Apple prepares AirPod owners for the future by delaying shipping for weeks

With Apple steadily inching towards a future where wires are superfluous, the company in early September announced a new pair of wireless headphones called AirPods.

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Teens 'tepid' on Apple Watch as iPhone and iPad steal Android marketshare

According to a recent survey conducted by Piper Jaffray, U.S. teens show steadily increasing demand for iPhone and iPad, but are ho-hum on the prospect of Apple’s upcoming Apple Watch.



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Does the iPhone 6 actually have console-quality graphics?

PS4 vs. iPad (iPhone 6) graphics
Over the last few years, there has been a steadily growing refrain that smartphones have processing power and graphics capabilities that are approaching that of game consoles. This bold assertion began in 2012 with Nvidia saying its mobile GPUs would soon overtake the Xbox 360 — and by 2013 the PS Vita had indeed caught up with the PS3. Now, however, the head of EA’s mobile division has made a very interesting statement indeed: He says that the iPhone 6 is ‘on par’ with the Xbox One and PS4.

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DoD Ramps Up Security as It Drifts Toward Cloud


DoD is committed to pursuing cloud-based services and steadily has been improving its capabilities to utilize the technology. The latest evidence of its embracing the cloud is approval of a protocol that will facilitate the use of the technology at higher security levels. The department’s Defense Information Systems Agency has granted provisional authorization for the use of cloud services to levels 3 to 5 of its Cloud Security Model. DISA’s authorization, revealed last month by Amazon Web Services, applies to the AWS GovCloud offering.

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