Apple’s latest iPhone X ads focus on Apple Pay, Face ID

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Apple continued its iPhone X advertising push on Tuesday with a series of short commercials emphasizing ease of use when it comes to authenticating Apple Pay purchases with Face ID.
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‘Field Trip’ schedule email emphasizes education focus of Apple event

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Apple has started to issue itineraries to attendees of its ‘Field Trip’ event later today, with the schedule further emphasizing the presentation and following sessions will be heavily focused on education-related topics, including teaching students how to code.
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Instagram is Changing the Feed Again, Will Focus on Newer Posts

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It has been two years since Instagram announced that it was changing its feed to be “algorithm-based”, which the social network said would try to show you content you were more likely wanting to see, rather than just the newest posts from the accounts you followed. Continue reading
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Instagram Turns Off Auto Feed Refresh, Changes Feed Algorithm to Focus on Newer Posts

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Instagram today announced that it’s making changes to the Instagram feed algorithm to address concerns users have had with the feed for quite some time now.

Instagram originally used a chronological feed, showing the newest Instagram posts first when you opened up the app, but the company changed that in June of 2016 to display posts based on relevancy. The change caused days-old posts to be displayed in some situations, which users were unhappy with.

Starting today, Instagram is planning to focus more on surfacing newer posts, a change the company is making based on user feedback. It won’t be the same as the original chronological feed, but Instagram says new posts will show up first.

Based on your feedback, we’re also making changes to ensure that newer posts are more likely to appear first in feed. With these changes, your feed will feel more fresh, and you won’t miss the moments you care about. So if your best friend shares a selfie from her vacation in Australia, it will be waiting for you when you wake up.

Instagram is also disabling the feature that causes the Instagram feed to automatically refresh. Instead, Instagram is testing a “New Posts” button that will let users decide when to refresh a feed.

Tap the button and you’ll be taken to new posts at the top of feed — don’t tap, and you’ll stay where you are. We hope this makes browsing Instagram much more enjoyable.

Instagram says additional feed improvements will be introduced over the course of the next few months.
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Self-driving cars and ‘Project Titan’ still a big focus at Apple, according to patent filings

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The latest Apple patent applications published by the US Patent and Trademark Office feature a number of filings relating to its self driving car efforts, including gesture recognition for both passengers inside the vehicle and for pedestrians diverting traffic on the road.
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The HTC Vive Focus is launching internationally later this year

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HTC Vive’s venture into standalone VR headsets, the Vive Focus, was unveiled late last year, but the launch was unfortunately confined to the Chinese market. Unlike existing VR headsets such as the Oculus Rift or the standard HTC Vive, the Focus doesn’t require being tethered to a powerful computer to work, making it a truly standalone experience. On the other hand, existing standalone virtual reality goggles like the Gear VR, Daydream View, or upcoming Oculus Go don’t have spatial tracking, meaning that users aren’t able to move around in 3D space.

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Apple March 27 Event at Chicago Public School to Focus on Education & Creativity

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Apple just announced a special spring event geared toward educators, students, and creative classrooms. The media is invited to the Apple happening on March 27 at 10 a.m. at a surprising location: Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago, IL. Don’t let the “prep” fool you, though. Lane Tech is a Chicago public school taking part in Apple’s city-wide Everyone Can Code education initiative. At Lane Tech, students use Swift, Apple’s intuitive, open-source programming language for their coding and app building courses.

Apple promises “creative new ideas for teachers and students” at this special event, and the media has begun speculating on how the tech giant will build on previous classroom initiatives. Rumor has it that a lower-priced MacBook Air is in the works, Apple’s answer to Google ChromeBook’s current gobbling of the classroom laptop market share. Other possibilities include lower educational pricing for the 9.7-inch iPad and a new version of Apple’s stylus, the Apple Pencil.  

There are strong possibilities for an iOS announcement, as well. The recently released iOS 11.3 beta 2 brought with it news of ClassKit, a new framework for educational apps and classroom data management. Will Apple make an official ClassKit announcement on March 27 in an effort to push back against the inroads made by the Google Classroom app?   

Whatever the specific details may be, the March 27 event promises to be an exciting one for everyone interested in 21st-century classrooms. Will Apple surprise us with even more than we hoped for in the quest to grow opportunities for students in STEM fields? Is new, lower pricing for the education market really happening soon? With Apple’s recent press release about its generous new partnership with the Malala Fund, hopes are high that further philanthropic initiatives to spread educational opportunities will go hand-in-hand with tech and pricing announcements. In less than a week, we’ll know for sure!

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HTC Vive Focus standalone VR headset is coming to international markets

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Looks like the start of Vive Pro pre-orders isn’t the only VR news that HTC has to share this week.

HTC said today that its standalone Vive Focus headset will be sold in “international markets later this year.” That’s about all that HTC had to say about the rollout, though, so it’s unclear exactly which markets will get the Vive Focus and when they’ll get it.

The HTC Vive Focus is a standalone virtual reality headset, meaning that unlike the Vive and Vive Pro, you don’t need a powerful PC  to use it. The headset includes a 2880×1600 AMOLED display and Snapdragon 835 processor, a microSD slot, built-in microphones and speakers, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. It features QuickCharge 3.0 charging, and HTC says that you can get up to 3 hours of active use on a single charge.

HTC currently only sells the Vive Focus in China, where it’s priced at ¥3,999 ($ 632 USD) for the Almond White model and ¥4,299 ($ 680 USD) for the Electric Blue version.

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HTC Vive Focus headset will be available outside of China soon

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If you're interested in the HTC Vive Focus VR headset but you don't live in China, you've basically been out of luck. That is, until now. Today, HTC announced that the Vive Focus would be available in international markets later this year. It's the f…
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Students and teachers are the focus of Apple’s surprise March 27 event

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On the heels of opening up registration for its annual WWDC event, Apple will hold an education-focused event on March 27 that will highlight “creative new ideas for teachers and students,” multiple reports indicate.

Lane Tech College Prep High School in Chicago will host the event at 10am CDT on March 27. Apple’s last education event took place all the way back in 2012 in New York City. In typical Apple fashion, the event’s invitation doesn’t offer any details about the impending announcements.

Apple has hosted hardware events during springtime before, and there are a number of rumored devices that could come out of this event. Gossip says Apple might be about to reveal a new 9.7-inch iPad for a special education price of $ 259. New iPads have been rumored for later this year as well, but it’s unlikely that an education-focused iPad would include the new and expensive FaceID camera. A new iPad with Apple’s high-end camera, which enables FaceID, Animoji, and ARKit features, may debut later this year.

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