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Here in the US, the technology has yet to be made legal, though vehicles are already being sold with video screens that replace the center rearview mirror. The digital mirrors will make their debut on the new ES, which will go on sale in late October. According to Lexus, they also give the driver an expanded view of the car's surrounding area by augmenting the display during cornering or reversing.
  • Last-minute iPhone leaks pop-up before Apple's event

    Last-minute iPhone leaks pop-up before Apple's event

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    A product sitemap XML file, first discovered by ATH before being removed by Apple, contains a long list of URLs for upcoming Apple products. As ATH reports , someone at Apple chose to update the product sitemap file on Apple.com, presumably as part of the preparations for the new smartphones being revealed at the Apple iPhone event kicking off at 1pm ET today.
  • Mac App Store apps caught stealing user data

    Mac App Store apps caught stealing user data

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    The apps offered by this developer includes Dr. Unarchiver, Dr. As a result, Trend Micro states it removed this feature that collected users' browser history. "We have learned that browser collection functionality was designed in common across a few of our applications and then deployed the same way for both security-oriented as well as the non-security oriented apps such as the ones in discussion".
  • There could be a Pixel 3 XL with no notch, no chin

    There could be a Pixel 3 XL with no notch, no chin

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    The Google Pixel 3 and Pixel 3 XL have probably been the worst kept secret of 2018. The search engine company Google has started sending media invoices to this event in New York City. Lately, the Pixel 3 XL has been leaked several times in the past few weeks. The back of the device is similar to that of the Pixel 3XL, but it looks like a completely different phone when viewed at the front.
  • Apple expected to unveil bigger, pricier iPhone today

    Apple expected to unveil bigger, pricier iPhone today

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    That's why it's a bit surprising that Apple has made a decision to livestream its iPhone XS launch on the platform this year, as first reported by TechCrunch . The iPhone XS Plus is expected to be the same but with a bigger 6.5-inch AMOLED screen and a bigger battery. Still given that rupee is very weak against dollar right now, expect the price of above Rs 1 lakh for the iPhone XS Plus.
  • This may be our first look at OnePlus 6T in flesh

    This may be our first look at OnePlus 6T in flesh

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    OnePlus also recently posted the teaser of the feature on Twitter. Along with confirming the presence of an in-display fingerprint sensor, a screenshot of the OnePlus 6T lockscreen has revealed the smartphone's launch date. On the other hand, I feel that the in-display fingerprint sensor gives you the freedom of unlocking the phone without lifting it from the table. It's no surprise, then, that OnePlus will unveil its first device with that feature soon.
  • Tesla Cuts Number of Car Paint Options Available to Boost Productivity

    Tesla Cuts Number of Car Paint Options Available to Boost Productivity

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    Tesla's stock prices dropped following Musk's appearance on the podcast. You get seven color choices when you buy a Tesla - but Elon Musk is ditching two on Wednesday to simplify manufacturing. The shares ( TSLA ) rebounded Monday before the start of regular trading, rising 2.5 percent to $269.70. He will oversee all "automotive operations and program management" and also coordinate the entire Tesla automotive supply chain.
  • Apple iPhone launch: Everything you need to know

    Apple iPhone launch: Everything you need to know

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    So far, we already know that both of the premium OLED iPhones - the 5.8-inch and the 6.5-inch models - will be called the iPhone Xs , and the iPhone Xs Max . Even though you hoped for a cheaper price as the budget term implies, the iPhone 9 is still an Apple product and an iPhone so in concordance with the company's pricing plan, we do not think the iPhone 9 can be cheaper than €799 (£713.83).
  • EA refuses to back down on loot box ban in Belgium

    EA refuses to back down on loot box ban in Belgium

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    Belgium was one location that decided yes, they are, but EA has refused to comply with its new ruling. People can still buy loot boxes in " FIFA 18 ", Metro said , and " FIFA 19 " will have them as well when it launches later this month.
  • IPhone 9 is not the name for Apple's 6.1-inch handset

    IPhone 9 is not the name for Apple's 6.1-inch handset

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    But if you thought the names " iPhone XS" and " iPhone XS Max " were already cringe-worthy, the colorful " iPhone Xc " might have something to upset hopefuls more than just its name. Lastly, there will be an affordable version of the iPhone launching this year. Now you might be wondering if Apple is going with in-display fingerprint scanners.
  • Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stake Boosted by Fairfield Bush & CO

    Apple Inc. (AAPL) Stake Boosted by Fairfield Bush & CO

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    Previous rumours have suggested that this model may actually be called the XS Max, so I guess we'll see if either turn out to be right. A sprint from a presentation posted on social media means that the 6.1-crawl LCD iPhone will possible be known as the " iPhone XC ", and is casting aside discussions that the higher OLED iPhone will possible be known as the " iPhone XS Max ".
  • The Black Ops 4 Blackout Gameplay Trailer Actually Looks Pretty Good

    The Black Ops 4 Blackout Gameplay Trailer Actually Looks Pretty Good

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    Activision and Treyarch will be holding a Blackout-specific beta later this month. And as you can see, there's a lot to do - and a whole bunch of chaos to cause. The beta is set to kick off on September 10 exclusively for PlayStation 4 owners, as part of a private beta for those that pre-ordered the game. The Blackout mode stays true to Treyarch's promise to include land, sea, and air vehicles, as ATVs, helicopters, trucks, and tactical rafts are scattered throughout.
  • Fortnite Now Has Its Own Monopoly Board

