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Tumblr May Have Waited Weeks to Fix iOS Flaw

Yesterday (July 16), the blogging platform Tumblr fixed a security flaw in its app for iPhones and iPads, a vulnerability that put users' accounts at risk by transmitting user names and passwords in plain text. Full story

Imprisoned Hacker 'Weev' Challenges Computer Law

Lawyers for AT&T and iPad "hacker" Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer, who is in federal prison, on Monday (July 1) filed an appeal seeking to vacate Auernheimer's convictions by challenging the government's interpretation of the 1984 Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). Full story

11 schools win $3M from Idaho for tech projects

Eleven Idaho schools will share a $3 million state grant meant to test technology in the classroom, everything from using Apple iPads to capture more students' attention to giving Lenovo laptops to high school kids to help them build skills to attend college. Full story

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Wunderlist 2 task manager app hits the iPad

Autodesk 123D Creatures lets you create monsters on your iPad

Mattel goes all in on AR for 2013

Reading on Tablets Easier for Older Eyes

TI-Nspire rethinks the graphing calculator for the iPad (video)

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  iPad-Powered Yacht

A Hong Kong billionaire bought a $23.5 million super yacht that's 140 feet long and is controlled by an iPad. It has such a big gas tank it can go from New York to London on one tank.

  A guide to parenthood and maintaining your sanity

GQ correspondent and Deadspin columnist Drew Magary shares details about his memoir which focuses on 21st century parenthood.

  Apple may unveil major upgrades to iPhones, iPads

The phone and tablet giant is set to reveal a new operating system at its Worldwide Developers Conference. The upgrade would be free.

  Have leftovers? There's an app for that

TODAY's digital lifestyle contributor Mario Armstrong tells TODAY's Lester Holt about three new tech trends, including an app that helps you find recipes for whatever's left in your refrigerator.

  Senior citizens take tech-savvy classes

If you’re a member of an older generation, learning even the most basic tech skills can be daunting. So Tom Kamber has created a popular program to teach New York City seniors everything from how to use Gmail to iPads. NBC’s Jenna Wolfe reports.

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iPhone 5 models are pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.

iPhone 5 models are pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

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A MacBook Air laptop is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.

A MacBook Air laptop is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013.REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni
An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni

An iPhone 5 is pictured on display at an Apple Store in Pasadena, California July 22, 2013. REUTERS/Mario Anzuoni