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Feb 28 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Turn your shower into a DJ session with control over the music. The Bluetooth Shower Speaker has buttons right on the face of the device, meaning you can change tracks thanks to bluetooth connectivity even though your iOS device is up to ten meters away. There's even a built in microphone so you can use your voice to talk to Siri and run standard commands from right in the shower. It's the ideal accessory for your shower karaoke sessions.

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If you like your speakers to be as portable as your music, then you can't miss out on the MIGHTY Speaker. It lives up to its name, capable of going just about anywhere. It's waterproof and sand proof, it floats, and it can keep your music blaring via bluetooth for 6 hours. Get it on sale for just $35.

Your music can go anywhere, so it should be able to play without plugging in, too. The Panorama Bluetooth Speaker allows you to broadcast your favorite tunes through a quality speaker without any need for wires. You can get this great speaker on sale for just $24.99.

When the snow's falling, the last thing you want to do is allow your head to be exposed to those cold temperatures. Toss on the Bluetooth Audio Beanie and get the full function of headphones built right into a cozy hat. You can listen to music, take calls, and keep comfy, all forjust $34.99.

Running with headphones in can be a pain when the cords get in the way and tangle while you're trying to focus. Save yourself the hassle and make sure your music never gets in your way with the Active Wrap Headphones. It's on sale for just $24.

Typing on a mobile device still lags behind a physical keyboard. But you can have the best of both worlds with the MyType Portable Keyboard. Take it with you anywhere, just like your mobile device. You can fold it up and keep it in a pocket when you aren't using it but when you need to get some typing done, it feels like a full keyboard. Get it for just $49.99.

Take your mess of remotes and turn them into a single, universal platform that you have with you all the time anyway. The Blumoo Bluetooth Universal Remote is a powerful home hub that gives you 150 feet of range with your phone, which has complete control over every aspect of your home viewing experience, including a customized TV guide. Compatible with over 225,000 components, it's sure to work with your setup and give you total control.

The Blumoo Bluetooth Universal Remote usually retails for $130. If you head to our Deals tab, you can get it on sale for just $84.99. It's a savings of 34% off, which makes it a can't miss deal. Grab it on sale today!

Do you find your headphone wires always getting in the way when you go to work out? That isn't a problem when you have the MiiSport Bluetooth Headphones with built-in microphone. You can go wire-free and still enjoy your music and the functionality of your phone. Get it for just $42.99

Feb 28 2015 6:18AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
TOKYO (Reuters) - NTT Communications Corp is in talks to acquire German data center provider e-shelter for about 100 billion yen ($836 million), according to a source familiar with the matter.

Feb 28 2015 1:00AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

In today's Apple Daily, Tim Cook claims that the Apple Watch could at last rid us of the need to carry car keys. In another news, we might see iOS 8.2 as early as next Monday.

Tim Cook: Apple Watch Will Replace Car Keys, Hold Charge for a Day

Apple CEO Tim Cook still won't say anything concrete about the so-called "iCar," but it's clear he has automobiles on his mind. In an interview at the Covent Garden Apple Store in London by the Telegraph, Cook said that the Apple Watch would eventually be able to "replace car keys and the clumsy, large fobs that are now used by many vehicles."

Photo: Kensington Leverne/Telegraph

And that's about it. Cook apparently didn't mention whether this service could somehow be integrated into existing cars, if such a feature will have something to do with Apple's CarPlay service, or if it'll have to wait for technology that's still in the works.

In addition, Cook said that the iPhone's battery will last all day (which marks an improvement from some of the reports not long after the initial announcement), thanks to "special magnet technology" that's said to be as beautiful as it is efficient.

We'll know for for ourselves a little over a week from now. As always, we'll be on hand to report Apple's news during the event as it's announced.

iOS 8.2 Could Be Here by Monday

The next time Apple Daily rolls around, there's a good chance we'll be talking about the release of iOS 8.2., at least if the sources who spoke with BGR truly know their stuff. The patch, which contains supporting files for the upcoming Apple Watch, has long been suspected to appear sometime in March, but BGR's sources say it might be released to the public as early as Monday.

The date is significant, as that would put it exactly one week ahead of Apple's "Spring Forward" media event on March 9, which the Cupertino company is expected to use to unveil more information pertaining to the Apple Watch. The report also mentioned that two more betas might be in the works for iOS 8.3 (which places a heavy emphasis on new emoji) before its supposed release in April, even though the patch has already gone through two betas thus far.

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Feb 27 2015 9:00PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
TOKYO (Reuters) - NTT Communications Corp is in talks to acquire German data center provider e-shelter for about 100 billion yen ($836 million), according to a source familiar with the matter.

