Early reviews confirm that the iPhone 6 Plus has the same 1GB RAM as the iPhone 6. It had been suggested by some that the 5.5-inch model might have a higher spec, with 2GB RAM.

They reveal that both models of the iPhone 6 have identical specs bar the display, battery and optical stabilisation in the camera of the larger model (the 4.7-inch model having only electronic stabilisation) … 

It’s not a surprising finding: Apple tends to be conservative with RAM, and it makes obvious production sense to have as many components in possible in common between the two models. It will, though, disappoint those who like to have multiple Safari tabs open and to switch back and forth between them without the pages refreshing.

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Following its partnership in the US, online fashion retailers Net-A-Porter and Mr Porter have teamed up with Google once again to offer its ‘computer on your face’ Google Glass wearable in the UK. As before, you can choose from five different bundles on Net-A-Porter that combine a set of stylish frames with some clip-on shades. All of the frames were designed by Diane von Furstenberg (DVF) and come in pastel colors such as Shiny Elderberry, Shiny Lagoon, Matte Java, Matte Ice and Shiny Ink. The shades, also designed by DVF, attach to the original Google Glass Explorer Edition frames, which presumably...

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Netbiscuits, the Germany-based provider of analytics tools for the mobile web, has appointed a new CEO. Daniel Weisbeck, the company’s COO and CMO, is taking over the top spot from Michael Neidhoefer, who will “pursue other entrepreneurial activities” while staying on the Netbiscuits board of directors […]

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