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2 weeks ago

Enough with Thunderbolt and USB 3.0: I'm ready for USB-C!

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Enough with Thunderbolt and USB 3.0: I'm ready for USB-C!

Think USB-C on the new MacBook is a mistake? Get over it. We're going to be seeing a lot more.

The Internet outrage machine has produced much sturm und drang over Apple's the new MacBook and its use of a USB-C connector instead of USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt, as is available on other Mac laptops. I have to say, though: I'm ready for a new peripheral interface.

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Office apps for iPhone and iPad can now open, edit, and store files on iCloud

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Office apps for iPhone and iPad can now open, edit, and store files on iCloud

Microsoft has updated the Office apps for iPhone and iPad. The new versions of the Word, PowerPoint and Excel apps all now support iCloud to quickly store, open, and edit documents inside Apple's cloud storage service

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2 weeks ago

Paper by FiftyThree rethinks brainstorming with new Think Kit tools

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Paper by FiftyThree rethinks brainstorming with new Think Kit tools

Paper by FiftyThree has added Think Kit, a new set of free tools for quickly and easily creating charts, diagrams, and more.

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iPhone 6s predictions include Force Touch, gesture control, 12 MP camera

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iPhone 6s predictions include Force Touch, gesture control, 12 MP camera

The next generation iPhone will include Apple's new features and some optical improvements

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2 weeks ago

Best waterproof cases for iPhone 6

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Best waterproof cases for iPhone 6

When it comes to waterproof cases for your iPhone 6, it's important to pick a case you can trust.

With the summer almost upon us, many of us will be toting our iPhones to the pool or the beach. Aside from keeping sand, water, dust, and other harmful materials out of your iPhone 6 in everyday situations, a good waterproof case also lets you take your iPhone places you normally wouldn't be able to. Whether you're catching waves or flying down the slopes, these are currently the waterproof cases we recommend considering before any others!

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2 weeks ago

Duet Display now extends Windows to your iPad

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Duet Display now extends Windows to your iPad

The folks behind Duet Display have released a Windows client, which allows you to extend your PC to any iOS device.

Plugging in a second monitor to extend your computer's display is about as far from a new concept as you can get, but taking an existing piece of technology and using it as a second monitor is something of a challenge. Duet Display was one of the first reliable apps to turn your iOS device into a 60fps second monitor with touch input; now, the app has added support for extending Windows desktops.

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2 weeks ago

Comic: Apple Watch Launch — Day 5,257

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Comic: Apple Watch Launch — Day 5,257

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: Apple Watch Launch : Day 5,257

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2 weeks ago

Verizon to acquire AOL for $4.4 billion

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Verizon to acquire AOL for $4.4 billion

Verizon has announced that it will acquire AOL for $4.4 billion, with the deal expected to bolster the carrier's advertising efforts in the mobile video segment.

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2 weeks ago

Tim Cook 'very bullish' on bringing Apple Pay to China, talks with Alibaba and UnionPay underway

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Tim Cook 'very bullish' on bringing Apple Pay to China, talks with Alibaba and UnionPay underway

Tim Cook, who is currently in China to promote Apple's environmental initiatives in the country, shared details on plans to launch Apple Pay in the region.

Apple is currently negotiating with banks like UnionPay in the country as well as Alibaba, the largest e-commerce portal in China.

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2 weeks ago

Apple Watch fares well in torrent of waterproofing tests

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Apple Watch fares well in torrent of waterproofing tests

Over the weekend, the Apple Watch was subjected to some waterproofing tests by blogger Ray Maker, and it came out surprisingly well.

Over on his DC Rainmaker blog, Ray Maker documents his process of subjecting the Apple Watch to a number of tests designed to guage the wearable's water resistance. So how did Apple's wrist-worn gadget fare? Pretty well.

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2 weeks ago

NYT Now axes subscription fee in latest update

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NYT Now axes subscription fee in latest update

The New York Times has updated its curated iOS app, NYT Now, today, making it completely free and bringing some design tweaks along for the ride.

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2 weeks ago

Take the Vision Mobile Developer Economics Survey and win an Apple Watch!

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Take the Vision Mobile Developer Economics Survey and win an Apple Watch!

It's that time of year again, and our friends at Vision Mobile want to hear from mobile, IoT, desktop and cloud developers in the 9th edition of their Developer Economics Survey.

How will IoT play out in your ecosystem? Is HTML vs. Native still relevant? Are you using AWS, Azure or Google Cloud? Which are the hottest IoT verticals? These are some of the questions that our friends at VisionMobile address through their Developer Economics research, so take their quick survey and make your voice heard.

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2 weeks ago

How to un-pair and reset your Apple Watch

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How to un-pair and reset your Apple Watch

If you get a new Apple Watch or iPhone, you'll need to un-pair your old one.

Apple has set it up so that only one Apple Watch can be paired with only one iPhone, and vice versa, at any one time. So, any time you need to pair a different Apple Watch or a different iPhone, you need to un-pair the original first. Luckily, the Apple Watch app makes it easy and relatively painless to do. If you don't have your iPhone handy, you reset your Apple Watch directly, which also un-pairs it. Here's how!

Note: Un-pairing using the Apple Watch app creates a backup that's stored on your iPhone. Un-pairing by resetting your Apple Watch directly does not create a backup. If you need or want a backup, make sure you un-pair using the Apple Watch app on your iPhone.

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2 weeks ago

Apple releases new OS X 10.10.4 beta to developers and testers

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Apple releases new OS X 10.10.4 beta to developers and testers

Apple has released a new beta build of OS X 10.10.4 to developers and AppleSeed testers. This is the second beta for AppleSeed, and the third for developers.

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2 weeks ago

Apple releases new beta of iOS 8.4 to developers and AppleSeed testers

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Apple releases new beta of iOS 8.4 to developers and AppleSeed testers

Apple has released a new beta of iOS 8.4. This is the third beta version for developers, and the second for AppleSeed testers.

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