Toyota teams up with Uber, iPhone home buttons may be gone for good
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Toyota is investing $500 million dollars to help uber build a fleet of self-driving cars.
The cars will be made by Toyota but with use Uber's tech Apology.
Uber has been working on it's own program since 2015 but it's seem now the company open to getting a little outside help.
Rumors of the next iPhone are bubbling up as we closer to Apple's annual September event.
The latest report from Bloomberg says Apple will debut three new iPhones that will all have a design similar to the iPhone 10 with no home button and Face ID to unlock.
We can also see a new Apple watch, a new Ipad pros
and focusing a little rude in the VR and AR space.
Palmer Luckey the founder of the Oculus VR will blow post about his experience with the new magic lip [UNKNOWN] reality headset He says it was a terrible device and called it a Tragic Heap.
The founder and CEO of Magic Leap jabbed back on Twitter suggesting Lucky was bitter.
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