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Apple releases new image of Campus 2 progress

Apple has released a new aerial image of the continuing progress of its new campus in Cupertino. The image was shared on the city's website, along with updates about how construction will impact the citizenry in the near future. Construction isn't expected to be finished until the fourth quarter of...

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Take a look at the original Apple Watch from 1995

The Apple Watch is just around the corner, ready to usher in a new era of wearable technology for Cupertino. While we wait with bated breath to get our hands on one, here's a look back at the first Apple Watch from 1995. It couldn't control your stereo or read your heartbeat; in keeping with the ...

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Techies play iPhone 6 soccer at CES with an actual iPhone 6

Tech conventions may be full of incredible emerging technology, but they can also be incredibly boring. When you're sick of looking at cases or future technology sometimes all you can do is kick a ball around. Or, if you don't have a ball, maybe an iPhone 6. The folks over at YouTube's Super Fu...

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Retina 5K iMac hits the Apple refurbished store

Apple's Retina 5k iMac is a beast of a machine, both in power and price. If you've been holding off on purchasing one due to its $2,499 starting price, you'll be happy to know there's a cheaper way to buy. The Retina 5k iMac has now hit the Apple online refurbished store in Fusion Drive and flash...

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Be My Eyes is a free app to help the blind "see" through video chat

The iPhone is a wonderful device for the blind and vision impaired. Accessibility options like multitouch VoiceOver, Siri, Speak Screen, Dictation, and Zoom make interacting with iOS possible for these users. Now thanks to a new free app, vision impaired iOS users can use their phones to borrow s...

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In 2012, Kevin Durant explained how to pass the time in Oklahoma City

We don't write about Kevin Durant a lot at TUAW, but we're fans. He's an Olympic gold medalist, NBA All-Star, hero to millions, and a staggering talent on the court. Durant is also gives charming interviews, like this one from 2012 where he was asked about what it's like to live in Oklahoma City. H...

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Good bye $0.99 apps in the Canadian App Store, say hello to $1.19

The days of $0.99 in the Canadian App Store have come to an end, thanks to the falling value of the Canadian loonie. We reported on the impending price increases late last week, with the actual increases starting last Thursday. Apps that were previously $0.99 are now $1.19, a 20% increase. Most...

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Police nab iPod Nano in ATM skimming scheme

What happens to Apple hardware when the company turns its back on its creation? The hardware hits the streets for a life of crime. That's the sad story of this 5th-generation iPod Nano who was caught by the police aiding in a ATM skimming scheme. Thieves attached the Nano to an ATM with duct tape...

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Studio Neat on integrating Apple Pay directly into an app

Studio Neat is the development studio behind Slow Fast Slow, a video-speed-control app that switched from paid to ad-supported last year. Countless app developers before them have made this switch, but Studio Neat took one unusual step; the only ad in the app was for another of the studio's produ...

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OS X Spotlight Search glitch can expose your IP address and other details to spammers

If you use Spotlight Search and the OS X Mail application, you should take a moment to look at your settings. A recently uncovered glitch in Spotlight Search for OS X may leak private information, such as your IP address, to email spammers. The glitch causes Spotlight's preview functionality to i...

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