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This Mod Gives You Custom Icon Packs & More on the Pixel Launcher  

Google's launchers are some of the most polished home screen apps out there, but they lack the ability to customize. With the old Google Now Launcher, we had Xposed GEL Settings to add options for tweaking the layout, but that project was abandoned when the Pixel Launcher came out. Now, a new root mod will give us some key customization settings for Google's latest launcher. In many ways, this is like Xposed GEL Settings for the Pixel Launcher. It's not quite as feature-rich, but it lets you p

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2018-01-16 19:51:40



Words with Friends 101: How to Use the Remaining Tiles Bag to Score Big  

Depending on which version of Words with Friends you're using on Android or iOS, you may have access to built-in features such as Word Radars and Swap+ powerups. These tools are considered cheating by most diehard word gamers, especially since not everyone can use them, but there is one feature that everyone has access to that you can feel safe using against anyone. The feature in question is called "Tile Bag," and it has been a part of Words with Friends since as long as I can remember. This

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2018-01-16 17:51:57



YouTube 101: How to Enable the Dark Theme on Your iPhone  

One of the downsides to iOS is the lack of a true dark mode. While Apple has offered a workaround, third-party developers have taken it upon themselves to implement dark themes in their apps. While big names like Twitter and Reddit have led the charge for some time, it appears YouTube is the next app to join the party. Sadly, it seems dark mode is rolling out to users very slowly as a server-side update. If you don't see the option yet, and you're currently running version 13.01.4, know you're

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2018-01-16 17:34:23



4 Cool New Features in Oreo Beta 2 for the OnePlus 5T  

OnePlus is on track to deliver Android 8.0 Oreo to its flagship users by Q1 2018. Open Beta 1 was released for the 5T in late December, and we just received Open Beta 2. But this update isn't just tweaks and bug fixes, OnePlus has included a few new features to enhance the Android experience. With Open Beta 2, OnePlus 5T users are one step closer to an official release of Android Oreo. OnePlus did include some under-the-hood performance improvements, but we wanted to highlight the features mos

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2018-01-16 17:27:49



Case Maker Leaks Announcement, Preorder & Release Dates for Galaxy S9 & S9+  

Samsung's Galaxy S8 and S8+ are two fantastic devices. That's why we're so excited about the upcoming S9 and S9+. While we don't expect there to be any revolutionary changes over the S8 line, we're eager for that announcement all the same. And after today, it doesn't look like we'll have to wait that long. According to Evan Blass, VentureBeat mobile reporter and infamous smartphone leaker, Samsung is planning on announcing the S9 and S9+ on February 26. Preorders will start March 1, and the de

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2018-01-16 05:57:09



This App Takes Eyebrows from Bushy to Blessed via Augmented Reality  

Among consumer brands, cosmetics companies rival furniture retailers as the quickest to adopt augmented reality as a means to help customers visualize how products will look before they buy them. One cosmetics brand called Benefit has moved beyond lipstick and rouge to let customers try on eyebrows in AR. Powered by ModiFace, the Brow Try-On tool magically morphs your eyebrows in a live camera view or on a static image, with fifteen styles available to visualize how you'll look with various ey

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2018-01-16 05:17:48



Bromite Is the New NoChromo — Open Source Chrome Port with Ad Blocking  

A while back, we told you about NoChromo, a no-root ad-blocking browser based on Google Chrome's open source code base, Chromium. That browser was wildly successful, as it offered an identical interface to regular Chrome, but without any ads. Sadly, the developer abandoned NoChromo, but a new ad-blocking Chromium port called Bromite has been released to fill its void. It's still in its early stages of development, but there's already a few things to love about Bromite. For one, it blocks all a

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2018-01-16 05:15:35



If You've Ever Wanted X-Ray Vision, Check Out This Combination of Augmented Reality & Ultrasound  

Seeing your baby for the first time via ultrasound is an exciting moment for new parents, but a new augmented reality twist on the experience could make the experience even more powerful. Or, it could just give you x-ray vision. Last week, Takashi Yoshinaga, a researcher at the Institute of Systems, Information Technologies, and Nanotechnologies (ISIT) in Japan, posted a video (bottom of the page) demonstrating a process for visualizing an ultrasound image in augmented reality. Don't Miss: H

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2018-01-16 04:28:50



Realmax Claims Crown of Widest Field of View for an AR Headset at CES  

Shanghai-based Realmax is introducing the crowds at CES to the Realmax Qian, an augmented reality headset capable of a field of view (FoV) that topples anything available on the market today. Realmax claims 100.8 degrees FoV, surpassing Dreamworld's Dream Glass headset at 100 degrees, and Meta Company's Meta 2, which boasts 90 degrees. "The Realmax Qian represent a technical breakthrough in delivering mobile, massive field-of-view, wearable Augmented Reality glasses at a compelling price poin

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2018-01-15 20:58:08



How to Edit Android's Share Menu — No Root Needed  

Android's share intents system is great in theory, but the execution can sometimes be frustrating. When you tap the "Share" button next to a link, app, or file, you see a list of apps you can share that item with. But it seems like every time you use this function, the list of apps is in a different order — especially when it comes to the Direct Share targets at the top. As it turns out, you can easily pin items to the top of your share menu to keep it a lot more organized. After setting thi...

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2018-01-15 13:51:35



This Is How Amazon's Alexa Works on the Vuzix Blade  

Last week, we told you about one of the first pairs of augmented reality smartglasses to get Amazon Alexa functionality, and now we're finally getting a look at how it works. On Friday, as the CES tech conference in Las Vegas wrapped up, Vuzix posted a demonstration video of its Vuzix Blade smartglasses operating with Amazon's voice assistant Alexa. However, what's immediately apparent is that the video is a visualization of how the dynamic works rather than a live, direct-through-the-device

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2018-01-15 11:38:40



This AR Headset Surpasses the Field of View of HoloLens, but You Still Won't Wear It in Public  

Digital imaging company OmniVision Technologies and the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited (ASTRI) entered the CES fray this week with a new reference design for an augmented reality headset capable of 60 degrees field of view (FoV). The reference design combines a single-chip 1080p liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCOS) display and image sensor from OmniVision with ASTRI's optics and electronics for a wireless headset that bests the HoloLens for field of vie

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2018-01-15 04:45:11



How to Transfer Bitcoin, Ether & More from Coinbase to Binance  

The most convenient way for US users to buy Ripple (XRP) or Stellar (XRM) is through Binance. However, you can't deposit money directly into this app, but you can deposit cryptocurrency like ether or bitcoins to buy other alt-coins. The easiest way to do that is by using Coinbase, the most popular cryptocurrency app. Despite some delays in transaction times and freezes on new registrations, this combination of Coinbase and Binance has proven to be quite dependable. Binance in particular, has t

