Top Tech Stories of the Day: Signed Apple 1, Other Relics in Christie's Auction

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Top Tech Stories of the Day: Signed Apple 1, Other Relics in Christie's Auction

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Pull out your checkbook (or your PayPal account), all you die-hard Apple fanatics. Just weeks after a working Apple 1 sold at auction in Europe for more than $600,000, another prototype of the original Apples constructed in Steve Jobs' parents' garage and designed by Steve Wozniak is up for bid, this time by Christie's in an online-only auction. One aspect of the Windows 8.1 update is the new Food and Drink app. The app provides easy access to recipes, ingredients, grocery lists and more, but it also uses your device?s camera to operate a hands-free mode that lets you scroll through recipe steps with swipe gestures that don?t require touching the actual screen Verizon seems to have heard enough about studies showing that AT&T's LTE network is the fastest in the United States. Bloomberg reports that Verizon "is planning a sweeping upgrade of its network this year after surging congestion and deteriorating speed allowed AT&T?to close the gap on service quality

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