- Dan Moren from Six Colors walks through the details of Apple's rollout of Emergency SOS features for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro.
- Jason details Qualcomm's next-gen augmented reality chip, the Snapdragon AR2 Gen 1.
- Mikah shows the heat ID.me is facing from house committees based on unemployment fraud claims it made.
- Devindra Hardawar from Engadget talks about why he may be moving on from Evernote after it announced it's being acquired.
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- Emergency SOS via satellite on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro lineups made possible by $450 million Apple investment in US infrastr
- Emergency SOS via satellite available today on the iPhone 14 lineup in the US and Canada
- Qualcomm debuts the Snapdragon AR2 Gen 1 for thin, high-performance AR glasses
- Niantic shows off AR headset prototype powered by Snapdragon AR2 Gen 1
- House Committees Slam ID.me for 'Baseless' Unemployment Fraud Claims
- Evernote, once the king of note-taking apps, has been bought by Bending Spoons