Marketplace Tech Report for Friday, July 6, 2012

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Rumor has it Apple is getting ready to unveil a new iPad that's smaller and cheaper than existing models. As Google and Microsoft come out with their own smaller models, Apple could be looking to snuff out challenges from these other significant rivals. Plus, researchers at Google X have built an artificial brain made up of 16,000 connected processors. And according to a recent study, one in four women intentionally post unflattering photos of other females on Facebook.
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A newer, tinier iPad is said to be on the way

Apple looks to compete with Microsoft's and Google's smaller tablet models. Also, Google builds a robot brain that becomes keen on cat videos, and women post unflattering pictures of each other on Facebook.
Posted In: apple, iPad, Google, YouTube, cat videos, Facebook

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