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Samsung Internet 101: How to Use Extensions to Block Ads, Scan QR Codes, & More  

Samsung Internet offers excellent features that enhance the mobile web browsing experience, often through its extensions. A QR code scanner, ad blockers, tracker blockers, and more work directly in the browser, so you can do exactly what you want to do on the web. Don't feel you need to have all of these extensions enabled at the same time. You might find you want to utilize all that Samsung Internet has to offer. Others might simply want one or two of the extensions on this list. Luckily, Sam

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2018-03-19 18:31:09

Creator Portal Confirms Magic Leap One Runs on Nvidia Tegra Chip  

While much of the technical specifications of the Magic Leap One: Creator Edition still remain a mystery, some clues to its internals are hidden among the guides in the now freely-accessible Creator Portal. An article titled "NVIDIA Tegra Graphics Debugger" appears to confirm that Magic Leap One (or ML1 for short) will contain an Nvidia Tegra processor. The customized version of the Nvidia Tegra Graphics Debugger for Android enables developers to optimize OpenGL applications. In its overview

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2018-03-19 17:55:11

How to Increase Performance for Individual Apps on Your Galaxy S9  

Samsung's Galaxy S9 is a powerhouse, driven by the Snapdragon 845. Still, this SoC lags behind the A11 Bionic chip that's inside the iPhone X — meaning you'll need a few tricks in order to squeeze out some extra performance from your phone. Fortunately, there's an app made by Samsung that will help you do just that. Game Tuner is a Samsung-created app that helps performance across all Galaxy devices — including the Galaxy S9. Even though it's called Game Tuner, it can increase performance ...

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2018-03-19 17:16:58

Magic Leap Opens Creator Portal & SDK to Developers  

Magic Leap has reached a major milestone in the lead-up to the launch of its Magic Leap One: Creator Edition by opening access to its developer portal and software development kit (SDK) to all developers. In a Twitter post, the company announced that it has made the "technical preview" of its Creator portal and the Lumin SDK available just in time for the first day of the Game Developers Conference in San Francisco. "We are excited to invite creators, artists, innovators and developers to com

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2018-03-19 11:29:51

How to Disable Those Annoying 'Displaying Over Other Apps' Notifications on Your Galaxy S9  

The Galaxy S9 is now available worldwide. We ran through several Android P features already on the Galaxy S9 and even took a look at a few hidden things you might not know about. While you're likely loving your new phone, there are a few concerns with any new device. One possible issue is the new persistent Android System notifications on the Galaxy S9. If you're coming from an older Android phone, you probably noticed the new Android System notifications in the notification shade on your new

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2018-03-19 08:22:02

Google Assistant 101: Make Google Home Remind You to Pick Up Eggs When You're at the Grocery Store  

If you have some experience in the Google world, you'll know that Google Assistant has had location-based reminders since it dropped nearly two years ago. Before that, Google Now offered the same feature. Even with that precedent, you've never been able to ask Google Home to remind you to, say, pick up eggs when you reach the grocery store. That is, until now. Google announced Mar. 14 that its Home line of smart speakers will now be able to accept requests to create location reminders. When yo

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2018-03-19 05:22:50

Rumor Roundup: Everything We Know About the Galaxy S10  

The Galaxy S9 didn't even reach store shelves before fans and commentators were already musing about its follow-up. It's no secret Samsung's newest device, as impressive as it is, is little more than an upgrade to last year's S8. To satisfy our need for revolutionary, technological change, we look to 2019. Name Change, No More "S?" First thing's first — it's entirely possible there won't be an S10. That doesn't mean Samsung will hold back a release next year, rather the company may decide t...

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2018-03-19 03:08:14

AR Startup Avegant Shuffles Leadership, Cuts Staff, Report Says  

Augmented reality hardware maker Avegant has reportedly laid off between 20 and 30 employees, with founder Edward Tang returning to the CEO role at the company. Citing unnamed sources, The Verge reported on Saturday that Avegant reduced its staff last month to 20 employees, mainly in research and development. Avegant found & CEO Edward Tang. At the same time, Joerg Tewes stepped aside as CEO after more than three years of service. Previously, Tang sat at the head of the table for the company

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2018-03-19 02:22:32

Unity, Unreal Engine & Mozilla Partner with Magic Leap as SDK Rolls Out to Developers  

Following the surprise release of Magic Leap's SDK on Monday, March 19, Unity, Unreal Engine, and Mozilla followed up by announcing official partnerships with the company. "We are proud to partner with Magic Leap to integrate the Magic Leap platform with Unity," Unity announced on its official blog. "For all creators looking to get started today, we're thrilled to make available the Unity Technical Preview and the Lumin SDK available on the Magic Leap Creator Portal!" Unity even offers a shor

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2018-03-19 01:14:03

Google Maps 101: Find a Wheelchair Accessible Route  

Google is constantly changing and updating its apps to make the lives of its users easier. Google Maps is no exception, as the company now includes options for wheelchair accessible transportation routes. From now on, you can set a trip with accessibility as a priority with Google's popular transit app. While Google claims the feature is only available to a handful of cities at this time (London, New York, Tokyo, Mexico City, Boston, and Sydney), users on Reddit have pointed out the feature is

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2018-03-19 01:02:05

How to Easily Share Your Wi-Fi Password with a QR Code on Your Android Phone  

The first question people ask me when they come to my apartment is usually "What's your Wi-Fi password?" While I'm happy to give my friends free access to the internet, it's hard to walk each person through my secure password. Luckily, there's a way to create a QR code that will let people easily connect to a Wi-Fi network. By using a simple Android app, you'll be able to easily create a QR code that you can then share with anyone you want. When the other person scans this QR code, they'll be

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2018-03-19 01:01:01

How to Get Rid of the 'Apps Are Using Battery' Notification on the Galaxy S9  

Samsung's Galaxy S9 is officially on sale, so we ran through its best software features and even took a look at a few hidden things you might not know about. A new phone is always exciting, but there are a few annoying issues with any device. One such issue is the new persistent Android System notifications in Android Oreo on the Galaxy S9. If you're coming from an older Android phone, you may have noticed the new Android System notifications in the notification shade on your new Galaxy S9. Th

