Apple confirms September event, Trump takes on Google again
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Apple has confirmed that it will hold a special event on September 12.
This event will likely include the introduction of new iPhones.
In other Apple news, Apple has confirmed with Reuters that it has acquired a startup that makes lenses for augmented reality glasses Called Akonia Holographics.
Earlier this year CNET's Shara Tibken published a report that said Apple is currently working on a headset.
That can run both augmented and virtual reality technologies.
The project is code named T288 and is [INAUDIBLE] for a 2020 release President Donald Trump is continuing his war against Google.
He posted a video on Twitter saying Google promoted President Obama's State of the Union addresses, but when Mr. Trump took office, Google stops.
Two screenshots of Google's homepage are flashed in the video dated February 28th, 2017.
And January 30th 2018, both had a white space where the promotion would be.
Google responded, it said it did not promote Trump's first speech in February 2017 because that was a joint statement to Congress, not a State of the Union.
Google says, it has not historically promoted the first address to Congress by a new president.
The company also said it did promote the State of the Union Address in January 2018.
A screenshot from archive.org backs Google's story that it did promote President Trump's Address in January 2018.
Google has made it's tightened Security Keys available as a bundle on its online store.
The keys are a form of two factor aunthetication.
That means an extra layer of security beyond just using a password.
In this case the second factor is a physical key.
The bundle includes a bluetooth key and one that could be put into usb ports.
Google says you use one sa your primary key and the other as a backup.
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