Skype for Web lets you chat away without a download

Starting today, Skype users in the U.S. and U.K. can start making calls directly from their browsers. The Skype for Web beta makes the chat program available without having to download and install the program’s dedicated app. “Skype for Web…Read more ›



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Apple plans to kill its 70/30 split for in-app subscriptions

Apple and Google boasted that they paid over $17 billion to app developers over the last year. What they left out is that they also made a tidy $7.3 billion off those sales thanks to the 30/70 split pioneered by…Read more ›



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Apple puts its stamp on Moscone Center ahead of WWDC

Apple is set to take over the Moscone Center in San Francisco next week for WWDC and preparations for the invasion have already begun. More than 5,000 developers will descend on the conference center for a week of coding and…Read more ›



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Thunderbolt 3 is now twice as fast and works with USB-C ports

Apple completely removed all ports from the new MacBook except for a solitary USB Type-C that was mocked by fanboys across the world, but now that Intel has taken the wraps off of the new Thunderbolt 3 protocol, new MacBook…Read more ›



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Protect your private information with lifetime access to Blur for 74% off [Deals]

Some things are best kept to yourself—like your credit card information. If you want your private data to stay that way while you’re shopping online, this privacy solution from Blur has you covered. Get a lifetime of access to the Premium…Read more ›



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Flickr’s lame auto-tagging feature infuriates users

Photo-hosting site Flickr is taking some heat today over some unfortunate tags automatically showing up on users’ pictures. Specifically, the auto-tagging program has described people (of various races) as “animals” and identified concentration camps as “jungle gyms” and “sport.” The…Read more ›



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Got ‘Android’ in your screenshot? You’ll find an app rejection in your inbox

An iOS developer claims the latest version of their app has been rejected by Apple solely because a screenshot dared to mention the forbidden word “Android.” It’s hardly noticeable — you’ll need to squint to see it — but Apple allegedly wants it…Read more ›



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