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Apple’s New iPads May Have a Different Screen Size

[caption id="attachment_120664" align="aligncenter" width="720"] (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)[/caption] Apple's new iPad models may have different screen sizes, sporting 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch screens, according to a report by Digitimes. Right now, Apple sells iPads with 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch screens, but the 10.5-inch version it just introduced is a first.

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Wearables & Smartwatches

Smart Heels: Yay or Nay?

CES is all about the fun stuff. Not just phones and laptops, but strange little innovations like smart heels as well. French company, Zhor-Tech showed off two pairs of these “smart” high heels at CES last week. They are just one of the numerous and growing list of tech companies that

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News

Germany May Fine Facebook for Fake News

Facebook has had its fair share of problems when it comes to fake news.  Although Facebook has already taken steps to deal with this troubling issue, it might have to step up its game because there has been word that the German government is likely to set up a new

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Apple

New iPad Possibly Delayed due to A10x Chip Production

The manufacturers in charge of producing Apple’s A10x chips may have had some troubles lately. The end result would be Apple's iPad Pro 2 being delayed, beyond their expected launch date in March. Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company known as TSMC, is in charge of the development of these 10nm chips.

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News

Car Thief Locked within a Stolen Car by BMW

Advanced security systems keep your smart cars safe. BMW, made sure a car thief in Seattle learned this dreaded lesson, the difficult way.Luxury vehicles usually come with advanced technologies—a lesson one Seattle car thief learned the hard way. A 38-year-old male, was arrested by police officers after he was remotely

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Science

The Future of Transport

Cars used to be the traditional means of transportation. Driving cars, seemed to be the norm. However, the last couple of years has shown us that although cars aren’t going anywhere anytime soon, it’s going to be joined by electric vehicles, automated cars, advanced subway systems and pooling services. If

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