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May 24 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Your iPhone will inevitably start to slow down at some point in its life. If you can feel your smartphone beginning to lag, you can give it the cleaning it needs to get back up to speed with the help of PhoneClean. Get it for just $9.99.

If you're designing for businesses, then you'll love what you'll find in the Pay What You Want Business to Business Design Bundle. There are over 500 assets to be put to use, from business cards and flyers to web and email templates, and you can set your own price for it all. 

With the OrbitKey Leather Key Organizer, you won't have to worry about your keys being a hassle. Instead of having them sit your in pocket, jangling around and making noise and getting in your way, you can keep them all in line with this handy accessory. It can fit upt to 7 keys in the slim leather holster and you can get it for just $34.99.

The Earjax Lyrics Headphones combine convenience, comfort, and quality to create a singular music experience that you can't beat. Get studio-quality sound pumped into your ear, keep out everything with noise cancellation, and never worry about the wires thanks to woven cloth braid for cable longevity. You can get them for just $34.95.

WordPress is one of the most flexible and functional web services around. No matter what you want your website to be, you can make it just as you imagine if you know how to make the most of WordPress. You can learn how to use the platform with the Train Simple WordPress 4.0 Fundamentals Course. You can get it for just $25.

The Apple Watch is the new platform that you want to be building for if you're an app developer. It's the perfect time to get your start on building your own apps for the Apple Watch, and the Apple Watch Course is the perfect guide for you to go from newbie to expert. Get it for just $25.

May 23 2015 10:20PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
FRANKFURT (Reuters) - Carmaker Daimler on Saturday announced a partnership with mobile technologies company Qualcomm Inc. to explore wireless recharging of mobile phones in cars as well as recharging of electric cars without cables.

May 23 2015 8:11PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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To make sure your files are safe, you need backups you can always access. That's exactly what iDrive is supplying. With 10TB of cloud storage, you can keep backups of all your files, easily accessible from anywhere you have a wireless connection. Get it for just $97.

The Bobine iPhone Dock is a lot of things. It's a flexible stand that gives you the perfect view of your phone at all times so you never miss a notification. It's a charging and transfer cable that makes it easy to power up your device or manage your files while seeing exactly what's happening. Andi t's yours for just $24.99

If you want to backup to your Mac, this app has you covered. Want to take your newly ripped video files and make them compatible with any device and player? MacX Video Converter Pro can make playback possible thanks to its 280 preset conversion profiles. Head to our Deals tab and you can get these apps for just $15.95.

The ilumi LED Smartbulb is the smartest light bulb you'll ever encounter. With a lifespan of up to 20 years, it's a great investment that will pay off for a long time. It's five times as energy efficient as a regular light bulb, and it's capable of much more. You have complete control over the ilumi LED Smartbulb, from brightness to color of light. With just a tap of your smartphone, you can change the mood of your room with this simple, bright bulb.

The ilumi LED Smartbulb usually retails for $90. If you head to our Deals tab, you can save yourself 12% off that price. That means you'll pay just $79. It's a great price for an awesome bulb that will last you for 20 years, so grab this offer today!

How often do you find your internet connection to leave something to be desired? Web pages take too long to load, downloads keep you waiting, and you spend more time watching the load bar fill up than actually enjoying the web. You can fix that with a 2 year subscription to Speedify Internet Accelerator, on sale now for just $59.

May 23 2015 12:20AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

In today's Apple Daily, a green iPhone 5c saves a man's life from a close-range shotgun blast. In other news, more insider rumors concerning Mac OS X 10.11 and iOS 9 have surfaced, and Apple's TV streaming service may not launch this fall owing to complications with local television stations.

iPhone 5c Saves Man from Close-Range Shotgun Blast

The iPhone 5c is sometimes frowned upon for its plastic casing, but as a 25-year-old British man recently found out, that plastic can sometimes be a lifesaver. Quite literally, actually. After a confrontation outside his Cheshire home, the unidentified man was shot in the chest at close range with a shotgun but managed to stumble back to his home to call emergency services after the phone took most of the force. The victim still sustained severe abdominal injuries, but none are reportedly life-threatening.

"Fortunately, the victim’s mobile phone took the brunt of the shot and, as a result of this, he survived," said Detective Inspector Gary McIntyre from the Cheshire Police in a statement to BusinessInsider. "This is remarkable — had that phone not been in his pocket at that time he would undoubtedly have died."

The victim had encountered a group of teenagers who had shut off the water to his apartment block, and was shot after confronting them about the issue. The person who fired the shot, 19-year-old Ryan Duggan, was found guilty of attempted murder yesterday and is set to be sentenced in July.


More Details About OS X 10.11 and iOS 9 Emerge from Insider Sources

We'd heard some time ago that, instead of focusing on big changes to Mac OS X and iOS as in the last couple of years, both OS X 10.11 and iOS 9 will focus on security and stability improvements for both operating systems. This was again reiterated to sources who spoke at length with 9to5 Mac.

Still, it seems we may still see a few additions. Control Center, a central feature of iOS, is said to make its way onto Mac OS X, where you'll be able to find it on the left side of the screen. Features from Music, AirPlay, and other apps will supposedly be readily available by clicking on it. There's a chance we won't even see this at this year's WWDC, though, as the feature "has been in flux during development" and Apple might thus push it back to another update.

Apple is also planning on including a security upgrade called Rootless for both systems, which will reportedly prevent even people with administrative-level access from viewing specific files. Sources who spoke with 9to5 Mac claim that Rootless will also be "a heavy blow to the jailbreak community."


