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iPhone 8 3D sensor order tips big Apple bet on AR

iPhone 8 3D sensor order tips big Apple bet on AR

Apple is going all-in on 3D sensing, reportedly stocking up on huge quantities of components for its iPhone 8 augmented reality push. The Cupertino firm is believed to be using parts from laser sensing specialist Lumentum, which today confirmed a significant increase in demand. However, it also underscores earlier rumors that the most advanced of the features will only be in the flagship new iPhone this year.

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2018 Nissan Leaf price leaks: Undercuts Model 3 and Bolt EV

2018 Nissan Leaf price leaks: Undercuts Model 3 and Bolt EV

Details about the new 2018 Nissan Leaf continue to leak, with pricing the latest to emerge ahead of the electric car's official debut in early September. The all-new EV is expected to improve range and efficiency, as Nissan attempts to reclaim its spot at the top of the electric vehicle sales charts. Now, what appears to be a prematurely-published spec sheet has given an insight into how it might go about doing that.

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HBO hackers get serious with second leak and ransom demands

HBO hackers get serious with second leak and ransom demands

About a week ago, we caught wind of an HBO data breach where hackers made off with 1.5 terabytes of information. At the time those first details were released, the hackers behind the attack said that more leaked information was coming. Today they made good on that promise, making ransom demands of HBO to halt this trickle release of stolen data.

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New Nissan Leaf leaks: Mainstream style prompts controversy

New Nissan Leaf leaks: Mainstream style prompts controversy

Nissan may be playing it safe with the new Nissan Leaf EV, opting for uncontroversial styling as it continues to target the mass market with electric cars. The replacement for the current Leaf - which remains one of the strongest selling all-electric cars, despite its age - is expected to be officially revealed in September. However, a leak showing what's purported to be the new Leaf has prompted arguments among EV fans.

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Note 8 leak: Retail-ready phone revealed

Note 8 leak: Retail-ready phone revealed

We're inching ever closer to the reveal of the Galaxy Note 8, and as expected, the number of leaks and rumors hitting the internet seems to be on the rise. Today we're getting yet another set of leaked Note 8 photos, and this time around, those photos appear to show off a device that's ready for a retail release. Make no mistake: what we see in these images could be the very same phone that's revealed later this month.

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Apple TV 4K HDR confirmed in iOS 11 code

Apple TV 4K HDR confirmed in iOS 11 code

The 4K Apple TV with HDR has apparently been unofficially confirmed, as the inadvertently-released HomePod firmware proves to be the gift that keeps on giving. Accidentally released to developers at large, rather than just early testers for the Siri-powered streaming speaker, the iOS 11.0.2 build has already been responsible for revealing plenty of iPhone 8 secrets. Now, it's spilling Apple TV tidbits too.

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iPhone 7s leak reveals new glass back

iPhone 7s leak reveals new glass back

Almost every leak and rumor on this year's iPhone has been about the so-called "iPhone 8," or the new flagship with an OLED display that fills the front side. But we know that Apple will debut two other devices this fall: the iPhone 7s and 7s Plus, the modest upgrades and refreshes of last year's phones. Now we've got one of the first big leaks on these other two models, and it reveals a supposed dummy model for the iPhone 7s Plus featuring an all-glass back.

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Apple Watch LTE tipped for this year [Update]

Apple Watch LTE tipped for this year [Update]

Apple may finally have cracked the Apple Watch LTE battery problem, with reports that a cellularly-connected version is launching later this year. Rumors of a version of the company's smartwatch which could independently connect to cellular networks without requiring a tethered iPhone have circulated since even before the first-generation Apple Watch was released in April 2015. However, fitting sufficient power into such a device has always been a limiting factor.

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Apple AR glasses: Even the iPhone-maker isn’t sure about them

Apple AR glasses: Even the iPhone-maker isn’t sure about them

Apple's augmented reality glasses may be on the roadmap, but internally the iPhone-maker still hasn't decided exactly what they should do. Chatter of a pair of AR glasses, potentially packaging displays and cameras and capable of overlaying digital graphics atop the wearer's view of the real world, has circulated for some time. However, just as it's unclear from outside Apple what the specific purpose of the wearable might be, so it's reportedly not been settled upon within the firm.

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Google’s Snapchat Discover clone Stamp is AMP for Millennials

Google’s Snapchat Discover clone Stamp is AMP for Millennials

Watch out Snapchat: Google wants to eat your lunch. While the Battle Royale may have been between Snapchat and Facebook until now, with the latter frequently accused of stealing the features of the former, now the Mountain View search giant is wading into the ring. According to sources, it not only has eyes on one of Snapchat's more lucrative features, but potential customers already lined up to use it.

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Game of Thrones episode 4 leaked: Beware of spoilers

Game of Thrones episode 4 leaked: Beware of spoilers

Just a warning to you Game of Thrones fan out there: the fourth episode of season 7 has leaked online. This is the episode that's coming up in just a couple of days, on Sunday, August 6. Of course, we had a feeling this might happen, as earlier in the week, hackers made off with more than 1.5TB of data from HBO's servers.

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Intel Coffee Lake CPU may be a bitter upgrade to swallow

Intel Coffee Lake CPU may be a bitter upgrade to swallow

Intel CPU fans eager to upgrade to the chip maker's upcoming Coffee Lake silicon may find themselves with a bigger than expected hit on their wallet. The new processors are set to succeed Intel's Kaby Lake models, using 14nm Tri-Gate processes and offering up to 30-percent performance gains over current seventh-generation 15W mobile CPUs. However, in doing so it's looking like they'll break backward compatibility.

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