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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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iOS 8 to launch on September 17

The company's new mobile operating system will come preinstalled on new iPhones and be available as a free updates for existing users.

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The Week in Mac Apps: Suspension of disbelief

In this week’s roundup of new and updated Mac apps, we bring you ways to keep your drive clean, draw like a pro, and finally finish that movie you’ve always dreamt of writing.

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The Week in iPad Cases: Melt away

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases brings you a bit of Meso-American folklore, a delicious cover of ice cream, and all the luxury you need to look great everywhere.

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Extensions could be the App Store's next gold rush

They may not be as exciting as a new handset or wearable technologies, but extensions could well be iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite's star feature.

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Almost there!

As we count down to next week’s presumed new-iPhone announcement, this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases has products for every taste, from the ultra-modern to the lover of classic looks.

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Looking for security at the intersection of technology and the liberal arts

As the recent celebrity photo breach has shown, security is a tricky business, but Apple is uniquely equipped to tackle it.

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The Week in Mac Apps: At school with Fido in the cloud

This week’s Mac app roundup is an eclectic collection of software that can help you learn new words, type them more quickly, keep an eye on your best friend, and even get you in the cloud--without worrying about privacy storms.

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Why I wish I could charge my iPhone wirelessly

We all have our own wishlists for future iPhone features, and contributor Marco Tabini is no different: He'd really like to see Apple incorporate wireless charging into a future version of its handset.

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The Week in iPad Cases: Looks and feel

This week’s roundup of new iPad cases includes a splash of High-Street looks (with prices to match) that will turn heads wherever you go.

Are environmental sensors coming to the iPhone 6?

The rumor mill is buzzing with claims that the soon-to-be-released iPhone could be much more aware of the world around it than its predecessors.

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The Week in iPhone Cases: Barely there

In this week’s roundup of new iPhone cases, you’ll find an accessory that sticks to your bike, one that's safe under water, and one that's so thin you’ll hardly notice it.

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Why old iPhones become sluggish over time

Do iPhones really become more sluggish as they age? Why, they do--and that's normal, writes contributor Marco Tabini.

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The Week in Mac Apps: Digital factotum

In this week’s roundup, you’ll find apps that turn your Mac into a surveillance camera, batch image editor, backup system, video player, and worldwide postal code directory.

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The Week in iPad Cases: Om nom nom nom

The world’s most gluttonous monster makes an appearance in this week’s roundup of new iPad cases, alongside a little piggy, some denim, and a whole lot of protection.

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Details that count: Apple's obsession with reversible cable connectors

Apple's fixation with custom connectors is legendary, and the company's reported quest for a reversible USB plug is but the latest episode in a long chain of steps towards friendlier cables.