Sep 15th 2013
This Week in Tech 423
New iPhones, NFC vs. iBeacons, meaning of 64 bit, the next Dell, and more.
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- iPhone 5c: improved front camera, slightly larger battery, in five colored plastic backs, from $99
- iPhone 5s: 64-bit A7 processor, fingerprint authentication, improved camera, gold/silver/gray, from $199
- Apple details new iPhone camera: slow-motion video, burst shooting, 15 percent larger active sensor area
- Twitter Is Going Public, Files S-1 With SEC
- Twitter Co-Founder Evan Williams Lays Out His Plan For The Future Of Media
- Apple's Fingerprint ID May Mean You Can't 'Take the Fifth'
- iOS 7's iBeacons could solve indoor mapping, make shopping better, and kill NFC
- Google knows nearly every Wi-Fi password in the world | Computerworld Blogs
- What’s the point of a 64-bit iPhone 5S? Look to the iPad and Mac
- Pax Dickinson is the tech industry’s woman problem
- Why there are so many Assholes on the Internet
- Dell deal done: Shareholders approve plan to take company private
- Dell Said to Have Enough Votes for $24.9 Billion Buyout
- Intel CEO announces 14-nanometer processors, predicts sub-$100 tablets
- Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy