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How to Enable 'Now Playing' on Your Pixel 2 or Pixel 2 XL  

The Pixel 2 has a really cool feature that identifies any songs playing nearby and automatically displays the track's name on your lock screen. It's honestly one of the most inventive smartphone features we've seen in a while, especially considering how Google did it — but strangely, it's not enabled by default. This "name that tune" feature is called Now Playing, and despite the fact that it uses the Pixel 2's always-listening low-power core to identify songs, it's not a privacy concern. Go...

2017-10-20 16:00:00

The Pixel 2 Has a Semi-Transparent Notification Shade That's Really Easy to Miss  

Google doesn't really use an OEM skin on its new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, but they've certainly added lots of little finishing touches to their flagships' version of Android. Things like Now Playing, an always-on Ambient Display, and other little bonuses are sprinkled throughout the OS, and if you look really closely, you'll notice another: A semi-transparent Quick Settings panel. When I say semi-transparent, emphasis should really be on the semi part of that statement. The pull-down menu where

2017-10-20 15:00:00

Turn Any Phone into a Hacking Super Weapon with The Sonic  

The Watch Dogs video game series came out in 2014, enamoring audiences with the idea of a seemingly magical smartphone that could change traffic signals, hack web cameras, and even remotely control forklifts. This may sound like science fiction, but The Sonic uses a customized flavor of Kali Linux to allow you to unleash the power of Kali from any smartphone — all without the need to create a hotspot to control it. If you've ever tried hacking on an iPhone, you know it's not a straightforwar...

2017-10-20 14:00:00

VSCO 101: How to Use Presets (or Filters) on Your Photos  

One of the best features VSCO has to offer is its presets, also known as filters — they reduce the labor it takes to make your images look better by applying unique preset edits to each. Presets can make your photo look like it came from a professional studio or a black and white camera from the '70s. Sounds great, right? So, how do you get started? Luckily, VSCO makes things simple when it comes to editing your pictures with presets. Even if you've never used a photo editor before, using pr...

2017-10-20 12:00:00

How to Prevent Carved & Uncarved Pumpkins from Rotting  

Pumpkin carving and decorating is a favorite pastime during this time of year. After you've carved an amazing design or face into a pumpkin or two, you want to show it off through your window or set it out on your porch for the neighbors to see. Without knowing the tricks to save your holiday pumpkins, they can turn slimy, moldy, and mushy in as little as three days. This is your jack-o'-lantern ... right before it starts to grow mold.. Don't let that happen — let everyone see your original m...

2017-10-20 10:00:00

Now Noobs Can Create AR Apps for Ubimax's Enterprise Platform  

Augmented reality software provider Ubimax unveiled their graphical authoring and publishing tool for their Frontline enterprise platform to attendees at Augmented World Expo Europe today. Dubbed Frontline Creator, the tool consists of a web-based graphical editor that gives non-technical personnel the ability to build apps that can run on a wide variety of wearable AR devices, such as Google Glass and Vuzix M300. Users can configure workflows, user interfaces, and system interfaces and can le

2017-10-19 18:00:00

How to Protect Yourself from the KRACK Attacks WPA2 Wi-Fi Vulnerability  

In October of 2017, Mathy Vanhoef released "Key Reinstallation Attacks: Forcing Nonce Reuse in WPA2." This paper demonstrates a way to decrypt traffic on practically any WPA2 network, the most commonly used form of wireless security (seeing as all other forms of Wi-Fi encryption have already been broken). Practically all of the network-connected devices we use will need to be updated in some way in order to protect against this vulnerability, each of them in a different way. The Key Reinstalla

2017-10-19 16:00:00

How to Change DPI Scaling on the LG V30  

The LG V30 is an amazing device that will contend for best smartphone of 2017. It has all the major features you'd expect from a high-end flagship, including a great screen. One that, luckily, we can customize to our liking by tweaking its DPI. DPI, or Dots Per Inch, is a number that reflects how the screen would be scaled if it were printed. For smartphones, it is an indicator of how large or small the icons and text will appear on the screen. Most Android devices don't let you change the DPI

