Walmart Cuts iPhone Prices

Walmart is cutting iPhone prices. With a two-year contract, a 16-gigabyte iPhone 5S will cost $99, down from $149. The 16-gigabyte iPhone 5C will be $29, down from $49. The deal is only for purchases made at Walmart stores, not online. The price slash is fueling speculation that Apple is preparing to release a new phone. Walmart says it’s just aiming to offer customers great prices.

Andorid users can now join the group of IOS users who can sell their smart phone pictures through a new app. It’s called Fotolia Instant, and no fancy photo editing and uploading software is required. IOS users have had the app since 2013, and users have sold 50,000 images. Fotalia Instant is now available to Android users for free.

And, Google has announced that it hopes to bring 3D sensing to phones and tablets by early next year. The company is working with LG to make it happen. It’s part of a project called Project Tango. As well as giving directions in 3D, the project opens up a host of 3D gaming possibilities. Google hasn’t announced a price for Project Tango.

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