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Carl Zeiss launches an iPhone 6 compatible VR headset

Samsung's Gear VR works with its own range of Galaxy devices, but what if you want to use a similar head-mounted visor with the iPhone 6? Carl Zeiss has the answer in the form of the VR One, a visor that pairs with an iPhone 6's screen and processor to drive visuals. Currently available for pre-order for $99, the VR headset is set to launch later this year.

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Bose and Beats make nice and settle dispute over headphone patents

Apple's Beats and Bose have agreed to settle a headphone patent dispute. The disagreement comes over noise canceling tech inside Beats headphones that Bose claims infringed their patents. Bose started legal proceedings in June of this year, but that appears to all be over now.

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GT Advance closing plants in Arizona and Massachusetts, calls Apple deals 'oppressive and burdensome'

GT Advanced Technologies has announced today their intention to close their plants in Arizona and Massachusetts, a move which will see 890 people lose their jobs. The sapphire supplier places the blame for their current financial woes squarely on Apple, saying that the agreements with Apple were problematic, and that ending their deal was necessary for the life of the company.

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Your Snapchat photos may have been exposed in massive compromise

At least 100,000 Snapchat photos have been stolen and leaked, taken from a third-party Snapchat client. The 13GB database is now circulating around 4chan and other forums. The images reportedly came either from popular Snapchat client Snapsave or SnapSaved.com, both of which allow users to save photos and videos they receive. Snapchat says that their own servers are secure, and not the source of the breach, according to Business Insider:

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Boost Mobile to sell iPhone 6 and 6 Plus starting October 17

Boost Mobile has announced that they will begin selling the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus beginning next Friday, October 17. Boost is a prepaid brand owned and operated by Sprint, and thus does not require you to sign up for a contract.

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Apple to live stream October 16 event, new iPads and Macs expected

Apple's second special event in as many months is slated for October 16, where the Cupertino giant is expected to show off new iPads and Macs. For those wanting to follow the event as it happens live, Apple has mentioned that it will be streaming the event live on its website.

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Apple Watch makes it to the cover of Vogue China

After showing off the Apple Watch at a high-end boutique in Paris during Fashion Week, Apple is continuing its fashion push by placing the watch on the cover of next month's issue of Vogue China.

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Jony Ive: Apple nearly gave up on touch with the first iPhone

Apple's senior vice president of design Jony Ive did not mince words about the competition at today's Vanity Fair New Establishment Summit. When he sees designs from Apple in the products of other companies he isn't very flattered.

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Build your own Radiator Springs with Cars: Fast as Lightning

Radiator Springs will never be the same after you get through with it! Cars: Fast as Lightning is now available for Android, iOS, and Windows Phone devices. Build your own Radiator Springs and while you take on races with over 20 unique characters from the Cars universe, using nitro boosts and other surprises to drive your way to victory.

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Carl Icahn posts open letter to Tim Cook [Updated]

As he said he would yesterday, billionaire investor Carl Icahn has sent an open letter to Tim Cook, urging Apple's CEO to convince the company's board to repurchase a large amount of shares. The letter outlines, in detail, Icahn's expectations of the company and it's products, including new products like HomeKit, Apple Pay, and the Apple Watch. He also said that this letter wasn't a jab at Tim Cook and his performance as CEO.

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