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6 days ago

CrackBerry reviews the BlackBerry Passport

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CrackBerry reviews the BlackBerry Passport

Some of you may or may not be BlackBerry fans, but on the heels of the biggest iPhone to date, the biggest BlackBerry to date has arrived as well. The BlackBerry Passport is the largest, squarest BlackBerry device there is and CrackBerry took it on with both hands. It has design that's optimized to get things done, and with a 3450mAh battery and 32GB of storage, you'll be able to do just that.

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6 days ago

Apple using 'actual size' print adverts to promote the iPhone 6

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Apple using 'actual size' print adverts to promote the iPhone 6

Apple has launched the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus and is now telling the world, in part, through an interesting advert in the Rolling Stone magazine. The ad sees Apple use actual size shots of the new iPhones to represent just how large these smartphones are.

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6 days ago

CSS Animations now available on iBooks, CSS Transforms on one day sale — Hurry!

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CSS Animations now available on iBooks, CSS Transforms on one day sale — Hurry!

Vicki Murley, former Safari Technology Evangelist at Apple, has released her second book — CSS Animations. It's a follow up to CSS Transforms, but goes even further in making the dynamic web understandable though something that's closer akin to an interactive learning experience than traditional book. Here's what's in CSS Animations:

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1 week ago

Sky bolsters its NOW TV offering on Apple TV with movies and entertainment

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Sky bolsters its NOW TV offering on Apple TV with movies and entertainment

Sky has today announced that Apple TV owners in the UK will be able to enjoy more live and on demand content from the broadcaster through the Sky NOW TV app. Two new passes are available: NOW TV Entertainment and Sky Movies. The former will set owners back by £4.99 a month (rising to £6.99 on October 16), while the latter goes for £8.99 a month (again, rising on October 16 to £9.99).

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1 week ago

Amazon brings Kindle Unlimited to the UK for £7.99 a month

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Amazon brings Kindle Unlimited to the UK for £7.99 a month

Amazon has finally brought across its Kindle Unlimited service to the UK, which launched in the US back in July. The service offers consumers unlimited e-book enjoyment for £7.99 a month, granting access to over 650,000 digital books, as well as thousands of audiobooks from Audible.

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1 week ago

iPhone 6 in six minutes: Video review

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iPhone 6 in six minutes: Video review

The iPhone 6 is the linear successor to all previous iPhones. With a 4.7-inch Retina HD display, powerful Apple A8 processor, speedy LTE Advanced and 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and iOS 8, it's going to be the go-to phone or tens of millions of people. But is it for you?

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1 week ago

SwiftKey explains why they need 'full access' to be fully functional

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SwiftKey explains why they need 'full access' to be fully functional

SwiftKey, one of the most popular custom keyboards for iPhone and iPad, requires "full access" in order to be fully functional. Why is that? Because a good portion SwiftKey's prediction engine is too big to fit into the keyboard extension itself, and so has to live back in the SwiftKey app.

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1 week ago

Twitterific 5 update adds iPhone 6, 1Password support

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Twitterific 5 update adds iPhone 6, 1Password support

Twitterific 5 has been updated with support for some iOS 8 features and the app is now optimized for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus displays. The big new feature is that 1Password Extension is now supported in the browser in iOS 8. Additionally, a number of improvements and bug fixes are also part of the version 5.7.6 update.

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1 week ago

How to make icons, text, and graphics larger with Display Zoom for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

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How to make icons, text, and graphics larger with Display Zoom for iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus both come equipped with brand new Retina HD displays that can show more content on them than ever. However, just like computer screens, some folks prefer sacrificing seeing more on the screen in favor of actually being able to see it, even if it means sacrificing on resolution slightly. Display Zoom on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus works in much the same way and lets you do just that!

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1 week ago

Forget in-store pickup, former retail head Ron Johnson wants to 'Uber' your gadget orders to your home

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Forget in-store pickup, former retail head Ron Johnson wants to 'Uber' your gadget orders to your home

While calling for a car service to take you somewhere may sound trite, having your gadgets that you just ordered delivered to your doorstep may not be and that's what former Apple retail head Ron Johnson is working on. Johnson has reportedly been poaching former and current Apple employees, including former Apple VP of retail Jerry McDougal who left to spend more time with family, to work on this Uber-like on-demand delivery service.

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1 week ago

Peer-to-Peer limitation means only certain Apple TVs can make friends over AirPlay

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Peer-to-Peer limitation means only certain Apple TVs can make friends over AirPlay

It appears that the latest Apple TV firmware update that brought Peer-to-Peer AirPlay to the Apple TV came with some caveats. Primarily that the Peer-to-Peer feature is limited to only the latest generation Apple TV hardware and won't work with older models.

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1 week ago

How to use photo and video extensions in iOS 8

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How to use photo and video extensions in iOS 8

There are lots of great photo editing apps available for the iPhone. However, no matter how great they are, you still have to edit in multiple apps at times in order to get the results you want. iOS 8 is aiming to change all that by using the built-in Photos app as a central hub for editing tools across the board. Once you've got apps installed that support photo and video extensions, all you've got to do is enable and start using them!

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1 week ago

Is Apple making a faster AirPort Express?

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Is Apple making a faster AirPort Express?

A customer in the store last weekend asked me if Apple had updated the AirPort Express yet. He said that he wanted another one but wasn't willing to buy it until they added 802.11ac to it. It's been almost a year and a half since Apple released the AirPort Extreme with 802.11ac networking, after all. There are some things to consider, however. Read on for details.

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1 week ago

Authy gets refreshed design, Touch ID support in latest update

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Authy gets refreshed design, Touch ID support in latest update

Authy, the two-factor authentication app, has been update for iOS 8, adding support for Touch ID. Authy has also been redesigned, adding a quick bar to make it easier to get to your authorization keys.

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1 week ago

iPhone to iPhone 6: History in specs

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iPhone to iPhone 6: History in specs

The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the latest in a line of Apple phones stretching back to the original in 2007. Year after year, release after release, they've grown bigger, faster, more powerful, and better. You can see it in the specs and feel it in the experience. Now, some people believe specs mean everything. That you can sum up any phone, any device, by the rows on a spreadsheet. Other people believe specs mean nothing. That it is experience and experience alone that defines a device. The truth, as is often the case, lies smack in between. Specs matter in that they're needed to deliver an experience. If the specs aren't sufficient, the experience will suffer. If they specs aren't utilized, then they don't matter. Since Apple uniquely controls everything from the chipset to the software and services, they're best positioned to wring every ounce of experience out of their specs. So, with iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, what are those specs?

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