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Apple Releases Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.13 [Mac Blog] | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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Apple today released Digital Camera RAW Compatibility Update 3.10, bringing RAW image support to Aperture and iPhoto for a number of new cameras. This update adds RAW image compatibility for the following cameras to Aperture 3 and iPhoto ’11: – Canon EOS-1D X – Nikon D800E – Nikon D3200 – Olympus OM-D E-M5 – Panasonic […]

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Video Streaming from TiVo to iOS Devices Coming This Summer [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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TiVo owners can control their devices via an iOS app on the iPhone and iPad, but — for the moment — can only watch shows on their television. But that’s all going to change in a few months. According to a report from ZDNet, TiVo is launching an external decoder box that would plug into […]

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New Paris Apple Retail Store Opening Friday, May 25 [Mac Blog] | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 23, 2012

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As noted by ifoAppleStore, Apple is continuing its trickle of retail store openings this week with a new location opening on Friday, May 25 in Paris. The new Les Quatre Temps store will be Apple’s sixth in the Paris metropolitan area. The huge store will be located on Level 1 adjacent to the Gap store. […]

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Physics Puzzler ‘Feed Me Oil’ Free for Today Only [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Friday, May 18, 2012

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Our sister-site TouchArcade notes that Chillingo’s excellent physics puzzler Feed Me Oil is free today for both the iPhone and iPad. It’s normally $0.99 for iPhone and $1.99 for iPad. Feed Me Oil is something of a mix between World of Goo and Where’s My Water?. Every level features two things: A spigot where oil […]

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Comcast Dropping 250GB Data Cap In Favor of “Improved Data Usage Management” [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Thursday, May 17, 2012

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Several years ago, Comcast began instituting bandwidth caps of 250GB per month on its residential customers. In 2008, this was plenty for most customers, but with the advent of streaming video services like Netflix, Hulu, WatchESPN and others, some users have been concerned about whether the 250GB cap was sufficient for their needs. Today, Comcast […]

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China Mobile Again Confirms iPhone Talks with Apple [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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Reuters reports that China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua has once again publicly stated that the world’s largest mobile phone carrier is engaged in talks with Apple about offering the iPhone to its customers. “We’ve been actively talking to Apple on how we can cooperate,” China Mobile Chairman Xi Guohua, who assumed the post in March, […]

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In Lawsuit Over Siri, Apple Says the Technology is “Cutting Edge” [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Wednesday, May 16, 2012

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Apple has filed a motion to dismiss in a case filed by customers over alleged misleading advertising depicting the Siri technology in the iPhone 4S. The lawsuit, filed in March, alleges that Apple’s advertising of Siri doesn’t reflect real-world usage. When asked for directions or to locate a store, “Siri either did not understand what […]

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iPhone a ‘Game Changer’ for Customer Satisfaction [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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The American Customer Satisfaction Index (ASCI) today released its latest rankings of customer satisfaction in the United States for mobile phones and a number of products and services, with the new mobile phone rankings being expanded to include Apple, Research in Motion, LG, and HTC for the first time. In its first appearance in the […]

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Google Chrome Browser Coming to iOS? [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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Business Insider reports on a new research note from Macquarie analyst Ben Schacter, who claims that Google is working to bring a version of its Chrome browser to iOS devices. According to the report, Apple “may already be reviewing” the app, which could debut before the end of the quarter. Google Chrome browser for Android […]

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Book Pricing Lawsuit Reveals More Details of Apple’s Negotiations, Including Steve Jobs Email [iOS Blog] | Tech NEWS

Tuesday, May 15, 2012

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Seventeen more states have joined the antitrust lawsuit against Apple and several book publishing homes over the pricing of ebooks. Perhaps more remarkable are certain details released in the latest filing that were previously redacted, including one from Steve Jobs. Portions of this email have been seen before, but this is the first chance the […]

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