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Monday, September 8, 2014

iPhone 6: Every rumor about the release date, features, and size of Apple's next smartphone

As the date approaches for Apple to unveil its latest devices at an event scheduled for Tuesday, Sept. 9, rumors have been swirling about new iPhones, a new wearable device, and features like digital payments and health tracking technology.
"There could be two iPhone 6's," said CNET senior writer Shara Tibken, adding that industry watchers expect to see phones with a 4.7-inch screen as well as a 5.5-inch "phablet."
Realeasing a device that is equal parts phone and tablet would place Apple squarely in Samsung territory, after that company popularized larger phones like the Galaxy line.
Apple's new phones may also offer near-field communication, or NFC -- a technology that enables mobile payments. However, this could raise security concerns among many users in the wake of the recent iCloud photo hacking incident.
"You're not going to use your phone to buy anything if you don't think your data is secure," Tibken said.
Tuesday's event will be held near Apple's headquarters at the Flint Center in Cupertino, California, where Apple has been busy building an adjacent structure.
The venue also holds sentimental value, as this is where Steve Jobs introduced the original Mac in 1984. Could that be a sign that an entirely new device will be born?
"The odds are pretty good that we're going to see a wearable at the show," Tibken said.
If Apple does indeed unveil a wearable -- unofficially dubbed the iWatch -- it will be competing with brands like Samsung and Motorola, which just introduced itsMoto 360 round smartwatch on Friday. Despite much excitement about wearables in the industry, smartwatches have not yet caught on in a big way with mainstream consumers, though Apple certainly must be hoping to change that.
You can watch the Apple event live on Tuesday beginning at 1 p.m. Eastern/10 a.m. Pacific, or follow CNET's live blog of it here.


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Monday, September 1, 2014

The Best Data Recovery Tool available for Free (EaseUS)

Some of us may be having very important data on our PCs and SD cards and many times we accidentally delete the files or format our cards and loose all our valuable data.

Data once lost cannot be recovered, but wait this is the thing of the past, now we have specialized free software which can help you regain your lost files and data.

One such very helpful tool is EaseUS Data recovery software, which helps 
recover files from formatted sd card and hard drive data recovery.

The software is very intuitive and user friendly and is the best free data recovery software to solve all data loss problems files from

1. Hard drive,
2. External hard drive,
3. USB drive,
4. Memory card,
5. Digital camera,
6. Mobile phone,
7. Music player and other storage media

which are lost due to accidental or intentional deleting, formatting, software crash, hard drive damage, virus attacking, partition loss or other unknown reasons.

3 Easy Steps to follow to recover your lost:

1. Launch the program.

2. Scan your device


3. Preview and Recover

And you are all set to recover your lost valuable files. Happy data recovery and share your experiences.

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