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Apple reseller reportedly outs new processor options for MacBooks

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Apple reseller reportedly outs new processor options for MacBooks

Apple's upcoming MacBook will apparently have more detailed configuration options than Apple originally announced.

When originally announcing the device last month, Apple only detailed two configurations for the new, super-thin MacBook: a model with a 1.1GHz processor and a 256GB solid state drive, and one with a 1.2GHz processor and a 512GB SSD.

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Grovemade introduces a wooden laptop stand to bring order to your desk

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Grovemade introduces a wooden laptop stand to bring order to your desk

Grovemade, a company that specializes in wooden accessories for laptops and mobile devices, has introduced a wooden stand for laptops.

The stand sits your MacBook Pro or MacBook Air at an angle, raising it up for better viewing.

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LaCie's new 1TB rugged Thunderbolt SSD can take a lot of abuse for $949.99

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LaCie's new 1TB rugged Thunderbolt SSD can take a lot of abuse for $949.99

LaCie has launched a 1TB version of its rugged Thunderbolt external SSD for $949.99, allowing Mac users to keep their files safe even under adverse conditions.

The new version has double the storage space of the next largest Thunderbolt SSD drive from LaCie.

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EA to launch new Minions mobile games starting this summer with Minions Paradise

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EA to launch new Minions mobile games starting this summer with Minions Paradise

Electronic Arts has signed a multi-title agreement with the movie animation studio Illumination Entertainment that will result in new mobile games based on their popular Minions characters.

The agreement will begin this summer with the launch of Minions Paradise. EA says it will work with team members at Illumination directly on the creation of these new mobile games.

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HBO Now launches on Apple TV; app for iPhone and iPad rolling out now

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HBO Now launches on Apple TV; app for iPhone and iPad rolling out now

HBO Now, the standalone streaming service from HBO, as officially launched on the Apple TV.

Announced last month, HBO Now gives customers access to HBO content without requiring a cable subscription.

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iFlash converts iPod Classic hard drive to flash instead

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iFlash converts iPod Classic hard drive to flash instead

If you're a Do It Yourselfer with an iPod Classic, Other World Computing offers a flash card conversion kit.

Apple may have discontinued the venerable iPod Classic, but it still has its fans, for its click wheel design and capacious storage. Now you can keep yours going and bring it into the flash storage age, too.

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CleanMyMac 3 will clean your iTunes clutter, mail attachments, and more

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CleanMyMac 3 will clean your iTunes clutter, mail attachments, and more

MacPaw has released a completely new version of their CleanMyMac tool. CleanMyMac 3 comes with a new look and several new features.

CleanMyMac offers several options to clean old files off of your hard drive to free up space. Version 3 comes with more tools, and will now offer to clean both mail attachments, as well as iTunes items.

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How to disable quick reply messaging on the Lock screen of your iPhone or iPad

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How to disable quick reply messaging on the Lock screen of your iPhone or iPad

Quick reply messaging from your Lock screen may be convenient, but it isn't secure.

With interactive notifications you can swipe left across any iMessage on the Lock screen and quickly send off a reply, no passcode, password, or Touch ID required. That's great if you're always in a rush and just need to answer everything and anything as fast as possible. It's not so great if you often leave your iPhone or iPad unattended, where other people can potentially reply to your messages either as a prank or maliciously. Interactive notifications are enabled by default, but if you'd rather have security than convenience, you can easily turn them off.

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In-store Apple Watch pickups could be limited to one per customer

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In-store Apple Watch pickups could be limited to one per customer

In-store pickups for the Apple Watch will reportedly be limited to one device per customer.

Apple Watch stock is said to be limited, hence the one-device limit for in-store pickup.

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Zen Pinball adding Avengers: Age of Ultron table the week of April 21

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Zen Pinball adding Avengers: Age of Ultron table the week of April 21

Developer Zen Studios will add a new table to its Zen Pinball game for its iOS and Mac platforms based on the upcoming Marvel Studios super-hero film Avengers: Age of Ultron.

The table will be available to purchase sometime during the week of April 21. Pricing has yet to be revealed.

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Flir FX takes aim at both home surveillance and action cameras

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Flir FX takes aim at both home surveillance and action cameras

Flir's been working in the world of infrared imaging for years, but now they're delving into a new market: home security and action cams with the Flir FX.

Flir is taking on both Dropcam and GoPro with the Flir FX. This little camera is a roughly 2x2x1-inch block with a circular lens sitting front and center. There's an available home base that it can mount onto for home security purposes, as well as options for exterior mounts, car mounts, and even a waterproof sport case that you can strap onto your helmet, bike, or what-have-you (ala GoPro). With Wi-Fi, remote monitoring, and a nifty "RapidRecap" feature that compresses hours of activity into minutes, Flir's system is going toe-to-toe with Google-owned Dropcam.

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Apple Pay has picked up support for 39 more US banks and credit unions

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Apple Pay has picked up support for 39 more US banks and credit unions

The number of banks and credit unions that support Apple Pay in the U.S. has increased again, with 39 more institutions added to Apple's official list.

The new additions mean that over 180 banks now support Apple Pay.

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If you want an Apple Watch or new MacBook, Apple wants you to order it online

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If you want an Apple Watch or new MacBook, Apple wants you to order it online

Angela Ahrendts, Apple's SVP of Retail and Online Stores, is telling store employees to encourage customers to order an Apple Watch online, rather than through Apple's retail outlets.

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Five Years of the iPad

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Five Years of the iPad

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: Five Years of the iPad

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Our favorite clear cases for iPhone 6 Plus

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Our favorite clear cases for iPhone 6 Plus

Have an iPhone 6 Plus you want to protect but not cover up? There's a great clear case for that!

While some people like bright and bold colors, some people prefer the original look of the iPhone, as Apple intended it. However, carrying a naked iPhone around makes a lot of people nervous for obvious reasons. So if you're someone that prefers the naked look but still would like some kind of protection, these are currently our favorite transparent cases for the iPhone 6 Plus !

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