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Investors Yawn As New IPads Fail To Impress By Clip Syndicate After Apple’s underwhelming new iPad introductions today, sales of the devices are unlikely to rebound much from their recent slump. But that may be just fine for Apple and its shareholders, as many customers are shifting their attention – and dollars -- to higher-priced phones and computers. Apple introduced two new iPads and a new iMac at the event held at its Cupertino headquarters. A slimmer iPad Air 2 upgrades last year’s iPad Air with better cameras, faster processors and .... ...Read More »
Apple's IPad Event Was The Epitome Of All Dad Jokes By Clip Syndicate There are dad jokes, and then there are Apple jokes. Apple's iDad iPad event was full of updates and exciting news about the device's new and improved design. It was also a great opportunity for the company's senior VP of software engineering Craig Federighi to test out his comedy routine. With so many puns and cheesy lines about Klingon keyboards and security leaks, nobody makes a dad joke like Apple.

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Apple Announces Too Many IPads By Clip Syndicate If you’re in the market to buy a new iPad, your choices just became dizzying. As expected, Apple announced new iPads this morning at its news conference in Cupertino, but it didn’t retire some of its older products to make way for the additions. ...Read More »
Apple's New IPads Emerge Amid Tablet Sales Slump By Clip Syndicate Apple is expected to release its next generation of thinner, faster iPads later today, but analysts and investors aren’t very excited about the new models. That’s because the tablets don’t have any earth-shattering new features that would cause enough owners of prior models to upgrade. And after the rapid growth of the early year, there are many fewer households that don’t own a tablet but still plan to purchase one. Apple is holding a press event at 1 p.m. Eastern Time to unveil its new products.

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Here’s How To Watch Apple’s 2014 IPad Announcement Live By Clip Syndicate Apple is expected to host a live stream today when it is expected to announce the latest version of the iPad, among other new products. Alternatively, AppleTV users can click into the special “Apple Events” channel that popped up on screen right after midnight this morning. Earlier this week, images of a new iPad was leaked fueling speculation of a new version of the tablet.

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Facebook’s New “Safety Check” Feature Lets You Tell Friends And Family You’re Okay After A Major Disaster By Clip Syndicate With over 1.3 billion users connected to its network on a monthly basis, Facebook is able to leverage its massive scale for good. It’s put those capabilities to use in the past to encourage users to vote or register to be an organ donor, but today the company announced something applicable to an even broader audience: Safety Check, a new feature that lets you tell your family and friends that you’re safe in the wake of a natural disaster or other crisis. ...Read More »
Apple Store Goes Down In Advance Of IPad Event By Clip Syndicate Apple's online store is now offline. The company took down its online retail store at around 5:30 a.m. PT on Thursday as it gets set for a launch event in which it's likely to unveil new iPads, updated Macs, and perhaps a few surprises. Apple is also expected to officially unveil its next operating system -- OS X Yosemite. The event itself kicks off at 10 a.m. PT. New iPads will likely be the star of the show. However, many users already got an advanced and accidental peek at Apple's new tablets. On Wednesday, the company inadvertantly posted screenshots of its upcoming iPad Air 2 and iPad Mini 3 in an official user guide to Apple's iOS 8 operating system for iBooks in the iTunes Store.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Camera Shootout Versus IPhone 6 Plus, LG G3 By Clip Syndicate The battle of the phablet phones begins with a test of their built-in cameras that come equipped with optical image stabilization. Which phone takes the best shot? Samsung's latest Galaxy Note 4 sports a new design, but it sticks with a well-tested formula that has defined the phablet range of smartphones since its debut three years ago. Packing a Quad HD Super AMOLED display -- that's a super-sharp resolution of 2,560x1,440 pixels -- and the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, the Note 4 is the most advanced smartphone from Samsung yet. Like the Samsung Galaxy S5, the Note 4 shares some of the same features -- and more importantly for this article, a 16-megapixel rear-shooter that comes with optical image stabilization. Like the S5, it features magic focus -- the ability to choose a focal point as well as handy feature that lets you take a selfie with the rear camera.

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Lenovo Will Launch Its Own Xiaomi Clone To Boost Its Smartphone Brand In China By Clip Syndicate Lenovo may be closing the gap on Apple and Samsung when it comes to global smartphone sales, but its position on home turf in China is under pressure from upstart Xiaomi. Predicted to sell at least 60 million smartphones in Asia this year, Xiaomi unexpectedly stole the top spot for smartphone sales in China during the last quarter of business to underline its arrival as a major player. Now Lenovo is taking a leaf out of its young rival’s book in a bid to keep up with the times. ...Read More »
Journalist Recants Comments Linking Schumacher Injuries To GoPro Camera By Clip Syndicate French journalist Jean-Louis Moncet recanted his comments suggesting that Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher's injuries in a skiing accident last year may have been caused by a wearable camera made by GoPro. A source inside GoPro told Reuters, "His public tweets clearly show that he kind of took his time to correct the record which was harmful and the company is considering several options including the possibility of civil action against the reporter in France."

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