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Office for iPad updates with support for monthly subscriptions

09/02, 1:40pm

Includes Home, Personal tiers

Microsoft has today updated the Office iPad apps -- including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint -- with in-app purchases of monthly Office 365 subscriptions. These are divided into Personal and Home tiers. The first costs $7 per month, and is limited to one iPad and one PC/Mac. It does however come with 1TB of cloud storage, and 60 minutes of Skype calling to cellphones and landlines.

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Briefly: PDF Forms 3.0, SWISS Airlines to use iPad in cockpit

09/02, 12:40pm

PDF Forms 3.0 released, adds signature scanner

PDF Forms has released a new version of its PDF processor app for iOS. Allowing users to fill forms, add remarks and notes to the ready document, PDF Forms also facilitates adding hand-written signatures that can be reused if saved. Access to documents and signatures can be password protected, and new files can be created from previously generated forms with reordered pages or split filled documents. PDF Forms v3.0 includes a built-in signature scanner, simplifying digitizing signatures. A new annotation toolbar has been added, as well as minor bug fixes. Priced at $9, PDF Forms requires iOS 6.0 or later.

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Uber Germany facing shutdown country wide, appealing order

09/02, 9:26am

New court order issued last week held in abeyance until appeal heard

Ridesharing app Uber is facing yet another shutdown order in Germany, this time, encompassing the entire country. A preliminary injunction to stop service nationwide has been applied against the company since the end of last week over what the court calls a lack of appropriate permits and insurance carried by the drivers. Uber is appealing, and will not shut down while it waits for a hearing.

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Elgato launches trio of HomeKit compatible home automation devices

09/02, 8:01am

Eve sensors for condition monitoring, Avea smartbulb, and Smart Power revealed

Elgato will be showcasing a new line of app-powered accessory products at the IFA trade show. The new products will enable iPhone and iPad users to control and monitor the home, modify the lighting atmosphere, and recharge mobile devices when away from a plug. Elgato Eve, allows users the capability to monitor conditions in the home. The intelligent LED bulb Avea, gives dynamic mood lighting at home. The intelligent battery Smart Power offers self-monitoring capabilities of charge and other parameters to make sure it is always ready to refill mobile devices. 

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Briefly: IMDb, THX Tune-Up apps for iOS updated

08/30, 11:43pm

Internet Movie Database app for iOS improves showtime search, TV listings

The Internet Movie Database (IMDb) has released an updated version of its app for iOS, adding new features and removing some existing ones. The app allows users to find showtimes, watch trailers, and browse photos and celebrity information. IMDb v4.4 adds new showtimes refinements, improving its search function, and its updates to instant watch, "on disc" and TV listings aim to make it easier for users to easily find content they are seeking to view. The "On DVD/Blu-ray" pages are being retired, with IMDb citing that its data source was not adequate. Free to download, IMDb is available for devices running iOS 7.0 or later.

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Briefly: Wipeout 2 for iOS and Android, Spotify Connect updates

08/30, 12:04pm

Action platforming game Wipeout 2 available for iOS, Android

Activision Publishing has released its action platforming game Wipeout 2, available for iOS and Android devices, as well as for Kindle Fire. Based on the competition TV series "Wipeout," players dodge environmental hazards and challenge to complete each level as fast as possible. Players can choose from 10 playable characters, including Zombie, Pirate and Popstar, with 150 themed obstacles and 135 new levels. Free to download, Wipeout 2 is available on iTunes, Google Play and the Amazon App Store.

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Friday Deals: MacBook Air, iPad Air, Kindle Fire HDX, iTunes, more

08/29, 2:43pm

Electronista and MacNN Weekly deals for August 29, 2014

Once again, its time for Friday Deals! Every Friday, we're going to take a look at current sales, and bring you what we think are some of the best bargains on prime apps, gadgets, and peripherals for you, the discriminating MacNN and Electronista reader. All prices are verified at the time of publication, but any sales may not be valid if you're reading a few days down the line. Check pricing before you click buy! As this is a big back-to-school sale week (plus PAX!), we're expecting more deals on things -- check back often over the weekend!

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Briefly: Original Bioshock for iOS, Notability app comes to Mac

08/28, 7:06pm

Note-taking iOS app Notability jumps to OS X, offers iCloud syncing

Notability, an iOS app well-regarded for its ability to handle multiple ways of taking notes -- audio recordings, handwriting, drag-and-drop and typing -- has arrived on the Mac. The OS X version ($10) matches the iPad and iPhone version feature-for-feature, but is optimized for the Mac environment. Users can drag in various file types to add to the note, scale and transform handwriting and sketches, and -- new to the program -- work with smart keyboard shortcuts. The iOS version is also available as a separate $3 purchase.

