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You Can Now Watch All 552 Episodes Of 'The Simpsons' On Your IPad By Clip Syndicate Good news, cable subscribers: All 552 episodes of The Simpsons are now available to stream online and on smartphones and tablets. Say goodbye to the rest of your work week. The Simpsons debuted on cable network FXX in August. Now, as promised, the FXNow streaming app has the first 25 seasons of The Simpsons available to view at your leisure. In addition to a special Simpsons World section of the FXNow app, SimpsonsWorld.com has the same content available. The portal offers fans a way to watch full episodes, see schedules of upcoming TV marathon airings, get behind-the-scenes tidbits and buy Simpsons merchandise.

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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 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 »
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 Begins Taking Pre-Orders For IPad Air 2 And Mini 3 By Clip Syndicate Apple revealed new iPad models on Thursday, and they all go on sale starting today via Apple’s online store. According to Apple, today is just the beginning of pre-sales, with iPads officially shipping to pre-order customers and arriving in stores sometime “late next week.” Pricing for the new iPad mini, which is essentially the same as the existing model with Touch ID added and a new gold color option, starts at $399, while the iPad Air 2, with its full external and internal overhaul, begins at $499.

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IPad Air 2 And IPad Mini 3 Now Available For Preorder By Clip Syndicate Now that the dust has settled from Thursday's (not so magical) iPad event, Apple's latest iterations of the device — the iPad Air 2 and iPad mini 3 — are now available for preorder at the Apple Store and online. The iPad Air 2 is Apple's thinnest tablet yet, and it's available in silver, space gray and — for the first time — gold. The new generation of the iPad Air also includes Touch ID, Apple's fingerprint sensor, and Apple Pay, albeit with more limited functionality than the payment platform has on smartphone devices. Shipping begins next week.

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New IPad Lets Users Swap Data Plans By Clip Syndicate The buzziest feature of the new iPads may have nothing to do with how thin it is or the resolution of the screen. With minimal trumpeting, Apple revealed in its promotional material that it will ship the devices with a built-in cellular SIM card that will allow users to buy wireless service la carte, on the spot. ATT, Sprint and T-Mobile have signed up to take part.

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First Impressions Of The IPad Air 2 By Clip Syndicate The public has come to expect every Apple product refresh will be thinner, lighter and have a better camera—and the iPad Air 2 that Apple unveiled on Thursday checks all those boxes. It also now includes the iPhone’s Touch ID sensor, which replaces passwords with your thumbprint.

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Apple's IPad Mini 3: The First Look By Clip Syndicate Apple added yet another option to its lineup of small tablets on Thursday in the form of a third-generation iPad mini. The new iPad mini 3 boasts a a 7.9-inch display and comes in silver, space gray and gold. While the latest iPad mini with retina display is faster and includes Touch ID, it's still running the same A7 chip as the previous mini, and is the exact same thickness as the last model. ...Read More »

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