Invitations to Apple's big event on September 9 landed Thursday in the hands of tech journalists, including CNET Senior Writer Shara Tibken's. In this Inside Scoop, CNET's Kara Tsuboi and Shara discuss the cryptic invitation itself and all the related rumors of larger iPhones and an Apple smartwatch.
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After the AT&T-DirecTV deal, Lowell McAdam sets the record straight on rumors of a Verizon buy of Dish.
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RBC Capital Markets and Deutsche Bank speculate on the iPad Mini Retina, and one analyst expounds on the significance of 64-bit computing for large corporate accounts.
Google has bought a company called WIMM Labs, which makes Android smart watches, fuelling speculation Google is working on one of its own.
At an event for employees at Intuit, Bill Campbell, an Apple board member and close friend of Steve Jobs, speaks of watches, glasses, and "the application of technology to really intimate things."
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The Wall Street Journal is reporting that the market is speculating that Samsung could be close to bidding for the purchase of Nokia. Samsung told Dow Jones that it wouldn't comment on that rumor.
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