Local TV Programming May Delay TV Streaming Service Announcement

Apple reportedly wants to include local channels with its new streaming television service, and according to sources who spoke with Re/code, that could keep the Cupertino company from launching the service until some time in the fall. Previous reports from The Wall Street Journal claimed that Apple would announce the service at this year's WWDC on June 8, but it increasingly looks as though that may not be the case.

Indeed, Apple reportedly hasn't reached any deals with broadcast TV networks at all. The problems seems to stem from the fact that most broadcasters don't actually own local station coverage, and instead host them through affiliate or franchise networks. The report points out that ABC spent two years securing the rights for showing live programming under its Watch ABC app, and even then they couldn't secure the rights for more than eight cities.

The rumors that Apple wants to host local television stations are somewhat new, as up until now, information has largely focused on channels from large networks such as ABC, CBS, Disney, and Fox. Approximately 25 channels are thought to debut at launch, and it'll cost around $30 to $40 per month.

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May 22 2015 9:34PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - An online dating site for adults seeking sexual trysts has been hacked, potentially compromising the personal information of some of its 64 million members, the company said on Friday.

May 22 2015 9:24PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Canadian smartphone maker BlackBerry Ltd is cutting jobs across the world, the company said on Friday, as it consolidates its software, hardware and applications business.

May 22 2015 9:21PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SPRINGFIELD, Va. (Reuters) - Much about the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency remains classified, but the U.S. spy agency that maps and analyzes the earth is opening up more than ever, from sharing computer source code on a public website to tapping new sources of intelligence.

May 22 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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When you're online, your best line of protection is Blur Premium Privacy Protection. It's the extra precautions you need to keep yourself safe while navigating the web. You can trust it to protect your passwords and login information so it's always available to you and never falls into the wrong hands. Plus, when you need to interact with others or make a purchase, Blur lets you create temporary accounts and credit cards so your information is never compromised.

A lifetime subscription to Blur Premium Privacy Protection usually retails for $195. If you head to our Deals tab, you can take 74% off the retail price. That makes your total just $49.99. It's a great price for an added layer of security, so get this offer today!

May 22 2015 4:31PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

It seems that not a day goes by that we don't learn about a new game that's simplistic, deceptively so, but that easy on the eyes surface belies a daunting complexity underneath. It's a lot like life. Anyway, not to get too philosophical on you in the Price Drop column, but we've got a few of these simple gamers this week, plus some classics, soon-to-be-classics, award winners, fitness, and a little dash of bloody literature to boot. So time to save some money, people.

May 22 2015 4:17PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - An online dating site for adults seeking sexual trysts has been hacked, potentially compromising the personal information of some of its 64 million members, the company said on Friday.

May 22 2015 4:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? We've got the answer. This time the focus is on the Find and Spotlight functions in Mac OS X, which can be essential for locating files on your computer. But what do you do when that function just stops working? We'll show you how to get it running again.


I recently moved all my content to a new Mac running OS X Yosemite, and everything is working great except that the Finder won't actually find anything! When I hit Command + F and run a search, most files aren't showing up, even ones that I can actually see and know should be there. How do I fix this?


When the Find command stops working properly, usually it means that the contents of your Mac need to be re-indexed. Fortunately, it's a pretty easy process. 

If your files aren't showing up in searches, add your hard drive to this list, then remove it.

Start by opening your System Preferences, then select Spotlight. Click on the privacy tab. Here you'll see any private locations that aren't going to be searched when you use the Find command or run a Spotlight search. Though it might seem counterintuitive, drag the icon for your hard drive(s) onto the list — or, if you'd prefer, just drag over any specific folders that you think aren't being searched. Once you've done that, click the folders or hard drives you just added, then hit the minus button to remove them from the list, which will cause their contents to be re-added to the search index. 

The reindexing process can potentially take a long time (several hours) depending on how many files you have, but once it's done, your searching capabilities should be restored.

May 22 2015 3:12PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - The founder of virtual reality glasses maker Oculus VR Inc, acquired by Facebook Inc for $2 billion, has been accused of taking confidential information he learned while working with another company and passing it off as his own, according to a lawsuit filed this week.

May 22 2015 2:46PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp and Salesforce.com Inc held "significant talks" this spring but failed to agree on a price, CNBC reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

May 22 2015 1:49PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Microsoft Corp and Salesforce.com Inc held "significant talks" this spring but could not reach a deal over pricing, CNBC reported, citing people familiar with the matter.

May 22 2015 1:14PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Treasury Department on Friday authorized American businesses and individuals to facilitate personal communications over the Internet like social media, instant messaging and photo sharing in Crimea, annexed by Russia from Ukraine last year.

May 22 2015 12:32PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
NECKARSULM, Germany (Reuters) - The contest for Nokia's maps business has become a three-way race between German carmakers, a consortium including Uber and Baidu, and a third group including China's Tencent and Navinfo, people familiar with the process said.

May 22 2015 11:33AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
PARIS (Reuters) - France's highest administrative court on Friday approved two out of three main restrictions on private chauffeured vehicle services such as Uber that were introduced last year after complaints from traditional cab drivers of unfair competition.

May 22 2015 8:33AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
HELSINKI (Reuters) - Nokia is in no hurry to sell its mapping unit HERE despite receiving high quality bids, the Finnish company's chief executive said in a trade magazine interview.

May 22 2015 7:54AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
PARIS (Reuters) - France's highest administrative court on Friday backed restrictions on unlicensed taxi services in a decision adding to U.S. start-up Uber's legal troubles.

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