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Amazon brings unlimited photo storage to Prime members in Canada

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Amazon brings unlimited photo storage to Prime members in Canada

Amazon has announced that Prime members in Canada now have access to unlimited photo storage with Prime Photos. In addition to Prime members, unlimited photo storage on Amazon Cloud Drive is available to Amazon Student and and Amazon Family members in Canada as well.

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1 week ago

Get your iPhone 6 bumper cases today for only $4.95!

Get your iPhone 6 bumper cases today for only $4.95!

This iPhone 6 bumper features 4-corner protection against drops and keeps the display and back of your device safe from scratches by elevating it away from flat surfaces. You'll have access to all features, while the side and top buttons have been raised to provide easy access when the bumper is installed.

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1 week ago

For $5-a-month, AT&T subscribers can now place unlimited calls to Mexico

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For $5-a-month, AT&T subscribers can now place unlimited calls to Mexico

AT&T has revamped their AT&T World Connect $5 monthly international calling package to offer unlimited calls to Mexico. The news comes just days after AT&T got approval from the Mexican government for a $2.5 billion acquisition of Iusacell, Mexico's third-largest cellular carrier.

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1 week ago

How to turn your iPhone into a virtual steadycam with Hyperlapse

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How to turn your iPhone into a virtual steadycam with Hyperlapse

Instagram's Hyperlapse uses the sensors in your iPhone to stabilize video on-the-fly. That way you get silky-smooth time-lapse video, at up to 12x, of stages being built, forests being run-through, highways being race by, and anything else you can imagine. What you can also do, however, is choose to save the video at 1x. And what that does is create silky-smooth regular video. So smooth, in fact, it looks almost like it was shot for a steadycam. That's not only great for tech writers trying to cover new products solo at an event, but for everything from shooting a birthday cake in motion to an impromptu ukulele jam. You'll need to pay close attention to how to save the file, but otherwise using Hyperlapse for rock-solid video is easy to do!

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1 week ago

Comic: Keep your paws off my MacBook Air ports!

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Comic: Keep your paws off my MacBook Air ports!

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1 week ago

ComfortWay hotspot review: Cheap international data, no iPhone unlock needed

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ComfortWay hotspot review: Cheap international data, no iPhone unlock needed

Traveling with your iPhone can create a major headache when it comes to using data internationally. From insane roaming fees to grossly overpriced data packages, there haven't been a lot of reasonable options, particularly if you're traveling to multiple countries in a single trip. I recently faced this dilemma myself while preparing for a trip to Europe. Even with unlocked iPhones, I couldn't find a single SIM card that would work in all of the four countries we were visiting. That's when I found the ComfortWay hotspot.

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1 week ago

Mac Help: Should I install Yosemite now?

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Mac Help: Should I install Yosemite now?

Welcome to the inaugural installment of our new Mac Help feature. Each week I try to help our readers sort out problems they're having with their Macs. If you have a question or issue you're having trouble with, I encourage you to email us at machelp@imore.com.

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1 week ago

Marriott looking to bring Netflix, Hulu Plus and Pandora to your hotel room TV

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Marriott looking to bring Netflix, Hulu Plus and Pandora to your hotel room TV

Marriott is about to make your hotel stay much more rewarding. The hotel chain has confirmed to Bloomberg that it is testing a TV service that allows its guests to access streaming content from their own Netflix, Hulu Plus and Pandora accounts. The service is currently being trialled in eight hotels across the US.

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1 week ago

What could Apple do with 2GB of RAM in the iPhone?

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What could Apple do with 2GB of RAM in the iPhone?

iOS has always been incredibly efficient when it comes to its use of random access memory (RAM). It's what makes cross-platform spec comparisons so much more than just a numbers game. Apple gets to write their own native code directly to their own hardware. There's also no garbage collection to account for, no third-party skins to prop up, and no interpreters running between the apps and the metal. It lets Apple get away with 1GB of RAM in the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. But it also makes me wonder — what could they do with 2GB?

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1 week ago

Magzter unveils all-you-can-read magazine subscription service

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Magzter unveils all-you-can-read magazine subscription service

If you're tired of shelling out a ton of money each month on your favorite magazines, Magzter may have the solution for you. The company just launched its "Magzter Gold" subscription service, which offers up a Netflix-esque all-you-can-read approach to digital magazines via its iOS app. Similarly, the company also unveiled a lite version of Magzter Gold that allows you to peruse your choice of 5 titles for a slightly cheaper $5 per month.

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1 week ago

Evernote for Mac helps you organize your digital life

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Evernote for Mac helps you organize your digital life

Evernote has long been a popular way for people to take notes and archive important information. If you've never used it, here's an introduction to the Mac version of the software, and some tips on why you might be interested. By the way, Evernote is free to start with, so you can get try it out without paying a dime.

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1 week ago

How to set up your new Mac

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How to set up your new Mac

You've bought a Mac for the first time. Now comes the fun part: Getting it out of the box and setting it up. Apple's setup process for first-time Macintosh buyers is pretty straightforward, but there are still a few confusing points. So let's walk through it together.

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1 week ago

C Spire expands its rolling data offer to its 10, 15 and 30GB sharable plans

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C Spire expands its rolling data offer to its 10, 15 and 30GB sharable plans

Wireless provider C Spire, which serves about 1 million customers in the southeastern US, is now offering rolling data for its 10GB, 15GB and 30GB shared data plans for free. Customers on the company's other plans can switch over to one of the three rolling share data plans at no additional cost.

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1 week ago

Avoid blurry selfies and shaky photos with a Bluetooth remote shutter

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Avoid blurry selfies and shaky photos with a Bluetooth remote shutter

I'm not a fan of selfie sticks for a variety of reasons — chief among them that people tend to leave them on while doing other device-related tasks, like talking on the phone. But I admit that I like the idea of using them to frame a good shot.

Even without a stick or tripod, however, I can use something like Casetify's $35 Bluetooth Remote Shutter to snap my picture from afar.

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1 week ago

Apple ends agreements with Crimean developers following U.S. and European sanctions

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Apple ends agreements with Crimean developers following U.S. and European sanctions

Apple has apparently terminated their agreements with developers in Crimea, following sanctions against the region made by the United States government and European Commission. The sanctions prevent Apple from doing business in the region, and developers there will no longer be able to publish apps to the App Store. Apple's letter says that Crimean developers must immediately stop using Apple development software, and destroy any materials related to development

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