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Uber adds destination entry for riders, turn-by-turn navigation for drivers

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Uber adds destination entry for riders, turn-by-turn navigation for drivers

Uber has announced today that they've added two new features to their latest mobile app. Riders can now easily enter their destination into the rider app, and drivers can take advantage of turn-by-turn navigation within the driver app. Both are aimed to help make for a seamless, efficient ride for both driver and passenger.

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The Walking Dead Pinball coming to Zen Pinball for iPhone and iPad August 28

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The Walking Dead Pinball coming to Zen Pinball for iPhone and iPad August 28

Zen Studios will add yet another major franchise to its Zen Pinball series when it releases The Walking Dead Pinball table on August 28 for the iPhone and iPad.

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Samsung announces 'next evolution' of smartphone design — the 2012 iPhone 5!

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Samsung announces 'next evolution' of smartphone design — the 2012 iPhone 5!

If I'd fabricated this story back on April 1, 2013, I'd have been called an idiot. (Hell, I probably still will today.) Yet, here we are, August of 2014 and Samsung has just announced the iPhone 5... er... the Galaxy Alpha.

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Man asks Siri to help him hide a body, Siri helps prosecute him

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Man asks Siri to help him hide a body, Siri helps prosecute him

A Florida man accused of killing his roommate reportedly asked Siri for help on how and where to hide the body. The original response that query generated, long since removed by Apple, offered classic pulp fiction locations such as swamps, reservoirs, foundries, and dumps. (The query now returns "I used to know the answer to that question...") Yet that same question, along with other data such as flashlight usage and location, are now being offered into evidence by prosecutors at trial.

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1 week ago

Amazon undercuts Square with own mobile card reader

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Amazon undercuts Square with own mobile card reader

Amazon is taking on Square and PayPal by launching its own mobile card reader, called Amazon Local Register. Although the ecommerce giant hasn't announced the mobile card reader yet, there is a dedicated section for the product on Amazon's site (where it is available for $10), and a YouTube introduction video highlighting its features.

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1 week ago

Painting the back of the Apple accessibility fence

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Painting the back of the Apple accessibility fence

Robert and Allison of the Tech Doctor podcast, which focuses on accessibility, were gracious enough to invite me on to talk about Apple's efforts to increase iOS and OS X accessibility, and what iMore is doing to help promote them.

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1 week ago

Pebble firmware updated to version 2.4

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Pebble firmware updated to version 2.4

A firmware update for the Pebble smartwatch is pushing out today, bringing the watch to version 2.4 and fixing a slew of bugs and annoyances. You should get a notice that a new version of the operating system is ready for you via the Pebble companion app for your smartphone, or you can dig into the app itself and manually check.

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How to change your iTunes password interval with parental controls on your iPhone or iPad

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How to change your iTunes password interval with parental controls on your iPhone or iPad

By default the App Store and iTunes only requires a password every fifteen minutes or so. That means if you've authorized a single purchase, someone could technically purchase something else without being required to enter a password again. For parents who want to prevent this from happening, you can easily use restrictions in order to require a password be entered for purchases immediately and every single time.

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1 week ago

Vector 53: Regeneration with Guy, Georgia, and Dave [Explicit]

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Vector 53: Regeneration with Guy, Georgia, and Dave [Explicit]

Vector is a news and analysis show focusing on the biggest stories, hottest trends, and most important issues in technology, past, present, and future. On this week's show, Rene is joined by Georgia Dow, Guy English, and Dave Wiskus, to announce the end of the current season of Vector and the launch of the next. Also: Google scanning email for child porn, tinkering to learn, Apple University, fear and reinvention, yelling on Twitter.

Support Vector: Go to www.drobostore.com and use offer code Vector50 to save $50 on any Drobo.

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1 week ago

USB Type-C spec finalized but no word on when it will launch

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USB Type-C spec finalized but no word on when it will launch

The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has now finalized the spec for a new connector and cable, USB Type-C, that is much smaller than current USB ports and cables. It is also designed to offer reversible plug and cable orientation, meaning that users will be able to insert a USB Type-C cable in its supported port in either direction.

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