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Comic: WWDC, the epicenter of the galaxy

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Comic: WWDC, the epicenter of the galaxy

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 Epicenter of the Galaxy

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Hearthstone: Ten tips, hints, and tricks to building a killer deck

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Hearthstone: Ten tips, hints, and tricks to building a killer deck

Hearthstone is now available for iPad and iPhone. Here are some starter tips for building a great deck!

Blizzard's Hearthstone has quietly — or perhaps not so quietly — taken the gaming world by storm. The free-to-play title combines everything great about skill-based card games with gameplay as addicting as the company's MMOs, and it's been a blast to get acquainted with.

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These are the WWDC 2015 wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac that you've been looking for!

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These are the WWDC 2015 wallpapers for iPhone, iPad, and Mac that you've been looking for!

WWDC 2015 is being billed as "the epicenter of change", and there's a lot — or nothing — that we can read from the shapes and colors of the invite.

And as we are wont to do, we went ahead and made a wallpaper based on the design of the invite.

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Microsoft's new Office Delve app for iPhone lets users view their shared documents

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Microsoft's new Office Delve app for iPhone lets users view their shared documents

Microsoft's latest iPhone app is Office Delve, which lets business users of Office 365 to look quickly through shared documents via a card-based user interface.

Microsoft seems to be making a bigger effort to support iPhones in general and Office apps in particular. That includes adding support to store Office files on the iPhone in Dropbox accounts.

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Apple reportedly acquires camera tech company LinX

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Apple reportedly acquires camera tech company LinX

Apple has reportedly acquired LinX, a camera technology company based in Israel that focuses on multi-aperture camera sensors.

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OWC's new thumb drive comes with up to 480GB, but it will cost you

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OWC's new thumb drive comes with up to 480GB, but it will cost you

OWC has announced the Envoy Pro mini, a USB thumb drive with the storage capacity of a desktop hard drive.

The Envoy Pro mini is a USB 3.0 thumb drive that comes in two capacities, and supports sustained data transfer speeds of up to 433MB/s. For $119, you'll get 120GB of storage, while $199 will net you 240GB. OWC will release another model later this year with 480GB of storage for $599.

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft finally makes its way to iPhone

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Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft finally makes its way to iPhone

Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft, the free-to-play turn-based card game from Blizzard Entertainment, is now available for iPhone.

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Workflow for Apple Watch automates tasks even faster

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Workflow for Apple Watch automates tasks even faster

Workflow allows you to automate all kinds of tasks right on your iPhone, and soon, right on your wrist with Apple Watch.

If you've ever found yourself wishing some of the most repeated tasks on your iPhone could be done easier and with less steps, Workflow is for you. If you frequently email the same group of people, Workflow can make child's play of it. Travel a lot and frequently need to find coffee shops to work from? Workflow can automate that too. The possibilities of what you can automate with Workflow are nearly endless. Now a lot of that incredible automation power is coming to your wrist with Workflow for Apple Watch.

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American Express and Jawbone may team up for wearable payment service

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American Express and Jawbone may team up for wearable payment service

A new report says that American Express will announce a partnership sometime later this week that will allow those credit card owners to pay for items by using a future product from Jawbone.

The report from The Wall Street Journal, citing unnamed sources, says that this payment setup for the future Jawbone wearable device will work with retailers that have NFC-based check-out terminals in place

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Paper by FiftyThree will now save your journals in the cloud

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Paper by FiftyThree will now save your journals in the cloud

FiftyThree's Paper app has been updated to version 2.4.1 with support for cloud backups of journals, and a new place to see all of your activity in the app's Mix service.

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Medical app developers can now include ResearchKit in their apps

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Medical app developers can now include ResearchKit in their apps

Apple has announced that ResearchKit is now widely available for medical researchers and developers to use in their apps.

ResearchKit was first introduced at Apple's "Spring Forward" event in March with the aim of fixing problems with medical research such as small sample sizes and inaccurately-reported data. Users can sign up to participate in studies right on their iPhones, sending relevant data to medical research institutions as they wish.

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Over 4 million Mac gamers - but who's playing "real" games?

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Over 4 million Mac gamers - but who's playing "real" games?

Steam reports they have over 4 million Mac-using customers. But how many are playing games that aren't mobile shovelware?

Macs still make up a tiny percentage of Steam's customers —less than 3.5 percent, in fact — but it's heartening to talk about Mac gamers in the millions. Still, numbers don't tell the whole story.

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MacBook (2015) Review

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MacBook (2015) Review

For any MacBook owner who has ever looked jealously at an iPad, Apple has made your dreams a reality.

When The Terminator first arrives in our time, he's naked. The lesson to be drawn from that is this — you can have the future right here, right now, You just can't have anything extraneous along with it. So too, the new MacBook.

Every few years Apple likes to redefine what it means to be a laptop. The company has done it with plastics and metals, and even with envelopes. Drives have come and gone and so have ports. With this latest MacBook, the first to bear just that simple name since 2011, even the constants of screen, keyboard, and trackpad have changed. They've gone Retina, butterfly, and Force Touch respectively. They, each of them, have once again become the state of the art. It's whether or not those changes ultimately benefit the customer that remains in question, or more accurately — what kind of customer do they benefit?

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1Password's latest update brings support for Apple Watch

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1Password's latest update brings support for Apple Watch

1Password for iPhone and iPad has hit version 5.4 with Apple Watch support, letting you access your secure information from your wrist.

On the Apple Watch, 1Password will show you the codes, credit cards, and more that are most important to you, and you'll be able to select specific items that will appear in the watch app.

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How to see how much data a FaceTime call used on iPhone and iPad

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How to see how much data a FaceTime call used on iPhone and iPad

Placing FaceTime calls over cellular, especially video, can eat through data quickly if you aren't monitoring them.

Since unlimited cellular data plans are pretty much a thing of the past, most of us keep a watchful eye on our data usage. When it comes to FaceTime, Apple gives you several different ways to check and see how much data FaceTime is using over your cellular network. You just have to know where to look!

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