Apple Announces More Artists for Next Month’s iTunes Music Festival in London

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Apple’s eighth annual music festival is starting to fill up. The month-long musical showcase starts on Sept. 1 and the company only has two weeks to finalize the lineup. Today, Apple announced new artists added to the bill and the dates they will play in September.

Featured artists include the likes of Blondie + Chrissie Hynde, Lenny Kravitz, Maroon 5 and Beck. So far, the opening act has not been scheduled, nor has the last act of the festival. Both days traditionally feature the biggest artists, so we’ve still got some surprises in store before the first of the month.

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PadGadget’s iPad Tips: How to Set Up Your iPad for AirPrint Printers

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I received another one of those messages from my mom over the weekend, “Do you have time for a Facetime this afternoon?” That usually means one thing; she can’t get some device to work and needs my help. Sure enough, it turns out she was having trouble getting her iPhone and iPad to print to her AirPrint printer.

Today, I’m going to go over the basics of how to print from your (or anyone’s) AirPrint compatible printer. It is much easier than you might think.

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Flappy Bird Creator Unveils Addictive New ‘Swing Copters’ Game

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Boy, Dong Nguyen of dotGears has received more attention for his now-defunct “Flappy Bird” game than PopCap has for the creation of Plants vs. Zombies. Earlier this month, we found out that the addictive arcade game relaunched exclusively on Amazon Fire TV (with a few changes).

Today, Touch Arcade reported on a hands-on review of dotGears’ newest game, soon to be launched on iOS. Swing Copters appears to have all of the elements required for another super addictive arcade game similar to the one that launched Nguyen into the spotlight.

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Apple Discounts Beats Headphone and Speaker Line by 10 Percent

Beats

Earlier this month, Apple and Beats officially came together, with each company respectively announcing the merger on their websites. At the time, it was noted that all Beats products would now be sold directly through Apple’s retail stores.

Right now, Apple is having uncharacteristic sale on Beats headphones and speakers, listing all but a handful of products on sale. Right now, you can get the iconic brand over-the-ear headphones, in-ear headphones, or Pill Bluetooth speaker for 10 percent off.

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Analyst Says Sapphire Glass iPhones are Unlikely this Year

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It’s stronger and more scratch resistant, but it looks like sapphire glass needs more time time before it is ready for prime time on a large scale. Rod Hall, an analyst at JP Morgan, told investors that sapphire glass is likely to be released as an iPhone display, but not in 2014.

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New iPad and iPhone Rumored to Include Reversible USB-Side Cable

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When Apple first announced that the Lightning cable for new generations of iOS devices would have a reversible connector, the tech world was excited. Personally, I was a bit disappointed. Sure, a cable that can be plugged into the iPad either way is nice, but I have a harder time with the USB end. My ports are on the back of my computer and I’m always trying to cram them in the wrong way.

This week, rumors are swirling that Apple is making a new cable that has a reversible USB and Lightning connector.

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Pokémon Trading Card Game is Finally Coming to the iPad

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Over the weekend, games writer Josh Wittenkeller tweeted a picture of the Pokémon Trading Card Game (TCG) being played on an iPad. Wittenkeller was on site at the Pokémon World Championships in Washington D.C., which took place Aug. 16 and 17. The game looks like it will be a port of the online version currently available on Mac and PC.

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Apple Commercial ‘Misunderstood’ Wins an Emmy

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At a time when tech companies like Samsung and Microsoft are releasing commercials that put down iOS devices in order to make their own look better, Apple is busy releasing commercials that win Emmy awards. About a year ago, Apple started a series of campaigns that highlight the iPad and iPhone. Some of them are informative. Others are creative. “Misunderstood” is emotional.

Misunderstood tells the story of a teenage boy who seems to be spending too much time on his iPhone around the holidays. While the family is building snowmen and trimming the tree, the boy’s face is aglow with the bluish hue of the iPhone screen.

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Steve Jobs and Other Apple Directors Sued for Anti-Poaching Scheme

Evidence of Apple's Anti-Poaching Collusion

Evidence of Apple’s Anti-Poaching Collusion

In May, Reuters reported on a settlement between Apple, Google, Intel, and Adobe with former employees who claimed the companies were involved in an antitrust violation, this one involving an anti-poaching agreement. Last week, Gigaom reported that the ruling judge in the case, Lucy Koh, rejected the proposed settlement, stating that it was too low. At the time, Gigaom noted that Judge Koh called former Apple CEO Steve Jobs as a central figure in the alleged conspiracy.

This week, we are learning that an Apple shareholder is now suing the company, current CEO Tim Cook, and the estate of Jobs.

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Archie Comics App Offers 100 Free Comics, Subscription-Based Archie Unlimited

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Famous comic book teenager Archie Andrews has been around (and a teenager) for more than 70 years. The first issue of “Archie Comics” came out in 1942 and the main series, as well as dozens of spinoff series, has been going strong ever since. You can still pick up “Archie Digest” and “Betty and Veronica” at most neighborhood grocery stores. However, tracking down early issues is nearly impossible. The Archie Comics app makes it a whole lot easier with thousands of titles dating all the way back to the early days and leading up to the most recent issues.

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