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2018-03-18 10:52:04

Hide the Navigation & Status Bars on Your Galaxy S9 — No Root Needed  

Putting your Galaxy S9 in Immersive Mode lets you truly enjoy the gorgeous display that Samsung is so famous for. You can't have it set on at all times, however, so you'll still have to deal with the status and navigation bars that cut the phone's aspect ratio down to that of a standard phone. But if you're willing to dig a little deeper, there are ways to go full Immersive Mode on your S9 for good. The good news is the S9 and S9+ now let you hide the navigation bar by double-tapping the tiny

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2018-03-18 10:35:37

Everything to Do When You Get a New Phone  

After setting up your phone, there are a number of things you should do immediately before download your favorite apps. Specifically, now that your data is on the device, you need to take steps now to ensure it's both protected and retained. Fortunately, most of these steps are a one-time process. The reason this should be done with your new device is that oftentimes, we will ignore the protection and retention of our data until it is too late. By making theses modifications now, you can be su

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2018-03-18 10:03:07

How to Add Mickey Mouse & Other Custom AR Emojis to Your Galaxy S9  

Samsung introduced AR Emojis in the Galaxy S9, largely as a response to the iPhone X's Animojis. However, they appear to be taking on a life of their own by integrating a variety of custom AR Emojis. Among those are ones from the PyeongChang Olypmics and even Mickey Mouse. By integrating custom AR Emojis, you'll be able to differentiate yourself from all your friends and family who will also be picking up the Galaxy S9. You'll want to pay close attention, though, as more custom AR Emojis are s

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2018-03-18 09:09:32

The Galaxy S9's 'Adapt Sound' Feature Makes Your AKG Earbuds Sound Even Better  

The Galaxy S9 is an audio powerhouse. It has the first set of stereo speakers on a Samsung flagship, and it even comes standard with a set of AKG-tuned earbuds that would normally cost $99. But if you want to further enhance your audio experience, there's a feature that will customize audio output to your own specific hearing. The feature, aptly called Adapt Sound, is hidden deep within the settings menu on your S9 or S9+, but will make a world of difference in audio quality once enabled. As i

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2018-03-18 06:48:43

Hacking Twitter: See Who Unfollowed You with These Apps  

Followers are everything. After all, you need someone to listen to your tweets about last night's episode of your favorite TV show. But what about when people unfollow your account? Not only have you lost part of your follower base, you have no idea who left. Luckily, there are tools out there to help you learn just that, even if Twitter itself won't give up the info. There's a plethora of social media services out there that would love your business, but many of them are tailored towards big

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2018-03-18 05:54:29

How to Set Up Google Voice to Get Visual Voicemail on Your Unlocked Android Phone  

Buying an unlocked phone is usually the correct move. By doing so, you bypass a lot of bloat that carriers put on your phone, and you can also use that phone with another carrier should you decide to switch to a new one. However, a lot of carriers won't give unlocked devices access to their visual voicemail apps. For that, there's Google Voice. Google Voice is a VOIP call forwarding service that gives you a free number that's tethered to your Gmail account. It comes packaged inside the Google

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2018-03-18 05:08:57

How to Stealthfully Sniff Wi-Fi Activity Without Connecting to a Target Router  

Identifying vulnerable devices and services on a target network can be difficult without leaving traces behind since hackers primarily attack the router first before doing any further investigating. However, there is a way to covertly decrypt and view someone's Wi-Fi activity without ever connecting to their wireless network. When focusing on the router first, hackers will brute-force a WPA handshake or phish for a Wi-Fi password, and once they get the credentials, they begin mapping and finge

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2018-03-18 03:49:31

Market Reality: Magic Leap's Branding Comes into Focus, Google Backs AR Cloud, & L'Oreal Takes Over AR Beauty  

Noted poet T.S. Elliot once wrote that "April is the cruelest month." But Magic Leap might argue that March is the most miserable, as the Ides of March brought more legal woes to augmented reality startup. Elsewhere, its closely-held branding secrets have been spilled by way of the US Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO). March isn't bad for every business in augmented reality, as AR cloud startup Blue Vision received a vote of confidence from Google by way of funding, and ModiFace cashed in vi

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2018-03-17 13:24:05

How to Get ALL of Your Data onto Your New Android Phone  

Setting up a new Android phone can be a pain. Although Google has some automated features, it does not restore everything. When it comes to transferring certain types of data like files and SMS logs, it's even trickier. By following our steps, you can be sure that you all your data will follow you to your new device. We strongly recommend that you double check both phones to make sure that all data from the old phone made it to the new one. Unless you are pressed for time (such as if you are s

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2018-03-17 11:13:33

5 Relatively Hidden Galaxy S9 Features You Should Know About  

If you recently received your new Galaxy S9 or S9+, you're probably excited to try out all of the features the flagship offers. While many of the features are self-explanatory and easy to access, there are a handful of very useful items that Samsung has buried in the settings menu. Enabling these hidden features will help you unlock the true power of your new device. Samsung packs a ton of features into their flagship devices. This can be a compelling reason to buy their phones, but also a bit

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2018-03-17 07:25:28

How to Switch Your Galaxy S9's Navigation Bar to Black  

We recently ran down several hidden features on the Galaxy S9 — items that are buried deep within the settings menu that can be tricky to find. One thing that many users cannot find is the option for a black navigation bar. Unfortunately, this option does not exist in Samsung's stock settings. But this is Android, so with a bit of developer magic, we can easily regain the black navigation bar in no time. Before we begin, there is one potential downside to a black nav bar. Samsung left out th...

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2018-03-17 01:49:57

Spotify 101: How to Use Voice Commands to Play Artists, Playlists & More on Your iPhone  

One weakness that Siri has is its lack of compatibility with third-party apps (though Apple is working on it). For instance, if you ask Siri to play music on Spotify, she'll tell you point-blank that she can't do it. While you can pause and skip Spotify tracks using Siri, there's not much else you can do — but Spotify has its own voice assistant to fill the gap. In a recent update to the Spotify Music app for iPhone, Spotify has added the ability to use voice commands to control its entire l...

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2018-03-17 01:45:32

How to Hack Open Hotel, Airplane & Coffee Shop Wi-Fi with MAC Address Spoofing  

After finding and monitoring nearby wireless access points and devices connected to them, hackers can use this information to bypass some types of security, like the kind used for Wi-Fi hotspots in coffee shops, hotels, and in flights high above the ground. By swapping their MAC address for that of someone already connected, a hacker can bypass the MAC filter and connect freely. Password-free networks are common in public spaces, allowing anyone to initially join the network without needing to

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2018-03-16 16:49:54

iOS 11.3 Beta 6 Released for iPhone with Minor Patches & Bug Fixes  

Apple released the sixth beta for iOS 11.3 on Friday, March 16. It comes as a surprise, considering the company released the fifth beta only four days ago — an unexpectedly short time between updates. This new beta, much like beta 5, appears to bring minor patches and bug fixes. Those who are a developer or public beta tester with a valid configuration profile can download the latest beta right now. Jump to "General" in your Settings app, tap on "Software Update," then follow the on-screen i...

