9 to 5 Mac reports that Apple has included facial recognition software and APIs into iOS 5. While Apple doesn't plan on making an app of their own, developers can jump on it and turn out Kinect-ish apps after tinkering with it.
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Image: Bogdan Petrovan Another day, another Samsung Galaxy S10 leak. This time the culprit isn't a renowned leaker or a tech publication, but a Norwegian television station. A commercial has gone live early and revealed not only the upcoming flagship, but also the new Galaxy Buds.
A Virgin Atlantic flight making the journey from Los Angeles to London yesterday hit a ground speed of at least 1,289km/h, thanks to a streak of fast-moving air in the jet stream over Pennsylvania. You’re probably wondering how, as breaking the sound barrier over land is illegal, but despite surpassing the speed required to break the sound barrier, there was no sonic boom.