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2 weeks ago

Inbox by Gmail is now available for your iPad

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Inbox by Gmail is now available for your iPad

Google has released its Inbox app for iPad. The invite-only email client for tablets is already available for Android, promising to provide a new way for consumers to interact with incoming mail. It's not for everyone, but should you be on the hunt for a new client on iOS, the new Google Inbox may be worth checking out.

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Apple Watch graces the cover of Self Magazine's March issue

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Apple Watch graces the cover of Self Magazine's March issue

The Apple Watch is set to grace the cover of Self Magazine this March, shown off on the wrist of Victoria's Secret model Candice Swanepoel. The Apple Watch fitness app and white sports band are front-and-center, which should come as no surprise given the focus of the magazine.

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2 weeks ago

Lawsuit claims Apple poached engineers from battery manufacturer A123 Systems

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Lawsuit claims Apple poached engineers from battery manufacturer A123 Systems

Apple is currently facing yet another lawsuit involving accusations of employee poaching. A recent filing from A123 Systems, a battery manufacturer, claims that Apple poached several engineers from the company for its new battery division, violating agreements set forth in their employment contracts in the process.

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2 weeks ago

T-Mobile reorganizes executives, Mike Sievert named COO

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T-Mobile reorganizes executives, Mike Sievert named COO

T-Mobile has a new Chief Operating Officer. As part of a corporate reshuffling, CEO John Legere announced that Mike Sievert will be the Un-carrier's first COO. Sievert has until now served as the company's Chief Marketing Officer, and in his new role will be responsible for a number of consumer-facing initiatives, according to TmoNews:

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2 weeks ago

Could an Apple user-experience win the car fight?

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Could an Apple user-experience win the car fight?

Whether we're talking about existing products like Apple's infortainment intermediating CarPlay, or rumored products like a full on Apple Car, they'll be competing for attention and usage with other software companies like Google and Android Auto, and with manufacturers and their own in-car offerings. Apple's usual strategy is to fight on the experience level — to make a product that solves real problems and engenders real delight. Could that same strategy win inside the car, or inside the car industry?

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2 weeks ago

Snapchat finally adds the ability to record video while playing music

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Snapchat finally adds the ability to record video while playing music

Snapchat scored an update on iOS today that finally brings the ability to snap while playing muisic and other audio from your phone. This is sure to be a welcome change for many, as avid Snapchatters will no doubt be aware of the frustration that occurs when the app cuts all audio coming from your phone the second you press that record button.

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Pandora will soon let your favorite artists talk to you

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Pandora will soon let your favorite artists talk to you

Pandora will soon let musicians get in touch with their fans directly. Artist Audio Messaging will let artists send "personalized" audio messages to their fans through the Pandora app, and will roll out to users later this week. Only a small number of artists are participating in the program while it's in the pilot stage.

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2 weeks ago

Samsung acquires mobile payments company LoopPay to take on Apple Pay

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Samsung acquires mobile payments company LoopPay to take on Apple Pay

It looks like Apple is about to get some new competition in the mobile payments arena from Samsung. The company announced today that it will acquire LoopPay, an Apple Pay competitor that works with existing magnetic strip readers.

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2 weeks ago

Check out this nostalgia-inducing 'Back to the Future' DeLorean iPhone case

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Check out this nostalgia-inducing 'Back to the Future' DeLorean iPhone case

If 2015 is rustling up your Back to the Future nostalgia, you can now make your love for the film known to the world through none other than an iPhone case. Bandai recently unveiled a case for the iPhone 6 that is fashioned after the time-traveling DeLorean from the hit movie trilogy.

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2 weeks ago

Tally 2 offers quick and easy counting for iPhone and iPad

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Tally 2 offers quick and easy counting for iPhone and iPad

Agile Tortoise, the developer the Drafts text app, has relaunched the Tally counting app. Tally 2 comes to the table with full gesture support and even a widget for the Notification Center.

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2 weeks ago

Is Apple helping or hindering the 'forgotten century' of data?

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Is Apple helping or hindering the 'forgotten century' of data?

Vint Cerf is sometimes called one of the "fathers of the Internet" for his role in developing the TCP/IP protocol suite that's in use on every Internet-connected device. So when he warns of a forgotten century of data, it's worth paying attention to. What's more, we've seen some of these dangers already, as Mac users — dangers we must stay vigilant for.

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2 weeks ago

Motorola boss fights back against Jony Ive's Moto Maker criticism

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Motorola boss fights back against Jony Ive's Moto Maker criticism

Motorola President Rick Osterloh disagrees with Apple designer Jony Ive's criticism of the Moto Maker phone customization program. In a recent profile of Ive, the designer sharply criticized an unnamed competitor that allowed customers to "make it whatever you want," saying that that "I believe that's abdicating your responsibility as a designer." Osterloh wasn't about to take that sitting down.

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2 weeks ago

Ex-GM CEO fails to learn from history, warns Apple against making a car

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Ex-GM CEO fails to learn from history, warns Apple against making a car

As Apple Car rumors continue to make their way around the internet, former GM CEO Dan Akerson has taken it upon himself to warn Apple to stay away from automotive manufacturing and, instead, continue to focus on software infotainment efforts, namely, CarPlay.

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2 weeks ago

Apple's new West Lake store in China is simply stunning

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Apple's new West Lake store in China is simply stunning

Apple's retail stores have always been attractive places, but their newest store in at the West Lake shopping center in Hangzhou, China, is more than attractive: it's gorgeous. Nearly nine years after the opening of the iconic Fifth Avenue cube, the West Lake Store continues Apple's traditions of glass, steel,and light, but in a striking cantilevered design by Foster + Partners architects (the same firm behind the design of the enormous ring-shaped Apple Campus 2). The store is the largest Apple Store in China and opened late last month.

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2 weeks ago

Apple anticipation is wilder than Apple itself

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Apple anticipation is wilder than Apple itself

Over the last couple of weeks, rumors of an Apple Car project have gained a lot of attention. Reaction to the rumors has covered the gamut: We have "Apple will absolutely make a car" on one end, "Apple would never make a car" on the other, and lots of jokes in-between. Often these reactions come from people who at one time famously — or infamously — also said "Apple will absolutely make a television" or "Apple will never make a watch". Both miss the most urgent lesson history has been trying to teach us all — with Apple and future product categories, it's best not to speak in absolutes.

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