2017-10-19 14:00:00

How to Make a Fire Snake from Sugar & Baking Soda  

A fire snake, also referred to as a black snake or sugar snake, is a classic science experiment you can do right in your own kitchen using a baking soda and sugar mixture and a fuel to ignite the reaction. When the baking soda gets hot, it makes carbon dioxide gas. The pressure from this gas pushes the carbonate from the burning sugar out, producing the snake reminiscent of popular intumescent fireworks. This food-based chemistry experiment is not to be confused with the carbon snake, which u

2017-10-19 12:00:00

How to Put the iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus & iPhone X into DFU Mode in iTunes  

With the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, and the exclusive iPhone X, Apple has come full circle in transitioning its users away from the home button present since the first iPhone a decade ago. This gives us a window into Apple's design philosophy moving forward, but it also presents some new problems, especially when it comes to entering and exiting DFU mode in iTunes. Even though the iPhone 8 and 8 Plus still sport home buttons, they are capacitive like the iPhone 7 series and serve no function when they'

2017-10-19 10:00:00

RE'FLEKT Launches Remote Video Support for AR Platform Along with ARKit & ARCore Demo Apps  

At the Augmented World Expo Europe press conference in Munich today, RE'FLEKT will unveil the addition of remote video calling to their RE'FLEKT One enterprise augmented reality platform, in addition to ARKit and ARCore apps that demonstrate the platform's capabilities. Like similar features on other platforms, RE'FLEKT Remote allows users to call remote support experts, who can annotate the camera view on the user's smartphone, tablet, or smart glasses to help diagnosis troubles. However, RE

2017-10-19 07:00:00

Samsung Bringing ARCore Support to Galaxy S8+ & Note 8  

As part of the Samsung Development Conference today, Samsung unveiled that they will expand support for Google's ARCore platform to include the Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy Note 8. Clay Bavor, Google's vice president of virtual and augmented reality, took the stage at the Moscone Center in San Francisco to make the announcement. He also noted that future phones will support the platform as well. Excited to be working with Samsung to bring ARCore to even more Galaxy devices. S8+ and Note8 coming soon

2017-10-18 21:22:00

Mitsubishi Concept Car Includes AR Display to Improve Driver Safety  

Self-driving vehicles may be the apex of safe driving, taking human error out of the equation. Until then, augmented reality can help reduce accidents by improving driver awareness. This week, Mitsubishi Electric Corporation introduced its EMIRAI 4 concept car, which uses augmented reality to help drivers operate the vehicle more safely. A heads-up display mounted on the dashboard highlights the road and lane makers using 3D mapping and positioning technology. The technology improves the driv

2017-10-18 20:08:00

Arcona Could Cover the World with AR Objects  

A Russian augmented reality startup wants the next frontier in real estate to be augmented reality estate. Arcona, a blockchain-based augmented reality platform proposed by Piligrim XXI, maps out a grid of "Digital Land" over real locations across the world where digital content can be placed and then viewed by visitors through an app. Users will be able to buy and sell land, content, and software through an online marketplace using Arcon tokens. The platform will launch next month with an in

2017-10-18 18:09:19

8 Ways to Increase Battery Life on Your LG V30  

The LG V30 has solid battery life. With its QHD P-OLED screen and 4 GB RAM, it's able to maintain all-day performance with average use. Heavier users might find that its 3,300 mAh battery isn't quite enough for a full day of work, though, but with a few software tweaks, you can squeeze out even more battery life. With the following eight tips, we can extend the battery life of this device so that even the heaviest of users can get through an entire day without having to charge their phone. Any

2017-10-18 16:00:00

AR Headsets with Larger Displays from WaveOptics Could Arrive Next Year  

Augmented reality headsets with larger eye boxes than any device currently available could make their way to market by the end of next year if current timelines hold true. These devices are made possible by WaveOptics, whose full-color waveguide displays are capable of a 40-degree field of view and provide eyeboxes that surpass current offerings "by quite some margin," according to Dion Lewis, vice president of business development for Wave Optics. "That makes it incredibly usable and comfort

2017-10-18 15:00:00

LG Partners with CEVA to Develop 3D Camera Module  

Though Google and Apple have released their own software-based toolkits for AR, components suppliers continue to advance their technology to better support AR experiences on the hardware side. The latest example comes from LG Electronics, who have partnered with signal processing IP licensor CEVA to develop a 3D camera module for use in smartphones and robots. Packing a Rockchip RK1608 coprocessor and multiple CEVA-XM4 imaging and vision digital signal processors (DSPs), the module is designe

