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Daily Deals: MacBook Pro, 16.3MP Samsung camera, Seagate 2TB USB Drive

07/28, 3:53pm

Online deal highlights for July 28, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. Still-active deals from yesterday are accompanied by a new wave of offers, including a MacBook Pro for $200 off list price, a Samsung WB380 16.3-megapixel camera for $130, and 2TB of external storage for just $80.

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Hands On: NC Twitter Widget for Notification Center 1.1 (iOS)

07/28, 3:06pm

Just swipe to read the latest tweets

Twitter is a never-ending waterfall of news, totally random information and totally spurious comments: you can't keep up with everything, and everything changes from moment to moment too. NC Twitter Widget for Notification Center 1.1 can't stop the flow, but it can let you quickly see the latest few tweets before, just as quickly, letting you back into real life. It's an iOS 8 Notification Center item, which means you can see Twitter at any time by just swiping down from the top of your screen.

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App Update: ChronoSync Express, Liquid Rhythm, FilePane, more

07/28, 1:49pm

App Update for Jul 28, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to ChronoSync Express, Liquid Rhythm, FilePane, NetShred X, Keep Drive Spinning, and Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic II.

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Apple debuts three new ads for Apple Watch showcasing apps

07/28, 11:56am

Themes of music, fitness, travel highlight devices ease of use

Apple has now added three new TV spots to its collection of ads for the Apple Watch, each with an emphasis on showing what apps look like on the device, and each with a theme: music apps, travel apps, and fitness apps. The commercials showcase mostly third-party programs, and showcase the amount of clear, useful information that can be gleaned on the small screen. Shazam, Yelp, and Nike+ Running are among the apps featured.

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Hands On: Dashlane 3.0.3 (OS X, iOS)

07/28, 10:49am

Good, strong password manager

Ask anyone who uses a password manager app, and they will evangelize about it -- but they'll also make it sound as if there's only one. We're a little guilty of this ourselves: we've regarded 1Password as synonymous with password management. Yet there are really a handful of them, and Dashlane 3.0.3 has fans who will never look at anything else. They probably don't need to.

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Briefly: Windows 10 pre-load, Amazon Prime Music in UK

07/28, 9:14am

Users report Windows 10 upgrade files starting to download to systems

Microsoft is allegedly preparing for tomorrow's launch of Windows 10, by preloading the operating system on computers that have been booked in for the upgrade. According to WinBeta, users that have already reserved their free upgrade from Windows 7 or later will start to see the files being preloaded ahead of a release after midnight tonight. The report also warns upgraders they can also expect to download a day one patch for Windows 10, weighing in at over 1GB in size.

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Opinion: Yesterday's Google+ divorce -- Facebook gets the kids

07/28, 8:23am

Finally you won't be forced to have one

If you have signed up for YouTube, if you've got yourself a Gmail account, or if you have sneezed within 17 miles of a Wi-Fi hotspot, you've been given Google+. We'd say whether you wanted it or not, but did anyone actually want it? Now the service continues -- sans Google+ Photos -- but it's no longer going to be rammed in the direction of your throat. You can safely sign up for Google's more useful and popular services, and not automatically get this plastic toy in the bottom of the box.

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Apple issues fifth OS X 10.11 El Capitan to developers

07/27, 9:50pm

Release presages likely update to iOS 9, watchOS 2 betas

A day earlier than expected, Apple on Monday issued a fifth developer beta of OS X 10.11 El Capitan to registered developer accounts. At present, there is no further public beta release apart from the second tester release, issued last Wednesday. The new beta 5 has the same focus areas as the previous beta.

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Leak claims Parallels 11 will allow OS X users access to Cortana

07/27, 8:21pm

Feature will allegedly allow Cortana voice commands to be always on in Parallels

Users of Windows 10 on OS X may be able to use Microsoft's digital assistant, if they are using Parallels' Desktop for Mac. A leaked product page for version 11 of the virtualization software allegedly suggests that Cortana's voice commands will continue to be usable by Mac users running the Microsoft operating system on their desktop, even if Windows 10 is not the foremost application at that time.

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Daily Deals: Harman Kardon home theater, dashcam, Crucial 500GB SSD

07/27, 2:49pm

Online deal highlights for July 27, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. The old deals from last week have been removed, because it is the start of a new week, with the new deals including a 500GB Crucial SSD for $150, a dashcam for $120, and a Harman Kardon home theater system for $300.

