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2 weeks ago

T-Mobile now gives you rollover data on Simple Choice prepaid plans with Data Stash

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T-Mobile now gives you rollover data on Simple Choice prepaid plans with Data Stash

T-Mobile previously announced Data Stash for postpaid plans only, but now the un-carrier is bringing the same feature to prepaid customers too.

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2 weeks ago

New Steve Jobs documentary bought by CNN and Magnolia Pictures

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New Steve Jobs documentary bought by CNN and Magnolia Pictures

'Steve Jobs: The Man in the Machine', the latest documentary on the life of Apple's late co-founder, has been jointly acquired by CNN and Magnolia Pictures. The film made its debut this week at the SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.

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2 weeks ago

These iPhone 6 hard cases are on sale today for only $18.95

These iPhone 6 hard cases are on sale today for only $18.95

The SURFACE Reveal Case is the ultimate low-profile iPhone 6 hard cover; combining a super-slim design with a protective outer shell that reveals the apple logo on the back. The exterior features a soft coating that provides additional grip as well as a fold-out kickstand. Available in black, blue and gold.

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2 weeks ago

Here's Isetan in Japan's Apple Watch store-within-a-store

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Here's Isetan in Japan's Apple Watch store-within-a-store

Apple's plans to use select department stores around the world to sell its Apple Watch appears to be already underway, with construction of a pop-up store spotted in Japan.

The construction is happening for an Apple Watch store inside Isetan, one of Japan's largest department stores located in Shinjuku. A temporary black box has been set up inside the store with the Apple Watch logo displayed on the side, alongside text reading "Coming soon".

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2 weeks ago

MacID unlocks your Mac with your Touch ID: Free for 48 hours

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MacID unlocks your Mac with your Touch ID: Free for 48 hours

Want to be able to unlock your Mac using Touch ID? Now you can. What's more, it's free for the next two days.

Beginning March 16th, the MacID iOS app is free, but only for 48 hours. It's normally $4. It's an app for your Touch ID-based iOS device, and it works in conjunction with a second app that you install on your Mac. MacID lets you lock your Mac with a swipe of the finger on your Touch ID-equipped iPhone or iPad.

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2 weeks ago

Why did you dump your Samsung Galaxy for an iPhone 6?

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Why did you dump your Samsung Galaxy for an iPhone 6?

A lot of our readers who switched from Android to iPhone came from the super-popular Samsung Galaxy S line of phones. Were you one of them?

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2 weeks ago

Facebook revamps community guidelines, shows what the social network will take down

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Facebook revamps community guidelines, shows what the social network will take down

Facebook has revamped the social network's community standards and guidelines to show what registered accounts can (and more importantly, cannot) share on the service.

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2 weeks ago

Yahoo wants you to forget your password, announces 'on-demand' login service

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Yahoo wants you to forget your password, announces 'on-demand' login service

Yahoo's new "on-demand" system will tie your phone number with your Yahoo account, sending you a one-time verification key to your iPhone every time you want to login.

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2 weeks ago

No on-device screenshot needed for Apple Watch app submissions

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No on-device screenshot needed for Apple Watch app submissions

Looks like Apple corrected some confusing language on the submission-side of Apple Watch apps.

When iOS 8.2 first went live, Apple's developer upload portal, iTunes Connect, referenced a requirement for an on-device screenshot rather than simulator-only screenshots. That would mean you had to have Apple Watch hardware in-hand to get that specific screenshot and be able to upload to the App Watch App Store. As of Friday, however, it seems like the language has been corrected to reflect that simulator-only screenshots are fine for submission.

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2 weeks ago

Over 60 million Americans interested in buying Apple Watch

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Over 60 million Americans interested in buying Apple Watch

According to a recent survey, a whopping 25% of Americans are interesting in buying an Apple Watch.

That's for a product that hasn't even been released yet. What's more, when constrained to the adult population, that works out to roughly 60 million people*. Even better news for Apple: 13% said that, while they don't currently have an iPhone, they're considering getting one in order to get an Apple Watch as well.

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2 weeks ago

Apple and the origins of USB-C

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Apple and the origins of USB-C

The new MacBook sheds MagSafe connectors, ThunderBolt ports, and traditional USB, for a single, all-new, USB-C type plug that can provide power, data, video, and more. While it may have seemed like it came out of nowhere, it really came out of the continued drive to make computers simpler and saner for as many people as possible.

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2 weeks ago

Apple Watch as a filter for what's really important

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Apple Watch as a filter for what's really important

I had the pleasure of sitting next to Clayton Morris during the Apple event last Monday and chatting with him about it for a couple of hours afterwards. Clayton has a real ability to explain technology to the mainstream. It's what makes him a powerful voice for consumer electronics on TV. So, when he talks about why he's getting an Apple Watch, it makes for a fascinating read.

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2 weeks ago

Angry Birds Stella POP! tips, hints, and cheats you need to know!

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Angry Birds Stella POP! tips, hints, and cheats you need to know!

Angry Birds Stella POP! is a new match three game by Rovio that brings along your favorite Angry Birds characters. You'll have to pop bubbles to get to the evil pigs and free different forest creatures. If you've ever played games like Bubble Witch Saga, you already know what you're doing!

If you're just getting started, these are our top tips, hints, and cheats to mastering Angry Birds Stella POP!

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2 weeks ago

Microsoft to crowdsource OS and app update distribution

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Microsoft to crowdsource OS and app update distribution

New iOS and OS X releases have brought Apple's distribution network to its knees before. Microsoft doesn't want the trouble.

Anyone who's dealt with Apple's annual device operating system upgrade cycle knows the pain of Apple's content distribution network dropping to its knees as it tries to keep up with crushing demand. Microsoft wants to offer its users a different, and potentially better, way.

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2 weeks ago

Breitling also has an expensive watch that'll connect to your iPhone

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Breitling also has an expensive watch that'll connect to your iPhone

Apple isn't the only company making an expensive watch to connect to your iPhone, as luxury watch maker, Breitling, is getting in on the act, too. The B55 Connected is the watch makers first attempts at a connected watch, and while it's not going to be able to call you an Uber or provide your airline boarding card, it will keep some of its features in sync with a companion app on your phone.

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