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Facebook Begins Auto-enhancing Photos Posted From iPhones By Clip Syndicate Facebook is taking a page out of Google+ 's playbook, as it now automatically edits photos posted to the social network from mobile devices. Smartphones and apps have made photographers out of everyone; the problem is that many of us still don't have pro-level photo-editing skills. Now, when a Facebook user posts a photo using the iOS app, it is automatically "enhanced" for clarity, lighting and shadow. What's more, they won't have to decide between individual filters, as on Instagram.

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2016 Lincoln MKS Replacement To Revive Continental Name? By Clip Syndicate Lincoln is set to launch a replacement for its MKS late next year and according to a somewhat unusual source it may end up being called a Continental. The source of the information is none other than singer Neil Young. On a recent episode of Mad Money on CNBC, Young revealed that he’s working with Lincoln to have his high-quality digital music player and download service, Pono, available on its "Continental" for a “2016 release.” He also revealed that Pono will be available in future Teslas.

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Apple Defeats iPod Antitrust Lawsuit By Clip Syndicate A jury found Apple did not suppress competition in a decade-old antitrust case that was decided on Tuesday. The class-action lawsuit was levied against the company for questionable business practices concerning iPods, according to reports. An eight-person jury came to the verdict after fewer than four hours of deliberating. The bone of contention surrounded Apple's deletion of competing music services' songs from customers' iPods without notifying them. This would have happened between 2007 and 2009, the lawsuit contended.

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Apple Wins Digital Music Antitrust Trial By Clip Syndicate Apple won an antitrust trial on Tuesday when a U.S. jury decided the company did not act improperly when it restricted music purchases for iPod users to Apple's iTunes digital store. The verdict was read in an Oakland, California federal court. Plaintiffs, a group of iPod consumers, had sought about $350 million in damages.

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Closing Arguments Begin in Trial Over Apple iPod By Clip Syndicate An attorney for Apple customers said in court that a software update for Apple Inc's iPod music player was not a product improvement, but was intended to improperly raise costs for consumers who wanted to switch to newer devices. The plaintiffs, a group of individuals and businesses who purchased iPods from 2006 to 2009, seek about $350 million in damages from Apple for unfairly blocking competing device makers. ...Read More »
Foursquare's iPad App is Finally Here By Clip Syndicate Foursquare users, your long wait for an official iPad app is finally over. The company launched Foursquare for iPad on Monday, and the tablet version of the app includes some new features, specifically travel planning and local recommendations for popular places nearby. The iPad app is a lot like the newly redesigned Foursquare iPhone app, but the update also adds features to help users plan trips outside of their city or neighborhood.

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Apple Store Now Lets You Buy Items Via PayPal By Clip Syndicate You can now pay for your next iPhone or iPad at Apple's online store using your PayPal account. Previously, you could pay for Apple products and accessories online using only a credit card, special financing or an Apple Store gift card. But now when you order an item through Apple's online store, you'll see PayPal listed as an additional payment option. Select PayPal, and Apple will direct you to the PayPal site to sign in and confirm your purchase.

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Instagram Tops 300 Million Active Users, Likely Bigger Than Twitter By Clip Syndicate Facebook's billion-dollar Instagram acquisition is looking better and better. Instagram announced Wednesday that it now has more than 300 million monthly active users, up from 200 million in March. At that level, Instagram likely has about as many or more users than Twitter, which announced in October that it had 281 million active users in the third quarter. It is also in the process of cutting down on spammy accounts. The app is still in the process of monetizing its audience, having introduced ads in November 2013 and rolling out video ads in October 2014.

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How to Buy the Right Cell Phone for Your Business By Dana Lindahl for America's Backbone Weekly These factors will help you decide the best way for your employees to stay in touch. ...Read More »
How to Buy the Right Cell Phone for Your Business By Dana Lindahl for America's Backbone Weekly These factors will help you decide the best way for your employees to stay in touch. ...Read More »

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