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In this week's episode, we talk about Intel's new smart glasses (Vaunt); the Pixel 2's Visual Core Chip; Microsoft's new "S Mode," which will replace 10 S; getting your iPhone battery replaced; Elon's total flamethrower sales; Netflix buying a Canadian film (and not letting us see it right away); Windows Mixed Reality; and Marc's experience with Daydream. Speed round: -Strava is trying to fix things by disabling stuff -Netflix's release of The Cloverfield Paradox -Canon might add fingerprint sensors to cameras and lenses -Diamond phone screens are coming in 2019 -FaceUnlock works with OnePlus 5 now -OnePlus' Super Bowl ad -Android Nougat is the most-used version of AndroidLinks:Exclusive: Intel’s new Vaunt smart glasses actually look good | The VergePixel 2's dormant photo-improving Visual Core chip is now active | MobilesyrupMicrosoft ditches Windows 10 S in favor of new ‘S Mode’ | The VergeApple launches 'Reserve a Battery' service for iPhone battery replacements | MobilesyrupElon Musk made $10 million USD…