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Play 'Comix Zone' on Your iPhone Now & Relive the Glory Days of Arcade-Style Fighting Games  

Prepare yourself for a trip back to the days when a Sega Genesis was your gateway to premium gaming. The mid-nineties classic, Comix Zone, has been soft-launched in the Philippines, and while it's not officially available for gamers in the states, you can install it right now with a little hackery. Sketch Turner is a comic book artist who was trapped inside his own nightmarish world by Mortus, the main antagonist of his work of fiction, who comes to life when lightning strikes a panel in his c

2017-05-25 12:53:42
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Hands-on: Acer Windows Mixed Reality Dev Kit & Datascape  

One thing that I got more and more excited about as we got closer and closer to the Microsoft Build 2017 developers conference was finally learning about the new Acer Windows Mixed Reality head-mounted displays (HMD). Brandon Bray, Principal Group Program Manager at Microsoft, had teased us a few weeks earlier at the Vision Summit event in Los Angeles, California, and said there would be a lot more information at Build. Fortunately for us, he was right. The first day's keynote was not particul

2017-05-25 12:17:44
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Wish List: 18 Features We'd Like iOS 11 to Embrace on iPhones  

WWDC 2017 is right around the corner, where Apple is expected to reveal iOS 11, the newest version of their mobile operating system. There have been many rumors floating around about what iOS 11 will have in store for us, but not all of those features will end up in the final product — and a lot of the features you want won't actually make the cut, either. But that doesn't mean we can't hope for the best. Apple didn't exactly address all of the things we wanted iOS 10 to have, with deleting ...

2017-05-25 05:04:14
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NR50: Next Reality's 50 People to Watch: Amitt Mahajan  

From Farmville to selling a company to Google, Amitt Mahajan has been through the start-up ringer. Now, as managing partner with Presence Capital, he's funding the future of augmented and mixed reality. With interest in 3D graphics, Mahajan started his career working on game engines. That path that would eventually lead him to work for Epic Games, the creators of the ever-popular Unreal Engine. Mahajan left Epic Games to start My Mini Life which was purchased by Zynga where he co-created the s

2017-05-25 03:04:56
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How to Turn Your Galaxy S8 into a Google Pixel  

There's no debating that the Galaxy S8 and S8+ are top contenders for the most beautifully designed handsets of 2017, but the same can't be said for their TouchWiz interface, which has been met with lukewarm reception at best. Changing the UI by flashing a custom ROM has always been a popular option for people who wanted the most out of their Galaxy S-series phones, but this has become almost impossible with the widespread bootloader-locking on newer Samsung flagships. That said, there are so

2017-05-25 02:12:35
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Fix Play Services Battery Drain by Forcing It to Use Doze Mode  

Google Play Services has been near the top of every Android user's list of battery-sucking apps for years now. It's a core system app, so you'd expect some battery drain, but for many folks, it runs rampant. This is partly due to the fact that Google has exempted Play Services from Android's biggest battery-saving feature, Doze Mode. Unlike virtually every other app, Play Services is permanently set to "Not Optimized" by default in the Battery Optimization menu, and until now, there's been not

2017-05-24 16:24:51
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Brief Reality: ITC Infotech, PTC, Oracle Join Forces for Augmented Reality Service  

The common thread between this week's Brief Reality stories is that augmented reality is beginning to prove its worth as a technology that improves workflows and processes. From customer service to healthcare to manufacturing, augmented reality is helping companies improve productivity. ITC Infotech Enlists PTC & Oracle to Offer AR Service ITC Infotech, PTC and Oracle have entered into a joint partnership to offer an augmented reality solution for connected service. The solution aims to leve

2017-05-24 10:45:24
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Call Emergency Contacts Right from Your Quick Settings Tiles in Android Nougat  

If you're ever in a major accident or have a bout with acute onset health problems, first responders will need to know as much information about you in order to provide proper care. For this reason, paramedics and firemen have been trained to search a subject's cell phone to find ICE (in case of emergency) contacts that know your allergies, blood type, and other vital details. But now that virtually everyone uses a secured lock screen, it's almost impossible for first responders to access your

2017-05-24 06:39:52
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Doctors Are Saving Lives by Giving People Hep C Infected Kidneys  

Dramatic new research may change the fate of the hundreds of people who wait for a kidney transplant every year. The study hinged on the ability to cure hepatitis C infections, a possibility that became a reality in 2014. More than 97,000 patients are awaiting kidney transplants, often for as many as five or more years. One of the biggest factors affecting transplant wait time is the availability of organs — there just aren't enough to go around. And part of that reason is that donated kidne...

2017-05-24 06:26:57
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Don't Sweat It: New Workout Clothes Put Microbes to Work Keeping Us Cool & Dry  

Microbial cells can improve the functionality of clothes in creative and useful ways, including cooling us down during a workout or making clothing glow for better visibility. The innovative products were developed by a team of 14 researchers from MIT, in such broadly diverse in fields as mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, architecture, biological engineering, and fashion design, as well as researchers from New Balance Athletics. The project, named bioLogic, was co-led by Wen Wang,

2017-05-24 06:21:24
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Future Homeowners Can Walk Through House Before It's Built with VeriCon's HoloLens App  

In the past, to see a pre-constructed state of the house that you would one day live in, you had to be able to read blueprints or hire an artist to sketch it out. Later came the ability to have a 3D rendering of that house on a screen, but you'd still have to work hard to envision it in real life. Now, thanks to the mixed reality, you'll be able to see your future home in all its glory, standing right where it's supposed to go — in its actual soon-to-be size. We've seen something like this ...

