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Apple's iOS 8.2 fixes security bug, pushes Watch app

It's important to download the iOS update, though it also installs an app that might tick you off. Also, learn more about adapters for USB Type-C, and you don't have to go bankrupt to get a Moto 360 in gold.

iPhone owners that don't own an Apple Watch now have an app to remind them that they don't own an Apple Watch.

It's not often we get two mobile operating system updates in one day. This CNET Update roundup covers the new features in Android 5.1 and iOS 8.2 (which cures a security bug). Also, learn about the USB Type-C port in the new MacBook and why you'll need to stock up on a few adapters to use the laptop.

And as we get more details about the Apple Watch, Motorola offers its Moto 360 in a gold finish -- at a price that won't have you going bankrupt:

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