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1 week ago

Candy Crush Soda Saga: Top 10 tips, hints, and cheats you need to know!

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Candy Crush Soda Saga: Top 10 tips, hints, and cheats you need to know!

If you didn't get enough candy-crushing action out of the original Candy Crush Saga, you can rejoice because Candy Crush Soda Saga is here for both iPhone and iPad with all new challenges and levels to master. With it comes new challenges, obstacles, and candies. You'll also need to be on the lookout for new combos that can help you rack up some serious points. We've got all the tips, hints, and cheats you need to get past the toughest levels, and even a tip on how to earn free lives faster, no real-world money required!

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1 week ago

This stylish hard case and holster combo for iPhone 5/5S is now just $9.95 today!

This stylish hard case and holster combo for iPhone 5/5S is now just $9.95 today!

Featuring a sleek design, this snap-on cover and holster combo offers excellent protection against drops and scratches while still leaving complete access to all the features of your device. The holster can be rotated both vertically and horizontally for optimal comfort, too! Get yours today and save 75%

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1 week ago

NSFW: Net neutrality, the FCC, and the future of the Internet

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NSFW: Net neutrality, the FCC, and the future of the Internet

NSFW is a weekly op-ed column in which I talk about whatever's on my mind. Sometimes it'll have something to do with the technology we cover here on iMore; sometimes it'll be whatever pops into my head. Your questions, comments and observations are welcome.

Net neutrality is the simple idea that data on the Internet should be treated equally, regardless of where it comes from or where it goes to. It's a pretty simple idea, and pretty straightforward. So why is it being bludgeoned by both sides in Washington as a political weapon?

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1 week ago

Apple's Metal API was used to make upcoming mobile version of Disney Infinity 2.0

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Apple's Metal API was used to make upcoming mobile version of Disney Infinity 2.0

Disney will be bringing their hit console game Disney Infinity 2.0 to mobile devices for the first time before the end of 2014, and the company said it used Apple's new Metal graphics API to help create the port.

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2 weeks ago

Retailers see surge in mobile payments in wake of Apple Pay launch

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Retailers see surge in mobile payments in wake of Apple Pay launch

It looks like Apple Pay is ushering in a new era for mobile payments, if reports from retailers are a sign of things to come. The New York Times is reporting today that many retailers have seen a substantial increase in mobile payment traffic in the three weeks since Apple's mobile payment platform launched.

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2 weeks ago

Tech giants rally together to curb NSA spying

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Tech giants rally together to curb NSA spying

A number of big-name tech companies are teaming up to lobby the Senate to pass legislation that would limit the reach of the NSA's spying activities, Bloomberg reported today. The coalition of tech giants includes the likes of Apple, Google, and Microsoft, among others.

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2 weeks ago

Review: Space Age is pixel-perfect nostalgia

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Review: Space Age is pixel-perfect nostalgia

The games that shape you in your childhood tend to linger in your memory long after you finish playing them. I can't open an exploratory game like Gone Home or The Room without thinking of my first stumblings into Myst years before, insisting my dad not leave the room because I was too scared to go alone and too excited to not have someone to talk to.

Playing Space Age stirs a very different set of memories — ones founded in explorative delight, or frenetic frustration from just missing the final piece in a boss fight for the fifth time. They trust the player and tease them, compelling them forward with a great narrative all the while confounding them with dastardly puzzles and note-perfect timing.

It's been a long time since I played a game and failed a mission with a smile on my face and a goofy "aw, rats, I almost had it!" exclamation, but Space Age brings all that out and more.

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2 weeks ago

Snapchat is clamping down on third-party apps, threatens to lock accounts

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Snapchat is clamping down on third-party apps, threatens to lock accounts

Snapchat has a had a rough few weeks in terms of security. People's photos were allegedly stolen and posted online recently through the use of a third-party apps. Those apps used reversed-engineered APIs to access the service, which creates a significant vulnerability in account security.

Now, the company appears to be taking a hardline against the practice by sending out emails to those who have been utilizing third-party apps.

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2 weeks ago

Having issues with app permission popups in iOS 8? Here's the fix!

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Having issues with app permission popups in iOS 8? Here's the fix!

When you launch a new app for the first time, you'll often get a popup asking you for permission to access your location, contacts, calendars, photos, etc. Some people, however, are getting the popup multiple times. Over and over again. If you're running iOS 8 and you're getting multiple popups, don't worry — here's the fix!

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2 weeks ago

Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac deals for November 14

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Top iPhone, iPad, and Mac deals for November 14

We've gathered together some great discounts on iPhone, iPad, and Mac apps, accessories, and devices for you today.

We'll keep showing sales that are ongoing after double-checking that they're still active and the price is the same, as well as updating the list with anything new that we find. Of course, if you spot any great deals, don't be shy - drop a tip in the comments!

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2 weeks ago

How to fix a broken loud speaker in an iPhone 5s

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How to fix a broken loud speaker in an iPhone 5s

If you have an iPhone 5s that doesn't produce any sound over the loud speaker, but still functions through the earpiece, it's possible that the loud speaker is either defective or blown. Other symptoms can include low volume or crackling audio. If you're experiencing any of these issues and you're out of warranty, a DIY iPhone repair isn't terribly hard and will save you a lot of cash compared to buying a new iPhone. So if you've got a steady hand and want to attempt the repair yourself, follow along and we'll walk you through where to get quality replacement parts and how to replace your loud speaker all on your own!

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2 weeks ago

How to set up and use iTunes Match

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How to set up and use iTunes Match

iTunes Match allows you to stream purchased music from iTunes along with any other music you have saved in your iTunes library to any of your registered iOS devices. That means you can listen to your tunes — any purchased music + up to 25,000 songs from your personal library — anywhere you have a data connection, without taking up tons of storage space. To get started, all you've got to do is subscribe and enable iTunes Match on all of the things!

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2 weeks ago

Dash API Docs is the reference every iOS app developer needs

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Dash API Docs is the reference every iOS app developer needs

Developers need to know APIs, and Dash API Docs aims to bring them all into one place. Without knowing the APIs, it's incredibly hard to accomplish anything. But figuring out which API is going to do the thing you need it to do can be difficult task. So that's where the new app Dash API docs comes into play, bundling together the documentation for not one, not two, but 150 API documentations in one place.

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2 weeks ago

Microsoft launches beta version of Skype for Web

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Microsoft launches beta version of Skype for Web

Microsoft has unveiled Skype for Web, a browser-based version of the VOIP service. Currently in beta, Skype for Web functions just like its native desktop counterpart, with voice and video calling and text messaging. The beta is available for Internet Explorer, Chrome, and Firefox on Windows, and Safari 6.0 or later on OS X.

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2 weeks ago

Best turn-by-turn navigation apps for iPhone

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Best turn-by-turn navigation apps for iPhone

Looking for the best iPhone apps to help you navigate the roads and highways? Whether you want turn-by-turn driving or walking directions, or public transit, the App Store has several excellent alternatives to choose from. Depending on where you live, however, one may be much better for you than the others. So, which one should you choose?

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