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#1 First IPhone 6 Drop Tests Show Mixed Results

By Clip Syndicate Apple's two new iPhones went on sale Friday, so naturally the Internet responded by seeing how quickly they could destroy them. The new smartphones have been on sale less than 24 hours and the first wave of drop test videos are already making the rounds. The results are somewhat varied, but there are predictably tragic endings for some displays. ...Read More »
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#2 IPhone 6 Line? Nope, Just Former Ray Rice Fans Waiting To Exchange Their Jerseys

By Clip Syndicate So there are people that don't want their Ray Rice jerseys anymore. And a lot of people, at that. What can easily be confused as a long line to obtain the shiny and new Apple iPhone 6 is actually an insanely long line of NFL fans in Baltimore who want to exchange their No. 27 jerseys. ...Read More »
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#3 TROBO Is A Storytelling Plush Toy Robot That Teaches Kids Science And Math

By Clip Syndicate A huggable, talking toy is not an entirely new idea, but a new toy robot called TROBO does more than just chatter at kids – he also works alongside an iPad app to help get children excited about STEM topics – that is science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Through stories, games and quizzes, TROBO taps into kids’ natural curiosity about the world around them to teach them about science, 3D printing, the Internet, rockets, engineering, mechanics, math and more.

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#4 Verizon Will Be Getting IPhone 6-Friendly WiFi Calling In 2015

By Clip Syndicate A quick update for those trying to figure out which carriers will/won’t support the iPhone 6’s WiFi calling feature any time soon: T-Mobile is a go. AT&T will get it in 2015. Now Verizon is pledging to support it next year, too. Word of the new feature comes from Verizon CFO Fran Shammo, who mentioned it at a conference this morning — but not before taking the opportunity to take a not-so-subtle jab at T-Mobile for rushing to play up their support for it.

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#5 Los Angeles IPad Rollout For Schools Slowed By Technical Challenges: Report

By Clip Syndicate An independent report has found that an ambitious $1.3 billion program to provide an iPad or other device to every Los Angeles public school student has been slowed by technical challenges, with curriculum that was supposed to be built into the technology often incomplete. The Los Angeles Unified School District launched the country's largest technology rollout of its kind in 2013 by vowing to equip each of its roughly 650,000 students with an iPad by the end of this year. But the rollout encountered problems, including students bypassing security measures to access prohibited content. Critics also complained about the process used to select Apple to provide iPads and Pearson to provide its built-in curriculum.

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