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23 hours ago

Five reasons to stay away from Apple's OS X beta seeding program

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Five reasons to stay away from Apple's OS X beta seeding program

Apple on Tuesday announced a beta seeding program that enables anyone — not just registered developers — from gaining access to pre-release OS X Mavericks software and applications from Apple. There are some good reasons to get involved, but there are an equal number of reasons to stay away from it. Here are a few.

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23 hours ago

Apple highlights the apps featured in the 'Powerful' ad

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Apple highlights the apps featured in the 'Powerful' ad

Apple's launched a new page on their website to profile the apps that are featured in their most recent ad for the iPhone 5s — "Powerful". The ad, which looks at how the iPhone is used in music and other life adventures, featured several apps in real world (ish) use scenarios. Most aren't necessarily how most of use might use these apps, but it's impressive nonetheless.

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1 day ago

Air Berlin updates iPhone app with Pebble boarding cards

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Air Berlin updates iPhone app with Pebble boarding cards

If you're a regular flyer with Air Berlin then you definitely want to grab the latest version of the airline's iPhone application. Besides a complete redesign that makes some other airlines apps look tired by comparison, Air Berlin has added support for Pebble with the release of version 3.0. And that means you can get your boarding passes on your watch.

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1 day ago

Apple launches 'Powerful' new iPhone 5s ad

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Apple launches 'Powerful' new iPhone 5s ad

Apple has released a new iPhone 5s ad called "Powerful". It's set to the song Gigantic by the Pixies, the ad highlights the iPhone 5s' utility with several kinds of musical instruments and vocals, as a connected controller for lighting, gaming, and rocket launching, for slow motion video, videography, live translation, blood pressure measurement, and finishes with the line — "You're more powerful than you think".

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1 day ago

Iterate 66: Supertop on Tokens and Castro

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Iterate 66: Supertop on Tokens and Castro

Padraig Kennedy and Oisin Prendiville of Supertop join Marc, Seth, and Rene to talk about their promo code-sharing app for Mac, Tokens, and their podcast app for iOS, Castro.

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1 day ago

Why Tim Cook narrated Apple's new environmental video, Better

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Why Tim Cook narrated Apple's new environmental video, Better

Apple recently launched a new, environmentally focused video called "Better" and what's more — it was narrated by their CEO, Tim Cook. That, having a high ranking executive voice-over a video, marketing or corporate, isn't common for Apple. Steve Jobs, famously, recorded the voice over for the now-iconic "Think Different" ad but ultimately went with Richard Dreyfuss as narrator. So, why Tim Cook?

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1 day ago

Apple updates iTunes Connect with new content descriptions, territory restrictions, Brazilian game rankings

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Apple updates iTunes Connect with new content descriptions, territory restrictions, Brazilian game rankings

Apple has made some updates to iTunes Connect, the backend that lets developers manage their apps, that seem to address several long standing pain points. Among them, there's a new "unrestricted web access" description that might help apps with built-in browsers from presenting as adult/porn apps to the unfamiliar, and compliance with Brazil's games rating system, which has caused a lot of frustration for everyone over the years. Here's the full list of updates:

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1 day ago

AT&T posts $17.9 billion in revenue, adds 625,000 postpaid customers in Q1

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AT&T posts $17.9 billion in revenue, adds 625,000 postpaid customers in Q1

AT&T reported its first quarter 2014 results, showing impressive growth in revenues, handset sales and customer acquisition for the quarter. While AT&T operates businesses outside of its wireless division, we're going to focus on this portion. For the quarter, AT&T posted $17.9 billion in revenue including handset sales, up 7 percent year-over-year, leading to $5.1 billion in operating income, up 8.1 percent.

On the customer side, AT&T added 625,000 postpaid customers, its largest first quarter gain in five years. It also added 693,000 "connected devices," but saw prepaid customers dip overall in the quarter mostly due to the loss of over 200,000 reseller subscribers. Of those additions, 311,000 were for postpaid smartphones, while 313,000 were tablets.

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1 day ago

Why Nike would be smart to outsource their fitness hardware to Apple and the iWatch

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Why Nike would be smart to outsource their fitness hardware to Apple and the iWatch

There's a rumor going around that Nike is axing their Nike Fuelband hardware division. Whether it ultimately proves to be true or false, given where Apple is and where they may be going with iOS 8, iPhone 6, and perhaps even an iWatch, it makes a ton of sense.

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1 day ago

iWork apps for iOS updated with stability improvements and bug fixes

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iWork apps for iOS updated with stability improvements and bug fixes

Apple has updated Pages, Numbers and Keynote for iOS right on the heels of the iOS 7.1.1 update. The changelogs aren't very telling when it comes to what's new or different, only stating "stability improvements and bug fixes." Many folks feel this may have something to do with the Heartbleed issue, but the people who know aren't saying. You'll find your updates ready and waiting in the App Store.

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