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The Apple Watch is due in April, but smartwatch market leader Pebble is racing to sell its new Pebble Time first; Adam Engst has the details, along with some reasons why it might be preferable to the Apple Watch. Speaking of which, could the amount of gold in the Apple Watch Edition shake up the world economy? Josh Centers runs some numbers that are either stunningly huge or that point out flaws in sales estimates reported by The Wall Street Journal. In other news, Apple has opened up iWork for iCloud to everyone, and Michael Cohen explains how it works for non-Apple users. The FCC last week passed controversial net neutrality rules that place broadband providers under Title II classification. Josh shares what details we know at the moment, and he also offers up a new edition of Keeping Up with the Snoops, with the latest in government surveillance revelations. Finally, we’re pleased to bring you Michael Cohen’s new “Take Control of PDFpen 7,” along with the latest chapticle of Joe Kissell’s “Take Control of Security for Mac Users,” in which he explains how to protect your network connection from eavesdropping. Notable software releases this week include Fetch 5.7.5, Downcast 1.1.7, BusyCal 2.6.5, Logic Pro X 10.1.1, and VLC Media Player 2.2.0.