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Apple officially unveiled iOS 8 today, and some of the new features include: interactive notifications, a keyboard that predicts what users will type, and a Snapchat-style self-destruct button for video and audio messages. That's not all, they also added HomeKit, an intuitive system that allows users to control home appliances and turn their iPhone into a remote control. In other words, you can use it to open doors, control lights and even carry out commands like 'get ready for bed' which could dim lights and lock all doors. Continue reading for two videos and more information.

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Apple's iOS 8 is just around the corner and while there are many fans are already dreaming up what they hope to see, this one decided to create a demo video showing off one the software update needs: iOS Block. Simply put, it "works by expanding your fingers on an existing app icon to get a Block with information like weather forecasts, calendar appointments, and music controls," says The Verge. Continue reading for the video and more information.

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For many geeks, starting their day off with a hearty breakfast consisting of bacon, eggs, hashbrowns and toast is what sets them up for whatever grueling task(s) may lie ahead. However, eating this day in and day out may cause other health-related problems. Fortunately, there's a new Oscar Meyer iPhone app, and when paired with the accompanying device, users can wake up to the sounds and smell of sizzling bacon. Continue reading for the bizarre promo video and more information.

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FaceRig is new software technology that lets users become actual game characters - from a cute red panda to a horned demon. In other words, it will allow users to adopt the appearance of an assortment of characters, which immediately mimic their expressions when chatting online. Continue reading for a video demonstration and more information.

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Leo Grand may not have known the first thing about computer programming four months ago, but the 37-year-old man met a complete stranger who changed his life forever. Twenty-three-year-old programmer Patrick McConlogue offered Grand a choice between two months of coding lessons and $100 in cash, and as you may already know, he opted for the lessons. After countless hours of learning and 3,621 lines of code later, he has released his first mobile app. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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Always wanted to created real 3D models from flat 2D pictures? If so, then "3 Sweep" is just for you. Users will not only be able to "just extract them, but then manipulate them, transform them, copy them, and move them around the image." Continue reading for the crazy video that has already received over a million views.

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Most 12-year-olds are still dreaming about video games they'd like to play, but Callum on the other hand, already spends his free time on the track with his Ferraris. He earned his riches by selling one of his app to Google for a whopping £8.5-million. It's claimed that Callum is the world's youngest Ferrari owner, with a Ferrari 355 Berlinetta, 458 Italia Spider, and a 599GTO. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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It's never too late to find that perfect career, and at this time, being a mobile geek / nerd might actually pay off if you're a programmer or developer. Let's just say that the IT space is definitely headed in an upwards trend, with no end in sight. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a video of a fully-functional LEGO steampunk walking ship.

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Currently, there's hundreds of face swap apps in the iTunes Store and Google Play, but are all of them created equal? Of course not, and this set of pictures shows how one of them went a little too crazy when trying to swap the faces of these two friends. Continue reading to see why.

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Apple officially unveiled iOS 7 today at WWDC 2013, and one of the newest features is a faux 3D parallax feature for depth. In other words, you'll find a transparent background that serves as a foundation for a middle layer, then the apps icons, and lastly a blurred panel for the control center. Continue reading for a video and more information.

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