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AI can tell Republicans from Democrats – but can you? Take our quiz 12 Sep 2017, 3:22pm Updated AI can tell Republicans from Democrats – but can you? Take our quiz
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Researchers say artificial intelligence will soon be able to
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Apple event: iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus release dates revealed – live updates 12 Sep 2017, 3:05pm Updated Apple event: iPhone X, 8 and 8 Plus release dates revealed – live updates
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The first outing in the Steve Jobs Theater saw unveiling of flagship iPhone X, as well as iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and updated Apple Watch and Apple TV
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iPhone X: new Apple smartphone dumps home button for all-screen design 12 Sep 2017, 2:57pm iPhone X: new Apple smartphone dumps home button for all-screen design
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New model with 3 November release date promises better cameras, ability to unlock with facial recognition, animated emojis, longer battery life and wireless charging Apple has unveiled the iPhone X, its new radically redesigned smartphone that drops the traditional home button for an all-screen design, as well as a new iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus models. Apple’s senior vice president of worldwide marketing, Phil Schiller, took to the stage of the company’s new Steve Jobs Theater situated within the
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Apple event: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and Apple Watch news – live 12 Sep 2017, 2:39pm Updated Apple event: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and Apple Watch news – live
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The first outing in the Steve Jobs Theater looks to be a product-filled affair, with release date for new Apple Watch announced as 19 September
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Apple event: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and Apple Watch announcements – live 12 Sep 2017, 12:33pm Apple event: iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and Apple Watch announcements – live
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The first outing in the Steve Jobs Theater looks to be a product-filled affair to mark 10 years of Apple’s flagship smartphone
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iPhone X: everything we think we know about the new Apple smartphone 12 Sep 2017, 9:52am Updated iPhone X: everything we think we know about the new Apple smartphone
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Leaks suggest we should expect Face ID, all-screen design, no home button, multi-purpose side button, animated poo emojis – and a $1,000 price tag The iPhone X is expected to be announced on Tuesday – but the company’s usual code of secrecy has broken down, meaning we already know a lot about the device. With its junking of the home button it represents the biggest change to the design of Apple’s pivotal smartphone in years.
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Samsung is aiming to sell a Galaxy Note with a foldable screen in 2018 12 Sep 2017, 7:12am Samsung is aiming to sell a Galaxy Note with a foldable screen in 2018
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Head of Samsung mobile says ‘holy grail of smartphones’ should be available next year, although company still has several hurdles to overcome Samsung is aiming to launch a Note smartphone with a screen that folds next year, which would likely be the first available to feature such an innovation. Koh Dong-jin, president of Samsung’s mobile business, said the company is setting its eyes on 2018 to release a smartphone using its bendable OLED screen technology, but he said there are several hurdles it has to overcome, leaving room to push back the release if those problems are not solved.
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Face-reading AI will be able to detect your politics and IQ, professor says 12 Sep 2017, 3:00am Face-reading AI will be able to detect your politics and IQ, professor says
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Professor whose study suggested technology can detect whether a person is gay or straight says programs will soon reveal traits such as criminal predisposition Voters have a right to keep their political beliefs private. But according to some researchers, it won’t be long before a computer program can accurately guess whether people are liberal or conservative in an instant. All that will be needed are photos of their faces. Michal Kosinski – the Stanford University professor who went viral last week for research suggesting that artificial intelligence (AI) can detect
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