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It seems like Apple’s in full gear for updates this week. Starting from the update of the 13 and 15 Retina MacBook Pro, the wheels continued to spin with Apple’s Boot Camp System Requirements page also listing the Mac Mini for a mid 2014 update. The listing has been taken down as of now, but you can see it here. The updates aren’t over though. The Boot Camp: System Requirements Page also lists a new 27 inch Mac for this year.

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When it comes to rumors, the Mac Mini is one Apple product that has received little to no coverage. The latest version of the Mac Mini was launched by Apple in 2012. With the ways things move forward today, the Mac Mini is one Apple product that is long overdue for an upgrade. Apple only yesterday upgraded its offerings of the Retina MacBook Pro.

The 13 and 15 inch versions of the popular notebook receive significant upgrades over their predecessors, including an upgraded range of Haswell processors. In fact, just after a day having passed since the upgrade, we’ve been able to get our hands on comprehensive benchmarks for the products. These show performance increase of over 8% over previous versions. Well, back to the Mac Mini. Apple’s Boot Camp system requirements page for Windows, a new Mac Mini for Mid 2014 showed up earlier today.

NVIDIA’s next generation Maxwell core architecture based GeForce GTX 880, GeForce GTX 870 and GeForce GTX 860 will launch in October this year, as reported by GDM.OR.JP. The site which is part of one of the most major hardware retailers in Japan have been pretty accurate with their earlier leaks so we will assume that the October launch time-frame is quite accurate considering the launch was planned for Q4 2014 was narrowed down to October / November a few weeks ago and now we have a much more accurate schedule of NVIDIA’s Maxwell GPU launches.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 880

NVIDIA Maxwell Based GeForce GTX 880 and GeForce GTX 870 To Launch in Early October

The first two Maxwell cards to launch in the consumer market would be the high-performance GeForce GTX 880 and GeForce GTX 870. These cards will feature the GM204 core architecture which is the successor of the GK104/GK114 core from the Kepler generation. From little things we know thanks to the leaked PCB shot of NVIDIA’s alleged GeForce GTX 880 graphics card, we come to know that the core being used for the sample variant was GM204-INT41684-A1 however there has been a little variation in the codename and it is now called GM204-CS0-A1 (note that the CS stands for Consumer Sample) which means that final testing is under way and the chip will soon end up in the consumer market as the GeForce GTX 880. The chip is also the first of four variants which will make their way to the rest of the lineup including the GeForce GTX 870.

The GeForce GTX 870 on the other hand will be a cut down variant of the GK204 core featured on GeForce GTX 880 with some disabled SMM (Streaming Multiprocessor Maxwell) units. Its not know what specifications does the GM204 hold in general but it does feature a die size larger than its predecessor which is due to the existing 28nm process technology and the card will make use of high-frequency SKHynix H5GQ4H24MFR 0.5G clocked at 7 GHz. We will most probably be looking at a 256-bit since the memory arrangement as seen on the ES board is similar to the GeForce GTX 680 ES board and the final consumer variant. The card was shown with 8 GB GDDR5 memory which is a lot of VRAM for a reference card but we believe that the cards will ship in 4 GB variants. Aside from that, the total power consumption would be similar to Kepler around 195W but it will deliver performance on scale with some of the overclocked GeForce GTX 780 Ti’s we have seen. If the recent GeForce GTX 880 benchmark is taken for reference, we might be looking at a 20-30% performance uplift from Maxwell over GK110 which is insane and makes us wonder the performance uplift with the GM200 core which won’t ship to consumers till next year.

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With the launch of the Oculus VR, and the company reportedly looking to further expand the headset the future of virtual reality seems to be near us. Oculus’ VR headset is an impressive product indeed and is gaining quite a lot of traction in the correct market. Looking at its popularity, looks like Microsoft doesn’t want to be left behind here either. According to Eurogamer, the company has just acquired a Japanese startup with technology thats even more impressive than the one touted by Oculus. The Japanese startup FOVE has just been accepted into Microsoft Ventures London accelerator program. What’s interesting here is that the Microsoft Ventures London program, as the name suggests is for UK based companies only. So Redmond must really be impressed with what it sees in FOVE.

