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  1. How to use Tumblr’s new two-factor authentication
    Another major online service is making your login more secure. Yahoo-owned Tumblr announced on Monday that two-factor authentication is finally...
  2. Facebook spends US$2 billion on virtual reality firm, but analysts are sceptical
    Facebook said late on Tuesday that it is shelling out US$2 billion to scoop up a company that makes virtual reality gaming glasses. That’s a...
  3. PDFpen 1.7 for iPhone and iPad
    For me, Smile Software’s PDFpen for iPad ($15.99) and iPhone ($5.49) work as adjuncts to PDFpen Pro, the desktop version of the same app. Admittedly,...
  4. Australian co-founder of Chomp is leaving Apple
    In 2012, Apple acquired Chomp, an Australian company that designed an app enabling users to search the iOS App Store more intelligently. Chomp’s...
  5. 500 million iPhones sold?
    Between the launch of the first iPhone in 2007 and the end of 2013, Apple sold 472 million of the various versions of its smartphone. This figure...
  6. Instagram might ditch Foursquare check-ins for Facebook
    Soon you might be using Facebook’s location data instead of Foursquare’s when you tag Instagram snapshots and add them to your photo map....
  7. Google Glass may get more stylish with help from Oakley and Ray-Ban
    Google is looking to reach a wider audience for Glass with some design help from Oakley and Ray-Ban. Google announced on Monday that it has partnered...
  8. Photowall for Chromecast
    A new Chromecast app from Google can turn televisions into an interactive photo galleries for parties and special events. Photowall creates a collage...
  9. Office for iPad: big deal, or big yawn?
    It looks like Microsoft Office really is coming to the Apple iPad. Well, actually, it will most likely be a version of Office 365, but why quibble?...
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    Dragon Dictate 4
    It’s been nearly a year and a half since the last update to Nuance’s speech recognition software, Dragon Dictate, was released. Over the past...
  11. Your next Apple TV could come from Comcast
    We still don’t know what Apple’s long-rumoured, near-mythical TV effort will look like, or exactly how it’ll work, or what it’ll cost, or...
  12. Healthbook rumours could herald first product of Tim Cook’s Apple
    Everybody seems to be getting into the health technology game these days, and if the rumours that surfaced this past week about iOS 8 prove true,...
  13. How to dismiss Mac App Store notifications
    Reader David Gilbert, like many of us, is frustrated by Mac App Store update reminders. He writes: “It seems that every time I start up my Mac...
  14. New app utilises hidden iOS feature to communicate
    Arriving on the iOS App Store last week, the new messaging app, FireChat could alter the manner in which iOS device owners message each other. The...
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    Apple, Yahoo and Google also claim the right to read users’ emails
    Last month, this site ran an article reporting how reluctant Apple is to share your information with third parties and how disgruntled media buyers...
  16. Cloak
    It’s a sunny spring day and you’re walking down the street in your neighbourhood when your phone vibrates suddenly. It’s an alert: your ex is...
  17. How to set up keyboard shortcuts in OS X
    Today I wanted to show you how to create keyboard shortcuts in OS X. First, the why: why would you want to create keyboard shortcuts? The first and...
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