Apple has 3 successors to the iPhone X coming out later this year. And word is that their dropping the prices. That should make everyone who dropped a grand on their phone really thrilled…
Google is now selling Google Home and Google Home Mini devices in both Mexico and Spain, so they’ve updated them to speak Spanish now.
Instagram just rolled out a new feature this week – video chat. When you’re in a private conversation with someone, you’ll see a camera icon in the upper right corner. Tap that and you can chat via video… and it even works with groups.
Lyft is giving free rides to a group of people who could really use a lift- cancer patients. Patients in need of a ride to or from their treatment, can use the American Cancer Society’s Road to Recovery program and get a free ride. For more on how to get rides through the program, call 800-227-2345 or visit www.cancer.org.
A physics laboratory in Tennessee just unveiled what could be the world’s speediest and smartest supercomputer. This crazy fast supercomputer fills a server room the size of two tennis courts — and can spit out answers to 200 quadrillion (or 200 with 15 zeros) calculations per second. If you tried to do the same calculations, it would take you 6.35 billion years.
Apple just announced a new feature in its next iPhone update that will let 911 dispatchers use GPS to see your exact location if you call and need help. Up until now, the 911 system (which was built for landlines and hasn’t had a major overhaul in 50 years) has only been able to see the cell towers you’re close to, which gives them a general area of where you are. Now dispatch can pinpoint your location, so help will get to you faster.
Instead of trying to stop people from texting and walking Xi’an, China just gave them a safe place to do it. They have a new cellphone lane just for phone zombies.
For the animal lover who wouldn’t even hurt a fly, there’s a humane fly trap that allows you to catch and release them.
The Sharp company has just unveiled a new smart cat toilet that can monitor your cat’s health. Sharp’s Pet Care Monitor is a high tech litter box that will automatically weigh your cat and analyze the volume and frequency of the urine they leave behind (as well as the time spent on the toilet) and alert to you potential health problems. It’ll only be available in Japan, at least to start, and it’ll cost around $230.
Kim Kardashian is not afraid to tackle the things that mean something to her. She talked to the president about prison reform and got a pardon for Alice Marie Johnson who was doing hard time for a non-violent drug offense. And now, she’s tackling something less serious, but it affects a lot more people… getting an edit feature on twitter.