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Apple Continues To Aim For Business And Education Markets With iOS 7

With each iteration of Apple’s popular iOS mobile operating system, the company makes it clear that they are serious about business and education users. In the early days of iOS, many segmented the popular platform as more for consumers focused experience as any enterprise features were either lacking or missing all together. Some even suggested [...]

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Here’s What iOS 7 Will Look Like On Your iPad

The guys over at 9to5Mac put together this hands on video of iOS 7 (beta) running on an iPad. While the beta version can (and likely will) still change from the finished product, this gives you a pretty good idea what’s coming later this year. —– You should follow Mike on Twitter for more great tech [...]

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New York Times To Limit How Much You Can Read For Free On Phones And Tablets

If you’re a frequent reader of the New York Times, a new change goes into effect next week that will limit how many articles you can read on your mobile device without paying for a subscription. Beginning one week from today, June 27, the New York Times will only allow mobile users to read 3 [...]

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These iOS 7 Features Were Not Mentioned In The WWDC Keynote

There is only so much you can say in 2+ hours. That was the case at Apple’s annual World Wide Developers Conference keynote on Monday as the technology company highlighted the many changes and upgrades to their mobile OS, iOS 7 along with other Mac software and hardware announcements. What was left out though? What [...]

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The One Email App to Rule Them All: Evomail

For most of us, email is a necessary evil to our daily lives (arguable more evil than necessary). The idea of “inbox zero” is practically a foreign concept. In the time it takes to reply to one email, three more have come in. How do you track, organize and make sense of it all? How [...]

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Not All Apple Devices Will Be Able To Upgrade To iOS 7 — See The List Here

Yesterday, Apple showed us the future of iOS with its seventh major version. Love it or hate it, it’s undoubtedly a departure from the skeuomorphic design language of all previous versions. It’s more flat and less fluff. iOS 7 is available in BETA form for developers already and will be available to the public “this fall” [...]

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Everyone With An iPhone Is Playing Dots — Here’s What You Need To Know About It

Dots, the extremely addicting iPhone game by Betaworks One has been downloaded over 3,000,000 times and now it’s available for iPad. Its simplicity in design and social connectivity generate the formula of a successful app. Your goal is to connect as many of the same color dots in the allotted time to score. It’s one [...]

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Apple WWDC Keynote Date Confirmed: Are You Ready?

Ah, it comes but once a year. No, I’m not talking about Christmas, but for some Apple fans, it might as well be. The event in question is Apple’s annual World Wide Developer Conference, but more specifically, the keynote that kicks it all off. The date of the keynote has been confirmed as Monday, June [...]

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Square Stand Turns Your iPad Into A Real Cash Register

By now, you’ve probably heard of Square, the mobile payments platform that enables you to accept credit or debit cards from your phone or tablet. It works by plugging a small card reader attachment to the headphone jack of your device, then transmitting the data (securely, of course) over the Internet and processing the payment. [...]

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This Is The First Music Video Ever Recorded In Space [VIDEO]

After a five month mission aboard the International Space Station (ISS), astronaut Chris Hadfield and his two crew mates returned to Earth yesterday. But before they did, Commander Hadfield recorded the first music video in outer space: a cover of David Bowie’s ‘Space Oddity’. The video went viral and currently has over 6 million views [...]

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