If you've been feeling iPhone 6 rumor fatigue over the last few weeks, that suffering is finally coming to an end in less than two weeks — but not before we extract a few more tidbits about Apple's supposed NFC plans first. Friday's Morning Report also closes out the week with a look at a 64-bit beta of Chrome for Mac and a new connected security camera, so jump forward for the details.
Tired of being left out of those exclusive clubs that all the cool kids get into? If you happen to live in the United States and have $1500 burning a hole in your pocket, that cash will now buy you a ticket to the Google Glass club, now that Mountain View has swung open its doors to any and all takers. Just keep in mind the product is still very much in beta, and could potentially cause way more trouble than it's worth when it comes to the privacy of those around you...
With the release of the Xbox One fast approaching, Microsoft is crossing its I's and dotting its T's by releasing an official Xbox Music app for iOS and Android, offering fans another way to rock out while on the go.
Don't want to bother with creating your own Flipboard magazines, but would still like to be able to view the creations of others? No problem, the app has now spread its wings and flown to the web as well.
With only 11 days to spare, the folks at Feedly have launched their Google Reader replacement, which promises to keep your existing RSS feeds and continue serving them to all of your favorite apps for years to come.
Now that Apple has made it clear that felines are on their way out with OS X Mavericks, the company showed off big improvements to the speed and performance of the next-generation Safari web browser that comes along with it.