2017-10-18 13:00:00

WhatsApp 101: How to Use WhatsApp Web to Send & Receive Messages from Any Computer  

Typos are a constant annoyance that we all deal with thanks to the cramped touchscreen keyboards on smartphones. For many, nothing beats the feel of a good old physical keyboard when it comes to typing fast with minimal errors. Fortunately, WhatsApp has an awesome feature which lets you use their messaging service right on your computer. Through the use of WhatsApp Web, users of this highly popular messaging app have the added ability of using their desktop web browser to message friends and f

2017-10-18 12:00:00

Windows Mixed Reality Arrives with Fall Creators Update & Headsets  

Today, anyone with a compatible PC can download the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update and experience Windows Mixed Reality. Also arriving today are Windows Mixed Reality headsets from Acer, Dell, HP, and Lenovo, which are all available through Microsoft Stores. Best Buy also sells the Acer, Dell, and HP models; Amazon lists the Acer headset, but it is temporarily out-of-stock, Those opting for a Samsung HMD Odyssey headset will have to wait until Nov. 6. But you don't need the headset to get sta

2017-10-17 23:01:00

After Gathering Another $502 Million in Funding, Magic Leap May Deliver AR Device in Six Months  

As expected, Magic Leap closed a Series D round of equity funding, raising $502 million from new and existing investors. Less expected, however, were a fresh set of rumors that the company's first devices could ship within six months. The round was led by Temasek, EDBI, a Singapore-based fund, Globo from Brazil, and Janus Henderson Investors. Existing investors Alibaba Group, Fidelity Management and Research Company, Google, J.P. Morgan Investment Management, and T. Rowe Price also participate

2017-10-17 21:35:00

VSCO 101: How to Save Photos to Your iPhone or Android Phone's Camera Roll or Gallery  

Whether you use VSCO to take all of your photos or you use it primarily to edit photos you take with others apps on your iOS or Android phone, you're at some point going to want your VSCO pics to end up in your Camera Roll or Gallery. VSCO doesn't add them there by default, but there's a couple of ways to get them there. Saving individual photos to your Camera Roll or Gallery is pretty straightforward. Plus, you can save all of the photos in your VSCO Studio at once or have photos you take wit

2017-10-17 18:00:00

Lawyers for Meta & Genedics Trade Barbs in Patent Infringement Lawsuit  

Meta Company has filed its response to allegations that the user interface for their augmented reality headsets infringe on six patents owned by a mostly-unknown company. Last month, Meta's legal team asked the court to dismiss the patent infringement claims levied by Genedics in August, based on court filing obtained by Next Reality. They are also seeking to transfer the case from the US District Court of Delaware to the District of Northern California. Last week, Genedics responded in kind w

2017-10-17 17:05:30

How to Turn Your LG V30 into a Google Pixel 2  

The LG V30 is an amazing device that will contend for best smartphone of 2017. It has all the major features you'd expect from a high-end flagship, and it even includes what's become a rare commodity these days — a headphone jack. However, for the purists out there, the LG UX skin strays too far away from stock Android. Have no fear, for with the LG V30, you can have your cake and eat it, too. By making some minor tweaks, the LG V30 can mimic the look of the granddaddy of all stock Android d...

2017-10-17 16:00:01

How to Use Dorkbot for Automated Vulnerability Discovery  

If you need to scan a large number of domains for a specific web app vulnerability, Dorkbot may be the tool for you. Dorkbot uses search engines to locate dorks and then scan potentially vulnerable apps with a scanner module. This tool is useful if you're managing a large number of hosts and aren't sure what may be vulnerable and what may not. It's also useful if you're a black hat looking to compromise as many machines as possible in a short time, not that we condone any black hattery here.

2017-10-17 14:00:00

How to Transform into Eleven from 'Stranger Things' for Halloween (Costume & Makeup Guide)  

Since its debut, retro thriller Stranger Things and its characters have become ingrained in our popular culture — especially the telekinetic Eleven. For cosplayers, it didn't take long before they grabbed their boxes of frozen Eggo waffles, blonde wigs (or bald caps), and pink smocked dresses to transform into El herself. From Comic-Con to Halloween, you're sure to find an army of Elevens walking about, and this All Hallows' Eve, why not join in on the fun?! The fact that season 2 of Strange...