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2018-01-14 04:58:13



Take Notes in a Terminal Interface with This Linux-Style App  

Deep down inside, Android is really just a fork of Linux, the popular open source desktop OS. You can see traces of its roots everywhere, and this lineage still holds a certain appeal with many Android fans. If you're in that boat, you'll love the newest notes app we just found. Developer Archtects created the perfect note-taking app for fans of desktop Linux. Like Android's parent OS, everything can be accomplished through a command line, and it's even got a Terminal-like interface. Sure, it'

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2018-01-14 02:48:45



Market Reality: Vuzix & Meta Represent the Brightest AR Present at CES, While Google, Facebook & Huawei Grow AR's Future  

It would be difficult to discuss the business of augmented reality without acknowledging the annual tech meat market of CES. The biggest stories of CES came courtesy of Vuzix, which debuted its consumer-centric Blade smartglasses, and Meta Company, which struck a deal with Dell to sell its headsets. Outside of CES, Google, Facebook, and Huawei joined forces, so to speak, to nurture the industry through higher education. Vuzix Steals the Show at CES with Blade On Friday, as the CES tech conf

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2018-01-14 01:34:38



How to Use the Koadic Command & Control Remote Access Toolkit for Windows Post-Exploitation  

Koadic allows hackers to monitor and control exploited Windows systems remotely. The tool facilitates remote access to Windows devices via the Windows Script Host, working with practically every version of Windows. Koadic is capable of sitting entirely in memory to evade detection and is able to cryptographically secure its own web command-and-control communications. The Koadic post-exploitation toolkit serves as an alternative to tools like Meterpreter and PowerShell Empire. While there is so

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2018-01-13 12:36:23



Why Projector Phones Still Aren't Ready for Prime Time After Almost a Decade  

For almost a decade, projector phones have tried to entice consumers with their convenience as media machines. While these devices are alluring, they've never really taken off with mainstream success. The latest effort, Moviphone, sounds tempting if you watch a lot of films and TV on your smartphone, but is it good enough to be your daily driver? Throwing a pico projector inside a mobile phone was a hot topic back in 2006 and 2007, but the US didn't actually see one until 2009 when the Logic B

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2018-01-13 03:53:54



How to Edit Android's Share Menu  

Android's share intents system is great in theory, but the execution can sometimes be frustrating. When you tap the "Share" button next to a link, app, or file, you see a list of apps you can share that item with. But it seems like every time you use this function, the list of apps is in a different order — especially when it comes to the Direct Share targets at the top. As it turns out, you can easily pin items to the top of your share menu to keep it a lot more organized. After setting thi...

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2018-01-13 03:37:36



Microsoft Gives Us a Peek at the Reality Room Created for Employees to Experiment with AR & VR  

One of the most overlooked components of talking about augmented reality and virtual reality is getting people to actually use the hardware and software associated with these platforms. We're so early in the development of immersive computing that we're still dealing with a fairly scattered range of experiences, which is confusing for many consumers. This confusion has led some to sit on the sidelines, waiting for the dust to clear until there are a few affordable, clear leaders in the space.

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2018-01-12 13:50:21



Words with Friends 101: How to Use Word Radars to Score Big  

One of the most infamous changes Zynga ever made to Words with Friends was adding the "Word Radar" powerup, which lets you see where on the board you can place potential words using your current rack. This helps less-experienced players compete against the likes of the elite and enables those with a full arsenal of powerups to crush their powerup-less opponents without remorse. As a self-proclaimed Scrabble nazi, I can't help but hate and love this feature at the same time. It's a great learni

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2018-01-12 13:46:07



This Is How Amazon's Alexa Works on the Vuzix Blade  

Last week, we told you about one of the first pairs of augmented reality smartglasses to get Amazon Alexa functionality, and now we're finally getting a look at how it works. On Friday, as the CES tech conference in Las Vegas wrapped up, Vuzix posted a demonstration video of its Vuzix Blade smartglasses operating with Amazon's voice assistant Alexa. However, what's immediately apparent is that the video is a visualization of how the dynamic works rather than a live, direct-through-the-device

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2018-01-12 08:59:50



CES Wrap-Up — 2018 Event Confirms Race for Consumer AR Smartglasses Will Be Marathon Rather Than Sprint  

Coming into this year's Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the common sentiment among observers was that this was expected to be the big year for augmented reality. But as the biggest tech conference of the year draws to a close, the reality is that 2018 seems more likely to be the jumping off point for AR being taken seriously by non-techies rather than the true start of AR's move into every consumer's home. AR for the Masses In terms of market-ready AR headsets that hit the sweet spot betwee

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2018-01-12 08:48:57



HoloLens Can Now Simulate Childbirth to Train Medical Students  

Medical training technology company CAE Healthcare has given birth to the latest example of how augmented reality can help to build practical operating room skills for doctors and nurses. The company's newest product is called LucinaAR, which harnesses the power of the Microsoft HoloLens. CAE's Lucina physiological simulator system consists of life-sized models, or manikins, of a mother and fetus, with movable joints and expanding uterus. With the new LucinaAR app, students can now view variou

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2018-01-12 06:41:44



Microsoft Offers Peek at the Reality Room Created for Employees to Experiment with AR & VR  

One of the most overlooked components of talking about augmented reality and virtual reality is getting people to actually use the hardware and software associated with these platforms. We're so early in the development of immersive computing that we're still dealing with a fairly scattered range of experiences, which is confusing for many consumers. This confusion has led some to sit on the sidelines, waiting for the dust to clear until there are a few affordable, clear leaders in the space.

