MoreNews: Hedge Funds Bring Down Apple, Siri Creator Spins off new Virtual Assistant and A New Black Ops Secret Revealed
Today's MoreNews presents 8 links to interesting reports around the web. Some of the reports that we're covering today include: Big hedge funds fueled fourth-quarter dive in Apple shares, Siri Creator SRI Spins off a New Virtual Assistant and a video about a wild special ops helicopter.
Patently Apple's MoreNews section is generally about delivering links to interesting news stories on Apple, new technologies, products or people making news today. On occasion, it's just about having a little fun. We hope that you'll enjoy our selection today.
Read: Big hedge funds fueled fourth-quarter dive in Apple shares
"Some of the biggest hedge funds that helped make Apple a stock market darling lost faith and dumped their stakes in the fourth quarter, fueling the massive drop in the iPhone maker's share price."
Read: Siri Creator SRI Spins Off a New Virtual Assistant
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Read: What Apple Might Learn from Samsung
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Read: Samsung Is Planning an 'Enormous' Launch for Its Next Big Phone, the S4
Read: Being Watched While You Watch TV: What's So Creepy?
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It's Called the Black Hornet: The Tiniest Surveillance Helicopter in the World
Sergeant Carl James Boyd of the 1st Royal Regiment of Fusiliers demonstrates how the Norwegian-designed Black Hornet Nano will be used by troops on the front line in Afghanistan. Although it's a little difficult to understand Sgt. Boyd at times, the Black Hornet speaks for itself.
While it's definitely cool like a James Bond gadget, we understand all too well that such devices will eventually be added to Big Brother's future arsenal of spy gear.
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