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Uber prevails in German court, yet service called 'probably illegal'

08/28, 3:20pm

Operations can resume, but judge's ruling will be troublesome for future hearings

The Hamburg, Germany court system has reauthorized Uber to operate, at least temporarily. Despite the resurrection, which was based on a technicality, the court did dictate that the service was "probably illegal" as drivers for the service lack a passenger transportation license, similar to the situation that Lyft faced in New York City.

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Briefly: PayPal's 25 percent off UK iTunes cards, DJ Player updated

08/27, 12:56pm

PayPal offering discounted UK iTunes cards at 25 percent off

PayPal is currently offering digital iTunes cards at 25 percent off for UK customers. Users can purchase iTunes codes to redeem for music, films, TV programs, games, apps and more from the iTunes Store, iBooks Store and the App Store. Content purchased can be accessed on iOS devices and Mac or PC computers. The discount offer is available until tonight at 11:59 BST.

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USA Today iOS app reveals future CarPlay compatibility update

08/26, 6:19pm

Audio versions of articles temporarily suspended for changeover

The USA Today newspaper app for iOS is temporarily removing the program's ability to feature audio versions of top articles, revealing that the reason is due to a change of serving technology needed to prepare a forthcoming update of the app to be CarPlay-compatible. In the current update of the app, the announcement was buried in the program's release notes, and there is no mention of when the audio feature will return.

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Briefly: Dropbox iOS update, Thunderbolt 2 SATA Adapters

08/25, 11:45pm

Dropbox update for iOS adds higher fidelity previews for Word and PowerPoint documents

Cloud storage platform Dropbox has updated its iOS app today. Allowing users to access any file saved to their Dropbox from an iOS device, v3.3 can now offer search within Word and PowerPoint documents. Larger animated GIFs are supported, and improved caching allows the app to use less data and disk space.

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Google debuts Slides app for iOS, updates Docs and Sheets

08/25, 2:19pm

Fills out iOS productivity suite

Google is today launching a new iOS app, Slides. Much like Microsoft PowerPoint, Slides lets people create and edit presentations. Because these files are stored in the cloud, users can start work on one device and continue on another, including via the Slides web app. Collaboration features let several people work on a presentation simultaneously; any changes to a file are saved automatically, and the app can work both on and offline. Offline changes are uploaded after reconnection.

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Briefly: New Magnus iPad stand, Pac-Man Friends mobile game launches

08/24, 1:06pm

Magnus iPad stand uses magnets to hold tablet in place

Ten One Design has announced the release of its new iPad stand, Magnus, which uses magnets to hold the tablet in place. Designed to work with iPad Air, the low-profile stand features aluminum finishing and is minimally visible from the front of the tablet. Its rubberized magnetic grip protects the refined aluminum enclosure of the iPad from unwanted scratches, additionally providing surface traction. Weighing less than two ounces, its 22-degree viewing angle offers a suitable positioning for viewing in landscape mode. The Magnus Air is priced at $40.

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Apple expands Volume Purchasing to 16 more countries

08/23, 3:27pm

Effort expanding as expected to Hong Kong, Mexco, Sweden, Turkey, others

As expected, Apple has grown its Volume Purchase Program for institutions seeking apps and iBooks to 16 new countries. Effective immediately, the program is available in Belgium, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Luxembourg, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Singapore, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, and the United Arab Emirates.

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Friday Deals: 3TB hard drive, BoinxTV, HDTVs with gift card, more!

08/22, 12:45pm

Electronista and MacNN weekly deals for August 22, 2014

Once again, its time for Friday Deals! Every Friday, we're going to take a look at current sales, and bring you what we think are some of the best bargains on prime apps, gadgets, and peripherals for you, the discriminating MacNN and Electronista reader. All prices are verified at the time of publication, but any sales may not be valid if you're reading a few days down the line. Check pricing before you click buy! We have a tendency to add deals over the weekend as we find them, so check back often!

