Day: September 10, 2017

Apple Park Visitor's Center Shown Off in New Images

Ahead of Tuesday’s iPhone-centric event that will see members of the media invited to Apple’s new Apple Park campus for the first time, close-up images of a nearly completed visitor’s center have surfaced. The images were snapped by a resident who lives in Cupertino and shared with TheApplePost. According to the photographer, construction crews were …

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iOS 11 GM Leak Reveals Details on Face ID, Apple Pay, Wireless Charging, and A11 Chip in iPhone X

Over the weekend, the iOS 11 golden master software leaked out, revealing a wealth of details about Apple’s unreleased devices just days ahead of their official unveiling. New tidbits continue to come to light as developers dig through the software, and today we’re hearing details on the new A11 processor in Apple’s upcoming iPhone lineup, …

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The best smart pill dispenser (so far)

By Kit Dillon This post was done in partnership with The Sweethome, a buyer's guide to the best homewares. When readers choose to buy The Sweethome's independently chosen editorial picks, it may earn affiliate commissions that support its work. Read… Source: Engadget

Enhancements Coming to Google Assistant Set to Rival Siri Improvements in iOS 11

In the run-up to the official release of iOS 11 this month, much of Apple’s focus has been on touted improvements coming to its built-in virtual assistant, Siri. Apart from becoming more naturally spoken, Siri will allow users to get real-time translation between select languages and is said to boast a greater understanding of the …

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EU countries aim to raise tech firms' taxes by targeting revenue

It's no secret that European countries want major tech firms to pay more taxes, but how will they go about that beyond collecting back taxes? By taxing the companies where they'll feel it the most, that's how. The finance ministers of France, Germany… Source: Engadget