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2018-01-12 05:20:37



Binance 101: How to Enable Google Authenticator for Withdrawals  

With so much money on the line, it's no surprise that cryptocurrency exchanges are prime targets for cybercriminals. Because of this, the importance of keeping your personal account as secure as possible cannot be overstated. Binance is one step ahead in this regard, as it requires you to enable two-factor authentication to keep your bitcoins and alt-coins safe. Though you can sign in, execute trades, and make deposits on Binance, the popular exchange requires you to enable two-step verificati

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2018-01-12 03:48:22



This AR Headset Surpasses the Field of View of HoloLens, but You Still Won't Wear It in Public  

Digital imaging company OmniVision Technologies and the Hong Kong Applied Science and Technology Research Institute Company Limited (ASTRI) entered the CES fray this week with a new reference design for an augmented reality headset capable of 60 degrees field of view (FoV). The reference design combines a single-chip 1080p liquid-crystal-on-silicon (LCOS) display and image sensor from OmniVision with ASTRI's optics and electronics for a wireless headset that bests the HoloLens for field of vie

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2018-01-12 01:30:17



iOS 11.2.5 Beta 5 Released for iPhones with Under-the-Hood Improvements Only  

Apple released the fifth build of their iOS 11.2.5 beta software on Thursday to developers and public beta testers, just two days after the fourth beta. This quick beta release schedule may mean iOS 11.2.5 is almost ready for primetime. You can download the update right now if you're a developer or public beta tester with a valid configuration profile. Go to "General" in your Settings app, then tap on "Software Update." Then, just follow the on-screen instructions to download and install iOS 1

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2018-01-11 13:36:14



Binance 101: How to Deposit & Withdraw Bitcoins & Other Cryptocurrencies  

As cryptocurrencies gain mainstream acceptance, it's not far-fetched to think that we'll one day be able to buy alt coins like Ripple (XRP) and Stellar (XLM) using debit cards and bank accounts. Until then, we'll have to rely on using bitcoins and ethereum to buy digital coins. Thankfully, depositing and withdrawing cryptocurrencies with Binance is relatively hassle-free. One of the advantages Binance has over other exchange sites like Poloniex is the fact that you can use Ethereum (ETH) as yo

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2018-01-11 13:12:57



Realmax Claims Crown of Widest Field of View for an AR Headset at CES  

Shanghai-based Realmax is introducing the crowds at CES to the Realmax Qian, an augmented reality headset capable of a field of view (FoV) that topples anything available on the market today. Realmax claims 100.8 degrees FoV, surpassing Dreamworld's Dream Glass headset at 100 degrees, and Meta Company's Meta 2, which boasts 90 degrees. "The Realmax Qian represent a technical breakthrough in delivering mobile, massive field-of-view, wearable Augmented Reality glasses at a compelling price poin

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2018-01-11 12:14:27



Augmented Reality Could Be the Solution to the Worldwide Shortage of Surgeons  

A recent TED Talk makes a strong case for the healthcare industry to adopt augmented reality as a means to expanding access to surgical care across the globe. During her presentation held in New Orleans in Nov. 2017, Nadine Hachach-Haram, surgeon and co-founder of Proximie, a company that builds augmented reality tools for use in the operating room, consulted in a live surgery taking place in Minnesota using a web camera and a laptop running her company's remote AR platform. Warning: There ar

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2018-01-11 11:59:35



WayRay's Auto Techno Video Will Make You Want to Add AR to Your Driving Experience  

When it comes to marketing, sexy sells, a point that has been lost on most augmented reality hardware makers focused mostly on the geek space. But a new promotional spot from AR-in-the-car accessory maker WayRay indicates that AR companies are beginning to see the virtual sizzle reel light. Released in conjunction with WayRay's presence at this week's CES technology conference in Las Vegas, the new techno music-infused spot shows the company's Navion dashboard AR solution in an entirely new li

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2018-01-11 04:25:16



How to Stream Games from Your Windows PC to Your iPhone  

The greatest pain in owning a high-powered gaming PC is the simple fact that you can't play it all the time. Sometimes you have work or school, and other times, you may just want to go mobile. When something like this impedes your ability to play PC games, you may end up settling for mobile games. What if, instead of doing that, you were able to play your PC games from your iPhone? Let me introduce KinoConsole, a free app that lets you stream games from your Windows PC to your iPhone in HD. It

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2018-01-11 03:42:58



Google's Next Pixel Phone Might Not Have Speakers  

Speakers have been an integral part of smartphones since the beginning. Razer's concept Project Linda even uses the speakers from the Razer Phone to power the faux laptop's audio system. But what if Google's next Pixel phone didn't even have speakers? What if it didn't need them in the first place? At some point in 2017, Google quietly bought a UK Tech Startup called Redux. The purchase was so low-key that we're not entirely sure when it went down, but Crunchbase speculates that the deal was fi

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2018-01-11 01:02:03



Snapchat Rings in the New Year with a Lens Studio Contest for AR Artists  

Snap is turning to some light bribery to boost adoption of its new Lens Studio software. The January Jumpstart Challenge encourages artists to create and share a Lens that celebrates the New Year. One selected winner will take home a Lens Studio Swag Bag that includes an iPad Pro. In addition, the Lens could be featured in the Lens carousel for others to experience. The rules are easy: First, users are asked to create their masterpiece in their preferred software, and then import the artwork

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2018-01-10 17:33:23



Flex Headset Could Help More Competition Muscle into the AR Enterprise Sector  

On Tuesday, original design manufacturer (ODM) Flex used the CES spotlight to help introduce a smartglasses reference design aimed at companies interested in bringing their own enterprise AR headsets to market. Flex AR is a head-mounted display with a similar form factor to HoloLens or Meta 2 that's capable of full-color augmented reality content at 1080p resolution. The device runs on a Snapdragon 835 processor, the same processor used in ODG's R-8 and R-9 smartglasses, although Flex uses a t

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2018-01-10 17:09:26



Lenovo's Newest Smartglasses Aimed at Enterprise Rather Than Consumers  

Lost among the latest laptops, smart assistants, VR headsets, and Motorola-branded gadgets that it brought to CES 2018, Lenovo has also introduced a new pair of augmented reality smartglasses. While Lenovo could be credited with the first true consumer AR headset by way of the Lenovo Mirage for the Star Wars: Jedi Challenges game, this time around the company is returning its focus to enterprise customers. Lenovo New Glass C220, an update of the C200 model unveiled last year, consists of a gl

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2018-01-10 16:36:50



This AR Toothbrush App Turns Learning Good Dental Hygiene Habits into a Game for Kids  

Who said brushing your teeth can't be fun? It certainly isn't Kolibree, a company that's introducing the world to the first augmented reality toothbrush for kids at this week's CES tech conference in Las Vegas. Not to be confused with the Marvel Comics character of the same name, Kolibree's Magik toothbrush app for mobile devices lets children play entertaining games that simultaneously challenge them to brush their teeth thoroughly. Kids can choose from 15 different imaginary worlds in the ap

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2018-01-10 15:41:18



Rokid Glass Offers a Fashionable Entry into AR Smartglasses Space  

This year's CES seems particularly obesessed with VR, but augmented reality is offering a few surprises as well. One of those surprises arrived on Monday in the form of China's Rokid Glass. The consumer-focused AR smartglasses look like a pair of thick fashionista glasses (by way of Warhol) and are currently being shown off at the annual tech conference in Las Vegas. According to Slashgear, the device, which was produced by China-based AI and robotics company Rokid, weighs 120 grams (about 0.

