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Apple Music

Apple Music boasts exclusive albums and Siri and Apple Watch compatibility, but this well-rounded streaming music service falls just short of toppling Slacker Radio and Spotify.

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Otter

Otter offers a glimpse into the future of real-time transcriptions, but its underlying technology isn't quite there yet.

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Apple devices are butt dialing 911 from its refurbishing facility – 20 times per day

Since October, emergency responders in Elk Grove and Sacramento County, California have received over 1,600 false alarm 911 calls coming from an Apple repair and refurbishing site in the area. It’s not clear if the calls are coming from Apple’s iPhones or Watches but each time a call originates out of the Elk Grove facility, there’s no one on the other end of the line and… Read More

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Apple said to debut voice-activated Siri AirPods in 2018, water-resistant model in 2019

Apple is preparing a couple of updating models of AirPods, according to Bloomberg. The popular fully wireless earbud-style headphones that Apple introduced last year are currently on track for a refresh in 2018 with the addition of a new version of the “W” line of chips that Apple created specifically to manage and improve Bluetooth-based connections between gadgets. The 2018… Read More

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Strava

Strava is the go-to fitness app for competitive types, but the company needs to do more to address privacy and security concerns.

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LevelUp

LevelUp offers a convenient, touchless way to pay local restaurants and cafes, with added benefits like loyalty discounts and ahead-of-time ordering. But look elsewhere for peer-to-peer or online payments.

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Apple Pay

Apple Pay gets even more useful with the addition of the Apple Pay Cash peer-to-peer payment system, but forget sending money to iPhone-less friends.

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