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How to Create Custom Wordlists for Password Cracking Using the Mentalist  

Beginners learning brute-forcing attacks against WPA handshakes are often let down by the limitations of default wordlists like RockYou based on stolen passwords. The science of brute-forcing goes beyond using these default lists, allowing us to be more efficient by making customized wordlists. Using the Mentalist, we can generate millions of likely passwords based on details about the target. Password cracking is a long-established art, relying on a combination of brute-force processing power

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2018-04-15 06:53:14



Snapchat 101: Send One Snap & Reach All Your Friends with Groups  

In case you missed it, you don't have to chat one-on-one anymore in Snapchat. The company added group chats back in 2016, and they are increasingly gaining new features such as video and audio chats, so communicating Snapchat-style with all your friends at once is better than it's ever been. As with regular snaps and one-on-one chats, messages, pictures, stickers, videos, and audio in groups disappear after 24 hours, leading to fast-paced conversations among participants. It also makes sending

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2018-04-15 03:49:40



22 Features You Probably Overlooked on Your Samsung Galaxy  

TouchWiz might not be the Android skin of choice for hardcore aficionados, but the Galaxy's OS still has a ton of great features up its sleeve that help provide one of the most enjoyable smartphone experiences out there. Many of these are relatively hidden and overlooked features that you may not be aware of. If these features leave you scratching your head wondering how you missed them, you're not alone. The good news is that all the tips come straight from TouchWiz, AKA Samsung Experience, s

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2018-04-14 09:02:04



iOS 11.3 Bug Removes Screenshot Previews for Some iPhone Users  

Apple's latest iPhone operating system is notorious for its frequent bugs and glitches. The latest iteration, iOS 11.3, is no exception, as users are experiencing not only 3D Touch issues but missing screenshot previews as well. Normally, when a screenshot is taken in iOS 11 or higher, the whole entire screen will flash white, then that full-screen white flash will start shrinking into the bottom left of the display until it becomes a small thumbnail preview of the screenshot, revealing the re

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2018-04-14 08:57:37



Nickelodeon Reels in AR Mode for Popular Mobile Game Sky Whale  

One of the most popular mobile games out there for kids has added an augmented reality mode that brings the titular character into the real world. An update of Nickelodeon's Sky Whale, available now on the App Store and Google Play renders the game's oceanic environment and its aquatic mammal in augmented reality. The objective of the game is to guide the narwhal and collect as many donuts as possible in the allotted time. Players can accrue coins to unlock special items that enhance the char

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2018-04-14 06:40:09



How to Run Kali Linux as a Windows Subsystem  

Kali Linux is known as being the de facto penetration-testing Linux distribution but can be a pain to use as an everyday OS — even more of a pain if that means carrying around a second laptop or the constant frustration of using the finicky Wi-Fi on virtual machines. But there's another option: installing a Kali subsystem on your Windows computer as a convenient compromise. Microsoft has introduced Windows Subsystem for Linux, or WSL, which lets users run their favorite Linux distributions d...

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2018-04-14 05:17:41



Facebook Camera Can Now Change Your World into an AR Paint Canvas  

For social media platforms like Facebook, augmented reality represents a whole new art form with which users can express themselves online. Now, Facebook is giving those users a new brush. A new AR painting tool for Facebook Camera, which began rolling out to users on Monday, leaves virtual trails that continually pulse and change colors. Not surprisingly, the creations can be captured in photos and video, and shared via Facebook and its Stories feature. "We wanted to give people an easy way

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2018-04-14 04:31:58



How to Use Leaked Password Databases to Create Brute-Force Wordlists  

To name just a few companies, VK, µTorrent, and ClixSense all suffered major data breaches at some point in the past. The leaked password databases from those and other online sites can be used to better understand how human-passwords are created and increase a hacker's success when performing brute-force attacks. In other articles, we will cover actually generating wordlists for use in password-cracking, but in this guide, we'll learn how to create wordlists of statistical complexity and len...

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2018-04-14 03:52:45



Market Reality: Bareburger & Zara Use AR for Marketing, While vTime Gets a Cash Infusion to Move from VR to AR  

Modern "mad men" are buying into augmented reality for marketing, with the two latest examples being trendy burger maker Bareburger and department store chain Zara. And one of the leading social VR platforms wants to diversify its business with AR as well, and it has convinced investors to back development of its platform for AR. Finally, while most observers believe wearables are the future of the AR, Lampix's marketing executive begs to differ. Bareburger Experiments with AR Menus Fast-cas

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2018-04-14 03:36:28



Here's Everything We Know About the LG V35 ThinQ  

After two years of poor sales, LG decided to shake up its mobile division. New executives are at the helm, and changes to their flagship lineups are already underway. The LG G series and the V series have already seen their share of shakeups, and it looks like this year, consumers will be introduced to a new device, the LG V35. Reputable leaker Evan Blass tweeted that at Mobile World Congress 2018, a new device known as the LG V35 ThinQ was seen by a select few individuals alongside the leaked

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2018-04-13 20:38:26



Bareburger's Recipe for Future Menus Includes a Heaping Portion of Augmented Reality via Snapchat  

Fast-casual burger restaurant Bareburger expects to one day replace all of its paper menus with 3D models of its burgers and other items rendered in augmented reality, but for now, the company is preparing some rather interesting limited AR interactions. The up-and-coming restaurant chain, framed by some as one of the hottest in the US, has partnered with augmented reality company Kabaq to soon recreate its entire menu in 3D and display those items in AR. Customers using Snapchat will be able

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2018-04-13 16:22:33



Try These 5 Hot New Snapchat Lenses This Weekend — Stranger Things, Pokémon & More  

While you were slaving away at work or school or whatever you were so busy doing over the last seven days, people have been hard at work creating a variety of new Snapchat lenses for your enjoyment. These lenses are hot off the presses, and I'm honestly really impressed with this week's crop. If you're not sure how to add new user-created lenses to your Snapchat, you can either tap a link or scan a Snapcode. Both will be provided down below in our April 13 list, so don't fret if you prefer one

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2018-04-13 15:53:19



You Can Play Harry Potter Hogwarts Mystery on Your iPhone Right Now — Here's How  

Mobile gamers who grew up on J.K. Rowling's fantasy epic have yet another reason to rejoice, as Jam City's Harry Potter: Hogwart Mystery is slated to touch down on both iOS and Android on April 25. But if you can't bear the wait, there's a little hack you can do to give the game a try right now. Set in between Harry Potter's birth and enrollment to the prestigious wizard academy, Hogwarts Mystery is a role-playing game that will have you uncover mysteries surrounding your brother's disappearan

