Caramel Apple Crack Will Make You Lose All Control

To earn a name like “crack” in the food world, the food’s gotta be more than good. It needs to be so irresistible that even the most self-controlled people can’t help themselves around it. Our newest crack recipe is the most dangerously addictive recipe you’ll eat this fall. The recipe is very similar to our Maple Bacon Crack, which was inspired by the Pinterest trend last year. Because the world was as crazed about it as we were, we decided to up the ante this year and go hard on autumn….

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Apple has begun rolling out HDR 4K content on iTunes and upgrading old purchases

In anticipation of the launch of pre-orders for the iPhone 8, Apple Watch Series 3, and Apple TV 4K (which occurs tonight at 3AM (EST) (or 12AM PST), Apple has already begun rolling out new content with support for 4K resolution and HDR video with higher dynamic range. In addition, Apple is upgrading iTunes customers’ previous purchases of video to 4K HDR format, which is has promised to do so, free of charge. All the new iPhones announced this week support HDR video, and the new Apple TV 4K supports both the higher resolution…

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You’ll Be Drinking This Apple Pie Vodka All Season

Let’s face it: plain vodka is the worst. I don’t mean to be a hater, but even when masked with juice or soda, it makes everything taste like, well, vodka. Until now! We’ve got the greatest (and easiest) solution for turning this un-spirited spirit into the greatest mixer of all time. In a mere 24 hours, you can transform your boring booze into a lit, autumnal treat that friends and family will love. And making it couldn’t be simpler. Add sliced apples, lemons, and two cinnamon sticks to a large…

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Caramel Apple Grapes > Caramel Apples

We love caramel apples just as much as any basic b around this time of year, but they’re such a pain to make at home — from the caramel sliding off the apples to your whole kitchen getting coated in a sticky mess. One solution: Caramel Apple Grapes! They’re the perfect snack for any fall party, and so easy to make. We’ve seen these everywhere on Pinterest as a kid-friendly snack, which they totally can be, but we wanted to go one step further and make them for the grown…

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Apple Will Offer 4 iPhone 8 Colors, Including A Mirror-Like Option, Leaker Claims

Benjamin Geskin tweeted that the 2017 OLED iPhone, known to many as the iPhone 8, will come in four colors, one of which is what the reliable leaker refers to as a mirror-like option. The information follows a report from last week by famed Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, who claimed that the iPhone 8 will offer fewer color options compared to previous iPhone models. Mirror-Like Option For iPhone 8 In Geskin’s tweet revealing the mirror-like option for the iPhone 8, he attached an image to illustrate what exactly users can expect for the new…

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Apple should buy Athenahealth to expand in health care: Citigroup

Sally Shin | CNBC Tim Cook As Apple moves into health care, it’s acquired a few small start-ups. Now, Citigroup analyst Garen Sarafian is recommending that the company scoop up a far larger player in health technology: Athenahealth. Even with a market capitalization of close to $6 billion, the purchase would make sense, Sarafian wrote in a note to clients, as it could help Apple solve one of the biggest’s issues in health care — the interoperable exchange of medical data. Sarafian’s analysis followed a report on Wednesday from CNBC…

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Indian Developer Apple Offered WWDC Scholarship to Won’t be Attending Because of Visa Woes

Apple’s annual developer conference, WWDC, is one of the big events on the technology calendar and it’s become a space where the company doesn’t just talk to developers anymore but also makes announcements that are of great interest to the general public. As part of the conference, Apple also invites student developers to participate and for WWDC 2017, one of the people invited was Harshil Shah, a computer engineering student at the Rajiv Gandhi Institute of Technology. For a young man like Shah, the opportunity to attend WWDC 2017, and…

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iPhone 10 Year Anniversary: Apple CEO Tim Cook Says ‘Best Is Yet to Come’

It all started ten years ago when Apple CEO Steve Jobs took centre stage at MacWorld 2007 in San Francisco to introduce the first ever iPhone. 2017 is a big year for Apple as it marks the tenth anniversary of the revolutionary mobile device, but January 9 is even more special, as it is the day Jobs took the stage to unveil it for the first time ever. In commemoration, Apple has issued a press release highlighting the journey of what it claims is the “gold standard” in the smartphone…

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Nokia Sues Apple for Infringing Patents, Industry Back on War Footing

Nokia Corp said on Wednesday it had filed a number of lawsuits against Apple Inc for violating 32 technology patents, striking back at the iPhone maker’s legal action targeting the one-time cellphone industry leader a day earlier. Nokia’s lawsuits, filed in courts in Dusseldorf, Mannheim and Munich, Germany, and the US District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, cover patents for displays, user interfaces, software, antennas, chipsets and video coding. “Since agreeing a license covering some patents from the Nokia Technologies portfolio in 2011, Apple has declined subsequent offers…

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The Apple Watch doesn’t have to trade fashion for fitness

Apple’s products are saddled with astronomical expectations, but in recent years perhaps none was so anticipated as the Apple Watch, Apple’s first go at tapping into the budding wearables market. It may not be fair to say that the Watch didn’t live up to those expectations, but early versions of the device, and especially its software, received a lukewarm reception. Since its initial launch, Apple has taken steps to change not only the Watch and its operating system, but also its overall perception and marketing message. They’re ditching something that…

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