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“Good shot”. Apple Watch accidentally called 15 armed cops to boxing practice

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34-year-old boxing trainer Jamie Alleyn spoke about how his Apple Watch Series 7 activated Siri and accidentally called 15 armed police officers into the gym where he was training for a client.

During the morning practice, a policeman entered the hall and said that they had received a message about a shootout in the hall. Jamie Alleyne was shocked but said he didn’t hear anything.

The next minute there were about 15 officers in the hall, and ambulances were parked at the entrance. I didn’t understand what was happening. One of them asked who Jamie Avery was and I said my name was Jamie Alleyn. The officer replied that it was me who called, but that was impossible because I didn’t even have my phone with me.

Jamie Alleyn

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After the officer told him to check the dialed numbers, Jamie saw that one call was made to 112, an alternative emergency number in Australia. Also on the phone was a voice message from NSW Ambulance saying they had received his call and ambulances and police had been dispatched.

It turned out that he accidentally activated Siri on the watch, while he shouted combinations “1-1-2”, as a result of which a call was made to the 112 service. The trainer encouraged the client with the phrases good shot and nice shot, talking about good shots, and the dispatcher he took it as a “good shot”, and the sounds of gloved blows on the paws were confused with shots.

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First 110-inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without glasses

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First 110 inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without

BOE showcased its latest developments at the ISE 2023 European Professional Audiovisual Show, including a large monitor for viewing 3D content without glasses.

First 110-inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without glasses

This 110″ 8K 3D monitor supports 120Hz refresh rate. The manufacturer claims that the three-dimensional image on the TV screen can be seen by several users from different angles.

The TV uses innovative lens array technology combined with MiniLED and quantum dot backlight technology. So far, users can see stereoscopic images at a distance of no more than 1.5 m from the screen. However, the manufacturer states that work is ongoing, so the distance will be significantly increased in the future. Such TVs are planned to be widely used in advertising, exhibitions and many other scenarios.

First 110-inch 8K 3D monitor unveiled to display 3D without glasses

BOE also showcased the first 162-inch MiniLED TV with a peak brightness of 1000 cd/m2new 65″ ultra-slim 8K TVs with 3024 local dimming zones, an 86″ interactive touch screen panel and more.

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Apple Watch Series 8 significantly cheaper in China

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Apple Watch Series 8 significantly cheaper in China

Smart watches Apple Watch Series 8 fell in price in China. JD.com is currently offering a 41mm GPS model for $400. The starting price of this model in China was $445.

Apple Watch Series 8 received a body temperature sensor that can take measurements every 5 seconds. Apple Watch Series 8 recognizes not only falls, but also getting into car accidents, for which new sensors are used.

Apple Watch Series 8 significantly cheaper in China

Apple Watch Series 8 features a battery saver mode that allows you to last longer without recharging.

Apple says the Apple Watch Series 8 can track temperature changes as low as 0.1 degrees Celsius and check the temperature every five seconds.

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Audi Activesphere unveiled with adjustable suspension, 600 km range, AR glasses and pickup capability

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Audi has unveiled the Audi Activesphere concept car, which is designed for off-road driving.

Audi Activesphere unveiled with adjustable suspension, 600 km range, AR glasses and pickup capability

He received a protected bottom, height-adjustable suspension and convenient ways to transport sports equipment. The rear part can turn into a loading area, where you can place, for example, bicycles. That is, the crossover can be used as a pickup truck.

Audi Activesphere unveiled with adjustable suspension, 600 km range, AR glasses and pickup capability

It will get a spacious interior where you can relax when the car is in self-driving mode. The interior fully reflects Audi’s confidence in augmented reality. Passengers will be able to wear augmented reality glasses, which will provide access to the controls of the infotainment system and the virtual assistant. There will be no usual screens, while the glasses will be able to track the indicators of your body.

If the driver wants to take control, the instrument panel and steering wheel will rise into place. Audi clearly expects to take control only at the exit from the road.

Audi Activesphere unveiled with adjustable suspension, 600 km range, AR glasses and pickup capability

Audi Activesphere unveiled with adjustable suspension, 600 km range, AR glasses and pickup capability

Audi claims a range of around 600 km and 270 kW fast charging using an 800 V architecture. According to the developers, the 100 kWh battery will be able to charge from 5 to 80% in 25 minutes.

Audi Activesphere unveiled with adjustable suspension, 600 km range, AR glasses and pickup capability

It is the fourth model in Audi’s electric concept lineup. In August 2021, the company launched this initiative with the Skysphere roadster, and a month later introduced the Grandsphere sedan. Last year’s Urbansphere was called the SUV for the cities of the future, where your car will be not only a means of transportation, but also an office (or a refuge from the outside world).

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