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iPhone hackers claim $1M, Google's Chrome OS plan & more - Pocketnow Daily

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- Google shuts down rumors of Chrome OS merging with Android
- Google NYC retail store plans may finally be over
- Apple patents a way to bring Force Touch to keyboards
- Microsoft addresses Surface Book and Pro 4 bugs with firmware update
- iOS hackers claim a $1M bounty for pulling off a “zero day” jailbreak
Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about Google's confirmation of what we can expect from Chrome OS and Android. Then we talk about Google's plan for a possible NYC retail store. Apple follows as we learn of a new patent that could bring Force Touch technology to keyboards. Then we discuss the way Microsoft has addressed the screen issues on the Surface Book. We end today's show talking about how iOS hackers claimed $1M for hacking iOS 9 remotely.
All this and more after the break.
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