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‘Let’s try that again…’ iPhone X facial recognition fails at launch – video
The iPhone X’s facial recognition system fails at the unveiling of the latest handset on Tuesday in California. Apple VP of Software Engineering Craig Federighi had to switch to a backup phone in order to demonstrate the face-unlocking feature Continue (...)
[The Guardian]

Is Elon Musk's plan for a road network beneath LA more than a pipe dream?
Cities attract wild ideas, from Qinhuangdao’s straddling bus to London’s bike lanes in the sky. As Musk’s Boring Company starts tunnelling, could his plans for underground roads and Hyperloop trains prove the doubters wrong? In early August, the city council of Hawthorne, California, held a (...)
[The Guardian]

Apple: expect a radical iPhone redesign for its 10th anniversary
On 12 September Tim Cook’s company will hold its first event at the new Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino, California. Here’s what they will (probably) talk about Apple will hold a press event on 12 September to unveil its much anticipated new iPhones, which are expected to introduce a whole new (...)
[The Guardian]

Samsung gets self-driving car permit in California
The hi-tech firm will use the permit to test control systems for driverless cars.
[BBC News]

Samsung gets self-driving car permit in California
The hi-tech firm will use the permit to test control systems for driverless cars.
[BBC]

New bill seeks to curb tech's sexual harassment problem
California state senator Hannah-Beth Jackson is planning to introduce a bill early next week to deter investors from taking advantage of entrepreneurs pitching them for funding.
[CNN Money]

Investment in TrackR, Inc.
NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Inc. (headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan; President & CEO, Toshiki Nakayama), has invested in TrackR, Inc. (headquartered in Santa Barbara, California; CEO, Chris Herbert), a U.S.-based start-up company that provides BLE*1 item tracking devices for location (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Investment in TrackR, Inc.
NTT DOCOMO Ventures, Inc. (headquartered in Minato-ku, Tokyo, Japan; President & CEO, Toshiki Nakayama), has invested in TrackR, Inc. (headquartered in Santa Barbara, California; CEO, Chris Herbert), a U.S.-based start-up company that provides BLE*1 item tracking devices for location (...)
[WebWire High tech security]

Drones use wi-fi for 3D mapping to 'see' through walls
The University of California is using wi-fi enabled drones to create a system of 3D imaging.
[BBC]

Drones use wi-fi for 3D mapping to 'see' through walls
The University of California is using wi-fi enabled drones to create a system of 3D imaging.
[BBC News]

Kingdom Hearts 3: the RPG that crosses Disney and Final Fantasy
In 2002 a game depicting Mickey Mouse and pals threatened by an evil force was a surprise hit. Can the latest Toy Story-themed instalment provide the magic fans crave? When Disney held its annual D23 fan convention in Anaheim, California, last week, news was dominated by the announcement of new (...)
[The Guardian]

The construction of Apple Park in California – video
Apple’s new 175-acre California campus was envisioned by Steve Jobs as a centre for creativity and collaboration. Apple claims it will be the ‘greenest building on the planet’. It consists of 5 million square feet of asphalt and concrete with grassy fields and over 9,000 native and (...)
[The Guardian]

The billion-dollar palaces of Apple, Facebook and Google
From California to London, the tech giants are employing top architects to build spectacular symbols of their immense global power. But they have their critics… We know by now that the internet is a giant playpen, a landscape of toys, distractions and instant gratification, of chirps and squeaks (...)
[The Guardian]

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