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Briefly: NeoFinder 6.6,Tap-Ex touch screen Wi-Fi range extender

10/28, 2:25pm

NeoFinder (formerly named CDFinder) has announced its release of a new version of its file organizing software. NeoFinder allows users to keep track of one's digital files, photos, songs, movies, fonts on hard disks, USB drives, DVD-ROMs, CD-ROMs and other media formats. Generating thumbnails and reading metadata during the cataloging process, NeoFinder assists in creating powerful searches, smart folders, albums and more.

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FTC launches suit against AT&T for unlimited data plan throttling

10/28, 1:51pm

The US Federal Trade Commission has launched a suit against AT&T for its admitted throttling of unlimited wireless data users. The FTC claims that AT&T has implemented the up to 90 percent slower data speeds on over 3.5 million customers a total of more than 25 million times since implementation on October 1, 2011.

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Next Office for Mac due in first half of 2015 with Retina support

10/28, 1:31pm

Following up on an earlier glimpse at a new Outlook, Chinese site cnBeta has produced even more information on Microsoft's plans for Office on the Mac. Leaked presentation slides suggest that it will ship in the first half of 2015, and that all apps will include full Retina support as well as an aesthetic matching OS X Yosemite. At the same time, the suite should more closely hew to the "look and feel" of Office for Windows. One such change is the use of the Quick Access Toolbar throughout the suite.

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QuarkXPress 2015 release slated for first half of new year

10/28, 12:48pm

Today Quark Software Inc. unveiled QuarkXPress 2015, the next major version of Quark's design and layout tool for print and digital publishing. Coming in the first quarter of next year, Quark promises that QuarkXPress 2015 will deliver increased performance with a new 64-bit architecture, efficient print and digital production, and many of the most user-requested features. The new version of QuarkXPress will continue to be sold as a perpetual license as opposed to a subscription service.

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MOTU ships 24Ai, 24Ao rack-mounted 24 channel audio mixers

10/28, 12:27pm

Audio hardware company MOTU is now shipping the 24Ai and 24Ao, two new audio interfaces that offer 24 channels of analog audio input or output in a single rack space, combined with three banks of ADAT optical, for a total of 72 channels of I/O. Similar to the 1248, 8M and 16A models released by MOTU earlier this year, the 24Ai and 24Ao are equipped with DSP-driven mixing/effects and AVB Ethernet. With all five interface models, users can mix and match complementary I/O configurations and unify operation on their shared AVB audio networking platform.

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Apple TV picks up A&E's FYI, Hallmark's Feeln app channels

10/28, 11:43am

Two new channels have been silently added to the Apple TV. The first of this is A&E's FYI, formerly known as Biography and rebranded in July. Most of the network's content is reality TV programming such as Tiny House Nation and Best in Bridal. On the Apple TV some videos are free, but full access requires authenticating with a cable provider.

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Apple Pay saw over one million card activations in first 72 hours

10/28, 11:03am

During the service's first 72 hours, over one million credit and debit cards were activated on Apple Pay, according to Apple CEO Tim Cook. The executive made the comment yesterday at the WSJ.D conference in Laguna Beach, California. Cook moreover claims that Apple Pay already has more mobile wallets in the US than all other mobile payment platforms combined, despite the headstart of options like Google Wallet.

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Apple's 2014 10-K shows surges in R&D, acquisition spending

10/28, 9:51am

Apple's 2014 10-K filing, just published by the Securities and Exchange Commission, shows major increases in acquisitions and research spending. Even excluding its $3 billion Beats takeover, the company still managed to increase acquisition spending from $496 million to $957 million during the last fiscal year. Annual research and development spending has more than doubled during the past three years, rising from $2.4 billion to $6 billion.

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Tim Cook: Parts for iPod classic no longer manufactured

10/28, 7:50am

Without much fanfare, Apple discontinued the hard drive-based iPod classic in September of this year. Speaking at the Wall Street Journal's WSJD conference, Apple CEO Tim Cook had a simple explanation for fans of the high capacity device -- lack of parts availability led to the demise of the last non-flash iPod.

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YouTube CEO: Music Key in development, subscriptions possible

10/28, 7:13am

YouTube's music subscription service "Music Key" is still in development, CEO Susan Wojcicki has confirmed, though it may not be the only subscription option the service will provide its users. A monthly payment to remove pre-roll and other forms of advertising from YouTube is being considered, but other subscription schemes are apparently being considered.

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First look: Apple iPad Air 2, iPad mini 3

10/28, 5:25am

Apple is heading into the holiday season with what it says is its "strongest holiday product line up ever." The arrival of the new iPads certainly helps to underscore the point. Most expected that Apple would bring the popular Touch ID feature to both models, while processor upgrades were also in the cards. With leaks increasingly taking some of the surprise out of Apple's product launches, it still managed to keep a few things secret until it took the wraps off the iPad Air 2 and the iPad mini 3.

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Hands On: Elegy for a Dead World (OS X, Windows)

10/28, 1:52am

Elegy for a Dead World is a collaborative effort from Dejobaan Games and Popcannibal that aims to challenge the normal conventions used to define video games. Crowdfunded successfully--including being a Kickstarter Staff Pick--the game itself raised a little over $72,000 or about 150 percent of their goal. They did it by promising to produce a game unlike anything players have seen before. This mentality has not gone unnoticed, earning the game accolades at such industry events as Independent Games Festival 2014, Game Developer Conference, and IndieCade.

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Revenue hits $7.35B for T-Mobile in Q3, adds 2.3 million customers

10/28, 12:00am

T-Mobile's growth continues according to their third quarter figures for the 2014 fiscal year. In the financial results released late Monday night, T-Mobile said it pulled in $7.35 billion in revenue for the reported period. Consumer growth hit 2.34 million, the second highest number of additions to the carrier in the last seven reporting periods.

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Twitter beats estimates with third quarter results, user growth slows

10/27, 10:50pm

Twitter posted its third quarter results for fiscal year 2014, posting $361.2 million in revenue. Revenue was up compared to the same quarter in 2013, with quarter-on-quarter results improving by approximately $49 million. The company beat out analyst projections of $351.35 million, but posted lower than the $0.01 earnings per share (EPS) expected with a loss of $0.29 EPS.

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Alleged new version of Outlook for Mac leaks on Chinese site

10/27, 8:32pm

Images claiming to be from a leaked copy of the next version of Outlook for Mac have appeared on the Chinese site cnBeta, which may hint at an impending release for the long-awaited update to the Microsoft Office suite. The program is said to be called "Outlook for Mac 16," and may suggest that the next major Office revision for Mac may be be released alongside a new Windows version. The program appears to take on the design language of OS X Yosemite, and is said to be more unified with the Windows version.

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