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2018-01-10 11:40:49



Nvidia Accelerates Augmented Reality for Cars with Drive AR Platform for Automakers  

While self-driving cars appear to be as inevitable as augmented reality headsets, the auto industry and its technology partners likely have years of testing to complete and regulatory loopholes to jump through before self-driving cars hit most highways. Until then, the same computer and AI that will eventually be the driver in autonomous vehicles can be our backseat driver by way of AR. On Sunday, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang took to the CES stage to discuss, among other things, its new Drive plat

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2018-01-10 10:11:28



Dell Becomes First PC Maker to Partner with Meta to Offer Augmented Reality Headsets  

Using the CES tech conference in Las Vegas as the launch pad, Dell has announced that it's partnering with Meta Company to offer its augmented reality headsets to business customers. The deal makes Dell the first PC manufacturer to offer an AR headset from Meta. While Dell did not disclose which headset that would be, the Meta currently offers the Meta 2 as a development kit. "From analyst studies ... AR is going to be a huge driving force in industry—imagine seasoned workers passing on ski...

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2018-01-10 09:24:51



BlackBerry Motion Is Coming to the US with All-Screen Design & Security Focus  

BlackBerry's focus on secure software and their new partnership with manufacturer TCL are two of the biggest factors in their recent resurgence. Last year, the company announced two new devices — the KEYone and the BlackBerry Motion. The KEYone has been available for a while, but after months of waiting, BlackBerry announced the Motion will hit US shores in a few days. The Motion joins the small list of BlackBerry devices to employ an all-screen design, but it's the first to benefit from TCL...

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2018-01-10 09:13:02



Samsung's 2018 Phones Will Have Working FM Tuners in the US  

While most smartphones have the ability to receive FM signals via a tuner, mobile carriers prevent users from taking advantage of this hardware — probably in an effort to get their customers to spend more money on data. NextRadio is an app that allows users to listen to the radio via their phone's built-in FM tuner, circumventing the data overages that streaming music can incur. LG and Motorola have recently added support for the service, but now Samsung is adding live FM radio support for 2...

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2018-01-10 07:52:30



Exploring Kali Linux Alternatives: Set Up the Ultimate Beginner Arch Linux Hacking Distro with Manjaro & BlackArch  

There's no doubt Kali has established itself as the most popular penetration distribution available. However, just because it's the fan favorite of beginners and security researchers doesn't make it right for everyone. Manjaro Linux is a beginner-friendly Arch-based distribution which can be easily weaponized with the Black Arch expansion, creating a friendlier first-time Arch experience. The battle of the best penetration distribution is a conversation I've seen discussed in forums and IRC ch

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2018-01-10 07:40:44



Outlook 101: How to Connect Third-Party Apps to Your Calendar  

If you've read our list of the best email clients for iOS, you'll know Apple's Mail app doesn't cut it when it comes to third-party integration. If you want to use some of your favorite apps directly in your mail client's calendar, go with Outlook. Outlook will let you connect four third-party applications with its in-app calendar: Evernote, Facebook, Wunderlist, and Meetup. If you use any or all of these apps and services, you can quickly and easily set them up to work with your calendar in O

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2018-01-10 06:42:16



Dev Report: uSensAR Aims to Fill the Gap for Android Users Left by ARCore's Limits  

In 2017, major breakthroughs in smartphone-based simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) opened up new doorways for developers and users of both Apple and Android phones. Unfortunately for Android users, the solution that Google is previewing, ARCore, currently only works on three Android smartphones. But Silicon Valley start-up uSens is stepping in to fix that with its new engine called uSensAR. The announcement was made on Monday at CES 2018 in Las Vegas by uSens, a company known for so

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2018-01-10 06:06:44



How to Use Odin to Flash Samsung Galaxy Stock Firmware  

If you own a Samsung phone and enjoy rooting or modding your device, flashing official firmware can be very useful. Odin is Samsung's own internal program for loading such updates for testing purposes, and it's quite easy to use for your own custom modification needs. Though Odin is fairly simple, there are a few requirements and basics you'll need to learn first. While you can use some hacking to get Odin on a Mac, the native program works only with Windows. We will focus on instructions for

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2018-01-10 03:53:12



Messages Out of Order on Your iPhone? Use These Fixes to Display Conversations Correctly  

One of Apple's best products is iMessage, which allows for quick, creative, and free messaging between iOS and Mac devices. However, users are reporting that conversation threads in the Messages app are occasionally out of order, which is equal parts confusing and annoying. Luckily, we have some ideas on how to fix the problem. While the bulk of user complaints surrounding the random order of messages seems to have happened since the iOS 11.2.1 update on Dec. 13 (which is when I started experi

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2018-01-10 03:16:39



Google, Facebook & Huawei Seed AR & VR Talent Pool with Massive Donation to Univ. Of Washington Lab  

Google, Facebook, and Huawei have made an investment in nurturing the future of augmented and virtual reality through $6 million in contributions to the opening of a new center at the University of Washington. The UW Reality Lab at the Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science and Engineering on the Seattle campus will educate and develop future generations of AR and VR talent in the hopes of producing innovations and fostering research in the growing field. With the funding, the UW Reality La

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2018-01-09 21:27:18



This AR Toothbrush App Turns Learning Good Dental Hygiene Habits into a Game for Kids  

Who said brushing your teeth can't be fun? It certainly isn't Kolibree, a company that's introducing the world to the first augmented reality toothbrush for kids at this week's CES tech conference in Las Vegas. Not to be confused with the Marvel Comics character of the same name, Kolibree's Magik toothbrush app for mobile devices lets children play entertaining games that simultaneously challenge them to brush their teeth thoroughly. Kids can choose from 15 different imaginary worlds in the ap

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2018-01-09 16:45:33



Razer Phone Update Will Add Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 Surround Sound & HDR for Netflix  

The Razer Phone has already been crowned the best gaming phone on the market today, and it might need to make room on the mantle for another trophy: the best phone for Netflix. Its Quad HD 120 Hz display makes it a great option to binge Black Mirror on, but the Razer Phone didn't exactly stand out from the rest of the pack until now. Razer recently announced at CES 2018 that an over-the-air update "this month" will give the Razer Phone Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 and HDR support for Netflix. While

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2018-01-09 14:06:30



Rumor Roundup: Here's Everything We Know About the iPhone SE 2 So Far  

Apple finished 2017 strong by releasing the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and iPhone X. But one group of people were definitively left out in the cold — those seeking a refresh to the 2016 iPhone SE. The SE was a return to the pre-iPhone 6 and 6 Plus style, one of more jagged edges and 4-inch-screens. However, the refreshed internals and lower price point gave those seeking a smaller form factor a terrific option. The iPhone SE sold incredibly well, so it's no wonder that Apple is looking to come out wi...