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2018-04-13 09:43:32



How to Attack Web Applications with Burp Suite & SQL Injection  

Web applications are becoming more and more popular, replacing traditional desktop programs at an accelerated rate. With all these new apps out on the web comes a variety of security implications associated with being connected to the internet where anyone can poke and prod at them. One of the simplest, yet most prevalent types of security flaws found in modern web apps is SQL injection. A typical web app doesn't actually store any information in the app itself, but rather it communicates with

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2018-04-13 08:53:44



Zara AR App Brings Virtual Models to Life in Stores  

Department store chain Zara is temporarily ditching its mannequins and dressing up its stores with augmented reality experiences featuring virtual versions of real fashion models. Rolling out to 120 of its flagship stores worldwide, customers inside and outside the stores can view AR activations through the Zara AR app for iOS and Android. Store windows and in-store podiums, as well as shipping boxes for online orders, will display AR content when scanned. Video: . The experience shows AR im

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2018-04-13 08:08:59



ODG's Newest Wearable Allows FedEx Pilots to Use Augmented Reality to Navigate Emergency Situations  

On Thursday, Osterhout Design Group (ODG) revealed a new, specially-crafted oxygen mask that uses the same augmented reality technology from its smartglasses to assist FedEx Express pilots navigating dangerous conditions. More than a cleverly-constucted wordmark, the Smoke Assured Vision Enhanced Display (SAVED) heads-up display (HUD) connects to the airplane's flight computer and cameras affixed to the exterior of the craft. In addition to supplying oxygen, the mask can display critical fligh

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2018-04-13 06:59:10



How to Check Your Google Assistant History on Mobile  

Privacy is a hot topic. In the wake of Facebook's data scandal, many want to safeguard their personal info. On the other hand, we all gain a certain amount of convenience by using services administered by huge companies like Google, Facebook, and Twitter. Google Assistant collects plenty of data, but you can easily check what is stored and delete items at will. If you're Android user, you probably use Google Assistant in some capacity. Even if you use an iPhone, Google Assistant is still readi

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2018-04-13 01:57:42



PhotoBloom AR Brings Your Framed Photos to Life as Augmented Reality Videos  

Taking photos that are actually printed and hung on a real wall, versus being shot and shared via a social wall, is a seemingly lost art, but PhotoBloom AR wants to change that with augmented reality. Through an online portal, customers can upload a video and associated target image and order framed photos, greeting cards, or other printed products, which are then shipped to their home. With the PhotoBloom AR app for iOS or Android, anyone can then scan the photo to reveal the embedded video.

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2018-04-12 13:45:05



Here's Exactly When You Can Play Hearthstone's Newest Expansion, The Witchwood  

Blizzard announced last week that the latest Hearthstone expansion, The Witchwood, would be releasing on April 12 2018. Equipped with 135 "hair raising" new cards and mechanics like Echo and Rush, Hearthstone players across the globe are itching to start playing with the set the minute it drops. Now, we know exactly when that'll be. Other than wanting to be first, there's a more practical reason to be online the minute the set comes out. Blizzard's servers always back up for a couple hours aft

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2018-04-12 13:38:14



How to Customize iOS App Icons Without Jailbreaking Your iPhone  

While iOS offers a plentiful mix of excellent and exclusive features, what you see is what you get. Apple doesn't leave much room for customizability, meaning most people's iPhones look relatively the same. You can make yours stand out, however, by giving your apps unique and personal icons. While you can indeed litter your home screen with as many app icons as you see fit, you can't change an app's icon itself unless the developer has included that as a feature. Instead, you can create what a

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2018-04-12 11:28:01



Always-Updated List of iOS App URL Scheme Names  

If you've ever customized your app icons or played around with Workflow, you probably know how important URL scheme names are. Nearly all iOS apps assign themselves one of these names, and you need to know them if you want to add custom icons to your home screen or create a workflow that opens an app on your iPhone up. Finding the URL scheme name for a particular app is not easy. First, you have to download the IPA file for the app, which is not easy since the iTunes 12.7 update removed iOS ap

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2018-04-12 08:58:09



Now You Can Share & Borrow Hearthstone Decks with Your Friends  

With Hearthstone's latest expansion, The Witchwood, arriving on April 12 2018, Blizzard also rolled out a number of in-game improvements alongside Update 11.0. One improvement that could revolutionize the Friendly Challenge experience is deck sharing, allowing you and your friends to borrow each other's decks. Now, you'll be able to try out new cards and archetypes that you were never able to before, because you don't need to own the cards to do so. It's a fantastic feature that helps with the

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2018-04-12 08:13:03



How to Stop Apps from Automatically Uninstalling Themselves on Your iPhone  

If you've unlocked your iPhone lately and noticed some apps aren't fully installed anymore, you're not alone. After updating my device recently to a newer version of iOS 11, I didn't immediately understand what caused a few of my games to uninstall themselves. It turns out, there's a simple setting that explains what's going on. Introduced as a new feature in iOS 11, "Offload Unused Apps" will automatically delete apps that you haven't used in a while from your iPhone when you run out of stora

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2018-04-12 08:04:26



Surprising Uses: Your Phone Makes an Excellent AR Tape Measure  

Our phones have evolved past a simple pocket computer. They have become more like Swiss Army Knives, opening up possibilities that were previously considered Sci-Fi material. Thanks to the recent push into augmented reality, a new world of tools is becoming available to mobile users. With Apple's ARKit and Google's ARCore, Android and iOS users alike can now enjoy augmented reality (AR), enhancing the real world around them with software. While this technology is still in its infancy, we are a

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2018-04-12 04:16:50



Permanently Stop Any App from Updating on the Play Store — No Computer Needed  

App updates bring new functionality, but they can also break old features or introduce changes no one wants. Unfortunately, if you're holding onto an older app version because you don't want to accept the update, it becomes a lot harder to keep the rest of your apps updated. Sure, you could open the app's Play Store page and disable the "Automatic Updates" setting, but this has side effects. If you ever go to the My Apps section in the Play Store and hit "Update All," you'll be asked if you wa

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2018-04-11 18:07:05



How to Book Dinner Tables Directly from Apple Maps on Your iPhone  

Apple has taken great strides to ensure that iPhone users are having an Apple Maps experience on par or even better than Google Maps can provide. One of the factors powering this is extensions, which adds functionality to certain apps by giving them permission to interact. Among all the possibilities, one extension will let you reserve dinner tables right from inside Apple Maps. This extension for booking tables at restaurants was created by OpenTable, though Yelp also has one available. Howev

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2018-04-11 13:25:15



Instagram 101: How to Get Portrait Mode on Any Phone with Instagram's Focus Camera Format  

Although more and more smartphones are introducing portrait modes with their cameras, there are still plenty of devices out there — especially devices older than one or two years — that do not. While your particular smartphone might not offer you that bokeh effect, Instagram can, as it gives all smartphones software-based portrait modes. Instagram rolled out the Focus camera format April 10 on both iOS and Android. At this time, the implementation appears to be user-by-user. That means, ev...

