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Apple wants to make lidar a big deal on iPhone 12 Pro and beyond. What it is and why it matters – CNET

The new iPhone 12 Pro and 2020 iPad Pro have a new sensor that adds depth scanning for AR and could improve your photos, too.

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The iPhone 12 Pro’s lidar sensor — the black circle at the bottom right of the camera unit — opens up AR possibilities.
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Apple is going bullish on lidar, a technology that’s brand new to the iPhone 12 family, specifically to the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. (The iPhone 12 Pro is on sale now, with the iPhone 12 Pro Max with the Pro Max following in a few weeks.)
Peer closely at one of the new iPhone 12 Pro models, or the most recent iPad Pro, and you’ll see a little black dot ne…

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Now you can use Xbox remote play on your iPhone – Engadget

Apple’s terms are still preventing cloud gaming on your iPhone or iPad, but the new Xbox app will let you play games from the console in your house.

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While Microsoft is still apparently working on cloud gaming support for iOS, it just updated the iOS Xbox app with its new interface, as well as the ability to stream games from a local console. Since games streamed within your house don’t break Apple’s App Store rules, it’s a lot easier to make that work, and should let you knock out a few levels when you want to play in a room that has WiFi, but isn’t close your Xbox One or future Xbox Series X/S.
It’s official. The new Xbox App is ready for …

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Here are all the MagSafe accessories Apple announced for the iPhone 12 – CNET

The new iPhones will come with a contactless system for charging and other uses.

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This story is part of Apple Event, our full coverage of the latest news from Apple headquarters.
Apple revealed its iPhone 12 lineup on Oct. 13 along with a few extras. One surprising new feature was the MagSafe charging technology. It has double the power throughput of standard Qi wireless charging on iPhones (15 watts versus 7.5 watts), and a magnetic snap to optimize placement on the phone’s back — similar to how the magnetic charger works on the Apple Watch. (Here’s how MagSafe works on th…

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Google discontinues its Google Nest Secure alarm system – The Verge

Google has discontinued its Google Nest Secure alarm system, the company confirmed on Monday. However, the system will continue working for those who already ha…

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Googles not backing out of smart home security, though
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Google has discontinued its Google Nest Secure alarm system, the company first confirmed to Android Police. And sure enough, if you visit the Nest Secures page on the Google Store right now, theres a big button right at the top that says the product is no longer available.
Google Nest will no longer be producing Nest Secure, however we will continue to support our security users in all the same ways, a Goo…

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