Apple is working on infrared-based technology that would shut down iPhone video recording while at live music or movie events. A patent shows that both Apple and Google are working on similar technology designed to reduce piracy.
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.
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."
Straight Path Group filed a lawsuit against Apple, alleging its patents were infringed by the Cupertino company's FaceTime. Straight Path Group does seek damages, though it did not specify how much it wants.
Researchers at MIT and the University of Georgia have developed a program that uses your smartphone's front-facing camera to track eye movement. By the end of the year, the team hopes to have it ready for commercial purposes.
SanDisk has just rolled out another solution for iPhone 6/6S owners looking for a way to get more storage for their device. The iXpand Memory Case offers up to 128GB of extra space, and also features a handy optional extra.
The Indian government has announced it's relaxing its local sourcing rules that companies needed to follow if they wanted an official retail presence in the country. The rule changes could pave the way for Apple Stores.
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