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2018-04-11 11:56:17



Social VR Startup vTime Lands $7.6M to Launch Augmented Reality Version Later This Year  

One of the earliest players in the social virtual reality space, vTime, has just landed $7.6 million in new funding, which the company says is partially earmarked for developing and releasing an augmented reality version of its platform later this year. "Bootstrapped from launch by founder and CEO Martin Kenwright, the Series A investment will accelerate global growth and product development, and fuel R&D for the brand's augmented reality experience coming later in the year," the company's web

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2018-04-11 11:01:32



iOS Security 101: How to Untrust Computers Your iPhone Previously Connected To  

If you've ever connected your iPhone to a computer before, iOS would prompt you to "Trust" the computer and enter your passcode to confirm. According to Apple, trusted computers can "sync with your iOS device, create backups, and access your device's photos, videos, contacts, and other content." This is a lot to give a computer access to, especially if you do so with one you don't want to always trust. There are a number of reasons why you'd want to untrust a computer. Maybe you had a friend l

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2018-04-11 08:54:53



7 Tips for Securing a Red iPhone 8 Before They Sell Out  

Apple has introduced a special edition iPhone 8 and 8 Plus to bring attention to the ongoing worldwide battle against AIDS. As the second iPhones to carry the (PRODUCT)RED name, these rare iPhones may quickly sell out when preorders open up on Tuesday, April 10, at 5:30 a.m. (PDT), so we'll go over some tips to help you secure a red iPhone before it's gone. Featuring a more aesthetically pleasing black front that's contrasted by red body, these new iPhones will likely fly off the shelves faste

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2018-04-11 05:59:59



Facebook Messenger 101: How to Unsend Messages  

How many times have you ever sent a message on Facebook that you immediately wanted to undo? Unlike some email services, unsending on Messenger has only existed in our dreams. But that's all changing — now, Facebook is allowing users to unsend messages in its popular chat app. If, in your excitement, you jumped into Messenger immediately to try this feature out, you might be disappointed to see no undo button appear after sending out a message. That's because Facebook has not rolled out this...

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2018-04-11 05:57:48



How to Hide the Dock's Translucent Background on Your iPhone  

The idea of a dock on any smartphone, be it iPhone or Android, is a fantastic invention. It allows you to stay grounded with a core group of apps that you frequently use. However, sometimes that dock can feel like an obstruction in the face of style — but there's a trick to hiding that translucency behind those core apps at the bottom of your iPhone without jailbreaking. To hide your dock's translucent ribbon-like background, we'll be enlisting the help of some special wallpapers by Hideaki ...

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2018-04-11 05:30:02



Verizon's Envrmnt Team Opens Early Access to AR Design Easy App Creation Tool  

The augmented reality and VR arm of Verizon, Envrmnt, wants to make it really easy for anyone to create AR apps. AR Designer is a web-based tool with a drag-and-drop interface that enables non-developers to import 3D assets, build ARKit and ARCore apps, and publish them to the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. The full platform will be available in Fall 2018, but developers interested in jumping in now can register for early access. With the AR Designer platform, Envrnmt joins the growing

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2018-04-11 04:57:58



Instagram 101: How to Use Nametags to Quickly Add New Friends  

Instagram is no stranger to stealing features from Snapchat. Stories, originally a Snapchat invention, feels more at home with Instagram today. More recently, Instagram is attempting to repeat this feat with Nametags, a way to quickly add new friends akin to Snapchat's Snapcodes. While the feature has yet to officially launch, Instagram has been testing it in limited groups. While it's unclear whether these groups belong to Instagram's beta program, betas are usually where the company tests up

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2018-04-11 04:47:02



Microsoft Japan Concept Video Demos How HoloLens Will Help Pilot the Drone Ships of the Future  

Although the HoloLens is still primarily the domain of developers and researchers, the device is nevertheless on the cutting edge of showing us what will be possible with augmented reality in the coming years. The latest example comes via Microsoft Japan and a new concept video that shows off how the HoloLens will be used in the relatively near future to pilot autonomous ships. Japan's JRCS, a company focused on maritime logistics and the production and sale of electronic equipment for the shi

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2018-04-11 04:43:21



Make Apps Use the Entire Screen on Your Essential Phone — Even the Notch  

In the Android community, there's a lot of discussion about how display notches should be used. For some, hiding the notch is more appealing, but others feel that hiding it wastes screen real estate. Well, Essential just provided another solution that should satisfy both sides. Previously, the Essential PH-1 dealt with the notch by hiding it while in landscape and extending the screen around it in portrait mode. However, in the most recent Android 8.1 Oreo build, Essential's new approach perfe

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2018-04-11 04:14:11



How to Download IPA Files for the iOS Apps on Your iPhone  

Apple used to make it super easy to get the IPA version of any app on your iPhone just by syncing the device with iTunes, but ever since iTunes 12.7, that's no longer possible. Now, whenever you need to dig into an IPA file, whether it's to reverse engineer it or simply to look for the URL scheme name for Workflow or app icon customization, you'll need to use another Apple app on your Mac. The app in question is called Apple Configurator 2, and it's available for free the Mac App Store. It's p

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2018-04-11 03:45:08



27 Cool Little Android Features You Might Not Know About  

One of Android's biggest strengths is its flexibility. There's usually more than one way to perform the same task, which makes it easy to find an alternate method that works better for you. Android also has some hidden features that newer users might not be aware of, so we made this list to highlight lesser-known tips and tricks. These are all simple ways to improve your experience. None of our tips require downloading any third-party apps. We focused on the operating system and the apps inclu

