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New Apps Beehive (free) — Beehive – The Social Network Filter from Kendall Innovations is that rare thing: a new social networking app that should be useful to certain people. The app takes your Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram feeds, and lets you narrow them down to the friends you care about most. All of those updates can then be viewed from the single Beehive app. Most appealing to those who would be interested in this sort of thing is the app’s…

Review: ClamCase ClamCase Pro for iPad Air

The basic concept behind ClamCase Pro is simple: combine a hard plastic iPad Air case with a plastic and metal Bluetooth keyboard, using a soft touch rubber-coated bar hinge to connect the two halves. Unlike most iPad keyboard cases, ClamCase Pro’s hinge enables three distinct screen-and-keyboard positions: a pure tablet mode where the keyboard is doubled back behind the screen, disabled and invisible; a video stand mode where the disabled keyboard…

Mac: Shazam Entertainment Shazam

Shazam has been around for the iPhone since the earliest days of the App Store, and it’s one of those titles that’s really continued to get better with time. It’s not much of a surprise then, that the app has finally made it to the Mac; starting today, you can download Shazam Entertainment’s Shazam (Free) from the Mac App Store. The always-on tool lives in your Menu Bar, ready to name your tunes….

T-Mobile posts strong Q2 revenue, adds 1.5 million new customers

T-Mobile posted its second quarter earnings today, and the main takeaway is that the carrier is continuing momentum as far as customer acquisition is concerned. The Uncarrier managed to add an additional 1.5 million customers in the second quarter, which makes it the fifth consecutive quarter in which the carrier added more than 1 million subscribers. The number sees T-Mobile crossing 50 million total subscribers for the first time.