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Zoom in on the heat with Seek Thermal’s Seek XR

Focus on objects at close range or up to 2,000 feet away. The post Zoom in on the heat with Seek Thermal’s Seek XR appeared first on AppleTell.

iPhone may have accounted for 50% of U.S. smartphone activations last quarter

Next week Apple will release its earnings from the 2014 holiday quarter and, per usual, the key figure analysts will be honing in on will be iPhone sales. By all accounts, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus release has been a sweeping success. On Wall St...

9to5Toys Lunch Break: App of the Week, Retina MacBook Pro $200 off, Portable MacBook battery $80, more

Keep up with the best gear and deals on the web by signing up for the 9to5Toys Newsletter. Also, be sure to check us out on: Twitter, RSS Feed, Facebook, Google+ and Safari push notifications. Today’s can’t miss deals: iTunes Free App...Show More Summary

Apple's OS X 10.10.2 to Fix Security Vulnerabilities Exposed by Google's Project Zero

Google's security team, Project Zero, this week disclosed to the public several security vulnerabilities in OS X, some three months after the issue were shared with Apple (via Ars Technica). While Apple has not commented officially on...Show More Summary

The Best Free Apps for January 23, 2015

A little bit of everything this week, including Minecraft Reality. The post The Best Free Apps for January 23, 2015 appeared first on AppleTell.

Apple CEO Tim Cook made $9.2M in 2014; board member Drexler retiring

It's not a big surprise, but Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't exactly a poor man. In the company's filed SEC Schedule 14A, it was disclosed that Cook pulled in a cool US$9,222,638 in compensation last year. Of that amount, $1,748,462 was his salary, non-equi...

Review: Libratone’s second-generation Loop brings Bluetooth to the AirPlay-only Danish speaker family

AirPlay isn’t dead as a wireless speaker standard, but it’s not exactly healthy: many models have been discontinued, and new releases have all but stopped. Having previously gone all-in with AirPlay, Danish designer speaker maker Libratone is now rolling out updated versions of its circular Loop, tube-shaped Zipp, and triangular Live systems that augment AirPlay […]

Apple hires Burberry’s VP of Digital Retail initiatives ahead of Watch launch

Apple has made yet another key hire from the fashion industry: Chester Chipperfield, the Vice President of Digital and Interactive Design at Burberry. Chipperfield was “responsible for User Experience and Digital Design for all channels” and was “highly involved in digital retail initiatives” at Burberry, according to his LinkedIn profile. Show More Summary

Google's Project Zero reveals three new zero-day exploits in Apple's OS X

An internal software security research team at Google has publicly revealed three of recently-discovered zero-day exploits in Apple's Mac OS X desktop operating system, though the severity of each vulnerability is unknown.

Apple Watch wins our wrists and we party with Patrick Stewart On The CultCast

This week: why Apple Watch will win the wrist war; we snap a pic with Patrick Stewart but he’s NOT amused; the good and bad of a Lucas-free Star Wars 7; Microsoft’s new Hololens looks incredible; and we reveal some … Read more ›

Sprint targeting T-Mobile customers w/ $200 min. trade-in offer for switchers

Just one day after T-Mobile unveiled its Smartphone Equality program letting loyal customers avoid credit checks, Sprint has announced a new promotion specifically targeting T-Mobile customers with an offer to make switching carriers easier. Show More Summary

Amazon Prime will be just $72 tomorrow

At $99 a year, Amazon Prime is a killer deal — especially if you do a lot of online shopping. But it’s going to get even better tomorrow, January 24, when you’ll be able to bag a one-year subscription for just … Read more ›

Should Apple be Legally Obligated to Develop Apps for Rival Operating Systems?

We all know that net neutrality has been a hot topic of late with content providers, broadband service companies, and the Federal Communications Commission butting heads with one another over the future of the Internet. But earlier this week BlackBerry CEO John Chen posted a letter that he sent to members of the U.S. Show More Summary

Apple Took Half of U.S. Phone Activations in Q4 2014 as Demand Stays Strong

Both analysts and metrics are suggesting Apple will report record-breaking iPhone sales for the just-ended December 2014 calendar quarter, and new data released today by Consumer Intelligence Research Partners reveals the Cupertino company...Show More Summary

Apple may permit security inspects of products by Chinese government

The Beijing News is reporting today that Apple's Tim Cook has agreed to security inspections of his company's products by Chinese government officials. According to MacRumors, the inspections will concentrate on identifying back doors that would allo...

Review: Moshi iGlaze Armour for iPhone 6

Everything Moshi fans want in an iPhone 6 case...except color. The post Review: Moshi iGlaze Armour for iPhone 6 appeared first on AppleTell.

5 super quick iPhoto tips to make your photos even better

iPhoto is a free download for everyone these days, making it an affordable bit of kit for dealing with the deluge of photographic data we seem to collect everywhere. Even still, it’s oft overlooked by the best of us because … Read more ›

Abstract Sunday on Instagram offers glimpse into artist’s brain

Artists don’t always explain themselves well. Even acclaimed illustrator Christoph Niemann, who can articulate the mysteries of creativity better than many, doesn’t always understand the moment when the head, heart and eyes merge with skills and gifts to produce a … Read more ›

ICYMI: With HomeKit on horizon, home automation is about to get real

Fresh off his deep dive into CES, Alex takes on home automation and how HomeKit may just change everything, making the dream of an easy, ubiquitous home future a reality. Rob takes a look at a new game that turns … Read more ›

Google updates Docs, Sheets, and Slides with new features and improved security

Google has released an updated versions of its Docs, Sheets, and Slides apps which allow users to manage the files within their Google Drive. On the security front all three apps now support Touch ID unlocking in iOS. Accessibility has been enhanced...

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