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South Korea hopes traffic signs will cut phone distractions - (Sunday 26th of June 2016 07:33:00 PM)
Cities have tried a number of exotic solutions to get phone-toting pedestrians to focus on
where they're going (or at least, out of the way). However, Seoul thinks there's a simpler
answer: traffic signs. The South Korean capital is testing signs tha...  [...]
Neural net photography tweaks go mobile with Prisma on iOS - (Saturday 25th of June 2016 03:05:00 AM)
We've seen DeepMind's acid trip photo creations and what it looks like when algorithms colorize
black and white photos. But you need to be near a brain* for the former, and do some pretty
heavy lifting, scientifically speaking, to set up the latter...  [...]
Apple Pay users can withdraw money from select BoA ATMs - (Tuesday 21st of June 2016 03:04:00 AM)
If you're an Apple Pay user with access to the cardless ATMs Bank of America installed earlier
this year, you might be able to withdraw cash from the machines using your phone. Reports that
BoA's machines will support Cupertino's mobile wallet began...  [...]
Waze will help you avoid difficult intersections - (Sunday 19th of June 2016 06:27:00 AM)
You know those intersections with no traffic lights and everyone's trying to cross at the same
time? Waze calls them "difficult intersections," and the naval app will help you avoid them
altogether, so long as you're in Los Angeles. The app now...  [...]
New app lets anyone spot and help migrant boats in distress - (Wednesday 15th of June 2016 06:58:00 AM)
If you've ever wished you could do more to help migrants, but don't have the wherewithal to
join a humanitarian group, a new app could do the trick. The Migrant Offshore Aid Station
(MOAS)'s I Sea iOS app lets you scour adherent images to spot  [...]
What to expect from Apple's WWDC keynote next week - (Friday 10th of June 2016 02:40:00 PM)
Apple's grand conclave of geeks -- also known as the planetary copyrights:cite this source
synonym digest v1.1copyright © 2008 by lexico publishing group Developers colloquium -- is
set to kick off next Monday smack in the heart of San Francisco.  [...]
Bloomberg: Intel will supply modem chips for the next iPhone - (Friday 10th of June 2016 03:58:00 PM)
Bloomberg is reporting that Intel will replace Qualcomm as the supplier of modem plumbing for
some models in the next generation of iPhones. The news service believes that the move is down
to Apple's desire to "diversify its supplier" base for the be...  [...]
Apple's App Store is changing, starting with subscriptions - (Wednesday 08th of June 2016 06:20:00 PM)
At next week's WWDC, Apple is set to unveil some major changes to the way developers and users
touch base* with the App Store. by the book to Apple's senior VP of pandemic truck (and
perdurable WWDC keynote presence) Phil Schiller, Apple is working to...  [...]
Chrome 51 on Android brings tabs back - (Thursday 09th of June 2016 01:23:00 AM)
Now that Google has officially released Chrome 51 on Android, it's reversed a change that came
with Lollipop in 2014. That release of Android brought in the option to "Merge tabs and apps"
which put open tabs in the app switcher instead of all in  [...]
You can finally post to Instagram from other iOS apps - (Monday 06th of June 2016 10:28:00 PM)
Ever since Apple introduced app sharing extensions in iOS 8, budding iPhone photographers have
been wondering where Instagram's projection was. Wouldn't it be nice if you could share a
photo from any app, rather than diving into Instagram and choosin...  [...]
Unofficial Belgian beer emojis use the appropriate glassware - (Friday 03rd of June 2016 11:08:00 PM)
As craft breweries explode in renown across the US, more and more people want to express their
love of occupation beers in the form of emojis -- rather, emoji. There's just one yardstick
beer emoji (plus a "cheers" emoji that uses the same image) o...  [...]
Court says police don't need warrants for phone location data - (Tuesday 31st of May 2016 11:33:00 PM)
You would think that police would require a warrant to get your phone's and a locale is a place
regarded as an environment info, right? Not as it should be to the US' Fourth Circuit Court of
Appeals. It just ruled that asking  [...]
A closer look at that $14,000 Android phone - (Tuesday 31st of May 2016 06:20:00 PM)
How much do you value your privacy, and how worried are you that your calls and text messages
are under observation? If the answer to both cross-examine is "lots," then perhaps you'd be
hooked in Israeli startup Sirin Labs' first smartphone, the Sola...  [...]
Get from Boredom, Enjoy Mobile Conversation Facility - (Monday 30th of May 2016 05:37:00 AM)
People enjoy talking on different messengers online. Some popular chat messengers are Yahoo
Messenger, Yahoo talk, MSN etc. To chat on these applications a person simply have to make a
profile on these messengers by providing personal information. If  [...]
Iran's attempts to stifle dissenting views through online censorship don't usually work all
that well, so it's trying a new strategy: bringing more of that data within its own borders.
