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Apple seeded iOS 8.2 Beta 3 (build 12D5452a) to developers on Thursday. Apple also released Xcode 6.2 Beta 3 With WatchKit.
Following the attack by hackers, Sony Pictures is “stuck in 1992.” A source inside Sony tells TechCrunch that the squeal of the fax machine, and the low murmur of co-workers that are now forced to speak face-to-face have replaced the sound of incoming email and text messages. However, iOS and Mac users have fared better.
As a little bit of extra holiday fun, you can now dress up your SwiftKey keyboard up for the holidays! SwiftKey has updated their custom keyboard for iOS 8 to include a holiday theme.
Jimmy Fallon celebrated the holiday season by giving every member of his studio audience a free iPad Air 2 during Wednesday’s taping of The Tonight Show.
Amazon has announced the kickoff of their new Prime Now delivery service. The new service, launching today in select areas of Manhattan, promises one hour delivery of “daily essentials.” The company plans to offer Prime Now to more cities in 2015.
District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzalez Rogers has ruled that the Steve Jobs video deposition that played a key role in the iPod/iTunes antitrust trial Apple faced last week will not be released to the public.
Apple’s (Product) RED promotions over the Black Friday/Cyber Monday weekend brought in $20 million for the fund to fight AIDS in Africa. Apple offered a (RED) section in their App Store, as well as donating a portion of all retail and online store sales from the big shopping weekend.
Apple has given us a peek behind the scenes of the making of their new holiday ad “The Song”. The ad focuses on a young woman who who unearths an old record, apparently a gift from her grandmother to her grandfather from the 1950s:
Apple has seeded new betas of their Safari browser to developers. Versions include Safari 8.0.3 beta for OS X Yosemite, Safari 7.1.3 beta for Mavericks, and Safari 6.2.3 beta for Mountain Lion.
The Federal Court of Canada agreed on Wednesday to politely order Apple Canada to turn over documents to the Competition Bureau as part of an investigation into whether Apple unfairly used its market power to promote sales of its iPhones.
We told you yesterday about the Pixelmator for Mac update, yet neglected to mention that the iPad version of Pixelmator also received some update love. The new version (1.0.2) includes new sliders, new brushes, and a “slew” of fixes.
If you’ve been holding your breath waiting for Netflix to enable offline viewing on your iOS device, Netflix director of corporate communications and technology Cliff Edwards advises you stop, because it’s “never going to happen.”
Hackers of NY founder Dani Grant has discovered a security flaw that allows Delta passengers to access the boarding passes of other passengers, even if they’re on another airline.
The Apple Watch, Watch, iWatch, whatever you want to call it, this is the watch everyone want to get their hands on, (wrist into?), and now you can win one in the Apple Watch Giveaway!
It’s taken awhile, but the Instagram app for iOS has finally gotten an update. The update includes new low-key filters, such as Slumber, Crema, Ludwig, Perpetua, and Aden.