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Marco Tabini is based in Toronto, Canada, where he focuses on software development for mobile devices and for the Web.

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The Week in iPad Cases: Roundabout

This week's iPad-case roundup features two accessories that want to take your tablet for a spin, and two that are all about fashion, regardless of whether you're on a budget or ready to spare no expense. A couple screen protectors, and a case that's all about thin, round out this collection.

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Handlebars

In this week's iPhone-case roundup, we bring you a bit of commerce, a little extra power, and a… mustached smiley.

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Beware the wait: financing gotcha may pose expensive problem for Mac Pro buyers

If you bought a Mac Pro using Apple's interest-free financing option, the wait times could spell trouble unless you pay close attention to your timing.

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Apple announces $10 billion App Store sales in 2013, $1 billion in December alone

Citing unprecedented demand, the company announced that it has now paid more than $15B to developers.

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The Week in iPhone Cases: New beginnings

As 2014 begins, case manufacturers are as busy as ever. This week's roundup features a few high-grade bumpers, something to help you shed those extra calories, and even a little something straight out of the Caped Crusader's glove compartment.

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The Week in Mac Apps: Get out of my hair

This week's roundup brings you a rather shaggy (but great) way to organize your mind, a great HDR tool, a little something to help you keep an eye on your favorite cryptocurrency, and a few games to round out the holidays.

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The Week in iPad Cases: The Grid

The new year is almost here, but we've got one last 2013 edition of our weekly iPad-case roundup. In this installment, you'll find something very pink, something very techno, and lots of other great accessories for keeping your tablet safe.

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Pop the champagne

As the end of the year approaches, we conclude 2013 with a case roundup that's as jam-packed with great accessories as ever. Regardless of whether you like extreme sports, extreme fashion, or just everyday use, we've got something for you to dress your beautiful handset with.

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The Week in Mac Apps: What's cooking?

This week's Mac app roundup brings you a little of everything just in time for the holidays: some encryption, a bit of extra battery savvy, contacts galore, and a few apps that can help you overcome the inevitable food coma and unleash your creativity.

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The Week in iPad Cases: Refreshing

In this week's iPad-case roundup, you'll find a refreshment of old, a rare migratory animal, and a whole lot of technology designed with one purpose in mind: keeping your tablet safe from the world around it.

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Sushi!

There's something a bit fishy going on in this week's iPhone-case roundup. But that's a good thing, because it makes your favorite handset look absolutely delicious. We've also got plenty of more-traditional options, with a little something for everyone.

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Eye for an eye: Researchers foil camera indicator light on some MacBooks

Just when you thought that computers couldn't possibly get any creepier, two American researchers have figured out a way to record video from a Mac's camera without causing the indicator light to come on.

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Hidden magic: a look at the secret operating system inside the iPhone

Did you know that your iPhone runs two different operating systems? In addition to iOS, a special firmware known as the “baseband” makes sure that your handset can play nice with cellular networks -- and can potentially open up a slew of very scary vulnerabilities.

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Should Apple ban in-app review reminders from the App Store?

Sparked by a spate of blog posts, a lively discussion has kept Apple bloggers and developers busy for the last few weeks: Should Apple forbid developers from soliciting reviews for their software with in-app popups?

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Apple updates pro video apps with Mac Pro optimizations

Final Cut Pro X, Motion, and Compressor get new features and improvements that take advantage of the company's new high-end desktop computer.