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TidBITS#1237/25-Aug-2014

If your iPhone 5’s battery isn’t holding a charge like it used to, Apple might replace it for free or reimburse you if you’ve already paid to replace it. The NFL arrives on the Apple TV, but perhaps not in the form you expected — Josh Centers explains. The DuckDuckGo search engine is coming to Safari in OS X Yosemite and iOS 8; find out why it caught Apple’s attention. For TidBITS members this week, the latest chapter of Charles Edge’s “Take Control of OS X Server” details the essential Caching and Software Update services, which can save bandwidth and reduce support headaches. For everyone else, this is the final day of our Take Control Back to School sale, where everything is 50 percent off! Finally, this week’s FunBITS entry is Knots 3D, a great iOS app for anyone who wants to move beyond granny knots. Notable software releases this week include Parallels Desktop 10, Final Cut Pro X 10.1.3, PDFpen and PDFpenPro 6.3.2, and PopChar X 6.6.

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ExtraBITS for 25 August 2014

The second public beta of the upcoming OS X Yosemite is out, making this a perfect time to pick up Joe Kissell’s “Take Control of Beta Testing Yosemite.” However, it isn’t a perfect time to be a print journalist; Clay Shirky delves into what current journalists need to learn to stay relevant. Ed Bott explains how the Mac is dominating a segment of the PC market, and Alexis Madrigal argues that email may be the Internet’s last best hope.