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Apple Music arrives on Sonos speakers in beta form December 15

What’s the best way to gain subscribers to a streaming music service? Competitive pricing, family plans and a wide selection of tracks are key but so too is broader support for devices. And that’s what Apple is doing on December 15. That day, Apple is making good on its June promise to bring Apple Music to the Sonos line of ... Read More »

Google Calendar adds Reminders to iOS, Android mobile apps

Google’s Inbox App: A 700 emails per day review Can Google’s Inbox app make my life easier? Sure, but the real test is to throw a few hundred messages at it and see what happens. Read More On the surface, the concept of Reminders seems like a simple function – one that could be easy to forget. But Google is ... Read More »

Astropad for iPad Pro creates a large drawing tablet for many Mac OS X creative apps

tough choice Apple iPad Pro or 12-inch MacBook? Apple still thinks the future of computing can be seen in the iPad. Thanks to faster ARM chips and more powerful mobile apps, it might be right. Perhaps going “all in” on an iPad Pro can work for some. Read More This past February, Astropad launched for iPads, allowing artists to use ... Read More »

Mozilla launches Focus, an iOS content blocker based on an open source blocklist

There’s a new content blocker for iOS available today and it comes from a familiar name in the web world: Mozilla. The company launched Focus by Firefox on Tuesday which focuses, for lack of a better word, on privacy controls and an open source blocklist. The free app, found in the iTunes App Store, blocks mobile websites from tracking user ... Read More »

Microsoft’s Cortana apps officially available on iOS, Android devices

Microsoft is rolling out Cortana, its personal digital assistant, on iOS and Android devices starting today, December 9. Microsoft has been testing publicly its Cortana app for Android in the U.S. since August, and privately testing the Cortana app for iOS in the U.S. and China since November. Microsoft officials tipped their hand back in 2014 that Cortana was coming ... Read More »

iPad Pro frozen after a recharge? iOS 9.2 may fix the problem

There’s another reason to install the iOS 9.2 software update that Apple released yesterday, particularly if you have an iPad Pro. The company says it may fix the issue of the tablet becoming unresponsive after charging, noted AppleInsider on Wednesday. see also These iPad Pro keyboard shortcuts help overcome a lack of mouse/trackpad support Instead of reaching out to touch ... Read More »

Top iOS news of the week: Apple GPU, GoPro on Apple Watch, iPhone battery case

Best Buy helps rich stay richer with Apple Watch Edition discount Those wanting to spring for a $15,000 Apple Watch Edition can save big bucks at Best. Buy. The retailer is knocking $1,100 off the watch in time for the holidays. The reduced price is $13,898 and not without a catch. This is a refurbished model. Source’ TNW Apple rumored ... Read More »

Google Wallet takes on PayPal with text message money transfers

Although Android Pay is now the spotlight digital payment service for Google, the company isn’t leaving Google Wallet to wither on the vine. In the U.S., you can soon use Wallet to send money via text message to one of your Google contacts. Android Police notes that the Google Commerce blog announced the new person-to-person payment method that will arrive ... Read More »

Report: Apple event in March: Apple Watch 2, iPhone 6c inbound?

Apple may follow suit with its March 2015 product event with another during the same month in 2016. So say sources speaking to 9to5 Mac’s Marc Gurman, who reported the news on Tuesday. One month with the Apple Watch: Pain, joy, and daily experiences The Apple Watch Sport edition has been strapped on my wrist for a month and for ... Read More »

LinkedIn simplifies with a new mobile app for iOS and Android

It’s been a long time in coming but the wait is over. LinkedIn’s new mobile app is freely available for Apple iOS and Google Android phones. With half of the platform’s engagement coming from mobile devices, the updated app is long overdue. For too long, the vast amount of LinkedIn information on mobiles has been cluttered and noisy, for lack ... Read More »

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