2017-05-24 05:59:53
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Play 'WWE Tap Mania' on Your iPhone or Android Before It's Officially Released  

Every now and then, it's refreshing to play a game that doesn't involve much thinking. Sega is set to bring us just that, as a new game called WWE Tap Mania has soft launched for iOS and Android in the Philippines. As its name implies, lots of mindless tapping will be involved as you rampage across an endless horde of opponents. Don't let its simple premise fool you, though, the game comes packed with features that will keep you entertained for quite some time. In addition to defeating world

2017-05-24 04:38:15
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Blood Test Can Predict Severe Dengue Complications, Saving Kids' Lives  

Dengue fever is a danger to anyone living or visiting tropical or subtropical regions. It can be hard to detect the infection in its earliest and most treatable phase, especially in children. Luckily, new research highlights better techniques for triaging the disease in infected children with more severe symptoms, potentially saving lives. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, dengue fever (pronounced den-gee) infects upwards of 400 million people each year. Four related

2017-05-24 03:54:14
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How to Dry Your Soaking Wet Shoes Faster — Without Shrinking Them in the Dryer  

Wet shoes are uncomfortable, no one can deny that. Just think about walking around with soaking wet footwear ... and each squishy step you take. Makes you cringe, doesn't it? It can happen in heavy rain, at the beach, or from an unforeseen puddle on the street. And while you can't always avoid soggy shoes, you can rest easy knowing that the next time this happens to you, you know the secret trick to drying your shoes faster without damaging them with excessive heat. Beyond how they feel, wet s

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How to Hack Radio Frequencies: Building a Radio Listening Station to Decode Digital Audio & Police Dispatches  

On April 7, 2017, residents in Dallas, Texas, woke to the sound of emergency sirens blaring all over the city. No one could shut them off, and after repeated efforts to contain the situation, the city had to shut down the entire system. While the media reported a sophisticated computer hack was responsible, the truth was much less high-tech. The sirens in Dallas were controlled by a series of radio signals that weren't encrypted, and anyone could broadcast them with the right equipment. Turns

2017-05-23 18:44:07
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Don't Sweat It: New Workout Clothes Put Microbes to Work Keeping Us Cool and Dry  

Microbial cells can improve the functionality of clothes in creative and useful ways, including cooling us down during a workout or making clothing glow for better visibility. The innovative products were developed by a team of 14 researchers from MIT, in such broadly diverse in fields as mechanical engineering, chemical engineering, architecture, biological engineering, and fashion design, as well as researchers from New Balance Athletics. The project, named bioLogic, was co-led by Wen Wang,

2017-05-23 13:55:46
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HeadsupAR Turns Smartphones into Mixed Reality Headsets  

Three years ago, with VR enthusiasts prepared to throw their money at Oculus to get their hands on the yet-to-be-release Rift headset, Google surprised the audience for Google I/O with Google Cardboard, a seemingly late April Fool's joke that actually jump-started virtual reality. Now, just as Cardboard made VR accessible and affordable to all, Threye Interactive wants to do the same for augmented reality. HeadsupAR is a head-mounted device that, like Cardboard, is powered by a smartphone. Th

2017-05-23 08:22:50
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A Protein Found in Ticks Can Help Kill MRSA Infections  

As researchers from Yale searched our environment for compounds to aid in the battle against drug-resistant bacteria, they got an unlikely assist from ticks. Ticks are best known for being the nasty bloodsuckers that spread dangerous infections like Lyme disease, the Powassan virus, and babesiosis. For the most part, their range across the US is spreading, and so are the infections they carry. In surprising news, a study published in the journal Antimicrobial Agents and Chemotherapy describes

2017-05-23 02:55:20
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New, Tougher Malaria Drug Could Prevent a Half Million Deaths  

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that there were 212 million cases of malaria across the world in 2015, and 429,000 of those people died — mostly children living in Africa. Preventing and treating those infections has been a challenging world priority. That makes a new malaria drug discovery — published in Science Translational Medicine — incredibly important. A team of international researchers, led by Kelly Chibale at the University of Cape Town in South Africa,...

2017-05-23 02:09:28
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Access Your Galaxy S8's Brightness Slider with a Single Swipe  

We just keep discovering hidden features and settings scattered throughout the Galaxy S8's system like little digital Easter eggs that were largely left unadvertised. One such setting is an option that lets you change the placement of your S8's display brightness slider. Though automatic brightness is enabled by default, many of us prefer to adjust screen brightness manually for more precise control. Unfortunately, the S8's brightness bar sits below the Quick Settings tiles by default, meaning

2017-05-22 14:51:23
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How to Download Music from SoundCloud Straight to Your Android Device  

SoundCloud is one of the most popular music streaming services for good reason. You can upload your own music, listen to remixes from your favorite DJ, check out the latest releases from mainstream artists, and even discover new artists. But while you've always been able to listen to most songs for free, you couldn't download MP3s in the official app without paying for SoundCloud Pro — until now, that is. Developers skyguy126 and stirante have created an Xposed module that enables downloadin...

2017-05-22 11:54:01
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Microbial Conversations Lead Trees Uphill to Escape Warming Climates  

The future of forests looks dreary in the face of a warming climate, but scientists are exploring the relationship between soil microbes and the ability of trees to move to higher altitudes, a key component of their survival. With the rate of ice melting and sea level rise happening right now, we're already due for a fair amount of global warming. While treaties and protocols may reduce greenhouse gasses in the future, it will not be enough to stop the damage already done and in progress. Glo

2017-05-22 07:49:30
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Ford Pins Its Survival on Driverless with Its New CEO Appointment  

Ford's appointment of Jim Hackett as its new president and CEO reflects how the company is largely pinning its long-term survival hopes on its driverless business. Following his previous role as head of Ford's Smart Mobility division, which overseas Ford's autonomous driving activity, Hackett will help the company take a more self-driving direction as a whole. Ford has realized its leadership must be ready for the transportation industry's expected seismic shift to a driverless business model

2017-05-22 06:27:30
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Android Basics: How to Find Your Phone's Screen Density Value (320 DPI, 480 DPI, 640 DPI, Etc.)  

There are at least 24,000 different Android devices, and they all have varying hardware components. This is why many developers publish several unique variants of their apps, which, among other things, helps accommodate all of the different display sizes and resolutions on Android phones and tablets. When there are multiple variants of an app, the Play Store automatically serves up the correct version for your particular device. But if you're sideloading an app from a site like APKMirror, you'

2017-05-22 04:30:36
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The Body's Own Cells Can Be Engineered to Protect Against HIV Infection  

The problem with HIV is that it attacks and kills the very cells of the immune system that are supposed to protect us from infections — white blood cells. But a new technique, developed by scientists at The Scripps Research Institute (TSRI) in La Jolla, California, offers a distinct HIV-killing advantage. How HIV Gets So Bad Once inside a white blood cell called a CD4, the virus takes over the cell's DNA and uses it to make copies of HIV. The new viruses burst out of the cells, killing them...

