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Ancient wall carvings discovered in Saudi Arabia might be the earliest evidence of very good boys

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Dogs are such ubiquitous parts of modern life that it's sometimes easy to forget that man's best friend wasn't always by our sides. Humans are thought to have begun domesticating dogs around 15,000 years ago, but evidence of the earliest centuries of the human/canine partnership remains hard to come by. Now, newly discovered stone carvings in Saudi Arabia reveal some interesting tidbits about ancient man's attempts at canine domestication, and are thought to be some of the very first drawings of very good boys ever etched by humans.

Researchers from the max Planck University and the Saudi Commission for Tourism & National Heritage have been studying the carvings in an attempt to accurately date them. At present, the crude drawings are thought to be around 9,000 years old. The etchings depict hunters with canine companions, and there's one thing in particular that is especially interesting: the very first possible evidence of dog leashes.

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Apple has an awesome Black Friday sale on HD movies

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Streaming services like Netflix may be taking over the world, but some people still enjoy the old fashioned pastime of actually buying movies. And with good reason, the selection of movies available via sites like Netflix and Amazon aren't as varied as they used to be as the push to develop original content becomes even stronger.

So if you're in the camp of folks who still rely on iTunes for your movie-watching needs, Apple right now has a pretty awesome Black Friday sale where you can purchase some great HD films for just $4.99. If you're a movie buff, this is definitely something you'll want to explore and take advantage of as the $4.99 price will only be around for a limited time.

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Apple acquires AR startup Vrvana for $30M as it continues work on its own AR headset

According to a new report from TechCrunch, Apple recently acquired a virtual/augmented reality startup out of Montreal, Canada called Vrvana. The deal was worth radon $30 million, the report says.

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iMac Pro might ship with an advanced theft detection that can’t be disabled

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When it launches, the iMac Pro will be the most powerful Mac ever built. The new iMac is also supposed to be incredibly expensive, starting at $4,999, which means that some people out there would be interested in stealing such high-prized possessions. It might not be as convenient as stealing MacBooks, but it’s still a theoretical risk.

A new report says that Apple may build some sort of Find My iMac Pro feature inside this particular desktop to prevent thefts.

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Apple reportedly acquires Canadian AR headset startup Vrvana for $30M

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Amid rumors claiming Apple is working on a branded augmented reality headset, a report on Tuesday claims the tech giant has bolstered its AR hardware team with the purchase Canadian startup Vrvana.

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