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Apple stock reaches all-time closing high

Apple stock reaches all-time closing high

Earlier today Apple was granted a patent which fairly obviously suggested they would be creating a smartwatch in the near future. This patent number 8,808,483 does include "iPhone" in its description, but its claims do not assign it to a specific device, leaving it open to any similar device within reason - small enough for a smartwatch. Wallstreet thinks it’s obvious enough, anyway, driving the stock to over $100 for the first time since the stock split in early June of this year.

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Google releases Photo Sphere Camera app for iOS

Google releases Photo Sphere Camera app for iOS

Google has released a new iOS app that is sure to leave mobile photographers happy. One of the things Android had over iOS was photo spheres, a process in which you could capture a 360-degree view of your surroundings. Google’s “new” Photo Sphere Camera” app for iPhone solves that straight from the source, though.

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iPhone 6 might have a better (but older) LTE modem

iPhone 6 might have a better (but older) LTE modem

One of the features we all want (or need) on a modern smartphone is LTE. Faster LTE is sometimes considered better, but the chipset top-end handles theoretical speeds we typically don’t meet. A new report about an iPhone 6 component suggests Apple is being a bit more realistic about data transfer speeds, and wants to improve on that.

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Flappy Bird 2: sequel release goes vertical

Flappy Bird 2: sequel release goes vertical

The creator of Flappy Bird has revealed his first major release since shutting his hit game down. With "Swing Copters," we get a Flappy Bird successor - a game that basically has the same innards as Flappy Bird, but made vertical instead of horizontal. And you’ll have to avoid swings instead of simple tubes.

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iPhone 6 may come with another new cord

iPhone 6 may come with another new cord

When the iPhone 5 was first introduced, Apple also showed off the Lightning cord (and port) for the first time. This was a new cord for the Apple smartphone and tablet universe, and it was another new cord that users had to purchase if they wanted more than the one cord that came in the box to charge their device and transfer wired data. It may be time to do that once again.

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iPhone 6 photo “leak” aims to fool even you

iPhone 6 photo “leak” aims to fool even you

The iPhone 6 device, the box, even the cord (mostly) looks like it could have been made by Apple. Until you look closely. This is a Shenzhen iPhone 6 knockoff, one made by a group that makes cash off of two groups: those that are fooled themselves, and those that know what they’re buying and aim to fool you.

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Your phone’s gyroscope can listen to you with a hack

Your phone’s gyroscope can listen to you with a hack

Hacking your phone’s gyroscope is not a simple task. It’s not going to happen overnight, and unless there’s some method we’re not yet aware of, it’s not going to happen without your permission - yet. Several researchers have discovered a way to make a gyroscope listen in on your voice, on the other hand, and it may be possible to turn a normally harmless piece of equipment into a spy machine soon.

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