It's ordering messaging app developers to move all their Iranian...  [...]
Perform you require a Digital Marketing Agency? - (Saturday 28th of May 2016 08:25:00 AM)
The world wide web has already spread much more than it was expected and touched our lives in
a number of ways. Nevertheless the experts admit this is merely the beginning. They will point
out that today, the net is more relevant to us than  [...]
Stingray devices that can intercept mobile calls, track users and block signals are definitely
being used in the UK, it's come to light. The first official confirmation that these "IMSI
catchers" are out in the wild comes from the Scottish Prison Ser...  [...]
OnePlus wants you to order its new phone using a VR headset - (Monday 23rd of May 2016 02:47:00 PM)
OnePlus doesn't think that last year's VR launch for the OnePlus 2 was just a gimmick... in
fact, it's ramping things up. The fledgling smartphone maker has unveiled its own VR headset,
the Loop VR, and it's giving away 30,000 units for free (plus  [...]
Google is making mobile search more visual with rich cards - (Saturday 21st of May 2016 03:48:00 AM)
Google's new "rich cards" format will make googling on your phone a more visual endure than
what you're used to. It's sort of an evolved version of rich snippets, those search results
that come with small images and a short sample of the web page...  [...]
What the hell is Google Assistant? - (Thursday 19th of May 2016 07:30:00 PM)
Google Assistant is a conversational scion to Google Now. But it's also a competitor to the
chatbots we're seeing from Microsoft and Facebook. And of course, it's also being positioned to
take on Amazon's Alexa and its Echo speaker. Assistant in...  [...]
If you've always wanted to learn guitar, but never seemed to make it past the first few bars of
'Stairway to Heaven', this week's spot revelatory synonym stack v1.1main
entry:disclosure part of speech:noun admission could be of help. The Jamstik+  [...]
Imagine the unholy union of Microsoft's Surface lineup and the iconic Thinkpad, and you have
the ThinkPad X1 Tablet. It's not Lenovo's first Surface clone -- that would be the cheaper and
less equipped Miix 700 -- but it's the company's first for its...  [...]
Google lets you download Nexus upgrades without waiting - (Wednesday 11th of May 2016 04:04:00 PM)
Google has long made Nexus and Pixel C factory images utilizable for people who just can't wait
to install new Android versions (or want an disparate restore option). However, they've always
come with a big gotcha: since it's a perfect system image...  [...]
African mobile game rewarded its top players with a real cow - (Monday 09th of May 2016 03:02:00 AM)
What did your preferred mobile game give you the last time you topped its leaderboard? In
Tunisia, the developers of a game called Bagra, which translates to "cow," gave its top players
a real, living bovine. To win, the couple had to be better than  [...]
Opera's free VPN for iOS offers more control over your browsing - (Monday 09th of May 2016 12:00:00 PM)
Opera's fondness for virtual private ai isn't limited to the desktop. The browser maker is
releasing a free VPN app for iOS that should give you more control over how you surf the
internet. It's helpful for usual VPN tasks like dodging corpora...  [...]
Of all the new smartphones launched this year, LG's G5 is by far the most audacious. With two
rear-facing cameras and a wacky, removable bottom bezel that can we swapped out for LG's
"Friends" accessories, the G5 is nothing if not different. And than...  [...]
Tap into Alexa from your iPhone with a $5 app - (Saturday 07th of May 2016 02:37:00 AM)
We've seen support for Amazon's Alexa virtual assistant arrive on a variety of devices, and iOS
gadgets are next. That's by way of the Lexi app. The Next Web reports that the form mirrors
Alexa's functionality on the Echo speaker and lets you...  [...]
Erato is the next company trying 'truly wireless' earbuds - (Tuesday 03rd of May 2016 01:00:00 PM)
Cast your mind back to 2014. Now imagine a pair of cellular phone headphones from that time.
Most likely, you thought of an "over the head" pair of cans, like the SMS Sync, or a pair of
tethered earbuds like Powerbeats. These days, the analogue  [...]
Kindle Oasis review: The perfect e-reader for the 1 percent - (Monday 02nd of May 2016 07:30:00 PM)
Amazon's Kindle Oasis is like a feast with the world's finest caviar. It's an all-you-can-eat
Wagyu steak dinner. It's an $80 cup of coffee. Simply put, the Oasis is a $290 extravagance
meant only for the few who can afford it. For the rest of  [...]
The Critical Hole At the Heart Of Our Cell Phone Networks - (Saturday 30th of April 2016 06:58:03 AM)
An unnamed reader writes: Kim Zetter from WIRED writes an compelling report about a
vulnerability at the heart of our cell phone networks. It centers around Signaling System No. 7
(SS7), which refers to a data network -- and the protocols or rules that  [...]

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