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Apple Campus 2 progress continues, shown off in video

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5FqH02gN29o Progress on Apple’s second campus is chugging along at a steady pace as a new video shot by drone pilot Duncan Sinfield shows off the current state of Apple Campus 2. The video was shot earlier today, and it demonstrates the current state of Apple Campus 2 compared to his previous video he Sinfield did one…

Amazon Video app receives support for offline playback

In the world of video streaming services, it’s usually content that sets competitors apart. Amazon has brought its offline viewing capability to both iOS and Android after the feature previously being available exclusively on Amazon Fire devices. In their announcement, Amazon Vice President of Video, Michael Paull, made sure to bring attention to the…

Apple Watch will launch in several more countries this month

Apple is expected to talk about watchOS 2 during it’s September 9 event, However, according to rumors, they’ll also announce that the Apple Watch will launch in several other countries such as Austria, Denmark and India later this month. MacMania, which is an Austraian blog, expects Apple to launch the Apple Watch on September 15 in Austria, according…

Luke Wood, Beats President talks Apple acquisition

Beats President Luke Wood told Mashable that the Apple acquisition made perfect sense because Apple strives for design, technology, innovation, and simplicity. And that’s exactly what Beats is all about. We’re looking at our little audio slice of the world and trying to focus on creating a stellar product experience. I think that’s also the…

You can now spend up to £30 using Apple Pay in the UK

Apple Pay users in the UK can now spend an extra £10 when paying via Apple Pay, making the transaction limit £30 per single transaction. However, the £30 transaction limit will soon disappear and customers will soon be able to purchase freely in the near future as payment terminals adopt the new fingerprint authentication method. The £30…

Apple may be exploring producing original TV shows

According to a new report from Variety, Apple is looking into the realm of producing original TV shows and is talking to Hollywood executives about it. The discussions are still in the early stages, however Apple is looking to compete against popular services like Netflix and Hulu. Sources indicate the Cupertino, Calif. colossus has held preliminary…

OS X El Capitan beta 8 seeded to developers

Apple unveiled it’s public beta program for OS X last year and they are continuing the program this year for its upcoming OS X release, El Capitan. The new operating system will bring a slew of minor enhancements to the overall experience. The latest beta, is now available via the Mac App Store updates tab or via the AppleSeed Portal for public beta…

Android Wear now compatible with iPhones

Today Google has announced that they will now officially support Android Wear on the iPhone. The Android Wear app will be launching sometime today and requires iOS 8.2 or later running on an iPhone 5 or later. Get your info at a glance: Check important info like phone calls, messages, and notifications from your favorite apps. Android Wear features…