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No, for once, we are not posting yet another set of concept images, but rather images that are claimed to be that of Apple's upcoming iPhone 6. That's right, a person on Twitter has posted a series of pictures claiming to be the casing of Apple's iPhone 6, complete with a larger screen and a slimmed down, curved design. Continue reading for more pictures and information.

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In addition to snapping food pictures for Instagram or Facebook selfies, there are some other creative ways to use your smartphone's camera, such as turning it into a projector to watch Netflix, YouTube videos, Hulu, etc. That's not all, it's great for parking spaces, homework, valet tickets, and lots more. Continue reading to see them all.

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Now that you know how not to beat Flappy Bird, fans won't be happy that the game has officially been pulled from the App Store as of today. Before it was taken down, there were over 50-million players spread across both the iOS and Android versions, generating up to $50,000 USD per day in ad revenue alone. Unlike other mega successful titles from players like Rovio Entertainment, which produced the hugely popular Angry Birds game and has hundreds of programmers, Dong Nguyen made Flappy Bird by himself in just a few nights, according to an earlier tweet on Twitter. Continue reading for some of the most popular Flappy Bird videos and more information.

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These days, it's all about touchscreens, and strangely enough, phones are just getting larger, due to the merging of tablets with smartphones. Here are some futuristic phone designs we probably won't see anytime soon - or let's be honest, probably never - but are definitely conversation pieces nonetheless. Continue reading for more.

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RIM's BlackBerry may not be as popular as it once was, due to the iPhone and countless number of Android smartphones, but if the company were to ever release a new handset, we can only hope it looks like "Empathy". Put simply, this futuristic handset looks transparent, but when activated, turns opaque. That's not all, there's also built-in conductive wireless charging. Click here to view the first image in today's funny work pictures gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a house disguise you won't believe is real.

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Apple has always been known to keep future models a secret, but Samsung's executive vice president loves to tease. Lee Young Hee announced at CES 2014 in Las Vegas that the company is looking to release its next flagship phone, the Galaxy s5, between March and April, 2014. It will feature iris recognition technology as well as a biometric fingerprint scanner. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Ok,a smartphone booklet may not be the most practical device out there, but it's definitely a possibility, considering that many companies are developing flexible touchscreen displays. We have rounded up five more cool and futuristic smartphones that we may see sooner than later. Continue reading for more.

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Thanks to photo sharing programs like Instagram, more geeks everyday are becoming addicted to smartphone / mobile photography. So much so that they're documenting their entire day, embarrassing or not, for all to see. For those who aren't, here's a funny way to make others think your friends are tripped inside your phone. Continue reading for more.

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It may be 2013, but smartphones are still struggling to properly deal with autocorrect texts. For example, the person above accidentally mistyped "Italian" and it was corrected to "I-Taliban". That is just one of the many we've rounded up for you today. Continue reading for more - *warning - some of the language may not be suitable for work.

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Similar to the Ring Clock, the Smarty Ring connects to Bluetooth 4.0-enabled iOS or Android devices and sends call notifications, text and e-mail alerts, along with real time updates from Facebook, Twitter, Google Hangout and Skype, without even having to lift a finger. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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