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2 weeks ago

How to turn off Continuity's call relay and stop your iPad and Mac from ringing

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How to turn off Continuity's call relay and stop your iPad and Mac from ringing

Continuity's call relay lets you answer a phone call from your iPhone on your iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. It's great for when an important call comes in and your iPhone is out of reach. It's not so great when you have 3 or 4 iPads, iPods, and Macs around you when a call comes in and they all start to ring — and ring, and ring — all at once. Luckily, if you don't want an iPad or Mac to ring, you can easily turn call relay off. You just need to know where to look...

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2 weeks ago

Sega's Chain Chronicle gets a worldwide release next month

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Sega's Chain Chronicle gets a worldwide release next month

Sega will soon release Chain Chronicle, a new mobile strategy game, around the world. Chain Chronicle combines line defense strategy with RPG mechanics, placing you in the role of an army captain charged with the defense of your country.

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2 weeks ago

Having Wi-Fi problems on OS X Yosemite? Here's a possible fix!

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Having Wi-Fi problems on OS X Yosemite? Here's a possible fix!

No sooner was OS X Yosemite released in October before Mac users started to complain of Wi-Fi problems with the new release. OS X 10.10.1 is currently in development and testing, but until then, what are you to do with Wi-Fi that isn't working right? Here's one possible fix until Apple works out the problems.

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2 weeks ago

How to upload images to iCloud Photo Library via the web

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How to upload images to iCloud Photo Library via the web

Apple's iCloud Photo Library service is currently in beta, and for good reason—it currently only allows you to sync images you've taken on your iOS devices, with a Mac app promised in early 2015.

If you still want to get some of your Mac's iPhoto images into iCloud Photo Library before the Mac client's official release, however, there's a pretty easy new way: Last week, Apple started offering an Upload button on the beta version of iCloud.com.

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2 weeks ago

Beats introduces Solo2 Wireless headphones

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Beats introduces Solo2 Wireless headphones

Beats is introducing a new pair of headphones today, a wireless version of their popular Solo2 product which launched this summer. The Solo2 Wireless will cost $299.95 when they go on sale later this month, $100 more than the wired version. They will come in red, black, white, and blue. The Solo2 Wireless will connect to your device via Bluetooth, and Beats says the headset will have a battery life of up to 12 hours.

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2 weeks ago

These iPhone 6 Plus anti-glare screen protectors are on sale today for just $4.95!

These iPhone 6 Plus anti-glare screen protectors are on sale today for just $4.95!

Including two per package, these custom iPhone 6 Plus screen protectors are simple to apply and leave absolutely no sticky residue when removed. They're made of a tough, self-adhesive polymer that stand up to common enemies such as keys, dirt and other debris. Get yours today and save 50%

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2 weeks ago

Sprint could be in talks to buy FreedomPop

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Sprint could be in talks to buy FreedomPop

A new report claims that Sprint is among the many companies that might be thinking about acquiring FreedomPop, the wireless carrier that offers a number of voice minutes and data for free each month to US customers.

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2 weeks ago

Connectedly: Ultimate guide to buying the best fitness tracker

Connectedly: Ultimate guide to buying the best fitness tracker

Fitness bands are part of a rapidly growing category at the moment. We've been seeing bands from the likes of FitBit and Jawbone, both of whom have released several models over the years. We've also been seeing new bands from established names in the fitness space such as Garmin, Polar, and NordicTrack.

Just with that there are already plenty of models to consider before making a purchase. And not to add any more confusion to the process, but we are also seeing some category crossover with smartwatches, running oriented fitness watches, and some standalone mobile apps. Basically, all of that is to say the fitness band category may seem a bit messy or overwhelming at the moment. We've even discovered some (previously unknown to us) models while compiling this buyers guide. And if we've missed some, it seems safe to believe others may have as well.

So just what are your options for the best fitness tracker? Read on and let's find out!

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2 weeks ago

FreedomPop to compete with carriers by offering free international calls

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FreedomPop to compete with carriers by offering free international calls

FreedomPop will be competing with both wireless carriers and VoIP services such as Microsoft's Skype with a new plan that will allow any iPhone and Android smartphone owner to get 100 free minutes per month to 52 countries, with plans to expand that reach to 170 countries in the coming weeks.

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2 weeks ago

Verizon offers deals on digital content with Connection Day

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Verizon offers deals on digital content with Connection Day

In an attempt to get you to sign up for their service, Verizon has introduced Connection Day, a day of digital giveaways for people visiting Verizon stores. Taking place on November 26, the day before Thanksgiving, Connection Day will see Verizon give away music, apps, movies, and more from participating companies like Amazon, Apple, and Pandora.

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2 weeks ago

Monument Valley's first new levels arrive with latest update

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Monument Valley's first new levels arrive with latest update

As announced last week, puzzle game Monument Valley has received its first set of new levels with the expansion Forgotten Shores. The eight new levels, referred to in-game as Appendices, can be added to the game with an in-app purchase of $1.99.

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2 weeks ago

New AT&T ad shows how you can get the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for $0 down

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New AT&T ad shows how you can get the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus for $0 down

AT&T has released an advert to entice customers into grabbing the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on monthly plans with no down payment required. This means you'll be able to walk away with the new iPhone and not have to part with a down payment, but it does lock you into a 30-month contract with AT&T, starting from $21.67 a month for the iPhone 6 and $25 for the iPhone 6 Plus.

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2 weeks ago

With the iPad Air 2, Apple starts customizing the GPU as well

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With the iPad Air 2, Apple starts customizing the GPU as well

The 64-bit SoC powering the iPad Air 2, the A8X, was found to be using a custom GPU that is designed to offer better performance per Watt. Being an ARM IP licensee, Apple uses a custom design for its CPUs, while offering a standard Imagination Technologies GPU. With the A8X, however, it looks like Apple is undertaking GPU customization as well.

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2 weeks ago

UK mobile operator GiffGaff is now offering 4G LTE on monthly plans starting from £12

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UK mobile operator GiffGaff is now offering 4G LTE on monthly plans starting from £12

UK mobile operator GiffGaff has unveiled new plans to take advantage of faster 4G LTE speeds. Utilizing the O2 network, the virtual mobile operator is offering 4G on plans that start from £12 a month (for 1GB of data). There's no option for unlimited use, however, limiting power users to 5GB of 4G data for £18 a month.

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2 weeks ago

Apple rumored to be looking into new downtown Los Angeles flagship store

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Apple rumored to be looking into new downtown Los Angeles flagship store

Apple is rumored to be moving to the Broadway Trade Center in downtown Los Angeles. According to the report over on Downtown Examiner, the company will utilize the 1.1 million square feet for residential, offices (for both Apple and Beats) and a new flagship store.

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