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Alpine iLX-007 is CarPlay ready, shipping now

Alpine iLX-007 is CarPlay ready, shipping now

Apple’s CArPlay sounds great, but the official offerings straight form car manufacturers are slim right now. Unless you want a 2015 Sonata, or like Pioneer decks, there isn’t an easy way to get involved with Apple’s new in-car system. If you like Alpine decks, we’ve got good news. The company has released their first CarPlay deck, the iLX-007. With the iLX-007, you’ll have the power of Siri in your car, as well as apps like Rdio, Messages, and Maps at your fingertips.

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CVS joins Rite Aid in dropping Apple Pay, all NFC support

CVS joins Rite Aid in dropping Apple Pay, all NFC support

It's only been a little over a day since internal documents revealed that pharmacy chain Rite Aid was discontinuing support for Apple Pay at its stores' registers, and now it appears that fellow pharmacy outlet CVS is doing the same. As of Saturday, a number of Twitter and forum users have posted about going to CVS stores and finding that all NFC payment functions have been turned off.

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Kindle Voyage starts shipping (but prepare for a wait)

Kindle Voyage starts shipping (but prepare for a wait)

In the market for a new ereader? Amazon's hoping you'll opt for a Kindle Voyage, with the 300dpi digital book we reviewed yesterday beginning to ship to pre-order customers, alongside its new tablet siblings, the Kindle Fire HDX 8.9 and the Fire HD Kids Edition. Voyage is, as we ourselves found, certainly Amazon's best E Ink Kindle to-date, but that technology also comes with a hefty price tag attached.

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Here’s why Apple doesn’t care about slumping iPad sales

Here’s why Apple doesn’t care about slumping iPad sales

Earlier, we told you about Apple’s device sales this quarter. Their total sales were impressive but iPad sales were way down, dipping 22% over last year. In taking questions from investors, Apple CEO Tim Cook commented on the iPad sales performance issues. Cook says he’s still bullish on the iPad, but not for the reasons we might think. The Apple CEO was also pretty grounded about their expectations, and noted that when it comes to tablet turnover, they’re pretty uncertain how we’ll react.

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anonabox already in boiling hot water even before shipping

anonabox already in boiling hot water even before shipping

If run of the mill products made behind closed doors can already have a number of detractors, those growing in the semi-open space of crowdfunding should expect even more scrutiny. The lastest high-profile Kickstarter case is one that we just shared two days ago. anonabox, a little open source device that claims to give easy and complete anonymity via Tor, might have been enjoying massive success, but now it is not so enjoying massive criticism, enough for some to call for its removal from Kickstarter.

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Uber passenger claims kidnapping; company cries foul

Uber passenger claims kidnapping; company cries foul

Services like Uber require something we don’t often talk about, and that’s trust. Whether you’re a rider or passenger, there’s an element of trust that should carry the day. A recent Uber trip maybe didn’t have that, but it’s tough to tell what’s really going on with this one. If you believe Uber, the driver simply took an “inefficient route”. If you believe the passenger — who may have been intoxicated — she was kidnapped. Either way, take this into account next time you’re about to use a service like Uber.

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Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition Review

Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition Review

This release of Sleeping Dogs is the big-time re-up the game needed for the current generation of consoles: Xbox One and PlayStation 4. It still doesn’t look as fantastic as it does when you’re topped-out on a high-end PC, but Sleeping Dogs Definitive Edition never looked better on a console. This game was fun and entertaining in an evolved old-school way when it was first released, and it’s all the more entertaining now.

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Aping Mercedes may bring a Tesla within your reach

Aping Mercedes may bring a Tesla within your reach

Tesla is ramping up to offer its own certified pre-owned program, preparing for a predicted influx of used Model S sedans the aftermarket value of which CEO Elon Musk personally vouched for. As the early Model S off the production lines reach three years old, and owners begin to trade them in under its buyback guarantee, Tesla will look to not only keep them buying within the brand, but lower the sticker price to would-be drivers hoping to get one of the all-electric sedans in their garage.

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