    Fortnite Now Has Its Own Monopoly Board

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    Just like Microsoft did with Minecraft , we can definitely expect Epic to license out the Fortnite brand in a variety of merchandising deals, and one of the first one of those was just announced. Dice: On your turn roll both dice (movement and action) then decide which to resolve first. Fortnite is a free-to-play action-shooter video game developed and published by Epic Games that boasts more than 125 million players worldwide.
  • Google Pixel launch event

    Google Pixel launch event

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    The third consecutive Google hardware launch will take place at Spring Street Studios in NYC with doors opening at 10 a.m. EST and the presentation following at 11. The company has already said that it won't release its own smartwatch this year. The original Pixel Buds might also get the successor on October 9th.
  • Introducing the All-New Amazon Fire HD 8

    Introducing the All-New Amazon Fire HD 8

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    The tablet supports Show Mode , which offers full-screen visuals to complement Alexa voice responses. The reason is because of the Fire HD 8's other new feature: always-on hands-free Alexa. You can ask Alexa questions about the weather or the sports scores and the tablet screen will react accordingly, even if it's locked. Both variants come in four colour options, including Black, Marine Blue, Punch Red, and Canary Yellow.
  • The Nokia X7 is shown in first official render

    The Nokia X7 is shown in first official render

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    While all these leaks should be taken with a grain of salt, it certainly would be interesting to the effect a smartphone with 5 lenses would have on the wider device market. Another asked, "Any manufacturers making a phone with cameras laid out like the Big Dipper?" You can see that the camera set up is very different from what we have seen on the Nokia-brand phones so far, though the Zeiss optics branding is still present there.
  • Fortnite Patch 5.40's Heist Challenge Forces Players Out of the Bushes

    Fortnite Patch 5.40's Heist Challenge Forces Players Out of the Bushes

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    However, the challenges to unlock the new Tomatohead style were pretty bland, and it looks like Epic Games have spiced things up a bit for the High Stakes event . You're gonna need the right gear for a job like this. By competing in a series of challenges, most of which involve playing and being good at the new Getaway mode, you can unlock some cool new skins, gliders, pickaxes, and other cosmetics.
  • Microsoft Flights New Windows 10 19H1 Build

    Microsoft Flights New Windows 10 19H1 Build

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    The program will just be available to users of the Windows 7 Professional and Enterprise editions that have volume licensing agreements (which require having five or more users or devices). Microsoft will offer discounts to organizations that also have Software Assurance coverage. It wasn't able to drop support for XP until April of 2014 when the OS was nearly 13 years old.
  • Write Whatever You Want to Write - Isco Slams Journalist

    Write Whatever You Want to Write - Isco Slams Journalist

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    With the retirement of Andres Iniesta and Gerard Pique, it will be a new-look Spain under Enrique, who has omitted Atletico Madrid midfielder Koke and Barca left-back Jordi Alba. We have ambition and we have to demonstrate that, we want the world to fall in love with the team again. Ramos said it has been an intense first week working with the new coach ahead of their opening Nations League game in League A, Group 4.
  • IPhone XS Max could be Apple's biggest phone yet

    IPhone XS Max could be Apple's biggest phone yet

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    The 6.1-inch iPhone is expected to be built out of aluminium, instead of stainless steel which will be used with the other two. "So, we do not expect significant growth in iPhone unit volume...[but] we expect the new LCD iPhone to price at a premium to the blended ASP for the iPhone 8/8+ and for the new larger OLED iPhone to price at a premium to the current iPhone X.
  • Samsung To Invest $22 Billion In New Tech

    Samsung To Invest $22 Billion In New Tech

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    The stylus pen of Samsung's phablets has been evolving since the company showcased the original Galaxy Note in 2011. It also sports two storage variants, 128GB internal storage for the base variant, priced at INR 67,900, and 512GB built-in storage for the higher-end version, with support for 512GB micro SD card, priced at INR 84,900.
  • Jack Ma plans to step down from Alibaba on Monday

    Jack Ma plans to step down from Alibaba on Monday

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    Ma will turn 54 years old on Monday, the day he is retiring. This will be a big change of guard for the $420 billion dollar Chinese internet company. Mr Ma told the New York Times that his decision to stand down was not the end of an era but "the beginning of an era" and that he "loved" education.
  • Elon Musk And Joe Rogan Smoke Marijuana During Live Podcast Interview

    Elon Musk And Joe Rogan Smoke Marijuana During Live Podcast Interview

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    That interview - coupled with the abrupt departure of the company's chief accounting officer - pushed Tesla's stock further into the red on Friday, with it falling more than 6 percent to $262.28 per share. For starters, there's the looming SEC investigation which Musk brought upon himself by tweeting about taking Tesla private. Morton and Toledano, whose departures come shortly after the U.S.
  • Skype finally introduces call recording

    Skype finally introduces call recording

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    Microsoft's Skype team has announced that it has started rolling out call recording across its Android, iOS and desktop apps. After you click that option you need to select " start recording ". When Skype begins to record, it notifies all participants with a banner at the top of the screen displaying a recording symbol and the length of the recording.