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Apple removes anonymous Secret app from Brazilian App Store

08/21, 10:10pm

Company complies with only half of judge's controversial order

Following a ruling by a Brazilian judge that anonymous social apps such as Secret violate the Brazilian constitution, Apple has removed the program from the App Store in that country, citing that its own guidelines require that apps comply with local laws in the country they're sold in. In addition to Apple, the judge ordered Google and Microsoft to also remove the app or similar apps. There has not, however, been any reports of Apple or the other companies remotely deleting the app from users' devices.

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Briefly: Google Play Music iOS update, N3twork personal TV network

08/21, 7:30pm

Google Play Music for iOS adds library deletions, improved management

Google Play Music has updated its app for iOS devices, featuring improved library management and additional functionality. Google Play Music is a music streaming subscription service, featuring access to millions of songs and custom radio stations. The latest version (1.3.2.2559) allows users to remove content from their library. The "Thumbs Up" playlist can now be sorted in reverse chronological order, and overall library management has been improved to include fewer duplicates, and better playback to avoid skipping audio. Additional accessibility features are also included. The app is free to download, with music subscription priced at $10 monthly.

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Briefly: Walmart iPhone sale, new Tesla car-starting app

08/21, 12:52am

Walmart puts iPhone 5c up for $1, iPhone 5s for $79 under contract

Giant retailer Walmart has lowered the cost of the 16GB iPhone 5c to a mere 97 cents as part of what appears to be an early move to clear stock ahead of the arrival of the iPhone 6, or to bring in back-to-school shoppers. The chain has also lowered the price on the 16GB iPhone 5s to $79, cut from $99 previously. Both offers require signing a new two-year contract with either AT&T, Verizon or Sprint (T-Mobile is not included in this promotion).

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Briefly: FEMA's Spanish-language app, PopChar X 6.6 supports Unicode

08/20, 5:18pm

FEMA launches free Spanish-language app, offers disaster information

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has launched a free Spanish-language app that provides disaster-related information for families and communities. Key features of the app include preparation-related safety tips for events such as flooding, hurricanes, tornadoes and other disasters, and an emergency meeting location tool that allows users to plan primary, secondary and out of state meeting locations. Users can locate a disaster recovery center after a Major Disaster Declaration with Individual Assistance has been issued. The feature provides information about how to offer volunteer services, as well as donations. The app is available to download through iTunes.

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New malware stealing advertising revenue from jailbroken iOS devices

08/20, 9:08am

Package changes developer ad ID with that of assailant with Cydia Substrate

A new piece of malware has started infecting jailbroken iOS devices earlier this year. The "AdThief" or "Spad" package hijacks advertising clicks and revenue, and redirects them to the author of the package, rather than the developer who inserted the advertising in the first place. The malware is simple and low profile -- it replaces the developer's ID with the attacker's ID. Mobile ad kits targeted by the AdThief malware are mostly from Chinese vendors, with four in the US, and a pair in India.

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Briefly: Zinio adds batch downloading, Lensbaby LM-10 for iOS

08/19, 6:54pm

Digital magazine newsstand adds batch downloading feature

Zinio, a digital magazine newsstand platform, has released an update for its iOS app. Users can read magazine issues as soon as they are available, and sync their library offline and across devices. Zinio v2.8 features batch downloading, meaning that multiple magazines can be queued to download. Magazine thumbnails now appear larger in one's Library, and featured articles from Explore can be shared more easily via Facebook, Twitter or by email.

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Briefly: Nguyen's Swing Copters, Dr. Dre accepts ALS challenge

08/19, 1:24am

Dre takes time off new movie filming to accept CEO Tim Cook's challenge

Apple employee and Beats CEO Dr. Dre took time out from the filming of a biopic on his original band, entitled Straight Outta Compton, to answer the challenge of Apple CEO Tim Cook and get a bucket of ice water poured on his head as part of a fundraising drive by the ALS Association to fight ALS, or "Lou Gehrig's Disease." The YouTube video, posted to the Beats channel, also features director Gary Gray pouring the water.

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Pokemon collectible card game coming to iPad later this year

08/16, 9:20am

Gameplay appears to follow decade-old collectible card game

Nintendo property The Pokemon Trading Card Game is coming to the iPad. Following a tease of the game during the Pokemon World Championships currently underway in Washington DC, official representatives have confirmed the title, and that it is coming out on the iPad "later this year." The Pokemon Company has several properties on iOS, but this will be the first game to appear on the platform.

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Friday Deals: 4TB Hard Drive, Amazon gift cards, Chromecast, more!

