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Supposed Lightning EarPods for iPhone 7 shown in new leak

Apple is widely expected to get rid of the headphone jack in the iPhone 7. So how will you listen to music? If this leak is to be believed, you'll listen through EarPods that have a Lightning connector instead of the usual 3.5mm.
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China forces app stores to monitor users for 60 days

As the notoriously controlling Chinese government continues to tighten its grip around the digital goings-on around the nation, it's now released a new set of regulations that could affect more than half a billion Chinese smartphone users.
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China smartphone makers snap up patents in fight for market dominance

Stepping into the ring to fight over China and its prime smartphone market are the country's own smartphone makers, as they begin to acquire patents by way of licensing deals, acquisitions, and a whole lot of money.
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Bye-bye, home button: Apple's iPhone 7 may revamp the iconic button

Forget about the iPhone 6S -- that's already old news. Rumors have already started to spread about Apple's latest offering, the iPhone 7, a device we almost certainly won't see until the end of 2016.
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The 14 most outrageously expensive apps on iPhone

Think $10 is expensive for an iPhone app? Try $1,000. Here, we've rounded up some of the most expensive apps currently available in the App Store, just in case you're in need of a little perspective.
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Best app deals of the day! 6 paid iPhone apps for free for a limited time

Everyone likes free apps, but sometimes the best ones are a bit expensive. Now and then, developers put paid apps on sale for a limited time, but you have to snatch them up fast. Here are the latest and greatest apps on sale in the iOS App…
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The South Korean government will investigate 'some matters' involving Apple

South Korea's Fair Trade Commission launched an investigation into Apple, though the agency's chairman declined to reveal any specifics. Rumors, however, suggest that the country is not happy with Apple's business practices.
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Evernote restricts free accounts to two devices, increases the price of paid tiers

Evernote is about to get a bit more restrictive for free users. The service is limiting to two the number of devices on non-paying accounts, and it's hiking the price of its Plus and Premium tiers.
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Pillo is a ‘home health robot’ that seems too good to be true

Pillo is probably the coolest pill dispenser you've ever seen. A campaign has been started for the 'home health robot,' however it seems a little too good to be true. If it does deliver, Pillo could totally change how you handle your…
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Now you can tap to pay in Singapore with Android Pay

Android Pay is Google's mobile payment system, which turns your phone into a wallet and negates the need to pull out your credit card in stores. It's now live in the U.S. and the U.K., so here's everything you need to know about it.
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Amazon’s new Page Flip feature for Kindle ensures you’ll never lose your page again

Amazon is introducing a digital take on flipping pages: Page Flip. The new feature, which is rolling out to the company's Kindle devices and apps, makes it easier to keep your place.
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Apple patent could force you to put down your iPhone at 'sensitive events'

In what might be described as an attempt to have people live more, shall we say, in the moment, Apple has been granted a patent that could disable photography and video recording during concerts or other "sensitive events."