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Got photos? Online retail giant Amazon has released a new app that lets iPhone users save their pictures directly on the company’s own cloud storage space.

Dubbed Amazon Cloud Drive Photos and available free of charge from the App Store, the app can transfer photos back and forth between a device and Cloud Drive, where they can be accessed using a desktop computer, Web browser, or other compatible device, like a Kindle Fire. More…

via Amazon launches iOS photo app for Cloud Drive.

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It’s not secret that Mac minis are powerful little machines. Whether you’re running the standard consumer version, or opted to upgrade to the server edition, it can be used for some heavy duty tasks. Sonnet’s xMac mini Server ($1,295) makes the most of that by fitting your computer into a rack mount, and adding expansion support. It’s not for everyone, but power users and businesses should take note. …

via Mac: Sonnet xMac mini Server.

Mobile Payments

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Forget Apple TV Or IWatch: Apple’s Next Trump Card Is Mobile Payments.

Hue, an accessory available exclusively in Apple stores and from Apple’s website, comes in the Starter Pack with three bulbs and a wireless bridge, while additional bulbs are available for $60 each. Also in the box are a power supply for the bridge, and an Ethernet cable to connect it to your router. Each of the bulbs is an 8.5-Watt light and puts out 600 lumens, which is roughly comparable to a traditional 50-Watt lightbulb. The capsule-shaped…

via Review: Philips Hue Connected Bulb – Starter Pack.

Apple wins order on Google documents in Samsung patent infringement case

As promised, image editor Pixelmator released a substantial update to its OS X app on Thursday, with over 100 new features and improvements including shapes, smart move, paint selection and an “effect” called Light Leak.

Pixelmator

Pixelmator


via First Look: Pixelmator 2.2 Blueberry goes live in the Mac App Store.

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