As I mentioned on the iMore Show this week, I'm thrilled that Threes won Apple's Best Game of the Year. It's been one of my favorite idle-hands games throughout 2014, and I'm very glad to see it get time in the spotlight — hopefully this will once and for all cement its place above 2048 (a less-charming Threes clone that overtook the original in popularity due to its free download).

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1 week ago

Jeff Daniels could play John Sculley in troubled Steve Jobs biopic

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Jeff Daniels could play John Sculley in troubled Steve Jobs biopic

A new report claims that actor Jeff Daniels is in the running to portray Apple's former CEO John Sculley in the upcoming Universal Pictures biopic of Steve Jobs. If that happens, Daniels will be working again with Aaron Sorkin, who is writing the script for the movie based on Walter Isaacson's acclaimed biography of Jobs. Daniels plays the lead character in The Newsroom, the HBO TV series that Sorkin created and which will end after three seasons later in December.

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1 week ago

Apple releases iOS 8.1.2

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Apple releases iOS 8.1.2

Apple has released a new iOS 8 to the public, this time iOS 8.1.2. The update is available for download over the air on your device or through iTunes. This update is supposed to correct an issue that may have caused ringtones purchased through iTunes to be removed from devices.

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1 week ago

Apple now selling the SteelSeries Stratus XL game controller

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Apple now selling the SteelSeries Stratus XL game controller

Apple is now selling the SteelSeries Stratus XL, a new console-style game controller for iPhone and iPad. The controller is compatible with a number of games for iOS, including FIFA 15 Ultimate Team, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Oceanhorn.

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1 week ago

Apple reportedly planning to open its first Brooklyn store location

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Apple reportedly planning to open its first Brooklyn store location

Apple has reportedly signed a lease for a new retail store location in the Brooklyn borough of New York City. If true, it will be the first store Apple will operate in that section of the metropolis and the seventh overall in New York City.

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1 week ago

Dashlane will soon let you change your passwords in one click

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Dashlane will soon let you change your passwords in one click

Password manager Dashlane is preparing a powerful new way to quickly change all of your passwords. The new Password Changer will instantly change all of your passwords with the click of a button, hassle-free. The password changer works with a number of popular services and retailers, including Amazon, Dropbox, Evernote, and Twitter.

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