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Canon debuts Realis WUX6000 presentation projector, medical variant

10/16, 4:11pm

Canon announced a new projector today for professionals looking for a device with a variety of display options for presentations. The Realis WUX6000 Installation LCOS projector delivers native WUXGA 1920x1200 display resolution, brightness of 6,000 lumens and a contrast ratio of 2,000:1. For those in the medical field, Canon is also releasing a second version with an additional mode for viewing x-rays and CAT scans.

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Touch ID comes to iPad mini 3, alongside other modest upgrades

10/16, 2:20pm

In addition to the iPad Air 2, Apple has announced the iPad mini 3. The tablet has fewer improvements, mainly gaining Touch ID and a gold color option. It sports a smaller five-megapixel iSight camera, nevertheless capable of 1080p video recording. Wi-Fi is limited to 802.11n speeds, as opposed to the Air 2's 802.11ac. The tablet, in fact, continues to use an A7 processor, despite the A8 being in the iPhone 6/6 Plus and the A8X finding its way into the Air 2.

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Archos prepares to sell Gear VR-style $40 virtual reality glasses

10/16, 12:51pm

Archos has stepped into the virtual reality market with its own headset accessory. The Archos VR Glasses are similar to the Samsung Gear VR, the Zeiss VR, and Google Cardboard, in that it can accept a smartphone in the front of the headset to be used as the main display, with the device said to be compatible with Android, Windows Phone, and iOS devices with a screen size of up to six inches.

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Validity of Anonabox project examined over hardware sources

10/16, 11:15am

A Kickstarter campaign for a privacy-focused Wi-Fi router has drawn the ire of some Internet users, with the suggestion that all may not be as it seems. Reddit users are complaining about the Anonabox Tor router's claimed "open hardware," with components apparently being sourced from Chinese resellers rather than being designed specifically for the project.

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Apple to temporarily disable blood glucose tracking in Health app

10/16, 9:27am

Apple is planning to temporarily disable blood glucose tracking in iOS 8's Health app, the company says in a new support document. It explains that the app is currently set to track glucose levels using mg/dL, a value adopted in the US and some other countries. But some regions, such as the UK and Australia, depend on mmol/L; the discrepancy can cause problems, even though iOS' underlying HealthKit platform supports both measurements.

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Google Play Edition spotted on Android website

10/16, 8:06am

A version of the Samsung Galaxy S5 with a stock installation of Android could be on the way, according to reports. Following the launch of Android Lollipop, version 5.0 of the mobile operating system, Android.com has been updated with new images and information, with one image seemingly showing the Galaxy S5 amid other Google Play Edition and Nexus devices.

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Google Fiber launching in Austin in December following delays

10/16, 6:05am

Residents of Austin won't have much longer to wait before they can start using Google Fiber. The search company revealed in a recent planning meeting at the Texas capitol that it would start to launch its delayed fiber network in the region from December, though not all areas will gain access to the high-speed Internet connection at first.

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Will.i.am unveils Puls wearable, blurs line between smartphone, watch

10/15, 11:00pm

Singer and entrepreneur Will.i.am has launched the Puls wearable device at Dreamforce in San Francisco today, giving consumers a new wrist-worn device that blends the worlds of fashion and technology to make a modern, functional accessory. Repeatedly reminding the crowd that the I.am.plus Puls was not a watch, Will.i.am showed off a bevy of features the "smart cuff" carries, including the ability to make phone calls or browse the Internet.

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Verizon changing Edge program, shifts upgrades to every 18 months

10/15, 5:19pm

Verizon's Edge program that allows customers to finance a new device, spreading the cost over the course of 20 months, is receiving some changes soon. Under the terms of the Edge program, users will now have to pay a greater portion of a phone's cost before upgrading, while the payment period is extended. The new terms are said to start on October 16.

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HTC-produced Nexus 9 launches with Tegra K1 processor

10/15, 2:23pm

At the same time as launching the Nexus 6, Google revealed its new larger-sized tablet. The 8mm-thick Nexus 9, produced by HTC, is equipped with an 8.9-inch IPS LCD screen with a 4:3 aspect ratio, a resolution of 2048x1536, and Gorilla Glass 3 protection, housed in a casing with a soft-grip backing and a brushed-metal trim.

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Apple could stop selling Fitbit accessories at retail

10/15, 1:25pm

Apple may, in the near future, stop selling Fitbit products at its retail stores, sources claim. No explanation has been given, but it's speculated that the reason may be the Apple Watch, which is shipping early next year and will share similar functions, even if it's more expensive and not intended purely as a fitness device. So far, Apple doesn't appear to be taking action against any other fitness trackers, but Fitbit controls nearly 70 percent of that market.

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Google Nexus 6 launches with 5.96-inch Quad HD display

10/15, 1:16pm

After weeks of rumors, Google has finally launched the Nexus 6 smartphone, running Android Lollipop. At first glance, the Motorola-produced follow-up to the Nexus 5 bears a striking resemblance to the second-generation Moto X, complete with relatively few changes made to the external styling, but it boosts the screen to a phablet-sized 5.96-inch 1,440x2,560 display with a pixel density of 493ppi.

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Android L now called Lollipop, ships on new Nexus devices

10/15, 12:58pm

Alongside three hardware announcements, Google has formally named Android 5.0. Previously known as "L," the latest iteration of the search engine giant's mobile operating system is officially titled Lollipop. Previewed at Google I/O earlier this year, the newest revision focuses on its consistent design language that it calls "Material Design," and a new battery saver feature that extends the life of mobile devices in use by up to 90 minutes.

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HBO launching standalone streaming service in 2015

10/15, 12:15pm

HBO will be starting up a stand-alone streaming service in the United States, the CEO has confirmed. Starting from next year, the broadcaster will be offering subscriptions to stream its content to customers with broadband Internet connections, without it being bundled alongside other channels as part of a more expensive pay-TV package.

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TSMC pegged to deliver A8X processors for 12.9-inch iPad

10/15, 9:42am

Taiwanese supplier TSMC has secured orders to produce a processor for an "upcoming next-generation iPad expected to be released in early 2015," according to Digitimes sources. The chip is said to be "tentatively" codenamed the A8X, and be based on the same 20nm manufacturing process as the A8. TSMC is said to be producing A8 chips for the iPhone 6, and even a variety of related chips, including Dialog power management ICs, Qualcomm baseband chips, Synaptics LCD driver ICs, InvenSense gyroscropes, and Apple's own fingerprint sensors.

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