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2018-03-16 16:42:16

Apple May Bring TrueDepth Camera to More iPhone Models & iPad Pro This Year, Analyst Says  

Apple's TrueDepth camera made its debut in the premium-priced iPhone X late last year, and since then, the reviews have been pretty positive. Now, Apple might be preparing to make the Animoji-friendly sensors available in more iPhones, as well as the iPad Pro, later this year. As Barron's reports, Rosenblatts analyst Jun Zhang has issued his own report that predicts Apple will release a 6.1-inch iPhone with an LCD display and TrueDepth camera alongside a more premium (and possibly gold-tinted)

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2018-03-16 10:40:56

L'Oreal Acquires Leading Augmented Reality Makeup Provider ModiFace  

The cosmetics industry faced a rude awakening on Friday as beauty behemoth L'Oreal gobbled up ModiFace, one of the leading providers of augmented reality technology to the cosmetics industry (price details for the acquisition were not disclosed). As part of the company's ongoing digital strategy, L'Oreal expects to extend ModiFace's augmented reality and artificial intelligence tools to its 34 brands, which include Lancôme, Giorgio Armani, Urban Decay, Maybelline, and more. In addition, Mod...

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2018-03-16 06:54:41

Google Assistant Doesn't Work with Your Account? Here's What to Do  

If your virtual assistant can't assist you, what's the point? Anyone who has ever failed to activate Google Assistant knows the frustration that error screen can be. But there are solutions for this problem — "The Google Assistant isn't available for this account" is one message you can actually avoid. Veteran Android users know how good Google Assistant can be, while those trying to set up their phone for the first time have probably heard how Siri doesn't hold a candle to Google's digital ...

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2018-03-16 05:12:25

All the Latest News & Rumors on the LG G7 Successor, Codenamed 'Judy'  

This year looks to bring major changes for LG. After years of an underperforming mobile division, LG is taking a hard look at all its lineups and making some major changes to better compete in the smartphone market. This starts with a revision to the G series which might undergo its biggest year-to-year change. Rumor has it that LG delayed the G7's Mobile World Congress announcement after CEO Jo Seong-jin sent the phone back to the drawing board. While LG did offer a rebuttal to this leak, the

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2018-03-16 04:31:44

Ex-Magic Leap Employee Files Lawsuit Alleging Shady Hiring Practices  

Update, Friday, 9:15 a.m. ET: Magic Leap has responded to the legal complaint referenced in the report below. A spokesperson for the company told Next Reality, "We are confident the complaint is entirely without merit and will vigorously defend the Company against these baseless claims. We believe the lawsuit, which is one of many filed by the same Florida-based law firm, is part of an ongoing effort to exploit Magic Leap's high profile stature and financial resources through blatant abuse of p

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2018-03-16 04:10:57

Google Assistant 101: How to Use Lens to Copy Text Straight from a Book or Document  

While certainly faster than writing by hand, manually typing passages from a book or document can be slow and frustrating. But thanks to Google Assistant, this is no longer the case. Whether you need to quote text for an essay or need to win an online argument, all you need to do is point your phone's camera at the paper and tap a few times. This is all made possible thanks to Google Lens, which is now built right into the Google Assistant for Android devices. The excellent AI by Google picks

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2018-03-16 03:44:06

How to Boot Your Galaxy S9 or S9+ into Recovery Mode or Download Mode  

From veteran modders to casual tinkerers, booting into either recovery mode or download mode is something every Galaxy S9 owner should know about. These two pre-boot menus serve a very important purpose — recovery mode is the go-to solution for soft bricks, while download mode allows you to flash firmware files using utilities like Odin and Smart Switch, which can truly be a lifesaver. Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ utilize a combination of the Bixby, volume, and power buttons to enter into eith...

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2018-03-16 03:38:39

Fortnite 101: How to Unlock Items in Battle Royale  

While playing Fortnite Battle Royale, you may have noticed a few players wearing different outfits or using fancy dance moves. These are cosmetic items that can only be obtained by unlocking them. However, unlocking items in Fortnite is a little different than many free-to-play games. Fortnite Battle Royale encourages continuous play by making you work for the items you want. Not all cosmetic items are free, but you can earn quite a bit without spending a dime. I'll highlight the best methods

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2018-03-16 03:11:17

Magic Leap Patent Details Spatial Audio That Changes Based on Users' Head Movements  

Just days after Bose did its best to frame a pair of glasses frames with spatial audio as "augmented reality," a patent application from Magic Leap, surfaced on Thursday, March 15, offers a similar idea, but with real AR included. The patent application refers to the Magic Leap feature as "spatialized audio" and details a method of listening to and detecting sounds based on the position of the device wearer's head. "A spatialized audio system includes a sensor to detect a head pose of a liste

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2018-03-16 03:07:17

Magic Leap Filings Point to 'Magic Shop' Branding for Online Store, L.E.A.P. Creator Conference Event  

Magic Leap's recent flurry of patent applications prompted us to look around for any trademark movements from the company, and it turns out that the Florida-based company has been quite busy. In fact, a number of recent trademark filing updates indicate strong interest in several names that point toward Magic Leap's near-term plans for branding and consumer outreach. Retail A recent job posting from Magic Leap gave us a solid clue that Magic Leap has interest in opening brick and mortar reta

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2018-03-16 02:36:49

How to Turn Your Galaxy S9 into a Google Pixel  

Unless you own an Exynos model, there won't be much development on the custom ROM front for the Galaxy S9. But that doesn't mean you have to put up with all of the UI quirks from Samsung Experience (nee TouchWiz). With a little work, you can give your S9 a stock Android makeover, even without root. To be clear, you can't remove TouchWiz. It's baked in to the Galaxy S9's framework, so it's not as simple as installing a custom launcher like Nova or Action. But if you apply several mods in that ...

