Windows 9 Screenshots Leaked, Shows Off The All New Start Menu

Microsoft made a lot of changes with Windows 8, and a large portion of its user base did not agree with, well.. a large portion of them. But as the world begins to settle down and adjust to the predominantly tiled appearance of the user interface, one element that many desktop users have never gotten over is the Start menu, or lack of it, and the post-BUILD news that it would be making a dramatic return was met with a collective sigh of relief. Now, some new ‘Windows 9′ screenshots have emerged, and as well as offering an insight into what’s from the software giant’s flagship OS, also gives…

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You Can Download $17 Worth Of iPhone And iPad Apps / Games For Free Today Right Here

It’s a new day and a new list of paid apps for your iPhone, iPod touch and/or iPad that you can obtain totally free if you hurry over to the iTunes App Store. For our regular readers, this regular feature needs no introduction, as they’re accustomed to us finding the best apps-gone-free deals for iOS and sharing them with our readers on a daily basis. Today, we have a total of 7 paid apps and games that you can get free right now. The list follows right after the break.

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iOS Backdoor Loopholes Let Apple And Government Agencies Collect Private Data

Apple prides itself on the security of its iOS mobile operating system, and aside from the occasional hiccup that besets all software at one point or another, this tends to be the case. However, one jailbreak expert has done some serious digging into the guts of iOS and discovered that while the software is pretty safe from the continued threat of hacks and attacks from malware makers, there are certain loopholes within the iOS make-up that make it potentially easy for Apple and government agencies to covertly get hold of your personal data.

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Here’s What The Redesigned iTunes 12 Looks Like [Screenshots]

It’s been a busy day for software-in-progress over at Apple today, and as well as rolling out OS X Yosemite 10.10 Developer Preview 4 and iOS 8 Beta 4, the Cupertino giant has also made iTunes 12 Beta available as part of Yosemite. As well as some serious design tweaks, there are also quite a few new features packed into this release, and as ever, you can check the details – as well as some first-hand screenshots – right here.

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Facebook Save Announced: A Read It Later Service For iOS, Android, Web [Video]

Saving links to be read later may seem like a simple, forgettable feature but as apps like Instapaper and Pinboard have already proven that there’s plenty of use for such a feature. Now, two years after buying Instapaper competitor Spool, Facebook has launched its very own read-it-later service.

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New iMessage Spam Targets iPhone Users, Here’s How To Protect Yourself

Spam text messages are nothing new, but security research firm Cloudmark is now warning people of a new approach being taken by those who previously relied on SMS to peddle their spam.

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Gameloft Gives Modern Combat 5: Blackout For iOS And Android A Launch Trailer [VIDEO]

Mobile gaming has been growing at an impossible rate ever since the iPhone and Android smartphones arrived, and Gameloft is one developer that has made a handsome business out of games that are built for smartphones and tablets. One of Gameloft’s most successful and indeed most popular games, Modern Combat, has received a launch trailer for the latest game in the franchise.

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Future iPhones Will Be Able To Sense If It’s Being Used By A Thief

Apple has already received plenty of plaudits for the way it has worked to try and reduce the number of iPhone thefts in big cities, but a newly discovered patent application shows that the firm isn’t resting on its laurels. Instead, if we’re reading this Thursday’s patent application right, Apple is working on technology that will analyze usage patterns in order to discern whether a device is in the hands of its rightful owner.

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Looking To Download Paid iOS Apps For Free? Today We Have 5 Worth $10 In Total

Apps are what make the world go round, of that there’s little doubt these days. A look at any of the app stores and their download figures should set aside any thought to the contrary. We love apps as much as anyone else, and we’d argue possibly a tad more, too. All apps are great, but we really love apps that go free for a limited time, which is why we feel it’s our civic duty to make sure that you, the dear reader, get to take advantage of such temporary price drops.

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Supposed iPhone 6 Lightning Connector And Audio Out Parts Leak [Photos]

The iPhone 6 leaks have started to pick up pace as we draw close to its grand unveiling in September. On a daily basis, we are either treated to a batch of photos pertaining to the rear shell of the device itself, or an occasional part leak that leaves us scratching our heads. Today is no different, as we are again left scratching our heads, with a new part being leaked related to the iPhone 6.

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