Apple’s iCloud Web service has been treated to one or two housekeeping updates, including an all-new zoom feature and, more notably, the ability to send photos through email à la iOS. Full details after the break.

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If you don’t already have Tweetbot for Mac then you’re out of luck, because the popular Twitter app has now been pulled form the Mac App Store following reports of widespread authentication issues.

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Free stuff is always enticing, and while Apple may have scrapped the ‘iTunes Single of the Week’ freebie offer a short time ago, the Cupertino giant is back with a new section for those seeking fresh content without the usual fee. The aptly-named ‘Free on iTunes’ section includes songs from recording artists as well as TV shows from some renowned networks, although right now, it appears reserved for consumers in the United States.

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Release date of Apple Watch and new 12-inch MacBook Air has been confirmed by a reliable source. More details can be found right here after the jump.

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Looking forward to Apple revealing its 12-inch must-haves this year? These iPad Air Plus and 12-inch MacBook Air concept renderings will help compare the two devices side by side, especially the size. Head on after the jump for further details.

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The weekend’s here, and as always, we’re back with a handful of paid iOS and Mac apps that have gone free for a limited period. Catch us after the break for more details.

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A new iOS and accompanying Mac app make it possible to unlock your computer using Touch ID, even if Apple hasn’t yet put a fingerprint sensor on its computers.

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The rumors of a reported 12-inch MacBook Air are gathering pace and with the old adage of there being no smoke without fire very much in our minds, the latest leak to almost confirm the device’s existence includes photographs of what appears to be a screen set for the phantom notebook.

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Twelve South has announced a brand new MacBook Air and MacBook Pro stand that makes it possible to type while also lifting the Mac’s screen to a more comfortable height.

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Some people like to take a photo of themselves each day and then stitch them together into one of those videos that go viral. You know the kind we’re talking about, because they show someone age right in front of your very eyes and we can’t get enough of them.

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The iOS and Mac App Stores aren’t new to offering paid apps for free, but these deals are always special when caught on a weekend. Well, that time of the week is here, and as always, we are bringing you some of the best paid Mac and iOS apps that have gone free for a limited period. Read on right after the jump to catch a rundown of these apps.

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Here’s how you can get Facebook Messenger Chat Heads on Mac OS X. More details and download links can be found right here after the break.

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Ever since the iPhone 4 and the iPad 3, Apple fans far and wide have been crying out for Retina displays across the board. The MacBook Pro with Retina display was the first Mac to be treated to a higher-res offering in 2012, and as we continue to wait on the elusive Retina MacBook Air, the iMac was recently handed 5K support for an ultra-sharp experience. Now, for the first time, the Retina iMac is available refurbished at the Apple Online Store, and while availability will certainly vary, this is definitely the least risky way to score yourself a cheaper desktop from Apple.

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Purported news of Apple moving to ditch Intel processors in favor of its own ‘A’ series chip for future iMacs and MacBooks is churning up again. A newly surfaced report, claims that the company will be using the new CPU in at least one of its Mac devices by 2016. Head on after the break for more on this news.

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What if Apple was to reproduce the original Macintosh in 2015, 31 years later? Looks like the designers at Curved Labs have the answer. Head on after the jump to read all about it.

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In another leak of information, there are rumors flying around that the much anticipated 12-inch MacBook Air will be debuting in the first quarter of 2015. The machine’s debut will also bring about another interesting change in the existing lineup of Apple notebooks. Read on after the jump for further details.

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Here’s how you can quickly add watermarks to photos and images in batches the easy way. More details and download link can be found here after the break.

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Here’s a step-by-step guide how you can remotely control iPhone, iPad from your PC / Mac. Complete instructions, including video tutorial, can be found after the jump.

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The weekend is great for many reasons, and one of them – particularly if you’re a user of Apple products in this case – is that developers tend to relax their prices. We’ve hand-picked a collection of iOS and Mac apps that, despite ordinarily costing money, are currently free of charge, and so if you own an iPhone, iPad, iPod touch or Mac, join us after the fold to dive into the savings.

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Here’s how you can fix OS X Yosemite Spotlight bug which can potentially leak your personal data. More details and how to it can be found right after the jump.

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