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March 9, 2015

Live: Apple’s March 9 Watch Event

Are you ready to hear more details about the Apple Watch?

Well, Apple has scheduled an event for today at 10 a.m. PDT (1 p.m. EDT) at the Yerba Buena Center for the Arts Theater in San Francisco, where it is expected to share further details about its smartwatch, which it originally announced last September. The company has yet to share specifics like battery life, pricing for high-end models, and how exactly the device will interact with your iPhone. Apple is expected to reveal all of that at today’s event.

If you’re not in the audience this morning, we’ll be liveblogging the event right here on this page. Stay tuned!

Update: The event is now [...]

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March 8, 2015

How To Install Movie Box On iOS 8.2 Or 8.1.3 Without A Jailbreak For Free

If you want to install Movie Box—the popular free movie streaming app—on your iPhone or iPad without jailbreaking, you are in luck. We've just discovered a new workaround that allows the app to be installed on iOS 8.2, the latest version of Apple's mobile operating system. Follow the steps outlined below, you'll have Movie Box installed on your device in about five minutes.
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March 5, 2015

Apple’s Spotify Competitor Expected To Launch In June

Apple is reportedly planning to unveil its streaming music service—powered by Beats Music—at its Worldwide Developers Conference in June, according to 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman.

Gurman previously reported that the service would be revealed at the company’s March event, but it seems those plans have been pushed back to WWDC.

The beta version of the service is expected to make its debut at WWDC, meaning it may not reflect the final version of the app.

From what we’ve heard so far, Spotify should be very worried. Apple’s streaming service will most likely include curated playlists, cloud-based libraries, and an experience tailored to your [...]

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March 2, 2015

Google Is Working On A Payments Service Called Android Pay

Google is working on an OS-level payments service called Android Pay, according to comments made by Sundar Pichai at Mobile World Congress today. It won’t be another consumer-facing service like Google Wallet, however.

“We’re working on something called Android Pay. It’s an API layer in Android, so that all the mechanics of payments can be done in a standardized and consistent way,” Pichai said.

He emphasized that because Google is integrating a payments system at the OS level, it won’t compete with things like Samsung’s new Pay service or Google Wallet.

“At a user level, people love different services… We always [...]

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