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Look but don't touch: Apple wearable won't ship until 2015, report says

A September announcement seems likely, but a 2014 launch doesn't

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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Pixlr's free photo editor goes native on Windows and OS X

Native Windows and Mac versions arrive, but the full-featured editor is still online-only

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What to expect from Apple's September 9 event

In a little more than a week, Apple will unveil its latest products. But what exactly might those be? Dan Moren casts the lots to see what may be in store.

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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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Virtual TimeClock review: Keep track of your employees' work hours

Virtual TimeClock has an excellent set of tools for tracking the time put in by your company's employees.

When search fails in Outlook

If Outlook throws up its virtual hands when you search for a name or word, corruption may be to blame. Chris Breen offers advice for overcoming it.

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Comic: A history of Apple mice, part two

Macworld and Rich Stevens of Diesel Sweeties present Multitouch Theater, a weekly cartoon about Macs, iOS, and everything in-between. This week: An oral history of Apple mice, part two.

Appreciating the Apple TV

All Apple TV enthusiasts have dream of a better box, but in the meantime it's not a bad way to enjoy your content and share it with those around you.

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FruitJuice review: Practice good battery health with your MacBook

This little Mac app lets you know when you should and shouldn't plug in your MacBook in order to get the most out of your battery life.

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You Should Play: Godus

Play as a deity, expand your following, and build new civilizations in this intriguing game.

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L.A. cancels iPads-in-the-schools program: a failure of vision, not technology

The Los Angeles school system canceled its iPad deployment because administrators weren't ready for the technology, not because the technology wasn't ready for students.

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BioShock, one of the best shooters of all time, hits iOS -- and it's still great

Hardware-centric tweaks aside, this is the full, classic experience. Just play with a controller if you can.