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Warning: Your Child May Be Able to Unlock Your iPhone Simply by Looking at It

Your child may be able to unlock your new iPhone X simply by looking at it. Seriously. If you use Apple’s Face ID technology – which unlocks iPhones by recognizing the user looking at the device – you may be at risk of having your child, parent, or other close family member being able to unlock your  Continue Reading…

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Why Google’s upcoming phone is more exciting than the iPhone X

I’m more excited for Google’s smartphone event on Oct. 4 than I am for the launch of the new iPhone X. Leading up into Apple’s event earlier this week, CNBC and most of the media knew all there was to know about what Apple had in store. Three iPhones were unveiled, including the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus  Continue Reading…

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The $999 iPhone X was an inevitability

With Tuesday’s announcement of the iPhone X, which comes with an edge-to-edge OLED display and starts at a staggering $999, it’s worth reflecting on how such a once-luxury device could transition to mass-market status and then flow back toward its premium perch. When details about the phone, nearly all of which leaked ahead of the time,  Continue Reading…

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Google Shows How To Take DSLR Quality Photos On a Smartphone

If you think smartphones are no good at nighttime shots, think again. Florian Kainz, a Google software engineer and keen photographer, has recently posted some stunning long exposure samples taken with a humble Nexus 6P which can stand toe to toe with those shot with his high-end DSLR. Writing on the Google Research Blog Kainz  Continue Reading…

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Emoji on the Web

Fonts aren’t always the answer Emoji began their existence as fonts, and for the most part they continue to be fonts to this day. Apple, Google, Microsoft, they all have their own emoji fonts (of course, they’re all different formats). If you are making a native app, on iOS or Android for example, an emoji  Continue Reading…

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