2017-05-22 04:20:08
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Unlock the Hidden 'Indie Corner' Category on Google Play to Find Great Indie Games  

Mobile gaming is a huge industry that raked in more than $91 billion in revenue in 2016, and of course, all of the major players get most of the glory. But smaller, independent game developers make some of the most fun and unique games out there — it's just harder to find their stuff because they don't have the promotional budget of studios like Rovio and Gameloft. Thankfully, the little guys finally have their own spotlight, as there's a section in the Google Play Store that highlights the ...

2017-05-21 21:17:28
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This Simple Trick Will Significantly Boost Multitasking on Your S8  

Android Nougat included a feature that made it significantly easier for users to switch between recent apps, giving them the ability to quickly go to and fro like never before. This relatively unknown feature has carried over to the Galaxy S8, and it's sure to make multitasking on Samsung's flagship a whole lot more convenient. There's more to multitasking than using two apps side by side, as there are plenty of times where it would be easier to just flip back and forth between a set of apps t

2017-05-21 12:08:58
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New Research Makes Detecting Flu as Easy as a Pregnancy Test  

Could your fever, body aches, cough, and sore throat be the flu? Soon, finding out may not involve a trip to the doctor. Right now, diagnosing the flu is something done at your doctor's office or hospital and involves a gag-inducing brushing inside your nose to collect cells containing the flu virus. Then, either a rapid (but not very accurate) test can be run in about 30 minutes on the sample collected or the sample can be sent to a specialized lab where they can grow and identify any flu vir

2017-05-21 11:28:52
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Hybrid Molecule Delivers 1-2 Punch to Find & Attack Nasty Staph Bacteria  

Drug-resistant bacteria have made curing some infections challenging, if not nearly impossible. By 2050, it's estimated that 10 million people will be dying annually from infections with antibiotic-resistant organisms. Scientists have responded to the challenge with novel strategies. They have searched for and discovered new antibiotics in unlikely places in nature — a process called bioprospecting. New antibiotics have been found in coal fires, road kill, and deeper dives into chemicals pro...

2017-05-21 10:53:24
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How to Load & Use Keystroke Injection Payloads on the USB Rubber Ducky  

Keystroke injection attacks are popular because they exploit the trust computers have in human interface devices (HIDs). One of the most popular and easily accessible keystroke injection tools is the USB Rubber Ducky from Hack5, which has a huge range of uses beyond simple HID attacks. The USB Rubber Ducky can be used to attack any unlocked computer in seconds or to automate processes and save time. Quacking Like a Keyboard This tutorial will begin exploring keystroke injection attacks with t

2017-05-21 04:20:45
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Get the iPhone's 'Guided Access' on Android to Lock Kids (& Troublesome Friends) Out of Apps  

If you're a parent of a toddler (or have a friend that acts like a toddler), you occasionally need to take a break just to preserve your mental health. The perfect way to buy yourself some "me time" in this scenario would be to pull up an episode of Dora the Explorer on Netflix or YouTube, then hand your phone or tablet over to your child (or child-like friend) and try your best to relax while they're occupied. The only problem here is that kids are curious creatures. If left unsupervised for

2017-05-20 19:53:47
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Tip: Quickly Switch Between Front & Rear Cameras on Your Galaxy S8  

It's never fun to fidget around with your phone's camera while you're out and about, especially when it comes to transitioning between its front- and rear-facing cameras. Thankfully, Galaxy S8 users can scratch this one off their list of inconveniences, as Samsung has built in some nifty features that let you switch from the main shooter to the selfie cam without having to look at the screen or tap on the camera switch icon. There are two ways to quickly rotate between the S8's primary and sec

2017-05-20 12:18:50
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Bandages Made of Recycled Shrimp Shells Fight Infections & Stop Bleeding  

An innovative new wound dressing has been developed by a research team at Lodz University of Technology in Poland that uses crustacean shells to create a bandage that packs an antimicrobial punch — and even more potential to help solve a global problem. Bandages typically help speed healing by containing bleeding, keeping wounds clean, and protecting them. Adding an antibiotic or other medicinal agent is usually added before or with the bandage to help fight infections in the wound. The new ...

2017-05-20 12:11:17
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SafetyNet Explained: Why SafetyNet Shows That Google Actually Cares About Android Root  

Put yourself in Google's shoes: You know that business is becoming increasingly mobile, but the mobile operating system you maintain is wide open by design, and it's garnered legions of loyal fans that love to explore and exploit every aspect of it. There's a clear conflict of interest developing. If you maintain status quo, you'll lose valuable enterprise customers, banking apps will flee, and media companies with DRM-protected content will shun your OS. But if you lock everything down tight,

2017-05-20 11:14:43
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Microsoft Demonstrates Holograms with Phase-Only Displays  

Microsoft Research has published a technical paper reviewing their work with near-eye displays for virtual and augmented reality to project phase-only holograms. The team built a holographic projector that displayed a series of sub-holograms, which allowed the hologram to display variable depths of focused light. The projector was then combined with a series of eyepieces to achieve the displays. With their prototype display, the team was able to achieve high-quality holographic images. By pro

2017-05-20 05:03:17
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New Study Illuminates Role Our Cellular Powerhouses Play in Fighting Off Chlamydia Infections  

Mitochondria are known as the powerhouses of our cells because they generate energy to power them. But they also play a key role in the death of cells when they're damaged, infected, stressed, no longer needed, or at the end of their life. Some infections, like chlamydia, are able to trick cells into staying alive by tinkering with how these mitochondria work, just to make copies of itself. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that 2.86 million chlamydia infections occur in

2017-05-20 04:28:51
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Heart-Damaging 'Kissing Bug' Parasite Infects Thousands a Year in the US — & You May Not Know Until It's Too Late  

Take a close look at the image above. These bugs spread a deadly parasite that infects thousands of people each year. They also live in the US, and it's important to know where they are and whether you need to worry that they're carrying a dangerous infection. Triatoma bugs are insects that serve as a vector for protozoa called Trypanosoma cruzi. As a vector, that means triatoma insects, more commonly called "kissing bugs," are responsible for the spread of a damaging and devastating disease t

2017-05-19 19:44:06
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Blast from the Past: You Can Now Play Runescape Classic on Android  

Long before World of Warcraft and Diablo II, Runescape was the dominant MMORPG on the scene. The browser-based game was one of the pioneers in this genre, giving players the chance to practically live a second life in a virtual fantasy realm where they had free rein. Unsurprisingly, Runescape is still running strong despite its age and has even caught up with the times, as it can now be enjoyed from your Android phone. For those who are curious about Runescape, it's a multiplayer game set in an

