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MacSurfer's Archive: Wednesday, October 25, 2017


  • "Apple just bought its own wireless charging company. Here's why.: Apple has purchased PowerbyProxi, a small, wireless charging technology company in New Zealand. But it's not likely using PowerbyProxi for what you think." Computerworld 7:41 PM
  • "On Bloomberg's Report That Apple Downgraded the Accuracy of Face ID to Improve iPhone X Production Speed" Pixel Envy 6:01 PM
  • "Apple's PowerbyProxi Acquisition Bolsters Its Wireless Charging Portfolio" HotHardware 5:07 PM
  • "The case for, and against, pre-ordering the iPhone X: What you should consider before ordering a $1,000 phone" CNET 3:28 PM
  • "Five reasons to skip the iPhone X" iMore 11:36 AM
  • "No, iPhone X buyers don't have to worry about all the problems plaguing the Pixel 2 XL" BGR 10:29 AM
  • "With iPhone X, Apple just took a step to emotion sensing: I think Apple may go in a very interesting direction with the new Animoji feature inside the iPhone X."  Computerworld 9:29 AM
  • "Apple's New Approach to Product Development" Tech.pinions [Subscription Required for Full Article] 9:02 AM
  • "More Evidence That Apple's $1,150 iPhone X Will Sell Well -- if Apple Can Build Them" The Motley Fool 8:13 AM
  • "Apple's PowerbyProxi acquisition hints at broader wireless charging ambitions" VentureBeat 8:09 AM
  • "Don't Rule Microsoft Out of the Digital Assistant Race" Tech.pinions 8:01 AM
  • "Apple Reportedly Reduced Face ID Accuracy to Speed Up iPhone X Production" MacRumors 7:55 AM
  • "eXtensions -The Wednesday File (28): Complying with Laws; Disaster Looming or Averted; Necessary Updates" eXtensions 7:34 AM
  • "Here's What's New in the Android 8.1 Developer Preview" Thurrott 6:46 PM
  • "Microsoft has stopped making the Kinect, and that makes me sad: Robbing the Xbox of its eyes and ears makes it a lesser platform." Ars Technica 5:02 PM
  • "Chromebook vs. laptop: Which OS wins the battle for your desktop?" Digital Trends 2:46 PM
  • "How an antivirus program could accidentally smuggle government secrets into Russia: Kaspersky Lab has been accused of espionage, but the company says there's an honest explanation" The Verge 12:47 PM
  • "Amazon Key wants to let people into your house" Six Colors 10:29 AM
  • "Facebook's Aggressive Moves on Startups Threaten Innovation" Wired 7:48 AM