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iOS 9 review: Apple's small but confident step forward

iOS 9 is now upon us, available free of charge from Apple to anyone whose device can run iOS 8. On the surface it's a small step forward for the mobile OS – there's no drastic design overhaul to speak of and a lack of obvious game-changing new features – but dig a little bit deeper into the software and there's a stack of subtler tweaks that make the upgrade well worth it.

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HandyCase lets users operate mobile devices from both sides

Despite the rapid advancement of smartphones and tablets, accessory makers continually find new ways to enhance the mobile device experience. No longer are cases and covers just for rugged protection, as many provide additional features on top of that. Handscape is set to change how people interact with devices. The company's HandyCase is designed to let users operate touchscreens with fingers set behind the device.

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— Mobile Technology

What to expect from Apple's iPhone 6S event

If you're a big Apple fan, then you could look at tomorrow as the kick-off of a holiday season. The company will announce new iPhones (among other things), followed by the familiar rituals of either pre-ordering or waiting in line at an Apple Store; the festivities will culminate with the unwrapping of the new products. Whether you're a hardcore Apple fan or just a mildly curious observer, let's take a quick look at what the rumor mill is forecasting for tomorrow's big event.

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Could a hydrogen-powered iPhone be in the works?

For decades we've been promised that hydrogen fuel cells will revolutionize our lives, but it always seems to be around the next corner. But that hasn't stopped one UK company from pursuing a near future in which iPhones and other devices are completely disconnected from the electrical grid and instead use embedded fuel cells to power themselves for a full week between recharges.

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Lumenati CS1 uses retro design to improve your iPhone videography

Smartphone cameras are increasingly taking the place of stand-alone consumer video cameras, and in a lot of ways that makes sense. A phone, however, isn't nearly as easy to hold onto while shooting – its screen can also be difficult to see in bright sunlight. Well, that's where the Lumenati CS1 comes in. It's a videography case for the iPhone 6, and it has the same form factor as a classic Super 8mm movie camera.

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