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Tim Cook 'not satisfied' with Apple's diversity report

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Tim Cook 'not satisfied' with Apple's diversity report

Apple CEO Tim Cook is following up on their splashy video on diversity from earlier this summer with some hard and apparently disappointing numbers. A human resources report from Apple shows that 55% of employees are white, and 70% are male.

Here's what Cook had to say on the issue.

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Skylanders Trap Team launching on iPad alongside console version

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Skylanders Trap Team launching on iPad alongside console version

Activision has announced that the next version of their hugely popular Skylanders game will be launching on iPad, Android, and consoles together on October 4. Progress made on the tablet version will carry over to the console version as well, if you're playing on multiple platforms. There will be a Skylanders Trap Team Tablet Starter pack available that includes a stand for your iPad, Bluetooth controller, two characters, two traps, and a display stand, though there's no word on how much that will cost.

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Valiant Hearts bringing iOS gamers to the front line September 4

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Valiant Hearts bringing iOS gamers to the front line September 4

Valiant Hearts, an Ubisoft puzzle game set in World War I, is coming to iPhone and iPad on September 4. The game boasts a gritty graphic novel art style, heartwrenching story about soldiers on the front line of The Great War and their faithful hound Walt, and a great mix of gameplay types.

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Deal of the Day: 57% off Qmadix Vital Cover for iPhone 5/5S

Deal of the Day: 57% off Qmadix Vital Cover for iPhone 5/5S

Today Only: Buy the Qmadix Vital Cover for iPhone 5/5S for just $14.95!

The Vital Cover by Qmadix evokes emotion, exhilaration and adrenaline. Its innovative dual layer design is a blend of energy absorption material with a durable impact-resistant hard exterior polycarbonate shell.

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1 week ago

New, updated and discounted apps: The Manhattan Project, Studiometry, Luna Calculator

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New, updated and discounted apps: The Manhattan Project, Studiometry, Luna Calculator

Every day dozens and dozens of new and updated apps and games hit the iOS and Mac App Stores. It's impossible to keep up with them all, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! Today we've got a cool new game for iOS, an eminently useful Mac tool for freelancers and small businesses, a free calculator app and more!

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Creators of Siri working on Viv, a complex AI that can teach itself

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Creators of Siri working on Viv, a complex AI that can teach itself

Although Siri has learned a lot of new tricks since the service was launched October 2011, the AI only perform tasks Apple engineers explicitly implement. While Siri is beholden to the Apple ecosystem, a new stealth startup called Viv Labs is aiming to build a better AI, one that can teach itself to "answer almost any query and perform almost any function" using your "personal preferences and a near-infinite web of connections."

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Manchester United ban fans from bringing iPad, iPad mini to home games

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Manchester United ban fans from bringing iPad, iPad mini to home games

Manchester United have announced a ban on usage of all large electronic devices at Old Trafford during home matches this season. The electronic devices are the latest items to join the list of prohibited items at the stadium, with the club stating that any device that exceeds dimensions of 150mm x 100mm will not be allowed into the venue, including the iPad and iPad mini.

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Next-gen iPads with anti-reflection coating reportedly in production

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Next-gen iPads with anti-reflection coating reportedly in production

We're rapidly approaching the time of year when new Apple toys start to emerge, and Bloomberg has today published a couple of tantalizing details surrounding the company's next-generation iPads. Citing two sources "with knowledge of the matter," the outlet claims the full-sized next-gen iPad, at 9.7 inches, has already entered production, "with an unveiling projected for the end of this quarter or early next." Apple's next iPad Mini is also claimed to be entering production, with availability likely "by the end of the year."

And today's report also offers up fresh information on a new hardware feature that could make the possible iPad Air 2 easier to read.

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T-Mobile announces new Pay as You Go rate that starts next week

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T-Mobile announces new Pay as You Go rate that starts next week

T-Mobile has just announced a new Pay as You Go plan for users. This isn't a change to their monthly prepaid plans, instead this is for people who value pay-per-use, daily and weekly plans. The new plan has customers paying just $0.10 per minute or message as a flat rate.

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iPad Air and the next generation of highly mobile, highly accessible productivity

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iPad Air and the next generation of highly mobile, highly accessible productivity

Finger-painting with productivity is not a term I ever thought I'd use. Working in enterprise for years, trapped behind a desk and a Windows PC and Microsoft Office, productivity was arduous. It was a chore. The software was bought because of the boxes it checked, not the efficiency it enabled, and was as chronically outdated as the hardware that ran it. Day in, day out, keystrokes and clicks counted down the hours until lunch, and again until quitting time. Then came the iPad — currently the iPad Air — and everything changed. The utter desolation of the cubicles, the endless cruft of the start buttons and ribbons fell away like blocks of shattered concrete, and we could reach out and delightfully, inspiringly, touch our words, our data, and our tasks, anywhere, any time.

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