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Apple could sell 30 to 60 million iWatches over the first year
By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2.0 | July 14, 2014 — 16:27 GMT (09:27 PDT) Follow @the_pc_doc, zdnet.com
Apple’s buoy­ant ecosys­tem, com­bined with a brand loyalty-generated “halo effect” could see Apple sell between 30 and 60 mil­lion iWatch­es dur­ing the first year, claims Mor­gan Stan­ley ana­lyst K …

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Jul 14, 2014

Apple could sell 30 to 60 million iWatches over the first year
By Adrian Kingsley-Hughes for Hardware 2.0 | July 14, 2014 — 16:27 GMT (09:27 PDT) Follow @the_pc_doc, zdnet.com

Apple’s buoy­ant ecosys­tem, com­bined with a brand loyalty-generated “halo effect” could see Apple sell between 30 and 60 mil­lion iWatch­es dur­ing the first year, claims Mor­gan Stan­ley ana­lyst K …

“Log In | Join ZDNet Home Hot Topics Reviews Downloads Newsletters White Papers UK Edition UK NewsHybrid CloudWearablesEnterprise SoftwareSecurityMicroserversTabletsWindows XPCES 2014StorageIT SecurityBattle for the Soul of ITBig DataIaaSVirtualization READ THIS: Google’s Tel Aviv Campus set for overhaul that leaves startups’ future under a cloud”

Purported iPhone 6 cover makes video appearancecnet.com
Adding to this week’s iPhone 6 spec­u­la­tion, a new video shows what may be a new dis­play for Apple’s next gen­er­a­tion of smart­phone.The video, pro­duced by Chi­nese site ifanr and post­ed on 9to5Mac, comes just days after 9to5Mac post­ed…
Jul 3, 2014

Purported iPhone 6 cover makes video appearance
cnet.com

Adding to this week’s iPhone 6 spec­u­la­tion, a new video shows what may be a new dis­play for Apple’s next gen­er­a­tion of smart­phone.

The video, pro­duced by Chi­nese site ifanr and post­ed on 9to5Mac, comes just days after 9to5Mac post­ed…

iPad Air: 12 Common Problems, and How to Fix Them
By Simon Hill — July 3, 2014, digitaltrends.com
There’s very lit­tle to com­plain about with the iPad Air. It is the best 10-inch tablet on the mar­ket right now, but true per­fec­tion is tough to achieve. But there are always a few bugs with a new …
Jul 3, 2014

iPad Air: 12 Common Problems, and How to Fix Them
By Simon Hill — July 3, 2014, digitaltrends.com

There’s very lit­tle to com­plain about with the iPad Air. It is the best 10-inch tablet on the mar­ket right now, but true per­fec­tion is tough to achieve. But there are always a few bugs with a new …

Apple Beefs Up iCloud.com Security With 2-Step Verification
Karissa Bell, mashable.com
Your iCloud account just got a lit­tle more secure.Apple rolled out two-step ver­i­fi­ca­tion to iCloud.com, its cloud-based ser­vice for stor­ing and sync­ing mail, pho­tos, con­tacts and other account infor­ma­tion among devices.Two-step…
Jul 2, 2014

Apple Beefs Up iCloud.com Security With 2-Step Verification
Karissa Bell, mashable.com

Your iCloud account just got a lit­tle more secure.

Apple rolled out two-step ver­i­fi­ca­tion to iCloud.com, its cloud-based ser­vice for stor­ing and sync­ing mail, pho­tos, con­tacts and other account infor­ma­tion among devices.

Two-step…

VivoLnk’s Digital Tattoo will unlock your Moto X
By Andy Boxall — July 1, 2014, digitaltrends.com
Sick of tap­ping in your PIN num­ber every time you want to use your Moto X smart­phone? You’ll want to pick up a Dig­i­tal Tat­too from VivaLnk then, which does away with that pesky process, sav­ing  …
Jul 1, 2014 / 1 note

VivoLnk’s Digital Tattoo will unlock your Moto X
By Andy Boxall — July 1, 2014, digitaltrends.com

Sick of tap­ping in your PIN num­ber every time you want to use your Moto X smart­phone? You’ll want to pick up a Dig­i­tal Tat­too from VivaLnk then, which does away with that pesky process, sav­ing …

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 mini: Familiar Look, Weaker Specs
Stan Schroeder, mashable.com
techSam­sung has announced the Galaxy S5 mini, a small­er, 4.5-inch ver­sion of its flag­ship smart­phone, the 5.1-inch Galaxy S5.Unfor­tu­nate­ly for those who want­ed the same specs in a small­er pack­age, the 4.5-inch Galaxy S5 mini…
Jul 1, 2014 / 1 note

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 mini: Familiar Look, Weaker Specs
Stan Schroeder, mashable.com

tech

Sam­sung has announced the Galaxy S5 mini, a small­er, 4.5-inch ver­sion of its flag­ship smart­phone, the 5.1-inch Galaxy S5.

Unfor­tu­nate­ly for those who want­ed the same specs in a small­er pack­age, the 4.5-inch Galaxy S5 mini…

Latest iPhone 6 Mockups Could Offer Preview of the Real Thing
Christina Warren, mashable.com
techWe’ve seen many, many mock­ups of the pur­port­ed iPhone 6 over the past half year — tons — and even though all of these mock­ups are just that, as time pro­gress­es, they may actu­al­ly be get­ting clos­er to what the final end prod­uct co…
Jul 1, 2014 / 1 note

Latest iPhone 6 Mockups Could Offer Preview of the Real Thing
Christina Warren, mashable.com

tech

We’ve seen many, many mock­ups of the pur­port­ed iPhone 6 over the past half year — tons — and even though all of these mock­ups are just that, as time pro­gress­es, they may actu­al­ly be get­ting clos­er to what the final end prod­uct co…

Windows 9 ‘Threshold’ Will Bring Back The Default Start Menu
Steven Tweedie, businessinsider.com
Details are emerg­ing about Win­dows 9, and it sounds like the fan-favorite Start Menu will be back in the lime­light for the upcom­ing release.Win­dows 9, also known as Win­dows “Threshold,” will report­ed­ly move aside some of its col­or­ful…
Jun 30, 2014

Windows 9 ‘Threshold’ Will Bring Back The Default Start Menu
Steven Tweedie, businessinsider.com

Details are emerg­ing about Win­dows 9, and it sounds like the fan-favorite Start Menu will be back in the lime­light for the upcom­ing release.

Win­dows 9, also known as Win­dows “Threshold,” will report­ed­ly move aside some of its col­or­ful…

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Jun 22, 2014

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FIFA’s World Cup Ban on Beats Headphones Backfires
Ian Stewart Palmer, soccerly.com
Even though top foot­ball stars such as Luis Suarez, Ney­mar, and Wayne Rooney wear them, the pop­u­lar Beats brand of head­phones are banned at World Cup grounds when it comes to play­ers wear­ing them. This is because FIFA has a licens­ing…
Jun 18, 2014

FIFA’s World Cup Ban on Beats Headphones Backfires
Ian Stewart Palmer, soccerly.com

Even though top foot­ball stars such as Luis Suarez, Ney­mar, and Wayne Rooney wear them, the pop­u­lar Beats brand of head­phones are banned at World Cup grounds when it comes to play­ers wear­ing them. This is because FIFA has a licens­ing…