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1 week ago

T-Mobile won't just pay your ETF — they'll pay off your phone as well

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T-Mobile won't just pay your ETF — they'll pay off your phone as well

T-Mobile's new Carrier Freedom program is designed to steal customers from Verizon and AT&T by offering to pay all of their outstanding phone payments and device leases.

T-Mobile announced this plan as part of their "Uncarrier 9.0" press event. It says that this new program is for phone or tablet customers who bought their devices on AT&T Next or Verizon Edge plans.

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1 week ago

You'll be able to get your fix of Trivia Crack right from your Apple Watch

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You'll be able to get your fix of Trivia Crack right from your Apple Watch

The highly-addictive game Trivia Crack has just expanded beyond the phone in your hand, and onto the Apple Watch on your wrist.

Playing Trivia Crack will no longer require you to take you iPhone out of your pocket to compete with your friends. Users will be able to read their question along with select their answer right from their Apple Watch, and they will be notified each time that it is there time to be able to continue playing.

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1 week ago

T-Mobile announces new plans for businesses, starting at $16 a line

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T-Mobile announces new plans for businesses, starting at $16 a line

T-Mobile has announced its latest Un-carrier move, this one aimed at businesses.

T-Mobile will offer businesses plans with unlimited talk and text, with 1GB of data included, for $16 a month for 10 to 19 lines.

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1 week ago

Google Calendar for iPhone review

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Google Calendar for iPhone review

Google Calendar for iPhone is off to a decent start, but it isn't pulling me away from Fantastical 2 any time soon.

Google Calendar has finally come to iPhone by way of a native app. And not only can it sync your Google calendars, it can also grab your local calendars, including iCloud and Exchange. Use Gmail? Google Calendar can even import events right from your email automagically. There's no denying Google's got some fancy tricks up its sleeve. That doesn't mean there isn't still work to be done.

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1 week ago

MasterCard helps bring Apple Pay to Arnold Palmer Invitational

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MasterCard helps bring Apple Pay to Arnold Palmer Invitational

MasterCard is expanding its partnership with the PGA Tour for contactless payments. Golf fans will be able to use Apple Pay at the concession stands of the Arnold Palmer Invitational in Orlando, Florida.

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1 week ago

Fitbit Charge HR fitness tracker review

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Fitbit Charge HR fitness tracker review

When it comes down to it, the Charge HR is currently the best wrist worn fitness tracker in Fitbit's current lineup.

The Charge HR by Fitbit counts your steps, tracks calories, monitors your heart rate, and pairs right with the Fitbit app to give you an overview of your activity each day. It also features a small display that shows you current stats and call notifications without having to pick up your phone. It might not boast all the features its older sibling the Fitbit Surge does, but it's still a better option for most people. Here's why...

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1 week ago

Here's what the Apple Watch can do without an iPhone

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Here's what the Apple Watch can do without an iPhone

Even without an iPhone, you can still do a lot with your Apple Watch.

The Apple Watch and the iPhone may be two devices that go better together, but Apple's wearable is still powerful in its own right. If you leave your iPhone at home, here's what the Watch can do on its own.

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1 week ago

China Unicom, China Telecom to sell iPad Air 2 and mini 3 starting March 27

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China Unicom, China Telecom to sell iPad Air 2 and mini 3 starting March 27

Both China Unicom and China Telecom have announced that they will begin carrying the Wi-Fi + Cellular versions of Apple's iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3.

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1 week ago

Animate to your heart's desire with Hype 3 and Hype Pro

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Animate to your heart's desire with Hype 3 and Hype Pro

I'm not a big fan of WSIWYG editors for the web. But Hype is something special.

Tumult's Hype — an HTML5 WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) web and animation editor — is approaching its four-year anniversary in May, and what a way it has chosen to celebrate: The company is releasing a major update for its professional and prosumer users in the form of Hype Pro, packaged inside the all-new Hype 3 as a $49.99 upgrade.

I've had so much fun testing Hype Pro over the last few months: It's an excellent upgrade for longtime Hype users, and I suspect it may draw in quite a few new pro users, as well.

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1 week ago

Twelve South Baselift easily elevates your MacBook on the go

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Twelve South Baselift easily elevates your MacBook on the go

Twelve South takes a new approach to elevating your Macbook with their latest accessory, Baselift.

Knowing that not everyone will want to lug around a stand in order to change the elevation of their MacBook, Twelve South has taken a new approach in an accessory that will always be attached. The Baselift is a microfiber-layered pad that serves two purposes once installed.

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1 week ago

iRig 2 mobile guitar interface launches with better sound, more flexibility

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iRig 2 mobile guitar interface launches with better sound, more flexibility

IK Multimedia has announced that iRig 2, their followup to their successful guitar interface for iPhone and iPad, is now shipping.

iRig 2 aims to provide better sound quality and increased flexibility over its predecessor. The interface still plugs into the headphone jack on your iPhone or iPad, letting you send your guitar's signals to compatible apps.

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1 week ago

Apple's new MacBook: How does its Retina display compare to other Macs?

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Apple's new MacBook: How does its Retina display compare to other Macs?

Apple's new MacBook sports a Retina display. But how does it compare to the Retina MacBook Pro or the 5K iMac? Let's take a look...

The new MacBook recently revealed at Apple's Spring Forward event hits stores on April 10th. It's the second MacBook product to feature what Apple calls a "Retina display," joining the Retina MacBook Pro which first appeared in 2012. What does Retina display mean, and how does the new MacBook's Retina display compared to existing Macs?

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1 week ago

iOS 8 adoption rate now stands at 77%

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iOS 8 adoption rate now stands at 77%

Apple's latest App Store distribution numbers show that iOS 8 has now been installed on 77% of all compatible devices as of March 16, 2015.

iOS 7 now stands at 20%, with all the older versions claiming a total of 3% of installs.

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1 week ago

Which Apple Watch Sport band color should you get?

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Which Apple Watch Sport band color should you get?

White, blue, green, pink, or black — the Apple Watch Sport collection offers five pairs of vibrant fluoroelastomer sport bands for you to choose from.

Molded out of high-performance, fluorocarbon-based synthetic rubber, the Apple Watch Sport bands are meant for exactly what the name implies — active lifestyles. That means they're tough enough to survive runs in the sun, workouts in the gym, and hikes in the woods. Form-fitting and skin-friendly with a pin-and-tuck-closure, the Apple Watch Sport band is what ships with every case in the Apple Watch Sport collection. There are several bright, fun colors to choose from, however, and that can make the choice more difficult. If you're having trouble deciding, here's some help!

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1 week ago

How to (virtually) try on both Apple Watch sizes with the Apple Store App

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How to (virtually) try on both Apple Watch sizes with the Apple Store App

If you're having trouble deciding between the 38mm and 42mm Apple Watch sizes, Apple has made a way for you to try them on — virtually!

In-store try ons will start on April 10, but if you want to get a sense of how both Apple Watch cases look on your wrist right now, today, you can do just that using the Apple Store app. It's not obvious how to get there, but once you know where it is, you can switch between both collections and sizes and see how aluminum, steel, and gold, in 38mm and 48mm, fit.

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