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Microsoft Health available for iPhone to sync your (future) Microsoft Band

We just saw the official Microsoft Band sync app for Mac, which gave us our first look at Microsoft's fitness tracker. Now we're seeing a new Microsoft Health app on Windows Phone, Android and iOS. These apps allow you to personalize your Microsoft Band and offer fitness tracking thanks to the wearable.

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Microsoft's fitness tracker app spotted in Mac App Store ahead of announcement

An app called 'Microsoft Band Sync' was just spotted in the Apple Mac App Store and looks to be the companion app for Microsoft's rumored wearable. We're expecting Microsoft to announce some kind of wearable within the coming weeks. Forbes recently reported that the fitness-oriented band would be coming out shortly. And just last week the device appeared to have passed FCC approval.

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AT&T boasts strong growth but misses earnings estimate

AT&T has just shared their earnings report for the third quarter. The company was able to gain two million new customers, but missed their earnings estimate. Shares of AT&T are down in after-hours trading following the earnings report.

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Bose and Beats make nice and settle dispute over headphone patents

Apple's Beats and Bose have agreed to settle a headphone patent dispute. The disagreement comes over noise canceling tech inside Beats headphones that Bose claims infringed their patents. Bose started legal proceedings in June of this year, but that appears to all be over now.

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Jony Ive: Apple nearly gave up on touch with the first iPhone

Apple's senior vice president of design Jony Ive did not mince words about the competition at today's Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. When he sees designs from Apple in the products of other companies he isn't very flattered.

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Apple reportedly shipped 4.9 million Macs in Q3 2014

Apple is now in the top five PC vendors worldwide when going off of units shipped. The latest numbers from the IDC show Apple growing 8.9 percent year-over-year as they move 4.9 million Mac computers in the third quarter.

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Pocket updated to support the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus

Pocket has just been updated for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Today's update puts Pocket at version 5.6.1 in the Apple App Store and introduces optimization for the newer iPhones.

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Asphalt Overdrive brings 80's racing to iPhone, now available for free

Asphalt Overdrive is now live in the Apple App Store, a day earlier than expected. Overdrive is the latest installment in the Asphalt mobile racing series. This new racing game from Gameloft is available for free, but does include in-app purchases.

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Don't delete your apps or photos, OneDrive now offers 30 GB of free storage

Tonight OneDrive is upping it's free cloud storage to 30 GB. Microsoft is doing this to help all those folks with new iPhones needing more storage, but it applies to anyone with a OneDrive account. That means you with your Windows Phone or those using OneDrive on Android also get 30 GB as the base storage.

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iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can take advantage of Verizon's VoLTE network and HD calls

New iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus owners are reporting support for Verizon's new VoLTE network. A few weeks ago we learned that Verizon would finally launch VoLTE in the near future. Earlier this week Verizon confirmed that select smartphones could start taking advantage of Advance Calling 1.0, which is their first-generation service suite on VoLTE.

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VSCO Cam gains advanced camera controls in new update for iOS 8

VSCO Cam was recently updated to make those with new iPhones and iOS 8 very happy. Head into the Apple App Store and you'll find version 3.5 of VSCO Cam. This update is notable for bringing advanced camera controls, like shutter speed, to those on iOS 8.

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Practice your artistic strokes with new Surface Pressure feature in Paper for iPad

Surface Pressure is a new feature now available in popular drawing app Paper by FiftyThree. If you installed iOS 8 on your iPad you're going to want to grab your Pencil from FiftyThree and try out the new pressure sensing abilities.

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Apple updates Safari with search engine DuckDuckGo as new option

Safari for Mac OS X has just been updated. Today's been a very busy day for updates in the Apple world and Safari isn't going to be left out. Today's update is notable for including DuckDuckGo as a search engine and improving privacy.

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New York Times updated for iOS 8, includes Handoff support

The official New York Times applications for iPhone and iPad have just been updated. These apps are both now ready for iOS 8 and include a few new features like Handoff support.

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Photo effects app Fragment gains iOS 8 support in new update, opens from Photos app

Popular photo effects app Fragment for iPhone has just been updated. Today's update places the app at version 1.4.1 and is a must-have update for anyone on iOS 8.

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Google Voice updated for iPhone, brings new design and Hangouts integration

Google Voice for iPhone has been updated. Head into the Apple App Store and you'll find version 1.6 of Google Voice. Today's update is notable for bringing a new design to match those found in the iOS 7 guidelines.

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CellSpot brings a T-Mobile tower into your home

T-Mobile today announced the T-Mobile Personal CellSpot. The announcement came at T-Mobile's Un-carrier 7 event in San Francisco. The theme of the event was Wi-Fi and this new accessory from T-Mobile will put a "cell tower" directly into your living room.

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T-Mobile Uncarrier 7 joins the mile-high club and takes texting to the skies

At T-Mobile's Un-carrier event today in San Francisco the company announced a new partnership with Gogo. As you know, Gogo is one of the world's leading in-flight connectivity services. The new partnership with T-Mobile will allow customers to text for free.

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VoLTE, WiFi calling, and WiFi texting part of T-Mobile's Un-Carrier 7

T-Mobile has just announced their Un-carrier 7 initiative. The theme for this one this go around is 'Wi-Fi Un-Leashed" and will see T-Mobile making some new waves with Wi-Fi. Look forward to Wi-Fi calling and texting for all customers on T-Mobile.

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Sega drops Super Monkey Ball Bounce on iPhone

Super Monkey Ball Bounce is now available to play on iPhone. This is the latest mobile game in the popular Super Monkey Ball franchise from Sega. Today's new game brings 119 levels and six unique worlds to your Android handset. Like games like Peggle? Then you might want to check out Super Monkey Ball Bounce.

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