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Top 10 Tech This Week

Top 10 Tech This Week | Tech | Scoop.it
It was an exciting week. If you missed the biggest techno-stories of the week, never fear -- we're here with our weekly Top 10 tech roundup.
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This Week's Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible | Gadget Lab | Wired.com

This Week's Apple Rumors, Ranked From Dumbest to Most Plausible | Gadget Lab | Wired.com | Tech | Scoop.it
Each week, there are dozens of Apple rumors, reports, and patent filings that hint at what's coming out of Cupertino next. Some are legit, but most are totally bogus.
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Sony reportedly to unveil new camera lens for smartphones

Sony reportedly to unveil new camera lens for smartphones | Tech | Scoop.it
The electronics giant is cooking up a smartphone lens attachment with its own sensor, battery, and memory, claims blog site SonyAlpha. Read this article by Lance Whitney on CNET News.
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Google to take on PS4, XBox & Wii? or Apple's rumoured console - as plans its own Android games machine

Google to take on PS4, XBox & Wii? or Apple's rumoured console - as plans its own Android games machine | Tech | Scoop.it
A Google video game console could be the biggest threat to Microsoft, Sony, and Nintendo.

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Gary Hayes's curator insight, June 30, 2013 10:41 PM

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Furthermore, this video game console from Google won't be the first Android based console to hit the market. There are many others such as the Ouya, which is looking to be a pretty decent device at the super cheap price of $99. If Google does go ahead with plans to release an Android-based console, it would directly compete with these smaller start-ups and could potentially put them out of business.

So, where does the big three in the hardcore video game market fit in all this? Well, if Google is indeed working on a console, we doubt version 1.0 would attempt to compete at the high-end. Google would first want to cement itself with the casual market and Indie developers before it sets its eyes on the grand prize."

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Google Play Books Provides Thousands of Free Books for Teachers

Google Play Books Provides Thousands of Free Books for Teachers | Tech | Scoop.it

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Apple reportedly signs Samsung for next-gen iPhone chips | Apple ...

Apple reportedly signs Samsung for next-gen iPhone chips | Apple ... | Tech | Scoop.it
South Korean electronics giant will supply Apple with A9 chips that will be used in a future iPhone, the Korea Economic Daily reports. Read this article by Steven Musil on CNET News.
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Apple hires fresh talent for ‘iWatch’ - FT.com

Apple hires fresh talent for ‘iWatch’ - FT.com | Tech | Scoop.it
Apple has embarked on a hiring spree to tackle design problems with its “iWatch” wrist computer, bringing in fresh expertise amid concern that the launch of its first new product since the death of Steve Jobs could be at least a year away.
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iPhone 5S: New leaked photos, purported full specs point to biggest 'S' upgrade ever

iPhone 5S: New leaked photos, purported full specs point to biggest 'S' upgrade ever | Tech | Scoop.it

As Apple’s next-generation iPhone 5S enters mass production, we’re seeing all of the puzzle pieces fall into place. Photos are leaking, new details are trickling out, and rumors of production issues and possible delays are spreading like wildfire, just like they do every year. Now, a new report from Weibo user and claimed insider C Technology may reveal full specs for the iPhone 5S alongside new images of the device’s case assembly seemingly taken inside Foxconn’s factory.


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Techno Geek silhoutte's curator insight, July 19, 2013 1:04 AM

Where specs are concerned, the upcoming new flagship iPhone will be the biggest hardware upgrade ever for an “S” device if the report’s claims pan out. Highlights include a 4-inch IGZO display with the same Retina resolution as the iPhone 5, an A6 processor clocked a bit faster than the current model, quad-core SGX 554MP4 graphics, 2GB of RAM and an upgraded LTE radio.

Where new hardware is concerned, the report claims Apple’s iPhone 5S will include an upgraded 12-megapixel camera, a dual-LED flash, NFC and a fingerprint scanner. Skeptics dismissed early rumors suggesting a fingerprint scanner would be included in the new iPhone, however numerous subsequent reports including one from Reuters suggest Apple will finally make use of its AuthenTec acquisition in the iPhone 5S.

The new hardware upgrades in Apple’s iPhone 5S are unconfirmed for the time being, of course, but an earlier exclusive report from BGR revealing a complete internal overhaul suggested Apple was indeed making room for new components in its next-generation flagship iPhone.

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Google and Microsoft miss forecasts

Google and Microsoft miss forecasts | Tech | Scoop.it
Two of the world's biggest technology companies, Google and Microsoft, have badly missed earnings expectations for the second quarter.
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