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July 09 2015

20:36
Yahoo wants you to gamble on fantasy sports
20:00

The Week in iPhone Cases: A solar panel? Check out EnerPlex’s innovative charger

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This week’s roundup of new iPhone cases brings you minimalistic cases from Cygnett, Incase, and SwitchEasy, a wallet case from Griffin, and kid-friendly protection from SwiftBox.

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The UrbanShield Pro (iPhone 6; $40) completely surrounds your iPhone 6 in a perforated aluminum shell that sports a round opening in the back for its Apple logo.

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19:45
You won't buy IBM's 7nm chip, but it's a big deal for computing
19:32

The vanishing: What happened to Google Street View's missing streets

With the arrival of El Capitan on Google Street View last month, you can now haul yourself virtually up one of the most famous rock faces in the world. Navigating certain streets in urban areas, however, can still be a challenge.

As Google expands Street View into ever more exotic places, it appears to have a problem in many of the towns and cities where the service has been available for years. Look closely at any major city, especially the residential areas, and Street View is littered with hundreds, even thousands, of little gaps. And although it’s hard to be sure, the problem may be getting worse.

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19:25

Can your wearable's sucky battery life be saved? Maybe by streaming to a smartphone

Is there any wearable user who’s not completely happy with his or her battery life? Yes? Aaah! Stop shouting! You’ll be happy to hear that Microsoft Research believes they’ve found a possible solution.

According to a paper that Microsoft Research employees Ranveer Chandra and Anirudh Badam will present at the USENIX Technical Conference this week, eliminating the need to read and write data to a wearable’s onboard flash memory can significantly improve battery life in a wearable like a smartwatch. 

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19:18
Google and BlackBerry team up for a secure enterprise Android
19:00
JXE Streams: Things get wild in 'Life is Strange' ep. 3
18:44

iOS 9 public beta is live: Here's everything you need to know

So far today is shaping up to be software Christmas, with a public beta of OS X El Capitan, as well as a final version of Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac shipping to Office 365 subscribers. Don’t let your iPhone and iPad feel neglected, though—Apple is also launching the public beta of iOS 9.

Now, a beta is a beta. Don’t get swept up in the excitement and forget that this software isn’t final and could have bugs, so you might want to think twice about putting it on your everyday iPhone. That said, developers are on their third beta of iOS 9 and we haven’t heard about any major problems, so if you’re feeling brave, here’s how to get the beta and what you can expect when you do.

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18:31
The iOS 9 public beta is here
18:24
Barnes & Noble's Nook store closing outside of the US and UK
18:02
Antimicrobial silver coatings could be hindering your chemo
17:45
BT goes on the offensive against Sky's pay-TV dominance
17:41
HP won't ship products for almost a week in August
17:29

First look at the OS X El Capitan public beta, out today

Apple announced OS X 10.11 El Capitan at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference, due to ship in the fall but with a public beta release to follow this summer. If you’re just too excited about El Capitan to wait for fall, your chance to try out the next generation of OS X is coming this morning. Today, Apple will release the first El Capitan beta to users who have joined its public beta program.

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17:20

Microsoft releases Office 2016 for Mac, but just for Office 365

After years of treating the Mac as an also-ran, Microsoft has changed its tune: Microsoft formally released Office 2016 for the Mac on Thursday morning, even before it released it for Windows. The only catch? If you’re not already an Office 365 subscriber, you’ll be forced to wait until September.

If you do subscribe to Microsoft’s Office 365 subscription service, obtaining the new software should be a snap: just surf to Microsoft’s Office account page and follow the instructions. Students can also check Office.com/student to see if they qualify for a free or discounted copy.

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17:19
​Facebook says it has 'no plans to go into music streaming'
17:07

OS X El Capitan beta: What you need to know

At Apple’s Worldwide Developers Conference last June, the company revealed El Capitan, the next major version of OS X (version 10.11). El Capitan will be officially released in the fall, but later this morning, Apple is making a pre-release version of El Capitan available to the public.

What’s the difference between the beta version of El Capitan and the shipping version? How do you get the beta software? Will the beta work on your Mac? You have questions about the beta, and fortunately, we have answers.

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17:00
Apple's public beta of OS X El Capitan arrives today
16:47
Federal law would block FDA reviews on e-cigarettes
16:24
'The Iron Giant' returns to theaters this fall with new scenes
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