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  • An Apple TV app from Amazon would be particularly interesting because Amazon dropped sales of Apple TV devices in October.

  • Faceshift's technology, which creates animated avatars and characters, has been used in movies such as Star Wars, according to reports.

  • Black Friday is the most important shopping day of the year for retailers, but it's also a big day for shoppers. Consumers around the U.S. will be searching online and in stores for bargains on everything from electronics to toys. Many shoppers try to set up shopping plan that will help them find the right gifts for their favorite people while perhaps reducing the amount of time they devote to this holiday chore. But in recent years, thanks in large part to the ubiquity of smartphones, mobile apps have become useful tools to help people find the right gifts for the right prices. In fact, some of the savvier shoppers have increasingly turned to their iPhones to tell them where to go, compare prices in-store and help them find the best available deals. This slide show highlights some of the iOS apps those shoppers use as they go online or head to stores on Black Friday. Read on to find out which apps, all available in Apple's App Store, will help shoppers find the best discounts, avoid huge crowds and perhaps free up some time to actually relax during the holidays.

  • The Q Founder, which has a touch-screen display and runs on Android Wear, is being sold in selected Fossil stores and at

  • From smartphones to tablets and more, the four major carriers have some deals worth looking at for Black Friday and Cyber Monday shopping.

  • Square launched its latest card readers, which work with Apple Pay and accept security chip-embedded credit cards.

  • The iPhone 6s is the most successful smartphone line Apple has released to date. Yet late in 2016, Apple is due to release the next-generation iPhone. Apple, of course, hasn't confirmed that it is actually working on a new iPhone, but the company has spent the past decade launching new handsets each year, and 2016 is unlikely to be any different. Despite attempts to keep its plans secret, rumors are circulating on the tech grapevine that Apple will continue its practice of introducing a new-generation smartphone every other year. And, yes, the next model is sure to be named iPhone 7. Those same rumors say that the device could come with everything from a new processor to a few features we've yet to see in an Apple smartphone. This slide show covers what we will likely see and not see in the next-generation iPhone. Much of the following comes from mobile market chatter, but as recent launches have shown, the rumor mill isn't as far off as it once was. So, it shouldn't be a surprise when many of the features we discuss find their way to the iPhone 7.

  • Apple says it is looking into a problem with its new iPad Pro tablet that makes the device unresponsive to user inputs after charging.

  • The Movado Motion starts at $995 in men's or women's models, while the Movado BOLD Motion unisex timepiece is priced at $695.

  • Get ready for split-screen productivity. Microsoft updates its Office apps to take advantage of the new iPad Pro's multitasking capabilities.

  • For $50 a month, Karma users can now get unlimited WiFi, or they can continue to buy it in smaller pay-as-you-use-it packages.

  • The Pebble Time Round starts at $249 and will be available with a wide range of finishes and band options and in different sizes.

  • By selling the sapphire machines, now-bankrupt supplier GT Advanced Technologies will then try to repay a $439 million loan from Apple.

  • Under the deals, T-Mobile customers can now get the devices through monthly lease payments that are added to their mobile accounts.

  • Users of the mobile apps will soon see a wider range of useful information on friends, places and more in the notifications tab of the apps.

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