On this episode of The New Screen Savers recorded on Saturday, November 4, 2017:
- The iPhone X is here. Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone give their first impressions on how Face ID works, the lack of a home button, and screen.
- Kelsea Weber from iFixit.com already torn down the iPhone X. They found some inventive ways Apple built the phone, including using two batteries.
- Researchers at Stanford and Adobe developed an AI that can automatically edit video on a dialogue-driven scene in seconds.
- Megan and Leo will put an end to the Emjoi Cheeseburger kerfuffle in a taste-off between Facebook, Google, and Apple. Which emoji has the ingredients stacked correctly for taste?
- Jason Howell has the five most exciting features of the new Google Pixel 2 XL.
- Our Holiday Gift Guide continues. This week, Scott Wilkinson has his home theater picks including TVs, soundbars, AV receivers, UHD Blu-Ray players, and UHD streaming.
Thanks to CacheFly for the bandwidth for this show.
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- A rogue Twitter employee shut down Donald Trump’s account. Now Twitter: implemented safeguards
- Kelsea Weber from iFixit.com (sponsor) joins us to talk about what they found inside the iPhone X.
- Computational Video Editing for Dialogue-Driven Scenes
- Google CEO makes fixing hamburger emoji his top priority
- The Best iPhone Armbands and Waist Belts for Running