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

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

The Chevrolet Colorado ZR2 in its ultimate test – Roadshow

In a few months I’ll take the Tacoma fighter on a seven-day adventure like no other.
Source: CNet

Verizon's new cheaper unlimited plan comes with some limits – CNET

For $5 less, Verizon is removing HD video streaming, slowing down its mobile hotspot and roaming in Canada and Mexico. There’s a pricier plan if you want those perks.
Source: CNet

Japan's latest Kit Kat is medicine flavour – CNET

This is how Japan supports its World Cup football team and TV broadcasts, believe it or not.
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Samsung unlocks Bixby voice app in Australia, UK and more – CNET

It’s time to meet Bixby in countries outside the US and South Korea.
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Vudu comes to Apple TV, but you can't buy on the box – CNET

Walmart’s Vudu app finally arrives on the Apple TV streaming box, but unlike Apple’s own iTunes service, it doesn’t allow purchases. We go hands-on.
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NASA: Wave at the moon during the solar eclipse – CNET

Be sure to extend a friendly hand toward the moon as the eclipse makes history. NASA wants to snap your picture.
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Space station astronaut sees solar eclipse shadow on Earth – CNET

The moon’s shadow looks almost ominous when seen from the International Space Station during the Aug. 21 solar eclipse.
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Eclipse overshadows everything else on Twitter – CNET

The natural phenomenon inspires more than 6 million tweets.
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Mini Google Home speaker could be on its way – CNET

A smaller version of the smart home device is expected to be unveiled in the fall, according to Android Police.
Source: CNet