Download the best paid iOS apps for free for a limited time (July 25)

Download the best paid iOS apps for free for a limited time (July 25)

We have some great apps for you today that have gone free for a short duration on the App Store, including True Skate, Lex, Counters and more.

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Cellphone unlocking bill approved by House of Representatives, now moves to receive President’s signature

Cellphone unlocking bill approved by House of Representatives, now moves to receive President’s signature

In 2013, it was made illegal to unlock smartphones and tablets, which brought on cries of disdain from many Thankfully, some individuals in the government decided to take up the charge on settings things right, and now it looks like the process is one step away from completion. And success.

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OS X Yosemite Mac traffic doubles following the launch of the public beta

OS X Yosemite Mac traffic doubles following the launch of the public beta

Despite the fact that the public beta for OS X Yosemite was only released on July 24, that hasn’t stopped the adoption from going through the roof, according to a new report.

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iOS 8 Beta Compatible Apps

iOS 8 Beta Compatible Apps

If you’re planning on installing iOS 8 beta on your iPhone or iPad, it’s important that all the apps you depend on work fine and don’t crash or stop functioning. So before you install iOS 8, have a look at this list of apps that are compatible with iOS 8 beta 4, the latest beta seed from Apple.

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OS X Yosemite download issues continue, many users reporting failed downloads after starting the process

OS X Yosemite download issues continue, many users reporting failed downloads after starting the process

With one fix, there’s always the possibility of something else going wrong. On July 24, many users who tried to download the publicly released OS X Yosemite beta found an issue with the initial token code, but a fix was quickly found. Now, many users are issuing reports of failed downloads.

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Bose files lawsuit against Apple-owned Beats Electronics over noise-cancelling headphone patents

Bose files lawsuit against Apple-owned Beats Electronics over noise-cancelling headphone patents

According to CNBC, headphone maker Bose has filed a lawsuit against Apple-owned Beats Electronics over patents related to technologies used in noise-cancelling headphones. Apple acquired Beats for $3 billion in May, including both the headphone-making division Beats Electronic and streaming music service Beats Music. 

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iOS 8′s transition to Photos will also mean the removal of Journals, Slideshows and Books

iOS 8′s transition to Photos will also mean the removal of Journals, Slideshows and Books

With the upcoming release of iOS 8, there are quite a few changes in store for the end user, especially when it comes to features. For the company’s longstanding iPhoto application, the time has come to send it out to pasture, but it looks like it won’t be the only app heading that way.

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BetterWiFi7 enhances Wi-Fi settings on iPhone [Jailbreak Tweak]

BetterWiFi7 enhances Wi-Fi settings on iPhone [Jailbreak Tweak]

A few weeks ago, we highlighted the release of a jailbreak tweak called Vestigo for managing your Wi-Fi connections. But if you want even more fine-tuned control of your Wi-Fi on iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, consider looking into another new jailbreak tweak called BetterWiFi7. We’ve got a full rundown of how the tweak works ahead. 

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iPhone 5s gets run over by a train, explodes into tiny, beautiful pieces

iPhone 5s gets run over by a train, explodes into tiny, beautiful pieces

Sometimes, you just need to see what happens to a piece of technology when its introduced to horrible circumstances. In this case, a train. For a new video, we get to see what happens when not just one iPhone 5s, but two devices are taped down to a track, and a train comes rumbling by.

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Apple eBook settlement now in question, as judge raises concerns it could harm consumers

Apple eBook settlement now in question, as judge raises concerns it could harm consumers

In March of 2014, a federal judge approved class action status for Apple’s legal troubles regarding reported instances of eBook price fixing. In July it was reported that a settlement had been reached, but now even that is in question.

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