2017-05-19 11:32:20
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How to Remove Annoying Promoted Content & Ads from Twitter  

Nobody likes ads, especially when they're tailored to your browsing history like the promoted content posts on Twitter. These deceptive advertisements are injected into your feed, trying to hijack your attention with clickbaity headlines and distracting images. You most certainly don't need it, and I'm positive the Kardashians don't need any more publicity, they seem to be doing quite well. You can tweak a couple of settings in Twitter to stop the promoted content from raining down upon you as

2017-05-19 09:26:08
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Market Reality: Aira Raises Funding for Visual Interpreter Service  

Over the past week, we are seeing more companies capitalizing on services leveraging augmented reality. One company secured funding to expand their service, while two other companies grow its own services through acquisition. Aira Raises $12 Million to Grow Visual Interpreter Service Aira has closed a Series B round of funding totaling $12 million to extend its visual interpreter services to more blind and low vision individuals. Available now to new users in the United States, the visual in

2017-05-19 08:28:18
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Scientists Surprised to Find New Defensive Role for Old Protein  

Wound infections don't usually enter the blood and become systemic, spreading the infection throughout our bodies, and there's a good reason for that: Our bodies actively work to prevent it, according to research that discovered a new use for a protein first discovered decades ago. A collaborative group of researchers from Singapore, Copenhagen, and Lund University in Sweden has figured out the protective mechanism our bodies use to contain infections at their source, and it involves a protein

2017-05-19 07:24:06
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A Double Punch of Viruses & Immunotherapy Could Improve Outcomes for Cancer Patients  

Activating the body's own immune system to fight cancer is the goal of immunotherapy. It's less toxic than chemotherapy and works with our body's natural defenses. The trouble is, it doesn't work for most patients — only about 40% of cancer patients get a good response from immunotherapy. But coupling it with another type of cancer therapy just might deliver the punch that's needed to knock out cancer. That combination therapy is what a group of scientists from Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cance...

2017-05-19 05:52:43
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Watch the Red Bull Air Race in a Whole New Way with Flight Deck on HoloLens  

At Vision Summit 2017, UK-based Rewind, one of the recent additions to the Microsoft HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner Program, showed off a HoloLens application called "Flight Deck" that genuinely blew me away. The idea of watching a live-action sports experience on a coffee table has been explored and mocked up, but Rewind not only has done it, they will be releasing it later this year. The Red Bull Air Race is a sporting event that combines low-altitude, high-speed flying with extreme maneu

2017-05-19 05:22:46
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HoloLens Dev 101: How to Get Started with Unity's New Video Player  

The release of Unity 5.6 brought with it several great enhancements. One of those enhancements is the new Video Player component. This addition allows for adding videos to your scenes quickly and with plenty of flexibility. Whether you are looking to simply add a video to a plane, or get creative and build a world layered with videos on 3D objects, Unity 5.6 has your back. In this tutorial, we will get you running with the basics by showing you two ways to utilize the Video Player component. W

2017-05-19 02:31:23
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Rumor Roundup: iPhone 7S & 7S Plus to Get Facial Recognition, Fast Charging & More  

Every other year, Apple comes out with "S" model iPhones that enhance and speed up their main series models from the previous year, and the rumor mill chugs along nicely right up into their very announcement. However, this year, because of the highly-anticipated 10th anniversary iPhone, aka the iPhone 8, the iPhone 7S and 7S Plus have almost been forgotten about — but that doesn't mean they are obsolete. While they are usually only incremental upgrades to the main series, the S models usuall...

2017-05-19 01:14:59
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Heart-Damaging Parasite Infects Thousands a Year in the Americas — & You May Not Know Until It's Too Late  

Take a close look at the image above. These bugs spread a deadly parasite that infects thousands of people each year. They also live in the US, and it's important to know where they are and whether you need to worry that they're carrying a dangerous infection. Triatoma bugs are insects that serve as a vector for protozoa called Trypanosoma cruzi. As a vector, that means triatoma insects, more commonly called "kissing bugs," are responsible for the spread of a damaging and devastating disease t

2017-05-18 16:10:35
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Realfiction's New Mixed Reality Display Projects Large Scale Holograms Without a Headset  

Mixed reality display manufacturer Realfiction has developed a 64-inch display capable of delivering 3D holograms without a headset. Billed as the largest display of its kind in the world, DeepFrame consists of a curved video screen that deflects interactive 3D images in 4K resolution onto a glass optic, which looks like a large window. Due to the magnification of the glass optic, DeepFrame is capable of projecting large-scale holograms that appear to cover several square miles. In a video de

2017-05-18 15:53:23
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Ebola Survivor May Hold Key to Curing All Types of Ebola Infections  

Even though the Ebola virus was discovered as recently as 1976, over 30,000 people have been infected since, and half have died a horrible death. Since there's no way to cure the infection, the world desperately needs a way to prevent it — and the five similar viruses in its family, the ebolaviruses. "Since it's impossible to predict which of these agents will cause the next epidemic, it would be ideal to develop a single therapy that could treat or prevent infection caused by any known ebol...

2017-05-18 12:16:38
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One Way Climate Change May Cut Animal Lives Short — Messing with Gut Microbes  

As headlines focus on melting glaciers and rising water levels caused by global warming, climate change is quietly taking its toll on the nearly invisible occupants of this planet, the microbes. In a study published in the journal Nature Ecology and Evolution, researchers from the University of Exeter and the University of Toulouse wrote that "climate change is now considered to be the greatest threat to biodiversity and ecological networks, but its impacts on the bacterial communities associa

2017-05-18 08:58:10
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27 Cool New Features & Changes in Android O  

Google just released the first public beta of Android O, and we've already installed it on every eligible device at our disposal, of course. This new version has plenty of changes in store, ranging from revamped looks to under-the-hood improvements, so there's tons of cool new stuff to explore. We're still not sure about the version number or the official codename, but "Android 8.0 Oreo" sounds like a safe bet at the moment. But while we wait for Google to settle on a dessert and release this

2017-05-18 08:11:51
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Rocking 'Radiohead' Ant Farms Fungus for a Living — & It Might Help Fight Superbugs  

