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Nov 23 2014 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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There's never a shortage of awesome offers available in our Deals tab. But, they're only around for so long. We'd have to have you miss out on great savings for items that we know you're after, so we've rounded up some of the deals that are about to end. Take advantage of big discounts and get these great products before they shoot back up to retail price.

The Pocket Kick Speaker is the punch you need when you need to fill your day with amazing audio no matter where you are. It's as portable as they come, but it packs an incredible punch and keeps going with 10 hours of battery life. You can get it for just $74.99.

Kick packs in about as much power as you could ever need into one small package. Though it's small, Kick can push out 400 lumens of light, making it twice as bright as most police flashlights. Keep Kick in your back pocket for just $149.

Drones are taking over the skies, so claim your bit of wild blue yonder with the Panther Drone. Not only can it pull off awesome manuevers with its stunt mode but it also comes equipped with an HD camera, making it ideal for capturing everything from above. Get it on sale for just $110.

An understanding of coding is becoming more important if you want to work on the web or with mobile devices. Whether you just want to learn how the platforms you use so regularly work or if you want to become a developer, this Learn to Code bundle has courses for you. You'll learn HTML, CSS, Java, Xcode, Objective C, PHP, XML, jSON, AJAX, jQuery, and much more. There are eight course and over 80 hoursof content ready to be put to use by you.

Nov 23 2014 2:46PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - Shares in microprocessor maker Intel Corp could rise more than 30 percent to $48 over the next two years, Barron's reported in its Nov. 24 edition.

Nov 23 2014 2:05PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's biggest telecoms service providers have filed a complaint to media regulator Ofcom demanding greater competition in the business broadband market, where they say BT has an effective monopoly.

Nov 23 2014 12:08PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - An advanced malicious software application has been uncovered that since 2008 was used to spy on private companies, governments, research institutes and individuals in 10 countries, anti virus software maker Symantec Corp said in a report on Sunday.

Nov 22 2014 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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You're always on the lookout for a great deal. Any opportunity to snatch up an awesome item for an affordable price gets you excited. Well, then you'll love our Deals tab. There are always great offers available, and new ones being added regularly. But they're only around for a limited time--like these great deals that are about to end.

Ever have issues with your WiFi connection? Stop messing around with slower speeds and bad connections. Fix your wireless network and make sure you're getting the speed that you need with the help of NetSpot Pro. It's on sale for just $19.

If you want to get into the business of making the web safer for yourself and for others, then you need to get the Cyber Security Developer Bundle. With over 60 hours of instruction on how to secure your online life, this collection of courses is the ideal starting point for any person concerned with safety. Get this bundle for just $49.

When you're on the go and you have your favorite Apple devices with you, it's best to have accessories that make using them even better. That's why you need the Smart Travel Router, a great way to get a charge and connect to the web worry free in almost every country. Get it for just $34.99.

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.

Nov 22 2014 2:16AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

We're getting pre-pre-Black Thursday action going on here, so we know the deals long in advance. Meanwhile, Yosemite and iOS 8 have been updated, and there's new Apple Watch news. But what's the latest happening in Arizona? And that Steve Jobs picture no one wants the title part for? Looks like it's gone the way of the original click wheel iPod. 

Nov 22 2014 12:48AM EST | Source: MacLife.com

After months of waiting, the class action lawsuit alleging that Apple played foul with its iBooks customers by fixing the price of e-books may at least be coming to an end. Today U.S. District Court Judge Denise Cote accepted Apple's $450 million proposal to settle the suit, although she expressed concern regarding the timing of the proposal.

According to Reuters, Judge Cote thought the document Apple submitted was an "unusually structured settlement, especially for one arrived at on the eve of trial." Apple originally submitted the settlement back in July, after all the parties involved agreed to the $450 million sum. At the onset of the suit, the opposing lawyers had asked for $840 million.

The settlement may have been approved, but Apple still hopes to win its Dec. 15 appeal of an earlier ruling from the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York (which Cote presides over as well), which stated that the Cupertino company was culpable of working with major book publishers to inflate prices for its store.

Should Apple win the appeal (and thus be found not guilty of breaking antitrust laws), the submitted settlement could keep the Cupertino company from paying a dime to either consumers of the lawyers involved. If Apple is found guilty, however, it'll "only" have to pay $400 million to as many as 23 million consumers. (The remaining $50 million would go to legal fees.) Alternatively, the case could end up being retried.

Apple first got into trouble when the U.S. Department of Justice argued that the iPhone maker had used "agency model" pricing to keep suppliers from selling the same books they sold to Apple to other retailers at lower prices. The model was meant to compete with the wholesale model employed by businesses such as Amazon, which allows them to set their own prices below cost.

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Nov 21 2014 11:46PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

iWork for iCloud just got a little more useful today after Apple updated the software with several new features, uncluding support for eight new languages and the addition of more than 50 new fonts to the existing collection. Generally the changes affect Apple's cloud-based productivity suite across the board, and you can find them in iWork's cloud versions of Pages, Numbers, and Keynote.

