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You can now spend £30 on each transaction using Apple Pay in the UK

Should you reside in the UK, you'll now be able to spend at most £30 on each transaction using Apple Pay, as well as contactless cards. The limit for these types of payments was previously set to £20. Unfortunately, this new increase will require merchants to upgrade their terminals that are...
Apple reportedly looking to create original video content

Apple reportedly looking to create original video content

According to a new report, Apple may be flirting with getting into video content production. The company is said to be in very early discussions with Hollywood executives as it explores the prospect of producing original video content for streaming. From Variety: The scale of Apple's ambitions...
Apple Watch vs Android Wear: Why most smartwatches still suck for women

Apple Watch vs Android Wear: Why most smartwatches still suck for women

Hey, smartwatch manufacturers: Ladies want to wear these things, too. Update: Android Wear is now compatible with iOS, at least in part. I like my 38mm Apple Watch a lot. It fits well into my day-to-day activities, it helps keep me fit, and, oh hey — it fits my wrist. When I first heard about...
NFL Game Pass brings on-demand football to Apple TV

NFL Game Pass brings on-demand football to Apple TV

A fresh football season is upon us, and the NFL app on Apple TV has updated in preparation with access to the new Game Pass feature, giving football fans access to a large variety of on-demand games. With NFL Game Pass on Apple TV, users will be able to catch out-of-market preseason games as...
Star wars

Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes gets its first trailer ahead of its holiday release

Electronic Arts has now released the first gameplay trailer for their upcoming mobile collectible card RPG game Star Wars: Galaxy of Heroes. The game, which was first announced in June at E3 2015, will be released sometime this holiday season. The trailer shows how players collect cards...
Apple Pay comes to the University of Oklahoma campus

Apple Pay comes to the University of Oklahoma campus

We've already seen Apple Pay land in numerous retailers since its debut, and now it's starting to trickle out to college campuses. The University of Oklahoma has just announced that it will start accepting Apple's mobile payments platform campus-wide starting this week. From the University of...
Google+ Collections come to iPhone, allows you to group posts by topic

You can now browse Google+ by topic on iPhone with Collections

If you're an avid Google+ user on your iPhone, you'll be happy to know that the app has been further brought up to parity with its Android counterpart with Collections. The feature allows you to easily group posts by topic, much like a similar feature in Pinterest for those who are familiar with...
Apple and Cisco announce new enterprise-focused partnership

Apple and Cisco announce new enterprise-focused partnership

Apple and Cisco have announced a new partnership focused on enterprise users. The partnership will see Apple's devices work even better with Cisco's networks and services, including voice and video communications products. Cisco will work to optimize its networks and services specifically for...
Gaming, Siri said to take center stage on new Apple TV

Gaming, Siri said to take center stage on new Apple TV

With the rumored additions of an App Store and motion control, it's not surprising that gaming is said to be one of the major areas of focus for the upcoming Apple TV. While a number of games for iPhone and iPad offer support for play on current-generation Apple TVs, the addition of the App Store...
Content blocking extensions in iOS 9: Explained

Content blocking extensions in iOS 9: Explained

Content blockers aren't ad blockers. But that's what most people will use them for. Safari content blocking extensions don't automagically identify ads and prevent them from loading. Instead, they identify elements and resources on a web page and can, optionally, hide those elements and prevent...
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Apple seeds eighth OS X El Capitan beta to developers, sixth beta hits for Public testers

A new beta of OS X El Capitan has been seeded to developers by Apple. This marks the eight beta, which is now available from the Mac Developer Resource Center, as well as from the Update tab of the Mac App Store for developers who are already using a previous beta. Additionally, Apple has seeded...
Google On iPhone

Google On iPhone and iPad app now available for controlling new OnHub Wi-Fi router

Earlier this month, Google announced plans to compete with Apple's AirPort wireless routers with their own Wi-Fi router, OnHub. Now the company has released its companion app for OnHub for the iPhone and iPad, called Google On. It allows owners of the router to quickly set it up, control and...
iMore survey shows ultra-high levels of Apple Watch usage

iMore survey shows ultra-high levels of Apple Watch usage

93% use the Apple Watch five or more days a week, 95% for eight or more hours a day. There's been a lot of debate over how well the Apple Watch is selling. That's to be expected. Apple not only launched a new product category but the category itself is still new. Even with hard numbers, there...
Android Wear gets official support for the iPhone

Android Wear gets official support for the iPhone

Google has announced that Android Wear, its software for smartwatches, now works with the iPhone. The software allows you to get your notifications at a glance, track workouts and fitness goals, and custom reminders. From Google: Get your info at a glance: Check important info like phone...
Apple debuts two Music ads for the VMAs starring The Weeknd

Apple debuts new Music ads for the VMAs starring The Weeknd

To go along with MTV's Video Music Awards, Apple created two new Apple Music ads, starring The Weeknd. The ads follow The Weeknd as he leaves the stage, headed for a post-VMA party, and features a special guest appearance by John Travolta. The ads highlight different features of Apple Music....
John Sculley talks about the Steve Jobs that he knew

John Sculley talks about the Steve Jobs that he knew

In a new interview, former Apple CEO John Sculley spoke at length about his relationship with Steve Jobs. Sculley, who served as CEO from 1983 to 1993, after coming over from Pepsi, talked about his friendship with Jobs, and how the late Apple co-founder is often mis-characterized in popular...
History of iPhone: Apple reinvents the phone

History of iPhone: Apple reinvents the phone

On the eve of iPhone 6s, we're updating and expanding our history of iPhone series—starting with the one that started it all! On January 9, 2007 Steve Jobs put sneaker to stage to give one of the most incredible keynote presentations of his life—a life filled with incredible keynote...
And our #SwitchToiPhone contest winner is...!

And our #SwitchToiPhone contest winner is...!

Apple's not getting out of the phone business any time soon and that means, barring alien invasion or machine uprising, there'll be new iPhones as early as next month. It also means, if you don't currently own one, there's never been a better time to #SwitchToiPhone. And to help make it even...
Apple TV

The next Apple TV set-top box will reportedly cost between $149 and $199

The rumors about Apple's next hardware version of its Apple TV set-top box continue to hit the Internet. The latest report claims that Apple will price the fourth-generation version of Apple TV at between $149 and $199, which is well above the current version's price of $69. The report adds that...
Pac-Man 256: Score 10,000 or more with these tips, tricks, and power chains

Pac-Man 256: Score 10,000 or more with these tips, tricks, and power chains

Like most of the tech world, I've been obsessed with Pac-Man 256 over the past week. Its colorful throwback graphics, delightful gameplay mechanics, and ridiculously fun power-ups keep you chomping for bits long after the novelty of a traditional Pac-Man game might have worn off. If you're having...

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