Feb 27 2015 7:28PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Google Inc submitted plans on Friday for a vastly expanded headquarters at the Silicon Valley city where the tech giant is based, presenting a bucolic vision of movable structures to be built under curving and translucent canopies.

Feb 27 2015 7:22PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

Got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question? Here's the answer. In this edition of Ask, we'll explain what to do when you're having trouble sharing monitors between your Mac and another computer.


I have two computers and two monitors: a Mac Pro (running Mavericks) with a 27-inch Dell monitor connected using DisplayPort, and a Windows 8 PC with another Dell monitor that’s shared between the PC and the Mac Pro over DVI on the PC. Sometimes I want to use both monitors on the Mac, but if I unplug the monitor from the PC and connect it to the Mac Pro, the Mac recognises the new display, but the screen stays black. After a few seconds the monitor goes into standby. How do I fix this?


OS X sends a query to the monitor through the video cable when the Mac first boots or wakes from sleep, when you plug in the Mac end of the video cable, and when you hold å in Display Preferences and click the “Detect Displays” button. 

If the monitor doesn’t answer with its display ID at any of these points, the Mac will conclude that there isn’t anything at the other end of the cable and will stop sending video data through it. The monitor, in turn, will drop to standby as soon as it goes a few seconds without receiving a video signal.

The Detect Displays button can force a stubborn monitor to notice you.

It may be that your monitor isn’t responding because it’s only listening to the PC through the DVI port at the time and doesn’t switch over immediately. You could try using the Detect Displays button on the Mac to send a few extra ID queries down the cable and see if the monitor catches any of them. If that doesn’t work, try cycling the power on the monitor first, before you plug it into the Mac. Even if this works, however, it’s a little inconvenient to have to turn the monitor off and on again every time you switch computers. 

However there is a glimmer of hope. There are a few monitor detection bugs in Mavericks that Apple is aware of. If you upgrade to Yosemite, there is a chance that Apple has already fixed this issue in the display driver. The only way to be sure is to actually try it with your specific Dell monitors and your PC.

Got an Apple tech question? Email ask@maclife.com.

Feb 27 2015 6:53PM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
Highly automated and app-savvy, this smart frame makes it easy to share photos with tech-challenged relatives.

Feb 27 2015 5:58PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House released draft legislation on Friday that would give consumers more control over how the trail of data they leave behind them on the internet is used, stored and sold.

Feb 27 2015 5:54PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

Well, it's a good day if you're a fan of children's books, because in honor of the great Dr. Seuss, there is an abundance of apps on sale featuring his signature work. Or if you'd rather game or learn or get productive, we've got that on for size for you too. So let's see what we can see, but unlike Dr. Seuss' character, let's not try to read with our eyes shut, shall we?

Feb 27 2015 5:10PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - Oracle America Inc, the software giant in charge of developing Oregon's failed health exchange website, has filed suit against five former staff and campaign advisers to the state's former governor, saying they worked behind the scenes to kill the site for political reasons, court documents showed.

Feb 27 2015 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Feb 27 2015 2:47PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Apple Watch will replace your car keys and its battery will last the whole day, Apple Inc's Chief Executive Tim Cook told the Telegraph in an interview.

Feb 27 2015 2:16PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
An image posted by a purported Sprint employee touts two versions of Samsung's next flagship phone.

Feb 27 2015 1:30PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Apple Inc's latest product, the Apple Watch, might replace the need for car keys, Chief Executive Tim Cook told the Telegraph in an interview.

Feb 27 2015 12:27PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
Images allegedly of two Galaxy S6 phones show one with the traditional front-facing display and a second with a curved edge.

Feb 27 2015 12:12PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
PARIS (Reuters) - Chris Viehbacher, sacked as chief executive of French drugs firm Sanofi last year, is to join the board of PureTech, a privately owned healthcare science and technology R&D company.

Feb 27 2015 12:05PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
PARIS (Reuters) - Europe's big telecom firms are back to rude financial health after years of poor results and regulatory pressure, drawing crowds of new investors and protests from rivals who worry the formerly state-owned companies may rebuild their monopolies.

Feb 27 2015 11:49AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - China's Lenovo Group Ltd on Friday said it will offer free subscriptions to Intel Corp security software to customers who bought laptops that were shipped with a program known as "Superfish," which made PCs vulnerable to cyberattacks.

Feb 27 2015 11:23AM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Google Inc has abandoned its plan to ban adult content on its blogging site Blogger after receiving negative feedback from users.

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