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[How To] Setup Apple Pay on Your iPhone with iOS 8.1

With the release of iOS 8.1 today, you can now use your iPhone 6 or iPhone 6 Plus to make contactless payments at supported retailers, without ever having to pull out your wallet. In the video above, my friend JohnRoss shows a quick demo ordering some terrible food at McDonalds, and paying with his Chase [...]

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[How To] Make and Receive Calls Through Your iPhone, On Your Mac, via Continuity

One of the big new features, called Continuity, rolling out with OS X Yosemite is the ability for Mac users to make and receive phone calls, to or from their iPhone, with their Mac. It’s a feature that really drives home the tight integration Apple is going for between desktop and mobile, and one of [...]

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Everything You Need to Know About Google’s New Nexus 6

The latest and greatest Android experience is always found via Google’s Nexus lineup of devices. Since Google owns Android, these devices always get the latest version of the operating system before any other. Dating back to 2009, the company has partnered with different major OEMs to produce on device for a pure Android experience. These [...]

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iOS 8.1 is Available Now – Here’s Everything That’s New and How to Get It

Today as promised, Apple pushed iOS 8.1 for iPhone and iPad users. The software update includes a slew of bug fixes from versions 8.0.1 and 8.0.2, and also several new features. You can find the full changelog below. However, there are a couple notable features that stand out, and ones we’ve been looking forward to [...]

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Here’s a Recap of Everything from Apple’s Latest Announcement, Plus the Keynote Video

Yesterday, at its headquarters in Cupertino, CA, Apple announced new iPads, new iMacs, a new Mac Mini, and some final updates on OS X Yosemite and iOS 8. Here’s a recap of all the highlights. iPad, iPhone, and iOS 8 iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus were the biggest iPhone launch in the company’s history. [...]

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Apple’s New iPad Air 2: Here’s What’s New and How it Compares to the One You Already Have

Highlights New A8X Chip Offers 40% Faster Performance Upgraded Camera Offers Burst Mode for Photos & 120 fps Slow-Motion Videos Apple Pay Functionality for Paying Online with Your iPad Pricing starts at $499; Pre-Orders Begin Oct. 17; On Sale on Oct. 24. During a media event today at the company’s Cupertino headquarters, Apple announced an updated iPad Air, [...]

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iPad Mini 3: What’s New, And How it’s Different From Last Year’s Model

Highlights Apple Pay and Touch ID for Paying Online and Within Apps on Your iPad Pricing starts at $399; Pre-Orders Begin tomorrow, Oct. 17; On Sale on Friday, Oct. 24. In addition to announcing the new iPad Air 2, Apple also unveiled an updated iPad mini, the third-generation of the smaller tablet. As such, it’s [...]

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The New 27-inch iMac Packs a Retina 5k Display; 7 Times as Many Pixels as Your TV

In addition to two new iPads, new versions of iOS 8 and Mac OS X Yosemite, Apple also unveiled the long-awaited iMac with Retina Display. Apple skipped right over 4k Cinema quality and crammed in an astounding 14.7 million pixels — that’s seven times more than your 1080p TV. To save you the math, that [...]

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Mac OS X Yosemite is Go for Launch – Available to All for Free TODAY

In addition to announcing two new iPads today, Apple also gave the green light on OS X Yosemite, the new operating system for its Mac lineup of personal computers. OS X Yosemite was first announced at Apple’s Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) in June. Yosemite builds upon many of the features first introduced with its predecessor, [...]

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Mark Zuckerberg and Other Tech Titans Donate Millions to Help Fight the Spread of Ebola

So far, more than 4,000 people have died from this year’s Ebola outbreak in west Africa. The disease has since reportedly spread to the U.S. and parts of Europe. The World Health Organization says it needs more than $1 billion dollars to help stop the spread of the lethal virus. Currently, according to the World [...]

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