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Ultra-affordable cloud storage for your whole hard drive and then some [Deals]

Cloud storage has matured into a reliable and sensible solution for keeping data secure and accessible. Also reliable is the high cost of that storage. Thankfully there’s a way to significantly drop the price just by reducing the access speed, like with Zoolz Cold Storage. They’re offering a terabyte of storage for life for just […]

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Play Darth Vader with Siri and get some hilarious responses

The whole tech world is losing its mind with Star Wars mania, and Apple’s no exception. Hidden within Siri is a neat reference to George Lucas’ epic space opera — accessible when you use the iconic “I am your father” line from the end of The Empire Strikes Back. Check out some of Siri’s best responses […]

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You can already pick up the iPad Pro at some Apple Stores

Everything we’d previously heard (including Apple’s own official statement on the matter) suggested that the iPad Pro would be available for ordering today, but that customers would only be able to physically get their hands on one later this week. Well, taking a page out of the “under promise, over deliver” playbook, it turns out […]

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iOS 9.1 update is breaking Touch ID for some users

iOS 9.1 brought a whole lot of new emojis, but some users are complaining that it had another unintended consequence too — breaking their Touch ID fingerprint sensor. Posts on Apple’s Support Communities website claim that the recent update either slows down their Touch ID, or in some cases means it even fails to recognize […]

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Some great ways to keep your cords in one place and in one piece [Deals]

The more time goes by, the more cables we get for new devices or to replace broken ones, and the messier our desks get. We’ve gathered some of the best solutions for keeping your wired things well under control and in working order, like the MOS Cable Organizer. It’s a magnetic hub for keeping your […]

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Some great ways to keep your cords in one place and in one piece [Deals]

The more time goes by, the more cables we get for new devices or to replace broken ones, and the messier our desks get. We’ve gathered some of the best solutions for keeping your wired things well under control and in working order, like the MOS Cable Organizer. It’s a magnetic hub for keeping your […]

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Chipgate fuels anxiety, relief and some laughs over iPhone 6s

Heading to social media to vent about Chipgate, some iPhone 6s owners are upset to discover that not all A9 chips are created equal. Worse, some feel duped by Apple, which used two vendors to supply different versions of the chips in “identical” phones. Others worry about reports of inferior battery life — and some […]

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iPhone 6s availability map shows some interesting gaps

Apple’s new iPhone 6s is poised to take most of the world by storm — and the rest by mail. The company claims that its latest gadget, which had its initial launch on Friday, should be available in 130 countries by the end of the year, and our survey of regional Apple home pages gives […]

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10 native apps that give Apple Watch some independence

The future of computing may be sitting on your wrist, but it’s still tethered to something a little old-fashioned. But as of Monday, the new operating system for the Apple Watch allows it to cut a few of the chords attached to the iPhone. Apple’s OS 2 debuted, giving the watch new super powers but […]

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The new Apple TV will be free to (some) developers

In what appears to be a first, Apple is providing free hardware for software developers. Monday could be the lucky day for a limited number of developers who signed up for the Apple TV Developer Kit. Not only will they get the new hardware six weeks in advance of it going on sale, they’ll get […]

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