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We’re all familiar with the hype that surrounds Apple and its launch events held in September. So, its no surprise that this year does not seem to be any different at all. In fact, for all the Apple fans out there, it might be a year  with the most diverse product lineup yet. Apple is reportedly gearing up to launch two variants of the iPhone, two iPads and the iWatch this September. Following these we can expect to see the 12 inch Retina MacBook just as Intel makes the BDY-M available. This is expected in either Q3 or early 2015. In addition, two MacBook Airs (11 and 13) have also reportedly entered production.

So all in all, it seems to be a very busy year at Cupertino indeed. With all of this product development underway, who would have expected Apple to be working on something completely new. Well, according to The Information, and reported by The Verge, Apple is reportedly gearing up for a Mobile Wallet as well. This is to be expected to launched alongside the iPhone 6 this September.

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Apple In Talks For Mobile Wallet Platform – Might Be Launched With The iPhone 6

Before we get started on today’s news, first lets take a look at the Mobile Wallet platform. Simply put, through Mobile Wallet, you can make payments directly from your smartphone, instead of the whole credit card hassle. Apple’s talks with companies aren’t the first time the Mobile Wallet platform has been experimented with. Almost two years back, cooperation between Google and Verizon broke down. This was related to Verizon refusing to offer Google Wallet for the Galaxy Nexus because it required the Secure Element on the smartphone in order to function.

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Different Apple products’ launch dates are getting leaked today thanks to an insider source. We earlier reported that Apple is getting ready for a tentative iPhone 6 launch event in mid-September along with iOS 8. With iOS 8 and OS X Yosemite aiming for a consistent platform and offering many similar features, one expected both the mobile and desktop operating systems to have a single launch event. However, turns out Apple is delaying the launch event of OS X Yosemite which will be a month later in October along with a new 12-inch Retina MacBook and an Apple 4K desktop!Apple 4K desktop

Apple 4K desktop, Retina MacBook and OS X Yosemite

iOS 8 for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch is set for a September launch event. On the other hand, the Mac OS X Yosemite is pushed a month ahead for October release according to sources. With Developer Previews coming every two to three weeks as planned, OS X Yosemite developers will receive a final Preview build on September 29th followed by a Golden Master build on October 10th, according to the sources close to 9to5mac. The site shares authoritative bits of Apple’s news and leaks and have previously correctly broken a few rumors.

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Apple’s iOS is renowned for its security when it comes to protection against hackers and malicious software. In fact, that is one major thing the company has always prided it self on. It has also been one of the major arguments in the favor of creating a device locked, closed operating systems. Well, it looks like that just might not be the case anymore. Forensic scientist Jonathan Zdziarski has today posted slides in his talk at New York which highlight several backdoors present in the iOS. These vulnerabilities are identified primarily as  Identifying Backdoors, Attack Points, and Surveillance Mechanisms.

Zdziarski is also know as the ‘Nerve Gas’ hacker in the iOS world. He has worked on several jailbreaking projects and is a well known expert regarding iOS security. These vulnerabilities aren’t the traditional kind i.e. those that let hackers or malicious software gain access to your device and wreak havoc. No. In this ever growing conscious world of governmental spying on our private data, Zdziarski has discovered a bunch of services which can bypass encrypted data and can be accessed via USB, wifi and “maybe cellular.” He also notes that simply setting a passcode on the lockscreen does not encrypt data on your iPhone. Rather, you have to switch the device off to completely encrypt data.

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Word has finally appeared related to Apple’s MacBooks. With all the hype surrounding the iPhone 6 and the iPads, we were left wondering at what Cupertino was up to with its popular notebook range. Well, wonder no more. Taiwan’s economic daily news has several updates for us in this regard. These cover the 11 and 13 inch variants of the MacBook Air as well as a much anticipated 12 inch Retina MacBook Pro.

