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Hands-on with Apple’s new iPhone X, Face ID, and more [Video]

Today following Apple’s introduction of the new iPhone X alongside the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus, we got some hands-on time with the device and gleaned a few details you didn’t see on stage.

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Jordan Kahn

September 12th

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The Autonomous Teleport kit lets you relive memories like you’re there again

3D Camera and VR Headset Bundle

Billions of photos and videos are captured on smartphones each year, and people love to flip through them and relive their memories. But what if you could relive them as if you… were actually reliving them? The Autonomous Teleport Virtual Reality Kit attaches to any Android smartphone and packs two cameras that record video in 3D. Then you can use the included VR headset to immerse yourself in the memories you made days, weeks, or even years ago.

Here’s what you need to know from the product page:

* Teleport VR Kit lets you capture and relive the best moments of your life through the power of VR
* Create your own VR 3D videos and enjoy it easily
* Works with Android only
* Step into Teleport VR Headset to relive those memories you've captured.
* The Teleport VR Headset can fit any phone sizes from 3" to 6"

Autonomous Teleport Virtual Reality Kit (Includes: Teleport VR Camera and Teleport VR Headset,…: $197.00

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Maren Estrada

September 12th

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Apple releases iTunes 12.7 to the public with iOS 11 support, simplified content types, more

Following its event earlier today, Apple this evening has released iTunes 12.7 with a variety of enhancements to the public. The update brings new features such as new social capabilities for Apple Music, support for iOS 11 devices, and more.

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Chance Miller

September 12th

Apple

Mac

Modular, self-healing robot swarms are definitely a great idea

 Robots are going to have to work together if they want to destroy us, their soft, fallible masters. But the current paradigm of having a Skynet-like (or rather, Zerglike) overmind control a set of semi-autonomous drones is too easy to beat — take out the brain and the rest fail, right? Not if they’re all the brain, which is the idea demonstrated in a wonderful new paper in Nature. Read More

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Devin Coldewey

September 12th

Gadgets

Apple’s LTE-enabled Watch could be a wearable watershed moment

 Apple’s Series 3 smartwatch may look the same on the outside as the previous generation, but what they have inside might help kick the somewhat sleepy wearable category into high gear. To be clear, Apple isn’t the first to put cellular connectivity into a smartwatch — but it is the first to put it into a good smartwatch. Read More

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Darrell Etherington

September 12th

Apple

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Mobile

Here’s how much the iPhone X will cost you with carrier financing

Apple today officially took the wraps off of its all-new iPhone X, and as we expected, it’s the company’s most expensive iPhone to date. At full price, the iPhone X costs $999 for 64GB and $1149 for 256GB.

Many carriers, however, have moved away from subsidized and outright pricing models, focusing instead installment programs. Needless to say, these programs make the price of the iPhone X slightly less intimidating…

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Chance Miller

September 12th

Apple

Mac

iPhone X hands-on roundup: Apple’s big upgrade is a hit

iPhone X features, hands on vs iPhone 8

After months of leaks and an endless waterfall of rumors, the iPhone X is finally here. A handful of journalists have already had a hands-on opportunity at Apple's launch event in Cupertino, and the impressions of the iPhone X and Face ID are about as positive as you'd expect.

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Chris Mills

September 12th

Apple

Mobile

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is already breaking records

Galaxy Note 8

It's funny how quickly things move in the tech world. About a year ago, Samsung issued a formal recall for the Note 7 amid widespread reports that the device was prone to spontaneously catching fire and exploding. By early October, Samsung essentially conceded that the Note 7 had a faulty design and ceased production entirely. Without exaggeration, Samsung's Note 7 fiasco represented the worst PR nightmare the mobile market had ever seen. In turn, some naturally wondered if Samsung would be able to withstand an avalanche of negative press and actually convince users to buy Samsung devices in the future.

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Yoni Heisler

September 12th

Mobile

iPhone X blows its very first Face ID opportunity live on stage

face id failure

The iPhone X if officially Apples next top-of-the-line smartphone, and it makes some seriously radical changes to how users will actually interact with their iPhones. With no more home button, the device will instead rely on a new facial scanning biometric feature called Face ID. The technology behind it is complex, and Apple boasts that it's incredibly secure and remarkably accurate. Naturally, if you're replacing a system as widely-used as Touch ID, the system better work flawlessly. Unfortunately, when Apple's Craig Federighi began the very first iPhone X live demo in front of a packed house and countless viewers watching online... it stumbled.

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Mike Wehner

September 12th

Apple

Mobile

AT&T, Verizon, Sprint, and T-Mobile to support cellular Apple Watch Series 3

Today’s announcement of the Apple Watch Series 3 with cellular support included details on how the device will function with wireless carrier plans. Apple mentioned that the phone number from the iPhone will remain the same and be usable on the Watch.

There is one obvious caveat though: to get the cellular functionality of your Watch, you may be required to pay an additional fee to your carrier. Only AT&T and Verizon have officially announced their price points as of today, but we’re expecting to learn more from other carriers soon.

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Greg Barbosa

September 12th

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