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2018-04-11 03:30:51



Leap Motion Reveals Open-Source AR Headset Called Project North Star  

If it had come out just a week earlier, around April 1, no one would have believed it. But it's true, Leap Motion has developed its own prototype augmented reality headset, and it looks pretty wild. On Monday, April 9, the company unveiled Project North Star, a device that the company describes as having "the technical specifications of a pair of augmented glasses from the future," but at a fraction of the cost of some of the AR devices currently on the market. "Borrowing components from the

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2018-04-11 03:24:22



Cheap Mods: Turn Your Phone into a Boombox with a Few Household Items  

Even though smartphone audio quality has improved in recent years, the tiny built-in speakers aren't always loud enough. But if you want to turn the volume up to 11, all you need is a few household items to make a rig that will amplify your phone's speakers throughout the whole house. You can make this speaker amplifier out of just about anything cylindrical — Pringles cans, takeout soup containers, soda bottles, and so much more. This little DIY project is extremely easy and won't take up a...

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2018-04-11 02:15:17



How to Gift iOS Apps, Games, Movies, Music, Books & TV Shows to iPhone Users  

One of the best gifts that someone with an iPhone can receive is a paid app, hot new movie, bestselling album, gift card, or anything else in iTunes, iBooks, or the App Store that costs money. Even if it's a small $0.99 game that you heard a friend talking about, a gesture like this can go a long way. Gifting apps and media is now easier than ever, even if you don't have an iOS device yourself. If you've never gifted an app, game, movie, book, audiobook, song, album, gift card, or the like bef

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2018-04-11 02:08:52



Snapchat 'Upgraded' Its Android Camera Quality with 10-Year-Old Software  

You may have noticed improved photo quality in the Android Snapchat app in recent months. Believe it or not, this is because Snapchat only just recently started using a decade-old camera API that predates every Android phone in existence. The basic premise of APIs is simple — they're tools that the operating system provides to let apps make use of hardware and other system functions. With that in mind, let me explain why Snapchat is taking better photos recently, but is still far from being ...

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2018-04-11 01:27:43



Lampix Exec Gordon Meyer Joins The Reality Pod Podcast, Says the Future of AR Isn't in Wearables  

The future of augmented reality isn't on your smartphone or face, it's in the everyday items all around us. At least that's the belief of Gordon Meyer, the vice president of marketing at New York-based startup Lampix. Meyer joined me recently on The Reality Pod podcast to talk about why he believes this is true. Part of how he thinks this will be accomplished is by embedding depth-sensing cameras and projectors into items like lamps and overhead lights — from your bedroom to your office desk...

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2018-04-11 01:26:02



Samsung Is Still Awful at Flagship Updates  

In the Android community, Samsung's slow updates have long been the accepted norm. With the Note 8's recent Android Oreo update, Samsung completed annual version updates to their 2017 flagship lineup. Now is a great time to look back on how Samsung has fared with updates over the past few years. Hint: It's not pretty. Many users have excused the pattern of delayed updates due to the excellent hardware coming from Samsung on a regular basis. As Android has evolved, the importance of regular sec

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2018-04-11 01:24:58



The Weather Channel Forecasts More Augmented Reality for Its Live Broadcasts with Unreal Engine  

Just weeks after being acquired by comedian turned producer Byron Allen for $300 million, The Weather Channel has tapped augmented reality studio The Future Group to integrate immersive augmented reality experiences into its broadcast content. Augmented reality made its live broadcast debut for The Weather Channel in 2015. The technology helps on-air talent at the network to explain the science behind weather phenomena and tell more immersive stories. Powered by Unreal Engine, The Future Group

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2018-04-11 01:19:06



21 New Features in Android 8.1 for the Essential Phone  

After testing a series of Android 8.0 builds, Essential hit the reset button and jumped to Android 8.1 Oreo. The beta program didn't last long, as Essential has now released the official 8.1 update to the masses. The features from the 8.0 betas are all still there, plus a few goodies specific to the updated version. We'll highlight the standouts here. Essential's reason for jumping to 8.1 was that 8.0 had several stability problems that they believed were addressed with the small update. So no

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2018-04-11 01:10:24



How to Easily View Your Current Cellular Data Usage on Your iPhone  

If you can't afford an unlimited plan, you're limited to a certain amount of data each month on your iPhone. Even some unlimited data plans have carrier-imposed mobile data caps that throttle the user if they exceed them. Keeping track of your exact usage each day will help make sure you don't get billed more or throttled like a chump near the end of the month. Whether you have 1 GB or 10 GB of data to work with or even "unlimited," it's imperative that you know how to monitor your usage effec

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2018-04-08 05:05:19



If You Really Don't Care About Privacy, Here's What You Get by Giving Google All Your Data  

We're all aware that Google collects a notable portion of our data. Thanks to the increasing awareness, Google has added a number of privacy controls to limit data collection. But Google doesn't just collect personal data for no reason — many of your favorite apps will use this info to improve their services and add new features. Your interaction with Google services (such as their apps) reveals a lot about who you are. This information is useful to Google, as many of their customers are exp...

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2018-04-08 01:17:14



How to Hack Wi-Fi: Stealing Wi-Fi Passwords with an Evil Twin Attack  

While Wi-Fi networks can be set up by smart IT people, that doesn't mean the users of the network are similarly tech-savvy. We'll demonstrate how an evil twin attack can steal Wi-Fi passwords by kicking a user off their trusted network while creating a nearly identical fake one. This forces the victim to connect to the fake network and supply the Wi-Fi password to regain internet access. While a more technical user might spot this attack, it's surprisingly effective against those not trained t

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2018-04-07 11:53:53



ARCore 101: How to Create a Mobile AR Application in Unity, Part 1 (Setting Up the Software)  

If you've contemplated what's possible with augmented reality on mobile devices, and your interest has been piqued enough to start building your own Android-based AR app, then this is a great place to to acquire the basic beginner skills to complete it. Once we get everything installed, we'll create a simple project that allows us to detect surfaces and place custom objects on those surfaces. For months now, between ARKit and ARCore, we at Next Reality have seen and posted experience after exp

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2018-04-07 11:17:03



Startup YOUAR Demos Persistent, Cross-Platform AR Experiences via ARKit & ARCore  

Another AR cloud candidate has emerged in YOUAR, a startup that has developed a new system that enables persistent augmented reality experiences on iPhones and Android devices. Compatible with ARKit, ARCore, and other computer vision systems, YOUAR's UberCV system uses computer vision to enable AR cloud localization, enabling apps to display content in the same position between multiple users. The company demonstrated some of that cross-platform capability in a YouTube video (below) posted ea

