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Hands-On With The Nexus 9 Tablet By Clip Syndicate According to TechCrunch reviewers, Google's new Nexus 9, in a nutshell, is big, and it’s beautiful. Like the jump from Nexus 5 to Nexus 6, there’s a pretty huge spike in quality and build feel from the Nexus 7 to the Nexus 9. The Nexus 9 is expected to cost $100 more than the Nexus 7--$300 vs. $200, and it certainly feels like a pricier device.

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The IPad's Glory Days Are Over. Where Does It Go Now? By Clip Syndicate Apple reported its fiscal 2014 fourth quarter results on Monday, and in a surprise to absolutely no one, iPad sales are down again. For the third consecutive quarter, iPad sales have declined year-over-year. On a call with analysts, Apple CEO Tim Cook positioned the decline in sales as a speed bump, not a huge issue. Still, Cook conceded that this isn't where Apple wants to be. Cook said, "We want to grow. We don't like negative numbers on these things." That need for future growth is probably one of the reasons Apple realigned its iPad offerings last week.

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Apple Addresses ICloud Attacks While China Denies Hacking Allegations By Clip Syndicate Without saying much, Apple appears to have sent a clear message to hackers: stop messing around with iCloud users in China. On Monday, a group that monitors online censorship in China accused the People's Republic of intercepting traffic between local users and iCloud.com in an attempt to steal their passwords. In a so-called man-in-the-middle attack, the Chinese government allegedly hijacked virtually all connections to iCloud.com from inside the country using a fake certificate. A day later, Apple appears to have thwarted the operation with a technical fix, though the company has neither mentioned China specifically, nor confirmed whether the change was a direct response to the attacks. But the company also put out a new support page that says it's aware of "intermittent organized network attacks," and warns users not to enter their iCloud username and passwords if they see a warning for an invalid digital certificate. The Chinese government has categorically denied any involvement in the hacking scandal.

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NSA Clears Samsung Devices By Clip Syndicate Samsung Electronics Co. said Tuesday the U.S. National Security Agency approved a number of its mobile devices for use by government officials to carry classified information, a positive step for the smartphone maker’s struggling mobile division. The development comes as Samsung continues to work slowly but persistently to boost its appeal in the enterprise market by clearing the technological hurdles to ready Galaxy devices for corporate and government customers with high-security needs.

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British Chip Designer's Profit Swings Higher By Clip Syndicate British microchip designer ARM Holdings PLC has reported a 34% rise in third-quarter profit, saying it saw strength in demand for high-tech chips for mobile phones and a pickup in demand for so-called “smart” objects. ARM, which designs technology found in chips in more than 95% of all smartphones, said net profit for the three months to Sept. 30 increased to 64.8 million pounds ($104.8 million) from 48.5 million a year earlier on a 6% rise in revenue to £195.5 million.

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Apps are replacing traditional paper coupons By Clip Syndicate The days of cutting coupons are over for savvy smartphone shoppers. ...Read More »
Apple CEO Tim Cook Addresses The IPad’s Continued Lack Of Sales Growth By Clip Syndicate During today’s earnings call for Apple’s fiscal Q4 2014, CEO Tim Cook took time to address the iPad’s performance at length. Cook referred to a lot of the general kinds of negative feeling around iPad performance circulating around media and analysts, and brought up his own perspective on the product category. Cook said "I take a step back on iPad. I know that there’s a lot of negative commentary in the market on iPad, but i have a sort of different perspective on it. ...Read More »
OnePlus’ Impressive $299 Smartphone Will Finally Go On Sale To All — But Only For An Hour By Clip Syndicate If you’ve been in the market for OnePlus One, the hugely impressive $299 Android smartphone that is available by invite only — thus far — then you’re luck is in. The startup has announced that it will make its first smartphone available to all members of the public, but for a one hour window only. The impressive device will be available to buy for an hour on October 27, starting from 15:00 GMT — that’s 08:00 PST, or 11:00 EST. ...Read More »
IOS 8.1 With Apple Pay Now Available, Here’s What Else It Brings To Your IPhone And IPad By Clip Syndicate Apple’s iOS 8.1 arrives today, and it brings with it some impressive new abilities. First and foremost, at least in terms of its long-term impact, is probably the introduction of Apple Pay, the new mobile payment solution built into iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, and the new iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3. But 8.1 also offers the ability to send/receive texts and phone calls from your phone on your phone on your Mac, the return of “Camera Roll,” the public beta of iCloud Library and more.

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Apple Sells Better-than-expected 39.3 Million IPhones In Sept Quarter By Clip Syndicate Apple posted better-than-expected revenue after its best new-iPhone launch on record, pushing sales of the smartphone to 39.27 million in the September quarter. Sales of the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus began in September, helping Apple chalk up a 12.2 percent jump in revenue last quarter to $42.12 billion. That surpassed the roughly 38 million some on Wall Street had expected, and did not include sales in China, its largest market outside of the United States.

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