08/15, 2:30pm

Weekly Electronista and MacNN deals for August 15, 2014

Once again, its time for Friday Deals! Every Friday, we're going to take a look at current sales, and bring you what we think are some of the best bargains on prime apps, gadgets, and peripherals for you, the discriminating MacNN and Electronista reader. All prices are verified at the time of publication, but any sales may not be valid if you're reading a few days down the line. Check pricing before you click buy! We have a tendency to add deals over the weekend as we find them, so check back often!

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Hands on: Lego Mindstorms EV3 for iOS, Android

08/14, 12:10pm

Latest Lego robotics generation gives, and takes away

With kids in the house, we're about hip-deep in Lego here, including some past iterations of the Lego Robotics kits. Late last year, Lego released the newest iteration of its Mindstorms set -- the Mindstorms EV3. Coming in at $349, the app-enabled kit purports to teach children (and tech writers) about practical robotics. Does the kit do what it says, or is it destined to be stepped on in the middle of the night by irate parents?

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Briefly: Shazam for iOS rolls out Beats Music feature, Mailbox 2.1

08/13, 11:12pm

Beats Music "Listen Now" feature rolling out for Shazam on iOS

The iOS version of Shazam has begun to roll out a new "Listen Now" feature from Beats Music. The music streaming service integration allows users to tag a song with Shazam, and then immediately play it in Beats Music. A subscription is required to Beats Music to utilize this new feature, however a 14-day free trial of the service is available.

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Briefly: Uber's 'Cruise Control' update, Spotify, Bandpage integrate

08/13, 4:47pm

Uber updated, adds new destination entry, turn-by-turn navigation

Cab ordering service Uber has released an update for its app, adding new features the company calls "Cruise Control" for both the rider and driver versions. For riders, the update includes a new destination entry that allows the driver to automatically see what users have entered at pick-up time. Drivers can now enable turn-by-turn navigation for the destination provided by the rider, eliminating the need for third-party navigation apps. The aim of the update is to improve the efficiency of cab rides for both drivers and riders alike. The features are now live for iOS and Android users.

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Good Technology reports jump in government, financial use of iPads

08/12, 10:34pm

Apple's iOS very slowly losing ground, but still overwhelmingly dominant in enterprise

A new report from Good Technology on enterprise mobile use has shown that Apple's iOS continues to be the overwhelmingly dominant choice of systems for corporate mobility, with some 88 percent of all business app activations and 90 percent of tablet activations on the platform. However, Android apps climbed to 12 percent of app activations, a gain of four percentage points from the previous quarter, while Android devices climbed to 32 percent of activations versus iOS' 67 percent.

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Briefly: Valiant Hearts: The Great War for iOS, Peel's iPhone update

08/12, 4:25pm

Puzzle-adventure game Valiant Hearts: The Great War launches for iOS September 4th

Ubisoft has announced today that Valiant Hearts: The Great War will release on September 4 for iOS devices. Set during World War I, the puzzle-adventure game features characters whose narratives are interlinked. Players aim to survive the trenches alongside their canine companions. The new mobile version introduces intuitive touch controls that accommodate the format of mobile devices. Upon release, the game will be available through the App Store.

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Beats Music now being pushed to new iOS device users

08/12, 3:03pm

Title appears as official Apple app

People setting up an iOS 7 device for the first time are now seeing Beats Music among the list of recommended Apple apps, according to anecdotes. The App Store splash page is otherwise full of titles like iBooks, Podcasts, Find My iPhone, and the iWork suite. Notably Beats Music is the only one to require payments, since it's based on monthly subscription plans.

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Briefly: OpenTable launches meal-pay service, Facebook Paper update

08/11, 10:02pm

OpenTable expands meal-pay service from pilot, to be available to 20 new cities

Restaurant reservations app OpenTable has announced the expansion of its payment service to an additional 20 cities by 2015. Originally launched as a pilot program in San Francisco, OpenTable's new service allows diners at participating restaurants to add a credit card to the app, and then pay their bill quickly with a few taps. The expansion is beginning with New York City, with the rest of the national expansion to follow.

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Briefly: Snagajob app, Evernote transfers Fotopedia users over

08/09, 8:14pm

Snagajob job listing database launches app

American hourly-employment marketplace service, Snagajob, has announced the release of its free app this week. Designed for job seekers, Snagajob for iOS utilizes the video, photo and GPS technology of smartphones and tablets. Users can record and upload short clips of themselves to include with applications; the same can be done with photos. The app can locate all available positions in the user's area, simplifying the job search.