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2018-01-09 13:42:31



Google's CES Parade Was Literally Rained On  

While Google has a water-resistant phone in the Pixel 2, its CES booth was anything but. According to Tech Crunch, Google had to shut down its two-level outdoor booth once it began to rain at the Las Vegas trade show. Even though Las Vegas is the driest city in the country, Mother Nature always has her idea of fun. Google closing the doors to their CES booth. CES 2018 is the first that Google has ever attended, and they're likely planning something huge. Tech Crunch pointed out that signs and m

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2018-01-09 11:46:24



How to Stream iPhone Games Directly to Twitch  

While the Twitch app for iOS came out way back in 2011, livestreaming iPhone games was a rarity until Apple recently updated its ReplayKit in iOS 11. However, Twitch hasn't jumped on the bandwagon yet, but that doesn't mean you can't livestream your iPhone games to Twitch right now. Livestreaming to Twitch from iOS has appeared in a few cases over the years in games such as Asphalt 8, Heroes of Order and Chaos, and TouchFish using TwitchKit, but few developers used the SDK, and Twitch has sinc

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2018-01-09 09:59:06



'Kinda Blue' Pixel 2 Now Available on the Google Store  

The Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL launched in 2017 with three colors: Clearly White, Just Black, and Kinda Blue. For those who wanted to stand out from the crowd a bit, Kinda Blue was the clear choice. Verizon, however, had other plans in mind, and Kinda Blue became exclusive to the carrier. That is, until now. Google's Project Fi Twitter account announced earlier today that the "Kinda Blue Pixel 2 has officially joined the Project Fi family." According to Android Central, you'll be able to purchase

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2018-01-09 09:24:50



The Best Battery Life $229 Can Buy: ASUS ZenFone Max Plus Is Coming to the US  

Not many smartphones are announced at CES these days — instead, you'll mostly see other types of electronics like Energeous's WattUp and Li-Fi. However, ASUS decided to share some good news for their US customers, and it comes in the form of a new phone with some interesting specs and a budget-friendly price tag. ASUS plans to release the ZenFone Max Plus (M1) to the US in February. However, this isn't your typical mid-range smartphone. Unlike phones in this price range, you get a formidable...

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2018-01-09 07:16:45



Rokid Glass Offers a Fashionable Entry into AR Smartglasses Space  

This year's CES seems particularly obesessed with VR, but augmented reality is offering a few surprises as well. One of those surprises arrived on Monday in the form of China's Rokid Glass. The consumer-focused AR smartglasses look like a pair of thick fashionista glasses (by way of Warhol) and are currently being shown off at the annual tech conference in Las Vegas. According to Slashgear, the device, which was produced by China-based AI and robotics company Rokid, weighs 120 grams (about 0.

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2018-01-09 07:01:28



Razer Is About to Steal Netflix Users Away from Other Phones  

The Razer Phone has already been crowned the best gaming phone on the market today, and it might need to make room on the mantle for another trophy: the best phone for Netflix. Its Quad HD 120 Hz display makes it a great option to binge Black Mirror on, but the Razer Phone didn't exactly stand out from the rest of the pack until now. Razer recently announced at CES 2018 that an over-the-air update "this month" will give the Razer Phone Dolby Digital Plus 5.1 and HDR support for Netflix. While

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2018-01-09 05:12:03



iOS 11.2.5 Beta 4 Released for iPhones with Fix for Loud Sounds  

Apple released the fourth beta for iOS 11.2.5 on Tuesday, Dec. 9, to developers and public beta testers. It comes only one day after the official release of iOS 11.2.2, which addressed the Spectre portion of the chip flaw security risks reported last week. If you're a developer or public beta tester with a valid configuration profile, go to "General" in your Settings app, then tap on "Software Update." Follow the on-screen instructions to download and install the iOS 11.2.5 beta, if you weren'

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2018-01-09 04:48:38



Flex Headset Could Help More Competition Muscle into the AR Enterprise Sector  

On Tuesday, original design manufacturer (ODM) Flex used the CES spotlight to help introduce a smartglasses reference design aimed at companies interested in bringing their own enterprise AR headsets to market. Flex AR is a head-mounted display with a similar form factor to HoloLens or Meta 2 that's capable of full-color augmented reality content at 1080p resolution. The device runs on a Snapdragon 835 processor, the same processor used in ODG's R-8 and R-9 smartglasses, although Flex uses a t

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2018-01-09 01:43:30



Dev Report: uSensAR Aims to Fill the Gap for Android Users Left by ARCore's Limits  

In 2017, major breakthroughs in smartphone-based simultaneous localization and mapping (SLAM) opened up new doorways for developers and users of both Apple and Android phones. Unfortunately for Android users, the solution that Google is previewing, ARCore, currently only works on three Android smartphones. But Silicon Valley start-up uSens is stepping in to fix that with its new engine called uSensAR. The announcement was made on Monday at CES 2018 in Las Vegas by uSens, a company known for so

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2018-01-08 17:27:53



How to Install the Leaked Galaxy S8 Android Oreo Update Now  

With beta testing coming to a close, it's quite likely we will see the stable Android Oreo OTA roll out for the Galaxy S8 in late January. Yesterday, a Reddit user posted a link to an official Oreo OTA build for the Galaxy S8. We've already detailed everything that's new in this stable build. Now, let's take a look at how you can install the update on your device. Updating is fairly simple, but you'll probably need to knock out some requirements beforehand. Most of the work will be done with O

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2018-01-08 14:14:10



Snapchat Rings in the New Year with a Lens Studio Contest for AR Artists  

Snap is turning to some light bribery to boost adoption of its new Lens Studio software. The January Jumpstart Challenge encourages artists to create and share a Lens that celebrates the New Year. One selected winner will take home a Lens Studio Swag Bag that includes an iPad Pro. In addition, the Lens could be featured in the Lens carousel for others to experience. The rules are easy: First, users are asked to create their masterpiece in their preferred software, and then import the artwork

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2018-01-08 14:01:10



Nvidia Accelerates Augmented Reality for Cars with Drive AR Platform for Automakers  