There is a small exception; Arabic and Hebrew language support is only available on Pages, although French, German, Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, and Brazilian Portuguese can now be found across all three major apps.

Most apps are now a tad more user-friendly as well, thanks to additions such as the ability to undo the deletion of section breaks in Pages and the ability to show or hide the slide navigator in Keynote and Numbers. Other features include renaming documents within the editor itself, to drag wedges from pie charts, and to move and resize the legends for said charts.

iWork for iCloud can be accessed on all of the major browsers (Safari, Chrome, Firefox, and Internet Explorer), although it's best to use the most recent versions of those browsers for optimal performance. All three related apps remain in beta, although you can access them all as long as you have your Apple ID and password handy.

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Nov 21 2014 9:15PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
SEATTLE (Reuters) - A Seattle police plan to outfit officers with body cameras was back on for early December after the agency struck an unusual deal with an anonymous programmer whose massive public-records requests threatened to cripple the program, police said on Friday.

Nov 21 2014 9:09PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
(Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co Ltd has filed a complaint with the U.S. International Trade Commission seeking to block computer-graphics chips made by Nvidia Corp from the U.S. market, Bloomberg reported.

Nov 21 2014 6:19PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

If you've got an Apple, Mac, or iOS tech question, we've got the answer. In this week's Ask, we'll let you know what to do when the icons on your Mac aren't showing up properly.


After updating to iWork 13, I've noticed that document icons for Pages and Numbers don't show the new icon previews, even when that option is selected and older Pages and Numbers docs show previews. Is there any way to alter these apps to show previews in the icons?


As you use your Mac and install multiple versions of applications onto the system, there can come a day where the icon association that the operating system stores for use with applications gets corrupted or is incorrect and out of date. Fortunately, this is a fairly easy fix, and it only requires moderate mucking about in Terminal (or if you prefer, a dedicated application like Cocktail or TinkerTool). 

We’ll use the Terminal to make the fix, since it’s fairly easy and requires no additional downloads or software that you’ll probably only use infrequently. To fix the problem, open the Terminal application (located inside the /Applications/Utilities folder), then type in one of these commands, followed by the Return key.

If you are on OS X 10.5 or later, then execute this command (all in one string):

LaunchServices.framework/Versions/A/Support/lsregister -kill -r -domain local
-domain system -domain user

Executing this command will rebuild the system’s icon association database, and will restore order in OS X with regards to how apps’ icons appear in the Finder.

If you are on OS X 10.4 or below, execute this command (all in one string) instead:

LaunchServices.framework/Support/lsregister -kill -r -domain local -domain system
-domain user

When you press Return, the command may take a few minutes to execute. Don’t close the Terminal window until you’re returned to the Terminal (with a flashing insertion point). Once returned and you see the flashing insertion point, then you can exit the Terminal application. 

Ask is written by Cory Bohon, a freelance technology writer, indie Mac and iOS developer, and amateur photographer.

Got a tech question? Email ask@maclife.com.

Nov 21 2014 6:05PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
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Nov 21 2014 6:03PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

A long-standing classic app goes free as Apple's App of the Week potentially saving you $30, and if that savings isn't enough to get you over to the App Store, we've got a good round up of games and more to save you cash and bring joy to your life. What more could you want?

Nov 21 2014 6:03PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

A long-standing classic app goes free as Apple's App of the Week potentially saving you $30, and if that savings isn't enough to get you over to the App Store, we've got a good round up of games and more to save you cash and bring joy to your life. What more could you want?

Nov 21 2014 5:30PM EST | Source: Geek.com
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Nov 21 2014 5:16PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
Commentary: Get ready to experience "Live and Let Die" in a whole new way. Talk about the ever-changing world in which we're living.

Nov 21 2014 5:00PM EST | Source: MacLife.com

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Winter is on its way, and things are about to get a lot colder. But just because the winds of winter are blowing and snow is falling doesn't mean that you can't put your tech to good use. Keep warm while still making the most out of your favorite mobile tech by getting the Knitted Touchscreen Gloves and Bluetooth Audio Beanie, both on sale now in our Deals tab. 

You need to keep your hands warm, but how can you keep them in your pocket when there are webpages to browse and swipes to be made? The Knitted Touchscreen Gloves allow you to make the most out of your iPhone while keeping your fingers and hands nice and toasty. Get them on sale for just $19.

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 for just $24.99.

Nov 21 2014 4:47PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
NEW YORK (Reuters) - GameStop Corp's shares fell 13 percent on Friday, a day after the company posted disappointing quarterly results, and its options attracted bearish bets as traders appeared to be preparing for a further slide in the share price over coming months.

Nov 21 2014 4:33PM EST | Source: CNET Android Atlas
This clever Kickstarter project leverages your existing case to provide a secure, inexpensive strap.

Nov 21 2014 4:22PM EST | Source: REUTERS Technology
NEW YORK (Reuters) - A U.S. judge on Friday gave final approval to Apple Inc's agreement to pay $450 million to resolve claims it harmed consumers by conspiring with five publishers to raise e-book prices.

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