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2018-04-07 04:57:20



Apple iPhone X Owners Get a Trio of Super-Realistic Snapchat Lenses Aided by the TrueDepth Camera  

Snapchat has released three new augmented reality Lenses that boast uber-accurate face tracking courtesy of the TrueDepth camera on the iPhone X and ARKit. Starting on Friday, professional wrestler-style face paint, a Day of the Dead-inspired mask with gold roses, and a golden masquerade ball mask with pink flowers will appear in the Snapchat Lens carousel for iPhone X users, per a company spokesperson. The Lenses were originally revealed during the iPhone X launch event six months ago, with

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2018-04-06 20:30:44



App from Japan Uses Apple's iPhone X to Transform Your Face & Voice into the Cutest Anime Character  

Apple's iPhone X now has the power to turn anyone into a Japanese anime character, thanks to a new app that harnesses the device's TrueDepth camera. Created by Tokyo-based ViRD Inc., the Puppemoji app allows you to transcend the confines of Apple's Animoji characters and record videos of yourself wearing virtual masks. Although the app highlights several anime character options, you can also don the visage of a sloth, a video game character, or simply place a black bar over your eyes if all yo

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2018-04-06 12:34:17



What Every Phone Gained by Adding a Notch  

If bezel-less was the goal of OEMs in 2017, 2018 seems to be the year of the notch. Thanks in no small part to Apple's iPhone X, more and more smartphone manufacturers are designing their displays with this polarizing cutout. While many are frustrated with the trend, it's worth taking the time to consider what each phone gains with the unique design. Reasons for building a smartphone with a notch vary greatly. Some of the more compelling reasons are based on technological need, where without t

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2018-04-06 11:18:07



Vuzix Seeks $80 Million in Defamation Lawsuit Over Unflattering Blade Smartglasses Report  

Augmented reality device maker Vuzix has filed a defamation lawsuit asking for $80 million in punitive damages, money damages, and interest against a short seller who has publicly claimed that the Amazon Alexa functionality of the company's Blade smartglasses is fraudulent. Filed with the Supreme Court of the State of New York, the action was triggered by a report written by self-described "activist investor" Richard Pearson via his MOX reports site on March 16 and subsequently published on Se

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2018-04-06 09:27:04



Pretend You're Playing Golf in The Masters Tournament with Snapchat's Latest AR Lens  

With the Masters, one of professional golfing's four most prestigious annual tournaments, now in full swing, Snapchat is giving users the ability to commemorate the moment in augmented reality. A new Lens in the Snapchat camera carousel places a white visor with the Masters logo and a pair of mirrored sunglasses on the user's face. And when a Snapchat user opens their mouth while using the Lens, a golf club swings across the screen and sends a golf ball flying off screen. All the while, the di

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2018-04-06 06:08:15



Try These 5 Hot New Snapchat Lenses This Weekend — Yodeling Walmart Kid, Loading Screen & More  

It's Friday, April 6, and that means it's time to look at some of the hottest lenses from the past week created by Snapchat users everywhere. Some memes are evergreen, some dissolve within a week, but these lenses are blazing hot right now in snaps across the platform. If you don't want your friends laughing at your weak lens game, you've gotta try these out right now. If you're unsure how to add new lenses to Snapchat, you can do so from tapping on a link or scanning a Snapcode, and we'll pro

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2018-04-06 03:28:56



Here's What You Get in Exchange for Giving Google Maps Your Data  

With over 1 billion downloads on the Play Store alone, Google Maps has become a staple for those traveling. Its popularity is the result of Google consistently improving its accuracy and adding new functionality. And this was only achieved with help of you — specifically, your data. Your data is the backbone of Google Maps' continued growth. With millions of users on both mobile platforms, Google has access to a large collection of location data which it analyzes. This helps Google Maps repr...

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2018-04-05 19:07:57



This Augmented Reality Panda App Uses the Voice of Kristen Bell to Teach Kids About Nature  

What's black and white, sounds like actress Kristen Bell, and is standing in your living room talking to your kids right now? Don't worry, that's just Genius the Panda, an augmented reality character from the Yakables app for iPhones and iPads. Using ARKit to place the animated panda in the user's physical environment, the app uses speech recognition to enable children to carry on a guided conversation with Genius the Panda. The app presents a series of questions on screen about pandas, such

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2018-04-05 16:58:41



Hacking Windows 10: How to Capture Keystrokes & Passwords Remotely  

Using a keylogger to intercept keys pressed on an infected computer can circumvent encryption used by email and secure chat clients. The collected data can often reveal usernames, passwords, and potentially compromising and private information which hackers abuse for financial gain. Once a hacker has created a payload and established a backdoor on the target computer of their choice, they have the full power of Metasploit to help them perform whatever post-exploitation attacks needed to get wh

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2018-04-05 11:32:06



The Easiest Way to Share a Wi-Fi Password from Your iPhone to an Android Device  

An awesome new feature appeared in iOS 11 that lets you easily share your Wi-Fi password to anyone else with iOS 11 or higher just by tapping "Share Password" on your iPhone when they try to connect to the same network. However, if your friend is using Android or another mobile OS, this feature doesn't help at all — but there's still an easier way than dealing with long, complicated passwords. With a simple app, you can make a QR code that your guests can scan with their smartphone to connec...