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Both MacBook Airs Enter Production – 12 Inch Retina MacBook To Arrive In Q3 Or 2015

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Following up months of rumors, leaks, analysis, reports and leaked images, here is an extremely comprehensive, easy-on-the-eye infographic that is trying to summarize all of the leaked and reported material circulating the iPhone 6. This iPhone 6 infographic breaks the next gen iPhone into its design and hardware components and beautifully summarizes the probability of each of the spec coming this fall.concept iPhone 6 infographic

iPhone 6 infographic:

A plethora of leaks and rumors come every year trying to predict the year’s iPhone and its various specifications. This year too, we have seen many from haptic feedback to sapphire crystal display and a major focus on an

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While it actually is not coming “after” the sand technology but taking the limelight certainly after the sand-awesomeness did, which claimed that sand can triple the battery life of smartphones and other electronic gadgets. Scientists at MIT University have found a way to use the power of water dew to charge our phone. Unlike sand, it will not replace the current battery techniques but will be used as a good resource when out of charge especially in the remote areas.battery

Water dew for better battery life:

The research team at MIT discovered that the energy is generated when water condenses on the specially treated copper plates due to back and forth jumping movement. This movement allows picking up an electrical

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Well it looks like Oculus VR is aiming high when it comes to developing gaming accessories. The company is known for it’s Oculus Rift headgear, which added head tracking to its list of impressive feature in the current version. Well it seems like head tracking and head gear don’t end up making the company completely content with it’s offerings. According to people familiar to the development process, the company is quietly developing motion sensors as well, reports CNET. These sensors will allow you to manipulate objects and immerse yourself in games with your hands. This will of course result in a much more deeply engrossing gaming experience.

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Oculus Working On Its Own Motion Controllers To Complement The Rift – Looking To Turn Back On Third Part Developers

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Reports coming from KGI Securities indicate that Samsung will be replacing Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) in the production of iPhone chip for Apple. These reports come from the company analyst Michael Liu who has told clients that the Korean tech leader is set to replace TSMC and will be producing the next gen 14nm smartphone chips for Apple and Qualcomm. The change of partnership on the production of chipsets will happen in the second half of 2015.iphone chip

Samsung to produce A9 iPhone chip:

Reported by The Commercisal Times of Korea, Qualcomm has already started working with Samsung for the production of chips. This news has been confirmed by the Economic Daily News too who have mentioned that

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Since the launch of both the Play Station 4 and the Xbox One, it seemed clear who the winner was. Sony’s Play Station 4 surged ahead in sales with Microsoft left scratching its head. The company needed to act, and act fast. The PS4 reportedly dominated the US market for five consecutive months. Microsoft’s response to this was to drop Kinect as a must buy with the Xbox One. This of course came with a price cut in the price. The Xbox One was to now cost $399, as opposed to the previous $500 price tag.

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Microsoft Claims Xbox One Sales Have Doubled – Sales In June Double Compared To May

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Automated homes seem to be next big thing nowadays. With the way investments and plans seem to be going right now, it seems that in the upcoming future we’ll be interacting with our homes the same we we interact with our smartphones. We already covered Google’s NEST in detail for you previously. With the technology Google is pursuing in NEST, pretty soon your house will set the temperature and wash your clothes before you’ve even entered your garage. Well Samsung doesn’t want to be left behind in the race either. According to techcrunch, Samsung is in negotiations to purchase SmartThings for a whooping $200 Million. The deal appears to be in its final stages as of yet. By bringing SmartThings under it’s wing, looks like Samsung is hoping to get ahead of Google’s NEST in the race for automated homes.

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Former Beatles legend Paul McCartney has joined the number of artists coming to the app store for their music releases. The historic songwriter and singer has reissued five of his albums to the app store. The albums have been transformed into native iPad apps by Paul McCartney and his record label. The albums reissued are those released by Paul McCartney after he left Beatles and the time he spent as part of Wings. This launch of apps is part of an increasing trend catching on with many artists. Among this list are pop-artists like Lady Gaga and Jay-Z. It is seen largely as a trend to get new content out for these artists.



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