iPhone 11 rumors swirl, MIT Media Lab director resigns
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Apple is just one day away from revealing its new iPhone lineup.Rumors for Tuesdays event, hint the three new iPhones won't differ greatly from the 2018 models.Which means we can expect talk of improvements like better cameras,faster chips, and even new colors like dark green.
You can tune into cnet for all the news from ten am pacific time on Tuesday.
The director of the MIT Media Lan has resigned amidst scandal over the lab's ties to convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Joy Ito resigned Saturday following reports in the New Yorker that the media lab attempted to downplay its financial ties.
Lies with Epstein in a letter published on MIT's website, President El Rafael Raif described the New Yorker allegations as deeply disturbing.
And India's lost moon lander has been found.
The Indian Space Research Organization lost contact with the Vikram lander on Friday.
Minutes before a touchdown that could have made India the fourth country to soft land on the moon.
On Sunday the press trust of India reported the land had been located and the ISR was attempting to make contact.
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