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1 hr ago | The Daily Caller

Report: Second Round Of Apple Product Launches Coming Mid-October

Apple unveiled its first new product line in years last week - Apple Watch - along with a new iPhone, but it seems the company still has more in store for fall 2014. Citing "a person familiar with the company's pre-launch logistics," Apple Insider reports the company has another launch event in the works for Oct. 21. According to "sources familiar with the matter" cited in a Daily Dot report , the event could feature the debut of a sixth-gen iPad, iPad Mini and the company's latest operating software, OS X Yosemite.


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3 hrs ago | KVR News

Xfer Records announces Serum Wavetable Synthesizer for Mac and Win VST, AU and AAX

"Quick Search" KVR Audio's Product Database, News Items, Developer Listings, Forum Topics and videos here. For advanced Product Database searching please use the full product search .


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8 hrs ago | The Inquirer


THE RIVALRY between Apple and Samsung has led to an annual event on the mobile phone calendar and this year is no different. Both Samsung and now Apple have come out with new models, releasing redesigned flagship handsets that are loaded with new features and custom technologies.


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12 hrs ago | MacMinute

Inpaint 6 for Mac Os X packs reworked processing algorithms

TeoreX has released a new version of Inpaint, a Mac OS X compatible photo retouching application with a choice of tools for removal of unwanted objects from pictures. Version 6 holds reworked processing algorithms allowing for faster and more quality elimination of various defects in a photo, as well as smoother removal of extra objects without spoiling the composition.


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Tue Sep 16, 2014

Bangkok Post

It's Apple's Week

I had made plans to watch the broadcast of last week's Apple event, which started at midnight Thailand time. The live feed was abysmal, with several breaks, making it hard to follow.


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U2 & Apple gave you a free record. Whether you wanted it or not.

About 500 Million folks in 119 countries around the world picked up their Apple dependent devices to discover U2's new surprise album Songs of Innocence downloaded and ready to go whether they wanted the album or not.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, The Edge, Apple, Startups, U2, Science / Technology, Steve Jobs

The Washington Post

VirnetX's $368 Million Patent Verdict Over Apple Will Be Cut

VirnetX Holding Corp. lost half its market value after an appeals court said the company will get far less than the $368.2 million patent-infringement verdict it won against Apple Inc. over virtual private networks. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in Washington ordered a new trial today on whether Apple's FaceTime feature infringed two patents and threw out the damage award, saying it was based on faulty jury instructions.


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Live Design Online

Apple Invites Larry Fishman To Speak At Special Employee Presentation

Larry Fishman, founder and President of Fishman, designer and manufacturer of pickups, amplification and other products for electric and acoustic musicians, was recently invited to speak to Apple designers, engineers and product managers. Fishman delivered a presentation entitled "Inspiring Tools for Musicians: A Confluence of Engineering and Art" to a standing room only audience accompanied by musicians Greg Koch, Roscoe Beck and Ritchie Fliegler.


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Apple issues third Os X Yosemite public beta

Apple yesterday released the third public beta of OS X Yosemite, shipping the preview a few days earlier than expected. The update, labeled build "14A361p," accompanied the debut of the eighth developer preview, also on Monday.


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Entrepreneur Magazine

The iPhone 6 Presentation Shows Apple Still Rocks With Slides

Apple CEO Tim Cook brought back Steve Jobs's signature phrase, "One more thing," when he recently introduced the iPhone 6 and the Apple Watch. One thing that hasn't changed since Jobs delivered Apple keynotes is the stunningly simple and visual design template that Apple executives use when giving presentations.


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KVR News

Audiofile Engineering releases Loop Editor 2.0; announces Myriad 4.0...

Audiofile Engineering has released Loop Editor 2.0 and announced Myriad 4.0 . Spectre is also on sale for a limited time.


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Mon Sep 15, 2014

Cape Cod Times

A legend's death passes with little fanfare

It came in with a simple promise, a hefty price tag and a man with something white sticking in his ears bopping around his apartment. Soon, it would transform music as we know it, inspire a business model built around pocket change and turn a struggling computer maker into the most valuable company in the world.


Related Topix: Music Players, Science / Technology, iPod, Computers, Steve Jobs

New Windows 9 Leaks Show Massive Improvements Over Windows 8

I am an experienced freelance technology journalist. I write for Wired, The Next Web, TrustedReviews and the BBC in addition to Forbes.


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Apple discussions include the role of independent developers in Apple Watch success; iPod Classic alternatives and hacks; more about about Apple Pay; Verizon SIMs, CDMA and move to VoLTE ; plus Location Services problems after moving from one house to another. Security notes offer more details about Apple Pay, as well as forensics tools and tests plus Adobe Flash update issues.


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Retina iMacs and Apple Displays Within Reach as New DisplayPort 1.3 Spec Finalized

With Dell having announced its upcoming 5120 x 2880 "5K" display that would be the equivalent of a Retina 27-inch iMac or Apple Thunderbolt Display and Apple rumored to be launching its own such display later this year, connectivity options for such displays have now taken a significant step forward with today's official release of the DisplayPort 1.3 specification by the Video Electronics Standards Association . The new standard offers a 50 percent increase in bandwidth to 32.4 Gbps, or 25.92 Gbps of uncompressed video data once overhead is accounted for.


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The Motley Fool

Did Apple, Inc. Let Us Down With These 3 Missing iPhone 6 and Apple Watch Features?

These products are sure to sell by the boatload and are packed to the gills with crowd-pleasing innovations. If nothing else, larger iPhone screens and an NFC-based payment service will keep the cash registers ringing.


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Image Viewer for Mac Os X revved to version 1.8

Abacus has released Image Viewer 1.8, an upgrade of the Mac OS X app for viewing images and photos for an entire library. Users can open a file and then view all image files in that folder by clicking the mouse or pressing the keyboard.


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The Inquirer

Apple delays iOS 8 SMS Continuity feature until October

SMS Continuity will allow users to send and receive SMS and MMS text messages to and from non-iOS devices on an iPad or Mac, but it won't be arriving with iOS 8 on Wednesday. As first spotted by iLounge, Apple's iOS 8 website now shows the feature with an October release date , suggesting that it might launch at the same time as Mac OS X Yosemite instead.


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A Tribute (and Goodbye) to Apple's iPod Classic contributor Bill Snyder says the iPod and iTunes changed the music industry, but more importantly it changed Bill Snyder. The iPod changed my life for the better, and now that Apple has stopped selling the "classic" version , I thought I'd take a few minutes to say thanks and goodbye to this important device.


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5 Evolving Corporate Logos

Think about what you'd really like to do on your vacation and create a list to narrow your choices - whether it's hitting the beach, going shopping, climbing a mountain or visiting a museum. Consider whether you can do this somewhere nearby, or whether you know anyone who has done your chosen activities before on a similar budget.


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