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22Jul

Flir One case turns Apple’s iPhone into a high-end thermal imaging camera

By Drake M. / July 22, 2014 / Apple news, Apps, iPhone / No Comments

The Flir One offer the capability to watch live infrared image when combined having a friend application to customers, and also the organization thinks a number of uses for that item, which range from homeimprovement to protection. Flir hopes the Main Oneis fairly moderate $349.99 cost — a substa...

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18Jul

EU Finds Apple Lacking in Initiatives to Handle In-App Payment Issues

By Drake M. / July 18, 2014 / Apple news, Apps / No Comments

The European Commission released that Apple hasn’t properly addressed the issue of unauthorized in-app purchases, offering “no fast and real solutions” towards the challenge, reports Reuters. This matter of in-app expenditures within free apps was the target of a new EU study fo...

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18May

Italian Regulators Investigating Others and Apple Over ‘Freemium’ App Pricing Model

By Drake M. / May 18, 2014 / Apps, iOS / No Comments

The Wall Street Journal reports that the Antitrust and Competition Authority in Italy has released an investigation to determine whether internet companies such as Apple, Google, and Amazon mislead people by presenting in-app purchases for games that are listed as free downloads.Consumers could b...

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11May

Facebook kills Snapchat rival ‘Poke’, Camera apps from app store

By Drake M. / May 11, 2014 / Apps / No Comments

Its standalone Poke app, an early on clone of Snapchat, together with its Camera application has been removed by Facebook, from Apple’s iTunes App store.A Facebook spokeswoman said Friday the programs was removed earlier in the afternoon. Facebook didn’t promote the transfer, as much Web business...

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