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2018-03-16 01:04:05

Google Leads $14.5 Million Funding Round for AR Cloud Startup Blue Vision  

The augmented reality cloud and multi-user experiences are shaping up to be one of the hotter areas of augmented reality, and now Google is the latest entity to back these emerging branches of AR. GV (formerly known as Google Ventures), the investment arm of Google parent company Alphabet, is the lead investor in a $14.5 million Series A round for AR cloud startup Blue Vision. The startup used the announcement as an opportunity to emerge from stealth research and development mode, and on Thur

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2018-03-15 16:10:32

Magic Leap Patent Reveals Plans for Sign Language & Text Translation App  

Another piece of Magic Leap's mysterious story has been uncovered thanks to a new patent application revealed on Thursday, March 15. The new patent application descriptions and drawings outline a method of using a head-mounted device to detect and translate sign language. Yet another part of the new patent information details the ability to use the head-mounted device to recognize text on signs and storefronts and have that text translated into information on the headset. Magic Leap is calling

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2018-03-15 14:10:54

How to Disable App Icon Badges & Unread Counts on Your Galaxy S9  

As informative as they can be, the new app icon badges and unread counts on the Galaxy S9's home screen are a little redundant since Android already has a notification center. If you'd rather not have these little dots overlaid on your home screen icons, there's an easy way to disable and hide them. You can thank Android 8.0 Oreo for these new controls. Lucky for you, your brand-new S9 will have Oreo out of the box, so you won't know a world without it. Those without an S9 will have to update

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2018-03-15 13:09:47

Galaxy S8 Oreo Update Rolling Out in the US  

In a huge surprise, Verizon is the first US carrier to push out the Samsung Galaxy S8/S8+ Android Oreo update. The update has been available in international markets for some time now, but this is the first report of a rollout in the United States. We've already ran down all the new features available in Android Oreo, so check out our full coverage if you're interested in those. Several readers over at Droid Life reported that the Galaxy S8 Oreo update hit their device earlier today. It is a b

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2018-03-15 12:49:32

Fortnite 101: How to Livestream Battle Royale Gameplay from Your iPhone to Twitch  

For the past few months, Fortnite has been one of the most-watched games on Twitch, and it's likely to keep a top spot on the livestreaming platform once Fortnite Battle Royale becomes available for smartphones. While there are not any livestreaming capabilities built directly into Epic's mobile version of the game, you can still livestream Battle Royale gameplay from your iPhone to Twitch. While Twitch previously built an SDK for developers to enable livestreaming in their apps, it has since

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2018-03-15 11:16:57

Developer Brings Street Fighter into Real World as Multiplayer Augmented Reality Mobile Game  

The guy who recreated Super Mario Bros. as a first-person obstacle course is back with an augmented reality take on another classic game. While the previous experiment was built for HoloLens, this time the developer, Abhishek Singh, has come up with an AR version of the classic Street Fighter II for mobile devices like the iPhone and iPad. A demo video shows that the game can be played on a tabletop with miniature fighters or scaled up to life-sized so your champions can fight on an actual st

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2018-03-15 07:07:07

Finally, You Can Unlock Your S9 Automatically Using a PIN  

It's often the smallest details that determine your overall experience with a smartphone. Unlocking your device with a PIN is an example — and iPhones have had a leg up over Android thanks to their automatic unlocking. Thankfully, this era has finally come to an end with the arrival of the Galaxy S9. Android devices have always required you to confirm your PIN by tapping the "OK" button after entering it, which was one additional step you had to take when compared to using an iPhone. Though ...

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2018-03-15 05:29:58

'Walking Dead' AR Game Powered by Google Maps Coming This Summer, Gameplay Footage Released  

Ever since the announcement of The Walking Dead: Our World game last fall, publisher AMC and developer Next Games have been quiet about the title. Almost too quiet. That silence has now been shattered with the release of a gameplay trailer (see bottom of this page) for the game. The footage confirms that the game will closely follow the Pokemon GO model for location-based AR gaming. Next Games also disclosed that the game will be released on the App Store and Google Play in the second quarte...

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2018-03-15 04:25:13

How to Quickly Disable Fingerprints & Smart Lock in Android P for Extra Security  

Following in iOS 11's footsteps, Android P will include a security feature that lets you immediately disable the fingerprint scanner as well as extended Smart Lock features. After initiating the feature, you will be required to insert your PIN, pattern, or password before any other unlock methods will work again. This is a nice addition to Android since law enforcement officials, muggers, and other would-be assailants can force you or trick you into to unlocking your smartphone with your finge

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2018-03-15 04:14:40

How to Make the Volume Buttons on Your Galaxy S9 Control Media Volume by Default  

Most phones adjust the ringtone and notification volume by default when you press the physical volume buttons. If media is playing, then the volume rocker will adjust media volume — but only after the first few seconds played at the previous volume level. This has been a point of frustration for many years, but thankfully, the Galaxy S9 lets you change the default volume control. It's super simple to make your S9's volume buttons control media volume by default. To do so, head to settings an...

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2018-03-15 03:57:32

Apple's WWDC Invite Tells Us That 2018 Edition Will Be All About Augmented Reality  

Historically, Apple loves to drop hints about its major upcoming events through clues included on its invitations. Those invites usually require a good bit of deciphering to connect the dots, but in the case of Apple's upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2018 invite, the topic is immediately obvious: it's augmented reality. In the past, Apple has used subtle dashes of color and iconography to foreshadow the spotlight topic, but in this latest invite, we see an all-white assemblage

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2018-03-15 03:09:27

Google Charts Course for Location-Based AR Apps via Maps API  

Franchises left and right are releasing Pokemon Go-style augmented reality games, and Google is making it even easier to churn out the apps. Announced today via a company blog post, the Google Maps API now enables developers to build their own location-based games using Maps data. The Google Maps API integrates with Unity, where developers can access landmarks such as buildings and roads as GameObjects and add their own textures to overlay their virtual game environments. More than 100 milli...

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2018-03-15 02:30:23

How to Change the Lock Screen Shortcuts on Your Galaxy S9  

One of Android 8.0's best features is also one of its most subtle — customizable lock screen shortcuts give you more control over the two functions you care about most. Your Galaxy S9 has the Phone and Camera apps in those spots by default, but you can quickly and easily change them if you have other ideas in mind. What you choose depends entirely on how you use your phone. For example, if you need to text and surf the web regularly, you might want to place Messages and Samsung Internet on y...

