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Digital artist extraordinaire Martin Hajek is back at it again, and this time, he brings up some incredible renders of what he thinks the upcoming Apple TV display will look like. As you can tell, it's pretty much a larger-sized iMac with a curved AMOLED display that should provide for some interesting viewing. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video that will change the way you view security questions forever.

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Set for release on November 1 and priced from $499, the 7.5mm thin, 1-pound iPad Air has 9.7-inch Retina display with a smaller bezel and is 43% thinner than the previous model. Aesthetics aside, you'll find the new A7 chip inside, the same one found in Apple's iPhone 5S - making graphics performance 72% faster than the first generation model. Continue reading for two videos, more hands-on pictures and additional information.

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Here's a first look at Apple's futuristic, circular spaceship campus, which will be completed sometime in 2015 and feature solar panels covering the roof, along with an underground parking structure camouflaged by thousands of new trees planted on the grounds. Click here to view the first image in this week's funny demotivational posters gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of someone jumping off a 486-foot bridge and onto a boat.

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Apple is the world's second-largest information technology company by revenue after Samsung Electronics, and the world's third-largest mobile phone maker after Samsung and Nokia. In May 2013, Apple entered the top ten of the Fortune 500 list of companies for the first time, rising 11 places above its 2012 ranking to take the sixth position. Some fanatics love the company so much that they decided to show their love with a permanent tattoo, like the on you see above. Continue reading for more.

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The Apple QuickTake (above) is one of the first consumer digital camera lines. It was launched in 1994 by Apple Computer and was marketed for three years. The 200 model is only officially compatible with the Apple Macintosh, while the 100 and 150 model are compatible with both the Apple Macintosh and Microsoft Windows. The various QuickTake models did not sell very well, as other companies such as Kodak, Fujifilm, Canon, and Nikon entered the digital market with brands that consumers associated with photography. They were discontinued in 1997 shortly after Steve Jobs came back to Apple. Continue reading for more.

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Just days after its official launch, there is already one video showing how someone managed to hack Apple's iPhone 5S TouchID fingerprint system using a 007 method: cloning a user's fingerprint. Alternatively, you can still continue to use a pin or password instead of the fingerprint sensor. Continue reading to see more and instructions on exactly how it works.

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Whether if you're a new Mac OS X user or a seasoned veteran looking for some new tricks, this interesting list put together by Peggy Wang will definitely help you out. There are keyboard shortcuts and just small little hacks that will clean things up. Continue reading to see them all.

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Did you know that Steve Jobs was offered a job at HP when he was just in the eight grade? Or, that he dropped out of college after just one semester to save his parents money? If not, those are just two of the seven interesting Steve Jobs facts we've rounded up for you today. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of Mirror's Edge parkour in real-life.

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Illinois-based music recording studio Green Shoe Studio launched a singer-songwriter contest open to the public earlier this summer in the hopes of finding local talent, but little did they know, 96-year-old Fred Stobaugh would enter with a heartwarming song dedicated to his late wife. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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What you're looking at above is currently the world's smallest functional Macintosh Computer, built by craft master John Badger. That's right, this geek decided to build a miniature, yet fully-functional, Mac Classic, complete with HDMI, two USB ports, and an Ethernet port, all powered by Rasberry Pi. Continue reading for a video.

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