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Tech Bytes: iPhone X Reviews, "Google Docs" Glitch

November 01, 2017 08:49 AM

In today's Tech Bytes, two days before the iPhone X officially hits the market, the reviews are in, and they're pretty positive. The edge to edge display is drawing universal acclaim. Reviewers say the face I.D works most of the time. Animojis are being called a killer feature, if not a bit gimmicky. Battery life is said to still be mediocre.

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A glitch in a code update is being blamed for locking users of "Google Docs" out of some of their files Tuesday. The error caused the program to label some documents as abusive, which triggered a term of service violation.

The new 360-degree camera "Rylo" is now on sale for $500. What sets it apart from similar cameras is its software. It smooths out videos even if the camera was moving, or stays focused on an object as the camera moves. Right now, it works only with iPhones. An Android version is coming soon.


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