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2018-03-15 02:16:01

Here's What an iPhone X-Inspired SE 2 Could Look Like  

When first released, the iPhone SE was nearly identical to its iPhone 6S counterparts in all but form factor. While the rumored SE 2 (if it even happens) is expected to follow suit with the iPhone 8 models, that hasn't stopped people from wondering what it would look like with an iPhone X-like bezel-less display. First posted to Weibo, then discovered by 9to5Mac, a video has surfaced of what appears to be an iPhone SE form factor with an iPhone X display. Not only does this "SE 2" come with a

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2018-03-15 02:05:12

Firefox Mobile Just Got Faster — New Browser Engine Brings Quantum's Speed to Android  

At the end of 2017, Mozilla introduced the world to Quantum. While desktop Firefox received all the improvements, Android users were stuck waiting for one of the biggest components to hit, which brought speed that surpassed Google Chrome. Well the wait is over, the new and improved Firefox Mobile is finally here. Quantum is one of the biggest updates in Firefox's history. Tired of being the good but slow browser, Mozilla introduced a number of changes geared toward faster performance. While An

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2018-03-15 01:57:24

How to Speed Up Transitions & Animations on Your Galaxy S9  

Samsung just launched their Galaxy S9 flagship, with preorders shipping in the US already. The Galaxy S9 is an amazing smartphone, with a number of advanced features. Despite this, over time your S9 or S9+ may slow down a bit more than you would like. Thankfully, there is a longstanding trick in the Android community that can speed things up a bit. Before we get started, it is worth noting that this method will not actually increase the speed of your phone. That is to say, it will not actually

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2018-03-15 01:26:05

Magic Leap's Neal Stephenson Reveals What It's Like to Create Content for the Secretive Startup  

Getting an insider view of the goings-on at Magic Leap is hard to come by, but occasionally, the company lets one of its leaders offer a peek at what's happening at the famously secretive augmented reality startup. One of those opportunities came up a few days ago when Magic Leap's chief futurist and science fiction novelist, Neal Stephenson, sat for an extended interview at the MIT Media Lab. Stephenson joined Magic Leap back in 2014, but since then, not much has been heard from the visionary

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2018-03-15 01:22:31

The Easy Way to Get Your Chrome Desktop Tabs in Your iPhone's Safari Browser  

If you have a Mac, you can use Apple's Handoff feature to open one of your Safari desktop tabs in Safari on your iPhone. But if you prefer to use Google Chrome as your desktop browser, whether or not that's because you have a Windows PC, you can't "hand off" open tabs from Chrome desktop to Safari on your iPhone. There is a cool workaround, however. While you can, of course, open Chrome desktop tabs on Chrome on your iPhone as long as you're signed into the same Google account and syncing open

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2018-03-14 09:15:19

Workflow 101: How to Open Links in Chrome Instead of Safari on Your iPhone  

When you tap on a URL link in a text, email, or wherever, your iPhone's default reaction will be to open it up in Safari, and there's no way to change this in the settings. However, there is a way you can work around this to open up links in Chrome instead. Even if you accidentally open a link in Safari, there's a quick way to jump the tab right into Chrome. To do this, we'll be using the Workflow app, which is a powerful tool for doing things you want on your iPhone without relying solely on

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2018-03-14 07:12:34

The Safest Way to Disable All Bloatware on Your Galaxy S9 or S9+  

Carrier-branded Galaxy S9 models come with a ton of bloatware that you usually can't get rid of without rooting. With a little digital elbow grease, however, there is a way to disable bloatware on your S9 or S9+, and it's a lot safer that attempting to root and modify you precious device. Package disablers are a great way to disable useless bloatware and free up RAM on your smartphone. Unfortunately, they can be a little dangerous to use, as carelessly disabling the wrong package can cause you

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2018-03-14 04:37:18

5 Android P Features the Galaxy S9 Already Has  

Over the past week, we've had a number of important launches take place in the Android community. Samsung is in the middle of their rollout of the Galaxy S9, with preorders in the US shipping this week. Google also rolled out the first Android P developer preview last week. While these may seem unrelated, there are actually a number of Android P features inspired by Samsung software. Google has been known to take design cues for stock Android from other OEMs. With the latest developer preview

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2018-03-14 02:16:03

You Should Know How to Turn Off Built-in Apps on Your Galaxy S9  

The Galaxy S9 is a great phone powered by the Android ecosystem. This includes Google's family of apps — many of which overlap with Samsung's in functionality. This can lead to redundant apps that siphon resources from your phone, but fortunately, there's a way to dull some of the noise and disable built-in apps. While Samsung probably means well with their myriad of branded apps, they usually feel conflicting with Google's own apps, which generally feel cleaner and more functional. Or maybe...

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2018-03-13 20:09:55

Capital One Introduces AR Features to Ease the Car-Buying Experience  

If you're playing word association with the terms "augmented reality" and "automobiles," your first thoughts probably center on navigation displays in cars or virtual models of exotic vehicles. Capital One plans to shift its customers' preconceptions of AR in cars to the purchasing process. According to a blog post on Medium, Capital One has developed augmented reality functions for the Capital One Mobile app that they'll deploy over the coming months. The new features will allow customers to

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2018-03-13 15:26:08

Fortnite 101: How to Unlock Items in Battle Royale  

While playing Fortnite Battle Royale, you may have noticed a few players wearing different outfits or using fancy dance moves. These are cosmetic items that can only be obtained by unlocking them. However, unlocking items in Fortnite is a little different than many free-to-play games. Fortnite Battle Royale encourages continuous play by making you work for the items you want. Not all cosmetic items are free, but you can earn quite a bit without spending a dime. I'll highlight the best methods

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2018-03-13 12:20:03

How to Downgrade from Android P Back to Oreo on Your Pixel  

If you installed the preview of Android P when it dropped last week, you might have enjoyed trying out some of the new features coming to the latest version of Google's OS. However, the first preview is essentially an alpha build, so you might be wishing you could downgrade back to an official release like Oreo. Good news — you can. Unfortunately, returning to Oreo isn't as simple as you might think — while it would be nice to be able to boot from a previous Oreo build, downgrading from An...

