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Apple acquires augmented reality firm Metaio

According to recently surfaced legal documents, Apple has acquired augmented reality firm Mataio.

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Google Cardboard makes its way to the iPhone, available now in the App Store

Google has made some big improvements to its Cardboard virtual reality devices, and in the updates they have added iPhone support. The app is available to download now.

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New 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro features full support for Dell's 5K display

Apple has updated the list of Macs that support Dell's 27-inch 5K display, noting that the latest 15-inch MacBook Pro with Force Touch trackpad supports the monitor.

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U.S. court rejects Apple's latest attempt to remove its antitrust monitor

A U.S. appeals court has rejected Apple's latest bid to remove Michael Bromwich, the antitrust monitor installed at the company following their ebook antitrust case. Apple has tried to have Bromwich removed in the past, stating that he abuses his position.

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Quebec police call Apple Watch 'hand-held phone', ticket man for changing music while driving

We've recently passed new legislation here in Quebec that makes it a ticketable offense to use an iPhone, or any handheld phone, while driving.

You can't even pull over and use one. You have to be parked in a legitimate space. The problem here, though, is that the Apple watch isn't a handheld phone. Technology is once again misaligned with the law.

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Apple said to be readying Apple Pay rewards program to debut at WWDC

Apple is reportedly preparing to launch a rewards program for Apple Pay, which is expected to debut at WWDC next month.

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Target looking to bring Apple Pay to stores after chip-and-PIN upgrade

Speaking at Code Conference today, Target CEO Brian Cornell said that while he loves Apple Pay, bringing it to stores will have to wait until after the company upgrades its terminals with support for chip-and-PIN cards.

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Jawbone sues Fitbit for poaching employees with access to confidential information

Fitness wearable maker Jawbone has sued rival Fitbit over claims that the latter poached employees with access to sensitive information about Jawbone products.

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Pebble Time pre-orders begin June 22 for non-backers

As shipments start to go out to early backers of the Pebble Time, Pebble has announced that regular pre-orders for the wearable will begin on June 22, allowing non-backers to get in on the action.

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CarPlay hitting the road in 14 Chevy models later this year

GM CEO Marry Barra has announced that 14 of Chevy's new 2016 vehicles will come equipped with CarPlay when they roll out later this year.

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