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Apple Campus approved in unanimously in Cupertino

Apple Campus approved in unanimously in Cupertino

It's official: the "spaceship campus" is ready to roll as the Cupertino City Council lends their unanimous approval of the Apple project at their October meeting. This month has already shown off a couple of views of the upcoming beast of an architectural project - now Apple can celebrate the initiation of the building itself. One move remains, of course, that being the second public reading of the formal agreement between Apple and the City of Cupertino, this scheduled for November 19th, with the full set of Apple's permits ready to hit the books the day after.

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Oyster ditches invitation limitation, brings iPad support

Oyster ditches invitation limitation, brings iPad support

Oyster debuted as an all-you-can-read monthly ebook subscription service that works in a way similar to Netflix, only for books. The service is only available for iOS users, and at the time only an iPhone app was available, with use being limited to invitation-only. Fast-forward several weeks, and now iPad support has been added, as well as a removal of that invitation-only limitation.

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Apple Oct 22 iPad event: what to expect

Apple Oct 22 iPad event: what to expect

The next big Apple event will take place the 22nd of October and it'll be featuring several new pieces of hardware. Amongst these are a new iPad, a new iPad mini, and quite possibly a flow of new information on the 2013 edition of the Mac Pro and a set of new MacBook Pros as well - right in time for OS X Mavericks. This event was announced with an invitation with colorful leaves falling on an Apple logo that simply suggested that "we still have a lot to cover."

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Apple iPad event Oct 22nd confirmed: iPad mini 2 and iPad 5 expected

Apple iPad event Oct 22nd confirmed: iPad mini 2 and iPad 5 expected

Apple has sent out invites for an October 22nd event, where we're expecting to see the Cupertino company reveal the new iPad mini 2 and iPad 5. The event, which has the tagline "We still have a lot to cover", will be held in San Francisco, and has been widely predicted for some time now, though could still hold a few surprises depending on what extras Apple chooses to bring on stage, with chatter that the new Mac Pro 2013 might also make an appearance.

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iPad 5 with Touch ID sensor surfaces in leaked image

iPad 5 with Touch ID sensor surfaces in leaked image

One of the most interesting and controversial features on the new iPhone 5S unveiled by Apple was the integrated fingerprint sensor. That fingerprint sensor allows the user to use their fingerprint to unlock the device and make purchases via the iTunes Store. An image has surfaced from China claiming to be the iPad 5 fitted with a similar fingerprint sensor.

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iPad mini 2 thickens with case leak

iPad mini 2 thickens with case leak

There's a China Sourcing Fair going on this week with a selection of electronics and accessories, and in the masses a set of iPad cases has appeared. The iPad mini 2 (the 2nd generation iPad mini, that is) in particular has raised eyebrows as one carrier seems to have revealed the thickness of the device as slightly larger than that of the original pad. This case - like all early release cases - could be innacurate, but as they say they are working with early models, it would appear that this device could take on the same increase in size revealed with the transition between the iPad 2 and the iPad 3, with retina display.

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Runtastic Six Pack app unveiled for crunching on iOS and Android

Runtastic Six Pack app unveiled for crunching on iOS and Android

This week the folks behind the popular fitness and exercise app Runtastic have revealed an additional app directed straight at your gut. This app goes by the name Runtastic Six Pack and suggest that a set of realistic avatar people will be the key to bringing your tummy up to full power with relative ease. This app also mades with the initiatives to keep out of the gym - so to speak - working with at-home solutions and exercises anyone can do from the comfort of their own bedroom.

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Aereo online DVR TV hits Android

Aereo online DVR TV hits Android

The extent to which Aereo brings the live television and DVR universe to the public this week has extended to reach Android. Android devices are now part of the family of machines able to partake in the Aereo subscription model, allowing users to work with internet, using TV signals broadcast over the air and seen by users in their home or around town. The Android app that allows this all to happen will be available from the Google Play app store starting on the 22nd of October - at that time a public beta will be released for Android phones and tablets running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean or higher.

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iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 surface in clearest images yet

iPad 5 and iPad mini 2 surface in clearest images yet

It's little over a week now before Apple almost certainly holds their next event for the release of the 5th generation iPad and the 2nd generation iPad mini, and today a set of images has appeared of both of these tablets' shells, clear as day. These images give us the most high-definition look we've had of both pieces of hardware yet, and well before the official unveiling of the devices by Apple itself. We're seeing here a slightly modified iPad mini 2 and a large overhaul on the iPad 5.

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