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Rear Camera of 5.5-Inch iPhone 6 With Optical Stabilization and Other Parts Shown in New Photos

Sep 5 2014 10:54am CDT | Source: Mac Rumors

A number of parts from Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 models have leaked in recent months, but a new photo set from Feld & Volk [Instagram page] offers some fresh details on the new devices. At the top of the list is the rear camera from the 5.5-inch iPhone 6. As shown in comparison photos, the module is thinner and otherwise larger than the one from the iPhone 5s, but with Apple shaving down the iPhone's t ...
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Apple Employs Nokia Lumia Photography Chief Ari Partinen

Source: Apple Balla | May 10 2014, 11:43pm CDT | by Ehsanul Haque Kanan

Apple Employs Nokia Lumia Photography Chief Ari Partinen
Ari Partinen is going to join Apple in the next month
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New 27-Inch 5K Display From Dell Rekindles Thoughts of Retina iMacs

Sep 5 2014 10:04am CDT | Source: Mac Rumors

Dell yesterday unveiled its new $2500 27-inch 5K monitor (UP2715K) that boasts an impressive 5120 x 2880 resolution at 218 pixels per inch. This ultra-high resolution places the monitor on par with Apple's Retina MacBook Pro, which has a pixel density of 220 pixels per inch, and would be the equivalent of a Retina 27-inch iMac or Apple Thunderbolt Display. Dell does not detail the technology powering the monitor, but AnandTech believes the company is using Multi-Stream Transport (MST) t ...
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World's first lab grown stem cells implanted
Tokyo, Sep 13 (IANS) Japanese researchers have successfully implanted lab-grown retinal tissue from induced pluripotent stem cells (iPS) into a woman in her 70s - the world's first recipient of stem cells. | by IANS
 
Evolutionary approach can save earth: Scientists
Washington, Sep 13 (IANS) Evolutionary thinking is not just about the past anymore. It is about the present and the future and addressing societal challenges such as food security, emerging diseases and bio-diversity loss in a sustainable way, says a significant study. | by IANS
 
New method can detect epilepsy symptoms early in kids
London, Sep 13 (IANS) Using an electroencephalography (EEG) analytical method, a team of doctors and scientists in Taiwan has successfully developed a tool to detect certain EEG features often present in children with epilepsy. | by IANS
 
 

Microsoft mocks Siri again in new commercial for Cortana & HTC One M8 (Video)

Sep 2 2014 7:27am CDT | Source: 9to5Mac

Microsoft, like Samsung, has been no stranger to directly going after Apple products in its latest TV commercials and online ads. Today, Microsoft has released yet another Siri-bashing ad comparing it to Windows own Cortana voice assistant feature on the HTC One M8. Earlier this summer during its developer conference, Microsoft released its first ad going after Siri and comparing its functionality to the new Cortana personal a ...
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Samsung Galaxy S5 Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Mockingly Challenges iPhone 5s [Video]

Aug 22 2014 9:18am CDT | Source: iClarified

Samsung has posted a video of its Galaxy S5 smartphone taking the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge and mockingly nominating the iPhone 5s to take the challenge next."I am the Samsung Galaxy S5. This is my ice bucket challenge. Gosh, that's freezing. I nominate the iPhone 5s, the HTC One (M8), and Nokia Lumia 930."Take a look at the video below. You may also want to watch Tim Cook and Dr. Dre taking the ice bucket challenge.Share Article:Facebo ...
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A Samsung Galaxy S 5 takes the ALS ice bucket challenge, mocks the iPhone 5s

Aug 22 2014 9:15am CDT | Source: App Advice

By now, youve probably heard about the ice bucket challenge, a viral campaign to raise money and awareness for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), also known asLou Gehrigs Disease. In recent weeks, many in the technology community have taken the challenge, including Apples Tim Cook and Phil Schiller, and Facebooks Mark Zuckerberg.Those who take the plungeget to challenge three other people to do the same within the next 24 hours. If they ...
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Samsung mocks iPhone’s lack of waterproofing w/ Galaxy S5 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge video

Aug 22 2014 8:31am CDT | Source: 9to5Mac

With just about everyone in the tech industry getting in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge to raise awareness for ALS (including Apple’s own Tim Cook and Dr, Dre), Samsung decided it would also be an appropriate time to mock the iPhone and others in the process. The latest video posted to Samsung’s Mobile UK YouTube channel shows its flagship Galaxy S5 smartphone taking the Ice Bucket Challenge and nominating the iPhone 5s, HT ...
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Microsoft sues Samsung over Android royalty payments

Aug 1 2014 6:55pm CDT | Source: Mac Daily News

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