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2014 Holiday Gift Guide

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2014 Holiday Gift Guide

Holiday shopping can be tough, we know. Finding the best gift for your loved ones can be a pain, but we're here to help. This is the Mobile Nations 2014 Holiday Gift Guide so we can help you find the perfect gift for every name on your list. And this doesn't have to be for just that special someone — it's perfectly okay to get a little something special for yourself too. You've earned it.

So as we roll into the biggest and craziest shopping and gift-giving season of the year, it's time to find out what should be on your wish list — and what's on everybody else's lists. So let's dive right in to the Mobile Nations 2014 Holiday Gift Guide for the very best gifts for everybody from the writer and the student to the home automator and the businessman.

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2 days ago

Mint adds Touch ID support, new way to give you the latest on your money

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Mint adds Touch ID support, new way to give you the latest on your money

Personal finance app Mint has been updated to version 3.7, adding a new Updates section to the app. The Updates view gives you quick access to the latest activity from your account. Mint has also increased app security, adding support for Touch ID.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps to take traveling with the kids

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Best iPhone and iPad apps to take traveling with the kids

Traveling with the kids? If so, you'll need the best iPad apps and best iPhone apps possible to help keep them entertained while on planes, trains, and automobiles. Whether it's kid-friendly videos to watch as the miles stream by, or an education game that lets them play — and learn — about the world around them, the App Store has some great choices for the young. Here are our must-haves!

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2 days ago

Moleskine and Adobe team up to put your sketches in the Creative Cloud

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Moleskine and Adobe team up to put your sketches in the Creative Cloud

Notebook maker Moleskine has partnered with Adobe to put your sketches in Creative Cloud with a new notebook and app. Much like their Evernote journal, Moleskine's new Creative Cloud product is designed especially to bridge the gap between analogue and digital work.

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2 days ago

Rock and sock some robots in Ironkill

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Rock and sock some robots in Ironkill

The movie Reel Steel might have been fairly forgettable, but the two mobile games based on it have enjoyed a fair little following. The team leads from the mobile Reel Steel and Total Recall titles have left Reliance Entertainment in order to form their own studio, Play Motion. And Play Motion's first game sticks with what they know: robots punching other robots.

Ironkill has just launched on Android and iOS as a free to play title. Players can collect and upgrade a wide assortment of stylized robots, and then journey across a post-apocalyptic map to battle it out against other robot trainers. With solid graphics and simple controls, Ironkill promises plenty of fun robot-on-robot violence.

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2 days ago

Stringer brings customizable shuffling to your music

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Stringer brings customizable shuffling to your music

If you've ever listened to music on shuffle, you've probably hit the point where you'd like to hear more from that album, but then continue on with the shuffling. That's an issue that the newly-released Stringer aims to alleviate, allowing you to easily move around a shuffled list of your entire iTunes library (including iTunes Match music) and make adjustments as you see fit.

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Foxconn building $2.6 billion dedicated display plant for a single client

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Foxconn building $2.6 billion dedicated display plant for a single client

Foxconn, the manufacturer of Apple's devices, including the iPhone and iPad, is about to invest $2.6 billion in a facility in Taiwan dedicated to producing displays for a single client. While the client isn't explicitly named, few companies other than Apple could generate the demand that would require a dedicated display production facility. The plant is expected to begin producing displays by the end of next year, according to Bloomberg:

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Apple reportedly opens new development office in Lund, Sweden

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Apple reportedly opens new development office in Lund, Sweden

Apple has quietly opened a small new development office in Lund, Sweden, but the company has not yet commented on this move or what the handful of its employees are doing in this location.

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Dropbox warns of issue with Yosemite's Finder, advises update to OS X 10.10.1

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Dropbox warns of issue with Yosemite's Finder, advises update to OS X 10.10.1

Dropbox is reaching out to users to let them know of an issue with OS X Yosemite's Finder integration. Dropbox uses Yosemite's official Finder integration, which might cause a crash when users open or "Save As" a file, or when you first save a file.

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Gorilla Glass 4 may help protect your future iPhone screen from drops

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Gorilla Glass 4 may help protect your future iPhone screen from drops

Less than two years after Corning first revealed Gorilla Glass 3, the company is going ahead and introducing Gorilla Glass 4. The latest version of its touchscreen display glass is supposed to be up to two times tougher than any competitive cover glass product. Corning said that in their drop tests from one meter on a rough surface, devices with Gorilla Glass 4 survived the drop up to 80 percent of the time.

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2 days ago

These dual-layer iPhone 6 hard cases are 49% off today while supplies last!

These dual-layer iPhone 6 hard cases are 49% off today while supplies last!

The DualTek Extreme Shock Case for the iPhone 6 combines durable plastic and silicone materials in shock absorbing layers to provide you with ultimate impact protection that you won't find in your average phone case. Get yours in one of four colors today for only $17.95

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Things for iPhone and iPad is available for free from the App Store until November 28

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Things for iPhone and iPad is available for free from the App Store until November 28

Task management app Things is Apple's App of the Week, which means that you can get the utility for free from the App Store until November 28. The app picked up a major update last week that saw the introduction of an iOS8-inspired makeover, Handoff support, sharing extensions and more.

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3 days ago

Steve Jobs biopic reportedly heading to Universal as Sony backs out

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Steve Jobs biopic reportedly heading to Universal as Sony backs out

After failing to lock down a lead actor, Aaron Sorkin's upcoming Steve Jobs biopic may now be changing studios. Deadline reported that the movie is heading to Universal from Sony Pictures, with a deal set to finalize as early as Thursday evening.

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3 days ago

Microsoft OneNote for iPhone and iPad will finally sync in the background

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Microsoft OneNote for iPhone and iPad will finally sync in the background

Microsoft has pushed out a small, but not unimportant update to its OneNote applications for iPhone and iPad. In the process it fixes one of the more irritating issues, because now we're finally given background sync! OneNote has had a tendency to be somewhat slow syncing your notebooks between device and cloud, but that should all be a thing of the past.

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3 days ago

GT Advanced's creditors request extension in settlement hearing

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GT Advanced's creditors request extension in settlement hearing

It seems that there's more news in the never ending story of GT Advanced today. The latest sees the sapphire manufacturer's creditors calling for an extension concerning a settlement hearing that could potentially see GT Advanced paying Apple $439 million as it sells off its sapphire furnaces, Reuters reported today.

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