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"Lose not the ability to surprise nor be surprised" ~ anon • St. Petersburg, Russia photo: Tatiana Braslavskaya on 2photo

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To Siri, With Love • "Just how bad a mother am I? I wondered, as I watched my 13-year-old son deep in conversation with Siri. Gus has autism, and Siri, Apple’s 'intelligent personal assistant' on the iPhone, is currently his B.F.F. Obsessed with weather formations, Gus had spent the hour parsing the difference between isolated and scattered thunderstorms — an hour in which, thank God, I didn’t have to …" by Judith Newman - NYTimes

To Siri, With Love • "Just how bad a mother am I? I wondered, as I watched my 13-year-old son deep in conversation with Siri. Gus has autism, and Siri, Apple’s 'intelligent personal assistant' on the iPhone, is currently his B.F.F. Obsessed with weather formations, Gus had spent the hour parsing the difference between isolated and scattered thunderstorms — an hour in which, thank God, I didn’t have to …" by Judith Newman - NYTimes

HomePod — Welcome Home by Spike Jonze — Apple - YouTube

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HomePod — Welcome Home by Spike Jonze — Apple - YouTube

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Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube.

Infinite USB's new accessory plugs into a USB Type C port, to expand what you can do with the new MacBook's lone port • by Will Shanklin on Gizmag

Infinite USB is back, this time tackling the new MacBook's lone USB-C port

Five years ago we saw a clever take on USB splitter accessories, with the chainable Infinite USB. Today the company is back to try to tackle the problems created by Apple's extreme minimalism in the new Retina MacBook.

"In all likelihood we’re not just seeing the death of the iPod Classic, but the death of the dedicated portable music player. Now it’s all phones and apps. Everything is a camera. The single-use device is gone—and with it, the very notion of cool that it once carried." • by Mat Honan • photo: Jim Merithew / WIRED
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On Death and iPods: A Requiem

The single-use device is gone---and with it, the very notion of cool that it once carried.

"[Apple] introduced a drool-worthy smartwatch – Apple Watch – in two sizes, three style collections, and six choices of straps. The Apple Watch will be available in 2015 starting at US$349. Plus, iOS 8 will be available for download starting Sept. 17." • by Chris Maxcer / TechNewsWorld

Apple Brings It

Apple on Tuesday rebuilt its iPhone foundation by introducing two new models with Retina HD displays: the iPhone 6 at 4.5 inches, and the iPhone 6 Plus at 5.5 inches. It launched Apple Pay, which promises to become the catalyst NFC mobile payment technology needs to become mainstream. Plus, it introduced the drool-worthy Apple Watch in two sizes, three style collections, and six choices of straps.

The update to iTunes U will allow instructors to create, edit and assign course work using an iPad. • "Apple will soon make another bid to persuade schools to replace textbooks with iPads. Next week, it will introduce a tool for instructors to teach from the tablet." • by Brian X. Chen

The update to iTunes U will allow instructors to create, edit and assign course work using an iPad. • "Apple will soon make another bid to persuade schools to replace textbooks with iPads. Next week, it will introduce a tool for instructors to teach from the tablet." • by Brian X. Chen

"Apple on Tuesday rebuilt its iPhone foundation by introducing two new models with Retina HD displays: the iPhone 6 at 4.5 inches, and the iPhone 6 Plus at 5.5 inches. It launched Apple Pay, a new mobile wallet payment system that promises to become the catalyst NFC mobile payment technology needs to become mainstream." • by Chris Maxcer / TechNewsWorld

Apple Brings It

Apple on Tuesday rebuilt its iPhone foundation by introducing two new models with Retina HD displays: the iPhone 6 at 4.5 inches, and the iPhone 6 Plus at 5.5 inches. It launched Apple Pay, which promises to become the catalyst NFC mobile payment technology needs to become mainstream. Plus, it introduced the drool-worthy Apple Watch in two sizes, three style collections, and six choices of straps.

