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Facebook unleashes Rooms, brings communities back to chat rooms

App allows users to create customized chat rooms, log in with any user name

Facebook's Creative Labs team is bringing a new, yet old way to socialize over the Internet to users through its application Rooms. The free iOS app lets users create custom chat rooms on a topic, without requiring any special log in or connection to a Facebook account. Instead, users can select whatever...


AT&T reveals third quarter earnings, falls short of estimates

Carrier pulls $33 billion in revenue, added over 2 million mobile, broadband customers

AT&T's quarterly results fell short of industry projections when the company announced $32.9 billion in revenue for the third quarter of 2014. The resulting earnings per share (EPS) was $0.63, missing the projected $0.64 EPS on $33.25 billion in revenue. While the company may have missed projections,...


Staples likely latest company suffering customer payment info breach

Unknown number of victims, data taken from PA, NY, NJ

Office supply store Staples appears to be the latest victim of a breach of customer payment information. The company issued a brief statement saying that they were looking into the matter, after several banks reported fraudulent activity with a pattern pointing to the source being Staples stores in the...


Sprint adds 12-month option to 'iPhone for Life' leasing plan

Shorter leasing period, iPhone 5S inclusion in Sprint plan

Sprint is making changes to its iPhone for Life rental plan, just over a month after launch. The carrier is adjusting the plan to allow customers the ability to lease an iPhone and upgrade it after 12 months, though the existing 24-month period between upgrades will continue to be offered to users at...


Sprint increases Family Share Pack range with 1GB plan for $20

New Sprint Family Share Pack offers double data of similarly-priced Verizon plan

Sprint is attempting to beat Verizon and AT&T by offering more data to customers on a low-cost subscription. In a continuation of earlier "double data" promotional plans, Sprint has introduced a new $20 Family Share Pack which is claimed to offer double the data of similarly-priced plans from Verizon,...


Opinion: iPad Air 2 demo shows power of 64-bit mobile computing [U]

Apple A8X chip in iPad Air 2 set to smoke the competition

Apple's demo for the iPad Air 2 during its latest keynote event was hugely impressive. As the company often does during its live presentations, it invited two developers on stage to highlight not only their apps, but also the power of the new iPad Air 2. Although all the technical details are not yet...


Memo shows Rite-Aid's disabling of Apple Pay, NFC systems deliberate

Will replace bank-sponsored system with competing mobile wallet platform next year

Following reader complaints of Rite-Aid stores no longer accepting Apple Pay or Google Wallet payments (following a brief period where both worked properly) and a "cone of silence" from PR representatives, leaked documents have revealed that the reversal by Rite-Aid on accepting NFC-based payments was...


AT&T locking Apple SIMs in new iPad models, buyers complain

Sprint, T-Mobile leave devices open

The new Apple SIM in the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 is being locked to AT&T if data subscribers choose that carrier, according to complaints. The problem is confirmed by a new Apple support document, which says that when buyers "choose AT&T on iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3, AT&T dedicates Apple SIM to [that]...


MetroPCS adds data plans for tablets, sells Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7

Tablet plans from MetroPCS include unlimited data, 4G allowances

MetroPCS is offering tablets on its service for the first time, and has introduced a new set of data-only price plans for the mobile devices at the same time. The first tablet offered by T-Mobile's prepaid brand, usable on the new tariffs, is the Alcatel Onetouch Pop 7, a mid-ranged Android tablet with...


Former Apple execs Johnson, McDougal form new retail startup, Enjoy

Service would help shoppers make better decisions about online purchases

Former Apple retail chief Ron Johnson, along with his former Apple colleague Jerry McDougal and former Apple creative director Tom Suiter have teamed up in a new retail-oriented startup endeavor called Enjoy, promising to help consumers spend more wisely instead of just aiming for the cheapest price....


Microsoft reports $23.20B for first quarter, beats projections

Surface revenue increases 122 percent, commercial revenue up 10 percent

Microsoft beat analyst expectations for the first quarter of 2015 today, posting $23.20 billion in revenue with a diluted earnings per share (EPS) of $0.54. Analysts expected the company to post EPS of $0.50 on $22.02 billion in revenue. Strong sales in consumer hardware and a 10 percent growth in the...


Giveaway: win one of five copies of RapidWeaver 6!

Win one of 5 copies of RapidWeaver 6!

