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Aug 28 2015 9:14PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Aug 28 2015 8:16PM EST | Source: CNET iPhone Atlas
A turn-based Tomb Raider game? Sounds crazy, but the Hitman Go formula totally works for this winning Lara Croft adventure.

Aug 28 2015 6:46PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Aug 28 2015 3:29PM EST | Source: Geek.com
After two years of serving as Apple's entry-level smartphone, it's time for the 5c to make way for a replacement, but it's not the 6c.

Aug 27 2015 11:55PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

Apple has at last announced the date for its next big media event and, well, it's going to take place on the date we've all been saying it was going to take place on for months now. In addition, Apple is said to be bringing some spiffy animated wallpapers to the "iPhone 6s" and "iPhone 6s Plus."

Apple to Hold Next iPhone/Apple TV Event on September 9

And so the rumor mill is right again. Apple sent out invitations this morning stating that, yes, the next Apple media event will be held at 10AM PDT on Wednesday, September 9 at San Francisco's Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, where Steve Jobs unveiled the Apple II in 1977. The invitation's message is both simple and vague: "Hey Siri, give us a hint."

In addition, Windows users will be able to join in on the festivities live for the first time ever this year, as the Cupertino company's page for the event notes that you can stream it on September 9 "on a PC with Edge on Windows 10." As usual, of course, you can also watch the event on Apple TV or through the Safari browser on a Mac or iOS device.

There's always a chance Apple could surprise us, but there have been plenty of trustworthy "hints" from the rumor mill that suggest that Apple will at last unveil the so-called iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus at the event. Both devices are expected to be be made from stronger aluminum than their immediate predecessors, and they're expected to feature Force Touch, an improved camera, 2GB of RAM, and an A9 processor.

Apple is also expected to use the event to unveil the next generation of the Apple TV, which is expected to have Siri support (which likely explains the invitation's tagline), its own App Store, a touch-based remote control, and an A8 processor. Apple isn't expected to announce its long-awaited subscription-based streaming TV service at the event, though, as negotiations are supposedly still bogged down.

For a bit of fun, saying "Hey Siri, give me a hint" to Siri does, in fact, reveal a set of customized responses. Unfortunately, the hints are no more helpful than "Well, I hear there's something big happening on September 9" and our personal favorite: "Why don't you check a rumors blog? That's what I do."

Ouch, Siri.


iPhone 6s and 6s Plus May Have Apple Watch-Like Animated Wallpapers

Fittingly enough, the pace of rumors hasn't slowed down even with the next Apple media event on the near horizon. The latest rumor passed along from insider sources to 9to5Mac claims that the so-called iPhone 6s and 6s Plus will feature new animated wallpapers in the style of the "Motion" watch faces for the Apple Watch. Each time a user wakes up his or her phone, they'll be treated to watching the wallpaper dynamically change based on their interactions.

Source: cnBeta

Some of the wallpapers seem based off the static backgrounds that showed up in the beta for iOS 9 earlier in the month, such as smoky clouds with different colors and a school of koi. The koi, in fact, seems to lend some credence to a "leaked" photo of the box for the iPhone 6s Plus that appeared on the Chinese site cnBeta this morning. Some inconsistencies with Apple's earlier iPhone packaging led some commentators to doubt its authenticity, but as the box depicts a koi fish on the front, it could be a way to tie-in the packaging with this new feature.

Dynamic wallpapers already exist to a degree on the current iPhones, but their complexity doesn't come close to matching that of the motion watch faces for the Apple Watch. At the moment, there's no word as to whether we'll get to put the snazzy new wallpapers on older iPhones, but it seems unlikely in light of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus's allegedly better processor and extra RAM. In fact, the static images we saw in the iOS 9 beta might be as close as we get.

Follow this article's writer, Leif Johnson, on Twitter.

Aug 27 2015 11:43PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
Mirrativ lets you stream games and more directly from your phone or tablet.

Aug 27 2015 10:27PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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

We're looking at the biggies this week: Apple's top-of-the-line jumbo-sized models. So if you've got an iMac hankering, you've come to the right place. And, as always, we'll have a collection of gadgets and goodies to go along with your new big Mac to make things run smoothly as can be. You can even save some dough on a brand-new Apple Watch!