While self-driving cars appear to be as inevitable as augmented reality headsets, the auto industry and its technology partners likely have years of testing to complete and regulatory loopholes to jump through before self-driving cars hit most highways. Until then, the same computer and AI that will eventually be the driver in autonomous vehicles can be our backseat driver by way of AR. On Sunday, Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang took to the CES stage to discuss, among other things, its new Drive plat

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2018-01-08 13:18:42



5 Reasons You Should Use Be Using Norton Mobile Security on Your Android Device  

When it comes to your security, you want the best of the best. Why settle for mediocre service with something as valuable as your protection? Malware continues to make its way onto the Play Store, leaving millions of devices vulnerable. You need an app that will shield your devices from both the latest malware threats and threats nearby. And when it comes to antivirus apps, there is only one choice. Norton Mobile Security is the only security suite that provides all the tools needed to properl

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2018-01-08 11:56:16



How to Use the Chrome Browser Secure Shell App to SSH into Remote Devices  

Many guides on Null Byte require using the Secure Shell (SSH) to connect to a remote server. Unfortunately for beginners, learning to use SSH can become a confusing mix of third-party programs and native OS support. For Chrome OS users, using SSH is even more difficult. We'll fix this by using the Chrome Secure Shell app to establish an SSH connection from any device that can run a Chrome browser. The Secure Shell Chrome application provides PuTTy-like functionality for those that are familiar

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2018-01-08 11:25:38



Limited Edition Red-Colored Honor 7X Coming to the US Just Before Valentine's Day  

Huawei recently announced the Honor 7X, a mid-tier smartphone aimed at budget-conscious consumers. Spearheaded by the Kirin 659 SoC, it offers great performance at a price point where speed is normally an afterthought. Today, Huawei is making this $199 phone even more attractive by announcing a new limited edition color. At CES 2018 in Las Vegas, Huawei announced the Honor 7X will be getting a limited-edition red colorway. Only 20,000 units will be made available in this new color, which will

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2018-01-08 11:07:02



Outlook 101: How to Add Additional Email Addresses  

If you work with multiple email addresses, you need an app that can organize and declutter your day-to-day messages. Outlook is a great choice, but if you only have one account attached, it somewhat defeats the purpose. Lucky for you, adding additional email accounts is both quick and simple. When you first set up Outlook, you actually have the opportunity to add a second email address after completing the first. If you're like me, you might have tapped "Skip" to get back to your inbox full of

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2018-01-08 09:11:52



How to Use the Cowrie SSH Honeypot to Catch Attackers on Your Network  

The internet is constantly under siege by bots searching for vulnerabilities to attack and exploit. While conventional wisdom is to prevent these attacks, there are ways to deliberately lure hackers into a trap in order to spy on them, study their behavior, and capture samples of malware. In this tutorial, we'll be creating a Cowrie honeypot, an alluring target to attract and trap hackers. A honeypot is a network or internet-attached device designed to be attacked and given a specific set of v

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2018-01-08 07:47:25



New Galaxy Note 8 Android Oreo Build Leaked  

Excitement is building for the official Android Oreo release on the Galaxy S8, S8+, and the Galaxy Note 8. We detailed a leaked Oreo build for the Galaxy S8 and made a short tutorial on how to install it on your device. Now, there's a newer Oreo build available for the Galaxy Note 8 as well. Both of these builds appear to be closer to the official release candidate than the official beta updates on the Galaxy S8. The latest Note 8 firmware comes courtesy of prolific Samsung leaker mweinbach on

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2018-01-08 05:44:13



Merge Locks & Loads 6DoF Blaster for Mobile AR Shooting Games  

On Monday, toy maker Merge virtually blasted its way into CES 2018 with a new tech-meets-toys innovation in the form of an augmented reality gun controller for use with smartphone-powered first-person shooter apps. The 6DoF Blaster (6DoF refers to "six degrees of freedom"), apparently named by Merge's engineering department, includes a universal dock for a smartphone, which becomes the heads-up display and content viewer for AR FPS games. The accessory leverages positional tracking to turn rea

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2018-01-08 03:12:35



iOS 11.2.2 Released with Security Patch for Spectre Chip Vulnerability  

Apple released an iOS 11.2.2 update on Monday to iPads, iPhones, and iPod touches. The update comes as no surprise since news broke last week of a massive security vulnerabilities, named Meltdown and Spectre, which are found in smartphone chips throughout the industry. This update in large part addresses the security risks imposed by these chip flaws. Apple's official notes on the update are brief, instead devoting time to thanking those whose work contributed to the update. But, as promised,

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2018-01-08 02:43:22



Galaxy S8 Android Oreo Update Leaked — Here's What's New  

It's been nearly two months since Samsung kicked off the official Galaxy S8 beta program for Android Oreo. The Korean manufacturer recently announced that the beta is ending on January 15, so it's time to move on to the official build. Today, an official (non-beta) build of Oreo for the S8 has leaked. With beta testing coming to a close, it's quite likely we will see the stable Oreo update roll out in late January. Yesterday, a Reddit user posted a link to an official Oreo OTA build for the Ga

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2018-01-07 16:42:19



Meta 2 Dev 101: How to Get Started Developing for the Meta 2 in Unity  

Whether you're a veteran augmented reality developer looking for a quick access point to add a new platform to your arsenal or just getting started with your first AR head-mounted display, get ready to start developing for the Meta 2. In this short breakdown, we'll use the Unity engine as our core. In terms of AR development, Unity has become the unifying standard. A benefit of this standard is that (much like Unity has done for game development), eventually, you'll be able to develop an appli

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2018-01-07 12:28:42



How Hackers Use Hidden Data on Airline Boarding Passes to Hack Flights  

Millions of travelers pass through airports each day without understanding how powerful and insecure a boarding pass can be. Anyone can scan the boarding pass barcode with a mobile app, allowing access to frequent-flyer accounts and even a passenger's temporary airline account. In this guide, we will explore how hackers scan and decode the information contained in a boarding pass barcode and why. The average airline boarding pass contains a wealth of information that a hacker could potentially

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2018-01-07 10:22:25



Netflix 101: How to Change the Appearance of Subtitles & Captions on Your iPhone  

Whether you're watching Netflix on your Android tablet, smart TV, or computer, the process for changing how subtitles and closed captioning appear is the same. Plus, when you customize the font, size, color, and the background, all devices connected to your Netflix profile will update — except for iOS and tvOS devices. A different process is necessary for an iPad, iPhone, iPod touch, or Apple TV. For most devices, you just go your Netflix settings in a browser and tweak your subtitles appear...

