MOBILE, Ala. - It's a big day for Apple fans. The company is set to unveil two new iPhones.
The announcement is set for noon our time. One of the new versions is the iPhone 5S. It's rumored to have a better camera and battery, and possibly a finger-print scanner for security.
The other is the iPhone C. That one is expected to be a cheaper iPhone that comes in different colors. We'll keep you updated on today's big press event.
Instagram has reason to celebrate. Over 150-million of you are actively using the site. This doubles the amount from February and putting it on the heels of its main competitor Twitter, which has 200-million users as of March this year.
Last year, Facebook bought Instagram for one billion dollars while Instagram had 22 million users. Executive Emily White announced Instagram will have advertisements within a year.
Facebook is working to make friends and not alienate people. The social giant now pausing its effort to put video advertisements in its news feed.
The ads would be short and auto-play without sound when users scroll over them. But Facebook and Wall Street worry they'd be unpopular.
That's your Daily Tech.
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MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley is scheduled to take part in a ceremony paying tribute to fallen soldiers and those on active duty.