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New iPhones Next Year May Support Gigabit LTE

iPhones

An analyst at KGI Securities believes that next year’s line of iPhones may support gigabit LTE, giving the devices incredibly fast Internet upload and download speeds. AppleInsider reported that KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi-Kuo made the statement in a note sent to investors early this week. Kuo’s statement comes just …

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Cheddar News Can Now Be Watched in Europe

Cheddar

Financial news outlet Cheddar can now be watched in Europe. The media company entered into a partnership with the French startup Molotov so that the latter’s subscribers can watch Cheddar on their devices. Erstwhile Buzzfeed president Jon Steinberg launched Cheddar early last year with $3 million in funding. It reports …

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Twitter Acts Against Harassment by Revoking Verification of Erring Users

Twitter Acts

Are you a verified Twitter account holder? Be careful that you don’t violate the social network’s policies or you’ll lose your verification badge. What’s the verification badge we’re talking about? It’s that check mark after your display name. Announcement Twitter Support announced in a series of tweets that it would …

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Standing Desk On Amazon Is Being Sold At 30%

Standing Desk

Tired of sitting all day at work, poring over voluminous documents or doing whatever task lies before you? There is now a way for you to work while standing. Amazon is offering an Avantree standing portable desk at 30 percent off its original price. The desk comes in just one …

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Twitter Now Allows Users To Have A Longer Display Name

Twitter

What is it about length that’s taking Twitter’s attention lately and has put brevity aside? The microblogging platform has announced in a tweet on Thursday that a user can now make his or her display name longer. “Starting today (referring to Thursday), your Twitter display name can be up to …

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Apple Eyes Better Imaging Capabilities on iPhone

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Apple is out to improve the imaging capabilities of its gadgets. The company has acquired InVisage Technologies, a startup based in Menlo Park, California that developed QuantumFilm technology. The technology uses less memory space in smartphones than traditional camera sensors but with better performance. TechCrunch learned about the acquisition, but …

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