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2018-01-07 07:27:39



Always-Updated List of Phones That Will Get Android Oreo  

When will my phone get Android Oreo? That's a question we're seeing and hearing often at the beginning of 2018. Many OEMs have officially kicked off beta programs to test 8.0, while others have confirmed a list of devices receiving the update. In addition, rumors have leaked about phones that might receive Oreo at some point this year. Let's take a look at everything we know so far. At this point, the largest Android OEMs have shared their Android Oreo roadmap for their flagship devices. A few

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2018-01-07 07:04:45



Google Play Music 101: How to Create the Perfect Music Playlist  

For those times when we need music grouped together for a specific task, we have playlists. Playlists are the next natural step after mastering your library and radio stations. While you've probably been an All-Star of curating playlists since your mid-90s mixtapes, Google Play Music has some pretty neat features that are going to really Smash your Mouth. Managing playlists can be a little tricky, but they can greatly supplement your listening experience. You can manually create playlists for

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2018-01-07 05:51:39



Outlook 101: How to Protect Emails with Face ID or Touch ID Security on Your iPhone  

Your email is just that — yours. You shouldn't have to worry about other people gaining access to it on your iPhone. Fortunately, Outlook agrees, and has included a way for you to protect your messages with one of two keys no one possesses but you — your face or fingerprint. To be fair, neither of these identifiers are foolproof. Apple claims that its Touch ID system has a one in 50,000 chance of being cracked, while Face ID's "one in a million" odds is better but doesn't always work. Stil...

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2018-01-06 17:43:17



3 Reasons You Still Need a Good Antivirus App on Android  

Many people think antivirus apps are useless — why pay a subscription fee when most malware can be avoided with common sense? But the thing is, there were an estimated 3.5 million malicious Android apps discovered last year, with many of them making their way onto the Play Store. As this number continues to rise, can you truly depend on common sense to protect you? Recently, Google removed 36 apps infested with adware that were hosted on the Play Store. Just a few months before that, Google ...

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2018-01-06 12:24:23



Netflix 101: How to Download Shows & Movies for Offline Playback  

Netflix added the ability to download TV shows and movies on Android and iOS for offline binging back in Nov. 2016, and the process is the same as it is today. So if you anticipate having some downtime to catch up on Narcos or give Bright a try when you'll be away from a secure Wi-Fi connection, download videos onto your phone and save your data for more important things. Due to licensing restrictions, you can't download everything that's available on Netflix, so you won't be able to watch all

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2018-01-06 11:20:14



Market Reality: Vuzix Pairs with Amazon Alexa at CES, Bill Gates Pushes AR, DAQRI Founder Gets Personal  

The Consumer Electronics Show (CES) is the first big tech event of 2018. This year, if the early news is any indication, augmented reality could be the big star of the show. Vuzix headlines our early CES coverage, but expect to see a bunch more next week. Vuzix Blade Will Be First AR Glasses with Amazon Alexa If CES 2018 is the starting gate for this year's race to release smartglasses, then Vuzix is already racing down the augmented reality track with its Blade smartglasses. After a "surre

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2018-01-06 09:36:42



Exploit Development: How to Read & Write to a Program's Memory Using a Format String Vulnerability  

Format strings are a handy way for programmers to whip up a string from several variables. They are designed to save the programmer time and allow their code to look much cleaner. Unbeknownst to some programmers, format strings can also be used by an attacker to compromise their entire program. In this guide, we are going to look at just how we can use a format string to exploit a running program. What Is a Format String? As mentioned above, a format string is a neat method by which a program

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2018-01-06 09:20:33



DAQRI Founder's Passionate TED Talk on Potential Impact of Augmented Reality Gets Personal  

The narratives around virtual reality consistently revolve around human empathy and emotion, while the story around augmented reality has been decidedly more dispassionate and business-focused — until now. In a stirring speech held at a recent TEDx event, Brian Mullins, the founder of augmented reality smartglasses startup DAQRI, took to the stage to share why he believes augmented reality can change our culture by providing information in ways that we might otherwise be unexposed to. To do...

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2018-01-06 03:17:49



Meltdown & Spectre: Here's How to Keep Your iPhone or Android Phone Secure  

You may have seen news reports over the last two days detailing a major security flaw in virtually all smartphones. The devices that are at risk are not limited to either iPhone or Android — all of us are affected. If you want to make sure your smartphone and its data stay secure, there are a few steps you can take. The two vulnerabilities at play here are called Meltdown and Spectre, and they're due to flaws in a very common mechanism used by processors. So a wide variety of electronic devi...

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2018-01-05 20:02:26



Vuzix Sharpens Focus on Consumers with Blade Debut at CES, Adds Amazon Alexa Functionality   

If CES 2018 is the starting gate for this year's race to release smartglasses, then Vuzix is already racing down the augmented reality track with its Blade smartglasses. After a "surreptitious" preview and a pre-order launch in 2017, Vuzix Blade will make its "official" debut at next week's CES event in Las Vegas (Central Hall Booth #17147). Vuzix is making the case for the Blade as the first "truly wearable" AR smartglasses for consumer and enterprise. And it's a strong case, as the Blade wei

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2018-01-05 11:13:31



This AR App Could Make Your Next Dentist Visit Less Frightening  

For some, going to the dentist can be a terrifying experience, but a new use of augmented reality could go a long way toward making the trip feel more like it's worth the orthodontic angst. A new app called Janus Health AR uses the camera of a tablet to capture a patient's smile for analysis before potential dental modifications. Using machine learning technology, the app identifies the smile in the image and compares it to more than 150 common smiles to determine the best fit. The app can the

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2018-01-05 10:12:45



Samsung Patents a 3D Touch System for Its Newest Galaxy Phone  

Ever since Apple launched 3D Touch in 2015, we've wondered when the feature would come to Android in earnest. While Android has supported pressure sensitive displays since Nougat and a few fringe manufacturers have taken advantage of it, none of the big OEMs have thrown their hats in the ring — that is, until now. According to GSMArena, Samsung recently patented a pressure sensitive display for an unannounced phone, possibly the upcoming Galaxy X. Theoretical renders of the Galaxy X.. The Ga...

