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Apple has an autonomous car permit, but so does everyone else

Apple has an autonomous car permit, but so does everyone else

This morning it was discovered that Apple was on the list for road testing autonomous vehicle permits in California. As such, it's possible that Apple has an autonomous car hidden in a garage somewhere, hidden under a pile of rose-gold cardboard boxes so nobody can see it! Or it could mean that Apple is one of a wide variety of companies interested in getting a permit for road testing autonomous vehicles to test a piece of technology in an autonomous vehicle - something so small as a processor or as large as an electric engine.

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iPhone 8 renders reveal what the handset may look like

iPhone 8 renders reveal what the handset may look like

Designer Benjamin Geskin has published a series of high quality renders revealing what the iPhone 8 may look like, assuming many of the biggest leaks and rumors thus far are true. Geskin tasks himself with making realistic-looking renders based on such leaks, and his work is great to say the least. This time around, we see a sleek iPhone with an edge-to-edge design, no physical Touch ID, and more.

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Hover Camera Passport drone goes up for sale in Apple stores

Hover Camera Passport drone goes up for sale in Apple stores

A small camera drone from Zero Zero Robotics has launched for sale in Apple stores and through the Apple website, the company has announced. The Hover Camera Passport is a consumer-tier autonomous drone designed for consumers who want to easily capture shots of themselves from perspectives that are more interesting than the average smartphone can produce. In addition to its Apple store launch, the drone has been updated with a new interface, automated media editing, and more.

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Apple tipped to be working on non-invasive glucose monitor

Apple tipped to be working on non-invasive glucose monitor

Wearables are great for keeping track of activity and reminding us to stay fit, but they are hardly medical devices. The closest some, but not all, get is having a heart rate monitor or a blood oxygen level sensor. In the very near future, however, at least one wearable might have one more thing: a sugar level monitor. According to insider sources, Apple is probably closer anyone has ever been to creating the holy grail of the intersection of medicine and mobile technology: a glucose monitor that you can simply wear on your skin, just like an Apple Watch.

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iPhone 8 Touch ID troubles may stall Apple’s OLED plans

iPhone 8 Touch ID troubles may stall Apple’s OLED plans

The anticipated 'iPhone 8' with an OLED display has one big thing getting in its way, and that's the Touch ID fingerprint sensor -- at least according to an analyst whose research note recently became public. According to that note, the 5.8-inch iPhone, which is currently being referred to as the 'iPhone 8,' will have an edge-to-edge OLED panel, and Apple has to figure out how to embed the Touch ID beneath it. If an adequate solution isn't found relatively soon, the company may be forced to shake things up and change the position of this sensor.

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iPhone 8 vs Galaxy Note 8 : release of Apple’s beast

iPhone 8 vs Galaxy Note 8 : release of Apple’s beast

Android devices of all sorts are coming up in the world, rallying these last couple of years with features that rival even the iPhone. That's a strange thing to say as someone who's supposed to be unbiased about which smartphone is best - but looking at sales numbers, it's clear Apple's been quite dominant since 2007, while devices like Samsung's Galaxy S and Note series as well as Google's Pixel lines are coming to take a piece of the action. With the iPhone 8, otherwise known as or code-named iPhone X, Apple may show that they're not simply holding back features from power users - they've just been lying in wait.

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Qualcomm bites back at Apple over unfair licensing lawsuit

Qualcomm bites back at Apple over unfair licensing lawsuit

Qualcomm is probably the largest maker of mobile processors in the market, which pretty much means it has a large target painted on its back. It isn't a stranger to lawsuits, even those brought against it by government. But when Apple joined the fray, it took on a slightly different story. Last January, Apple sued Qualcomm for, among other things, unfair licensing costs and retaliation. Now Qualcomm is fighting back with claims of its own, saying that Apple was, in fact, the one using shady tactics to harm Qualcomm's business.

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LaptopMag says Apple no longer the top brand

LaptopMag says Apple no longer the top brand

Purchasing Apple devices has always been as much about lifestyle choices as it is a technical one. Even when there might be better alternatives available, consumers still flock to Apple partly because of the strength of its brand. That holding power, however, might be fading in the laptop market. At least if LaptopMag is to be believed. According to its Best and Worst Laptops of 2017, Apple is no longer the top laptop, having fallen from grace from #1 to #5.

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Pokemon GO update hits for early April [APK Download]

Pokemon GO update hits for early April [APK Download]

In the latest update to Pokemon GO for both Android and iOS, users will find a wide variety of updates to the UI features of the game. Included in this update are a new loading screen - part of which you'll see in the hero image of this article (slash guide). Another bit that's updated is new language support - the Traditional Chinese Support language pack is here at last! Another feature in this update shows a brand new Scroll Bar for movement between screens.

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iPad Pro Review Addendum: 1-year later, still sketchin’

iPad Pro Review Addendum: 1-year later, still sketchin’

I've officially been using the iPad Pro - the first one - for a full year. It's actually been more than a year if you count my time with my first review unit. In any case, I've been making use of a 12.9-inch original iPad Pro since March of 2016. Since then there's been no single smart device (other than a smartphone) that I've used so consistently.

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MacBook Air 13-inch gets a big price cut, is now $799 new

MacBook Air 13-inch gets a big price cut, is now $799 new

If you dream of owning a MacBook Air, now is as good a time as any to pick one up. While used and refurbished models are still the cheapest options, nothing beats buying new, and that makes Best Buy's recent price cut a great incentive. The retailer recently slashed the 13-inch MacBook Air's price down to $799 USD, and that's for a new model with 8GB of memory and an Intel i5 processor. The 'open box' models are even cheaper.

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Ollo Case for iPhone 7 brings four interchangeable lenses

Ollo Case for iPhone 7 brings four interchangeable lenses

Olloclip has announced the launch of its new ollo Case for the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, as well as add-on Connect lenses. The setup is designed for those who are serious about mobile photography and who need something more robust than the iPhone's built-in camera lens. With the case and add-on lenses, iPhone 7 owners are able to attach a large, high-quality mobile photography lens to their handset.

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