Last year in tech: 2017 edition

Fidget spinners, iPhone X, tons of hacks, and all the important tech stuff from this past year. Magic Leap Goggles We have seen some things. Oh my, have we seen some things. Magic Leap Year-end wrap-ups are the best. We get to sit here in our new holiday pajamas and dish out harsh judgments on everything… Please follow and like us:

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Is the iPhone X racist? Apple’s Face ID Failed in China

A Chinese woman, identified only by her surname Yan, was offered two refunds from Apple for her new iPhone X, as the AI-powered facial recognition technology was unable to tell her and her other Chinese colleague apart. Yan from Nanjing in east China, told local news outlet the Jiangsu Broadcasting Corporation that despite personally activating and… Please follow and like us:

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Why Bitcoin’s Price Will Be Valued At $150,000 By The End Of 2018

Within my daily social life, I often ask people if they know about Bitcoin. For the last few years, most of the responses I received were either “No,” or “Isn’t that what people use for illegal activities?” But towards the end of this year, something changed. People started asking me, “How do I buy it?” and… Please follow and like us:

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Qualcomm Trying To Get iPhone X Banned In US

A new set of legal filings from telecommunications equipment maker Qualcomm in its ongoing court battle with Apple will seek to ban the sale of iPhone X offered by multiple carriers in the United States. According to the three new lawsuits filed by the company this week, Qualcomm has accused Apple of infringing on 16 separate… Please follow and like us:

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Hate Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google? Get in Line

All of the sudden our tech giants find themselves in a PR pickle: They are posting record earnings and seem unstoppable in business, but they desperately need to convince the public they’re not scarier than a pack of velociraptors on meth. Even people you’d expect to be all rah-rah about Alphabet, Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Microsoft—five… Please follow and like us:

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iPhone X Listed on Ebay for $10,000 After Supply Issues

Apple’s most expensive ever iPhone just became even more expensive after pre-order delays for the iPhone X led to listings at hugely inflated prices on the online auction site eBay. Within minutes of pre-orders of the iPhone X opening on Apple’s website, delivery times rose to five to six weeks. Shortly afterward, early orders that will… Please follow and like us:

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Even Steve Wozniak Is Skeptical About The iPhone X

Apple’s co-founder Steve Wozniak says the new iPhone X is the first edition of the long-running smartphone that he will not buy on launch day. Speaking at the Money 20/20 in remarks quoted by CNBC, Wozniak said: “I’d rather wait and watch that one. I’m happy with my iPhone 8—which is the same as the iPhone… Please follow and like us:

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Apple stock hit hard by negative iPhone 8 sales rumors – again

WASHINGTON, October 20, 2017 – Some sort of market correction finally began to happen Thursday morning. The Dow plummeted sharply after the 9:30 a.m. (ET) opening bell on Wall Street, quickly dropping 100 + points in a wave of selling. Apple (symbol: AAPL) shares – currently down around $4.50 per share (-2.5 percent) – have led… Please follow and like us:

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Tech Dominates Overweight Stocks List But Guess Which One’s Not On It

This week brings the end of the third quarter, which means that some fund managers may be rebalancing their portfolios for the end of the quarter. Major technology names have long been favorites of active fund managers, and this year has especially been a roaring year for most of them. As a result, it comes as… Please follow and like us:

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The iPhone X’s face unlock and the fifth amendment don’t mix

The new iPhone X is shining a light on a Fifth Amendment debate. iPhone X includes a facial recognition option for locking and unlocking one’s phone. Depositphotos Earlier this week, Apple unveiled its new flagship smartphone, the iPhone X. Its marquis feature is a front-facing array of sensors it calls the TrueDepth camera, designed to recognize… Please follow and like us:

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Apple unveils iPhone X; 10th-anniversary model starts at $999

CUPERTINO, Calif. — Ten years ago, Steve Jobs stepped onto the stage at the Moscone convention center in San Francisco to unveil the iPhone, not fully knowing its transformational power for Apple, Silicon Valley, the internet and the world. On Tuesday, his successor, Tim Cook, unveiled Apple’s latest model, the iPhone X, in a state-of-the-art Cupertino… Please follow and like us:

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