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App Update: Deliver, uBar, Drobo Dashboard, more

07/27, 1:30pm

App Update for Jul 27, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Deliver, uBar, Drobo Dashboard, MacFamilyTree, DetectX, and Cookie Stumbler.

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Pointers: Taming the Applications folder with sub-folders

07/24, 8:09pm

Group apps together, or gather aliases to improve workflows

Today's Pointers comes with a warning: don't move any applications out of the Applications folder. Don't do it. There will be no immediate fire and brimstone raining down on you, but it will cause problems down the line if you do. We know of some people who have moved applications out onto the desktop, and they paid a pretty dear price for that mistake. So don't. You've been warned. Right, now here's how to mess around with your Applications folder.

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Daily Deals: MacBook Pro, Samsung Gear VR, Nikon 5300 DSLR

07/24, 2:11pm

Online deal highlights for July 24, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. All the old deals have been purged without remorse, with the new additions including a refurbished Nikon 5300 DSLR, the Samsung Gear VR headset, and $250 off the cost of a MacBook Pro.

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App Update: Space 2048, Mail Notifr, Output Factory, more

07/24, 1:04pm

App Update for Jul 24, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Space 2048, Mail Notifr, Output Factory, Blogo, iReador, and 7toX for Final Cut Pro.

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Briefly: YouTube vertical video support, Spotlight Stories on iOS

07/24, 11:05am

YouTube app updated with improved vertical video support

YouTube has made a number of changes to its mobile apps, making it easier to view videos filmed vertically. The iOS and Android apps will now show vertical videos fullscreen when the device is held in portrait mode. The update also introduces the option to receive notifications when certain channels update, such as if a new video is posted, and alterations to the way it displays account information to the user. More video updates were also touted for inclusion in the future, including 3D videos.

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Meerkat adds streaming support for GoPro Hero3 cameras

07/24, 9:43am

GoPro cameras can stream live feed through Meerkat for iOS

Owners of some GoPro sports cameras are now able to broadcast a live stream online, after Meerkat added support for the imaging devices. Announced at VidCon this week, GoPro Hero3 cameras can now be connected to the app running on a nearby smartphone or tablet over Wi-Fi, giving Meerkat users an alternative way to capture footage to stream to their followers over the Internet.

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MacNN Deals: Three discounted edge-case connectivity tools

07/24, 7:58am

Fix your Wi-Fi coverage, reuse old remote controls with MacNN Deals

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the discounted items available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today's trio of offers are all related to helping you connect your devices together, from an IR receiver that can bring new life to old remote controls, to an AirPlay server, to Wi-Fi optimization tools.

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Hands On: Microsoft Send 1.2.4 (iOS)

07/24, 7:40am

When email just isn't curt enough

Microsoft Send 1.2.4 is more an experiment than an app: designed by the company's Garage team, it's an attempt to see what email would be like if you turn it into text messages. The answer is ... text messages. Maybe you like text messages and for some reason can't send them to someone. If so, then Microsoft Send is for you.

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Daily Deals: Fitbit Charge, Ovivo 55-inch 4K TV, Bluetooth keyboard

07/23, 2:47pm

Online deal highlights for July 23, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. All the old deals have been purged without remorse, with the new additions including a $10 Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad, a 55-inch 4K TV for $500, and the Fitbit Charge fitness tracker.

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App Update: SilkPix Developer, Comic Collector, RailModeller, more

07/23, 1:22pm

App Update for Jul 23, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to SilkyPix Developer Studio, Comic Collector, RailModeller Pro, FileMorph, iExplorer and Safari Omnikey.

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Senator Franken, Consumer Watchdog call for App Store investigation

07/23, 10:16am

App Store fees, restrictive rules affecting music services draws ire from critics

The terms and fees Apple imposes on other music streaming services using the App Store has come under attack from more sources. US Senator Al Franken (D-MN) and advocacy group Consumer Watchdog have both written to the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC), urging them to investigate whether or not Apple is "engaging in anticompetitive behavior" with regards to Apple Music and its App Store policies.