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2018-03-13 08:17:24

Get Android P's New Ringtones & Notifications on Any Phone  

Android P still has a ways to go until its debut later this year, but thanks to the developer preview, we've gotten a glimpse of what's to come. Right now, the beta version is only available for Pixel devices, so most Android users will have to wait to try the new features. Thankfully, you can get a taste of the Android P experience on any phone right now. Android P comes with a slew of new ringtones, notifications, and system sounds that you can easily use on any Android version. All in all,

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2018-03-13 04:38:20

6 Cool New Features in Android 8.1 for the OnePlus 5 & 5T  

With the latest open beta, OnePlus has upgraded both the 5 and 5T to Android 8.1 Oreo. As implied by the version number, this isn't a huge update from Android 8.0 Oreo. However, OnePlus has included a few of their own features as well. Android 8.1 Oreo acts more as a revision to Android Oreo than a new update. It corrects issues specific to Pixel devices and adds features that just missed the cut for 8.0. While there are some under-the-hood changes, the visual changes of Android 8.1 are minima

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2018-03-13 04:07:01

Improve Bluetooth Audio on Your Galaxy S9 with Custom Codecs  

Many Samsung fans were excited when the Galaxy S9 kept the 3.5 mm headphone jack. While this is a rare delight in 2018, you also have the option for high quality audio playback over Bluetooth. When used with compatible headphones, the S9's new Bluetooth audio codecs can greatly improve audio quality. Starting with Android Oreo, Google added several higher quality bluetooth audio codecs. In essence, a codec is the algorithm your device uses to send audio information over the air. Each codec var

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2018-03-13 03:58:15

How to Get Free Hearthstone Packs by Playing on Mobile  

Hearthstone, Blizzard's online card game, combines strategy with a fun spin on the World of Warcraft lore to create a unique experience. With the latest expansion (The Witchwood) on the horizon, you'll want to make sure your collection is ready for when the set drops in April. Fortunately, you can get free packs on iPhone or Android to help prepare. Unlike other physical card games like Magic: the Gathering or Yu-Gi-Oh!, the only way to get cards in Hearthstone is by buying packs. This makes p

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2018-03-13 02:49:40

Workflow 101: How to Calculate Tips Faster on Your iPhone  

When it's time to calculate a tip at a restaurant or bar, I usually try some mental math at first, but sometimes I resort to opening the Calculator quickly from the Control Center on my iPhone and doing a quick calculation. But with Apple's Workflow app, there's an even easier way, and you don't even have to leave your lock screen to get the results. Before you get knee deep into building your own iOS workflows on your iPhone, it's beneficial to learn how workflows work by using some that are

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2018-03-12 20:48:14

How to Use SELinux Targeted Policy to Secure Your Hosts  

Hackers often rely on lazy system admins and unpatched vulnerabilities to get access to a host. Keeping intruders off of our machines requires us to update daily, only run the services we need, and read the code, among other things, but we can still make mistakes. Luckily for us, we can limit the damage caused by those mistakes by running SELinux. SELinux is a mandatory access control (MAC) system implemented via the Linux kernel and within extended attributes on the file system. SELinux was o

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2018-03-12 20:05:38

Samsung Internet 101: How to Set Your Current Website as Your Homepage  

Your homepage should be the site you most likely need to check whenever you start a new session with Samsung Internet. However, times change — perhaps the site you're currently browsing is just what you need to see multiple times a day. In that case, you'll want to know a quick and easy way to set it as your default homepage. This method isn't apparent from the get-go, but it's simple nonetheless — start by long-pressing the "Home" button in the middle of the navigation bar at the bottom o...

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2018-03-12 18:05:49

How to Share, Forward & Save Voicemails on Your iPhone  

Eventually, your voicemail inbox on your iPhone will get full, and you'll have to delete some messages in order to make way for new ones. If all the voicemails you currently have are super important, you're not going to want to delete them before saving them first, of course. Luckily, this is a super simple task, and you can even forward them to someone else if needed. Ever since iOS 9, Apple has included a default way to share, forward, and save voicemails on your iPhone, and it really couldn

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2018-03-12 17:45:22

Facebook Debuts Image Recognition in Camera AR with 'Ready Player One' & 'A Wrinkle in Time' Poster Promos  

Despite the wide availability of markerless augmented reality experiences for mobile devices, there is still a market for scanned triggers for content, as evidenced by the new image recognition capabilities on Facebook's Camera AR platform. AR experiences for the movies Ready Player One, which hits theaters next weekend, and A Wrinkle in Time, which is now showing, are now among the camera effects available in the Facebook app for iOS and Android. Video: . Originally reported by TechCrunch,

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2018-03-12 16:29:13

Apple AR: PGA Tour AR App Lets You Follow Golfers Live on Your Coffee Table  

If you're a golf fan who can't attend the Arnold Palmer Invitational in person, you can still follow the next stop on the apparent Tiger Woods comeback tour in augmented reality with an iPhone or iPad. The PGA Tour AR, available now on the App Store for ARKit-compatible devices, lets golf fans place a miniature model of one of six holes from four famous golf courses, and users can zoom and rotate the models with the usual touchscreen gestures. At launch, available courses include Pebble Beach

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2018-03-12 13:54:42

iOS 11.3 Beta 5 Released with Mostly Under-the-Hood Improvements  

Apple released the fifth build of the iOS 11.3 developer beta on Monday, March 12. The update comes exactly one week after the March 5 release of beta 4, which mostly introduced bug and stability patches. At this time, this new beta appears to do much of the same. If you're a developer with a valid configuration profile, you can download the beta right now. Head over to "General" in your Settings app, then tap on "Software Update." Next, follow the on-screen instructions to download and instal

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2018-03-12 13:18:44

Galaxy S9 Preorders Begin Shipping in the US  

Two weeks ago, Samsung took the wraps off their much-anticipated Galaxy S9 flagship. Preorders opened on March 2 with official retail availability scheduled for March 16. As usual, several of the US carriers have begun shipping the devices ahead of schedule. Last week, Sprint began shipping out devices to a few lucky customers. Today, T-Mobile appears to be joining the party. A number of users across Reddit and several Android forums reported that Sprint began shipping their Galaxy S9 preorder

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2018-03-12 09:59:44

How to Remap the Bixby Button on Your Galaxy S9 — No Root Needed  

Since its introduction, the Bixby button has been a big point of contention among Galaxy fans. Many view the dedicated button as a wasted opportunity, which they argue could be put to better use if Samsung would let them use it for other commands. Thanks to an awesome app, you'll be able to remap the Bixby button on your Galaxy S9 to perform almost any function. While there are a number of apps out there that allow you to customize your Galaxy's Bixby button, bxActions has proven to be among t

