iPhone 7 will solve two of the three biggest problems with iPhones

We’re now just two short days away from seeing Apple unveil its next-generation flagship smartphones, the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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Nvidia GTX 970, 980, and 980 Ti prices crater in wake of Pascal’s launch

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Nvidia’s older Maxwell cards are seeing huge price cuts — but is that enough to make them a good buy with the 1070 and 1080 already on the market?

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Google patented a crazy device it wants to inject into your eyeball

We may be accustomed to seeing high-tech companies file patents for out-there concepts and technologies, but a new patent from Google takes the cake.

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Trump's huge Super Tuesday win leads to spike in searches for 'how to move to Canada'

After seeing Donald Trump’s success on Super Tuesday, the reality of the fact that he could become the nominee, and eventually the President of the United States, has begun to set in for many people.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2016/03/02/trumps-huge-super-tuesday-win-leads-to-spike-in-searches-for-how-to-move-to-canada.html

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iOS 9's Apple News expands publisher reach as readership climbs toward 40 million

Article Image Apple News is already seeing strong adoption, with more than twice as many readers as Apple Music has listeners — no doubt because News is effortless to use, with no subscription plan or signup required. Apple is now expanding News app’s publisher base by publicly documenting its underlying “Apple News Format” specification.

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IBM goes Apple: Helpdesk calls way down compared to Windows

IBM, at one time a Windows PC heavyweight, is now deploying Macs internally and is seeing a precipitous drop in helpdesk calls.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/10/19/ibm-goes-apple-helpdesk-calls-way-down-compared-to-windows.html

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How AMD’s E3 event, Eve Valkyrie sold me on VR

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After seeing Eve: Valkyrie’s demo at AMD’s E3 event, I’m sold on the idea of VR for gaming — provided game developers are willing to put the work in on the front end to make it happen.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/extreme/208489-how-amds-e3-event-eve-valkyrie-sold-me-on-vr

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Belgian city launches 'text walking lanes' for smartphone addicts

People’s apparent eagerness to stay connected at all times means we’re seeing more and more folk walking the streets lost in their phones.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2015/06/15/belgian-city-launches-text-walking-lanes-for-smartphone-addicts/

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UberEATS now delivering food to New Yorkers in 10 minutes

After seeing initial success in Los Angeles and Barcelona, Uber on Tuesday launched its UberEATS service in New York and Chicago, promising customers direct delivery of fresh food in ten minutes or less.



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Apple details content migration from Android to iOS in new support document

With Apple’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus seeing wide release later this week, the company on Tuesday published a reference guide aimed at helping Android device owners migrate content to the new handsets.



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The $120 Windows 8 tablet finally emerges at IFA 2014: Can Microsoft take on Android?

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IFA 2014 kicked off in Berlin this morning, and already we’re seeing an interesting trend emerge: Those cheap-and-cheerful small-screen Windows 8 tablets that Microsoft promised back in April are finally arriving. Both Toshiba and Acer have announced their offerings (priced at $120 and $150 respectively), and the usual OEM suspects (Dell, HP, etc.) should unveil their offerings over the next couple of days. These tablets will all be fairly low-spec devices with either a 7- or 8-inch screen, and most of them will be powered by an Intel Atom (Bay Trail) SoC. This means you can now get a full Windows 8.1 device for just $120 — a proposition so juicy that Microsoft hopes it can entice customers away from cheap Android tablets and into the Windows camp.

The original article can be found here: http://www.extremetech.com/computing/189139-the-120-windows-8-tablet-finally-emerges-at-ifa-2014-can-microsoft-take-on-android

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Startup crowdfunds $416,000 to take on NSA spying

An MIT spinoff based out of the Cambridge Innovation Center is seeing big demand for its ultra-encrypted email service designed to keep the NSA’s eyes out of your inbox.

The original article can be found here: http://www.foxnews.com/tech/2014/07/16/startup-crowdfunds-416000-to-take-on-nsa-spying/

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Oracle wins key reversal in Java copyright case against Google's Android

After seeing the majority of its Java infringement claims against Android essentially set aside in 2012, Oracle has now won an important reversal on appeal that will allow it to pursue its $1 billion case against Google and potentially an injunction against Android as infringing its Java intellectual property.



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