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MacBook makes a case for wireless docking -- but too soon

The single-port laptop could have used some wire-free tools that haven't hit the mainstream yet

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7 smartphone rules changed this week

The FCC and FTC have been on a roll lately, using their power to side with smartphone users. Here's what you need to know.

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Twitter's Vine Kids app is amusing for grownups too

Vine's new kid-oriented app likely has bigger plans.

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iPhone 6 sales boost Apple's smartphone OS market share

The gains came at the expense of Android.

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KappoBike wants to make ride tracking fun and turn data into better cycle lanes too

KappoBike sets itself apart from other ride trackers with in-game power-ups to boost scores -- and uses aggregate data to help city planners.

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Apple and IBM reveal 10 iOS apps that aim to change the way you work

Apple and IBM are combining design and data analysis to create a new suite of enterprise tools for every industry from air travel to government.

App Invasion: Spring will change the way you shop on your iPhone

This app deserves major props for redefining the mobile checkout before we had even heard of Apple Pay.

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First Apple-IBM enterprise products coming next month

The initial offerings will target banking, government, retail and three other sectors.

App Invasion: Meet Flic, the iOS photo manager for lazy people

People have been calling Flic the Tinder of photo apps, and that’s the perfect description: Use gestures to quickly clear out your Camera Roll and keep only the photos that matter.

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App Invasion: Defend Earth from an alien invasion and get your fitness on with Superhero Workout

This fitness game has you complete high-intensity reps in order to save the world.

App Invasion: Stay on task and log time with Hours

This time management tool helps keep you on task, and shines in iOS 8's new widget feature.

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Subway to accept NFC payments starting in October

The sandwich chain will roll out contactless payments at 26,000 restaurants