Google announces shutdown of its social network, Apple may add new iPhone camera tech
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Google announced that on April 2nd it will shut down its social network Google Plus.
That is the same day the company will start deleting content from Plus accounts.
Google also says that as early as February 4th people won't be able to create Google Plus profiles, pages, communities or events.
Google Plus was introduced in 2011.
A new report from Bloomberg sheds some light on future iPhones.
Apple could be working on a new 3D camera for the iPhone.
That would be able to scan it's surroundings up to 15 feet away.
This would allow the iPhone to map out the area, which could help in augmented reality applications.
The new 3D camera may arrive on iPhones next year.
There's a new set of collections of rich databases floating around the internet according to researchers from the Hasso Plattner Institute in Germany.
Dubbed collections numbers 2 through 5, they weigh in at over 600 gigabytes of data With around 2.2 billion username and passwords.
The data found within this collection include information all the brutes like those from Link in, Yahoo and Dropbox.
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