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4 days ago

How to add a card to Passbook on iPhone

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How to add a card to Passbook on iPhone

If you've got an iPhone, you've got Passbook built right in. With Passbook you can add rewards cards, payment cards via Apple Pay, and more. Some apps even use Passbook as a convenient way to view information at a glance. All you have to do to get started is add a few cards!

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4 days ago

Opera Coast gets better discovery and sharing in version 4.0

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Opera Coast gets better discovery and sharing in version 4.0

Opera's Coast web browser for the iPhone and iPad has hit version 4.0 today, with more sharing options and better discovery. Coast is also faster, and supports Handoff between iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite devices.

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5 days ago

Skype users in India can now call mobiles and landlines in the US and Canada for free

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Skype users in India can now call mobiles and landlines in the US and Canada for free

Microsoft is rolling out an offer for Skype users in India through which they can call mobiles and landlines in the US and Canada for free until March 1, 2015. All that's required is a free Skype account and an Internet connection.

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5 days ago

Latest Google Wallet update lets you split the bill with friends

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Latest Google Wallet update lets you split the bill with friends

Google has updated its Wallet iOS app with a new feature to help out when it comes to splitting the tab or bill with others. This new "split charge" functionality allows anyone to split the bill and assign a share of the total with available contacts. Selected people will then be reminded to cough up some funds to help cover the cost post-event. The company has also added Touch ID support for gaining access to the app and its contents.

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5 days ago

Pop junkie, millennial, or tech geek? iTunes has gift lists just for you!

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Pop junkie, millennial, or tech geek? iTunes has gift lists just for you!

The iTunes team at Apple has put together three new lists of movies, TV shows, and books carefully crafted to appeal to the pop-culture enthusiasts, #millennials, and tech-obsessed in our lives. Whether you want to count down the days of Hanukah, last minute Christmas gifts, or simply need to to curl up with a hot beverage and some cool entertainment, there's a ton of great stuff here to suit every taste. So, what made the lists?

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5 days ago

iTunes class-action suit now in the hands of the jury

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iTunes class-action suit now in the hands of the jury

After having wrapped up witness testimonies late last week, the iTunes antitrust lawsuit has now reached the jury for deliberation following hours of closing arguments today. At stake in this case is $351 million where plaintiffs in the class-action suit accuse Apple of stifling competition by locking out competing music services from iTunes and iPod music players.

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5 days ago

GT Advanced settlement with Apple gains court approval

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GT Advanced settlement with Apple gains court approval

GT Advanced Technologies Inc. has won approval for its bankruptcy settlement with Apple from Judge Henry Boroff. The settlement comes after a long saga since October when GT Advanced Technologies filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy, with both Apple and GTAT pointing blame at each other in unsealed court documents.

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5 days ago

How to view websites on your Mac that require Internet Explorer (or a PC)

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How to view websites on your Mac that require Internet Explorer (or a PC)

Once upon a time, the Mac and the Internet did not always get along. Long before Safari came along, Netscape and Internet Explorer were busy waging a war to define the future of browsing — a future that didn't often include the Mac. Most of the time, Mac users were stuck using browsers one or two versions behind their Windows counterparts, with no access to popular plug-ins essential to browsing various parts of the Web.

It was a dark day for the rebellion.

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5 days ago

Apple's lawyers say iPod class-action suit is 'made up'

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Apple's lawyers say iPod class-action suit is 'made up'

Though it is set to wrap up this week, the drama in Apple's iPod antitrust case heated up again today as lawyers for each side gave their closing arguments. While lawyers for the plaintiffs argued that Apple had no right to restrict access to competing services and devices, Apple's lawyers simply stated that there was no basis for the case in the first place.

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5 days ago

How to delete Passbook cards on iPhone

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How to delete Passbook cards on iPhone

While Passbook is a great way to manage loyalty and payment cards, it can start to get cluttered after a while. That's why it's a good idea to clear it out here and there. Perhaps you have loyalty cards you never actually use, or you've replaced one card with a new one. Whatever the reason, deleting cards from Passbook is just as easy as adding them in the first place.

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5 days ago

Apple brings holiday cheer to employees with custom Incase backpacks

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Apple brings holiday cheer to employees with custom Incase backpacks

Apple is no stranger to rewarding its employees. Along with special perks around the office, employees usually end up with a unique Apple-themed gift toward the end of the year as a reward for their hard work. This year, it appears Apple employees will get their hands on a custom Incase backpack featuring a white Apple logo.

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5 days ago

Apple finds sympathetic judicial ears in e-book appeal

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Apple finds sympathetic judicial ears in e-book appeal

Apple's arguments in its appeal for the e-book antitrust case have found sympathetic judicial ears. After having lost the case under U.S. District Judge Denise Cote last year, Apple's appeal to the 2nd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in New York seems to be going well, with judges asking questions that seemingly favor Apple's position in the case.

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5 days ago

GT Advanced restructures settlement agreement with Apple

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GT Advanced restructures settlement agreement with Apple

It's been a couple of weeks since we last heard news in the GT Advanced saga, but it looks like a court hearing on Monday has provided some new tidbits surrounding the tumultuous case. GT Advanced has reportedly restructured its settlement agreement with Apple in order to appease its creditors.

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5 days ago

Bose job listing hints at new music streaming service to rival Apple's Beats Music

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Bose job listing hints at new music streaming service to rival Apple's Beats Music

It looks like the rivalry between Apple with its Beats by Dre division and Bose will be heating up further. According to a spotted job position from Bose Corporation, the audio company is looking to enter the music streaming space with its own service, which could rival existing popular offerings like iTunes Radio, Beats Music, Google Play Music, Spotify, Pandora, and others.

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5 days ago

Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

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Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

Last Thursday, we reported that Canada's Competition Bureau had begun investigating Apple's contracts with carriers. At the time, there weren't any concrete details about the investigation. However, a court filing has now revealed that the Competition Bureau is investigating whether Canadian customers may have paid higher prices for phones and services due to contracts between Apple and carriers.

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