2017-10-17 12:00:00

How to Generate Private Encryption Keys with the Diffie-Hellman Key Exchange  

When we are building programs that communicate over a network, how can we keep our data private? The last thing we want is some other lousy hacker sniffing our packets, so how do we stop them? The easy answer: encryption. However, this is a very wide-ranging answer. Today we're going to look specifically at how to encrypt data in Python with dynamically generated encryption keys using what is known as the Diffie-Hellman key exchange. The Problem Encrypting data is a fairly straightforward pro

2017-10-17 10:00:00

Mind Map AR Moving from Tango to ARCore  

When Google announced its ARCore augmented reality toolkit for Android as its answer to Apple's ARKit for iPhones and iPads, the question from many observers was, "What about Tango?" For at least one app Tango app developer, ScapeHop, the answer is to move to ARCore, and don't look back. A pre-release beta version of ScapeHop's Tango app, Mind Map AR, is available for download from the Play Store. However, according to developer Dante Martin, founder and CEO of ScapeHop, they have ceased work

2017-10-16 21:00:00

WhatsApp 101: How to Share Status Updates on iPhone or Android  

Taking a cue form Snapchat, WhatsApp Status lets you share updates that come in the form of GIFs, photos, videos and good old text. This awesome feature is available for both iPhone and Android users, and it even lets you choose which contacts to share with while disappearing after 24 hours. Disappearing messages have become incredibly popular in recent years due to their obvious security and privacy benefits. More and more messaging services and apps are adding this feature, WhatsApp among th

2017-10-16 20:00:00

Release the KRACKen: WPA2 Wi-Fi Encryption Hackable Until All Clients & APs Are Patched  

Some of us woke up at the KRACK of dawn to begin reading about the latest serious vulnerability that impacts the vast majority of users on Wi-Fi. If you weren't one of those early readers, I'm talking about the Key Reinstallation Attack, which affects nearly all Wi-Fi devices. The researcher who discovered KRACK, Mathy Vanhoef of imec-DistriNet at KU Leuven in Belgium, recently released his research paper "Key Reinstallation Attacks: Forcing Nonce Reuse in WPA2," additionally crediting Frank P

2017-10-16 19:19:00

How to Execute Code in a Microsoft Word Document Without Security Warnings  

Code execution in Microsoft Word is easier than ever, thanks to recent research done by Etienne Stalmans and Saif El-Sherei. Executing code in MS Word can be complicated, in some cases requiring the use of Macros or memory corruption. Fortunately, Microsoft has a built in a feature that we can abuse to have the same effect. The best part, it does so without raising any User Account Control security warnings. Let's look at how it's done. Using Microsoft documents to deliver a payload is as old

2017-10-16 18:00:00

WhatsApp 101: How to Delete Individual & Group Chats on Your iPhone or Android  

One of the downsides of living in an unprecedented age of connectivity is the near-constant bombardment of information. WhatsApp, the go-to messaging app for people the world over, is just as susceptible to buildup of useless media files, thanks to awesome features that allow us to communicate in multiple ways, such as broadcasting to friends and family. Luckily, the app makes it easy to remove old and unwanted data from your iPhone or Android. The importance of deleting old data on our smartp

2017-10-16 16:00:00

Snapseed 101: How to Save Photos in Full Quality  

If you want to take your iPhone or Android photos to the next level, Snapseed is one of the best options. When it comes time to share pictures with friends and family, you want them to look as good as possible, so a little post-processing is in order. The problem is that Snapseed, by default, saves your edited photos at a lower quality than it first came in. What gives? In order to make sure your photos are saved in as high a quality as when you first took them, you'll have to change some sett

2017-10-16 14:00:00

Zappar Extends AR Services to EVRYTHNG IoT Platform  

A partnership between augmented reality company Zappar and IoT services provider EVRYTHNG will bring AR experiences to consumers while supplying market data to brands. Customers who scan specially-marked packages via Zappar's app or the brand's app integrated with Zappar's services will have access to augmented reality experiences, which can range from games and entertainment to nutritional information and recipes "Our partnership with Zappar is yet another way we're bridging the gap between t

2017-10-16 12:00:00

Snapchat 101: How to Use Context Cards  

Not that long ago, Snapchat was an app with only one purpose — to send and receive self-destructing picture messages. The app has clearly grown since, adding many features that both adhere to its original function as well as ignore it. One of these new features is Context Cards. You may have heard about them, but what exactly are they? Context cards are attached to snaps and contain information about their location, including nearby restaurants, shops, and other snaps in the area. You'll fin...