Earlier this week, we reported on a major update to Realmac's web publishing tool, RapidWeaver 6. It is now built exclusively for Mavericks and Yosemite, and has a dozen major new features. Immediately, our team was hard at work putting RapidWeaver 6 to the test, and yesterday our full hands-on review...


Briefly: Lian Li PC-Q26 chassis, Toshiba ships Satellite Radius 11

Aluminum chassis brings network storage options to consumers in mini-ITX form factor

Lian Li announced a new chassis aimed at consumers looking for custom built network-attached storage (NAS) options and system integrators. The new PC-Q26 brushed aluminum chassis grants ample room for storage options, while promoting the use of smaller computer parts as emphasized by the fit for mini-ITX...


Xiaomi moves international user data out of China during expansion

Move comes as the company looks to strengthen services on a global scale

Xiaomi announced this week that it's taking steps to strengthen its services across the globe after an expanded server infrastructure effort started earlier in the year. As a part of the server expansion, the company said that data from international users of Xiaomi products is being transferred out...


Hungarian government proposes data transfer tax for Internet providers

Proposed Internet tax could help Hungary with national budget deficit

Internet providers in Hungary may find their costs will increase, as the government mulls a possible tax on Internet traffic. A draft tax bill for 2015 has been submitted to the country's parliament, one which would require companies to pay for data transfers, as the country attempts to deal with a national...


VisionTek unveils USB 3.0 Pocket SSD external drive

Drive can hit over 400MB/s, suitable for operating systems

Accessory manufacturer VisionTek today announced the new VisionTek USB Pocket SSD line of thumb drive-sized SSDs. The USB 3.0 drive can be used with nearly any Windows, OS X, and Linux based system, with performance of up to 455MB/s read and 440MB/s write in a pocket-sized drive.


Twitter introduces Digits, a new way to log into applications

Digits offered in Twitter's Fabric development kit, uses only a phone number

Twitter has started putting the pieces into place to distance users from password requirements with the announcement of Digits. The company unveiled the new platform at its first mobile developer conference in San Francisco today, as a part of its Fabric suite of development tools. Rather than relying...


Rare Apple I computer sold at auction for $905,000

Takes second place in all-time high price paid for a personal computer

On the same day that Apple's stock closed at the second-highest price it has achieved in 2014, a new record-high price for its first computer -- the original Apple I -- has also been set, by a considerable margin. While an incredibly rare still-functional Apple I model (thought to be one of just six...


Apple Pay loyalty program may be coming in time for holidays

Demand may have pushed up schedule

A loyalty program for Apple Pay may be ready to go in time for the holidays, says Bank Innovation. Some retail sources had previously suggested this was unlikely, in part because of doubt about the prospects of a large shift in customer behavior happening right before the holiday season. Real-world market...


Valve pulls game from Steam over Gabe Newell Twitter death threat [u]

Frustrated developer complaints cause removal of game from sale on Steam

[Update: Mike Maulbeck is stepping down from the company] A game has been pulled from the Steam store, after the developer threatened to kill Valve Software's co-founder, Gabe Newell. Mike Maulbeck, the creator of Paranautical Activity, was frustrated at how his creation was incorrectly labeled in the...


Hands On: Steam Marines (OS X, Windows)

Rogue-like strategy not made for the faint of heart

Following a year of development in Steam's Early Access program, Steam Marines finally made its way to the general public a few weeks ago. Similar in style to games like Space Hulk and XCOM, Steam Marines is a top-down strategy shooter that requires players to carefully plan out each turn. Available...


Verizon continues double-digit profit growth, posts $21.8B revenue

Continued growth in wireless boosting dropping wired profits

Cellular carrier Verizon today reported double-digit, year-over-year percentage growth in reported and adjusted earnings per share for the 10th time in the past 11 quarters. Verizon reported $0.89 in earnings per share in third-quarter 2014, compared with $0.78 per share in third-quarter 2013. Total...


CEO recaps growth report, praises employees in company memo

Cook announces new trip to Beijing for worker meeting that will be posted online

As is his habit, Apple CEO Tim Cook on Monday released a company-wide memo to employees recapping much of the sales and growth data from the analyst conference call given earlier that afternoon. He referred to the expectation-beating results as "Apple's highest September quarter revenue ever, and our...


Hands On: Printworks (OS X)

Desktop publisher offers tools suitable for beginner and experienced users

Standalone desktop publishing software fills a need for those who want to create a variety of printed projects, particularly if seeking a structured, template format. Launched earlier this year, Printworks for OS X is an all-purpose page-layout and desktop publishing app that offers templates for a wide...


