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The best leaked image concepts of the next iPhone

It’s still unknown what the next iPhone will be called, rumors suggest it will be called the iPhone 5S, or maybe the iPhone 5C, C standing for “Cheap" as it will be a cheaper model with less memory, but remember, as of now this is all just speculation.

Maybe they’ll skip the extras this time around and go straight for the iPhone 6? Only time will tell.

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Instagram's first acquisition, Luma - The Wired Bay

Instagram, a Facebook company, has purchased the video sharing application called Luma.

If you use Instagram, this is good news for you, the technology of Luma (Like the stabilization and video filters)  will soon be available to Instagram video. So you can share like never before.

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Ubuntu Edge smartphone crowdfunding campaign now over, goal missed by over $19 million
From The Verge:

When Canonical launched its crowdfunding campaign for the Ubuntu Edge smartphone last month it set an ambitious goal: raising $32 million through Indiegogo. As it turns out, that goal was a little too ambitious, as the campaign has wrapped up nearly $20 million short. After 30 days, Canonical was able to raise just over $12.8 million from more than 27,000 backers.
While the campaign rocketed to nearly $3.4 million within the first 24 hours, the influx of donations quickly slowed at that point. It led Ubuntu to reset the pricing scheme several times. 

For more details on the Ubuntu Edge smartphone and its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, see our previous posts here and here.

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Ubuntu Edge smartphone crowdfunding campaign now over, goal missed by over $19 million

From The Verge:

When Canonical launched its crowdfunding campaign for the Ubuntu Edge smartphone last month it set an ambitious goal: raising $32 million through Indiegogo. As it turns out, that goal was a little too ambitious, as the campaign has wrapped up nearly $20 million short. After 30 days, Canonical was able to raise just over $12.8 million from more than 27,000 backers.

While the campaign rocketed to nearly $3.4 million within the first 24 hours, the influx of donations quickly slowed at that point. It led Ubuntu to reset the pricing scheme several times. 

For more details on the Ubuntu Edge smartphone and its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo, see our previous posts here and here.

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