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Apple confirms HomePods can leave marks on wood surfaces, updates support page with notice

 Yeah, so this is a bummer. Now that the HomePod is out in the wild, reports have started trickling in from users complaining about the $349 smart speaker’s unfortunate side effect on wood furniture. A quick trip to Twitter shows various sorts of HomePod-sized rings left on desks and table tops. Apple has since confirmed the issue on its support page, noting, “It is not unusual for… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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RealWear raises $17M as it looks to take a simpler approach to enterprise AR headgear

 As the augmented reality industry slowly matures and those within it look to realize the path to ubiquity they have been preaching, it turns out they’re showing more appreciation for the vision that Google laid out years ago with its Glass headset. RealWear is aiming to eschew the space-age reality-altering helmets others are pitching to enterprise customers in favor of an AR headset… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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MIT teaches drones to fly with uncertainty

 MIT researchers are working on a new steering system for drones that uses uncertainty to ensure that they don’t hit obstacles as they fly autonomously. The system is a bit complex but it’s called NanoMap and it quite simply finds ways to get from point A to point B without crashing and while handling random objects in its path. Spectrum describes the system in detail but basically… Read More Read More At Article Source | Article...

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