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Wednesday September 28, 2016
What Separates Snapchat Spectacles from Google Glass: Simplicity
A paparazzi photograph of Snapchat Chief Executive Evan Spiegel prematurely revealed the Los Angeles company's first piece of consumer electronics: a pair of video camera sunglasses.

Uber Is Researching a New Vertical-Takeoff Ride Offering
Ride sharing company Uber is seriously looking at a new form of transportation to offer its customers: Short-haul flying in cities. The technology is called VTOL -- which stands for vertical takeoff & landing.

Please Don't Drill Headphone Jacks Into Your iPhone 7
A video claiming that users can add a headphone socket to the iPhone 7, which only has a Lightning port, by drilling into the bottom of their phone has been watched almost 10 million times.

Presidential Debate 2016: How To Watch and Stream
The first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will run on all major broadcast networks, but you'll be able to stream free, live coverage of the debate on many digital platforms.

Snapchat To Sell Spectacles and Glasses with Embedded Camera
In the coming weeks, Snapchat will sell sunglasses that have a small camera capable of recording 10-second video clips. The high-tech shades mark the app maker's first hardware foray.

Apple of My Ear: The iPhone 7's Missed Audio Opportunity
Tech giant Apple has a long, rich history in the fields of music and audio, and its complex and highly influential relationship with those fields was on display at its recent iPhone 7 launch event.

How To Decode Your Tinder Date's Musical 'Anthem'
In just the latest indication that there are no new ideas, Tinder and Spotify are teaming up to turn the dating app into MySpace circa 2002. Tinder users will now have the option to choose an "anthem."

What the iPhone 7 Reveals about Apple's Augmented-Reality Plans
The now-shipping iPhone 7 Plus, complete with dual-camera technology, is the latest hint Apple is moving toward a device that features augmented-reality with its next big iPhone release.

Google Rejoins Messaging Wars with Its Artificially Intelligent App Allo
Allo, the standalone messaging app that Google announced in May, is now available to the masses, and probably smarter than any messaging app you've used. But is it too late to the scene?



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