Long admired for their active and cooperative community behavior, some types of ants also wear a gardening hat. Nurturing underground fungus gardens, these ants have a win-win relationship that provides food for both ants and fungi. If we humans understand it better, it may just help us out, too. Several types of ant species live in mutual relationships with fungi. The best-known farmer ants are leafcutter ants which defoliate significant quantities of vegetation to feed their particular fungu

2017-05-18 05:56:36
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Enable NetGuard's Hidden Ad-Blocking Feature on Your Android Phone  

NetGuard is a well-established app known for its highly secure firewall, which blocks unwanted web activity from individual apps that can take up both precious bandwidth and battery life. Not quite as well known, however, is the fact there's a second official version of NetGuard that comes with a hidden ad-blocking feature, which can be activated with just a little tinkering in the app's settings menu. Unfortunately, Google doesn't allow ad-blocking apps on the Play Store that block ads in Chr

2017-05-18 03:07:58
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The Easiest Way to Get Android O on Your Pixel or Nexus Right Now  

Earlier this year, Google rolled out the first developer preview build of Android O. The new version added tons of cool features, but the downside was the fact that you needed to use Fastboot to manually install the update if you wanted to try it out. Thankfully, things just got a lot easier. The second release of Android O rolled out on the heels of the keynote speech at Google I/O, but even better, this was a beta release. So things are more stable now, and more importantly, that means you c

2017-05-17 13:29:42
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News You Can Use: Map Shows Where Dogs & Humans Are at High Risk of Lyme Disease This Summer  

Lyme is a growing threat as we move into warmer weather in the US. Researchers have said this year could be one of the worst for this tick-borne disease, as a skyrocketing mouse population and warmer temperatures increase the risk. Knowing where this risk is highest is going to be important in protecting ourselves, and our pets, from this dangerous infection. To that end, a University of Georgia parasitologist and a mathematician at Clemson University joined efforts to create a forecast map to

2017-05-17 13:24:06
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Google Lens Will Turn Your Phone's Camera into a Smart AI Assistant  

Google Assistant will be getting an AI makeover with the addition of Google Lens. This new feature is basically a set of vision-based computing capabilities within the Assistant. "With Google Lens, your smartphone camera won't just see what you see," Google's Twitter explanation reads. "But will also understand what you see to help you take action." The latest innovation was announced at their I/O 2017 conference this afternoon and safe to say, we're pretty excited about it. Google Lens is si

2017-05-17 13:04:32
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Scientists Find an Unusual Reason for Toxic Ocean Contamination  

We've worked hard to reduce the flow of toxic chemicals into our waterways, which means no more DDT and other bad actors to pollute or destroy wildlife and our health. But one observation has been plaguing scientists for decades: Why are large quantities of one toxic chemical still found in the world's oceans? There have been hints that humans weren't the source of these toxic chemicals once used to make materials flame retardant and found in abundance in the oceans — they aren't exactly the...

2017-05-17 10:03:03
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How to Turn GIFs into Live Photos on Your iPhone  

If you've ever wanted to turn your favorite GIF into a live wallpaper for your iPhone, or even just wanted to view those moving images in your Photos app, there's now a super simple way to do so. Giphy updated their iOS app on May 15 to support Live Photos, which means you can now convert any GIF found on Giphy into a certified Live Photo. Yes, there were other apps already out there that could convert GIFs into Live Photos, such as intoLive and Live Studio, but this new method comes straight

2017-05-17 06:01:48
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Arvizio Aims for Enterprises with Collaboration Tools for HoloLens  

Augmented and mixed reality developer Arvizio is working on a suite of software solutions for enterprises that will extend HoloLens capabilities as a full-fledged collaboration and conferencing tool. The company will demonstrate its Mixed Reality Studio suite to attendees at the Augmented World Expo, which begins later this month in Santa Clara, California. What Arvizio aims to provide enterprise customers through Mixed Reality Studio is advanced 3D visualization and real-time collaboration wi

2017-05-17 05:57:48
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Amusement Park Pits Guests Against Each Other in Augmented Reality Warfare  

Kings Dominion, an amusement park located in Doswell, Virginia, just announced a mobile augmented reality game for park visitors. Gameplay in The Battle for Kings Dominion — available on May 19 for iOS and Android devices — follows the playbook designed by Niantic through Ingress and Pokemon GO. Signage and other visual assets at Kings Dominion will trigger augmented reality mini-games in The Battle for Kings Dominion app.. The game calls for users to declare allegiance to one of the park'...

2017-05-17 02:48:48
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Google Assistant Now on iPhone — Without Key Features  

As we've said before, Siri has some major competition moving into its own playground, and Google just announced at its I/O event that Google Assistant is available on the iPhone, starting today. It will be fascinating to see how Google Assistant's iOS variant fares on a system that has a dedicated assistant already in place, especially since CNBC calls Google Assistant the smarter of the two, but it will be up to users to see which works better for them. You can test it out right now from the

2017-05-17 02:10:36
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Google Assistant on iOS Is Absolute Garbage  

Google Assistant was just released for iOS today. You may know it as the AI-powered assistant that makes Google Home tick, or perhaps you've heard from one of many review sites about how much better it is than Siri. Well, before you run off to the App Store to install Google Assistant, let me save you some time: It sucks. To be clear, I'm not talking about Google Assistant in general here. I have a Pixel XL and a Google Home, and the Google Assistant experience on both of these devices is fant

2017-05-17 01:32:32
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The Secret to Washing Your "Dry Clean" Clothes—Without Going to the Dry Cleaner  

Unless your work clothes require dry cleaning, you probably only go to the cleaner a few times a year. Those few items in your closet that have to be dry cleaned cause you an extra, sometimes expensive trip—and then you have to remember to pick them up. But some items that say "dry clean" on the label can actually be washed at home if you're careful with them. Certain garments can't be put through a cycle in the washing machine, but they're not so delicate that you can't still wash them yours...

