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Don’t expect the Apple Car until 2021 warns insider

Don’t expect the Apple Car until 2021 warns insider

Apple has softened its ambitious Apple Car launch date target, it's reported, adding another year to the much-rumored project which is now said to be pencilled in for 2021. Widely known as "Project Titan", the Cupertino firm's goal of adding an electric car to the fleet was believed to be aiming for a 2020 debut, though nobody at Apple will go on the record confirming there's even a vehicle on the drawing board.

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Apple ‘AirPods’ wireless headphones get trademark filing

Apple ‘AirPods’ wireless headphones get trademark filing

While new leaks and rumors about the upcoming iPhone 7 are abundant these days, there's also been growing speculation that this year's smartphone from Apple will also introduce a pair of wireless in-ear headphones called "AirPods." The expectation is that the new headphones will come along side the iPhone 7's removal of a standard headphone jack, making the wireless feature a big selling point.

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This iPhone 7 leak will only enrage camera-bump haters

This iPhone 7 leak will only enrage camera-bump haters

As we get closer to the expected reveal of the iPhone 7, the leaks showing us what could be on the way seem to be getting more and more frequent. Like one of the more recent leaks, this newest one is again showing off the backside of a supposed iPhone 7, so it's not giving us anything we haven't seen before. Rather, it's reinforcing the notion that the iPhone 7 could look a lot like its predecessors, camera-bump and all.

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Tesla Autopilot 2.0 tipped to arrive ‘soon’ as 8.0 update details surface

Tesla Autopilot 2.0 tipped to arrive ‘soon’ as 8.0 update details surface

Tesla's Autopilot 2.0 will be launching some time this year, according to a source that has cropped up, and it may work with a pair of cameras to enable the vehicle to stop at traffic lights and stop signs. The auto maker is said to have test vehicles currently running a “very beta” version of the software, which is itself said to be an early version of the Tesla 8.0 update. That update itself has also been leaked by sources, some details of which include upcoming autopilot features.

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iPhone 7 shows off its backside in leaked image

iPhone 7 shows off its backside in leaked image

We may be one step closer to figuring out what the iPhone 7 will look like, as a new leaked image apparently shows off the rear housing of what will be Apple's latest and (presumably) greatest. While there have been many leaks surrounding the iPhone 7, this image shows us what might be a fully assembled device. The only problem is that whoever snapped the picture didn't flip the phone around to give us a look at the front.

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Report: Verizon to increase monthly plan costs and data caps

Report: Verizon to increase monthly plan costs and data caps

Verizon will be increasing the costs of its monthly smartphone plans, as well as how much data they offer, in the near future according to a new report. The changes are tipped to affect the carrier’s “S” through “XXL” plans, boosting prices by $5 or $10 per month while increasing data allotments between 1GB and 6GB, depending on which plan you have. While the carrier didn't confirm the planned price increases, it did tease that it has something to announce later this week.

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Rejoice! iPhone 7 tipped to have at least 32GB of storage

Rejoice! iPhone 7 tipped to have at least 32GB of storage

Apple is set to double the storage of its entry-level iPhone, with the iPhone 7 expected to kick off at 32GB rather than the much-criticized 16GB of the current model. The increase will address increasingly vocal complaints that 16GB is simply too small in an age of 4K video recording: after all, you can only fit around half an hour of 4K resolution footage on a 16GB iPhone 6s before the device is full, and that's assuming you don't download any other apps, games, or media.

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Evidence of upcoming Microsoft Surface revealed, all-in-one also rumored

Evidence of upcoming Microsoft Surface revealed, all-in-one also rumored

Just a week after Microsoft confirmed Surface 3 production would end later this year, potentially leaving 2016 with no new Surface hardware announcements, evidence has popped up to prove otherwise. On a visit to Microsoft's building 88 in Redmond, developer Shubhan Chemburkar was able to take photos of a wall that highlighted the history of Surface hardware releases. Surprisingly, there were placeholders for both 2016 and 2017 products.

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BlackBerry’s next 3 Android phones planned for release by early 2017

BlackBerry’s next 3 Android phones planned for release by early 2017

The BlackBerry OS is clearly dead and buried, and now BlackBerry the company is doing all it can to avoid a similar fate. The smartphone maker is now pinning its last hopes on Android, with three new devices rumored to be in development, despite the BlackBerry Priv, their first phone to run Google's OS, being a major flop upon its release earlier this year.

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Apple wants to buy Jay-Z’s Tidal insiders claim

Apple wants to buy Jay-Z’s Tidal insiders claim

Apple is reportedly in talks with Tidal about a possible acquisition, with the musician-friendly streaming music service a target for its deals with high profile artists. Owned by rapper, producer, and general mogul Jay-Z, Tidal has had a string of exclusive song and album launches in the past months, including Beyonce's latest, Lemonade.

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BMW tipped in deal with Intel and Mobileye for autonomous car tech

BMW tipped in deal with Intel and Mobileye for autonomous car tech

BMW has teamed up with Intel and Mobileye, according to sources, as part of an autonomous vehicles project. The companies will help the auto maker develop technologies for self-driving cars, at least according to the sources; some type of announcement for the initiative will reportedly be made tomorrow, with executives from each company talking about the project.

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BlackBerry Mercury (Rome) renderings show slick physical keyboard

BlackBerry Mercury (Rome) renderings show slick physical keyboard

Things aren't going all that well over at BlackBerry in recent years. The company is struggling to design a relevant device that consumers actually want to own. In recent days, BlackBerry CEO John Chen has been hinting that the company is working on some new mid-range phones. One of those phones has now turned up in some renderings and it looks pretty good.

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