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Apple granted U.S. patents for wireless power system

Aug 7 2014 7:34am CDT | Source: Mac Daily News

google_ad_client = "ca-pub-9654279268749293"; /* Article Body, 336x280, Above the fold */ google_ad_slot = "0670981169"; google_ad_width = 336; google_ad_height = 280; //--> “On Tuesday, Apple received two patents related to wireless power,” Elise Ackerman reports for Forbes. “The patents, which researchers filed more than two years ago, describe a system that would let you power up your mouse, keyboard and possibly iPhone, iWatch, etc. sim ...
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How Do You Win The Mobile Wallet War? Be Like Starbucks.

Source: Apple Balla | Feb 22 2014, 11:54pm CST | by Forbes

Your money is going mobile. Everyone, from Apple, Amazon, Google, eBay, Square not to mention Visa and MasterCard wants...
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Wall Street Journal 2014 Laptop Guide: Get an Apple MacBook Air

Aug 6 2014 8:48am CDT | Source: Mac Daily News

google_ad_client = "ca-pub-9654279268749293"; /* Article Body, 336x280, Above the fold */ google_ad_slot = "0670981169"; google_ad_width = 336; google_ad_height = 280; //--> “I can rely on a few things in life. The sun rising in the east, my overpriced morning Starbucks latte, and people asking me, “What laptop should I buy?” as summer winds down,” Joanna Stern writes for The Wall Street Journa ...
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Steve Jobs wanted to give everyone access to free Wi-Fi

Aug 5 2014 10:17am CDT | Source: App Advice

Internet speeds have increased significantly since Apples first iPhone was released in 2007. What hasnt changed is how we connect to the Internet with our mobile devices. We either use data from our cellular provider, or connect to our home network. We may also occasionally use the free Wi-Fi connection from Starbucks or our local library.The late Apple CEO Steve Jobs once hoped to develop another way to connect to the Internet, according to Re/Codes Walter Mossberg.Jobs idea w ...
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OS X Yosemite Beta Failing to Download for Some Users

Jul 25 2014 12:34pm CDT | Source: Mac Rumors

After announcing its OS X beta program at WWDC in June, Apple yesterday released the first beta version of the operating system to the public amid favorable reviews. For a growing number of people, the early impressions of OS X have not been positive due to a downloading issue that has prevented the installation of the OS. Users in MacRumors forums, Apple support forums and on Reddit have complained about not being able to download OS X Yosemite from the Mac App Store. These users hav ...
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Apple’s Cool iTunes Refill Feature Now Available in the US

Jul 17 2014 3:09pm CDT | Source: Pad Gadget

Earlier this week, word came down the pipeline that Apple was starting to roll out a new refill service for Passbook. Called “iTunes Pass” the service allows users to walk into an Apple Retail Store and add money to their iTunes account. The service started in Japan, but today it has found its way to the U.S. and Europe. To start using iTunes Pass, open the App Store or iTunes Store app and select “Redeem” at the bottom of ...
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Apple Rolls out ‘iTunes Pass’ in Japan with Unique Passbook Payment Feature

Jul 15 2014 9:33am CDT | Source: Pad Gadget

There has been talk in the tech world that Apple is looking to capture the digital finance market. The introduction of Passbook is one way that Apple makes purchasing of services and merchandise easier. Today, the iPad maker unveiled a new service for Passbook, exclusively in Japan, that allows users to refill their iTunes account by purchasing credit in Apple Stores. As discovered by AppleInsider, iTunes ...
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Square Strikes Nationwide Payment Deal With Whole Foods

Source: Apple Balla | Feb 11 2014, 11:48am CST | by Forbes

Having partnered with Starbucks more than a year ago, mobile payments company Square has pushed the envelop again by...
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