2017-05-17 01:15:03
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Brief Reality: Blippar Delivers ARcade for M&M's Promotion  

Marketing and healthcare, two of the leading industries in the adoption of augmented reality, continue to demonstrate applications for the technology in their businesses. Meanwhile, improvements to augmented reality devices are just around the corner with new developments from two display makers. M&M's Promotes Caramel Release with AR Arcade Last week, M&Ms introduced its new caramel-filled variety of candy by treating consumers to gaming via augmented reality. By scanning advertisements in N

2017-05-16 21:28:25
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9 DIY Tricks for Cleaning Your Car  

Ever see those cars so covered in dirt, dust, and grime that someone writes "Wash me" on it using their finger? Well, for those cars' sakes, as well as cases less extreme, a word of advice: procrastination is not a solution — it can only compound the problem. Self-cleaning cars are the stuff of the future, not the present, and your car needs attention now. Also, if you're waiting for the weather to help out, note that a rainstorm can only do so much and won't rid your vehicle of certain mess...

2017-05-16 19:30:48
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NR50: Next Reality's 50 People to Watch: Timoni West  

If you're a developer in the augmented and mixed reality space, there's a high probability that you're intimately familiar with the 3D application and game engine Unity. In May, at VisionSummit 2017, Microsoft announced that 91% of all HoloLens applications have been made with the software. But there's a section of Unity that you may not be familiar with, which has become very important to augmented, mixed, and virtual reality (known collectively as XR, for "extended reality") — Unity Labs. ...

2017-05-16 14:54:41
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The Good Stuff: Breastfeeding Delivers Beneficial Bacteria to Baby  

Breastfeeding is the ultimate in farm-to-table dining. It is sustenance prepared just for the baby and delivered with a very personal touch. Along with bonding, breastfeeding provides powerful protection to infants and young children in the form of beneficial bacteria, hormones, vitamins, protein, sugar, and antibodies manufactured on site to support infant health. The idea that breastmilk is bioactive and full of good stuff for babies is not new. After all, breastfeeding is as old as humankin

2017-05-16 14:16:21
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To Stop Local Measles Outbreaks, International Travelers Need to Get Vaccinated — But Only 47% Do  

In the worst measles outbreak in the state since 1990, the Minneapolis Department of Heath races to contain the spread of an infection believed to have originated from an infected traveler. Mistaken attitudes and unvaccinated travelers are creating a world of hurt and disease for Americans. A recent study found that more than half of eligible travelers from the US are electing to skip their pre-trip measles vaccine. Measles, also called rubeola, is a highly contagious disease caused by a param

2017-05-16 12:34:14
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How to Hang Curtains Without Making Holes in the Wall  

For anyone who lives in a space that may frown upon making holes in the walls, or for anyone who may not want to take on such a task, there's a simple alternative to hanging curtains or drapes. And the answer is brilliantly simple. Look no further than 3M Command hooks. Yes, the same hooks you use for hanging pictures, keys, mugs, and plants. An easy hack turns them into quick DIY supports for your curtain rod and that splash of color, sun shade, or bit of privacy you've been searching for. T

2017-05-16 11:01:35
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HTC U11 Officially Unveiled — Here's the Lowdown  

After poor sales of last year's HTC 10 and the terrible reviews their first 2017 flagship received, HTC really needs the HTC U11 to succeed. But they're not taking things lying down, as they've come up with some interesting tech for their latest handset. The biggest new feature in the HTC U11 is a squeezable frame that lets you launch custom shortcuts by applying pressure to the sides of the device. But the new phone also has a few more tricks up its sleeve, like built-in Alexa hotword detecti

2017-05-16 07:44:15
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Rare Superbug Found in More Than One-Third of Houston Methodist Patients  

The bacteria Klebsiella pneumoniae is a bad actor known for being antibiotic-resistant and causing a variety of serious infections in hospitals, including pneumonia, surgical site wounds, and meningitis. K. pneumoniae is something you do not want to encounter if you have a compromised immune system. But a new study published in the journal mBio revealed that a strain of K. pneumoniae thought to be rare is not so rare after all — it showed up in one-third of the patient samples studied in the...

2017-05-16 03:26:41
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Make Netflix & Android Pay Work on Your Rooted Device with Magisk  

It just keeps getting harder to enjoy all of the benefits of root without sacrificing features. Thanks to SafetyNet, we've lost the ability to use Android Pay, Pokemon GO, and even Snapchat to an extent. But the most recent news on this front is perhaps worst of all: Netflix has already stopped showing up on the Play Store for rooted users, and soon, it may refuse to run even if you've sideloaded the app. The fact of the matter is that if you modify anything on your system partition using roo...

2017-05-16 02:28:03
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HTC U 11 Officially Unveiled — Here's the Lowdown  

After poor sales of last year's HTC 10 and the terrible reviews their first 2017 flagship received, HTC really needs the HTC U 11 to succeed. But they're not taking things lying down, as they've come up with some interesting tech for their latest handset. The biggest new feature in the HTC U 11 is a squeezable frame that lets you launch custom shortcuts by applying pressure to the sides of the device. But the new phone also has a few more tricks up its sleeve, like built-in Alexa hotword detec

2017-05-16 01:55:07
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How to Install Magisk on Your Pixel or Pixel XL  

Google's Pixel phones claimed the top spot in our ranking of the best phones for rooting, but they do have one drawback from a modder's perspective: Because of their A/B partition layout for seamless updates, the devices don't have official support for Magisk. Thankfully, though, developer goodwin has stepped in with a fix, so we can now get Magisk working on the Pixel and Pixel XL. Not all Magisk modules will work on the Pixel or Pixel XL, so if you're only interested in getting the ability t

2017-05-15 10:51:10
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Standard Testing Frequently Misses UTIs — But Now We Have a Better Way  

Have you ever had a burning sensation when you urinate? Low fever, back pain, and maybe cloudy urine? Male or female, it could have been a urinary tract infection. If it lasted long enough, the chances are good you went to the doctor for help. For about 20% of women, standard testing for a UTI does not reveal the presence of infection-causing bacteria, even though bacteria may be causing their symptoms. Well, a new test may provide better answers. Research published in Clinical Microbiology an

2017-05-15 09:30:34
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Bacteria-Killing Viruses Can Help Us Take Down Superbugs  

Fighting fire with fire, scientists are harnessing the adaptability of helpful microbes to challenge the adaptability of deadly microbes. What are we talking about? Hunting with phages — viruses that attack and kill bacteria. Bacteriophages are small, skeletal viruses that attack bacteria to hijack their machinery to make more bacteriophages, or "phages." It's a microbe-eat-microbe world, after all. In the early 1900s, a French-Canadian scientist named Felix d' Herelle first identified ba...