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Hands On: Phraselogy 2.0.6 (iPad)

07/23, 10:01am

It's no Word but this Drafts sister title is excellent

Agile Tortoise is the developer of four apps. We enthused about Terminology, we raved about Tally 2, we fair evangelise Drafts 4 daily. That leaves Phraseology 2.06, and of course after those three we went in expecting to like it -- but we also thought we might not. For Phraseology is a word processor, and we have already written thousands of words in the note-taking Drafts 4. A trip into Phraseology, therefore, became simultaneously a practical question of whether we needed it, and a more philosophical one of what exactly the difference is between a note-taking app and a word processing one.

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Briefly: Pebble Time firmware update, Spotify signs SFX music deal

07/23, 7:24am

Pebble Time firmware update includes new settings for vibration, brightness

A firmware update for the Pebble Time is available to install, with version 3.2 adding more settings and fixes to the device. Among the additions are intensity and time-out duration options for the backlight, adjustable font sizes for certain areas of the operating system, adjustable vibration strength for various alert-related functions, and a Dismiss All action for notifications. The smartwatch can be updated via the Pebble Time app's support menu.

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Microsoft Garage releases Send conversational email app on iOS

07/23, 6:35am

Microsoft Send turns work emails into IM-style conversation

Microsoft Garage, an experimental testing team, has released an app that aims to make email easier to deal with. Send, initially released for iOS as a free download, is a lightweight email client that tries to turn work-related emails into an instant messaging-style conversation that can be used for "brief, snappy conversations," instead of longer messages that do not encourage a response, or eat into the employee's working time.

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My Stupid Fault: iCloud vs local iPhone backups

07/22, 6:00pm

Allegedly the start of a new series

Yeah, right. "We should do an occasional column where we each admit to huge technology problems that were entirely our own doing," MacNN management said. "Maybe readers could learn from our mistakes, perhaps they can avoid doing similar things, and certainly we'll all have a good laugh," they said. "You go first."

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New public betas of iOS 9, OS X 10.11 El Capitan available

07/22, 2:25pm

Releases follow latest developer betas, still have plenty of issues

As predicted yesterday, Apple has created public beta versions from the latest developer betas of OS X 10.11 El Capitan and iOS 9 for testing with registered testers. The betas are the second public incarnation, but are actually based on the fourth developer betas. Both upgrades, available to the public for free this fall, are still in early stages, and still have a long list of problem areas and issues. Testers are strongly cautioned to heed Apple's warnings about beta software.

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Pointers: Summer Project -- e-publishing part 9, paperback writer

07/22, 2:08pm

Turning your e-book into a real, printed one

As I write this, the paperback of my book The Blank Screen: Blogging is working its way through the final stages of publication via Amazon. It's a book about blogging for writers and authors, but more importantly it has been the subject of the Summer Project. Through countless software apps and services, we've followed the creation of a genuine book. Not some test thing, not an afternoon's casual typing, but a real book that was already being written.

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Daily Deals: Nikon 1 S2, Logitech speaker system, 240GB Kingston SSD

07/22, 1:52pm

Online deal highlights for July 22, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. All the old deals have been ruthlessly exterminated and are removed from the list, with the new collection including a refurbished 2.1-channel Logitech speaker system for $25, a 240GB Kingston SSD, and the Nikon 1 S2 mirrorless camera.

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App Update: beaTunes, Capture Gif, A Better Finder Attributes, more

07/22, 12:05pm

App Update for Jul 22, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to beaTunes, Capture Gif, A Better Finder Attributes, BeatGauge, Default Folder X and Growly Notes.

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Apple pulls ability to post App Store reviews using iOS 9 beta

07/22, 8:23am

New pop-up notice warns iOS 9 beta users they cannot add App Store reviews

In a move likely to please app developers, users of the beta for iOS 9 are no longer able to add their reviews to the App Store. The latest build of the mobile operating system removed the ability to post the reviews, with a new pop-up window appearing on beta versions stating "This feature isn't available. You can't write reviews while using a prerelease version of iOS" whenever a user attempts it from a device with iOS 9 installed.

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Daily Deals: Blue Snowball, Dell monitor, Logitech trackpad keyboard

07/21, 4:26pm

Online deal highlights for July 21, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. All the old deals have been ruthlessly exterminated and are removed from the list, with the new collection including a really cheap Blue Snowball microphone, a 24.1-inch Dell monitor, and an illuminated living room keyboard and touchpad from Logitech.

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App Update: Fade In, VOX, Calibre, more

07/21, 3:45pm

App Update for Jul 21, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Fade In, VOX, Calibre, QuarkXPress, SmartBackup and Nvidia Cuda Drivers.

