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You may want to unlock the iPhone 8 with your face, not finger – CNET August 22, 2017

The iPhone 8’s facial recognition is rumored to sense faces in millionths of a second — faster than you can say “cheese.” Source: CNet

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We celebrate 10 years of the iPhone … with more iPhone 8 rumors! (Apple Byte Extra Crunchy Podcast, Ep. 90) – CNET

A look back at the iPhone and its origins: Who could forget the Motorola Rokr? Plus, new iPhone 8 rumors and what its fingerprint sensor could be like.
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This website lets you create your very own cat purr – CNET

If your allergy-prone roommate won’t let you have a cat, Purrli’s the next best thing.
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Is this Microsoft’s cancelled Surface Mini? – CNET

Back in 2014 Microsoft unveiled the Surface Pro 3, but was there another Surface it cancelled at the last minute? And are these its specs?
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Twitter investor Chris Sacca apologizes for VC sexism – CNET

Sacca’s Medium post offers an apology and takes responsibility for participating in sexism in the industry.
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Chris Barr set CNET's compass – CNET

Our first editor in chief, who died last month at age 64, laid solid groundwork for our fledgling news site and the web around it.
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4K games go cheap in Sony's midyear PSN sale – CNET

PlayStation 4 Pro owners with 4K TVs can pick up some PS4 Pro-enhanced games at deep discounts during Sony’s big summer sale.
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Elon Musk's Boring Company digs into (and under) LA – CNET

The man behind SpaceX and Tesla tweeted this week that the machine has started to create underground tunnels.
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Germany could fine social media companies millions for hate speech – CNET

Companies must remove or block “unlawful content” within 24 hours or face fines, according to a new law.
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NASA promises there aren't any child slaves on Mars – CNET

On his show “Infowars,” conspiracy peddler Alex Jones discusses claims of an interplanetary child slave trade. When asked, NASA has something to say about it.
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Daimler's new bus tech will automatically brake for pedestrians – Roadshow

It’s the first bus in the world to do so.
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