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1. Will OS X Yosemite Bring More Grief for Apple?

51.67%
July 25, 2014
... Opening the latest OS beta to the public may give Apple a better shot at avoiding the problems and bad press that plagued Mavericks and the much derided iOS 7 update. However, the company appears to be looking to further integrate the styling of the two operating systems, with screenshots from Yosemite indicating that icons in 10.10 will ...

2. Apple Releases Security Updates for Mavericks, iOS, Safari

64.21%
July 1, 2014
...According to a report on Expert Reviews, the vulnerability to remote code execution makes the new iOS highly recommended, although warns that the patches could block use of the Pangu iOS 711 jailbreak. A full description of the security upgrade can be found on Apple's support Web site. The company recommends the upgrade for all users. ...

3. Apple Cuts Prices of iPod Touch By Up to 25%

47.48%
June 28, 2014
...minimal solid competition despite attempts by Sony and Microsoft over the years. Apple said in a press release that the reduced-price iPod Touch devices would ship with iOS 7 but can be upgraded to iOS 8 when the operating system becomes available in the fall. All the iPod Touches have 4-inch displays. ...

4. Facebook Ads and Tracking: What You Need To Know

15.07%
June 21, 2014
...WHAT YOU CAN DO: Facebook does participate in a version of "do not track" for mobile devices. To do this on iPhones and iPads with iOS 7 go to settings, then privacy, then advertising. Slide the lever next to "limit ad tracking" to the right, or green. On Android, go to Google settings (as opposed ...

5. What To Expect at Apple's WWDC 2014

78.26%
May 30, 2014
...in 100 technical sessions throughout the week. iOS Changes It has all but been confirmed that Apple will be announcing iOS 8 during WWDC, given the release of iOS 7 during last year's event. "At this year's five-day conference, developers from around the world will learn about the future of ...

6. Review: Apple's CarPlay Headed in Right Direction

16.18%
May 28, 2014
...swipe on a display screen in the dashboard. It's expected to be available this summer when Pioneer Electronics plans to release a software update for five car radios designed to work with the iPhone. Alpine Electronics also is working on CarPlay-compatible radios for cars already on the road. Honda, Hyundai, Mercedes-Benz, Volvo and Ferrari are among those ...

7. Google Unveils Standalone Mobile Office Apps

59.78%
May 1, 2014
...spreadsheets and presentations for iOS and Android devices -- just a few weeks after Microsoft released its Office suite for Apple's iPad. The apps are designed for IOS 7 and Android 4.0. The free apps -- Docs, Sheets and, soon, Slides -- are available for Android and iOS devices. They also feature offline support so users can ...

8. iPhone 5 On/Off Button Repair Offered by Apple

37.64%
April 28, 2014
...feature; erase data and settings in Settings > General > Reset >; erase all content and settings; and remove any cases or covers. Users who are running iOS 6 will have to upgrade to iOS 7 after the sleep/wake button mechanism has been replaced, according to Apple. In addition, if there is any damage ...

9. Amazon 3D Smartphone Pics Leaked

47.1%
April 16, 2014
...simulated 3D. It appears the display itself won't project an image so that it is actually 3D. Rather, the feature has more in common with the parallax functionality in Apple's iOS 7 than a 3D TV, according to sources who have spoken to TechCrunch. One of the main issues that Amazon will have to consider -- ...

10. Zebra Tech Buys Motorola Enterprise for $3.45B

17.81%
April 16, 2014
...a sled on it, so why do they need this special-purpose, very expensive Symbol device that’s running Windows CE when I can put the sled on an iPhone 5 running iOS 7 manage it, and not worry about operating system upgrades?” Disabato asks. “Symbol could become irrelevant if it doesn’t reinvent itself. These are used in warehouses ...
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Bounty Offered to Coders for Oculus Rift Bugs
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Google Glass Adds Voice Access to Phone Contacts
The latest update to Google Glass will let users access their top 20 phone contacts with voice commands alone. A user can then choose a phone call, Google hangouts, e-mail or text messaging.
 

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