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10-Year-Old Kid Fools Face ID on Her Mom’s iPhone X

Various tests have already shown that Face ID on the iPhone X can be easily fooled if you have an identical twin or using a 3D specialised mask. Now, in a new video, a mother shows her 10-year-old son unlocking her iPhone X despite the handset being secured by Face ID. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Mozilla Releases Firefox 57 ‘Quantum’ With Major Speed Improvements and Other New Features

Mozilla today released Firefox 57 a.k.a Firefox Quantum. Based on a completely overhauled core and a revamped design, Firefox Quantum has been built from the ground up to deliver a speedy browsing experience while consuming a limited amount of resources. Mozilla is calling Quantum the biggest update to the browser since its original release in … [Read more...]

Apple Working on Custom Chip and Operating System Dubbed ‘rOS’ for Augmented Reality Headset

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A report from Bloomberg details that Apple is working on an AR headset which it hopes to get ready in 2019 so that it can be shipped as a consumer product in 2020. Unlike the existing AR and VR headsets in the market, Apple’s solution will have its own display and run on an entirely new chip and OS. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Snapchat Working on a ‘Disruptive’ Redesign of Its App

Snap Inc. today announced its Q3, 2017 earnings which paint a pretty negative picture for the company. Compared to analyst expectations of adding 8 million new users, Snapchat just added 4.5 million users for the quarter ending September.  Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Change in Apple’s Strategy Meant Most iPhone X Reviewers Got Considerably Less Time With the Device

Usually, when Apple launches a new iPhone, it provides the mainstream tech media with the device for at least a few days so that they can push their review before the device hits the market. This year though, the company took a very different approach: it provided some YouTubers with the iPhone X over a week ago and allowed them to make their … [Read more...]

iPhone X Reservations Will Open on November 4 but Not in the U.S.

Apple will start accepting reservations for the iPhone X for its walk-in customers start from November 4 but only for its customers outside of the United States. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

How To Secure an iPhone X Pre-order on October 27

The much hyped and anticipated iPhone X goes up for pre-order at the end of this week. While Apple launched the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus soon after their official unveiling in September, supply issues forced the company to launch the iPhone X later than usual. This has also adversely affected sales of the iPhone 8 as many customers are … [Read more...]

Report: Apple Lowered Face ID Component Specifications To Help Improve Yield And Boost iPhone X Production

Apple has always been known for its tight tolerances and strict quality controls. However, with the Face ID components on the iPhone X, the company had to lower component specifications to help improve their yields. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Nintendo’s Animal Crossing Pocket Camp Coming to iOS Next Month

Nintendo today provided more details about its upcoming Animal Crossing game for iOS devices: Animal Crossing Pocket Camp. The game will be making its way to iOS and Android next month. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Mac Sales Declined by 5.6 Percent in Q3 2017 as PC Market Witnesses a Slowdown

The latest numbers shared by market research firm Gartner indicates that Mac shipments declined to 4.6 million in Q3, 17 from 4.89 million in the same quarter last year. The decline comes amidst a slowdown in PC sales across the world which affected all major OEMs. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Now Selling Refurbished 2017 15-Inch MacBook Pro; Prices Start from $2,039

Apple has started selling refurbished models of the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro from its online store. Released first in June 2017, the 2017 15-inch MacBook Pro features Intel’s Kaby Lake processors. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Tim Cook Says Technology For Doing Quality Smart AR Glasses Does Not Exist

Apple has long been rumored to be working on smart AR glasses. Now, in an interview with The Independent, Tim Cook has mentioned that right now the technology simply does not exist to make a quality smart AR glasses. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

What’s New in iOS 11.1 Beta 2

Apple yesterday released the second beta of iOS 11.1 beta 2 with quite a number of new enhancements and features. This includes hundreds of new emoji and reintroduction of the 3D Touch App Switching gesture. Continue reading → … [Read more...]

Apple Finally Seems to Be Catching up to AirPods Demand as Shipping Estimates Improve to 3-5 Days

Almost a year after its release, Apple seems to be finally closing in on reaching a supply/demand balance for the AirPods. The wireless earbuds have largely been in short supply since their launch last year, with average shipping times of around a three to four weeks. Now though, shipping times of AirPods have reduced to just three to five business … [Read more...]

KGI Securities Analyst Kuo Believes iPhone 8 Poor Weekend Sales Report ‘Overdone’

KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo says that poor opening weekend sales of iPhone 8 are “overdone,” with the market being excessively negative surrounding the handsets. He says that first weekend sales of the iPhone 8 were stable and that he believes there is going to be a 50:50 split in orders between the iPhone 8 and iPhone X. … [Read more...]

Twitter Testing 280-Character Limit for Tweets

Twitter today announced that it is trying out a longer character limit of 280 characters across all languages except Japanese, Chinese, and Korean. The company is making this move based on the data it has collected which suggests that users would be able to better express themselves when they have 280 characters to write down their thoughts. … [Read more...]

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