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  1. Apple’s Own Live Internet TV Service Reportedly on the Way This Year; Look Out, Cable

    Too bad they can't call it "Apple Watch" now.

    Apple has a knack for taking existing concepts in tech and driving them into widespread adoption, so while they won't be the first company to offer a pared-down, streaming television package, they might be the first to succeed in shaking cable providers' stranglehold on the TV market.

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  2. New Star Wars: Card Trader App Brings Back All the Classic Trading Cards and Brand New Ones!

    But where will they put the gum?

    Available on Apple's App Store right now, Topps has just released the Star Wars: Card Trader app that brings the classic Star Wars card archives stretching all the way back to 1977 into your digital reach for the first time, along with brand new Force Awakens cards so you can collect and trade with your friends just like the old days—but with iPhones.

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  3. It’s Not Just You; Apple’s App Store and iTunes Store Are STILL Down for Everyone

    It just doesn't work.

    Before you throw your iPhone against the wall because Clash of Clans won't download, you should know that it's a system-wide outage for everyone. That way, when you do throw your phone in frustration, you'll at least be angry at the right part of Apple's pipeline.

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  4. HBO Now Streaming Service to Launch Exclusively Through Apple, iTunes Releases New Season 5 Game of Thrones Trailer

    iRon throne?

    Depending where you fall on the Venn diagram of Game of Thrones and Apple fans, it may be time to get hype: at an Apple event earlier today the company announced it will be partnering exclusively with HBO Now when the $15 streaming service launches at the beginning of April, allowing members with any Apple product to watch Game of Thrones by the series' April 12th premiere date.

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  5. Apple, Disney, Facebook, Twitter, & Hundreds More Urge the Supreme Court to Uphold Marriage Equality

    Today in good news.

    The Supreme Court of the United States will soon hear a case on whether or not state-by-state anti-marriage equality laws are constitutional, which is likely to clear the way for nationwide legal acceptance that we should all be able to marry the person we choose. Now, a group of 379 companies, from tech and entertainment giants to other massive corporations, has written to the court to voice their support and lay out some hard, logistical reasons other than, "It's the right thing to do."

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  6. New Game of Thrones, Batman, and Mortal Kombat Games Koming to Mobile Devices

    All men must buy.

    Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment has a bunch of games from your favorite franchises coming your way for mobile devices. Now you'll have so many more ways to keep yourself occupied with your phone in boring situations like class, work, or the middle of conversations with other humans!

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  7. Very Real “Pay Once and Play” App Store Category Takes a Swipe at Freemium Games

    Shots fired.

    Pay for a game once and then own it and play as much as you want! It's the revolution we've all been waiting for!

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  8. Walgreens Makes Period-Tracking App Since Apple Didn’t Bother

    You know how Apple's Health app can give you your "whole health picture" except it refuses to track your period, because ewww cooties??? Fortunately for those of us who menstruate, Walgreens and Glow - a data science company for women's reproductive health and education - have partnered to create an app that can help you track your sadface days and refill your birth control prescription.

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  9. No, Your Phone Doesn’t Have a Virus; Those App Store Redirects Come From Difficult-to-Stop Ads

    We're sorry. We're so sorry.

    We here at The Mary Sue can sympathize with annoying ad behavior from autoplaying, unmuted video to redirecting users to other sites entirely. Mobile browser users with Android and iOS devices have been getting app store redirects for a long time, and though the problem is difficult to stop, it isn't cause for concern—just annoyance.

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  10. 11-Year-Old Aspiring Programmer Wants to Teach Other Girls How to Code: “I Can Do Everything Boys Want to Do”

    Yesterday's Tech Superwomen Summit in San Francisco had a very special guest: 11-year-old aspiring programmer Ava Brodie.

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