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Microsoft gives Apple fans more reasons to use Office 365

Microsoft gives Apple fans more reasons to use Office 365

Microsoft has always had a presence on Apple platforms via its Office suite, competing fiercely with Apple's own blessed iWorks software. But with the launch of the iPad Pro, Redmond has surprisingly become even more aggressive in pushing Office, especially Office 365, to Apple users, both on iOS and on the Mac. This latest announcement aims to endear them further with Apple's own fans, bringing one of the best features of Office to iOS and giving some Mac users early access to upcoming Office features.

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Twitter for Mac v.4 adds group DMs, timeline GIFs, more

Twitter for Mac v.4 adds group DMs, timeline GIFs, more

You'd be forgiven for thinking Twitter had forgotten all about its Mac app, but the 140-character social network has squeezed out v4.0 just before 2015 closes. A free download through the Mac App Store, Twitter for Mac 4.0 catches the desktop software up with some of the features its mobile counterparts have been enjoying for months now, like inline video playback.

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Independent ‘Apple Museum’ contains private collection of Apple’s historic products

Independent ‘Apple Museum’ contains private collection of Apple’s historic products

The city of Prague in the Czech Republic has just seen the opening of the Apple Museum, a non-official establishment housing the largest private collection of Apple products. The museum opened its doors for the first time last week, inviting visitors to browse through hundreds of displays of Apple items dating between 1976 and 2012, including traditional Mac computers, as well as recent products like the iPod and iOS devices.

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Why Banksy just painted Steve Jobs

Why Banksy just painted Steve Jobs

Syrian refugees are being downtrodden by Republican leaders and presidential candidates aplenty. Rogue graffiti artist Banksy has something to say about that. In a painting in the Jungle refugee camp in the French port of Calais, Banksy painted a portrait of Jobs holding a sack and carrying an old-school Apple computer. Something like a shortened Color Classic. And why would Banksy paint Steve Jobs in a refugee camp, you might ask?

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PS4 remote play will work for PC AND Mac

PS4 remote play will work for PC AND Mac

Apple computers as well as Windows computers will be able to roll with the official version of Sony's PlayStation 4 Remote Play functionality. Official word came from the master himself, Shuhei Yoshida, on Twitter just this week. Just after a 3rd-party developer made his mark on the world by creating an official app for Windows machines to stream PS4 gameplay, Sony announces that they've essentially seen the value. This isn't all that great a piece of news for the developer of the unofficial app, which will become less-than-necessary soon - but we'll give him a hearty round of applause in the meantime.

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Microsoft bringing Visual Studio Android emulator to Mac

Microsoft bringing Visual Studio Android emulator to Mac

It just might be the ultimate convergence of the three major computing platforms of today: emulating the Android OS on a Mac via Microsoft software. Ok, it may not be a convergence, but it is about to become a reality. During the Microsoft Connect 2015 conference in New York today, the company announced that it was making its Visual Studio Code program open source for developers. An additional part of that news is that Mac users will soon be getting Visual Studio Emulator for Android.

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Microsoft brings Hyperlapse Pro time-lapse app to Mac

Microsoft brings Hyperlapse Pro time-lapse app to Mac

When Microsoft first unveiled its Hyperlapse software for creating smooth video time-lapses earlier this year, its mobile and desktop releases excluded Apple's platforms. That changes today, with Mac users now able to get in on the fun. Microsoft just launched Hyperlapse Pro for Mac, available to download from their website, giving Mac users the ability to create and stabilize long pieces of footage into a time-lapse video.

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Mac App Store authentication error causing ‘damaged’ software

Mac App Store authentication error causing ‘damaged’ software

An increasing number of Mac users are getting messages today when trying to open apps purchased from OS X's App Store that the software is "damaged" and can't be opened. It seems the issue started appearing as early as Wednesday evening, and can affect a range of popular apps, including Acorn, Tweetbot, 1Password, and Byword. As the error message states, users are getting around the issue by deleting and re-downloading the apps, but it doesn't seem to work for everyone.

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QNAP Thunderbolt 2 Turbo vNAS TVS-871T NAS has 20Gbps bandwidth

QNAP Thunderbolt 2 Turbo vNAS TVS-871T NAS has 20Gbps bandwidth

QNAP system has introduced what it claims to be the first Thunderbolt 2 Turbo vNAS TVS-871T with 20 Gbps bandwidth aimed directly at people using 4K workflows. The device supports Thunderbolt 2 connectivity and can be expanded with Thunderbolt-ready expansion enclosures TX-500P and TX-800P. An Intel Haswell processor powers the storage solution.

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Apple pushes out iWork updates for iOS 9 and El Capitan

Apple pushes out iWork updates for iOS 9 and El Capitan

Apple has updated its iWork suite of applications for iOS, Mac and iCloud, the company has announced. The update brings support for the various new features in iOS 9 and El Capitan, including Split View and Picture in Picture, among other things. In addition, iWork for iCloud has been taken out of beta, and has gained a bunch of new features, including version history for better collaboration with others.

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iTunes and App Store are down again, this time with iBooks, Apple TV

iTunes and App Store are down again, this time with iBooks, Apple TV

For the fourth time within the week, several of Apple's online marketplaces for iOS and OS X are dealing with outages. The services that are down as of Thursday morning are more widespread than the last occurrence, which was seen on Tuesday of this week. They currently include the iTunes Store on OS X, the iOS App Store, the iBooks Store, and the Mac App Store.

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iMovie goes 4K on Mac to play nicely with iPhone 6s

iMovie goes 4K on Mac to play nicely with iPhone 6s

Apple has given iMovie a 4K upgrade, bringing the video editing app up to speed with Ultra HD to match today's iMac Retina revamp. The iLife app, now at version 10.1, can now handle 3840 x 2160 resolution, which is useful not only for those wanting to take advantage of the pixel-dense screens on the new all-in-ones, but the content they're recording on the latest iPhones.

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