Yelp updated, now lets users add short video reviews

Yelp updated, now lets users add short video reviews

Yelp, an application that allows you to search for locations like restaurants, and review them (or just read them), has been updated to add video reviews, plus a few bug fixes for good measure.

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Apple drops cross-appeal from judgment in Samsung trial, no longer seeking permanent injunction

Apple drops cross-appeal from judgment in Samsung trial, no longer seeking permanent injunction

The Apple vs. Samsung court hearings went on for quite some time, and finally saw a judgment sent down in early May of this year. Following that, Apple sought a cross-appeal of the ruling, aiming to bring a permanent injunction of some Samsung-branded products. Now, it looks like Apple has reversed course.

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Facebook to kill messaging in main app for everyone, force users to download Messenger to chat

Facebook to kill messaging in main app for everyone, force users to download Messenger to chat

In April, 2014, Facebook announced that they’d be killing the messaging feature within the stock Facebook application for users in Europe. Apparently, that went so well that Facebook has given the green light to do the same thing to users everywhere.

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Blockchain, a popular Bitcoin wallet app, returns to the App Store after being pulled

Blockchain, a popular Bitcoin wallet app, returns to the App Store after being pulled

In February, 2014, Apple pulled the most popular Bitcoin wallet application from the App Store, and offered up no explanation for the decision other than due to, “unresolved issues.” Now, several months later, the app has returned, with a new look, and plenty of new features and improvements.

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5 Car-Themed Wallpapers for iPad

5 Car-Themed Wallpapers for iPad

We know that finding well-designed iPad wallpapers can be a challenge sometimes, especially because our Wallpaper Weekend roundup and many other publications focus heavily on the iPhone. Not to worry, iPad users: we’ve got a number of tablet-specific wallpapers ahead, featuring Lamborghini and Ferrari super cars. 

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Beats Music updated, now includes Sentence History, verified badges and more

Beats Music updated, now includes Sentence History, verified badges and more

Beats Music for iOS has quickly become a popular application for anyone who loves to stream music, especially for those who have an eye for specific curation to the tunes they listen to. Now, a big update looks to add even more useful features for users.

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New Lithium cells could double your iPhone’s battery life

New Lithium cells could double your iPhone’s battery life

If you’re complaining about how short your iPhone’s battery lasts, you’ll want to read this piece of news. Stanford researchers have developed a new kind of lithium battery that can boast of an improvement of 2-3x in battery life.

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Download the best paid iOS apps and games for free for a limited time (July 28)

Download the best paid iOS apps and games for free for a limited time (July 28)

We have some great apps for you today that have gone free for a short duration on the App Store, including Avoid, WaterMinder, Timer and more.

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5.5-inch iPhone 6, iWatch reportedly launching in December according to supply chain sources

5.5-inch iPhone 6, iWatch reportedly launching in December according to supply chain sources

While the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 is rumored to be the device that sees the light of day alongside the release of iOS 8 in September, the launch window for Apple’s biggest iPhone ever is still a heavily debated topic. A new report throws in another date to mix things up even more.

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T-Mobile slams AT&T’s ‘Best-Ever Pricing,’ launching more affordable Family Plan on July 30

T-Mobile slams AT&T’s ‘Best-Ever Pricing,’ launching more affordable Family Plan on July 30

T-Mobile CEO John Legere has been making quite the name for himself since taking over for the U.S.’s fourth-largest carrier in September 2012. The outspoken executive is not afraid to voice his opinions about his competitors, this time slamming AT&T’s “Best-Ever Pricing” and responding with an even more affordable deal for families. 

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