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Briefly: EE fined £1M in UK, Unofficial YouTube app on Android Wear

EE fined by UK telecoms regulator over customer complaint issues

British carrier EE has been fined £1 million ($1.5 million) by regulator Ofcom for failing to resolve customer complaints in a three-year period from July 2011 until April 2014, against Ofcom's Code of Practice. The Next Web reports that EE failed to provide information to consumers about the alternative...


MacNN Deals: Upgrade how you use the Apple Watch

Two wooden charging stands, customized Apple Watch bands on offer

Every day, alongside our regular Daily Deals post, we are showcasing some of the sales available on our own MacNN Deals page. Today's collection revolves around the Apple Watch, including two stands to stylishly charge the smartwatch, as well as a way to improve the watch itself by replacing the band...


GigSky utilizes Apple SIM for purchase of world-spanning data plans

Initiative allows world travelers to use one data plan across range of countries

International data service provider GigSky today announced that it will offer cellular data plans for iPad travelers with the Apple SIM in more than 90 countries and territories. With an Apple SIM installed, iPad customers can view and select available pay-as-you-go contract-free short-term data plans...


Barclaycard expands NFC payments in UK with bPay devices

New bPay wristband, key fob, sticker provides contactless payments in UK

Barclaycard is expanding the number of ways people in the United Kingdom can make contactless payments, by offering more NFC-equipped items. A bPay sticker, along with a key fob and a wristband, will be going on sale in the country soon, allowing customers to make the contactless payments quickly without...


Pointers: play nearly any media file on your iOS device

Third-party app combo make home video playback drop-dead easy

Today's Pointers is going to be a bit short and sweet because, like everyone else in the US, we're itching to get out of the office and engage in dangerous, noisy, polluting activities of an excessive nature. So while you are waiting in the burn unit or drunk tank for either treatment or bail money,...


Plex forums breached, user data held to ransom by hacker

Forums, blogs attacked in Plex breach, ransom deadline looms

Plex is under threat from a hacker, attempting to blackmail the service by holding some of its customer data up for ransom. The streaming media software developer's forums have been breached, with the hacker demanding bitcoin from the company, otherwise the attacker will release all the acquired customer...


Some PC users won't get Windows 10 update on July 29 launch day

Windows 10 to be released to users in waves, following Windows Insiders

Prospective users of Windows 10 may have to wait before being able to use the next version of Microsoft's operating system, the software company has revealed. A blog post advises that it will be rolling out Windows 10 to Windows Insiders first on July 29, then reserved systems will be notified that they...


Apple Music launch cripples Home Sharing, alters iTunes Match

Matched music downloaded as DRM-locked files, iOS music Home Sharing dead

The heralded Apple Music service launch has accompanied a merger of iTunes Match with Apple's new streaming service. However, possibly to appease record labels, some significant changes have been made to iTunes functionality, including the removal of Home Sharing for music on the iPhone and iPad, as...


Cisco launches bid to buy OpenDNS for $635 million

Deal expected to close in 1Q 2016 after regulatory approvals are met

Today, Cisco announced its intent to acquire OpenDNS, a privately-held security company based in San Francisco. OpenDNS provides advanced threat protection through domain name system extension, adding phishing protection and content filtering to the vital service. The acquisition is expected to close...


Microsoft adds sixth Surface Pro 3 option, Surface 3 LTE on the way

Sixth Surface Pro 3 includes Core i7 processor, 8GB RAM, 128GB storage

Microsoft has quietly extended its Surface Pro 3 lineup, adding one more option to the existing collection of five tablets, as part of a few changes to its overall Surface range. The sixth tablet adds an extra Core i7 selection to the roster, and while it has the same core specifications as its high-end...


Leak in iTunes 12.2 shows Apple will update iPod lineup

Shuffle, Nano, Touch to continue, but no obvious visible changes seen

An image buried inside the resources of iTunes 12.2 offers a surprising revelation to iPod fans: Apple's iPod lineup, which has seen diminishing sales for years, will get another -- though possibly final -- hurrah, with new color options and likely upgraded processors and storage. All three of the company's...


Sprint lifts 600kbps video stream restriction on All-In plan

Online complaints prompts backtracking by Sprint over bandwidth policy

Sprint has backtracked on its decision to limit the bandwidth of video streams in a recently launched plan, following online complaints. The All-In plan, launched just yesterday, will no longer have the video-specific rule in play, which prevented subscribers from watching streaming video at higher bit...


Analysis: Apple Music and Beats One

The MacNN staff look at today's massive litany of releases by Apple

It's that time again -- Apple has hit us all with a flood of releases, and leading the pack are Apple Music and Beats One. Join Managing Editor Mike, MacNN Editor Charles, and writer William for a discussion of all the hits, misses, and we discuss if we should keep the wheel in the sky turning for what's...


Sprint launches 'All-In' plan that limits video stream bandwidth

Video throttling restriction included in $80 Sprint unlimited data plan

Sprint has launched a new price plan today that it hopes will make the cost of the service simpler to subscribers signing up to it. At the same time, the carrier has also come under fire for including a policy in the "All-In" plan's small print, limiting the amount of data transferred for specific types...


Apple finally launches iTunes 12.2, capping day of software updates

Update brings Apple Music, fixes to the venerable music player

Breaking: As predicted, Apple has just made iTunes 12.2 available for OS X users, as of 6PM ET. While not yet available through the iTunes update menu, the package can be seen and downloaded through the App Store's update tab. The software, which was expected earlier today to coincide with the launch...


European Parliament adopts net neutrality rules, ends roaming fees

Deal puts end to roaming charges in European Union by June 2017

Europe is one step closer to ending mobile phone roaming charges throughout the continent, after the European Parliament agreed on new rules to forbid them once and for all. According to the deal, agreed to last night in the final days of Latvia's European Union Council presidency, roaming charges as...


Hands On: Satechi Smart Travel Router

A travel router that doubles as an international plug adapter

In our experience, there are two things -- both of which cause frustration and discontent -- that most international travelers can agree on: hotel Wi-Fi, and the fact that one probably won't be able to just plug something in to fix it. Not only are there differences in what's coming out of the wall...


Apple to release iOS 8.4 tomorrow, upgrade iTunes Match in fall

Virtual locker included with paid Apple Music, to expand to 100,000 songs

Through confirmations, now-deleted posts, and a series of tweets, Apple has revealed that iOS 8.4 will be released tomorrow, June 30, at 8AM PT (11AM ET), and SVP of Internet Software and Services Eddy Cue has clarified how iTunes Match and the paid Apple Music subscription service will work together....


Hands On: iOS 9 Preview for iPad Air 2

New multitasking features inject new life into iPad

Although there have been some clues that Apple has been planning to introduce split-screen multitasking on the iPad, it was still something of a surprise to see the feature finally debut at WWDC. The feature will make its debut in iOS 9, which is due to officially land sometime in the fall, likely around...


Game Replay: Star Wars alpha, bug bounties, Fallout 4 bottle caps

Gaming news summary for June 29, 2015

Welcome to the Game Replay, the twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista. In today's edition, EA gets a closed alpha of Star Wars: Battlefront ready, an early access game on Steam pays a bug bounty, Nintendo offers more Amiibo models in the UK, and someone...


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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