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2 hrs ago | Boy Genius
Happy iOS 8 day, Apple fans! What better way to treat yourself ahead of the inevitable stress involved with battling millions of other iPhone and iPad users for Apple's bandwidth than by downloading a bunch of great paid apps without paying a cent. Today's batch features seven nifty apps worth a combined $48, but they can all be had for free if you hurry.
2 hrs ago | CIO
Additions to Apple's new mobile operating system include interactive notifications, an updated Photo app and tighter integration between iOS and OS X devices. It's almost fall again, and so Apple has released the next generation of software that powers its mobile lineup: iOS 8. As always, this is a free update, and it packs new features and enhancements, both obvious and subtle.
5 hrs ago | The Motley Fool
Users scrolling through their Facebook news feeds -- and on any given day we're talking about an average of 829 million of the site's 1.32 billion monthly active users doing exactly that -- are seeing Facebook-hosted videos begin to play automatically. It's not as bad as it sounds.
8 hrs ago | The Washington Post
And, on Sept. 9 in a huge white building in Cupertino, Calif., America's biggest corporation unveiled potentially paradigm-shifting wearable tech: the Apple Watch.
The bulls believe that GoPro's 38% year-over-year revenue growth last quarter will continue, fueled by brand loyalty and newer products. The bears point out that GoPro's expenses are soaring, and competitors are launching comparable devices at lower prices.
You can't get a new iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus until Friday, but iOS 8, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system, goes live on Wednesday. IOS 8 isn't the radical upgrade that iOS 7 was, but it has a handful of new features that you're bound to enjoy.
Microsoft releases OneNote for Android Wear, gets OneNote ready for iOS 8, and introduces a major Office Lens update for Windows Phone. Microsoft took one of its first steps into the mainstream wearables market Tuesday.
ClipUp is one of the many apps that takes a page from Pinterest's design and concept, but it has much more to offer in the way of functionality. You have everything you need to manage your ideas, plans and to-dos.
Liverpool make a welcome return to the Champions League when they take on Ludogorets Razgrad at Anfield on Tuesday night - for the best coverage, follow the match on the official website, social media, mobile and LFCTV. LIVERPOOLFC.COM As well as live photos, reports, reaction and more, you can follow the fixture all the way in our match centre, which includes live Opta stats, minute-by-minute text commentary and scores from elsewhere.
"We've created a fun little guy out of a plastic toy hot dog and have named him 'Bret the Brat!'" reads an announcement. "Bring 'Bret' with you wherever you go between Sept.
I'd certainly agree many of the latest iOS 8 features were first found in Google's Android software. It really doesn't matter though: Many people - including some Android users - will like what Apple is bringing to both the iPhone 6 and older handsets this week.
Let's face it, no one wants to log onto their social media site of choice and be inundated with ads. Sure, revenues would grow for a while, but users would quickly tire of the advertising overload and find other places to play online, and investors would likely join them on their way out the door.
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As Washington seeks a pardon for jailed Matthew Miller, Pyongyang claims his bid for asylum was a "ruse" to spy on North Korea. A 24-year-old American sentenced to six years hard labour in North Korea had committed "hostile acts" against the state, Pyongyang has said.
U2 at the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch launch event in California last week, where it was announced iTunes users would get a free download of the band's new album, whether they wanted it or not. Depending on your iCloud settings, all your Apple devices could be full of the sounds from Songs of Innocence, U2's new album .
Tech Q&A: Facebook privacy settings you should change How do I make sure I'm still private on the site? Check out this story on jconline.com: http://on.jconline.com/1tRQdJx Q. Facebook makes so many changes, I can't keep up. How do I make sure I'm still private on the site? A. There are quite a few.
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