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Tech Bytes: Cloud Gaming, Free iPhone Batteries
 Tech Bytes: Cloud Gaming, Free iPhone Batteries
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The Hollywood-ification Of The App Store
 The Hollywood-ification Of The App Store
Kim Kardashian: Hollywood’s success in the App Store could open the doors to future celebrity-publisher partnerships, suggests app analytics firm App Annie in a new report out this morning which looks back on the latest in app store trends. The game, a joint effort between the celeb and publisher Glu, was the most downloaded game on iOS in July, and helped Glu become the number one publisher by game downloads worldwide, as well as #10 in iOS game revenue.

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Could This Hot Dog Be The IPhone 6?
 Could This Hot Dog Be The IPhone 6?
With the rumor mill running at full steam about the iPhone 6, the Internet is saturated with purported leaks, reveals and exclusive first-looks — all trying to win the scoop on the next big piece of tech. Thank the comedy gods that humor exists to parody the frenzy. Thanks to the Second City Network, the public may finally get an answer to the important and timely question: Is this hot dog the new iPhone 6?

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Apple Planning 12.9-inch IPad For 2015: Bloomberg
 Apple Planning 12.9-inch IPad For 2015: Bloomberg
Apple Incorporated is preparing to roll out a larger, 12.9-inch version of its iPad for 2015, with production set to begin in the first quarter of next year. The report comes as Apple struggles with declining sales of its 10-inch and 7.9-inch tablets, which are faltering as people replace iPads less frequently than expected and larger smartphones made by Samsung Electronics. Read More
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A 12.9″ IPad Could Make 2015 The Year IOS Breaks The Mobile Mold
 A 12.9″ IPad Could Make 2015 The Year IOS Breaks The Mobile Mold
A new Apple iPad is in development, according to Bloomberg, with a 12.9-inch display that adds around 3-inches to the size of the iPad Air in terms of diagonal screen dimensions. Such a device would be a lot larger than Apple’s current top tablet overall, and is apparently already gearing up for a production run starting in the first quarter of 2015. Read More
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BlackBerry Deals Another Blow To Seacrest’s Copycat Keyboard Empire
 BlackBerry Deals Another Blow To Seacrest’s Copycat Keyboard Empire
Score another win for BlackBerry’s legal team. The Wall Street Journal reports that U.S. District Judge William Orrick last week upheld the preliminary injunction that he granted earlier this year that effectively barred Ryan Seacrest’s company Typo from selling its iPhone keyboard attachments in the United States because they allegedly infringed upon BlackBerry’s design patents. In its argument before the U.S. Read More
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BlackBerry Deals Another Blow To Seacrest’s Copycat Keyboard Empire
 BlackBerry Deals Another Blow To Seacrest’s Copycat Keyboard Empire
Score another win for BlackBerry’s legal team. The Wall Street Journal reports that U.S. District Judge William Orrick last week upheld the preliminary injunction that he granted earlier this year that effectively barred Ryan Seacrest’s company Typo from selling its iPhone keyboard attachments in the United States because they allegedly infringed upon BlackBerry’s design patents. In its argument before the U.S. Read More
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Instagram’s New Hyperlapse App Makes Mobile Timelapse And Steady Video Capture Easy
 Instagram’s New Hyperlapse App Makes Mobile Timelapse And Steady Video Capture Easy
Instagram is building new apps that aim to do more with mobile photography, and Wired reports today that they’re launching Hyperlapse. The app allows you to make timelapse videos, using standard video captured with your smartphone camera on the fly. The app is due to be released at 10 AM Pacific Time today. It offers iPhone users a way to make professional looking timelapses--without expensive photography equipment like pro cameras, steady-mounts or tripods. Read More
Autodesk acquires Shotgun Software
In a blog post today , Don Parker first reminds us that SHOTGUN SOFTWARE IS NOT GOING AWAY. It's just going to get better.  If you're considRead More
 
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