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Apple acquires company with high-accuracy GPS

Apple recently acquired Coherent Navigation, a company specializing in very accurate GPS. It combined the usual GPS positioning with information from Iridium’s low-orbit communication satellites to pinpoint your whereabouts within inches, rather than feet. 86 more words


Apple has acquired a company, seemingly to improve the accuracy and usefulness of Apple Maps

One of the biggest hits to Apple’s reputation in recent years is Apple Maps. It launched innocently enough, bundled in with iOS 6 and promising to change the Navigation Experience completely, offering 3D Views akin to those in standalone GPS Units. 237 more words

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iPhone 6C

As I reported late last month, a smaller, cheaper iPhone 6 appears to definitely be in Apple’s AAPL +0.47% future plans. Sadly, it seems as if the rumored iPhone 6C – a 4-inch version of the highly popular iPhone 6, is delayed till 2016 despite early predictions it would be launched this year.. 442 more words


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Blog Name: TechCrunch

URL: http://techcrunch.com

Author: Writing by committee with 40 dedicated writers

Brief Description:

TechCrunch is a site that delivers news on the latest happenings of major companies around the country, ranging from Facebook to Shyp to Snapchat. 330 more words


Apple Hasn't Approached NBC Over Content Deal for Upcoming Streaming TV Service

It is not clear why Apple Inc. has not approached NBC about a possible content deal for its most recent streaming television efforts, but Apple and Comcast have attempted to negotiate a deal in the past, which didn’t pan out. 105 more words

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Apple Watch, in Pictures

I wanted to update my thoughts on the upcoming new product the Apple Watch.  Today I was able to take a look at some images of the Watch in its different versions, and I found some of them to be attractive.   195 more words

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Apple Beats Music-like streaming service: Is it actually happening, and when?

Beats Music’s Playlists, Activities, and Mixes features are expected to be integrated into Apple’s new music service. Apple even wants to fully integrate Beats Music into iOS, iTunes, and Apple TV. 73 more words