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2018-03-11 18:15:41

Meet the Huawei Mate SE — the 'Plus' Version of the Honor 7X  

Huawei's push into the US market has by no means stopped, even despite the recent US government pushback. Huawei has already released their top-notch flagship device from 2017, the Mate 10 Pro, and a couple great budget and midrange devices. Their latest release offers an upgrade to a past release. Earlier in the year, Huawei released the Honor 7X, a great entry-level device that provided an 18:9 display and great battery life for a price where most OEMs make many compromises. With the Huawei

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2018-03-11 16:55:19

How to Force Restart Your Galaxy S9 or S9+ When It's Acting Up  

As advanced as the Galaxy S9 is, it can still be susceptible to the occasional hiccup. Several factors can cause your smartphone to behave erratically or become unresponsive, such as buggy apps or updates that didn't properly install. Luckily, most of these issues can be easily resolved with a press of a button — or two, to be exact. Samsung's TouchWiz is one of the more stable Android-based platforms out there, and minor software glitches can often be solved by simply rebooting the handset....

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2018-03-11 16:37:53

Exploit Development: How to Defeat a Non-Executable Stack with ret2libc  

After a long hiatus, we shall once again emerge from the shadowy depths of the internet to build an exploit. This time, we'll be looking at how to defeat a non-executable stack by using the ret2libc technique — a lean, mean, and brilliant way of exploiting a stack overflow vulnerability. Since it has been so long since we last built an exploit together, it might be a good idea to review a few key topics to developing exploits, such as what a stack overflow vulnerability is and what is the in...

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2018-03-11 11:05:51

Snapchat 101: How to Tag Your Friends Using Snap's @ Mention Feature  

Snapchat's popularity has been soaring despite its controversial redesign, and they've been slowly rolling out features such as the new Giphy GIFs to enhance the user experience. Still, it's difficult to share other people's Snapchat handles and tag them in a way that lets others reach those people easily. That is, until today. With a new feature rolling out to Snapchat users in the coming days, you'll be able to tag your friends in Snaps. By doing so, they'll be sent a notification that they'

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2018-03-11 05:33:41

How to Unlock Developer Options on Your Pixel in Android P  

If you ever want to go beyond the basics on your Android phone, unlocking the hidden "Developer options" menu is the first thing you should try out. With it unlocked, you can change the way parts of stock Android looks, enable ADB connectivity with your computer, add visual reactions to taps, and more. Unlocking the hidden "Developers option" menu is slightly different than on previous Android versions because of the new interface in Android P, but it's not too different. Just more tapping. Th

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2018-03-11 01:48:47

Magic Leap Producer Interview Gives Rare Insight into Company's Culture Before Disappearing from the Web  

In what's becoming something of a regular occurrence, Magic Leap has yet another internal, unforced error on its hands. Thankfully, this time it's not about legal skirmishes or theft, but a rather unusual break from company protocol that has been quickly swept under the rug. On Thursday, a video interview appeared on YouTube featuring Necole Pynn, a newly hired Associate Producer at Magic Leap at its Florida headquarters. For most companies, this wouldn't necessarily be noteworthy. But Magic L

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2018-03-10 17:15:49

All the Latest Leaks & Rumors on the BlackBerry KEYone 2  

After licensing the name and rights of its iconic brand to TCL, BlackBerry has emerged from the brink of obscurity to a somewhat competitive form. Products such as the KEYone were well-received by critics, merging the iconic keyboard with traditional smartphone design. And it looks a sequel to this device is coming soon. Despite low sales, TCL and BlackBerry are committed to producing smartphones that merge TCL's manufacturing with BlackBerry's enterprise security software. At CES, TCL announc

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2018-03-10 15:04:13

Red Cross AR App Takes You Deep into the Life of a Child Plagued by International Warfare  

Next to things like natural disasters and disease, the specter of war is one of the only things that threatens to derail the 21st century's long stretch of technological innovation. Now a new app is using augmented reality to remind us of that by focusing on those most impacted by war — children. The International Committee of the Red Cross has just released a free AR app, developed by the digital agency Nedd, called "Enter the Room" that uses ARKit to briefly transport users to another real...

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2018-03-10 12:25:23

How to Activate Developer Options on Your Galaxy S9  

You don't need to have a fully modded and rooted Galaxy S9 to appreciate what developer options brings to the table. Besides the obvious USB debugging, which lets you use ADB, this hidden menu lets you tweak your phone's animations or change its DPI to better suit your needs — and that's just the tip of the iceberg. Because carelessly playing around with the settings within it can negatively impact your phone's performance, the developer options menu is normally hidden. But as long as you ex...

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2018-03-10 10:25:03

Samsung Internet 101: How to Open a New Tab Without Lifting a Finger  

On most web browsers, opening a tab requires two or three taps. Not with Samsung Internet. While the app offers a few different ways of getting it done, there's a trick that lets you open a tab with virtually no effort at all. It's one of the reasons Samsung Internet is one of the best browsers on Android. Okay, so, full disclosure — in order for this to work, you may technically need to lift one finger. However, once you learn how it's done, it'll feel like you don't have to. Simply long-pr...

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2018-03-10 09:32:27

How to Get Oreo's Battery Menu Back on Android P (9.0)  

One odd change found in the Android P Developer Preview is that the "Battery" menu no longer lets you see apps that are draining your battery nor gives access to usage details. However, one quick menu tweak will bring the Battery menu back in line with Android Oreo's, only there's a hidden setting you have to unlock first. On a Pixel or any phone running the latest stock Android Oreo version, you just go to the "Battery" menu, then you can the apps that are draining your battery under the App

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2018-03-10 07:14:41

Market Reality: Upskill Fields Funding, Leap Motion Faces Lawsuit & Intel Confronts Challenges of AR Adoption  

Augmented reality business followers, we've got good news and bad news. First, the good news: Upskill closed another round of funding, this time led by strategic investors Cisco and Accenture. (Well, this is probably bad news if you're competing with them on the enterprise AR front.) Now the bad news: Leap Motion's hand-tracking tech is the subject of a patent infringement lawsuit. On the forward-looking end of the business, the head of Intel Labs recently delivered a presentation that could

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2018-03-10 01:53:02

College Basketball Fans Can Now Celebrate Their School's March Madness Berth in AR via Thyng's App  

The NCAA College Basketball Tournament, colloquially known as March Madness, is arguably the most exciting postseason format in US sports, and the team behind Thyng want to take advantage of the annual event with AR content. The Thyng app for ARKit-compatible iPhones and iPads now features video captures of mascots for eight teams, including the Michigan State University Spartans, University of Virginia Cavaliers, University of Florida Gators, Villanova University Wildcats, Duke University Blu

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2018-03-09 13:12:12

How to Pin Apps to the Multitasking View on Your Galaxy S9  

The Galaxy S9 is truly a sight to behold. With a class-leading display, the best camera ever put into a smartphone, and Samsung's cutting edge design, it might just be the best piece of hardware on the market. Having said that, some of the most useful additions are actually in the software. Unlike some other flavors of Android, Samsung Experience has a handy "Close All" button at the bottom of the multitasking view — just tap this button and all recent apps are swept away. But sometimes, you...