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Spotify expands to Canada, offers invites to selected customers

08/08, 6:35pm

Trial period will be free, pricing expected to be similar to US premium cost

Roughly a month after first announcing its expansion into Canada, subscription streaming music service Spotify is now sending invites to people who signed up to receive notification when the service was imminent. Invitations are currently still on a limited basis, but the company is testing the service in Canada presently, Electronista has verified. Canada is not yet officially listed on the company's website as one of the countries it serves, but an official debut is expected in the coming weeks.

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Weekly Deals: productivity apps, educational Doxie scanner, more

08/08, 2:10pm

Electronista and MacNN Weekly deals for August 8, 2014

Once again, its time for Friday Deals! Every Friday, we're going to take a look at current sales, and bring you what we think are some of the best bargains on prime apps, gadgets, and peripherals for you, the discriminating MacNN and Electronista reader. All prices are verified at the time of publication, but any sales may not be valid if you're reading a few days down the line. Check pricing before you click buy! We have a tendency to add deals over the weekend as we find them, so check back often!

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Apple runs 'limited-time' sale on 20 iOS productivity apps

08/08, 10:14am

Clear, Notability, Fantastical 2 among notable entries

On the iOS App Store, Apple is now running a "limited-time" sale on 20 productivity apps. Most of the titles are well-established, such as Realmac's Clear, Ginger Labs' Notability, and Flexibits' Fantastical 2. Some lesser-known examples include Andreas Karlsson's Tydlig and Ten Touch's Grafio.

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Briefly: WPS Office 4.0 for iOS, Meetup's new private conversations

08/08, 1:52am

WPS Office updates iOS Office Suite

Kingsoft Office Software has announced that its new WPS Office 4.0 for iOS is now available. WPS Office allows users to view, create and share office documents, presentations and spreadsheets. Fully compatible with Microsoft Office, the document software functions on any iPad, iPhone or iPod touch.

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Briefly: FX Photo Studio 6.0 for iPhone, Godus, Flux V

08/08, 1:04am

Macphun updates UI, image processing engine, adds effects

Image software maker Macphun has updated its FX Photo Studio for iPhone to version 6.0, revising its effects categories, improving the image-processing engine and updating the look of the app to a more modern UI design. The app, which has been downloaded more than 1.2 million times since the beginning of 2014, allows users to stack effects as well as adjust portions of the image using a Mask tool. It carries a complete selection of over 200 effects and filters -- combinations of which can be saved as presets -- alongside standard camera app editing tools. To celebrate, the app will be on sale until Monday for just $1, one-third of its normal $3 price.

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AgileBits announces sale, free update on 1Password for iOS

08/07, 9:07pm

Forthcoming iOS 8 upgrade with Touch ID support will be free for current owners

According to a new announcement from AgileBits, makers of the iOS and Mac password management app 1Password, the forthcoming version for iOS 8 will be a free update to existing users. In conjunction with that, and a new report that Russian hackers may -- or may not -- have collected over a billion unique email account credentials, the company has opted to put its iOS version on sale for $10, a cut of $15 from its normal $25 price. The iOS 8 update for 1Password, expected this fall, will add extensions and Touch ID support to the password manager.

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Briefly: Godus for iOS, Glide 2.0 video messaging app released

08/07, 2:14pm

Peter Molyneux's God game Godus now available for iOS

Godus, a god-like civilization game by Peter Molyneux, is now available for playing on iOS devices. Players can rule over a fictitious world, and have control over the physical terrain as well as influencing the growth of the people who live in the region. Miracles can be cast to either cultivate or destroy the landscape, and mysteries are uncovered throughout gameplay.

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Preorders commence for wearable Sproutling Baby Monitor

08/07, 2:06pm

New device said to be akin to GPS for new parents

The "Internet of Things" has expanded to childcare. The Sproutling wearable baby monitor has commenced pre-orders today, sending information on a child's heart rate, skin temperature, motion, and sleep position to a parent's mobile device. The associated charger gives yet more information, providing environmental data to parents in real time.

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NFL Now arrives on Apple TV, iPhone, and iPad

08/07, 9:34am

Full access limited to monthly subscribers

As anticipated, NFL Now apps have been launched for the iPhone and iPad and the Apple TV. The titles promise "hundreds of new videos daily" connected to teams and players; users also can get a non-stop stream based on preferences learned over time.

