A couple of months ago it was reported that Apple had apparently acquired facial motion capture technology firm FaceShift. The Cupertino company did not confirm it back then and this was based on the fact that FaceShift’s employees no longer listed the company as their place of work, and the board of directors had also been replaced by a company that used to work for Apple.
For those curious about what Apple might have planned for the company, it looks like the rumors have been confirmed. According to a boilerplate statement given by Apple to TechCrunch, “Apple buys smaller technology companies from time to time, and we generally do not discuss our purpose or plans.” Read full post →Apple’s Acquisition Of FaceShift Has Been Confirmed
The Apple Watch is designed to be worn for extended periods of time on the wrist, which is why it doesn’t come as a surprise that in the past, some users have complained of getting rashes. However it seems that over in Denmark, a man by the name of Jørgen Mouritzen claims that the Apple Watch has burnt his wrist and pretty severely at that.
According to the report from Ekstra Bladet, Mouritzen claimed that he had entered his aviation club’s bathroom on the 17th of October when he felt a burning sensation followed by pain shooting up his left wrist along with the smell of burning flesh. Mouritzen claims that the heat source came from the Apple Watch and apparently it was so hot that his right hand suffered minor burns trying to remove it. Read full post →Man Blames The Apple Watch For Burns On His Wrist