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iPhone 6 leaks, survey show we may not get all we want

iPhone 6 leaks, survey show we may not get all we want

Expected to be announced soon, the iPhone 6 is being rumored as a bigger, badder version of the iPhone we’ve all come to know. A recent survey aimed to ask users what they wanted from the new device, and the results were generally in line with what the rumors are. There are, however, some things we want that may not arrive with the iPhone 6.

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LG G3 may miss out on Snapdragon 805

LG G3 may miss out on Snapdragon 805

The new flagship LG G3 will seemingly arrive too soon to take advantage of Qualcomm's latest chipset, with the Snapdragon 805 not looking ready for the new Android phone's debut on May 27th. LG is expected to launch the G3 at the end of this month at an event in London, but despite ongoing rumors that it would be the first phone to use the Snapdragon 805, the latest batch of leaks indicate that won't be the case.

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Google bringing WiFi to enterprise via subsidies, report claims

Google bringing WiFi to enterprise via subsidies, report claims

Google’s enterprise ambitions are clearing up daily, with the latest news highlighting their connectivity ambitions. According to sources who (of course) don’t wish to be named, Google is set to offer WiFi subsidies on both hardware and software to small and medium sized businesses. Those mom and pop stores are about to have a web presence and WiFi hotspot if Google has anything to say about it.

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Jurassic World plot details leak

Jurassic World plot details leak

A new Jurassic World leak has surfaced, this one with sources dropping details about the movie's plot -- or, perhaps better stated, the nature of the movie's plot. Nothing huge is given away, but those purists among us who like to watch their movies with as fresh of eyes as possible, be warned: spoilers ahead.

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Google “right to be forgotten” tool reportedly in works

Google “right to be forgotten” tool reportedly in works

Google is reportedly cooking up an automated tool that will allow users to submit "right to be forgotten" requests, expecting a flood of demands to be pared from the search engine's index after a recent EU ruling. The decision by the European Union last week that users had a right to have links to inaccurate information cut from search listings was met with scorn from Google chairman Eric Schmidt, but that hasn't stopped the company's coders from apparently swinging into action to semi-automate the process.

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Purported iPad Pro case leaks, shows 12.9-inch behemoth

Purported iPad Pro case leaks, shows 12.9-inch behemoth

Ready for a 12.9-inch iPad? Some alleged parts for an “iPad Pro” have leaked out of China, showing what look to be an early mold of the device. Metal in appearance, it definitely has styling cues found with current iPads as well. An Apple logo is also present, as is a troubling feature we’d hoped wouldn’t make it to a massive tablet.

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Prime may just have got its Bluetooth blessing

Samsung’s Galaxy S5 Prime may just have got its Bluetooth blessing

The Samsung Galaxy S5 Prime, believed to be a higher-resolution version of Samsung's existing flagship smartphone, could have just crossed through Bluetooth certification, supporting rumors of an imminent release. The Prime title of the Galaxy S5 variant isn't given, only its SM-G906L model code, though the root SM-G906 code itself has previously been connected with the S5 Prime.

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