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Apple releases fourth developer betas of El Capitan, iOS 9, watchOS 2

07/21, 2:53pm

Second public beta of OS X 10.11 now includes Apple retail employees

Apple on Tuesday released new betas for all three of its in-development updates for OS X 10.11 El Capitan, iOS 9, and watchOS 2. The OS X and iOS betas will likely also be available as "public" betas to those who have signed up for the AppleSeed pubic beta program, currently limited to roughly one million users. WatchOS 2 is not available as a public beta, and users are cautioned that only Apple can downgrade the Apple Watch if users install a pirated copy of the earlier (and buggy) beta.

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The Big Deal Reminder: BundleCult's July Mac Bundle

07/21, 12:25pm

Eight days left to get ten helpful apps at a steep discount

Last week, MacNN highlighted a deal that was too big for the Daily Deals post, so it had its own story. Since there's eight days left for it to run, we thought you may want a reminder if you want to get it before it ends. The BundleCult's July Mac Bundle is a collection of ten essential apps to make your use of OS X easier, by helping you to manage your files, improve your web experience, and overall make you work smarter when using your Mac.

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Episode 24: What's that, Neil Young? I can't hear you

07/20, 7:20pm

Too busy enjoying Apple Music streaming on my iPod touch

In this early season of presidential candidate pronouncements, its refreshing to see someone not running for office who can crazy with the best of them. On this week's MacNN Podcast We celebrate 10 years of podcasts along with Apple, as well as the new, updated iPod touch. We then proceed, like all good parties, to trash some things -- in this case, iTunes and Neil Young's crazy (high) horse. Show notes after the jump.

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Daily Deals: Sceptre 49-inch 4K TV, Powerline networking, Chromecast

07/20, 2:22pm

Online deal highlights for July 20, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where the staff of MacNN searches online retailers for offers, bundles, sales, and discounts on hardware, software, games, and gadgets for you, the discerning reader. A new week means all old deals are removed from the list, with the new collection including a sub-$500 49-inch Ultra HD TV, a powerline networking extension kit, and the Google Chromecast.

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App Update: Sound Siphon, BetterTouchTool, FileZilla, more

07/20, 2:06pm

App Update for Jul 20, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Sound Siphon, BetterTouchTool, FileZilla, Kodi, Fotor, and BetterSnapTool.

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Briefly: podcasts listeners prefer Apple, Watch buyers happy

07/20, 1:25pm

Podcast audience overwhelmingly on iOS, use default player

A new report by audio platform Clammr that pushes the notion that podcast listening is on the verge of breaking into the mainstream of American culture (due to popular podcasts such as Marc Maron's WTF and Welcome to Nightvale) reports that the vast majority (66 percent) of podcast listeners are on mobile devices, and that 82 percent of that audience are using iOS devices -- with 78 percent using the default Apple player.

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Hands On: Pocket 5.6.7 (iOS)

07/20, 10:14am

Save MacNN articles to read later

Apparently there are other websites in the world -- it's not just MacNN. If you spot one, do let us know -- and also save interesting articles from them to read later. That's what Pocket 5.6.7 for iOS is for, and if you lob pieces in there just when you're too busy to read them right now, that would be good enough for us.

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Pointers: Tethering to your iPhone

07/20, 7:18am

When you simply have to get online

This is the most dangerous Pointers tutorial we have ever done. It's not like it will risk your life and limb, it's more that it will risk ours if you do this and it goes wrong. For this is how to connect your MacBook or your Wi-Fi-only iPad to your iPhone in order to use the latter"s cell signal -- and your service provider may not like you for that. Worse, they may like you for it a lot, and be rubbing their hands as you pile on the devices and add to your bill and their hopes of a yacht this month at your expense.

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MacNN's Week that Was: July 13 through July 19, 2015

07/19, 11:21am

Or: I guess relative planet size and albedo makes no difference, huh?