2017-05-15 08:16:39
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WannaCry Ransomware Only Works if You Haven't Updated Your Computer in Months  

As the world goes into a frenzy over the latest strain of WannaCry ransomware, it might be a good time to remember to update all your devices. Yes, those little reminders your phone and computer throw at you every now and then to update your junk can be really annoying, but not without merit. WannaCry, aka WannaCrypt, as the exploit is aptly named, is built off of exploits found in the Shadow Brokers' NSA leak from last month. The leak included a couple of Windows SMB zero days, but Microsoft

2017-05-15 06:11:08
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How to Get Moving Cinemagraph Wallpapers on Your Android's Home Screen  

Cinemagraphs are basically artistic photos that have been turned into a GIF to showcase a bit of subtle motion and give them life. Unlike regular GIFs, which can sometimes loop with a jarring cut at the end, cinemagraphs give the illusion of perpetual motion, like water drops off a flower's petal or clouds moving over a scenic sky. The difference between a normal GIF (left) and a cinemagraph (right). Note the jarring transition when the regular GIF loops.. While there are several apps out there

2017-05-15 05:05:19
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How to Save Your iPhone's SHSH2 Blobs So You Can Downgrade iOS for Future Jailbreak Methods  

When a new jailbreak method comes out, Apple is quick to patch the vulnerability it exploits by issuing a new iOS update. If you were to accept such an update, you'd no longer be able to jailbreak your iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch unless you could roll back your firmware to a version that could be jailbroken. But Apple even takes things a step further and stops signing older iOS firmware versions, which makes downgrading next to impossible. This is where your SHSH2 blobs come into play. If you

2017-05-15 04:57:54
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Scientists Are Using Targeted Light to Help the Immune System Track Down Tumors  

We fight cancer in a variety of ways, but no matter whether drugs, biologics, or our immune cells are part of the battle, they can do a better job fighting back cancer if we can help them find the tumors. Scientists from the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) have developed a couple of simple ways that light and optics can be used to improve cancer treatment. Their discovery was published online in the journal Nature Communications. The Promise of Immunotherapy The field of cancer

2017-05-15 03:13:42
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Dogs Could Be Spreading Antibiotic-Resistant Infections to Their Owners  

Our canine best friends could spread our bacterial worst nightmare, according to a recent study. The problem with drug-resistant bacteria is well known. Overused, poorly used, and naturally adaptive bacteria clearly have us outnumbered. As science drives hard to find alternative drugs, therapies, and options to treat increasingly resistant infections, humans are treading water, hoping our drugs of last resort work until we figure out better strategies. A study published in the journal Antimic

2017-05-14 12:02:24
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How to Disable Read Receipts & Send Fake Camera Pictures on Kik Messenger  

Kik is an extremely popular messaging app, but it has a few annoying features that we all just sort of put up with. You can't turn off read receipts, nor can you hide when you're typing, and the photos you take with Kik's camera show up differently than ones you send from your gallery app. At least a couple of these features should be subject to change, but they aren't — well, not without some tinkering. Previously, the only way to disable any of these features was to install a modified vers...

2017-05-14 11:13:30
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We've Finally Figured Out Why Some Mushrooms Glow  

Bioluminescence — the ability of an organism to produce and emit light — is nature's light show. Plants, insects, fish, and bacteria do it, and scientists understand how. Until now, though, we didn't know how fungi glow. Now, thanks to research led by Zinaida Kaskova in the Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry at Russian Academy of Sciences, we've figured out how some mushrooms glow. The researchers published their work in the journal Science Advances. Most often, light emitted from an organ...

2017-05-14 07:26:11
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Antibiotics During Pregnancy Linked to Miscarriage  

As if being pregnant did not come with enough worry, a new study found that certain antibiotics are linked to an increased risk of spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage — a terrifying finding for any expectant mother. The study, published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal, compared rates of miscarriage with the prescription of certain types of antibiotics to treat maternal infections during pregnancy. By definition, a spontaneous abortion, or miscarriage, is the loss of an unborn ch...

2017-05-13 17:32:22
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Better Spatial Maps Will Make Mixed Reality Great  

A group of researchers from Stanford University and Princeton University has put together the largest RGB-D video dataset to date with over 1,500 scans of over 700 different locations across the world, for a total of 2.5 million views. This dataset, called ScanNet, has been semantically annotated for use in research projects. The purpose of this type of data, of course, is to teach our future robot overlords to both see and understand what they capture better. In the process, our computer-base

2017-05-13 08:49:20
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Hunting with Phages, a New Way to Attack Superbugs  

Fighting fire with fire, scientists are harnessing the adaptability of helpful microbes to challenge the adaptability of deadly microbes. What are we talking about? Hunting with phages — viruses that attack and kill bacteria. Bacteriophages are small, skeletal viruses that attack bacteria to hijack their machinery to make more bacteriophages, or "phages." It's a microbe-eat-microbe world, after all. In the early 1900s, a French-Canadian scientist named Felix d' Herelle first identified ba...

2017-05-13 05:50:11
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Play Tencent's 'Strike of Kings' on Your iPhone Now Before It Makes Its Way Stateside  

You may have heard of Honor of Kings, the multiplayer online battle arena game so popular that it has the potential to do for mobile what League of Legends has done for the PC in the world of competitive online gaming, but you'll soon hear about its western iteration, Strike of Kings. Tencent, the China-based online gaming giant now looks to expand to the lucrative western market and has released the game to many parts of Europe as a soft launch for iOS devices. Gameplay in Strike of Kings is v

2017-05-13 03:08:56
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The Galaxy S8's 'Adapt Sound' Feature Makes Your AKG Headphones Actually Sound Premium  

The Galaxy S8 and S8+ come with a set of AKG-tuned earbuds that would cost you $99 by themselves. Unfortunately, the earbuds alone don't automatically translate to superior sound, and they've been met with lukewarm reception. But as it turns out, there's a fairly hidden menu on Samsung's flagships that'll give you a tailor-made audio experience and help you get the most out of your S8-AKG pairing. A feature called Adapt Sound is buried pretty deep in Settings, but it's definitley worth digging

2017-05-12 18:03:48
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Neutrophil Fast Squad Are First Responders to Bacterial Lung Invaders  

The body's usual response to a bacterial infection in the blood — called sepsis — takes time. It requires a carefully orchestrated sequence of events that gets the body's immune system ramped up to deal with the invading bacteria. A type of white blood cells called macrophages that hang out in the liver and spleen are the cells usually responsible for finding, engulfing, and eliminating bacteria that flows by in the blood. But not all bacteria can be found flowing through major blood vesse...

