Monthly Archives: May 2014

Beats by Apple, Mis-Delivered Drones, Viral Fakes, and More

Well it’s been a busy week here at Gizmodo. We’ve been following the unexpected news around Apple and Beats by Dre, debunking more viral images that are totally fake, checking out awesome tech at Bell Labs, and so much more! … Continue reading

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Touch ID for iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3

There’s a story going around that Touch ID sensors are being manufactured in anticipation for the iPhone 6, iPad Air 2, and iPad mini 3. So what does that mean? Given the history of supply-chain reporting it’s hard to say. … Continue reading

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Earthling worms can be as disgusting as alien face huggers

Blood Worms. They look like gentle earthworms until they extend their mouths and show their teeth made of atacamite, "a copper-based chloride biomineral." Their poisonous bite is painful for humans and kills whatever prey they find in the shallow marine … Continue reading

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T-Mobile closes deal for 700MHz spectrum, reiterates commitment to LTE rollout

T-Mobile has finally closed a deal to acquire highly-valuable 700MHz spectrum from Verizon, enabling the next wave of network upgrades for the carrier. In the wireless world not all spectrum is created equal, with lower frequencies being more desirable because … Continue reading

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