*Update* Apple Campus Taking Shape as Revealed in Recent Drone Flyby

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A drone video has been posted online showing the construction progress of the new Apple Campus. The project, one of the final legacies of the late Steve Jobs, has received a lot of press since its announcement and will be a monument to green construction on a massive scale. FlyOver in Apple Maps also shows earlier progress and the scale of this project is quite impressive as you can see below.

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Facebook to Enter Mobile Payment Arena via Messenger?

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It appears as though the ultra secure technology in the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus (and hopefully, the next generation of iPad), banking options are opening up for third-party developers in ways you would never have imagined before. While digging around the coding for Facebook’s Messenger app, a Stanford student discovered a feature that will allow users to send money each other just as easily as they would send a photo.

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Hewlett-Packard Announces Company Split while Apple Boasts Record-Breaking iPhone Sales

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Just a few days ago, analysts were predicting that Apple could sell as many as 20 million iPhone 6 devices within its first month. At the same time, Hewlett-Packard (HP) is splitting its 75-year-old company in two in an effort to streamline the business and stay relevant in an ever-changing industry.

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Apple’s Sapphire Glass Supplier Declares Bankruptcy

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The company that supplies Apple’s sapphire glass, GT Advanced Technologies, just announced it would file for bankruptcy court protection under Chapter 11. Earlier this year, the company’ stock soared under rumors that the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus would include GT’s sapphire glass displays. After both models were revealed to be made with Gorilla glass, the company’s stock plummeted. GT is now seeking protection from debtors as it continues to provide Sapphire glass for the iPhone’s camera and Touch ID components.

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Adobe Enhances Creative Cloud Sync, Adds New Photo and Video Editing Apps

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Today, Adobe updated its Creative Cloud software with deeper connectivity, new tools, and an all-new Creative Profile that better syncs the desktop a mobile versions of Photoshop, Lightroom, Illustrator, and Premiere. In addition to updates to the existing Creative Cloud apps, Adobe has added three brand new “capture” apps for graphic designers and illustrators.

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This Week’s App Store Editor’s Choice: Banner Saga

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Ever since “A Game of Thrones” turned the television viewing world upside-down, medieval European mythology has become a popular genre of fantasy. I’m not complaining. Swords and armor are pretty cool. This week’s App Store editor’s choice involves some Norse folklore, some magic, and a story-driven adventure you won’t soon forget.

Banner Saga is an illustrated adventure that takes place in a world that never sees full sunlight. A Viking caravan sets out to find the reason why the sun has stopped rising.

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Disappointed that Apple Didn’t Make a Reversible USB Cord? Get a BelayCord Instead


Back in August, rumors began to spread that Apple might make the next-generation of Lightning cable USB reversible. There was even a patent published around that time. There is still hope that Apple will have its own reversible USB cord by 2017. In the meantime, if you don’t want to wait for one that comes with your iOS device, you can invest in the future with the BelayCord Kickstarter campaign.

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New Rumor Suggests Oct. 16 iPad Event

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Re/code’s John Paczkowski may actually have a legitimate friend on the inside of Apple because he has been pretty dead on when it comes to correctly identifying rumors. Back in August, the tech writer revealed that Apple would hold the iPhone event on Sept. 9.

Today, Paczkowski reports that Apple is planning on holding its next media event on Oct. 16. My earlier prediction of Oct. 21 appears to be off the mark.

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Tech Accessory Maker Asks, ‘What Does America Say Good Morning To?’

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Accessory maker Kensington recently surveyed Internet users to find out how the average American spends time on tablets. The digital age has changed the way we communicate with each other. Apparently, less than one-quarter of Americans would rather speak to their significant other before using their tablet.

My 12-year-old niece was explaining to me what the lunchroom is like at her middle school. According to her, during the most social activity of the day, kids are using their mobile devices instead of chatting with each other. Most casual conversation involves showing one another a post from a social networking site.

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Microsoft Founder Bill Gates Loves Apple Pay


Within the next few weeks, Apple is going to launch its payment service, which is only available on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus at this time. Apple Pay will either be a big hit or a total flop. Some are speculating that it will revolutionize the mobile payment industry. According to an interview with former Microsoft CEO Bill Gates, Apple Pay will make credit card purchases more convenient and secure.

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