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2018-04-05 08:55:51



Artsy Claims Crown as First App to Take Advantage of ARKit's New Wall-Crawling Abilities  

Less than a week after ARKit 1.5 became available to the public through the iOS 11.3 update, the App Store has its first app with AR features (Artsy) to leverage Apple's AR toolkit update. Using ARKit's new vertical surface detection capabilities, Artsy gives users with compatible iPhones and iPads to view the art retailer's collection of more than 800,000 pieces of art, including famous works and examples from emerging artists, on the walls of their own homes and offices. Customers can then p

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2018-04-05 08:29:42



Hacking WhatsApp: How to Schedule Messages to Send Automatically  

Great ideas often strike at random times, but messaging friends and loved ones at an inopportune hour not only risks their wrath, but also increases the chances of your message not being paid proper attention to. Thankfully, there's an app that lets you create and post WhatsApp messages at the time you wish for maximum effect. SKEDit is an Android app that lets you schedule posts on both WhatsApp Business and WhatsApp itself, providing a handy way of relaying messages to friends and colleagues

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2018-04-05 07:53:01



Snapchat 101: How to Share Custom Lenses & Filters with Friends That Won't Disappear  

In late-2017, Snapchat debuted Lens Studio, a way for anyone to create their own augmented reality "world lenses" that can be shared to anyone with a Snapchat account. If you don't mind spending money, you can even create custom face lenses and basic overlay filters for special events. And while making lenses and filters have gotten pretty easy, distributing them is another matter entirely. Each lens and filter that users make automatically get their own Snapcode, a QR code-like image that oth

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2018-04-05 05:37:06



The New Harry Potter Game Is Coming This Month — Here's Who Is Playing Your Favorite Characters  

Ever since JamCity dropped the first trailer for Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery, fans have been eager to get their hands on the game. What Harry Potter fanatic wouldn't want to live out their own Hogwarts adventure on their iPhone or Android device? Well, we now know when the game is officially coming, as well as who will step into the shoes of our favorite, iconic Potter characters. JamCity has confirmed Harry Potter: Hogwarts Mystery will be hitting the iOS App Store and Android Play Store o

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2018-04-05 02:28:01



iOS Security 101: How to Keep Private Messages on Your iPhone's Lock Screen for Your Eyes Only  

When you leave your iPhone on a table or anywhere within somebody else's eyeshot, a private message may pop up on your lock screen that could be read by anyone who sees it. But there's a way to keep others from reading your possibly sensitive text messages and emails without giving up the convenience of lock screen notifications entirely. By default, whenever you get a notification from Mail, Outlook, Messages, Facebook Messenger, WhatsApp, or most other email clients and messenger apps, a pre

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2018-04-04 18:47:26



Rumor Roundup: Everything We Know So Far About Google's Pixel 3  

Although marked by initial scandals, many regard the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL as some of the best Android devices money can buy. With that precedent set, all Android users should be excited for whatever Google is cooking up with its third Pixel device, as their 2017 offerings have set the bar rather high. As it's still early in the year, rumors about the Pixel 3 are a bit thin. That being said, there's still plenty to sink our teeth into. Whether you want to know what chipset the Pixel 3 will be

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2018-04-04 13:02:16



Hacking Windows 10: How to Find Sensitive & 'Deleted' Files Remotely  

Deleted bank statements and private photos are still within an attacker's grasp, so don't think that emptying your recycling bin is enough to keep your files from coming back to life. It's possible for a hacker to recover compromising files and images from a backdoored computer completely without the victim's knowledge. Once a hacker has established a backdoor on a target computer, they can use Metasploit to do all kinds of things without ever being noticed. Post-exploitation attacks could be

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2018-04-04 12:52:41



How Google Uses Your Data to Improve Your Gmail Experience  

Your email inbox is a treasure trove of personal data. The people you contact, your writing style, which messages you flag as spam — all of this information and more can be used to paint a clear picture of you. Google knows this as well as anybody, so they use this data to constantly improve your experience in Gmail. A majority of the features being added rely on Gmail's automated scanners. This system reviews your emails and analyzes their contents to enable specific features and tools. Whi...

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2018-04-04 06:35:08



You Can Play Dead Rivals & Slaughter Zombies on Your iPhone Right Now  

Mobile gamers are well aware of this, but zombie shooters have become pretty stagnant and unimaginative in recent years. Too many entries in this genre feature the same cookie-cutter gameplay, but thankfully, Gameloft aims to change this. The company has soft-launched Dead Rivals in a few countries, and with a little work, you can try the game yourself right now. Dead Rivals is shaping up to be an incredibly immersive game that's sure to keep you stuck on you iPhone for hours on end. It featur

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2018-04-04 04:16:32



All the Latest News & Leaks on the LG G7 ThinQ  

This year looks to bring major changes for LG. After years of an underperforming mobile division, LG is taking a hard look at all its lineups and making some major changes to better compete in the smartphone market. This starts with a revision to the G series which might undergo its biggest year-to-year change. Rumor has it that LG delayed the G7's Mobile World Congress announcement after CEO Jo Seong-jin sent the phone back to the drawing board. While LG did offer a rebuttal to this leak, the

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2018-04-04 02:09:20



Mozilla Wants to Make Firefox Reality Your Web Browser for Augmented & Virtual Reality Headsets  

Before Google Chrome entered the scene and subsequently dominated the market, Firefox trailed only Internet Explorer as the most popular web browser. Now, Mozilla has its sights set on a new opportunity to revive its browser for immersive experiences. In a blog post on Tuesday, Mozilla announced that it will bring the Firefox Reality web browser to "next generation" augmented and virtual reality headsets. In the meantime, the source code for the browser will be available for developer modes on

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2018-04-04 01:59:49



Microsoft Shows Off Rare Images of Early HoloLens Prototypes  

All those early prototype images Magic Leap is so fond of showing off are great, but they rank a far second when compared to a new set of images just revealed by Microsoft in relation to the HoloLens. In a blog post on Tuesday, Microsoft's Bay Area Team posted images of the early prototype devices that led to the eventual release of the HoloLens. Accompanying the images are direct accounts from the team who worked on the device beginning in September of 2012, about two years before the company

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2018-04-04 01:32:32



Snapchat Highlights Augmented Reality Feature in New Group Video Chat  

Snapchat has added yet another social feature to its mobile app, and this one makes it possible to use augmented reality with a group of friends over video. Rolling out worldwide this week, the new Group Video Chat feature gives Snap users the opportunity to video conference with as many as 16 friends simultaneously. The feature is activated through the video camera icon in any Group Chat thread. Friends will then be prompted to join with an invitation. What makes this different from your run

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2018-04-03 11:27:44



Snapchat Refocuses on Its Camera & AR Magic in New Marketing Push  

With a fresh series of videos and a new webpage, Snapchat has composed an answer to its own question, "What is Snapchat?" In short, its answer is that "Snapchat is a camera." In an extended commercial (below) accompanying the new webpage, it's evident that the camera does quite a bit in AR as well. Video: . Snapchat followed up that commercial today with 10 tutorial videos explaining how to use its many features, including its AR Lenses. The Bitmoji tutorial also reminds users that their car

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2018-04-03 09:09:44



Apple AR: Apple's First Augmented Reality Wearable May Include MicroLED Panels from Taiwan, Report Says  

