MOBILE, Ala. - Taking group pictures with your smart phone just got fancier! A new iPhone app is letting the photographer "get in" on the group shot.
It's called "Groopic ". Using the app, the photographer snaps a group picture. Then, one person from the group steps out and takes another picture with the original photographer in the shot. That's when the Groopic app does its magic and combines the two pictures into one. It's $1.99 in the app store.
Apple is being accused of price-fixing. A federal judge ruled that Apple was the ring leader in a plan to raise the prices of e-books, by letting publishers set their own prices, and giving Apple 30 percent of the online sale. Apple says it will appeal the ruling.
This is one of those smart-phones-gone-wrong stories! A family in Oregon ended up with a 51-year-old classic after their 14-month-old toddler bought a car on Ebay. Little "Sorella" was playing around with her dad's phone when she opened the Ebay app. She was clicking around and ended up buying a 1962 Austin Healey Sprite for $225 dollars. Her dad got an email notification congratulating him on his new purchase.
He says he'd like to restore the car, and give it to Sorella for her 16th birthday or graduation.
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