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Goldman Sachs survey good news for Apple and Apple Watch

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Goldman Sachs survey good news for Apple and Apple Watch

How big is the Apple Watch market?

That's the question many people, analyst and consumer alike, have been asking both before and after pre-orders kicked off on April 10. We've got experience now with everything from phones to tablets to set top boxes, but the Apple Watch is something new. To try and find out, Goldman Sachs asked over 1,000 "nationally representative" consumers about how they see the Apple Watch fitting in their lives.

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Unclutter updates with new ways to keep your Mac organized

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Unclutter updates with new ways to keep your Mac organized

Unclutter 2.0 has arrived, bringing more powerful capabilities to organizing your files, notes, and more.

Updating with a new design for OS X Yosemite, Unclutter 2.0 also adds a number of new features to help keep you organized. For instance, there are more options for arranging the Files panel, and you can also drop files into folders on the Panel. You can also create as many new notes as you want.

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Dark Angels expansion pack for Space Hulk: Ascension is available for the Mac

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Dark Angels expansion pack for Space Hulk: Ascension is available for the Mac

Dark Angels, the latest expansion pack for the sci-fi turn-based strategy game Space Hulk: Ascension, is now available to purchase and download for the Mac, PC and Linux platforms via Steam.

The price of Dark Angels is normally $7.99 but it has been reduced from now until April 22 by 10% to $7.19. Dark Angels is the third expansion for Space Hulk: Ascension, which is based on the Games Workshop board game set in its Warhammer 40K universe.

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Apple Watch does 'what I want it to do when I want it done'

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Apple Watch does 'what I want it to do when I want it done'

Reviewing something as new and different as the Apple Watch is tough.

I think that's why many of the early reviews, especially from the tech press felt awkward. Apple also provided test devices to some industry analysts, and these have proven both interesting and insightful.

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WeatherPro brings its detailed forecasts to the Mac

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WeatherPro brings its detailed forecasts to the Mac

MeteoGroup's forecast application WeatherPro has made the jump to OS X.

Formerly available only for iPhone and iPad, WeatherPro has made the jump to the desktop today with a version of Mac.

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Tumblr now lets you create a new blog right on your iPhone

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Tumblr now lets you create a new blog right on your iPhone

Tumblr has updated their app for iPhone and iPad, which now allows you to create new blogs right in the app.

Tumblr 4.0 lets you build new blogs inside the app, picking essential elements such as a username, blog title, images, and colors, working like an extended version of their theme customization tools.

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Glide brings its video messaging app to the Apple Watch

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Glide brings its video messaging app to the Apple Watch

Video messaging app Glide has been updated with support for the Apple Watch.

Glide on the Apple Watch lets you watch messages, get chat notifications, and reply in a text chat with dictation. Be careful with how much video you watch, however, as it's likely that video will have a significant impact on your Apple Watch's battery life.

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Tim Cook offers lunch with himself for charity auction

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Tim Cook offers lunch with himself for charity auction

Apple CEO Tim Cook will have lunch with you and a guest at the company's headquarters in Cupertino, California if you are the winning bidder in the Charitybuzz online auction.

The winning bidder will also get two VIP tickets to attend one of Apple's upcoming keynote events. This is the third year in a row that Cook is participating in this auction event.

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Tinder now lets you spice up your profile with your Instagram photos

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Tinder now lets you spice up your profile with your Instagram photos

Popular dating app Tinder has been updated, and will now let you add your Instagram photos to your profile.

Tinder, one of our favorite dating apps is expanding user profiles in new ways. When you start up the app after the update, it will take you to Facebook to ask for a new set of permissions. If you grant them, your expanded list of interests will now appear as part of your profile.

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Amazon will let you watch Season One of Orphan Black for free on April 17 only

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Amazon will let you watch Season One of Orphan Black for free on April 17 only

Amazon will let anyone watch Season One of Orphan Black, but the deal is only good for April 17.

Orphan Black is an Amazon Prime exclusive series, but on April 17 they will be allowing anyone to watch Season One. The show will be available for viewing through Amazon's Instant Video app for TVs, connected devices and mobile devices, or online. All ten episodes of the first season will be available for the day for anyone to watch, whether a member of Amazon already or not.

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How to exclude files from Time Machine backups

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How to exclude files from Time Machine backups

Sometimes you don't want Time Machine to back up your files. Here's how to keep that from happening.

Time Machinee, Apple's built-in backup utility, is actually pretty smart about figuring out what to save and what to skip on your Mac. OS X by default excludes a whole bunch of stuff from Time Machine that Apple engineers know the Mac just doesn't need in order to work right after restoring from a backup. There are times, however, when you might want to make it a bit smarter. It could be big but temporary files that would just eat up space, or private files you don't want duplicated anywhere, even for back up. Either way, with a few simple tweaks, you can more storage capacity out of your Time Machine backup disk and spend less time backing up, too.

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Apple releases new beta of iCloud for Windows

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Apple releases new beta of iCloud for Windows

Apple has released a new beta version of iCloud for Windows to AppleSeed testers.

First launched in September 2014, iCloud for Windows enables users to get their iCloud Drive content on their Windows desktop.

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The future of WWDC will be streamed live

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The future of WWDC will be streamed live

Not too many years ago it took what felt like months to get the session videos following WWDC. This year, it'll be near-instant.

Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference — WWDC 2015 — is set for June 8 at Moscone West. That means a week of sessions for developers, where Apple engineers give presentations on everything from the latest and greatest new frameworks to the core technologies that enable them. All with the goal of helping everyone make better apps.

Since not all developers can fit it into the physical building or get to every session, Apple provides videos that the developers can watch later and repeatedly. Over the least two years Apple, and its events and worldwide developer relations teams, have done everything they can to get those session videos posted just as fast as they can. This year, however, they're taking not just a step but a leap forward — this year some of the sessions will be streamed live.

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Apple doesn't need $178 billion of cash to change the world

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Apple doesn't need $178 billion of cash to change the world

In order to see why Apple doesn't need $178 billion of cash for its business, it is crucial to examine how Apple operates and thinks about products.

Apple has a functional organizational structure, not one based on product groups or some other type of hierarchy. That makes it easy for the company to shift attention to new products as needed. Despite having 46,000 non-retail Apple employees, Apple is a nimble company able to respond to changing market dynamics quickly and efficiently. Apple's strengths include allowing ideas to be born from close collaboration at a very early stage and offering an environment that fosters the nurturing of fragile ideas through the development process. Many larger companies are simply unable to capture this type of "start-up" mentality. For Apple, large scale M&A with a significant capital footprint does not fit too well in such a structure.

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Samsung has reportedly formed a dedicated team to build displays for Apple products

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Samsung has reportedly formed a dedicated team to build displays for Apple products

Samsung has reportedly created a team of around 200 employees to work exclusively on display technology for Apple products.

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