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Music doesn’t always have to be tightly funneled into our ear canals for us to enjoy it. Audio companies are finding ways to bring a big sound to an open space from a portable package. Add House of Marley to the growing list of Bluetooth, water-resistant speakers currently vying for our listening attention. The eco-friendly […]

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Well that didn’t take very long. A little over a week after Apple announces the iPad Pro with Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories, a leather sleeve has emerged on Kickstarter to nicely pair your new 12.9-inch tablet with the stylus. The new Pad & Pencil is a snazzy case for your iPad Pro made […]

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Apple’s quarterly earnings call is set to take place later today, but one set of figures we’re not expecting to get are the initial Apple Watch sales, which Apple has already acknowledged will be hidden in the “other products” category… Read more ›

Siri can be used to quickly access a huge library of sound effects. Ask it to play fireworks, a babbling brook, or even a machine gun and Apple’s digital assistance will pull out the perfect sound effect. But if you… Read more ›

Apple Music may be a streaming service, but you won’t always need an Internet connection to enjoy it. Apple has confirmed that you’ll also be able to download songs for offline listening, so you can enjoy albums and playlists when… Read more ›

How much profit do you think you’d make per day if you coded a Top 10 paid app in the Mac App Store? $ 10,000? Maybe even $ 20,000 a day? While the iOS App Store has been a gold mine for… Read more ›

We’re starting to learn more about what excommunicated Apple executive Scott Forstall is up to after years of flying under the radar. The former head of iOS is an advisor to Snapchat, and although he will likely continue to be involved… Read more ›

The Apple Watch is now available for pre-orders, and with it Apple has revealed a few more details about the cost of its AppleCare+ service for the wearables — ranging from $ 49 for the cheapest option all the way up… Read more ›

The first reactions to the Apple Watch are hot off the presses and, to be honest, they’re pretty much what I was expecting. There are some nice revelations (battery life isn’t as bad as we feared), some areas to improve… Read more ›

The shiny new watch on Tim Cook’s wrist wasn’t the item that tipped Apple’s hand as it bets on the future of computing. The really big development was what wasn’t in the room: multiple ports on the new ultrathin MacBook.… Read more ›