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Apple’s New Ideas For The iPhone 8 Released

The USPTO has released the patent for the iPhone 8. If you’re dying to know what’s in store for the new model, here are some of the new ideas the device is likely to have. The newly released patent describes a hidden TouchID sensor. This new innovation will go under the smartphone screen. According to the patent, a new technique allows sensors to be placed on any side of a device to provide more input sources. It also notes that these sensors can replace physical…

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Relax With These Five Smartphone Apps

If your phone is always buzzing with emails, texts and other forms of bother, you might be ready to toss it out the window. But hold it. There are lots of ways to use smartphone apps to lessen the stress in your life. Here are five of them. 1. Calm Calm focuses on meditation that helps you slow down. Customize your own blend of nature scenes and music to create an experience that works for you. If you’re on the go, you can limit that…

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Texture Is Your New Home For Science And Tech Magazines

If you’re into science and technology, it may seem oxymoronic to get your news from print sources. The Internet is vast and has all the information you could ever want. But then that would discount the simple pleasures of sitting down and reading a magazine, which I’m sure even the most cyber inclined among us still have a fondness for. In this day and age, however, when carrying around hardcopies of magazines is cumbersome and pointless, there is a new way to merge the old…

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For Wi-Fi, Scene Analysis and More, Turn to Canon Cameras

Sometimes, a great photo opportunity does not coincide with great lighting conditions. If you are trying to take a photo of a loved one at their graduation ceremony, capture a celebratory sky filled with fireworks, or snap a pic of a fleeting moment at a wedding, chances are that unfortunately, lighting will not always be on your side. But with Canon cameras, you won’t have to worry about bad lighting ruining a great photographic moment again. The Canon Rebel T6i is able to take quality images in different…

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New Invention Set To Make Your Cell Phone Water Resistant

We’ve all heard the stats and read the think pieces about mobile device use – we’re addicted to our cell phones. Or, at the very least, we have our mobile phones on us at all times. Our cell phones are our lifeline – they keep us connected to the ones we love and keep us on top of the latest news. So it’s no surprise that we’ve all made that tragic error at some point it – getting it wet. Whether dropped into a pool, puddle, lake or, unfortunately,…

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This Summer, Enhance Your Videos with A Canon EOS Camera

Are you tired of snapping vacation pics with your smartphone? Do you want to shoot a video in higher quality than what your iPhone or Android camera can provide? If you’re looking to take your photos and videos to the next level this summer, then the Canon’s EOS Cameras are just for you. The EOS Rebel SL1 Body is ideal to travel with, as it only weighs around 13 ounces — making it the world’s smallest and lightest SLR camera. So if you’re planning on vacationing somewhere…

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New Smartphone Comes With Night Vision Capability

For all the amazing things your average smartphone can do, they come up pretty short when you try to take a photo in the dark. But, the latest phone from Lumigon, the Lumigon T3, is the first of its kind that comes with a night vision camera built right in. The T3 actually comes with three cameras, the most impressive one is the 4 megapixel night vision camera with a thickness of 7.99mm, which the Danish company announced early last week. The little camera is able…

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Microsoft In Development On Pre-Sensing Touchscreen Technology

Touchscreen technology for smartphones is great and all, but it still has its share of kinks that can be annoying. Since menu options sometimes don’t appear on your phone screen until you physically touch it, it can be easy to hit the wrong thing and then have to backtrack. First world problems, I know – but if you’ve ever fumbled around with your phone or had to frantically tap over and over until the screen recognizes your touch, then you know where I’m coming from.…

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Why You Shouldn’t Rely On Your Smartphone To Take Great Pictures

Nowadays, a phone isn’t merely a “phone,” it’s a device that encapsulates the many features of other devices. And while no one should discredit the convenience a modern smartphone, as it is capable of condensing many apps and functions into one interface, there is one aspect of a smartphone that all too many find to be a selling point: the camera. The cameras found in cellular phones have increased in quality by veritable leaps and bounds, there is no denying that fact. But what many…

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Father.IO Turns The Whole World Into A First Person Shooter Game

The first-person shooter was a revolution in video games. If you’re a millennial, chances are you spent some time skulking through blocky levels as James Bond in Goldeneye, blowing away henchmen left, right and center. Or, even better, you engaged in an all out war zone with your friends on the multi-player mode. There’s no doubt this changed people’s perception of where gaming could go. So it was only a matter of time before developers started bringing first-person action to the (ostensibly) real world. Father.IO…

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