Aug 27 2015 6:51PM EST | Source: Geek.com
You probably know at least one person whose smartphone is attached to their hand at all times. They’re tweeting, or Instagramming, or Facebooking, playing CCGs, or doing whatever else is popular rather than […]

Aug 27 2015 5:30PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

SmartDown is a full-featured Markdown text editor with syntax highlighting and HTML previewing, offering export to RTF, HTML, and PDF. Plain Markdown is supported, along with MultiMarkdown for things like tables, and Critic Markup for tracking changes. Light/dark themes are available, as well as your own; every aspect of syntax highlighting is customizable, and you can add your own CSS for Markdown preview.

Writers are well served, with statistics on words, sentences, pages, and reading time; you can even specify a word-count goal, and SmartDown will show your progress. It takes Markdown syntax into account when counting words, and it offers a Highlight Mode, where all but the current sentence or paragraph is dimmed. You can also do basic outlining in your Markdown file. Headings can be collapsed/expanded, using arrows in the document gutter, and there’s a floating tooltip marking the section. You can even export your work as an OPML file.

There are some handy editing tools, like shortcuts to move lines and a right-click palette of Markdown-insertion options. 

The bottom line. SmartDown is ideal for planning, organizing and writing documents in Markdown. Extensive customization options add to the appeal.

Review Synopsis









Mac running OS X 10.9 or later


Completely customizable Markdown syntax highlighting and previewing. Outlining, with collapsible headings and OPML export. Useful statistics, goals, and tools for writers.


Some rough edges in interface and keyboard shortcut support.

Aug 27 2015 3:00PM EST | Source: Geek.com
LG Rolly Keyboard
Portable keyboards are quite a popular edition to a mobile workers bag. Typing on a touchscreen has improved greatly in recent years, but it still doesn’t compare to tapping away on real, physical […]

Aug 27 2015 1:29PM EST | Source: Geek.com
This pair will hit the streets as the Lumia 950 and 950XL.

Aug 27 2015 12:26AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

At last, Apple has started selling third-party Apple Watch accessories in its stores, although the selection is currently severely limited. In other news, we finally get to see the movie poster for the Steve Jobs biopic that's been in the news for months, and Apple CEO Tim Cook received an, ahem, agreeable amount of Apple shares for his recent performance as CEO.

Apple Starts Selling Third-Party Apple Watch Accessories in Stores

As a part of Apple's continuing redesign of its retail experience, the Cupertino company today started selling third-party accessories for the Apple Watch in its stores. As noted by MacRumors, the first product available is ElevationLab's $29.95 NightStand, which serves as both a charger and an alarm clock.

ElevationLab originally only offered the NightStand in blue, black, and red, but as a result of its new direct partnership with Apple, it's now also possible to get the unit in pink, blue, green, black, and white (in Apple stores only) — specifically, the exact colors used for the Apple Watch Sport band. The device is also one of the few third-party devices so far to take advantage of watchOS 2's upcoming Nightstand Mode, which turns the Apple Watch into an alarm clock while it's charging.

Source: MacRumors

Sources claim that the device is the only third-party Apple Watch accessory available for purchase in an Apple retail store at the moment, but that might change next month.

As an aside, the report also notes that Apple has indeed removed that iPad "smart signs" that used to provide pricing and information for products like iPads, iPhones, and Macs throughout the store; now, instead, you'll have to take the slightly more awkward step of opening a dedicated pricing app to find out how much the device you're handling actually costs.

Movie Poster for Danny Boyle's Steve Job Biopic Revealed

Danny Boyle's Steve Jobs biopic is rapidly approaching its October wide release date, and now we even have an official poster for the highly anticipated film. The poster is designed with the same minimalist, white-space heavy design Apple products are known for, and it also recalls the cover of the bestselling Walter Isaacson biography the film is based on. As a bonus, it features actor Michael Fassbender looking a little more like Steve Jobs than usual.

The film itself will first be shown as the highlight of the New York Film Festival on Saturday, October 3. Michael Fassbender stars in the title role, but the film also stars Kate Winslet in the role of former Mac marketing chief Joanna Hoffman, Seth Rogen as Steve Wozniak, Jeff Daniels as former Apple CEO John Sculley.

The film focuses on the action backstage on the eve of three major Apple product launches: the original Macintosh in 1984, the NeXT Computer, and the iMac.


Tim Cook Receives Performance-Based Award of $58 million in Apple Stock

Tim Cook just had a very good Monday, according to a new report filed with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (via AppleInsider). As rewards for his tenure and performance, the Apple CEO received 560,000 vested restricted Apple stock units, which roughly amounts to a value of $58 million based on Apple's current stock price. Cook didn't sell any of the vested restricted stock units, and Apple reportedly withheld 290,836 units in order to stay within minimum statutory tax withholding requirements.

