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4 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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4 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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4 days ago

Kindle for iPhone and iPad updated with Book Browser, Goodreads, and more

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Kindle for iPhone and iPad updated with Book Browser, Goodreads, and more

Amazon's Kindle app for iPhone and iPad has been updated to version 4.6 with a number of important new features, including Book Browser, Goodreads integration, and more. It's now also easier to get book details, get information on a series, and more.

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4 days ago

How to disable Lock screen notifications for specific Passbook cards

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How to disable Lock screen notifications for specific Passbook cards

If you use Passbook frequently on your iPhone, you may have noticed that certain passes can use your location and appear on your Lock screen while you're within the immediate area. This is so you can quickly and easily swipe up on your Lock screen to use your pass. The downside of this feature: no passcode is required by default, which could give someone access to your passes without your consent. If you're worried about privacy, but don't want to disable this feature entirely, never fear: You can turn it off on a card-by-card basis.

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4 days ago

Foursquare comes to iPad with travel recommendations and more

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Foursquare comes to iPad with travel recommendations and more

Foursquare has updated to version 8.5, and is now available for iPad. In addition to bringing Foursquare's local search to the iPad's big screen, the app also helps you plan a trip with its new travel recommendations.

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4 days ago

BT is in talks to acquire EE for £12.5 billion

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BT is in talks to acquire EE for £12.5 billion

British Telecom has confirmed it has "entered into an exclusivity agreement with Deutsche Telekom and Orange" which could lead to BT acquiring the wireless carrier EE for about £12.5 billion. This means that the UK's largest land line and broadband company could buy the country's biggest mobile phone carrier.

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4 days ago

How to refresh a Passbook card on your iPhone

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How to refresh a Passbook card on your iPhone

If you've got a lot of cards in Passbook you may have to refresh them manually from time to time. You can do this anytime a balance doesn't seem to be accurate or if the last updated date was a while ago. Even though some cards can automatically refresh themselves, not all of them do. Luckily, refreshing them manually is simple enough.

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4 days ago

Authy's new widget brings more convenience to two-factor entry

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Authy's new widget brings more convenience to two-factor entry

Two-factor authentication app Authy has been updated to version 17.0. You can now get your most important keys right in the Notification Center.

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4 days ago

Best custom keyboards for iOS 8: Customize how you communicate!

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Best custom keyboards for iOS 8: Customize how you communicate!

If you're running iOS 8 or later on your iPhone or iPad, you can install custom third-party keyboards from the App Store. Whether you want to swipe your way to faster messaging, access GIFs right from your keyboard, or just want to add a little flair to your keys, there are quite a few options to choose from. We've gone through most of them to pick our favorites, and these are the ones we think deserve your attention!

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4 days ago

Disconnecting from iCloud is scarier than it should be

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Disconnecting from iCloud is scarier than it should be

As a long time user of Apple's cloud services dating back to iTools (and even dabbling with AppleLink back in the day), I just assumed that most people used iCloud. Until I started working at an Apple reseller and helping people with their Macs and iOS devices. And that's when I discovered that a lot of people don't. What's more, if they do start using iCloud and later change their minds, Apple makes decoupling from the service absolutely terrifying.

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4 days ago

Viber adds games to its iPhone and iPad messaging app in five countries

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Viber adds games to its iPhone and iPad messaging app in five countries

Viber has updated its messaging app for the iPhone and iPad in five countries (Belarus, Malaysia, Israel, Singapore and the Ukraine) with a feature that allows users in those territories to play a select number of games inside the app. This feature will be rolled out worldwide to other parts of the world in the coming weeks.

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Whatsapp for the web reportedly in the works

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Whatsapp for the web reportedly in the works

Facebook-owned Whatsapp appears to be working on a web-based version. A number of strings were found in the Android version of the app that point to a web-based Whatsapp. However, since Whatsapp doesn't use accounts, and is instead tied to a phone number, there is the issue of authentication. It appears that Whatsapp on the web may solve this with QR codes.

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4 days ago

Add this textured hard case to your iPhone 6 and keep things slim; only $12.95 today!

Add this textured hard case to your iPhone 6 and keep things slim; only $12.95 today!

With a super lightweight and sleek design, Krusell's Malmo TextureCover will provide ample protection, a unique feel and superb craftsmanship. This durable polycarbonate shell simply snaps on around the back and has a slightly rough texture that's fitting for any occasion, professional or not.

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4 days ago

PDF Converter now available for iPhone as a universal app

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PDF Converter now available for iPhone as a universal app

PDF Converter has hit version 2.2, and is now a universal app, with the previously iPad-only app now ready for iPhone. The app is also on sale for a limited time, available at 50% off or $2.99.

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4 days ago

Un-carrier 8.0: A morning fire-side chat with John Legere on December 16

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Un-carrier 8.0: A morning fire-side chat with John Legere on December 16

T-Mobile is preparing to shake things up again in the US wireless industry, and this time they're doing it by inviting you to watch a stream of… a fireside chat with CEO John Legere and Yahoo Tech's David Pogue. What exactly they're doing tomorrow, we're not sure, but T-Mobile's teasing that it's "so big [they] had to keep it under wraps."

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