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Apple may be getting ready to launch the next big thing. No, literally, rumor has it, they’re about to release an iPad that is several inches bigger than the current iPads. Bloomberg News has spoken to “people with knowledge of the matter” and is reporting that “the new iPad will have a screen measuring 12.9 inches diagonally,” compared to the 9.7 inch display of the standard sized iPads. Who needs new, innovative products when you can just re-release old ones at a slightly larger size? The larger iPads are expected to be available sometime in “early 2015” ... Discuss

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Over the past several years, high-end hybrids and futuristic electric cars have slowly become more prominent on American roads as consumers realize the impact of fossil fuel consumption on the environment. But, until now, one obstacle has prevented many potential consumers from fully embracing fuel-efficient technology: the price.

Recently, a handful of automakers and innovators have decided to put affordability on the same level as sustainability, bringing fossil fuel conserving transportation solutions to consumers at affordable prices. Read More

It’s taken an ugly, high-profile tragedy, but officials from Twitter have said that they are finally changing their policies to crackdown on harassment. Following the revelation that her father, Robin Williams, had committed suicide, his 25-year-old daughter was subjected to so many hateful messages that she quit social media all together. In a statement published by The Washington Post, Twitter's vice president of trust and safety said,

We have suspended a number of accounts related to this issue for violating our rules and we are in the process of evaluating how we can further improve our policies to better handle tragic situations like this one. This includes expanding our policies regarding self-harm and private information, and improving support for family members of deceased users.

Details of how they plan to change their policies are still unclear ... Discuss

After the almost unlistenable, highly viral exchange between a Comcast customer "service" representative and a customer who was unsuccessfully trying to close his account, you'd think the Internet giant would be in a rush to prove that they can provide the most basic of all customer services: cancellation. But, alas, as this young man's video proves, it is hard to teach an old dog new tricks. He's posted a video of himself being on hold for three hours until [spoiler] the Comcast offices just straight up close. So, just in case you thought your Internet service provider really cared about you, think again ... Discuss