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Face ID out, “Apple Ring” in! Google might hold the secret to the next huge iPhone innovation?

When Apple first introduced its advanced 3D face unlocking technology as part of the iPhone X back in 2017, there was a lot not to like about it… Face ID was slower to unlock your iPhone than Touch ID; it didn’t work when you looked at your phone off an angle, and it took up …

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Stack Trace From The 1950s Punches Again

This repair/tutorial video by the Telephone Connections Museum of Seattle features an amazing piece of electro-mechanical technology from the 1950s — the 5XB trouble recorder. Museum volunteer Sarah the “Switch Witch” has a deep passion for old phone equipment, and gives an excellent description of the trouble recorder, the problems it solved, how it works, …

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Top Stories: M2 Max Benchmark Leak, iPhone 15 Camera Rumor, and More

With Black Friday and Cyber ​​Week shopping events winding down and the calendar flipping over to December, our attention is starting to turn to 2023 and all of the Apple news we’re expecting to see. This week saw an alleged benchmark leak for an “M2 Max” chip expected to make an appearance in upcoming Macs …

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Linux 6.1 Lands Revert For “Huge Performance Regressions” From Three Lines Of Code

Ahead of the Linux 6.1-rc8 kernel that Linus Torvalds is expected to issue shortly rather than going straight to Linux 6.1 stable, a revert for a small change leading to “huge performance regression” in select areas has fortunately been caught and reverted. For the Linux 6.1 merge window was a memory management change to align …

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Synology’s upcoming big DSM 7.2 update is filled with long-awaited features

Whenever we talk about Synology, its top consumer NAS enclosures usually come to mind. While the hardware does play an important role in network storage, it’s the software that defines your experience. And Synology’s DiskStation Manager (DSM) is among the most feature-packed NAS operating systems out there. After its major facelift last year, DSM 7.2 …

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Quest 3 will be evolution instead of revolution

Image: Meta/MIXED Der Artikel kann nur mit aktiviertem JavaScript dargestellt werden. Bitte aktiviere JavaScript in deinem Browser und lade die Seite neu. Meta Quest 3 is coming in 2023, that much is certain. You shouldn’t expect a technical revolution, though. That’s a good thing. In October, Mark Zuckerberg announced that the “next generation of our …

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Kuo: Apple Headset Shipments Potentially Delayed Until Second Half of 2023

Mass shipments of Apple’s long-rumored AR/VR headset may be delayed until the second half of 2023 due to unspecified “software-related issues,” according to the latest information shared today by tech analyst Ming-Chi Kuo. Apple headset render by Ian Zelbo Kuo said mass shipments of components for the headset are still likely to begin in the …

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Valve is giving away one Steam Deck “every minute” at The Game Awards

Valve is giving away a Steam Deck “every minute” during the upcoming The Game Awards. The giveaway will take place on December 9th (UK time) and is open to entrants from countries where the handheld system is sold, namely the US, Canada, UK, and the EU. “In celebration of The Game Awards, Steam Deck now …

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