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2 weeks ago

Trello gets a fresh design and adds sharing features in latest update

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Trello gets a fresh design and adds sharing features in latest update

Popular task managing app Trello scored a pretty major update on iOS today. Version 2.7 brings a fresh new design, along with new features such as support for iOS 8's share menu, a new today widget, and Handoff support.

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2 weeks ago

iBooks anti-trust monitor once again under fire for antics, billings

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iBooks anti-trust monitor once again under fire for antics, billings

Michael Bromwich, appointed by U.S. Judge Denise Cote in the wake of the anti-trust charges leveled against Apple for iBooks deals, is once again under fire in the op ed pages of a prominent publication. This time it's the Wall Street Journal, but the accusation remains the same — that Bromwich abused his role by investigating aspects of the company that have nothing to do with the case, and in the process has billed Apple over $2.65 million for his "services".

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2 weeks ago

Latest IDC numbers show Apple making gains in China

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Latest IDC numbers show Apple making gains in China

IDC has released the numbers for smartphone shipments by vendor for Q4 2014. Unsurprisingly, Xiaomi is on top with a 13.7 percent market share in the fourth quarter — up from 6.5 percent over the previous year. Perhaps more interesting, however, is that it looks like Apple's launch of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus helped it jump up to the number two spot in the fourth quarter, with a 12.3 percent market share — up from 5 percent just the quarter prior.

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2 weeks ago

Chris Breen leaves Macworld (and the tech community) for Apple

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Chris Breen leaves Macworld (and the tech community) for Apple

My friend, former colleague, and Mac guru extraordinaire Chris Breen is leaving Macworld after several decades to go work for Apple. It's a huge loss for IDG, and an even bigger loss for the tech community at large — Chris appeared on podcasts and Lynda videos across the Web, and it's a sad day indeed to think that we won't hear his voice on any tech-related casts from here on out.

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2 weeks ago

DiskWarrior 5 Review: The Essential Mac Disk Maintenance Tool

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DiskWarrior 5 Review: The Essential Mac Disk Maintenance Tool

Maybe you didn't believe me when I said it. Kirk McElhearn chimes in on Macworld with these plaudits:

DiskWarrior remains the essential tool for maintaining and repairing disk problems. For both preventive maintenance and repair it's a must-have tool.

It's not a question of if you will lose data, only a question of when.

Source: Macworld

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2 weeks ago

Google Play Music updated with iPad support, Material Design tweaks

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Google Play Music updated with iPad support, Material Design tweaks

Google Play Music for iOS has been updated, and is available for the iPad for the first time. On both the iPhone and the iPad, the app has received some updates to its Material Design interface.

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2 weeks ago

Monkey King Escape is Ubisoft's new endless runner for iPhone and iPad

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Monkey King Escape is Ubisoft's new endless runner for iPhone and iPad

Monkey King Escape is a new endless runner from Ubisoft for the iPhone and iPad. Loosely based on the Chinese novel Journey to the West, Monkey King Escape sees you run and fly across a mystical world in an effort to claim the title of Monkey King.

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2 weeks ago

Dropbox's new extension lets you upload files from almost any app

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Dropbox's new extension lets you upload files from almost any app

Dropbox for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 3.7 with a new extension that makes it easier than ever to save files to Dropbox, and it has the potential to be one of our favorite action extensions. This update also contains bug fixes and performance improvements.

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2 weeks ago

A plea to fix multi-group Messages — for our all our sanity

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A plea to fix multi-group Messages — for our all our sanity

Though Messages has its quirks, I've been lucky to avoid most of them — I haven't had my message history disappear, nor have random contacts popped in or vanished out of thin air. I've rarely had problems with messages not being received or erroring out.

But I'm not immune to every iMessage problem. And the current bane of my existence is group messages — and the multiple threads they spawn in their wake.

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2 weeks ago

Get The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 from iTunes today

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Get The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 from iTunes today

Fans of The Hunger Games series can now purchase The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1 from the iTunes Store. The digital release comes more than two weeks before the movie's March 6 release on DVD and Blu-ray. Anyone who pre-ordered the movie should find it available to watch in their library on the Mac, iOS device, or Apple TV.

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2 weeks ago

Initial Apple Watch manufacturing order rumored to be at least 5 million units

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Initial Apple Watch manufacturing order rumored to be at least 5 million units

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that Apple has ordered between 5 and 6 million Apple Watch units. The order is apparently comprised of all three upcoming models: the Apple Watch Sport, Apple Watch, and Apple Watch Edition. As reported earlier, the entry-level Sportis said to make up half of this initial run, with the stainless steel Apple Watch making up one-third.

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2 weeks ago

Mac Help: Master Yosemite's Privacy settings

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Mac Help: Master Yosemite's Privacy settings

Security is on everyone's mind these days. How secure is your Mac? Can other people figure out where you are? What apps have access to your most important data? Read on to understand how Yosemite's Privacy settings are configured, and how to master them.

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2 weeks ago

EVE Online's Tiamat content bundle brings a new ship, corporation tools, and more

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EVE Online's Tiamat content bundle brings a new ship, corporation tools, and more

EVE Online has released the Tiamat feature bundle. Tiamat follows the Rhea content bundle as the second such release in 2015. The content pack adds a number of new ships, tools, balance fixes, and more.

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2 weeks ago

Video: We check out the BeastGrip Pro lens adapter and rig system for your iPhone

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Video: We check out the BeastGrip Pro lens adapter and rig system for your iPhone

Heard of BeastGrip? Our sister site, Windows Central, had high praises for this camera lens adapter and rig system for smartphones. The company gave us an early look at their latest product: the BeastGrip Pro. Just like the original BeastGrip, it lets you attach standard conversion lenses and other accessories to your phone. Take a look at our hands-on video.

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2 weeks ago

Apple reportedly struggling to bring Apple Pay to China

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Apple reportedly struggling to bring Apple Pay to China

Apple has reportedly run into a few roadblocks in its efforts to bring Apple Pay to China. The company has been in negotiations to bring the payment system over, but they are apparently facing delays due to resistance from regulators and UnionPay, China's credit and debit card system operator.

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