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How to send large email attachments from your iPhone or iPad with Dropbox

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How to send large email attachments from your iPhone or iPad with Dropbox

The iPhone and iPad make great email companions, thanks to the built-in Mail app. Unfortunately, large attachments can eat lots of data, or worse, not send at all. Luckily services like Dropbox are making it easier than ever to share files via email, no matter how big they are. Once you've got the file in Dropbox, you can send it via the Mail app in just a few taps!

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Media picks of the week: Doctor Who, Dr. John, Captain America and more!

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Media picks of the week: Doctor Who, Dr. John, Captain America and more!

Every week Apple adds tons of new media content on iTunes — music, books, movies and more. It's impossible to keep up with all of it, but it's not impossible to pick out the very best. Here they are! This week we've got the latest season (or series, if you're British) of Doctor Who, a new tribute to the great Louis Armstrong from Dr. John, the second Captain America movie and much more!

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Best sim games for iPad

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Best sim games for iPad

We've dug up the very best, top ten simulation games on iPad, including god sims, business sims, physics sims, sandbox games, and everything in between.

Games don't always have to be about blowing something up or relying on twitch reflexes. Puzzles do a good job of offering something on that front (and we've got a bunch of favorite puzzle games for iPad), but for those looking for something a bit more substantial, you'll find plenty of simulation games available on iPad. These are all about framing and recreating relatable, real-life situations in interesting ways.

Whatever kind of gamer you are, if you're itching for new sim games on your iPad, check these out.

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1 week ago

Deal of the Day: Body Glove DropSuit Rugged Case for iPhone 5C

Deal of the Day: Body Glove DropSuit Rugged Case for iPhone 5C

Today Only: Buy the Body Glove DropSuit Rugged Case for iPhone 5C and save 44%

This iPhone 5C case is tough. Not just in a protection standpoint, either. We're talking looks, too. It has reinforced corners with a custom shock dissipation system that absorbs nasty impacts. It's easy to grip and leaves access to all your device's features!

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1 week ago

Spotlight in iOS 8: Explained

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Spotlight in iOS 8: Explained

Spotlight is the name of Apple's system-wide search feature on both the Mac and iOS. With iOS 8, Spotlight is getting some new smarts, including location and context awareness, so it can help you find not only what you're looking for on your iPhone or iPad, but on the web as well. But how does the new Spotlight work?

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Coin apologizes to backers, will run a free nationwide beta

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Coin apologizes to backers, will run a free nationwide beta

Coin has now changed course and is hoping to earn back trust from customers by offering a free nationwide beta. Yesterday we learned that Coin — the sort of physical digital that aims to replace all the other cards in your wallet — would be shipping soon in limited (and beta) form to those who backed the project. Turns out backers weren't too pleased with Coin's decision and a huge backlash of complaints followed the announcement.

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1 week ago

History of iPhone 3G: Twice as fast, half the price

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History of iPhone 3G: Twice as fast, half the price

Leading up to the iPhone 6 event we're updating and expanding our series on the history of the iPhone, continuing with the faster, less expensive iPhone 3G

At WWDC 2008 on June 9, after finalizing the details of the upcoming App Store, and summing up the original iPhone's achievements, the late Steve Jobs dove into the next challenges Apple had to face, the next mountain they had to climb. On the surface, they were obvious even before Jobs bulleted them on stage — 3G, Enterprise, third-party apps, more countries, and more affordable. The software changes came as part of iPhone OS 2.0. The hardware, iPhone 3G.

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Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week: Swing Copters, Photo Sphere and more!

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Best iPhone and iPad apps of the week: Swing Copters, Photo Sphere and more!

Once again we've gathered together the best iPhone apps and best iPad apps and games released this week! We'll regularly dig up the best, freshest social, music, photography and productivity apps for iOS, not to mention action games, shooter games, puzzle games, and anything in between. Come on and dig in to see our favorite App Store releases over the last seven days!

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1 week ago

ZEN & TECH 71: Helping with depression

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ZEN & TECH 71: Helping with depression

ZEN & TECH is Mobile Nations' lifestyle podcast where we work on centering our inner geeks and using technology to help reduce stress and live better connected lives. In today's episode, Georgia and Rene talk about depression, what it is, how to know if you or someone you care about might be suffering from it, and how get or provide help.

Support our sponsors: Go to GoDaddy.com and enter promo code ZEN30 to save 30% on your order. Go Go to naturebox.com/ZEN for 50% off your first month.

Note: ZEN & TECH is merging with Vector. Here are your new RSS and iTunes feeds to subscribe to!

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How to connect to hearing aids for auditory accessibility on your iPhone or iPad

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How to connect to hearing aids for auditory accessibility on your iPhone or iPad

Hearing aid support is an Accessibility feature that allows the iPhone and iPad to connect with and manage compatible hearing aids. You can connect to most Bluetooth enabled hearing aids as well as special Made of iPhone (and iPad) hearing aids that use a special version of Bluetooth to provide greater power-efficiency and higher quality digital audio. Made for iPhone (and iPad) hearing aids can also be placed into "live listen" mode where anyone with a hearing impairment can use the iPhone's mic helps pick up conversation and sound. Apple maintains a list of iOS devices and their hearing aid compatibility (HAC) ratings:

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