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iPhone 6S Pictures

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Apple's iPhone 6S is rumored to come with 2GB of RAM and Force Touch technology, which enables the display to detect the difference between a light tap and a hard press, enabling you to access new types of gestures and controls. In addition to this rumor, patent filings published on Thursday revealed that Apple is experimenting with waterproofing methods for future iPhones and iOS devices. The images above show a Rose Gold model, which has a copperish tint. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading to watch the five most popular viral videos of today, including one of an amazing hand-forged replica of Link's Hylian Shield.

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Bank of England Gold Vault

Ever wonder where the Bank of England keeps its 400,000 gold bars? In a secret vault hidden underneath the streets of London, and you can rest assured, that even if you were to find it, getting inside for even a look would be next to impossible. According to one anonymous bank worker, the huge doors are opened with 3-foot-long keys, and the locks on them also require a password. Continue reading for more ultra secure locations located around the world.

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Geeky April Fools

April Fools' Day is almost upon us, and if you're still searching for the perfect prank to try on co-workers, friends, family, etc., these might help you out. However, the prank you see above might need to be saved for someone going on a long vacation, or next year, simply purchase an identical keyboard, start planting a few weeks early and swap it out the morning of. Continue reading for more.

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Ce6 Night Vision Eye Drops

Researchers claim that they have found a way to inject people's eyes with 'night vision', enabling them to see up to 164-feet in almost total darkness for 'several hours'. One test subject could spot people running among trees in dark conditions 100% of the time, while others who hadn't been treated with the drops were successful in only a third of cases. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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Sennheiser CX 300 II

Sennheiser's CX 300 II earphones may only cost $27.99 (today only), but they're definitely no slouch. It features a high-quality dynamic speaker systems for bass-driven stereo sound and durability. Plus, an asymetrical cable which the longer end goes behind the neck and into the opposite ear. Product page. Continue reading for a video review wand more information.

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Harry Potter Invisibility Cloak

Scientists at the University of Rochester have discovered a way to hide large objects from sight using readily available lenses. The Rochester Cloak may looks something an optometrist would use, but it appears to be hidden when placed behind layers of lenses. Joseph Choi, a graduate student who contributed to the project, says: "From what we know, this is the first cloaking device that provides three-dimensional, continuously multi-directional cloaking. I imagine this could be used to cloak a trailer on the back of a semi-truck so the driver can see directly behind him. It can be used for surgery, in the military, in interior design, art." Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a viral video showing what you should never wear to a live news broadcast.

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Homemade One Man Submarine

Teen inventor Justin Beckerman, 18, spent about 1-month designing and 5-months building a 9-foot-long submarine. It can dive as deep as 30-feet, giving him plenty of room to explore Lake Hopatcong when he's not at crew team practice or doing homework. He spent a total of $1,000 on parts, which consists of a drainpipe, white ballast tanks, regulators / valves from an old soda machine, three battery systems, a horn, a radio and a few ultra-bright strobe lights. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Pocket Drone

Most drones are quite large, but Anura can fold up into a smartphone-sized case. Its rotors can be placed neatly inside the body to form a brick, and when you want to fly, simply pull the arms out. You can pilot it via iOS or Android smartphone over Wi-Fi. There's also an integrated 720 x 1280 HD micro-camera that can be used to stream live footage to the app. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Scam Troll

If your phone ever gets hacked (or stolen and then returned), make sure to reconfirm all of your personal contacts, or else you may have seemingly close friends requesting strange favors. This person was a victim of phone hacking, but was smart enough to figure out this this friend was just another scammer, and not really in need of iTunes cards. Continue reading to see the conversation that ensued, as well as the interesting pictures that were requested.

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Step Into the Void French Alps

Located high up in the French Alps, on the top terrace of the Aiguille du Midi mountain peak, is a 5-sided glass structure called the Chamonix Skywalk. This installation is not for those who fear heights, and was inspired by the Grand Canyon's glass skywalk, but it takes the concept to the next level. Rather than looking out over a railing, visitors can hover 3,396-feet above the valley in an enclosed transparent box, surrounded on all sides by custom-made 0.5-inch glass. Continue reading for more.

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