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This Apple 3.0 poster is a must-have for every Apple fan

When I spotted he Insanely Great History of Apple 3.0 poster over at Pop Chart Lab, it jumped out at me as being the best gift ever for the Apple fan, especially for one who already has every Apple gadget under the sun. The 28" x 42" print includes...

One-day sale knocks $75 off two-dozen Apple iMac with Retina 5K display configurations

In the spirit of Halloween, AI has teamed up with one of Apple's leading Authorized Resellers to offer a "spooktacular" $75 in instant savings on two dozen different configurations of Apple's brand new iMac with Retina 5K display, joining an earlier offer that knocks $150 off the baseline retail model.

A trip to Turn 10, the Forza studio merging car culture with games

Car and track modeling, collabs with companies worldwide, plus what's in the parking lot.

BENEDICT EVANS: 'Mobile Is Eating the World'

Andreessen Horowitz partner Benedict Evans is a mobile expert. He analyzes what mobile means for future tech businesses, giving out quick insights and figuring out what the next big thing will be. Evans is excellent at crunching numbers and visually displaying what that data means in a meaningful way that makes sense. Show More Summary

Users report slow Wi-Fi, dropped connections after upgrading to Apple's OS X Yosemite

Apple's new Mac operating system, OS X Yosemite, appears to have bugs related to Wi-Fi connections, with users reporting slow transfer speeds and dropped signals after upgrading.

The 7 most terrifying games you should play on Halloween

If dressing up as a ghost and going to a party doesn’t quite give you the fright you were hoping for on Halloween, how about staying in and scaring yourself silly with some of the most terrifying games you’ll ever play? … Read more ...

Homophobic politician wants to ban Tim Cook from Russia for life

It was only a matter of time. Just a few hours after Tim Cook bravely and historically made his sexuality open, the gay-bashing has already begun. Where? In Russia, where Vitaly Milonov, the politican behind Russia’s anti-gay laws and the … Read more ›

A San Francisco Duo Is Making Test-Tube Milk That 'Tastes Like The Real Thing'

Milk is popular. And has been for centuries. Whether a refreshing, cold glass with a chocolate chip cookie, steamed and poured over a morning coffee, or used to make batter for pancakes, milk is a staple in many people's kitchens, as well as an important source of nutrients. Show More Summary

Add some flash to your sports photos with Winz

The next time you are at a game or watching a game on TV or out with friends you can improve your photos of the event with Winz, a free universal app that enhances the sports photos you share through social media outlets. Winz requires iOS 7.0. Open...

The Switchboard: Judge rules police can compel a defendant to give up a fingerprint, but not a passcode

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. Police can require cellphone fingerprint, not pass code. "A Circuit Court judge has ruled that a criminal defendant can be compelled to give up his fingerprint, but not his pass code, to allow police to open and search his cellphone," […]

The Switchboard: Judge rules police can compel a defendant to give up a fingerprint, but not a passcode

Published every weekday, the Switchboard is your morning helping of hand-picked stories from the Switch team. Police can require cellphone fingerprint, not pass code. "A Circuit Court judge has ruled that a criminal defendant can be compelled to give up his fingerprint, but not his pass code, to allow police to open and search his cellphone," […]

U.S. court rules that phone passcodes are protected by the 5th Amendment, but fingerprints aren’t

While Touch ID makes sense for most of us as a secure and convenient way to protect our phones, there is one group of people who may want to stick to good old-fashioned passcodes: criminals. A Virginia District Court has ruled that while phone passcodes are protected by the 5th Amendment, which says that those […]

Beware two-factor authentication using SMS forwarding

The Continuity features, and SMS Relay in particular, are my favorite part of Yosemite so far. Using my iMac as a giant speakerphone is beyond awesome, and group texts in Messages can finally include the one BlackBerry-toting holdout among my...

‘Run Sackboy! Run!’ Reunites Us With LittleBigPlanet’s Hero

Remember that little knitted creature in the popular game LittleBigPlanet? The game’s name is so apt because as little as the creatures may seem, the game became quite big it had 3 versions for the PlayStation plus other versions. If...Show More Summary

BT’s Trajectory: From Telephony Firm to Content Provider

For the 168-year-old company and former state-run monopoly known as British Telecom, telephony is no longer its primary focus, growth engine or revenue stream.

Large Apple Store in Lille, France expected to open next month

French site MacG reports that a new Apple Store in Lille, northern France, looks set to open next month. Apple has put up the black hoardings that usually appear in the final weeks of preparing a new retail store for opening …  The store, located on rue Faidherbe, will be a relatively large one for France, […]

Police In Germany Are Trying To Stop Armed Warfare Between Rival File-Sharing Gangs

Police in Germany have issued an international arrest warrant for two brothers who are accused of carrying out a series of violent crimes as part of an online turf war between rival "torrent" filesharing websites. TorrentFreak reports...Show More Summary

Why Tim Cook’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ Essay Means So Much to the Workplace

Tim Cook made history, becoming the first openly gay CEO on the Fortune 500 list. But for many gay people across the country, coming out at work isn't so easy. The post Why Tim Cook’s ‘Proud to Be Gay’ Essay Means So Much to the Workplace appeared first on WIRED.

Microsoft Could Still Win the Future of Health Wearables

Can Microsoft compete with Google, Apple, and so many others in the ever-expanding world of wearable health gizmos? J.P. Gownder thinks so—if the company can make good on its promise to closely analyze all the data streaming from its new Microsoft Band wearable. Show More Summary

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