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IPad Pro, Smart Keyboard and Pencil release coming first week of November?

The iPad Pro has a 12.9-inch screen, making it noticeably larger than Apple's 9.7-inch iPad Air. The latter is a theory favoured by the recent rumoured specs, as well as a report from Chinese publication Economic Daily News , which cites a Fubon Hardware investment advisor saying Apple won't produce a new iPad Air until 2016.

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YouTube's iOS app now offers built-in editing tools

Google rolls out a new YouTube app version for iOS, integrating a variety of video-editing tools and a redesigned user interface, as well as gesture control for easier navigation. The in-app editing tools in iOS don't necessarily provide a wide range of options, but they do allow for users to trim clips, add visual effects, and attach music.

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'Cheating' nightclub man breaks silence after girlfriend responded to picture

The woman who exposed a "cheat" while trying to track down her Prince Charming on Facebook has changed her cover picture to show a cryptic message. But her bid to track down the stranger turned into a nightmare for the hairdressing student when she discovered he had a girlfriend.

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Microsoft Unveils New Smartphones in Bid to Revive Mobile Business

Like the fingerprint readers included in many recent Android and iOS devices, Microsoft's iris scanner lets you unlock your phone without having to swipe the lock screen. Leaks suggest that the Band 2.0 will come with curved display, making it a lot better for the people who have to wear. "We want to put Windows in your pocket", Panos Panay , Microsoft's head of Windows devices, said.

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Microsoft Working on Fix for Office Bugs in OS X El Capitan

An extensive thread that came from Microsoft's Office for Mac support forum and a reporter's own encounter with El Capitan indicate that there are problems with the newly-released operating system and it seems to affect Outlook, Word and Excel.

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Facebook login glitch leads to marriage

Schuler Benson repeatedly tried to log off of Celeste Zendler's account, and the two began messaging in order to solve their predicament. Once upon a flip phone in 2009, Schuyler Benson of South Arkansas logged onto Facebook and found himself in the account of Celeste Zendler, a woman he didn't know.