Tech Hangover: A two-camera iPad Pro is coming in 2020
Does anyone actually care about AR?
We get it, you have a life. There’s no way you can read all of the day’s news in one single shot, let alone visit every web page, which is why we’re here to help. Well, sort of.
There’s a ton of tech news we weren’t able to cover throughout the day (hey, give us a break, we’re a small independent outfit), so to help you stay up to speed with everything we didn’t get to, we rounded up some of the biggest stories, which should help you keep up to date. Hence the tech hangover.
Here’s some tech news you probably missed out on today (and when we say you, we mean us, but also…you).
New dual-camera iPad Pro in early 2020, Apple Glasses in 2023
Apple AR news broke today and now it seems that the company is working on AR for the next iPad Pro.
A new iPad Pro for release as early as the first half of 2020 will feature a new module with two camera sensors, up from one on the current model, and a small hole for the 3-D system, letting people create three-dimensional reconstructions of rooms, objects and people. – Bloomberg
Google’s ‘Project Nightingale’ Gathers Personal Health Data on Millions of Americans
First, the company bought Fitbit, and now it wants to get even more involved in your health.
In turn, Google is analyzing and compiling that data into a “Patient Search” tool that allows doctors and other health professionals to conveniently see all patient data on an “overview page.” – 9to5Mac
Sure, why not?
HP was able to demonstrate that its Metal Jet 3D printers can make a lot of parts in a reasonable amount of time, but the items spewed out by those 3D printers weren’t meant to go on production cars. – Digital Trends
Google is updating how the Photos app functions and I’m sure Joe is very happy about this.
The actual screen when viewing a photo is unchanged. However, tapping the overflow button in the top-right corner slides up the Info panel rather than opening a long menu with nine items. – 9to5Google
Neither can I.
Disney Plus may be the biggest direct challenge Netflix has faced since the DVD-mailer company reinvented itself as the internet’s answer to TV. But Reed Hastings, Netflix’s CEO, claims he isn’t sweating the competition — he can’t wait to get his hands on it. – CNET
And in just case you missed some of our stuff earlier, here’s what you may have missed:
- You can now control Roku directly from your Apple Watch
- We might have to wait until 2022 for Apple’s AR headset
- Apple Card called out for being sexist as male customers receive higher credit limits
- Check your Instagram, the company is now testing hiding likes in the US
- The CDC might have just figured out the cause of all these vaping deaths
- Kids in China can no longer play video games past their bedtimes