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  1. iCloud Not Breached In “Targeted” Attack on Celebrity Accounts, Says Apple

    Ugh.

    After hundreds of private nude photographs were stolen from celebrities' phones and then posted to the Internet without any of their consent, many theorized that this security breach pointed out a huge flaw in cloud-based storage systems like Apple's iCloud. Today Apple acknowledged that while these celebrity accounts had been accessed through them, their iCloud system was not technically breached in any way.

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  2. Pandora’s Diversity Numbers Are Mostly Good News for Women, Not So Much for People of Color

    Or, more accurately: lack-of-diversity numbers.

    Even if the diversity numbers haven't been exactly encouraging, it's still great to see that tech companies are willing to acknowledge the problem by being transparent about it. Now the Internet radio streaming service Pandora has released their diversity numbers, and they're a lot better than the rest for women, but still not so much for everyone else.

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  3. You Can Get an iPhone 5c for Practically Free or a Cheap 5s at Walmart Right Now

    No, this is not a spam email. I promise.

    It looks like Walmart is getting a jump on selling older models of the iPhone for cheap when the iPhone 6 hits, and they're not messing around.

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  4. Yes, Apple Had an Employee Named Sam Sung, Of Course He’s Auctioning His Uniform for Charity

    Samsung's double-agent codename game needs work.

    How was this guy not the first person Apple questioned when they started their patent war with Samsung? Maybe he's the reason they're calling it off, because he forged a unity between the two sides as he worked together with Apple in harmony at the Apple store. Sam Sung has moved on to bigger and better screens things, so he's auctioning off his Apple business card and uniform for charity.

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  5. Jimmy Kimmel Proves Some People Will Buy Anything With an Apple Logo Using a Fake iWatch

    I bet a Windows logo has the opposite effect.

    If Apple builds it, they will come, and they will praise its incredible features like "time," "date," and "alarm." Jimmy Kimmel slapped an Apple logo on the back of a $20 digital watch and asked what people on the street thought of it. Several of them owned up to the fact that they'll buy anything with an Apple logo, and now I'm insecure about the no fewer than four Apple devices I am currently using.

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  6. You Should Sign up Today for Tomorrow’s Apple OS X Yosemite Beta Launch

    Or wait until they work the Bugs out with 10.11 Yosemite Sam.

    Apple's making big changes to Mac OS X with 10.10 Yosemite that are akin to iOS 7's visual overhaul. So, they're holding a public beta to make sure it goes smoothly and probably to avoid some of the (mostly unwarranted) backlash that came along with the iOS 7 release. It starts tomorrow, but they won't accept everyone, so you should sign up today.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: New Star Wars Writer and Director Meet the Big Boss

    Things We Saw Today

    I feel comfortable that a Star Wars spinoff is in the hands of such dorks. (Collider)

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  8. Kids React To Old Apple Computers and Are Sufficiently Confused By Them

    "Which one is any key???"

    Man, you kids have it so easy with your intuitive controls and visual context clues and... cursors. Back in my day we didn't have any of that stuff! We had to walk backwards three miles in the snow just to get to our processors! Okay, that's a lie. But as these kids can attest, navigating old DOS-capable computers is difficult work.

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  9. Newly Amazon-Acquired Comixology Eliminates Store from iOS Apps, Surprising No One

    Insidery

    When it was announced that Amazon had acquired digital comics retailer Comixology, we knew there would probably be some changes coming down the pipe, and the first have arrived. They finally updated the front page of PullList.Comixology.com! Just kidding, I'm pretty sure I'm the only one who's excited about that. What really happened was that they released a new version of their iOS app that removes the ability to make in-app purchases of comics.

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  10. Non-Smartphones Could Be All But Extinct in the U.S., Says Recent Consumer Poll

    Goodbye, Razor. We hardly knew ye.

    Like the ancient Walkmans and portable CD players of old, the basic mobile phone might be close to falling almost completely out of use, according to a poll by the Consumer Intelligence Research Partners. I'm feeling a very poignant sense of nostalgia for buttons right now

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