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Apple advertisements may soon look like Beats

Apple advertisements may soon look like Beats

While Apple has worked with creative agency TBWA Media Labs for decades, this week it’s suggested that they may be ready to move on. With Beats under their wing, Apple is said to be pushing for a new direction in the audiovisual elements they present to the public in the form of advertisements and billboards and everything in-between. "Shortlist" is the word, and one of the list members appears to be Beats CEO Jimmy Iovine.

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Slice gets a refresh; online shopping addicts rejoice

Slice gets a refresh; online shopping addicts rejoice

Shopping online can be dangerously easy, and you probably don’t need encouragement. An app that’s well versed in your online shopping habits just got a lot better, bringing up memories of massive credit card bills and patiently waiting for packages to arrive. Slice has been almost totally reworked to feed your shopping — and shipping — obsession.

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Suunto introduces app, wearables for connected living

Suunto introduces app, wearables for connected living

Suunto is announcing a lineup of connected devices for the active adventurer. From software to hardware, Suunto is covering their bases, bringing in a smartphone app as well as a lineup fo smartwatches and a heart-rate monitor. They app and hardware be used independently of one another, too — but work best when you link it all together.

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Monster Hunter Freedom Unite brings hit 2009 game to iOS

Monster Hunter Freedom Unite brings hit 2009 game to iOS

Fans of the once Pokemon-like now brutal monster-killing action game franchise have reason to celebrate. Somewhat. Capcom has finally bestowed upon iPhones and iPads a Monster Hunter title of its own. However, although this game has been retrofitted to be playable on mobile devices, it might not be the same Monster Hunter that you've grown to love and dreamed of playing on your iPhone.

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Facebook Messenger for iPad finally hits App Store

Facebook Messenger for iPad finally hits App Store

Facebook Messenger for iPad has finally been released, bringing the social network's standalone IM client to Apple's tablet. Previously only available on the iOS tablet as a doubled iPhone app, the new Messenger supports the same text chats, voice calls, and stickers as its phone counterpart, but in version 7.0 introduces a scaled-up UI.

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Hodor app sends Hodor instead of Yo

Hodor app sends Hodor instead of Yo

Those of you flabbergasted at the idea that an app like "Yo" made a million dollars in funds from investors due to its super-simplicity will be super excited about Hodor. This app is almost exactly like Yo, but instead of Yo, you’ll be messaging your friends with the name "Hodor." You’ll just be saying "Hodor," and that’s it.

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Chromebooks replacing iPads in some LA Schools

Chromebooks replacing iPads in some LA Schools

A decision by the Los Angeles Unified School District to give students iPads for use in the classroom was widely applauded last year, bringing students technology where they otherwise might not have access to it. The LAUSD is now changing course, and will begin giving 27 area high schools the option of laptops for use.

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Opera Mini makes a comeback on iPhone and iPad

Opera Mini makes a comeback on iPhone and iPad

The mobile browsing market may be dominated by the likes of Firefox and Chrome, or Safari in Apple's world, but something as light and lithe as Opera's mobile browsers may still have a loyal following. With the new Opera Mini on iOS devices, users will be greeted by an overhauled user interface, more data compression options, and pretty themes.

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