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Medical app developers can now include ResearchKit in their apps

Medical app developers can now include ResearchKit in their apps

Apple has announced that ResearchKit is now widely available for medical researchers and developers to use in their apps. ResearchKit was first introduced at Apple's "Spring Forward" event in March with the aim of fixing problems with medical research such as small sample sizes and inaccurately-...
Over 4 million Mac gamers - but who's playing "real" games?

Over 4 million Mac gamers - but who's playing "real" games?

Steam reports they have over 4 million Mac-using customers. But how many are playing games that aren't mobile shovelware? Macs still make up a tiny percentage of Steam's customers —less than 3.5 percent, in fact — but it's heartening to talk about Mac gamers in the millions. Still, numbers don't...
The new Apple MacNook

MacBook (2015) Review

For any MacBook owner who has ever looked longingly at an iPad, Apple has made your dreams a reality. For a price. When The Terminator first arrives in our time, he's naked. The lesson to be drawn from that is this — you can have the future right here, right now, You just can't have anything...
1Password's latest update brings support for Apple Watch

1Password's latest update brings support for Apple Watch

1Password for iPhone and iPad has hit version 5.4 with Apple Watch support, letting you access your secure information from your wrist. On the Apple Watch, 1Password will show you the codes, credit cards, and more that are most important to you, and you'll be able to select specific items that...
How to see how much data a FaceTime call used on iPhone and iPad

How to see how much data a FaceTime call used on iPhone and iPad

Placing FaceTime calls over cellular, especially video, can eat through data quickly if you aren't monitoring them. Since unlimited cellular data plans are pretty much a thing of the past, most of us keep a watchful eye on our data usage. When it comes to FaceTime, Apple gives you several...
Most Apple Watch try-on appointments reportedly leading to watch sales

Most Apple Watch try-on appointments reportedly leading to watch sales

It appears that most customers who have made try-on appointments for the Apple Watch so far have ended up purchasing one. While online pre-orders for the Apple Watch on Friday, April 10 were estimated to be somewhere in the neighborhood of one million watches, we now have a better idea of how try-...
Lara Croft Relic Run

Lara Croft: Relic Run is coming to the iPhone and iPad soon

Lara Croft: Relic Run, starring the lead character from the Tomb Raider game series, will be released worldwide on the iPhone and iPad in the coming months. Publisher Square Enix and Tomb Raider's main developer Crystal Dynamics are working with mobile game developer Simutronics on this new free...
WWDC 2015

Apple announces WWDC 2015 to kick off June 8-12, registration open now

Apple will hold it's annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) from June 8-12, 2015. WWDC 2015 will once again be held at Moscone Center West in San Francisco, California. Registration is open to any member of the iOS Developer Program, iOS Developer Enterprise Program, or Mac Developer...
Fleksy integrates Riffsy's GIF Keyboard, goes free for a week

Fleksy integrates Riffsy's GIF Keyboard, goes free for a week

Third-party keyboard Fleksy now comes with GIF Keyboard built in thanks to a partnership with Riffsy. Previously available as an optional extension to Fleksy, the Riffsy GIF Keyboard now comes pre-configured in this update. The GIF Keyboard allows you to search for your favorite GIFs, copy one...
Here's what the Apple Watch Sport looks like with a Milanese Loop

Here's what the Apple Watch Sport looks like with a Milanese Loop

You may not be able to buy the Sport paired with a non-Sport band, but it still looks great as an accessory. After a weekend of travel, I finally got a chance to visit the Apple Store to "officially" try on the Apple Watch. Despite having already placed my preorder — a 38mm Sport with White...
Our favorite keyboard cases for iPad mini

Our favorite keyboard cases for iPad mini

An iPad mini paired with a great keyboard case can make a great ultra portable productivity tool. Whether you want to get some serious work done on a long flight or just don't want to haul an entire laptop bag to the coffee shop, keyboard cases are turning iPads everywhere into workhorses, and...
Is OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 safe to install?

Is OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 safe to install?

OS X Yosemite 10.10.3 was released last week. Should you install it? That's the question posed to me in this week's Mac Help. It seems my previous warnings about not rushing into major operating system updates have created anxiety about any operating system update, even the relatively minor ones...
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Apple reportedly struggling to close Apple Pay deals with Chinese banks and UnionPay

Apple continues on its struggled journey to launch Apple Pay in China after talks with both UnionPay and a selection of Chinese banks continue without deals being sealed. According to the MarketWatch report, Apple is still not in a position to launch the service in the region with backing from...
Manfrotto's Digital Director will use your iPad as a remote control for your DSLR

Manfrotto's Digital Director will use your iPad as a remote control for your DSLR

Camera accessory makes Manfrotto has revealed a new adapter and accompanying app called Digital Director that lets you remotely control your Nikon or Canon DSLR with an iPad. Unfortunately, while the Digital Director system allows you to control your DSLR remotely, it does require a tethered...
Apple seeds iOS 8.4 beta to developers with redesigned Music app

Apple seeds iOS 8.4 beta to developers, includes revamped Music app

The iOS 8.4 beta is out now and available for download via Apple's developer portal. The biggest new feature appears to be a revamped Music app that includes a streamlined version of iTunes Radio. It comes amid rumors that Apple is set to debut a new music streaming service sometime around WWDC...
IBM's new Watson Health Cloud will draw data from Apple's HealthKit and ResearchKit

IBM's new Watson Health Cloud will draw data from Apple's HealthKit and ResearchKit

IBM has announced today that it has once again partnered with Apple for the launch of its Watson Health Cloud to give researchers access to anonymized health data. Through its partnership with Apple, IBM's Watson Health Cloud will gather and anonymize information from HealthKit and ResearchKit,...
OWC introduces Viper Pro external SSD with Thunderbolt 2 support

OWC introduces Viper Pro external SSD with Thunderbolt 2 support

OWC has unveiled the Viper Pro, an external drive with Thunderbolt 2 support. The Viper Pro is an external solid state drive (SSD) featuring two Thunderbolt 2 ports. The drive supports sustained data transfer speeds of up to 1350MB/s, and because it's a Thunderbolt drive, it of course supports...
Apple TV

New report says Apple is taking a 15% cut of subscriptions on Apple TV apps

A new report says that any subscriptions to video services made via Apple TV results in just 15% of those revenues going back to Apple. While Apple normally takes 30% of revenues from monthly subscriptions that come from the iOS App Store, any paid sign-ups that come via Apple TV for apps like HBO...

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Steam reports over 4 million gamers playing on OS X

Steam reports over 4 million gamers playing on OS X

While still a small segment, Mac gaming is growing, with Steam reporting that over 4 million gamers across the world play on OS X. Steam's latest hardware survey, for March 2015, indicates that of 3.43% of Steam's 125 million users are using Macs. While that's a small percentage, that amounts to...

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