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IK Multimedia announces iRig Mic HD for iOS devices, Mac and Windows

08/06, 10:49pm

Aimed at journalists, podcasters, online radio announcers, home recording buffs

A new version of IK Multimedia's previous iRig Mic is now available beginning today for the iRig Mic HD, an all-in-one digital condenser mic that features its own A/D converters to eliminate any requirement for pricey audio interfaces. By providing both a 1.5 meter (59-inch) Lightning and USB cable, the mic is one of the few that works natively with both mobile and desktop/notebook systems (a 30-pin connector is sold separately for older iOS devices). The unit is capable of 24-bit, 48kHz recording.

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Briefly: United Airlines app expands check-ins, Yahoo Mail iOS update

08/06, 2:44pm

United Airlines updates iOS app, expands international flight check-in feature

United Airlines has released an update for its iOS app, offering a new trial feature that expands the ability to check-in for international flights. Users can scan their passport for international check-ins, or verify existing stored passport data if the user is already logged in the system. Version 2.0.16 also includes a fix for a bug regarding extra flight status cards. The app is free to download through iTunes, and requires iOS 6.0 or later to run.

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Briefly: Catalyst's waterproof sleeves, Ooloo live voice assistant

08/05, 5:49pm

Catalyst releases new line of waterproof sleeve for tablets, laptops

Rugged tech accessories producer, Catalyst, has introduced a new line of protective waterproof sleeves for use with tablets, laptops and even documents. Suitable for commuters and students, the Catalyst Waterproof Sleeve aims to offer a minimalist design with an IP66 waterproof rating. The sleeves feature a double-lock watertight closure that is capable of completely sealing out rain, snow, dirt, spills and brief submersions underwater. Its strap system can be adjusted for use as a backpack, a single-shoulder sling bag, or the sleeve can be used simply as a protective case layer.

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Briefly: Parallels' service alert, Keeper Secure File Storage for iOS

08/05, 2:50pm

Parallels notifies Desktop 8 for Mac users that software will not run on Yosemite public beta

Parallels has released a service notification for users of Parallels Desktop 8 for Mac. Users considering installing the OS X Yosemite public beta 10.10 will not be able to launch Windows applications, or directly use files through Parallels Desktop 8. Parallels Desktop allows for Windows applications to run on OS X without rebooting in systems up to and including 10.9 Mavericks. In order to avoid service disruption, Parallels encourages users to upgrade to version 9 of its software. Upgrading is available for $50, with Parallels Desktop 9 for new users priced at $80.

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Adobe publishes Aperture-to-Lightroom guide for potential switchers

08/04, 11:10pm

Forthcoming Photos may not meet pro needs, at least at first

Following Apple's decision to cease development on its own pro photo organizer and editor Aperture in favor of a forthcoming hybrid photo manager called Photos, Adobe has published a new guide intended to help current Aperture users switch and migrate their images and projects to Lightroom, its own pro-level image manager. While Photos, with its support of third-party plug-ins, may grow into a program that both pros and amateurs can use, its mission is aimed more at "prosumer" users.

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Briefly: BioShock for iOS, Vox 2.1 integrates SoundCloud

08/04, 1:40pm

2K Games China to release original BioShock on iOS

2K Games China has announced the upcoming release of the original BioShock game for iOS users. The seven-year old first-person shooter game will require newer iOS devices, such as iPad Air, iPad mini with Retina display, iPad (fourth generation), and iPhone 5, 5s and 5c. Bioshock for iOS is due to be available through iTunes later this summer.

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Hands On: Blood Bowl for iOS

08/03, 5:40pm

How faithful is the conversion of the 30-year old title?

Tablets, specifically iPads, are shaking up mobile gaming. Nintendo and Sony both have firm footholds, but the ubiquity and power of smartphones and tablets have the possibility of bringing experiences to the eyes of more people. Board game conversions have been made for computers since the dawn of computer gaming, and one of the most recent migrants to iOS is Blood Bowl. Blood Bowl in board form sought to mesh the fantasy universe of Warhammer with American football in a brutal twist. How well does the game and concept port to the iOS perform, and for that matter, how faithful of a translation is it?

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Forums: iOS 8 questions and discussion

08/01, 4:57pm

iOS 8 questions and discussion

With the Beta release of Yosemite in the hands of a million Mac owners, and questions about that subsiding, the next big question in the MacNN forums is about the future of iOS 8. Forum-goers discuss the future of the Mac desktop in two different threads, one asking if a consumer Mac Pro might surface, and the other questioning the possibility of a Retina iMac.

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