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Apple to launch first European iOS App Development Center in Italy

Apple has announced the creation of Europe's first iOS App Development Center in Italy. This new initiative will provide students with training and skill development covering the creation and deployment of apps for the iPhone and iPad.

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Apple may be developing a tool to easily transfer data from iPhone to Android [Update: Apple denies rumor]

If you're currently an owner of the iPhone but wish to make the switch to Android, there's little in regards to aid from Apple you'll receive to make the process easier when transferring data. This is reportedly about to change in part due to European operators who have pressured Apple to working on offering a tool that does just that.

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Comic: Geek Holiday Traditions

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: Geek Holiday Traditions

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Microsoft developer shows how to turn an iOS app into a Windows 10 app

A Microsoft developer has posted up details on how an iOS app can be converted into a Windows 10 app with the help of the company's Project Islandwood tools.

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Apple's 'swipe to unlock' patent invalidated in a German court

Apple's patent for the "swipe to unlock" gesture on iPhones and iPads has been invalidated in a German court, which said that the feature is not sophisticated enough to merit such protection.

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You can no longer post app reviews from prerelease iOS versions

Beta testers running the latest iOS 9 beta can no longer post app reviews on the App Store.

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This Beta is on FIRE

Happy Saturday, iMore! Because Rich is awesome, he's letting us run some of his Mac-themed comics from the Diesel Sweeties archive on weekends. Bonus comics, woo! We hope you enjoy.

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Comic: The Applemobile lost a wheel and Google got away

Ed: Welcome to this week's edition of The Pixel Project: a weekly comic from Diesel Sweeties' Rich Stevens on Apple, technology, and everything in-between. Today: The rumored Apple Car.

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A salute to iOS gamers, or how to stop intimidating your non-gamer friends

Ed: Welcome to iMore's author spotlight column, The Network. Every Friday, we'll be bringing you the perspective and charm of the best and brightest minds in the Apple and tech community. This week: Games journalist and podcaster Maddy Myers.

While walking home the other day with a well-read friend of mine who doesn't identify as a "gamer" — but has an Angry Birds history on his iPhone that would argue otherwise — I brought up BioShock: Infinite. I had assumed, given my friend's interest in activism and politics, that he'd be interested in hearing about the game's attempts at social critique, however ham-fisted. We never got that far.

"What do you mean, it has a sad ending?" he interrupted. "Do you mean you lost?"

"No, no – I beat it," I said. "Everybody gets the same ending."

"That's impossible!" he sputtered. "You should try it again, just in case!"

I walked in a lot of conversational circles as I explained that actually the game was meant to be a very serious narrative experience, and that many games of this type often only give you one ending. Call of Duty games only have one ending, I told him, and everybody sees the same cut-scenes. Same goes for The Last Of Us, and all the Halo games ...

"But when I play Tetris, it's different every time," he said. "If everybody gets the same ending, how is that even a game? Maybe you're supposed to look up a cheat code? I mean... I don't know, I'm not a gamer."

It's hard to say which of us is a really a "gamer" when neither of us would agree on what is or isn't a "game," though, right?

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U.S. iPhone sales top Android for the first time in two years

The latest report from research firm Kantar World Panel claims that sales of iPhones jumped ahead of Android devices in the US for the final quarter of 2014. Apple claimed 47.7% of the smartphone market, barely beating Android's 47.6% share. It's the first time that iOS has been ahead of Android in the US since the fourth quarter of 2012.

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