According to the filing, Apple's total shareholder return (TSR) had to fall within the top third of the Standard & Poor 500 in order for Cook to receive the stock. Apple ranked 46th, which was within the 90th percentile. Had Apple only reached the middle third, Cook would have received only 50 percent of the given award. If Apple had ranked in the bottom third, Cook wouldn't have received any restricted Apple stock units at all.

But, of course, he did well, and that brings his total current stock to approximately 1.17 million AAPL shares, with an additional 4.76 million set to vest in 700,000-unit batches in 2016 and 2021. Also, 1.68 million more will vest in six annual installments beginning in August of 2016.

In line with Cook's stated desire to make Apple "a force for good," Cook stated last year that he plans to give his entire fortune away once he pays for the college education of his young nephew.

Follow this article's writer, Leif Johnson, on Twitter.

Aug 27 2015 12:08AM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
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Aug 26 2015 11:42PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

Aug 26 2015 10:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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The skies don't have to be a mystery - all you need is the right tools to master the art of flight, such as your very own drone. The popular flying devices are a blast to play with, but have function beyond just fun. You can take a look at the best drones fit to fly and get one that fits your needs and budget in our Deals tab.

Snowflake Drone: $39.99

Taking to the skies is easier than you could imagine thanks to the Snowflake Drone. This tiny little flyer is capable of going just about anywhere, and with six-axis gyro technology, it's able to flip and roll with ease while staying in the air. You can pre-order the Snowflake Drone for just $39.99.

Code Black Drone: $99

Remote control toys have really taken a step forward in the awesome category over the last few years, and the Code Black Drone is all the proof you'll need. With a battery that is rechargeable via USB and a quick charging time of 30 minutes, the Code Black Drone is easy to keep going. Get it for $99.

SKEYE Mini Drone: $64.99


Remote control toys have really taken a step forward in the awesome category over the last few years, and the SKEYE Mini Drone is all the proof you'll need. Six-axis stabilization and precision-control steering makes it easy to navigate the skies Get it for just $64.99. 

Striker Spy HD-Camera Drone: $69.99


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Aug 26 2015 8:44PM EST | Source: Geek.com
Amazon’s Appstore for Android never really gained traction, despite having the full weight of the retail giant behind it. Google Play has continued to be the go-to source for Android apps and games, […]

Aug 26 2015 6:31PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

AirDrop and iCloud Photo Library make it easy to wirelessly move digital photos between Mac and iOS devices, but images need a passport to get to a more diverse range of travel destinations.

PhotoSync 3.0 is the absolute best way to shuttle photos and videos between a dizzying array of iOS and Android devices, Mac or PC computers (via the free desktop companion), FTP and WebDAV servers, cloud storage services, and a new generation of wireless storage devices.

Rather than rely on multiple client apps for services like Dropbox, Flickr, OneDrive, and Google Drive, PhotoSync can be configured to transfer photos and videos to each with a tap, and be set up to automatically transfer to a preferred service whenever you arrive at a predetermined Wi-Fi location, such as home or office.

With this update the list of available targets now includes Amazon Cloud Drive. It’s perfect timing now that Prime members can upload unlimited photos free of charge, although we initially had problems with a mysterious error triggered by a duplicate file check on this particular service. (The developer has a workaround on the way, but deleting empty files from a web browser also does the trick.)

In addition to supporting the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus properly, PhotoSync is also now fully compatible with iCloud Photo Library and OS X Photos, allowing users to create subdirectories, access image folders, upload burst mode images, and delete content directly for the first time. 

PhotoSync also offers the option to transfer original images or those with edits made in the Photos app already applied. This toggle switch is buried in Transfer Settings for each target, but offers an extra level of control you won’t get from native client apps.

We’d love to see future support for a number of off-the-beaten path targets, such as cloud photo services like Shutterfly and Adobe Revel, or lesser-known storage options such as Bitcasa or Copy.

The bottom line. Expertly and seamlessly transfers photos and videos between devices, computers, and the most important cloud storage services.

Review Synopsis


PhotoSync 3.0







iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 7 or later


Full support for iCloud Photo Library and OS X Photos. Option to transfer original or edited photos on a per-target basis.


Less responsive with larger photo libraries. Missing some popular cloud services.

Aug 26 2015 5:47PM EST | Source: Geek.com
That’s the official FCC website up there. It looks a little different, though. That’s because you don’t normally see a pop-up or a huge banner ad when you load it up. You can […]

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