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Apple just launched its first store in Southeast Asia

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Khajorn Chiaranaipanich flew for more than two hours to be one of the first people to experience Apple’s first store in Singapore.

Witnessing its opening was very important for the managing director at a Thai social news company — so important, that he had been waiting in the queue at 5 a.m, five whole hours before the store officially opened.

One of football’s biggest names turns to 3D scanning tech for safer helmets

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Helmets already make the violent game of football safer, but one of the biggest equipment makers in the sport is making them even better. It’s developed a new process to create helmets that could play a role in preventing the traumatic head injuries that currently plague the game and threaten its future.

Riddell, the company behind the helmets worn by around 60 percent of NFL players, will use a new 3D head-scanning process on each player who wears its new Precision Fit headgear. To be sure…

Future iPhones and iPads might have a special chip just for processing AI

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Apple’s reportedly working on a new kind of chip — potentially for future iOS devices — that’ll be used just for processing AI, Bloomberg reports.

Rare footage of Tesla Model 3 prototypes driving in public

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Tesla’s Model 3 has been spotted in the wild.

French officials investigating if Apple devices played a role in 2016 EgyptAir crash

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French officials have opened an investigation into the possibility that a deadly Egypt Air crash in May 2016 could have been caused by a fire resulting from two Apple products overheating.

The report comes from French paper Le Parisen (via Business Insider), which says French investigators are pursuing a theory that a pair of mobile devices – a iPhone 6S and an iPad Mini 4 belonging to the plane’s first officer — may have been plugged into an incorrect socket.

This, they suggest, might have…

French officials investigating if Apple devices played a role in 2016 EgyptAir crash

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French officials have opened an investigation into the possibility that a deadly Egypt Air crash in May 2016 could have been caused by a fire resulting from two Apple products overheating.

The report comes from French paper Le Parisen (via Business Insider), which says French investigators are pursuing a theory that a pair of mobile devices – a iPhone 6S and an iPad Mini 4 belonging to the plane’s first officer — may have been plugged into an incorrect socket.

This, they suggest, might have…







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Google’s Sergey Brin is building the world’s biggest aircraft for luxe vacations (and saving the world)

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When you’re a cofounder of one of the world’s most valuable companies, your passion projects tend to take on a more massive scale than, say, simply tuning up an old hot rod in the garage.

Take Google’s Sergey Brin. Word leaked last month that he has a team working on a secret project in the Google-controlled Hangar 2 at the NASA Ames Research Center: a massive airship, or dirigible, which serves as a spiritual successor to one of the hangar’s previous tenants, the USS Macon. Sources close to…

This automatic umbrella won’t let the world rain on your parade

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Women’s tech group to Uber: We’re done with you

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Uber’s actions are having real consequences.

Messaging platform Kik is launching its own digital currency

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Kik is venturing into new territory.

The messaging service announced on Thursday that it was launching its own digital currency, called “Kin” that can be used to buy services on its platform.