2017-05-12 13:15:20
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How to Permanently Delete Text Messages on Your iPhone  

Deleting text messages on your iPhone may seem like a pretty simple task, but it's those really simple tasks that usually end up causing headaches later on. Data can stick around, even if you asked it not to, so there's always a slight chance that embarrassing and incriminating texts you supposedly deleted may end up in the wrong hands one day. In older versions of iOS, deleted text messages weren't completely erased from an iPhone, and they'd be available for viewing right inside Spotlight Se

2017-05-12 13:02:13
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Find on Page: How to Search for Text on Webpages in Safari for iPhone  

There are a lot of features hiding inside your iPhone, some you might have forgotten and some you might not have ever known about. One of these features brings the Command + F keyboard shortcut right to your Safari browser so you can search for words or phrases directly on a webpage you're viewing. Apple added this "Find on Page" feature way back in iOS 4.2, but at that time Safari had an independent search bar next to the URL bar. Safari was then upgraded with a unified search bar in iOS 7, b

2017-05-12 01:21:36
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Bacteria Offer Low-Cost, High-Quality Help to Clean Drinking Water  

Water makes up about 60% of your body weight. Whether you like it plain, flavored, bubbly, or in beverages or food, we all need water daily to avoid dehydration and stay healthy. For communities in need of clean drinking water, new research using bacteria may offer a simplified, lower-cost method for boosting potable water supplies. The study, published in the journal Water Research, describes a water treatment process that uses some of the components of standard wastewater treatment but costs

2017-05-11 21:09:46
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SwapBots Is the Type of Idea the Mixed Reality Future Needs  

The hunt for the mixed reality use-case that wins over consumers' hearts and creates a critical mass is a problem every developer would love to solve. Not only would they find themselves rich and famous seemingly overnight, but they would also end up making one of the various possible hardware solutions a viable place for other developers to put their time and energy. As it currently stands, many of the people manufacturing hardware are pushing for developers to come up with enterprise solutio

2017-05-11 14:05:31
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Gaming: Play 'Titanfall: Assault' on Your iPhone Before It's Released Worldwide  

Fans of Titanfall now have a great alternative to play on their iPhones whenever they're out and about. Titanfall: Assault has arrived as a soft launch for iOS devices. A hybrid between card-based and real-time strategy genres, the game will pit you against other players with some mech-on-mech action to dominate the battlefield. Taking some cues from Clash Royale, each unit that's deployed in Titanfall: Assault will automatically fight its way through opposing forces to accomplish its objective

2017-05-11 11:55:20
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Here's How to Compost if You Are an Apartment Dweller  

Being a city dweller does not mean you cannot save the planet — or your food scraps. Climate change and resource management are big issues. Composting in any size space is not only possible, but it gives you a chance to reduce greenhouse gasses and reuse food scraps. Right now, about 40% of all food in the US goes to the landfill. In addition to planning meals and using your food in creative ways to reduce the amount that goes to waste, you can compost. When you think composting, bins and o...

2017-05-11 11:55:19
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Turn Off Your iPhone's Flashlight Faster in iOS 10 (Without Using the Control Center)  

If you're tired of fumbling with the Control Center every time you need to turn off your iPhone's LED flashlight, you'll be happy to know there's a faster way. Using a simple trick that was discovered by Redditor 49599066, you can actually toggle your flashlight off in less than a second in iOS 10. The way it works is simple, and very similar to the tricks that worked in older iOS versions. When your flashlight's on, just wake your iPhone and give it a short swipe to the left. This makes the p

2017-05-11 11:15:42
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Play 'The Sims Mobile' on Your iPhone or Android Right Now  

The latest iteration of the gaming classic, The Sims, has arrived as a soft launch for both iOS and Android in Brazil. Aptly named The Sims Mobile, this free-to-play game seems to be very faithful to the PC-based version that won it so much acclaim. There are plenty of things to do in The Sims Mobile besides the usual home and character customization, and the game also lets you interact with real life friends to fully experience its virtual world together. Maintaining relationships, whether rea

2017-05-11 09:06:15
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How to Try Mozilla's Privacy-Friendly Firefox Focus Browser on Android Right Now  

Firefox Focus has been out for iOS for a while now, so it's about time Mozilla began porting the app over to Android. It's an amazingly private browser that protects you from trackers and ads when you're surfing the web. It blocks a wide range of online trackers, erases your browsing history, hides passwords, and deletes cookies. This essentially means ads won't be able to follow you around, in the sense that you won't see ads related to your last ten searches on Google. However, the Android v

2017-05-11 03:49:39
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Tips & Tactics to Create Your Own Compost Pile  

While it is easy to create and maintain your compost pile, you can enjoy it more knowing a few basic tips. International Compost Awareness Week (ICAW) is May 7 through May 13, 2017. First launched in 1995, ICAW is a great opportunity to share enthusiasm and awareness of the benefits of composting to the soil, the climate, and your backyard. Just a few of the benefits of composting include: Composting lets you reduce your waste footprint. Recycling food and garden waste through composting all

2017-05-10 19:50:32
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4 Billion Year Old 'Fossil' Genes May Be Our Secret Weapon Against Infection  

The evolution of our infection-fighting systems may have something to teach modern scientists. That's what a group from the University of Granada in Spain found when they studied a protein that's been around for over four billion years. Their work, by senior author Jose Sanchez-Ruiz and colleagues in the Department of Physical Chemistry, was published in the journal Cell Reports. All the proteins made by our body start as blueprints in our genes. Our genetic information is coded in our DNA. ...

2017-05-10 13:17:35
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The Fastest Way to Transfer Photos & Videos from Your DSLR to Your Android  

Connecting your devices with a cable is the fastest and most reliable way to transfer files between them. Now that most Android devices have either USB Type-C or a Micro-USB port that supports USB OTG, phones are capable of importing media files directly from a camera using a simple (and cheap) adapter. This nifty feature allows you to shed your laptop for a tiny plug that you can use on the go. A photographer, for example, can now take high-quality photos with a DSLR and transfer them to his

2017-05-10 10:40:08
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