This week on AI: iPhone's 10th anniversary, High Sierra public beta, Google's $2.7B fine, and more

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In a week largely dominated by examination of the iPhone's impact on the industry and our lives, the European Commission whacked Google with a record $2.7 antitrust penalty regarding its search engine behavior, Apple released iOS 11 and High Sierra betas to the public beta tester pool, and the U.S. Federal Trade Commission's lawsuit against Qualcomm is moving forward.

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Everything you need to know:

  • The 2017 iMac is a giant step up from the 2015 model > >
  • Brave souls can try the new macOS High Sierra public beta, built from the second developer release > >
  • And, if you're really brave, iOS 11 is available for public beta testers too. > >
  • AMD's Vega Pro is notably faster than the Nvidia Titan Xp for Mac-specific workflows > >
  • Google's $2.7 billion dollar fine wraps up on the first of three antitrust investigations in the EU > >
  • US FTC gets go-ahead in its suit against Qualcomm > >
  • Apple's Greg Joswiak cites "unbelievable" developer response to ARKit > >

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