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3 hrs ago | The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)
Apple's $3 billion acquisition of Beats caught almost everyone off guard. Not only was the purchase price drastically higher than what Apple typically spends for acquisitions, but Apple's interest in Beats in and of itself was the source of much speculation.
7 hrs ago | Ask Dave Taylor!
All of a sudden some of the function keys on my MacBook Pro don't control iTunes any more.
11 hrs ago | The Daily Caller
The Internet and iPhone users in particular are in a privacy panic following the hack and leak of private photos belonging to actresses including Jennifer Lawrence and Kate Upton, and for good reason.
14 hrs ago | Independent.ie
Phishing scammers are taking advantage of the recent nude celebrity photos leak by sending fake emails and texts to iPhone users.
18 hrs ago | BBC News
Placido Domingo has also conducted operas around the world, including Madame Butterfly in Vienna and Don Giovanni in Los Angeles He joins a line-up which includes Pharrell Williams, Kylie Minogue and Ed Sheeran along with fellow classical artist, Nicola Benedetti.
18 hrs ago | Silicon Alley Insider
Jennifer Lawrence was the most-high-profile victim of hackers who discovered naked pictures of her stored in Apple's iCloud system.
As Apple inches closer to its news event on September 9 , there has been growing speculation that mobile payments will be a part of the action.
Lots of people like to use lossless digital music files. These are files that reproduce exactly what is on a CD, with no loss in quality; they can even go further, offering high-resolution capabilities, with bit depths and sample rates well above that of CD.
After a massive breach that saw hackers steal nude pictures and videos from phones belonging to various celebrities , fingers have been pointed at Apple's iCloud as the potential point of access.
If this works the way Apple has been running iTunes, then you won't have to put any money into it.
Apple Inc. plans to turn its next iPhone into a mobile wallet through a partnership with major payment networks, banks and retailers, according a person familiar with the situation.
The Cupertino-based consumer giant is giving iTunes Radio some fresh attention. Sources tell On The Money that the firm is out negotiating international music licenses in order to roll out the streaming service around the globe.
How many of us are willing to replace our physical wallets with our phones? This is a question that has sucked billions of euro out of the technology and financial industries.
I was the Editor-in-Chief of Home Entertainment magazine and former Technical Editor of Home Theater magazine.
Last weekend, we reported that the 4.7-inch iPhone 6 seemed likely to boast a 1334 x 750 Retina Display, while the 5.5-inch iPhone 6L could have a 461 PPI Super- Retina Display .
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 07:12 pm
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