HP’s first smartwatch will offer striking design and iOS support

HP’s first smartwatch will offer striking design and iOS support

Smartwatches and other wearables are going to continue to thrive, as companies from every niche and market try to jump on board. HP’s the next to jump in line, but they may actually stand out from the crowd.

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Apple’s $450 million eBooks settlement gains early approval

Apple’s $450 million eBooks settlement gains early approval

Apple is one step closer to being done with their eBooks settlement case, at least if a new early approval of the settlement is any indicator of the future.

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Download the best paid games and apps including A Dark Room for free for a limited time

Download the best paid games and apps including A Dark Room for free for a limited time

We have some great apps for you today that have gone free for a short duration on the App Store, including A Dark Room, aerofly FS, Captain America, Do not move and more.

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Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers to run iTunes Radio following Apple’s Beats acquisition

Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers to run iTunes Radio following Apple’s Beats acquisition

Apple’s $3 billion Beats acquisition formally closed today, and the company welcomed Beats with a note on its website as well as an internal memo. A report from the WSJ adds that following the acquisition, Beats Music CEO Ian Rogers will oversee iTunes Radio.

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Cellphone unlocking legal starting August 1

Cellphone unlocking legal starting August 1

Not too long ago, it was illegal to unlock your cellphone. Now, with a lot of hard work, petitions, and making the circuitous route through “the system,” the President of the United States will sign into law legally unlocking your phone.

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Facebook updates iOS app to version 13; promises updates every 4 weeks

Facebook updates iOS app to version 13; promises updates every 4 weeks

Facebook today updated its iOS app to version 13.0, and just like the past few releases, a bump in version number doesn’t add any major new features to the app.

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MacBook sticker sellers saw a big boost after Apple’s ‘Stickers’ ad aired

MacBook sticker sellers saw a big boost after Apple’s ‘Stickers’ ad aired

A lot has to be said for advertisements. The ads that work are the ones that sell you on something you didn’t even know you needed or wanted. While MacBook sticker sellers have seen plenty of attention over the years, it certainly looks like many of them saw a boost after Apple aired their ‘Stickers’ ad in July.

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Boost your iPhone’s Volume with this DIY Speaker

Boost your iPhone’s Volume with this DIY Speaker

If you want to boost the volume of the music or audio from your iOS device, then here’s a cool do-it-yourself solution created by Twitter user @nnnnnnnn.

All you need is a paper towel roll and two plastic cups.

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Delta Airlines updates iOS apps with free in-flight entertainment

Delta Airlines updates iOS apps with free in-flight entertainment

Delta Airlines this morning updated its Fly Delta iOS apps with in-flight entertainment, allowing users to stream movies and TV shows provided by the airline directly to their iOS devices while on-board. The update comes as a part of Delta’s new plan to revitalize the entertainment offerings while flying, which most agree are largely lackluster.

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Apple reviewed by current and former employees, list reasons why they love the company

Apple reviewed by current and former employees, list reasons why they love the company

Offering a rating for anything that we come into contact these days is normal, so it shouldn’t be a surprise that employees, both past and present, have left reviews for employers. A new report has compiled varying reasons why Apple employees love the company.

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