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Apple reportedly hires sleep expert for iWatch team

It’s looking more and more as if the iWatch will be geared towards activity tracking, with a new report that Apple has hired an expert on sleep research to work on the project.

Analyst: Apple’s iWatch could generate $17.5B in first year

Morgan Stanley analysts estimate the iWatch could generate up to $17.5 billion in first-year sales, outpacing the iPad debut.

New reports bring focus to Apple’s iWatch: Solar charging and an emphasis on health

Little is known about Apple’s rumored smartwatch, but new reports suggest the device could feature wireless charging and track health in a number of ways.

Apple releases iOS 7.0.5 with network fix for iPhones in China

A new iOS update is out — but chances are it’s not for you. iOS 7.0.5 is a small, focused update that corrects network provisioning for some iPhone 5s and iPhone 5c models sold in China. According to Mac Rumors, the update is only available for […]

Here’s the $69 case that lets you use your iPhone for NFC payments

Just days after we spotted the Incipio Cashwrap for iPhone, the case has launched. You can use the $69 accessory to pay for goods wirelessly at ISIS terminals but only if you have an AT&T iPhone for now.

Apple rolling out iWork updates for Mac, iOS and iCloud

The company has added a number of new and features to iWork on the Mac, iOS and iCloud, including password-protected sharing.

Forget screen sizes: What screen resolution might the iPhone 6 have?

Did you hear the reports? Apple's working on a bigger iPhone. That's not a huge surprise but people don't necessarily want a huge phone. And iOS developers don't want yet another resolution to support. Here's how Apple might address the challenge.

WSJ: Apple to release two bigger iPhones, abandon plastic iPhone 5c design

According to the Wall Street Journal, Apple is planning to introduce two new iPhones with bigger screens this year, and scrap the plastic iPhone 5c design.

Leaked screenshots might offer glance at Apple’s iOS in the Car

When Apple announced iOS in the Car back at WWDC in June, it offered relatively few details about how the feature will work, or even what it will look like. There’s some information and press images available on the company’s site, but other than that, details […]

Petnet raises $1.1M to build an internet-connected feeder for cats and dogs

Petnet wants to imbue innocuous pet accessories with intelligence, starting with the food dish.

Lightroom reportedly coming to iPad with $99 yearly subscription

A mobile version of the photo editing suite appeared briefly on Adobe’s site sporting a $99 annual price tag.

The Orange Chef, a quantified-kitchen startup, could make you a better cook

There's a lot to like about The Orange Chef's plan to turn the lowly food scale into a virtual kitchen assistant, but it's larger goal of building creating a connected kitchen is far more elusive.

Nomad ChargeKey review: An iPhone charger you won’t leave home without

Nomad makes it so that you’ll never be far from a charge with a Lightning cable that attaches to your keychain.

Apple reaches $32.5M settlement with FTC over kids’ in-app purchases

Did your kids rack up a bunch of app purchases on Apple devices without your knowledge? You may be eligible for a reason after the company settled an FTC complaint.

More surfing: Google enables data compression for Chrome in Android and iOS

After testing an experimental data saving feature for the past 10 months, Google made it available for everyone today. Using Chrome on Android or iOS with data compression on, Google says you can surf the same as before but use half the amount of data.

Apple patent details optical image stabilization for iPhone cameras

A recently published patent shows that Apple is working on optical image stabilization for future iPhone cameras.

Apple attempts to remove antirust monitor appointed for ebooks case

Apple is looking to remove the antitrust compliance officer appointed last year, after a ruling that the company conspired with publishers to fix ebook prices.

You shall not pass! Take control of your passwords in the new year

Creating and keeping track of quality passwords is more important then ever in the era of massive security breaches; luckily some great tools for Mac, Windows and mobile make this essential task a lot easier.

NSA pwned the iPhone back in 2008

The NSA developed a tool 6 years ago to let it attack the then-new iPhone, according to documents from that time, revealed on Monday by journalist Jacob Appelbaum and Der Spiegel. The tool, DROPOUTJEEP, gave the agency “the ability to remotely push/pull files from the device, […]

Google, Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL: grading their iOS apps for 2013

Google continues to excel on Apple’s own platform by going native on iOS with its online services. Not to be outdone, the likes of Microsoft and Yahoo are closing in while AOL continues to find itself.

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