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AML is a little-know feature that automatically activates the geo-locating capabilities of iOS and Android phones, but countries have been slow to adopt it.

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Do you have an old smartphone lying around? Repurpose it! There are a number of ways you can reuse that old mobile device.

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Lifehacker

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iOS: If you’ve ever taken an R-rated picture on your phone, odds are good that you know it exists somewhere in your photo library. I’m pretty forgetful, but I know I’d remember that fact. I mean, there’s the setup process—lighting is important!—the fact that you have to at least partially undress, the multitude of photos you’ll take before you settle on the one perfect one, the knowledge that you’re probably sending this to someone (and might regret that fact later), etc.

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Web and app designers, it's time to meet PWAs, or progressive web apps: where your jobs combine.

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Design Boom

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following the release of its skin360 last year, a scanner tool that plugs into smartphones for an at-home analysis of a person’s skin conditions, neutrogena is now taking personalized skincare a step further with maskiD. developed to produce customized, 3D-printed beauty masks, the iOS app works by capturing an image of the user’s face through the phone’s 3-D camera, and analyzing it to provide different types of treatments for six different facial zones.
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We live in an era where mobile devices have officially topped desktop computers for internet browsing and web design has changed accordingly. And while the technology has evolved tremendously and we are loving it, the users’ expectations have grown as well.
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Bob Burrough recently showed off his 'environmentally-lit user interface,' which maps the lighting in a room to affect the UI for a realistic effect.

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The latest addition to Netflix' roster of shows comes from the Minecraft franchise, along with a twist: you can actually choose your own ending.

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There’s just something about this phone. From the moment I laid eyes on this thing, it just kind of made me happy. It’s small and adorable like a newborn puppy, and despite how petite it appears it photos, it looks and feels even smaller in person. And I’m not the only one that had this reaction. When I brought it into the office, people crowded around marveled. One person cooed at it, another said, “it’s perfect,” while a third remarked that this is the exact sort of thing they’d wished someone would make for years.

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Wired

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AI-powered visual search tools, like Google Lens and Bing Visual Search, promise a new way to search the world—but most people still type into a search box rather than point their camera at something. We've gotten used to manually searching for things over the past 25 years or so that search engines have been at our fingertips. Also, not all objects are directly in front of us at the time we’re searching for information about them.
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Luxury clothes brand Tommy Hilfiger has released a range of "smart clothing", containing inbuilt Bluetooth chips that allow the item's movements to be tracked and users to be rewarded for wearing them.
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Adobe has confirmed that a full version of Photoshop for Apple's iPad is in the works and should arrive in 2019.

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Native Union’s head of design Fabien Nauroy describes their new rose-hued collection as a “softer look”, a nod to the color trends led by the realm of fashion. The gentle hue joins the brand’s well established collection of Lightning cables designed to soften the eyesore of cables strengthened by a reinforced structure engineered to endure the constant stress of plugging and unplugging.
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dutch start-up bagtag proposes a modern solution of the constant overcrowding of the airports — the new device, which connects to your smartphone with bluetooth, lets you check in your luggage online. bagtag replaces the loose paper labels and shows your luggage information, saving your time usually spent in queues. 
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Just about two years ago we introduced neural machine translation (NMT) to Google Translate, significantly improving accuracy of our online translations. Today, we’re bringing NMT technology offline—on device. This means that the technology will run in the Google Translate apps directly on your Android or iOS device, so that you can get high-quality translations even when you don't have access to an internet connection.
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Photo: Motiv I’m not into watches or wristbands, but for the last few weeks I’ve been wearing a fitness tracker on my finger. It knows how long I sleep and detects when I walk or run, and all I’ve gotta do is wear it like jewelry and forget about it.
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