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2018-03-09 12:19:02

How to Unlock Android P's New 'Feature Flags' Settings  

There's a new secret settings menu hiding in Android P that offers Chrome-style "flags" to the overall operating system. Since it's currently the first Developer Preview version, it's possible that this menu could disappear entirely when the public version finally gets released, but it could also persist in its current hidden state where you have to unlock it. With this new flags menu unlocked, you can tweak a few settings design choices in Android P back to their equivalent Android Oreo versi

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2018-03-09 08:19:27

Here's What We Know About the Mysterious Triple Camera in Huawei's Upcoming Flagship  

It seems like each day new rumors and leaks come out for Huawei's upcoming P series devices. Everything from its name change to its specs has been leaked, sometimes with contradicting rumors. One of the biggest leaks is the inclusion of triple rear cameras, a first for smartphones. While this rumor has been challenged, the latest leaks indicate that this will in fact be the case. Recent videos and images lend strong evidence that the P20 Plus will have the first triple camera array on a smartp

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2018-03-09 07:36:36

You Can Get One of the Galaxy S9's Best Apps on Any Phone  

While TouchWiz as an Android skin isn't a favorite among many, Samsung Internet is a fantastic web browser that S9 owners should be happy to have preinstalled out of the box. But you don't need to buy Samsung's latest flagship to try their browser — Samsung Internet is available to all compatible Android phones. There's a good chance you stick to Chrome, especially if it's the default browser that came with your smartphone. But there are a lot of excellent web browsers on the Play Store that...

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2018-03-09 06:30:42

No, Bose, Those Aren't AR Glasses You're Hyping, but Nice Try  

On Friday, audio giant Bose emerged as the latest, and perhaps the most surprising company to announce that it's planning to release augmented reality smartglasses. There's just one problem: these smartglasses don't present any visual content whatsoever. The wearable is associated with Bose's new so-called "AR platform" that the company is unveiling this week at SXSW, and it's intended to augment what you hear rather than what you see. While the device certainly looks much cooler than most s

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2018-03-09 06:01:16

Google Is Testing a Redesign for Play Store App Listings  

Google updates the Play Store periodically, but the changes are usually subtle. A recent server-side update, however, is shaking things up quite a bit. In past versions, app installation pages have had images or videos at the top of the page to give app developers a chance to set themselves apart. The new redesign, which appears to be rolling out to only a limited set of users for the time being, makes these pages a lot more uniform. Old interface.. New redesign.. Interestingly, app listing

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2018-03-09 04:54:21

How to Get Android P's Screenshot Editing Feature on Any Android Phone Today  

Android fans have been green with envy ever since iOS 11 came out with its screenshot editing tool. However, the Android P Developer Preview shows that Google is working on their own editing tool. While the developer preview is only open to Pixel users, you can get the Markup tool today for free. Thanks to XDA user Quinny899, the Markup tool has been ripped from the Android P Developer Preview for use on almost any Android phone, letting you easily edit screenshots like on iOS. All you need to

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2018-03-09 04:21:58

How to Set Your Galaxy S9 to the Highest Possible Resolution Out of the Box  

Samsung's Galaxy S9 has the best smartphone display among any in its class, beating out the likes of the Google Pixel 2 XL and iPhone X. However, Samsung doesn't unlock the true power of its screen out of the box. To do that, you'll need to rummage through a few settings on your way to maxing out the resolution of your Galaxy S9 or S9+. The Galaxy S9 and S9+ are set to a resolution of 1080p (FHD+) by default, which is less sharp than the advertised 1440p. Samsung most likely does this so the S

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2018-03-09 03:49:35

Intel Labs Chief Reveals the Secrets to Taking Augmented Reality Mainstream  

Because augmented reality is still so new to so many people, there are a number of would-be experts opining online, often repeating basic facts anyone with a spare 15 minutes can find on their own. That's why it's important to point out when someone delivers what could be considered the ultimate cheat sheet for ramping up your AR IQ if you're unfamiliar with the finer points of the space. Today, that honor goes to none other than AR pioneer Ronald Azuma, who delivered a nearly hour-long speech

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2018-03-09 03:15:36

How to Boot Your Galaxy S9 or S9+ into Safe Mode  

No smartphone is immune to software issues, even one as advanced as the Galaxy S9 and S9+. Bugs can be caused by a multitude of issues, such as third-party apps that just refuse to play well with your device's OS. Thankfully, there's a simple way for you to check if your S9's bugs are due to uncooperative apps. Like almost all Android devices, the S9 and s9+ can be booted into safe mode, which gives you the ability to troubleshoot your device for issues like random reboots, crashes, overheatin

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2018-03-09 01:01:01

How to Get the New Pixel Launcher from Android P on Any Phone — No Root Needed  

Google just released the first version of Android P, but the Android community is already working its magic. Developer Quinny899 quickly ported the updated Pixel Launcher from the new build, so you can try it out on other phones right now. The only requirements here are that you're running Marshmallow or higher with Unknown Sources enabled in Settings under Security, and that you don't have any previous versions of the Pixel Launcher installed on your phone — even ports like Lawnchair (this ...

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2018-03-08 21:43:39

The Best Micro SD Cards for Your Galaxy S9  

In many ways, the Galaxy S9 is a holdout from the golden days of Android. It's one of the last major flagships to sport a headphone jack, it has an impressive array of internal sensors, and perhaps more importantly, it's got a micro SD card slot. If you're in the market for an SD card for your S9, there are a few things you should know. First, Samsung added support for up to 400 GB of expandable storage on the Galaxy S9. Beyond that, the S9 supports all the latest SD card specs, including clas

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2018-03-08 19:37:27

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