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Apple Rushes Out Patch for New iOS Zero-Day Flaws

An attack against a human rights advocate ends up exposing actions of the NSO Group and a new mobile attack.
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Microsoft Unveils 64-Bit Office for Mac

Aligning with Apple OS X's native 64-bit software foundation, Microsoft rolled out an update that improves performance.
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Touch-Screen Glitch Affecting Apple iPhone 6, 6 Plus Handsets VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Apple iPhone 6, 6 Plus suffer from 'touch disease'; Intel, Nvidia trading shots over AI, deep learning; Microsoft: 60 percent of U.S. teens keep secret online accounts; and there's more.

Parallels Unveils New Mac Desktop Plus Toolbox for Developers

Parallels Desktop 12 for Mac Desktop includes a new Toolbox for Mac for developers, which is available with the desktop package or can be purchased separately.
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Apple iPhone 6, 6 Plus Face 'Touch Disease' Epidemic

iPhones are suffering from "Touch Disease," a gray bar and unresponsive touch-screen, caused by a logic board issue when the phones are bent, iFixit reports.
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Next Apple Watch to Lack LTE Service Due to Battery Life Issues VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: The next Apple Watch won't have LTE due to battery life issues; Intel is ready to ship silicon photonics modules this year; Twitter will extend protective controls to all users; and there's more.
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Next Apple Watch Won't Have LTE Due to Battery Life Issues: Report

Built-in cellular service in Apple's next smartwatch is being delayed as the company continues to struggle with LTE and battery life.
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As T-Mobile Moves to Unlimited Data, Questions Remain: Analysts

While T-Mobile will drop data limits on mobile users, it will then add new fees for tethering and higher resolution video playback.  
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Apple Promises China R&D Facility This Year

During Tim Cook's ninth visit to China, he confirmed that Apple will open an R&D facility there this year. He called China a market with still tremendous potential.
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Jolt Sensor Helps Parents, Coaches Track Concussions in Athletes

The sensor can monitor athletes to prevent serious injuries. The inspiration for the sensor came from the inventor's concussions while wrestling in school events.
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Apple MacBook Pro Update Rumors Keep Surfacing VIDEO

DAILY VIDEO: Rumors of an Apple MacBook Pro overhaul continue circulating; Facebook will start overriding ad blockers on desktop site; a breach of Oracle's Micros POS system could be far-reaching; and there's more.
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Rumors of Apple MacBook Pro Overhaul Continue Circulating

The MacBook Pro line hasn't been drastically updated in four years, but big changes are expected this year, according to a new report.

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