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Popular Photo Editing App 'darkroom' Expands To The Ipad

Popular iPhone photo editing app Darkroom is today expanding to the iPad, marking the app's biggest update since its 2015 launch. Darkroom has been rebuilt from the ground up to add support for the iPad, which means there are app-wide...
Related topics: Ipad, Tablets, Iphone, Mobile Technology

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Weebly And Square Want To Fix Your Ugly Product Photos

According to Weebly, 75% of online shoppers say that product photography is very important when shopping online. For small or unknown businesses, professional looking product photos are even more important for establishing trust with potential...
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Iphone Xs And Iphone Xs Max Smart Battery Cases Spotted In Apple's Fall 2018 Merchandising Guide

Photos of Apple's rumored Smart Battery Cases for the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have been uncovered in a product merchandising guide for Apple Premium Resellers that was obtained by the blog Appleosophy. The guidelines instruct Apple Premium...
Related topics: Iphone, IPhone Battery, Mobile Technology, Apple

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How Computers Got Shockingly Good At Recognizing Images

Enlarge (credit: Aurich / Getty) Right now, I can open up Google Photos, type "beach," and see my photos from various beaches I've visited over the last decade. I never went through my photos and labeled them; instead, Google identifies beaches...
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Tumblr Porn Ban Goes Into Effect, Puppy Photos Caught In Sweep - Cnet

As users join the #TumblrProtest, the site's ban on "female-presenting nipples" comes in for special criticism.
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How To Disable Memories Alerts In Ios 12

Have you ever woken up to your iPhone or iPad alerting you to the fact that "You Have a New Memory" on this day, in the form of photos and videos you shot years ago? If the answer is yes, you've been the willing (or unwilling) recipient of a Photos...
Related topics: Ios, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Ipad, Tablets, Tech Videos

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This Device Backs Up Dslr Photos Using 4g And Works As A Wireless Tether

What if you could back up your photos as you shoot, instead of at home? The Cambuddy Plus is an accessory that uses 4G and high-speed Wi-Fi to automatically back up photos to a cloud service. The post This device backs up DSLR photos using 4G and...
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How To Check If Your Private Photos Were Exposed Due To Facebook’s Latest Bug

Facebook had to acknowledge another security issue late last week which impacted up to 6.8 million users. The bug exposed private photos, Facebook explained, allowing apps to access content that users hadn’t shared. Facebook has fixed the issue...
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This New Tool Reveals If Your Facebook Photos Were Exposed

Facebook has launched a tool allowing users to check if they were among the 6.8 million people whose private photos may have been exposed to third-party apps, the latest in the social network’s ongoing series of data lapses. News of the...
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Leak Claims The Samsung Galaxy S10 Display Hole Could Be Tiny

Samsung’s Galaxy S10 is the next big launch in the smartphone world, and naturally, there are all kinds of photos making the rounds every now and then. But if a recent leak is anything to go by, there’s a good chance that Samsung is close to...
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Android Phones’ Face Recognition Fooled By 3d Printed Head, Report Says

With fingerprint sensors disappearing, either behind screens or, in the case of the iPhone, completely, there is a great deal of attention and scrutiny being placed on face recognition. Although most of the tests have moved past using photos or even...
Related topics: Android, Mobile Technology, Iphone

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Apple In Trouble For Playing It Dirty Over The Iphone Xs Notch

As if Apple’s problems with the iPhone weren’t enough, two customers are now suing the company for allegedly hiding the notch in the official photos of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. In lawsuit papers, they explain that Cupertino is thus...
Related topics: Apple, Iphone, Mobile Technology, Lawsuits

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Google Photos No Longer Offers Unlimited Storage For Unsupported Video Formats

Google Photos will no longer let you upload unsupported video formats and take advantage of the free unlimited storage it offers, the company announced in a change to its support site earlier this week, as first spotted by Android Police. It’s a...
Related topics: Google, Tech Videos, Android, Mobile Technology, Police

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Google Lens For Android Revamped With Compact Interface And Other Tweaks

Google Lens rolled out to the Google app for iOS at the beginning of this week. As part of that availability, the visual search experience for Android also received a number of tweaks to optimize the interface in both Google Assistant and Google...
Related topics: Google, Android, Android Apps, Mobile Technology, Ios

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Facebook Flaw May Have Exposed Private Photos

Facebook says a software flaw may have exposed private photos of nearly 7 million users, the latest in a series of privacy issues facing the social media company. Facebook said Friday that the photo glitch gave about 1,500 software apps...
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Vsco Will Discontinue Its Desktop Photo Editing Presets On March 1st

VSCO is pretty well-known for its photo and video editing app, but the company has sold desktop presets as well. However, VSCO has now announced that it will shift its focus entirely towards mobile in the coming year and will, therefore, be...
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An Ai System Has Just Created The Most Realistic Looking Photos Ever

Computers are getting better at generating pictures of humans. This will go down well. AI systems can now create images of humans that are so lifelike they look like photographs, except the people in them don’t really exist.…

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Facebook Announces Latest Security Breach — An Estimated 6.8 Million Users Impacted

A so-called bug may have exposed the photos of millions of Facebook users without their permission, the social media giant announced Friday. How many people are impacted? As many as 6.8 million Facebook users may be impacted by a bug affecting...
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Dax Shepard Denies Cheating On Kristen Bell, But His Hookup Has Details And Photos

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How We're Getting Net Neutrality Back

Timothy KarrWithout Net Neutrality, large phone and cable companies will take control of the stories we tell, deciding who gets a voice and who doesn’t. (Photo: Maria Merkulova)

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