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Djay Pro brings Spotify-powered mixes to the Mac

Dan Seifert December 18, 2014 09:22 am12.18.2014 10

Djay is one of the most popular and successful DJ-ing apps for mobile phones, occupying top spots in the iPhone, iPad, and Android charts. Algoriddim, the developer behind the app, actually first released...

20 million tracks to spin on your Mac

Dropbox's Carousel adds Flashback photos to help you relive old memories

Rich McCormick December 17, 2014 04:05 am12.17.2014 10

The iOS version of Carousel, Dropbox's photo organization app, has received a hefty pre-holiday update. The app now lets you quickly delete reams of pictures from your camera roll if they've been uploaded...

take another ride

Judge keeps Steve Jobs video testimony from public release

Josh Lowensohn December 17, 2014 07:23 pm12.17.2014 6

A California judge has denied a request from a trio of media outlets to make video deposition of late Apple CEO Steve Jobs available to the public. The request was filed by the Associated Press, Bloomberg,...

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Apple halts online sales to Russia as the ruble plunges in value

Ben Popper December 16, 2014 02:09 pm12.16.2014 115

According to reporters at Bloomberg, Apple is shutting down its online sales to Russia because of the "extreme fluctuations" in its currency, the ruble. Over the last twelve months the value of the ruble...

Apple thinks Russia's currency is a bad bet

Jury finds Apple not liable of harming consumers in iTunes DRM case

Josh Lowensohn December 16, 2014 12:57 pm12.16.2014 82

An eight-person jury has decided that Apple is not on the hook for what could have been more than $1 billion in a trial centering on extra security measures the company added to iTunes and iPods starting...

It's all over

Apple Pay now supports the cards that make up 90 percent of credit card purchases in the US

James Vincent December 16, 2014 10:42 am12.16.2014 40

Apple has signed up a clutch of new banks and financial services for its mobile payment system Apple Pay, giving the company potential coverage of around 90 percent of credit card purchases by volume in...

10 banks and one basketball stadium

Google Wallet for iOS now supports Touch ID and helps you split the bill

Chris Welch December 16, 2014 09:40 am12.16.2014 21

You can't buy things with a fingerprint Apple Pay-style, but Google Wallet for iOS has been updated to support Touch ID. Instead of entering a PIN to open Google's mobile wallet app, you can now choose to...

The not-so-glamorous life of a robot operator

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Best New Apps: Group Text+

Dan Seifert December 16, 2014 09:00 am12.16.2014 7

Sending group messages on your iPhone is a chore: you have to start a new conversation, pick each contact individually, write your message, attach an image or link if you want, then finally press send....

GIFs to groups in two clicks

Amazon's Kindle iOS app adds Goodreads and Kindle Unlimited bookstore

Chris Welch December 15, 2014 05:34 pm12.15.2014 3

Amazon today rolled out a pretty substantial update for its Kindle iOS app as it prepares for an influx of new readers this holiday season. First, the company has added full Goodreads integration, allowing...

Goodreads is now fully integrated

Potential $1 billion Apple DRM judgment is now in jury’s hands

Josh Lowensohn December 15, 2014 05:18 pm12.15.2014 36

A jury of eight will now decide whether Apple should pay more than $1 billion for changes it made to its iTunes and iPod software nearly a decade ago. While both of those products have become less relevant...

"I liken it to blowing up your iPod." Plaintiff attorney Patrick Coughlin on Apple's DRM protections

In 1985, Steve Jobs predicted the internet would inspire everyone to buy computers

Chris Plante December 15, 2014 03:12 pm12.15.2014 61

A reminder that Steve Jobs was brilliant

Steve Jobs: internet super fan

Apple's new holiday ad is another heartwarmer

Sean O'Kane December 15, 2014 10:26 am12.15.2014 52

Apple's been no stranger to iconic commercials over the years, and its newest holiday ad looks to follow in those footsteps. This year's 90-second spot, titled "The Song," features a girl using various...

Watch the process of a creative gift unfold
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