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The iPhone 8 could be the first Apple handset with an OLED display

This isn’t the first piece of evidence that suggests Apple is interested in VR – we’ve previously seen patent filings for iPhone headset accessories, plus the firm worked on that 360-degree music video for U2.

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Rhiannon Williams: It’s nice to be nice, but better to be Steve Jobs?

Who cares if the Apple co-founder was a volatile man who was difficult to deal with? Sometimes that’s the price of genius. Can a great man be a good man? This is the question posed by the trailer for Steve Jobs, a biopic of the late co-founder of the world’s most valuable company (and, the film suggests, not always a …

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Calais migrants charging people to view Banksy mural of Apple’s Steve Jobs

In an entrepreneurial spirit Jobs might have been proud of, migrants and refugees ask for £3.60 to view the street artist’s mural. Migrants in Calais have started charging people to view a mural by elusive street artist Banksy of Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying an early model of his Apple …

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Don’t fear the frictionless economy – for it makes the consumer king

The disappearance of train tickets will be just another step in the remorseless march of convenience. The tide of technology has claimed another victim. No more will the traditional cry of “Tickets, please!” echo through Britain’s railway carriages. Or if it does, it will be met with the puzzled reaction: “What’s a train ticket?” For passengers nationwide will soon – …

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Apple buys company that scans your face to read emotions

Emotient, bought for an undisclosed sum, uses facial recognition technology to detect a range of nine emotions. Your iPhone may one day be able to know whether you’re happy or upset after Apple bought a company that uses facial-recognition technology to read people’s emotions. The technology company has acquired Emotient, an American start-up that can detect the slightest changes in …

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Don’t fear the frictionless economy – for it makes the consumer king

The disappearance of train tickets will be just another step in the remorseless march of convenience. The tide of technology has claimed another victim. No more will the traditional cry of “Tickets, please!” echo through Britain’s railway carriages. Or if it does, it will be met with the puzzled reaction: “What’s a train ticket?” For passengers nationwide will soon – …

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Apple could be forced to make it easier for users to jump ship to Android

​Apple doesn’t want its users to jump ship to Android, but reports suggest that it’s under pressure to make it easier to switch to a rival operating system. According to The Telegraph, European telecom operators are concerned about iOS dominance and want the iPhone maker to loosen its grip on customers. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark black turtleneck jumper carrying …

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6 new features to expect from Apple’s next iPhone and iPad update

Your iPhone and iPad are about to get a whole lot smarter. iOS 9.3 just hit beta, meaning once developers have finished some final tinkering it will be winging its way to your latest iDevice. An exact rollout date has yet to be confirmed, but this update is already shaping up as one of the most substantial ‘point’ patches in …

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VLC Player hits Apple TV so you can play your home movies

Apple TV can now play a wider range of video formats following the arrival of VLC Player on the set-top box. The open-source app supports virtually every video and audio file format in existence, which is good news for anyone with a collection of home movies that were unplayable on the iOS box. The work depicts Jobs in his trademark …

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Rhiannon Williams: It’s nice to be nice, but better to be Steve Jobs?

Who cares if the Apple co-founder was a volatile man who was difficult to deal with? Sometimes that’s the price of genius. Can a great man be a good man? This is the question posed by the trailer for Steve Jobs, a biopic of the late co-founder of the world’s most valuable company (and, the film suggests, not always a …

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