"Apple Inc. (AAPL) will reap fees from banks when consumers use an iPhone in place of credit and debit cards for purchases, a deal that gives the handset maker a cut of the growing market for mobile payments, according to three people with knowledge of the arrangement." • by Elizabeth Dexheimer • photo: David Paul Morris / Bloomberg

Apple Said to Reap Fees From Banks in New Payment System

Apple Inc. will reap fees from banks when consumers use an iPhone in place of credit and debit cards for purchases, a deal that gives the handset maker a cut of the growing market for mobile payments, according to three people with knowledge of the arrangement.

Apple Nears Introduction of Smartwatch and Bigger iPhones • "Thirty years ago at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, a roomy auditorium in Cupertino, Calif., Steven P. Jobs introduced the original Macintosh. On Tuesday, Apple will come back to the center to unveil a set of long-anticipated products: two iPhones with larger screens, and a wearable computer that the media has nicknamed the iWatch. " • by Brian X. Chen • photo: Glenn Chapman / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images

Apple Nears Introduction of Smartwatch and Bigger iPhones • "Thirty years ago at the Flint Center for the Performing Arts, a roomy auditorium in Cupertino, Calif., Steven P. Jobs introduced the original Macintosh. On Tuesday, Apple will come back to the center to unveil a set of long-anticipated products: two iPhones with larger screens, and a wearable computer that the media has nicknamed the iWatch. " • by Brian X. Chen • photo: Glenn Chapman / Agence France-Presse / Getty Images

Early Apple Computer Sells for $905,000 at Auction • "The Apple-1 that sold on Wednesday is thought to be one of the first batch of 50 machines assembled by Steve Wozniak, an Apple co-founder, in Steve Jobs's family garage in Los Altos, Calif., in 1976." photo: Bonhams / Associated Press • by Reuters on NYTimes.com

Early Apple Computer Sells for $905,000 at Auction • "The Apple-1 that sold on Wednesday is thought to be one of the first batch of 50 machines assembled by Steve Wozniak, an Apple co-founder, in Steve Jobs's family garage in Los Altos, Calif., in 1976." photo: Bonhams / Associated Press • by Reuters on NYTimes.com

What We Expect Apple to Announce at Its Event This Thursday • "For the second month in a row, Apple has sent out press invitations for a big product unveiling in California.  So, based on rumors and various reports from sources claiming to have knowledge of Apple’s plans, we have compiled our list of everything we expect to see at the company’s Oct. 16 shindig." • by Daniel Bean

What We Expect Apple to Announce at Its Event This Thursday

For the second month in a row, Apple has sent out press invitations for a big product unveiling in California.

$100 kit lets you plate Apple Watch with 24K gold DIY-style (Video) • by Jordan Kahn

$100 kit lets you plate Apple Watch with 24K gold DIY-style (Video) - 9to5Mac

We’ve seen a number of solutions for getting a gold Apple Watch without spending the $10,000+ price Apple charges for the 18 Karat gold Apple Watch edition. We went hands-on with one of the first companies doing gold plating for Apple Watch, but that requires you to mail-in the device and pay approximately $400 on […]

Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, on Monday in Laguna Beach, CA • "Apple’s new mobile wallet, Apple Pay, is just a week old but has grown enormously, according to Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive. At a tech conference in Laguna Beach, Calif., Mr. Cook said that one million credit cards had been activated on Apple Pay in the first three days that the mobile payment system was live." • by Lucy Nicholson / Reuters

Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive, on Monday in Laguna Beach, CA • "Apple’s new mobile wallet, Apple Pay, is just a week old but has grown enormously, according to Timothy D. Cook, Apple’s chief executive. At a tech conference in Laguna Beach, Calif., Mr. Cook said that one million credit cards had been activated on Apple Pay in the first three days that the mobile payment system was live." • by Lucy Nicholson / Reuters