Fitbit shares findings on allergic reaction to Force, adding warning

No mandatory recall taking place as long as small adjustments made by company

Fitbit offered a statement last week on the findings of an investigation into the Force fitness wristband. The company decided to voluntarily pull the device from store shelves in February 2014, as it was thought to be causing rashes on the wrists of users. CEO James Park took to the company's webpage...


Freeway Pro, Cocktail, MacFamilyTree

Daylite 4.1.4

Daylite is a productivity suite that allows businesses to share calendars, contacts, tasks, projects, notes, and more. The software also allows projects and tasks to be delegated among users, and includes a smart lists feature for quickly organizing related data. A problem that prevented customers from...


Bean, Color Splash Studio, Great Plain Text

Color Splash Studio 1.4

Color Splash Studio is a photo editing utility that includes a number of tools for adjusting grayscale, brightness, contrast, and blur parameters. Version 1.4 includes an enhanced painting brush, touchpad integration, and an updated interface. Additionally, MacPhun has teamed up with CanvasPop to allow...


iCash, Studiometry, PDF Studio

SixtyFour 1.0.5

SixtyFour is a memory optimization tool that allows users to force 64-bit apps to open in a 32-bit mode. The v1.0.5 release includes a number of new features and has been fully tested on Mac OS X Lion. In addition, the software is currently being sold on a donation basis, allowing customers to choose...


Presto, NetShade, Voila

Presto 1.2

Presto uses head tracking and image-matching technology to help simply the process of creating and editing videos. After importing a video and presentation slides into Final Cut Pro, the utility automatically creates a timed slide track that is displayed beside the presenter in the video. A free update...


ScreenFlow, Undercover, Power Manager

Power Manager 4.1

Power Manger allows users to create ergy saving schedules for their computers, as well as automate a number of tasks. Version 4.1 adds improvements for enterprise customers, including an updated self-signed certificate implementation, the ability to self-repair authorization rights, and the ability to...


Sticky Notes, ContaxCRM, eMail Bouncer Handler

ContaxCRM 2.2

ContaxCRM allows users to store, view, and communicate with customers and suppliers easily. With the new 2.2 upgrade, additional security options, incoming e-mail options, and reports have been added. Additionally, the default screen size now fits better in Macbook Air, and support is included for Online...


Jade Plug-in, ReelNQ, ScreenFlow

ScreenFlow 2.1.5

ScreenFlow is a screen capture tool that is capable of recording the contents of an entire desktop at the same time as a stream from a video camera. In v2.1.5 the YouTube publish feature will now upload content longer than 15 minutes for customers with accounts that allow it. The capture resolution of...


TotalFinder, Delegate, Kiwi

YouSendIt Express 2.7

YouSendIt Express can be used to send and receive files from a computer's desktop. The software sends files through YouSendIt's online file sharing service and includes features for automatically packaging files into a ZIP archive. Other features include password protection, certified delivery, and file...


Bug Reporter Kit, The Unarchiver, TrackTime

MBS REALbasic Bug Reporter Kit 1.0

The MBS REALbasic Bug Reporter Kit is a cross-platform bug reporting engine that allows developers to collect bug data from their customers. The software is capable of catching Windows System Exceptions, Signals on Mac OS X and Linux, and unhandled C++ exceptions. Developers are also provided with access...


Black Hole, AppDelete, iStat Menus

HotSale 1.4.9

A new 1.4.9 version of HotSale, a point-of-sale management utility that can be used to keep track of inventory, sales, customers, and rented items, has been released. The upgrade offers an enhanced automatic e-mail feature and extends e-mail functionality to support all reports. A printing error has...


ArtOptimizer, CheckUp, rubiTrack

SerialMailer 7.0

SerialMailer 7.0 allows companies and individuals to communicate with a large group of customers or friends without having to rewrite e-mails for each person. The new version adds a database manager for simpler organization, as well as the ability to send personalized attachments to individual users....


Youtube Converter for Mac, Tidy Up!, Graph Paper Maker

Blue Moon App 1.0

Chiaro Software has unveiled a new Mac-based customer management utility, Blue Moon App. The program can be used to browse and edit customer databases and to password protect stored information. A search field is provided for locating specific customers by name, and support is included for importing...


