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2 days ago

Walgreens takes advantage of mobile payment debacle, says #ChoiceIsEverything

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Walgreens takes advantage of mobile payment debacle, says #ChoiceIsEverything

Sometimes it's nice to watch from the sidelines as your rivals are beaten up, and Walgreens is doing just that as CVS and Rite Aid take heat for dropping support for Apple Pay. On the company's twitter account tonight, Walgreens addressed iPhone owners by saying "Hey, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus users! The choice is yours: Use #ApplePay today at any of our stores!"

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2 days ago

Apple expands iAd to 70 new countries

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Apple expands iAd to 70 new countries

Apple announced today that its iAD platform is now available in 70 more countries. This brings the total number of countries covered up to 95, which equates to a pretty aggressive expansion for Apple's iAD platform.

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2 days ago

iOS 8 now installed on 52 percent of devices

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iOS 8 now installed on 52 percent of devices

iOS 8 is now installed on over 50 percent of iOS devices and claims a 52 percent market share. With the new stats reported by Apple, iOS 7 is now installed on 43 percent of devices and prior operating systems to iOS 7 claim 5 percent of the install base.

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2 days ago

Apple chases quality, not quantity, Greg Joswiak reveals

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Apple chases quality, not quantity, Greg Joswiak reveals

Apple product marketing exec Greg Joswiak says that Apple isn't chasing market share driven by low price points. With the products that Apple delivers, including the iPhone and the Mac, Apple will be after a better customer experience and delivering more value to the consumer. Joswiak says that he isn't concerned about Android beating Apple in terms of market share because there is always a healthy market for quality products.

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2 days ago

Class action suit filed against Apple for 2011 MacBook Pro GPU defects

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Class action suit filed against Apple for 2011 MacBook Pro GPU defects

Washington DC-based law firm Whitfield, Bryson & Mason announced that it had filed a class action lawsuit against Apple over widespread graphical issues encountered on 2011 MacBook Pros with AMD GPUs.

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2 days ago

HTML5 specs finally finalized

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HTML5 specs finally finalized

The World Wide Web Consortium, or W3C, has announced that it has finally finalized the specs for the HTML5 standard after almost eight years of work. This should allow rich content to work seamlessly across desktop and mobile platforms. Though parts of HTML5 have been used by web developers over the years, the final W3C recommendation is now ready.

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2 days ago

How to enable iCloud Photo Library on iPhone and iPad

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How to enable iCloud Photo Library on iPhone and iPad

iCloud Photo Library gives you the ability to store all your photos and videos in iCloud and keep them seamlessly in sync across all your devices. That means if you create an album or make an edit on your iPhone, it's automatically available on your iPad as well. In order to start using iCloud Photo Library, all you have to do is enable it!

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2 days ago

iPad Air 2 vs iPad Air camera comparison

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iPad Air 2 vs iPad Air camera comparison

Whether you love or hate iPad photography, there's no denying that it's a real thing. And in some instances, the iPad is the best camera you have on you at that particular moment. That's why for some people, the camera that's inside it may be a big deal when making a buying decision. The iPad Air 2 got some decent camera upgrades over it's predecessor, the original iPad Air. So that begs the question, if the camera is the most important factor to you, is the iPad Air 2 camera that much better?

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2 days ago

Audio Hijack Pro update now allows you to record iPhone call audio

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Audio Hijack Pro update now allows you to record iPhone call audio

Rogue Amoeba released an update today for Audio Hijack Pro, the Mac software that allows users to record their Facetime audio, that extends the program's recording capabilities to phone calls made with your iPhone.

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2 days ago

Apple's Greg Joswiak: Apple SIM not coming to iPhone

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Apple's Greg Joswiak: Apple SIM not coming to iPhone

The quietly introduced Apple SIM feature alongside the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 debuts caused a sensation on how Apple may be able to once again transform the wireless and mobile industry with one SIM card to potentially rule all carriers. At this time, it seems that the Apple SIM would be an iPad-only feature and Apple VP of iPhone, iPod, and iOS product marketing Greg Joswiak tells the audience at the Code Conference to not expect it for the iPhone.

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2 days ago

iPad Air 2 vs. iPad mini 3 benchmark battle

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iPad Air 2 vs. iPad mini 3 benchmark battle

We take the brand new iPad Air 3 and it's Apple A8X processor and pit it against the original iPad Air, updated iPad mini 3, and iPad mini 2 with Geekbench for CPU and GFXbench for GPU, and Sun Spider. Just how monstrous is Apple's monstrous new chipset? Find out!

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2 days ago

Sprint flips the switch on Spark in 17 new markets

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Sprint flips the switch on Spark in 17 new markets

Sprint announced today that it has flipped the switch on Spark in 17 new markets. Spark is the branded name of Sprint's enhanced 4G LTE service, which the carrier says can currently bring wireless speeds of 50-60 Mbps.

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3 days ago

Greg Joswiak says iOS 8.0.1 issues were a problem of distribution, not software itself

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Greg Joswiak says iOS 8.0.1 issues were a problem of distribution, not software itself

Apple VP Greg Joswiak is at the Code/Mobile conference today, and has given additional insight into the buggy release of iOS 8.0.1. Joswiak apologized for the situation, and said that it was not the update itself that cause the issues, according to Re/code:

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3 days ago

OneNote for iPhone gets support for Touch ID, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

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OneNote for iPhone gets support for Touch ID, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Microsoft OneNote for iPhone has been updated with support for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, along with enhancements to security. These include better password protection, and Touch ID.

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3 days ago

The next version of Office for Mac might launch in the first half of 2015

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The next version of Office for Mac might launch in the first half of 2015

Newly-leaked Microsoft presentation documents show that the company is planning to launch Office 16 for Mac sometime in the first half of 2015 and that it wants to give those users software features that will be similar to the ones found on the Windows version.

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