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Tim Cook made his second appearance last night (05/29) on the D: All Things Digital stage, and while he didn’t talk about any new products, he did agree that wearable computing is a big deal, even if he thinks Google Glass is not. Click below to watch the complete interview.  

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AT&T has always been hesitant to allow customers to use video chat applications on its cellular network. The company previously blocked Apple’s FaceTime service from iPhone devices, only recently allowing customers on a tiered data plan to use the feature. AT&T further angered customers when it blocked Android users from using the video chatting feature […]

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Apple today (05/17) released new updates for iTunes 11.0.3 and iMovie 9.0.9 iTunes has several new improvements including: MiniPlayer now includes a beautiful new view that shows off your album artwork. In addition, a progress bar is now built right into the MiniPlayer. Improved Songs View. You can now enjoyer your album artwork while in […]

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Apple® announced that customers have downloaded over 50 billion apps* from the revolutionary App Store℠. Customers are downloading more than 800 apps per second at a rate of over two billion apps per month on the App Store. The 50 billionth app was Say the Same Thing by Space Inch, LLC, which was downloaded by […]

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“We’ve seen plenty of Bill Gates on television, but we’d never seen him get emotional before,” CBS News reports. “It was a striking, yet subtle moment in Gates’ 60 Minutes interview this week when Charlie Rose asked him about his longtime business rival, the late Steve Jobs. Gates grew emotional as he recalled visiting Jobs […]

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“Deutsche Telekom said Wednesday it stopped losing U.S. customers in the first quarter after it dropped conventional two-year contracts, the German company said Wednesday. The company, which had been losing contract customers, switched to a new “un-carrier” approach in March and started selling phones on installment plans. Branded customers rose by a slight 3,000; overall, […]

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A lot of us still use computers running older versions of popular 3rd party software including Microsoft Office 2004 (Word & Excel), AppleWorks, Filemaker, Quickbooks and more. These apps work with Mac OS X 10.6.8 and earlier. But with the newer operating systems and being able to use and sync with iCloud (OS X 10.7 […]

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