Nisus Writer Pro, Tidy Up!, RbApp

Nisus Writer Pro 1.4

Nisus Writer Pro is an entry level multilingual word processor with features such as table of contents, indexing, bookmarks, cross references and text wrap. Version 1.4 includes several new built-in menus that provide better integration with Sonny Software's Bookends applications. Customers will need...


Freeway Pro, Cocktail, MacFamilyTree

Daylite 4.1.4

Daylite is a productivity suite that allows businesses to share calendars, contacts, tasks, projects, notes, and more. The software also allows projects and tasks to be delegated among users, and includes a smart lists feature for quickly organizing related data. A problem that prevented customers from...


Bean, Color Splash Studio, Great Plain Text

Color Splash Studio 1.4

Color Splash Studio is a photo editing utility that includes a number of tools for adjusting grayscale, brightness, contrast, and blur parameters. Version 1.4 includes an enhanced painting brush, touchpad integration, and an updated interface. Additionally, MacPhun has teamed up with CanvasPop to allow...


iCash, Studiometry, PDF Studio

SixtyFour 1.0.5

SixtyFour is a memory optimization tool that allows users to force 64-bit apps to open in a 32-bit mode. The v1.0.5 release includes a number of new features and has been fully tested on Mac OS X Lion. In addition, the software is currently being sold on a donation basis, allowing customers to choose...


Presto, NetShade, Voila

Presto 1.2

Presto uses head tracking and image-matching technology to help simply the process of creating and editing videos. After importing a video and presentation slides into Final Cut Pro, the utility automatically creates a timed slide track that is displayed beside the presenter in the video. A free update...


ScreenFlow, Undercover, Power Manager

Power Manager 4.1

Power Manger allows users to create ergy saving schedules for their computers, as well as automate a number of tasks. Version 4.1 adds improvements for enterprise customers, including an updated self-signed certificate implementation, the ability to self-repair authorization rights, and the ability to...


Sticky Notes, ContaxCRM, eMail Bouncer Handler

ContaxCRM 2.2

ContaxCRM allows users to store, view, and communicate with customers and suppliers easily. With the new 2.2 upgrade, additional security options, incoming e-mail options, and reports have been added. Additionally, the default screen size now fits better in Macbook Air, and support is included for Online...


Jade Plug-in, ReelNQ, ScreenFlow

ScreenFlow 2.1.5

ScreenFlow is a screen capture tool that is capable of recording the contents of an entire desktop at the same time as a stream from a video camera. In v2.1.5 the YouTube publish feature will now upload content longer than 15 minutes for customers with accounts that allow it. The capture resolution of...


TotalFinder, Delegate, Kiwi

YouSendIt Express 2.7

YouSendIt Express can be used to send and receive files from a computer's desktop. The software sends files through YouSendIt's online file sharing service and includes features for automatically packaging files into a ZIP archive. Other features include password protection, certified delivery, and file...


Bug Reporter Kit, The Unarchiver, TrackTime

MBS REALbasic Bug Reporter Kit 1.0

The MBS REALbasic Bug Reporter Kit is a cross-platform bug reporting engine that allows developers to collect bug data from their customers. The software is capable of catching Windows System Exceptions, Signals on Mac OS X and Linux, and unhandled C++ exceptions. Developers are also provided with access...


Black Hole, AppDelete, iStat Menus

HotSale 1.4.9

A new 1.4.9 version of HotSale, a point-of-sale management utility that can be used to keep track of inventory, sales, customers, and rented items, has been released. The upgrade offers an enhanced automatic e-mail feature and extends e-mail functionality to support all reports. A printing error has...


ArtOptimizer, CheckUp, rubiTrack

SerialMailer 7.0

SerialMailer 7.0 allows companies and individuals to communicate with a large group of customers or friends without having to rewrite e-mails for each person. The new version adds a database manager for simpler organization, as well as the ability to send personalized attachments to individual users....


Youtube Converter for Mac, Tidy Up!, Graph Paper Maker

Blue Moon App 1.0

Chiaro Software has unveiled a new Mac-based customer management utility, Blue Moon App. The program can be used to browse and edit customer databases and to password protect stored information. A search field is provided for locating specific customers by name, and support is included for importing...


Nisus Writer Pro, Tidy Up!, RbApp

Nisus Writer Pro 1.4

Nisus Writer Pro is an entry level multilingual word processor with features such as table of contents, indexing, bookmarks, cross references and text wrap. Version 1.4 includes several new built-in menus that provide better integration with Sonny Software's Bookends applications. Customers will need...


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