With numerous insider reports, patent awards, acquisitions, and hires over the past few years, augmented reality smartglasses from Apple appear to be an inevitability. The latest report, from Taiwan-based Digitimes Research analyst Luke Lin, reveals that Apple has tapped Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) to supply microLED panels on silicon-based backplanes for its rumored AR wearable as well as future iterations of the Apple Watch. Citing sources from up the supply chain, Lin

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2018-04-03 07:23:58



How to Hack Wi-Fi: Hunting Down & Cracking WEP Networks  

While the security behind WEP networks was broken in 2005, modern tools have made cracking them incredibly simple. In densely populated areas, WEP networks can be found in surprising and important places to this day, and they can be cracked in a matter of minutes. We'll show you how a hacker would do so and explain why they should be careful to avoid hacking into a honeypot. Often one of the first wireless attacks a hacker will learn, WEP networks in your area can be tracked down with only a f

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2018-04-03 04:09:55



WhatsApp 101: How to Add Descriptions to Group Chats  

There's a fine line between order and chaos in group chats. With all the cross-talk, threads can easily devolve into a random mess that has nothing to do with the original discussion topic. WhatsApp group chats certainly aren't immune to this problem, but they've recently taken a step in the right direction. WhatsApp now lets you add a description to group chats to keep them more organized and focused on the topic at hand. This feature is especially useful for businesses that rely on the popul

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2018-04-03 03:14:32



Why It's Worth Giving Gboard Permission to Record What You Type — Even in the Online Privacy Age  

With Gboard, Google created a keyboard with more functionality than just inputting words. The app includes features such as GIF search and live text translation, but it gets even better when you let it learn more about you. With this data, Gboard grows from a good keyboard to one that can complete your sentences. As with many Google services, Gboard collects a host of data from its users. While you are free to use Gboard without giving away this information, there are some distinct advantages

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2018-04-03 02:52:04



New Magic Leap Images Appear as Saudi Prince Gets Demo from CEO Rony Abovitz  

It turns out that the government of Saudi Arabia has managed to do something last month's Game Developers Conference couldn't — give us a few new glimpses of the Magic Leap One being worn by someone other than Shaq. Last month, Magic Leap used GDC to launch its SDK, hold a number of private parties at a special "Magic Leap House," and even give a few select attendees private, apparently NDA-locked demos. But while many were hoping to see the company use the event to hold the first public dem...

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2018-04-03 01:52:16



Master Fortnite on Your iPhone with These Tips  

Fans of Fortnite Battle Royale were understandably ecstatic when the smash hit arrived on mobile. While at first the game was restricted to invite-only, Fornite is now available to all on iOS. If you're just starting out, you're going to want to check out these expert tips to gain an advantage over the other new players. Fortnite isn't your average shoot 'em up — the game offers plenty of ways for players to improve their standing, obtain new items, and grow within Fortnite's mechanics. If y...

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2018-04-02 20:16:32



Snapchat's Easter Egg Hunt Showcases Potential for Branded Augmented Reality Games  

Alongside the usual collection of holiday-themed Lenses, Snapchatters received an extra-special treat from Snapchat over the weekend—a world-spanning Easter egg hunt. Like a highly-simplified version of Pokemon GO, The Great Snapchat Egg Hunt challenged Snapchat users to retrieve virtual eggs from real-world locations. Players tap on the found target on the game map when they arrive at the location. In turn, the virtual egg is displayed in the Snapchat camera, where players again tap the eg...

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2018-04-02 19:45:10



Hacking Windows 10: How to Capture & Exfiltrate Screenshots Remotely  

Screenshots taken from a compromised computer can provide hackers with access to private emails, photographs, and information found in sensitive documents. This data can be used by the attackers to build profiles of a target for social engineering attacks and blackmail or even just to release the information out in the wild. While getting a backdoor established on a target computer is no easy task, once a hacker has done so, he or she can perform a variety of covert attacks. They could easily

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2018-04-02 13:20:49



iOS 11.3 Update Ruins 3D Touch on iPhones  

It's no secret that iOS 11 is one buggy piece of software. Remarkably, even after three major updates, we're still seeing issues with our iPhones. This time, the glitches have come for 3D Touch on iPhones running the new iOS 11.3 update. The issue occurs when locking an iPhone from the home screen. When unlocking the iPhone with Touch ID or Face ID, 3D Touch is disabled momentarily. If you try to use the feature on an app icon immediately after unlocking your iPhone, your device will simply pr

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2018-04-02 12:14:33



How to See if Facebook Messenger Is Logging Your Calls & Texts (& Turn It Off)  

It hasn't been a great year for Facebook. Recently, Android users had to discover on their own that the company was logging their calls and texts in Messenger. However, according to Facebook, all users did approve of the data collection, and as such, all affected users can disable logging as well. While many users initially discovered their calls and texts were being logged by downloading their Facebook archives, the process for finding whether or not these settings are enabled is actually muc

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2018-04-02 11:53:08



Get Android P's Volume Slider on Any Phone & Control Media Volume by Default  

With the recent launch of the Android P developer preview, many are clamoring to get their hands on some of the new features. Unfortunately for most Android users, Android P will not arrive on their device until 2019. The good news is you can add one of Android P's biggest UI changes to your phone today with a simple app. In Android P, the volume slider has changed from a horizontal drop-down at the top of the screen to a vertical bar along the right center of the display. While the change isn

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2018-04-02 06:11:39



How to Play Netmarble's Firstborn Kingdom Come on Your iPhone Right Now  

Netmarble has released a new MMORTS game called Firstborn: Kingdom Come to go up against competing games like Lords Mobile. Unfortunately, the game seems to be stuck in development as a soft launch in select countries, limiting its exposure to gamers worldwide. But don't let this hiccup deter you — we've found a simple workaround to play the game on your iPhone right now. Firstborn Kingdom Come is an ambitious online strategy game that combines elements of base-building, quest-driven role-pl...

