SCOTUS hears Apple arguments, an LG camera with 16 lenses?
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The Supreme Court is hearing arguments from Apple in an attempt to fend off a lawsuit against the company complaining the App store is a monopoly.
The lawsuit says the app store business model lets Apple control the price of software and inflates prices overall because 30% of all transactions go to Apple.
A decision on the specific case is expected in the spring.
Venmo has reported losses of $40 million in the first quarter of 2018, citing much of the loss being due to fraudulent activity.
The Wall Street Journal reports that this number is 40% greater than what Venmo had previously estimated.
The company is struggled to deal with fraud over the years.
The platform has proven to be a vulnerable target for bad actors.
And finally a new patent obtained by LG hints to a phone with 16 camera lens.
As ridiculous as it sounds the 4x4 matrix of lenses would be used to take multi perspective photos.
Or even combine them.
Some other ideas have been floated for their use, like clock-swapping for better angle in otherwise good photo.
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