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Behold the beauty of the Macintosh Programmer's Workshop "About" animation

Macintosh Programmer's Workshop, or MPW to most people who remember it, was a software development tool for the classic Mac OS. It was invaluable for developers looking to build applications for System 1-7.6 and Mac OS 8 and 9, but it had charms beyond being the forefather of everything from...

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YouTube announces "YouTube Music Key" subscription service for $7.99 a month

YouTube has announced the details of its own paid subscription music service, YouTube Music Key, via Billboard. YouTube Music Key allows users to stream videos ad-free and offline for US$9.99 a month after an initial promotion price of $7.99. User subscriptions cover both music videos and...

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Citibank's Deborah Hopkins talks to Bloomberg about Apple Pay partnership

Citibank's chief innovation officer Deborah Hopkins recently sat down with Bloomberg TV's Emily Chang to discuss Citi's investment in mobile payment options like Square and Apple Pay. The Apple Pay portion of the interview begins at 1:54 seconds in the video below, but even the previous sections...

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Google Inbox is a handy way to optimize your Gmail with a few caveats

Google's recently launched Inbox mail app for iOS is still in its public beta phase, but after using it for a few weeks it's obvious the app is on its way to becoming something special. That is, if you're in the app's target demographic. For the average email user, Inbox may prove handy during...

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Instagram expands Explore tab, adds editing for captions and location

Instagram has released a new update which expands the Explore tab within the app along with finally introducing much needed editing features for captions. While the image sharing service is known for its quick app and powerful photo filter options, for years the service has been plagued by a lack...

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Swype keyboard for iOS is free for a limited time

One of the big additions of iOS 8 was the introduction of third party keyboards for typing. There are lots of options out there at different price points, but right now you can get one of the best keyboards on the market for free. It's called Swype and it's wonderful. The Swype keyboard...

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CBS News added to Apple TV

Apple TV has added another news station to its repertoire. A new update has brought the CBS News channel to the service. The channel should show up in your options the next time you turn on the set. The channel offers a mix of streaming news content from the brand-new CBSN streaming news...

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Drunk Tech Review reviews the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

Drunk Tech Review is at the forefront of the drunken tech journalism movement. Okay, they're probably the only members of the drunken tech journalism movement -- at least openly -- but they do good work. Someone has to review tech from the stand point of a knowledgeable but degenerate drunk. Will...

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Chartcube turns spreadsheets into stories and conversations

Spreadsheets are invaluable tools for sharing, explaining, and quantifying information, but they're a pain to present to other people. If you want to share data from an Excel document during a presentation, you usually have to cut and paste charts from Excel into Powerpoint, which limits exactly...

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Neato lets you take notes, send messages, and more from your iOS 8 widgets

For writers and business minded users everywhere, the iPhone is as much a note taking tool as it is a phone, web, or email device. The only hitch is having to open an app every time you want to take a note, though thanks to a new iOS 8 widget this everyday task can be done much faster. Neato...

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