Apple has said children should not use the new iPhone’s facial recognition technology, saying faces of under-13s could be too similar to each other to protect phones from intruders. Read more at The Telegraph.
Trump’s top telecommunications official is calling on Apple to take a step to boost public safety in natural disasters. There’s just one problem: Apple says it can’t. Read more at CNN.
Apple has made the controversial move to cut down on how many cookies advertisers can place on users’ devices, with changes coming to iPhones, iPads and Macs. Read more at Netimperative.
A whiff of dystopian creepiness has long wafted in the air whenever facial recognition has come up. Apple sought to reverse that equation with the long-anticipated release of the iPhone X. It replaces the fingerprint sensor previous generations used for… Read More ›
Apple is adding yet more features that are designed to guard your digital privacy from anyone who nabs your iPhone—whether it’s a mugger on the street or the policeman who just threw you in jail. Read more at Wired.
Millions of people turned Pokémon Go into a hit last year, tapping the app that morphed animation into the physical world. That was quite the curtain raiser for augmented reality. Now, in what will be AR’s biggest mass market push to date, Apple has… Read More ›
Apple has spent the last few years on the right project: making Siri sound more human. Read more at Wired.
Tinder has become the top-grossing app in Apple’s online shop, topping the likes of Netflix, Pandora and hit mobile games like ‘Clash Royale.’ Read more at Netimperative.
Apple is reigniting its push for the living room, investing more in original shows and following in the footsteps of Netflix, Hulu and Amazon. Read more at The Washington Post.
For years, augmented reality has been the stuff of science fiction. When Tom Cruise flung virtual case files around the room in “Minority Report” and Robert Downey Jr. prototyped his “Iron Man” suit using 3D holograms, you knew those films… Read More ›