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  • Jony Ive leading significant redesign of Apple's Mac OS X, report says

    Jony Ive leading significant redesign of Apple's Mac OS X, report says
    Apple chief designer Jony Ive is reportedly leading a significant interface redesign of Mac OS X, the software used for the company's desktop and laptop computers. The redesign is expected to be unveiled in June at the company's annual Worldwide...
  • New Apple iOS 8, OS X Yosemite features aim to boost corporate sales

    New Apple iOS 8, OS X Yosemite features aim to boost corporate sales
    Apple dominates the consumer market, but when it comes to corporate sales, the tech titan has room to grow. Nine out of 10 U.S. companies use Apple products. But of those firms, 40% say they use fewer than 100 devices built by the Cupertino, Calif.,...
  • Mobile app firm Snapchat settles FTC charges

    Mobile app firm Snapchat settles FTC charges
    Oh, snap. They don't always disappear. Snapchat, a mobile messaging app, has been hugely popular among teens and young adults, who have flocked to the service for its purported ability to make their photo messages, or "snaps," vanish a few seconds after...
  • iOS7 and the tantalizing potential of Apple TV for gaming

    iOS7 and the tantalizing potential of Apple TV for gaming
    With Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference one month away, it's a good time to turn our attention to what the company has planned in terms of software and services.  With sales of iPads potentially flattening out, analysts have been itching for the...
  • Foursquare to split app in 2: one for discovery, one for check-ins

    Foursquare to split app in 2: one for discovery, one for check-ins
    Foursquare is reinventing itself by getting rid of its famed check-in feature. Kind of. The New York City startup Thursday announced that it will be splitting up its geo-based social networking and local search services into two apps: Foursquare for...
  • 2015 Chevrolet Cruze: First Look

     
    Competes with: Kia Forte, Ford Focus, Hyundai Elantra, Honda Civic Looks like: The Cruze is chomping on something sour Drivetrain: 1.8-liter four-cylinder, turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder, turbocharged 2.0-liter diesel four-cylinder; six-speed manual...
  • Truly Remote Start Impresses in 2014 Chevrolet Impala

     
    Regular readers are probably just as tired of us talking about Chicago's polar vortex winter as we are tired of persistent cold temperatures. If there's one car feature we can point to that made one of the area's coldest and......
  • 2015 Chevrolet Trax: First Look

     
    Competes with: Kia Soul, Nissan Juke, Mitsubishi Outlander Sport Looks like: A cartoonish miniature Chevrolet Equinox Drivetrain: 138-hp, turbocharged 1.4-liter four-cylinder; six-speed automatic transmission; front- or all-wheel drive Hits dealerships:...
  • A&E, History Launch Live TV Streaming on Web, Apple Mobile Devices

    Episodes of A&E's "Storage Wars" and "Bates Motel" (pictured, above) and History's "Vikings" and "Swamp People" are now available to watch live online and mobile devices -- for most pay TV subscribers, anyway. A+E Networks has launched authenticated...
  • LG Unveils 'Rosetta Stone' Open-Source Code for Connected-TV Apps

    LG Electronics is releasing a free, open-source software development kit for Google Android and Apple iOS developers to let apps easily connect with - eventually -- any Internet-connected TV or device on the market. The Connect SDK, which LG execs tout...
  • Apple TV Adds Channels for A&E, History and Lifetime, But It's Just a Taste for Most

    A+E Networks has launched dedicated channels on Apple TV for its top three networks: A&E, History and Lifetime. The free, ad-supported content offers all Apple TV customers in the U.S. access to select full episodes of programming including "Project...
  • It's 'Game Over' as Zynga founder Mark Pincus leaves company

    It's 'Game Over' as Zynga founder Mark Pincus leaves company
    Zynga's Mark Pincus will no longer be involved with the day-to-day operations at the company he co-founded seven years ago. The announcement came Wednesday morning along with the company's results for the first quarter. Pincus led Zynga to fame and...