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  1. iTunes Is Bad at Math, Part 2Read the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Kirkville

    The other day, I showed an example of iTunes' bad math . Here's another. Here's the storage available on my iPhone, as shown in iTunes, and on the iPhone itself.

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  2. Record Store Day: Why Bristol loves vinylRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | This Is Bristol

    ... y? Pretty much every new LP comes with a digital download code. This outdated format just became best friends with your iPod.

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  3. Apple's new Beats Music thinks Taylor Swift will make you payRead the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | Daily Herald

    Apple has asked Florence and the Machine and more than a dozen other artists for exclusive deals to promote a revamped Beats Music, and persuade people to ante up for what they're accustomed to getting pretty much for free. The company's in talks with the British group, which is set to release an album in June, about giving Apple limited streaming rights to a track, and has approached Taylor Swift and others about partnerships, according to people familiar with the matter.

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  4. Jobs for Angels By Blair London Now Available In Audible FormRead the original story

    7 hrs ago | 24-7 Press Release

    The popular thriller, Jobs for Angels: Veterans' Nightmare Realities by Blair London is now available in audible form on Apple, Android, and Windows devices through amazon and iTunes. Released in 2014, Jobs for Angels is a novel about veterans who have PTSD and the violence and multiple personalities that many suffer from and grapple with.

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  5. TV of the futurea "all on demand?Read the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | USA Today

    VENICE BEACH, Calif. - Imagine a world in which CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox shows are all only available on demand, and the days of appointment TV is over.

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  6. How To Enable Stealth Mode in YosemiteRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | The Mac Observer

    Apple sells a lot of laptops, which generally means people are taking their computers with them whilst out and about. Most coffeeshops can prove this theory, just walk in and look around.

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  7. Pop festivals, retromania and the iCloudRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2011 | Financial Times

    What's happening in the world of pop? FT critics Ludovic Hunter-Tilney and Richard Clayton join Neville Hawcock in the studio to look forward to this summer's pop festivals - and to ask whether pop itself has become too backward-looking, as Simon Reynolds argues in his new book Retromania. Are we really addicted to the past? And are YouTube and now the Apple iCloud part of this trend? Produced by Griselda Murray Brown Each week the arts podcast brings you interviews and studio discussions on the latest arts stories and cultural trends, with contributions from the FT's roster of critics and commentators.

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  8. Apple updates Final Cut Pro X with 3D titles, expanded camera format supportRead the original story w/Photo

    16 hrs ago | IT Business

    Video editors will have some more tools in their arsenal and ways to be creative with a number of updates launched by Apple to Final Cut Pro X, Motion and Compressor, including new features for motion graphics and enhancements designed to accelerate video editing, packaging and delivery. Improvements to Final Cut Pro 10.2 include the introduction of 3D titles, improved masking for colour grading and effects, native support for more camera formats, and GPU-accelerated RED RAW processing.

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  9. Google's EU showdown offers openings to competitorsRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | WNFL-AM Green Bay

    Whether or not the EU succeeds in branding Google a market-abusing monopolist in web search - a big if, given that the competition authority has yet to publish its exact charges - the Internet giant could be pinned down for years to come in regulatory procedures and legal appeals.

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  10. TV of the future--all on demand?Read the original story w/Photo

    20 hrs ago | USA Today

    VENICE BEACH, Calif. - Imagine a world in which CBS, NBC, ABC and Fox shows are all only available on demand, and the days of appointment TV is over.

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  11. One Third of US Consumers Still Buy Music Downloads, Despite Streaming's Gained MomentumRead the original story

    20 hrs ago | Hypebot

    Although music streaming is getting the biggest headlines these days, recent research from MusicWatch, a company providing consumer research for the music industry, indicates that consumers have not entirely given up on paid music downloads. In fact, one third of U.S. consumers purchased music downloads last year.

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  12. You Can Play Halo on Your iPhone NowRead the original story w/Photo

    21 hrs ago | TIME.com

    Microsoft released the latest addition to its Halo series with a surprise announcement: the game is available for download not only on Windows devices, but also for Apple's iPhone and iPad. Halo: Spartan Strike popped up in the iTunes store on Thursday, offering Apple fans the opportunity to take on 30 new missions in the Halo universe.

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  13. Apple TV 2015 release date rumoursRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Macworld UK

    A new Apple TV is rumoured for WWDC this June. Here's everything you need to know about the next Apple TV, including Apple TV release date rumours, feature rumours and UK price rumours.

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  14. Tech guru says pay-by-smartphone set to take offRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | The Windsor Star

    Expect more and more people to be paying for more and more things with their smartphones this year, a tech and media expert says. Duncan Stewart, the director of Deloitte Canada Research Technology, Media & Telecommunications, spoke to about two dozen local tech industry representatives at The Keg downtown Thursday night.

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  15. Toughturtle LLC Announces StockWatch For Apple WatchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MacMegasite

    ... worldwide exchanges, convert totals to 150 currencies, and so much more. StockWatch was first available to iPhone and iPod touch users as an Apple Web App in 2007, and was re-engineered and released for the iTunes App Store in the summer of 2008 ...

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  16. First Arcade Game for Apple Watch is Quacky HuntRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MacMegasite

    ... been demoed at Apple retail stores around the world. Copyright 2015 Candywriter, LLC. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks ...

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  17. Report: iPhone/Touch PlatformRead the original story

    Yesterday | MacInTouch

    ... order things online, and throw the numbers away after a few uses. When restoring an iOS backup to a iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch that is not using the latest version of iOS, you may see the following behavior: iTunes displays the alert "The backup ...

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  18. MacBook Pro factory resetRead the original story

    Yesterday | EduGeek

    So, I took the plunge yesterday and switched on the MacBook Pro that we will be using to manage our iPads. 1st time I've ever turned on a Mac device so not familiar with the process.

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  19. The seven deadly sins of mobile gamesRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | CNET News.com

    If you're designing a game for a mobile device, it makes sense that the game is, in fact, mobile. Not every mobile device has internet connectivity -- iPods and some tablets , for example.

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  20. Verizon's New Pay TV Pitch Isn't A La Carte TV. But It's Getting Closer.Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Re/code

    People who say they hate paying for cable TV often say they only want to pay for the networks they want to watch - not the bundles of networks pay TV providers require them to buy. Bundles aren't going away anytime soon, since they're the core of the pay TV business.

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