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Low-cost iPhone won’t be cheap, says Pegatron boss

Low-cost iPhone won’t be cheap, says Pegatron boss

There's been a lot of chinwag recently about a low-cost, budget iPhone that would sell for under $100. However, these various reports may be slightly exaggerated. According to Pegatron Chairman T.H. Tung, the "budget" iPhone that we've been hearing all about won't actually be cheap by any means, and we shouldn't expect to pay just $100 for it.

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Facebook Google Reader replacement tipped in API code

Facebook Google Reader replacement tipped in API code

With the announcement that Google would be shutting down its Google Reader service on July 1, many users have gotten bent out of shape because of the news. However, numerous developers have been hard at work on creating replacements, while other devs are busy improving their already-existing solutions. However, it seems that Facebook may joining in on the fun as well.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III prototype appears in leaked photos

Samsung Galaxy Note III prototype appears in leaked photos

We've heard a lot of chatter about Samsung's third-generation Galaxy Note, most notably that it'll come with an ever larger screen this time around. However, we've never actually seen any purported photos of the device, but that has changed. A few leaked images have appeared that show off what is said to be a prototype of the Galaxy Note III.

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MacBook Pro Retina reboot tipped with slimmer design and 1080p camera

MacBook Pro Retina reboot tipped with slimmer design and 1080p camera

It's probably a good bet that we'll see MacBook refreshes at WWDC this year, including an update to Intel Haswell chips in all of the machines. However, it's rumored that we'll also see a slimmer MacBook Pro Retina model, as well as a better FaceTime camera, possibly boosting it up to full 1080p.

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Mac Pro refresh to be “something really different”

Mac Pro refresh to be “something really different”

We've already been hearing a bit of chatter about a possible Mac Pro refresh coming to WWDC next week. Inventory has been dwindling at various retail locations, and that usually means new models are incoming. Furthermore, it's said that an Apple project manager responsible for the Mac Pro mentioned that an updated model is coming later this year, and it'll supposedly blow your mind.

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MacBook refresh incoming at WWDC as new SKUs leak

MacBook refresh incoming at WWDC as new SKUs leak

At last year's opening keynote during WWDC 2012, Apple introduced a refreshed line of Macs, so it would make sense for the company to do the same this year, and it seems that's exactly what's going to happen. According to a set of leaked SKUs, Apple has plans to refresh at least one of its MacBook lines with new models.

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Mac Pro refresh possible as inventory dwindles before WWDC

Mac Pro refresh possible as inventory dwindles before WWDC

Apple might be neglecting its Mac Pro line, but that could change come next month when WWDC rolls into town. It turns out that retail supply of Mac Pro units is dwindling, and many places are either out of stock or have very limited units in. As history would suggest, this usually means that an updated model is incoming, and WWDC could be the place that we'll see it first.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III camera tipped with anti-shake and image stabilization

Samsung Galaxy Note III camera tipped with anti-shake and image stabilization

We've been hearing a lot of rumblings about the Galaxy Note III lately, and it seems we may hear an official announcement next month during a Samsung event, where they're expected to reveal new Galaxy and ATIV devices. In the meantime, rumors are flying in, and it's said that the phone's camera will come with some pretty impressive features.

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PS4 Frankenteaser appears before Xbox 720 event

PS4 Frankenteaser appears before Xbox 720 event

We're just a few hours away from Microsoft revealing its next-generation gaming console, but Sony is trying to take a bit of the attention away from that. Yesterday, the company teased its PS4 console in a video that showed the box itself from various close-up angles, and it has created some chatter amongst the PlayStation crowd who are dying to know what the console looks like. However, one concept artist has come up with a design of the PS4 based on the images from yesterday's teaser video.

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Yahoo to hold product-related event on Monday, CEO Mayer to speak

Yahoo to hold product-related event on Monday, CEO Mayer to speak

Shortly after we heard rumors about a possible Tumblr buyout from Yahoo this morning, the company has announced that they will be holding a press event on Monday where they are said to be announcing "something special" It doesn't look to be anything minor either, as company CEO Marissa Mayer is expected to make an appearance and speak.

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iPhone 5S internal overhaul tipped to make room for new features

iPhone 5S internal overhaul tipped to make room for new features

Rumors of the next-generation iPhone aren't slowing down, especially when we're expecting the new device at some point this year. Close-up photos of a few parts that are said to be going in the iPhone 5S have been leaked, and they suggest a major internal overhaul is underway that's set to make room for more parts and features.

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Samsung Galaxy Note III hopes dashed: Plastic body and no flexible display tipped

Samsung Galaxy Note III hopes dashed: Plastic body and no flexible display tipped

It seems that Samsung will be sticking with their usual ways with the third iteration of the Galaxy Note. While it's been rumored that the phablet-style smartphone would sport a new aluminum design, as well as a flexible AMOLED display, it's been recently tipped that the Korean company will stick with its plastic design used for the Galaxy S 4, and will keep a solid glass (or plastic) front for the screen.

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