Technology giant Apple recently acknowledged that it has been throttling the performance of some older iPhones, including the iPhone 6, 6s and now the iPhone 7 as well, with cold or aging batteries.
The rush to launch service on a new, faster Amtrak route near Seattle came at a deadly cost -- critical speed-control technology that could have prevented a derailment was not yet active.
After years of hype with very little sign of a product to match, it now seems that Magic Leap is ready to unleash its AR technology upon the world via the Magic Leap One augmented reality goggles.
Is Apple slowing down old iPhones? It's a question that comes up because iPhone batteries aren't easy to replace; a new report from a popular benchmarking app suggests the answer is yes.
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