Google Wallet For iPhone Adds TouchID Support

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Google has released a new version of their Google Wallet mobile payment system for Apple’s iOS devices, and the Wallet app now supports Apple’s TouchID.

The update also brings a range of other features to Google Wallet on the iPhone and iPad, you can now split the cost of a transaction, which could be handy if you want to split a bill with your friends.

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Nest Thermostat Gets Google Now Voice Integration

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The Nest Thermostat can now be controlled by Google Now, and you can now use your smartphone and Google Now to control your Nest device using voice commands.

The voice command feature for controlling the Nest Thermostat with Google Now is supported on both iOS and Android devices, and you can use voice commands to change the temperature.

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Walmart Selling iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus and iPhone 5S At Attractive Discounts

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If you’re thinking about getting your hands on the iPhone 6, 6 Plus or the last year’s iPhone 5S, you’re in luck as Walmart is offering the devices at attractive discounts.

Bloomberg reports that Walmart is offering the 16GB iPhone 6 for just $129 tied to a two-year contract, a $50 discount from the company’s usual price and $70 off when compared to Apple Store. Customers are required to sign up a two-year agreement with AT&T, Sprint or Verizon.

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United Airlines To Equip 23,000 Flight Attendants With iPhone 6 Plus

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United Airlines has announced that it will equip almost 23,000 of its mainline flight attendants with an iPhone 6 Plus during the second quarter of 2015.

After the devices are introduces, flight attendants will be able to take care of most of the onboard retail transactions, as well as give them access to several resources of the company such as company email, united.com and the company’s Intranet as well as policies and procedures manuals.

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Angry Birds Gets New Levels To Celebrate 5th Birthday (Video)

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Rovio has released an update to their original Angry Birds game, and the update brings a bunch of new levels to the game, the company are celebrating the 5th Birthday of the game.

Angry Birds launched five years ago today, and it has become one of the most popular mobile games of all time, the update is available as a free download for the game if you already own the game.

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iOS 8.1.2 Jailbreak Tool Released

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Earlier Apple released their iOS 8.1.2, the update came with a number of bug fixes, including one for ringtones and now the iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak has been released by TaiG.

The TaiG iOS 8.1.2 jailbreak comes in the form of version 1.2.0 and it will work with a number of Apple devices which include the iPad Air 2, the iPad Mini 3, and the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.

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New 4 Inch iPhone 6 May Launch Next Year (Rumor)

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Apple’s new iPhone 6 comes with a 4.7 inch display and the 6 Plus has a 5.5 inch display, and now there are rumors that Apple will launch a 4 inch iPhone 6 in 2015.

Apple currently sells two 4 inch versions of the iPhone, the iPhone 5S and iPhone 5C, although there have been rumors that the iPhone 5C will be discontinued next year, it could possibly be replaced by a new 4 inch iPhone 6.

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iPhone 6 Plus Is A Hit In The US

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Apple’s larger iPhone 6 Plus smartphone appears to be a hit, according to a recent report by Kantar World Panel, the new larger iPhone has managed to capture a 41 percent share of US phablet sales.

The iPhone 6 Plus launched in September and by the end of October, the device accounted for 41 percent of Phablet sales for the three months ending October 2014.

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Mozilla To Bring Firefox To The iPhone

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Mozilla’s Firefox browser is not available on the iPhone or Apple’s iOS platform, and now it would appear that Mozilla is looking to change that.

The company has refused to release Firefox for iOS, as Apple wont lent Mozilla use its own web engine for Firefox, Chrome and Opera on iOS use Apple’s JavaScript rendering engines.

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You Can No Longer Downgrade From iOS 8.1.1

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Apple has not closed the signing for iOS 8.1, which means that users who have downloaded the latest version of Apple’s mobile OS, iOS 8.1.1 can no longer downgrade to the previous version.

Apple released iOS 8.1 back in October, and this version of iOS was the first to launch with Apple’s mobile payment system, Apple Pay.

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