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Comic: The secret history of rejected Apple wearables

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Comic: The secret history of rejected Apple wearables

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The Secret History of Rejected Apple Wearables

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Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, or Apple Watch Edition: Which collection should you get?

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Apple Watch, Apple Watch Sport, or Apple Watch Edition: Which collection should you get?

Apple has divided the Apple Watch into three collections, each featuring a distinct material — stainless steel, aluminum, and gold.

Those three collections come at three very different price points. That might make it seem easy to choose between the less expensive Apple Watch Sport, the premium Apple Watch, and the high-end Apple Watch Edition, but there are a few other factors to consider — including weight, durability, color options, and collectability. Here's everything you need to know to pick the perfect Apple Watch collection for you.

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Nintendo is finally making games for the iPhone and iPad

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Nintendo is finally making games for the iPhone and iPad

Nintendo has announced that it will team up with Japanese mobile game publisher DeNA in making a series of games for the iPhone and iPad featuring Nintendo characters.

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U.S. jury clears Apple of alleged patent infringement charges in $100 million lawsuit

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U.S. jury clears Apple of alleged patent infringement charges in $100 million lawsuit

Apple was cleared of all charges in a $100 million lawsuit from a Canadian firm that alleged that the manufacturer used five of its wireless technology patents without permission.

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Adobe gets its docs ducks in a row with Document Cloud

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Adobe gets its docs ducks in a row with Document Cloud

Acrobat DC apps for Android and iOS (and with easy syncing for Windows access)

Adobe may have invented the portable document format — that'd the venerable PDF, boys and girls — but for whatever reason its "Acrobat" suite never really had much to do with consumers, and even for biz types it often was easier just to print, sign, scan and send. That ends today with the announcement of Document Cloud, which brings forth Google Drive-like syncing capabilities and the mobile document power we've seen from Samsung.

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Apple among tech companies reported to purchase communications satellites from Boeing

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Apple among tech companies reported to purchase communications satellites from Boeing

Boeing is reportedly in talks with major tech companies such as Apple and Google in providing "high-throughput communications satellites."

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Apple reportedly readying 25 channel TV service

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Apple reportedly readying 25 channel TV service

Apple is reportedly in talks with content producers to launch a 25-channel TV service by September.

The service will reportedly be similar Dish Network's recently-launched Sling TV, and will run on Apple devices such as the Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad.

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USB-C and BadUSB attacks: What you need to know

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USB-C and BadUSB attacks: What you need to know

Apple announced the new MacBook with USB-C connector last Monday and already headlines are appearing linking it to known security issues, like BadUSB.

BadUSB is an attack that uses the way computers interface with the universal serial bus (USB) standard to try and load malware onto the machine. It's a longstanding issue with USB in general, and nothing specific to Apple or the MacBook's implementation of USB-C. Throwing Apple and a hot new product under the headline bus is a great way to get attention, but what's really going on?

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Apple's new program encourages employees to volunteer in their communities

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Apple's new program encourages employees to volunteer in their communities

Apple has started a new volunteer program to encourage employees to give back to their communities.

The Apple Global Volunteer Program is meant to help employees organize and spread the word about volunteer events. The program will also extend Apple's charitable matching initiative, and employees will be able to volunteer their time for matching gifts from Apple.

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Why I'm optimistic about gender equality in tech

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Why I'm optimistic about gender equality in tech

"But most women aren't really interested in programming."

When someone says that, I can relate. That's exactly how I felt about girls playing sports when I was 15. Title IX, the landmark 1972 U.S. civil rights law that mandated equal funding for both genders in educational programs — including athletics — was a hot topic during my high school years.

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How to set up two-step authentication for Google and Gmail on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

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How to set up two-step authentication for Google and Gmail on your iPhone, iPad, and Mac

Don't lose your Google info or Gmail archives to a password hack. Set up two-step authentication to protect your most important assets.

When it comes to data you want secured, your email accounts are probably close to the top of the list. Though email is technically an unencrypted medium, the average hacker might not go to too much trouble to grab a single message — but they'd love a peek at your history full of password resets, not to mention getting potential access to your bank accounts or other private information.

Strong passwords can help, but to be as secure as possible, you want to enable two-step authentication.

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Apple said to be expanding trade-in program to include non-Apple smartphones

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Apple said to be expanding trade-in program to include non-Apple smartphones

Apple is reportedly preparing a trade-in offer to encourage people to switch to an iPhone. The new offer is said to be an extension of their current trade-in and recycling program.

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iMore show 448: Apple Spring forward event wrap up!

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iMore show 448: Apple Spring forward event wrap up!

The iMore show brings you everything you need to know about the week in iPhone, iPad, Mac, and Apple! On this episode — Apple's Spring forward event Apple's Spring forward event is over but the analysis has just begun! Serenity and Rene talk MacBook and Apple Watch FUD, Force Touch and the future, how important ResearchKit might me, women on stage, and whether our Watch picks have changed!

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How to see unconfirmed calendar events in Calendar for iPhone and iPad

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How to see unconfirmed calendar events in Calendar for iPhone and iPad

By default, the Calendar app on your iPhone or iPad won't show events you haven't confirmed on your calendar view. If you don't like this behavior and would like to see all events — declined or not — in all calendar views on your iPhone or iPad, all you've got to do is change a setting. Here's how!

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Apple releases new public, developer beta of OS X 10.10.3

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Apple releases new public, developer beta of OS X 10.10.3

Apple has released a new build of OS X Yosemite 10.10.3. The build is available both for developers, as well as for those enrolled in the AppleSeed beta program.

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