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While Apple's new mobile operating system is mostly about catching up to the competition, there are some noteworthy innovations.
After purchasing controller company Green Throttle Games, the tech giant appears closer to entering the gaming market.
Weary of all those PINs and cryptic codes? New technologies may soon use your unique biometrics to confirm your identity.
Analysts call it a marketing coup that will broaden the reach of the company's ecosystem and allow it to charge premium prices for upcoming gadgets.
In the tech world, integration can turn partners into competitors, and the Korean manufacturer could realistically abandon Google's mobile platform.
Technology companies are developing alternatives, including built-in fingerprint readers, voice recognition and authentication tokens.
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