July is well more than half over! Hard to believe, but this is already our fourth Sunday installment of the MacNN Week That Was column. In case you're not familiar, Week that Was is about the stories that entertained us, informed us, or amused us in our patrols around the Internet during the week. We're not just highlighting our own writing -- anything that we've discussed behind the scenes here at MacNN is fair game. Read on for thoughts on the events of the week in the tech world including

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Pointers: Making a custom radio station in iTunes 12.2

07/18, 1:50am

RIP iTunes Radio, long live the new iTunes Radio

This week's abominably late Pointers column (sorry about that) is an update of one we did in March of this year about how to create your own custom iTunes Radio station based on songs or artists that you liked. If you haven't updated to iTunes 12.2 yet, then read the older column for instructions for your version of iTunes. When version 12.2 came out, things changed -- some for the better, some for the worse, and iTunes Radio changed too.

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Forums: iTunes ruined my movies and more

07/17, 6:40pm

iTunes ruined my movies and more

This week in the MacNN forums, members try to assist one Fresh-Faced Recruit in determining why it was that their movies that had been downloaded from iTunes to an external hard drive had been deleted after their last iTunes update. Earlier this week "ghporter" turned to the forums looking for advice on cleaning up the hard drive on his wife's MacBook, as he thinks this may be the reason it is running slow.

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Daily Deals: 48-inch TCL Roku TV, Sony Cybershot, Logitech speaker

07/17, 3:54pm

Online deal highlights for July 17, 2015

Welcome to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN reader. As always, still-active deals are listed after the new collection, which includes a TCL 48-inch Roku Smart TV, a Sony Cybershot 20.4-megapixel camera, and a compact Logitech Bluetooth speaker that costs just $30.

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Hulu considering advertising-free streaming video subscription

07/17, 2:40pm

Potential service allegedly will cost more than Netflix, Hulu Plus

Hulu is looking into offering its users with an advertising-free service, the Wall Street Journal claims. The streaming service may offer an extra tier of service that removes advertisements from view, one that costs even more than the existing premium subscription option, as Hulu faces increased pressure from Amazon prime Instant Video and Netflix, two competing services that do away with advertising completely.

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App Update: Unity, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, TunesArt, more

07/17, 2:32pm

App Update for Jul 17, 2015

App development has taken off in the last few years, making it increasingly difficult to stay on top of all the latest versions. To help all of you out, we here at MacNN are dedicated to sorting through new update releases, and highlighting some of the important ones, as well as showcasing apps that we find to be interesting. Today, we look at revisions to Unity, Malwarebytes Anti-Malware, TunesArt, Barcode UV, and Read4Me.

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Hands On: Microsoft Word 2016 (OS X)

07/17, 11:02am

The new version of Word for OS X is very, very good -- but so what?

If you have to use Microsoft Word at work, go get this now and be delighted with it. If you don't have to, if you're looking for a great word processor, it's just a little harder to recommend Word quite so readily. It's harder, and it's also very unfair, as 30 years of using various versions of Word have left us with biases against it. Word earned those biases, it's just difficult to think about going back to relying on it, even though Microsoft Word 2016 is the best and the shiniest version ever.

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Microsoft issues RTM build of Windows 10, USB distribution revealed

07/17, 9:39am

Windows 10 will be sold on USB drives in stores shortly after launch

Microsoft has reportedly completed its Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build of Windows 10, in preparation for the operating system's July 29 launch. The RTM launch is one of a few items surfacing as Microsoft gets closer to the launch, with the company also making it easier for customers to use and install Windows 10, by making it available on USB drives in stores shortly after the launch takes place.

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Editorial: whatever happened to 'It Just Works?'

07/17, 7:48am

Apple's not done the very best of jobs with iTunes

The smart money said if anything were going to go wrong, it would be Beats 1: something live is automatically the most likely to fall over in some way. If someone had already taken that bet, you'd settle for guessing that massive demand would overload the streaming servers. Yet instead, the bit of the Music app and Apple Music launch that caused problems -- and continues to cause them -- is good old iTunes for OS X. We've had iTunes for nearly 15 years, and every thing else in Apple Music for a fortnight but it's iTunes for the Mac that has fallen down and can't seem to get up.

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Daily Deals: Netgear Nighthawk router, Monster speaker, Vizio HDTV

07/16, 5:15pm

Online deal highlights for July 16, 2015

After yesterday's craziness, welcome back to Daily Deals, the post where we scour online retailers for discounts, offers, bundles, and sales on hardware, software, and games for you, the discerning MacNN reader. Still-active deals that have more than four available for flash sale (looking at you, Amazon) are listed after the new collection, which includes a Netgear Nighthawk router for $115, a Monster Clarity Speaker, and a 50" Vizio HDTV for $420.

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