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2018-04-02 02:38:59



The First iOS 11.4 Beta for Just Dropped for iPhone, Messages on iCloud Returns  

Less than a week after iOS 11.3 was released to the public, iOS 11.4 beta dropped for developers. If you're an iPhone user, there doesn't seem to be much to love about iOS 11.4 just yet, since its believed to be mostly geared toward education uses for iPads, but Messages on iCloud is back, as well as AirPlay 2. The most notable addition to iOS 11.4 beta is the ClassKit framework for education apps, which works in conjunction with the "Schoolwork" app on iPads in schools. Obviously, anyone that

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2018-04-02 02:24:43



How to Hide the Notch on Any Android Phone  

After several Android phones started incorporating the iPhone X's notch, the online community was vocal, with many expressing hatred for the trend. Well, thanks to XDA Forum Moderator Zacharee1, we already have an app to undo the incoming wave of notches. As we wait for the arrival of more notch phones such as the LG G7, Huawei P20, and OnePlus 6, we were able to test the app on the first phone to start the notch trend — the Essential PH-1. While its notch wasn't as controversial as Apple's,...

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2018-04-01 11:09:09



6 Hidden Audio Mods for Your Galaxy S9  

With much of the hype centered around its powerful cameras, it's easy to overlook the equally impressive audio capabilities of the Galaxy S9. After all, the S9 and S9+ are the first Samsung flagships to feature AKG-tuned stereo speakers, and that's not even mentioning all the software enhancements that help deliver rich, immersive sound in several different listening situations. But many of these audio enhancements aren't enabled by default, so you have to dig deep within your phone's settings

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2018-04-01 08:08:32



How to Use Business Chat on Your iPhone to Securely Interact with Companies via iMessage  

Apple first announced Business Chat at last June's WWDC, a new way for customers to communicate with companies. While Business Chat did not arrive with the initial release of iOS 11, Apple promised it would roll out in beta for version 11.3. Now that iOS 11.3 is officially here, companies can start offering customer service in a whole new way. Right now, companies that currently support Business Chat include Apple, Discover, Hilton, The Home Depot, Lowe's, Marriott International, Newegg, Ameri

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2018-04-01 06:58:36



How to Turn Off Facebook Lite's Call & Text History Logging on Android  

The Android world exploded when it was discovered that Facebook was logging the call and text histories of many of its users, although the company claims those users had explicitly given Facebook permission to log that data. The case remains that many users were unaware of this activity, which occurs on both Messenger and Facebook Lite. Luckily, it's very easy to disable. Interestingly, Facebook Lite, unlike Facebook Messenger, lets everyone enable or disable call and text logging. This is in

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2018-04-01 04:56:14



Bake Cake in Real Eggshells for April Fool's Day or Easter  

These cake eggs are a gorgeous treat that also makes a delicious April Fool's Day prank. Getting a fairly humdrum breakfast of boiled eggs and fruit and discovering that it's cake instead is an eggcellent surprise, isn't it? If you want to make these for Easter instead, then they're an Instagram-worthy dessert to grace your brunch spread. This might be the only dessert that is appropriate for both April Fool's Day and Easter. The great thing about this idea is that you can customize the cake t

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2018-03-31 17:34:25



Hacking Windows 10: How to Steal & Decrypt Passwords Stored in Chrome & Firefox Remotely  

Passwords stored in web browsers like Google Chrome and Mozilla Firefox are a gold mine for hackers. An attacker with backdoor access to a compromised computer can easily dump and decrypt data stored in web browsers. So, you'll want to think twice before hitting "Save" next time you enter a new password. With a backdoor established on a target computer, hackers can perform a variety of covert attacks. It's possible to capture every keystroke typed on the computer, capture screenshots, and list

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2018-03-31 16:21:28



Yumi's Guide to Easter Egg Blowing  

Get crafty this Easter weekend with egg blowing, a technique where you poke holes on the ends of raw eggs and blow out all the yolk so that you can use the empty, still-intact eggshells for painting and decorating. Fun for the whole family and all that huffing and puffing just may distract you long enough from over-binging on the giant chocolate bunny and that package of sugary Peeps. Happy Easter! Don't Miss: 10 Unique Decorating Techniques for Easter Eggs Follow WonderHowTo on Facebook, Twi

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2018-03-31 09:39:09



How to Spoof Your Location to Get Around MLB Blackouts on Your Android Phone  

MLB.TV is a great service that lets you watch most Major League Baseball games in North America, as long as you're a subscriber, of course. While I personally love it, blackouts can ruin the ability to watch my favorite teams. Fortunately, MLB At Bat Android users have an easy way to bypass blackout restrictions — and with no root required. MLB.TV All Access subscribers can use the MLB At Bat application for free, but blackouts will still occur on some of the games you're most passionate abo...

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2018-03-31 09:20:38



Add Shoulder Buttons to Any Phone with a Few Strips of Tape  

With ultra competitive games like Fortnite Battle Royale and PUBG taking the mobile world by storm, gamers are looking for ways to get a leg up on the competition. One of the biggest advantages you can give yourself is the ability to aim and shoot while on the move, but that's not exactly easy with a touchscreen. Redditor Thiefsniper recently posted an image of a modded phone with shoulder buttons added — you know, those left and right index finger trigger buttons that are so handy on consol...

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2018-03-31 08:12:08



10 Unique & Unusual Decorating Techniques for Easter Eggs  

Hate making mistakes when you paint your Easter eggs? Cover your eggshells in chalk paint and decorate with chalk so that if you make a mistake, you can always erase it off and start over. If painting is not your thing but cheesy temporary tattoos are, you can pretend your egg is your forearm or inner wrist and decorate it with a temporary tattoo you can buy from pretty much anywhere that sells kids toys. For other crafty Easter egg decorating techniques, you can use washi tape, real plants t

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2018-03-31 06:56:54



Magic Leap Teases Cross-Platform Augmented Reality Experiences with iOS Developer Job Posting  

Why would Magic Leap, a company preparing to launch its first augmented reality headset this year, need a developer for iPhone and iPad apps? It's not as crazy as it sounds. The company has published a job listing for a senior iOS application developer to "help create the future of Mixed Reality computing." On the surface, it's an odd request, particularly since the company's Lumin OS is derived from Linux and the Android Open Source Project. One day, a senior iOS application developer will

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2018-03-31 05:59:34



Market Reality: Apple's AR Toolkit Is Slowly Catching on While Google & Snap Invest in More AR Development Tools  

The business of enabling the development of augmented reality experiences appears to be as lucrative as AR app development itself. Apple is already reaping the rewards for its own AR toolkit, with more than 13 million installs of ARKit apps in the six months since its launch. Meanwhile, Google is chomping at the bit to facilitate the development of multi-user AR experiences, backing yet another AR cloud platform. And Snap recently acquired its own 3D game engine that's capable of browser-based

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2018-03-31 04:31:40






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