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2018-01-05 05:31:33



How to Enable the New Native SSH Client on Windows 10  

For years, PuTTy has reigned supreme as the way to establish a Secure Shell (SSH) connection. However, those days are numbered with the addition of the OpenSSH server and client in the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, which brings Windows up to par with macOS and Linux's ability to use SSH natively. As a beta implementation of OpenSSH, native SSH support on Windows suffers from bugs. To date, it has 207 issues reported on the GitHub page, so if you love everything pretty and polished, you may

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2018-01-05 03:50:31



Netflix 101: How to Change the Size, Font & Color of Subtitles & Captions on Android  

Whether you're hard of hearing, watching a foreign movie, or just like reading along when you're watching a TV show or film on your smartphone, Netflix includes captions and subtitles that you can use. Best of all, if you don't like the way the default captions and subtitles look (color, background, font, or size), Netflix has your back. If you have an Android phone or tablet, the process is simple to customize captions and subtitles, though any changes you make will affect how subtitles appea

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2018-01-05 03:14:37



Binance 101: How to Install the Mobile App on Your iPhone  

Binance, a China-based cryptocurrency exchange, is rapidly gaining popularity thanks to the sheer selection of digital currencies you can purchase — Ripple (XRP), Tron (TRX), IOTA, and Stellar (XLM), to name a few — using both Bitcoin (BTC) and Ethereum (ETH). It's not on the App Store yet, but with a little work up front, you can trade cryptocurrency from your iPhone with Binance today. While there are other great exchanges like Poloniex, Kraken, and Bittrex that you can use to trade cryp...

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2018-01-05 01:55:32



Official Android Oreo Update Already Hit Some Galaxy Note 8s  

As the Samsung world anxiously awaits an official Android Oreo update, some Galaxy Note 8 users are waking up to find their devices have jumped the line. Are you one of them? Thanks to Reddit user Wizky911, we know that certain Galaxy Note 8 phones are updating themselves to Android 8.0. We don't know how many, nor do we know when to expect an official Galaxy Note 8 update. Wizky911, who claims to work for Samsung in the US, stated the updated SIM-less phone was an international factory-unloc

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2018-01-05 01:47:44



Sony's Leaked Xperia Phones Are the Ugliest We've Seen in 2018 So Far  

Okay, yes, 2018 has only just begun — but it's not our fault that Sony dropped some of the ugliest new phones on us since ... their last ugly phone in 2017. According to Evan Blass (@evleaks on Twitter), Sony will be "refreshing" their low- to mid-range phones (Xperia XA1, XA Ultra, and L) by debuting the Xperia XA2, XA2 Ultra, and L2 at CES next week. Blass elaborated on the leak with a post on Venturebeat. The biggest improvement to the XA2 and XA2 Ultra is inside, where the unsightly hand...

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2018-01-04 18:17:53



This HoloLens App Hopes to Offer Paramedics an Augmented Reality Assist During Emergencies  

A new telemedicine application for the Microsoft HoloLens is promising paramedics and EMTs a new tool for diagnosis and treatment of patients in the field. Designed through a partnership between medical software company Exelus and HoloLens developer HoloForge, Nomadeec leverages the gesture-based commands of the HoloLens to give practitioners access to customizable modules for patient assessments, clinical exams, and patient profiles. With Nomadeec, HoloLens can also act as a heads-up display

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2018-01-04 14:59:57



This Is the Best Way to Watch YouTube on Chromecast  

Sometimes I'm convinced Google has ADHD. They'll create a great product, then get distracted by the next moonshot and never put the finishing touches on their last project. Case in point, you can't just cast a playlist of your subscriptions from YouTube to Chromecast, even though that's how many people prefer to use YouTube. Luckily, there are great Android developers like Brbcrypto to pick up where Google left off. With a new app, you can create a playlist of all the recent videos uploaded to

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2018-01-04 14:30:34



How to Block Popups in Safari on Your iPhone  

Safari for iPhone is generally a good mobile browsing experience — except when it isn't. Popup ads are a real issue, and they cause both great annoyance as well as concern over iOS security. How do you stop these nuisances and return to a web without fear of popups? Through a combination of first- and third-party tools, you can arm your iPhone to fight against the scourge of unwelcome popup ads on the web. These options range from free to a mild expense, but all work towards the same goal ...

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2018-01-04 11:16:54



Netflix 101: How to Save Data When Streaming Movies & TV Shows  

If you don't have any home Wi-Fi, like to watch videos on public transportation, or just always find yourself streaming Netflix when there are no hotspots available, your cellular data is probably gobbled up fairly fast. For limited data plans, watching the next episode of your favorite TV show could mean overage charges on your cellular bill, but it doesn't have to. To keep data use down when streaming TV shows and movies in Netflix on your iPhone or Android device, there are a few options, d

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2018-01-04 11:14:47



InstaSaber Lets You Harness the Star Wars Force in AR with Only an iPhone & a Piece of Paper  

If you want your own lightsaber, you don't need to be a Jedi or have kyber crystals in your possession; now, thanks to augmented reality, all you need is an iPhone and a rolled up piece of paper. On Wednesday, app developer 2020CV released InstaSaber on the iOS App Store. The app uses the iPhone's camera to project a virtual light blade onto a physical paper hilt. The app tracks the hilt's movement, allowing iPadawans (just roll with it) to swing their makeshift lightsaber at will. Of course,

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2018-01-04 08:08:32



Facebook 101: How to Make Your Profile Pic a Video That Loops  

Instead of the still image we've been accustomed to since the inception of Facebook, you also have the option to apply a seven-second video as your profile image, which definitely mixes things up a bit with GIF-like animations. Best of all, this can be done straight from your iPhone or Android device. Within the Facebook app for iOS or Android, tap the hamburger menu button, then select your Facebook profile at the top of the screen. Next, tap your existing profile image, then you'll see a few

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2018-01-04 04:52:37



The OnePlus 5T Is Finally Coming to the US in a New Color  

The OnePlus 5T is a great device. However, for those of us in the States, we're pretty limited when it comes to OnePlus color choices. While we can pick one of two different spec models, both come in the same Midnight Black. Thankfully, OnePlus is about to change that, by releasing a brand new color to our region. The company has revealed on their US site — as well as their other international sites — that the OnePlus 5T will be available in the new color Sandstone White. Like the OnePlus ...

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2018-01-04 04:47:14



Bill Gates-Edited Time Magazine AR Cover Works on Apple's iPhone, Skips Microsoft's HoloLens  

It seems fitting that Time magazine's first augmented reality cover is an issue guest edited by Bill Gates, since the company he founded is currently leading the AR charge via the HoloLens. There's also a certain irony that the AR experience, which includes narration from Gates, is enabled through devices introduced by Steve Jobs, considering the famous feud between the tech titans when they helmed Microsoft and Apple, respectively. On Thursday, the magazine revealed that you can now install t

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2018-01-04 01:30:26






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