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WATCH: Everything You Need to Know About the Snappening

If you use Snapchat, your saucy selfies may have been leaked. Here’s everything you need to know about this epic hack, which is being called the “Snappening.” Check out the report above to learn more about this leak. 328 more words

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Wckd News:iPad 6 release date, rumours, leaked images

Contrary to the more excitable rumours we were hearing a few weeks back, Apple didn’t launch any new iPads at its 9 September event; just a few uninteresting products called the iPhone 6, the iPhone 6 Plus, and the Apple Watch. 437 more words

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iWallet perks: Apple may launch loyalty/rewards program with mobile payments service

“Apple will be launching a pilot program to develop partnerships with merchants, including retailers, according to multiple sources with knowledge of the program,” Ian Kar reports for Bank Innovations. 229 more words

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Tomorrow, Apple will officially kill the credit card

“Someday, your teenage child (or grandchild) will stumble across a credit card in an old desk drawer and ask you: ‘what was this for?'” Gene Marks writes for Forbes. 228 more words

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Apple to deploy tokenization + NFC for secure mobile payments, sources say

“Apple will be utilizing near field communication (NFC) technology and tokenization technology in the new iPhone 6 and iWatch as a part of its payments initiative, according to sources close to Apple and with knowledge of Apple’s plans for its new smartphone,” Ian Kar reports for Bank Innovation. 315 more words

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Alleged leak of Apple 'iWatch' component drawings and specs surface online

“A set of images have appeared online today (via Reddit) allegedly showing CAD drawings for various components of Apple’s yet to be announced wearable product,” Jordan Kahn reports for 9ti5Mac. 145 more words

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China Telecom posts, then quickly pulls photo of Apple's iPhone 6

“China Telecom, China’s third largest telecom players trailing behind China Mobile and China Unicom, announced on Monday that the version of the next-generation iPhone sold by the carrier is going to support all the wireless networks in the country,” Cyrus Lee reports for ZDNet. 119 more words

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