2017-10-16 12:00:00

7 No-Root Mods That'll Turn Your First-Gen Pixel into a Pixel 2  

The Pixel 2 is a solid upgrade when compared to the 2016 model, but we've reached a point where the latest generation of a smartphone is never leaps and bounds better than the last. It's hard to justify dropping nearly a grand on a phone when it doesn't improve your situation much — especially when a few software tweaks will give you most of the upgrade for free. Aside from a slightly improved camera and the Pixel 2 XL's nearly bezel-less display, the biggest changes to this year's Pixels ar...

2017-10-15 22:00:00

How to Dump a MacOS User's Chrome Passwords with EvilOSX  

This weeks' article on Pupy made me wish for a RAT that could be targeted at an OS frequently used by gatekeepers at startups, tech companies, and creative firms: macOS. Once run, a RAT can do particularly severe damage by dumping a user's stored credentials for many accounts. The best loot lives in the Chrome Password cache, so today we'll be using EvilOSX, an OSX RAT, to infiltrate macOS and dump these credentials. Systems like macOS are often neglected in terms of security training, as auto

2017-10-15 20:00:00

Snapseed 101: Use Portrait Mode & Head Pose to Get the Perfect Selfie  

Google's Snapseed app has a plethora of editing tools to help make your photos even better. But did you know it has specific tools designed to edit your face? Not that it needs any help, of course! While there are many Snapseed tools that help improve your selfie game, only two are specifically designed to focus on the most important part of your selfie. Those tools, Portrait Mode and Head Pose, can be used to improve your selfie game in ways your automatic iPhone or Android camera just can't

2017-10-15 18:00:00

Android Security 101: How to Secure Your Communications & Messages  

Due to the overnight success of smartphones, millions of people are connecting with others. Currently, over 15 million text messages are sent every minute worldwide. Most of this communication is happening in the open where any hacker can intercept and share in the discussion unbeknownst to the participants. However, we don't need to communicate insecurely. Securing your messages requires addressing three components of communication: The network, the apps, and your social decisions. By impleme

2017-10-15 16:00:00

How to Make a Cheap, DIY Fog Machine for Your Halloween Party  

Need to add some spooky ambient fog to your super-scary Halloween party? Rather than shelling out money for a fog machine you'll probably only use once a year, make a trip to the nearest drug store and pick up a bottle of glycerin, a gallon of distilled water, a 2-liter bottle of cola, a disposable mini-pie tin, and a big candle in a jar. Mix together one part glycerin and three parts water to make your fog juice. After that, set up a stand so that the big candle heats up the bottom of a pie t

2017-10-15 14:00:00

How to Cast Your iTunes Movie Library to Chromecast or Android TV  

Google just announced a partnership with Movies Anywhere that will allow you to connect your iTunes, Amazon, and Vudu movie library with Google Play Movies. In other words, movies you purchase from any of these online retailers will be available for playback in the Google Play Movies app after a little setup. But the great part about this is that Google Play Movies — which is available for iOS, Android, on the web, and a slew of other platforms — has Chromecast functionality built-in, unli...

2017-10-15 12:00:00

How to Create a Wireless Spy Camera Using a Raspberry Pi  

Surveillance is always a useful tool in a hacker's arsenal, whether deployed offensively or defensively. Watching targets yourself isn't always practical, and traditional surveillance camera systems can be costly, lacking in capabilities, or both. Today, we will use motionEyeOS running on a Raspberry Pi Zero to create a small, concealable Wi-Fi connected spy camera that is both affordable and easily concealed. What Do I Use It For? What couldn't you use a 1 inch, sub $40 spy camera for? Reall

2017-10-15 01:00:00

How to Detect BlueBorne Vulnerable Devices & What It Means  

Armis Labs has revealed eight vulnerabilities, called "BlueBorne", which put 5.3 billion Android, iOS, Windows, and Linux devices that use Bluetooth at risk. With it, hackers can control devices, access data, and spread malware to other vulnerable devices through networks. In this post, we will learn about the vulnerabilities, then look at how to find devices that have them. On their release page for BlueBorne Armis provides a very good overview video, which you can see below. Video: . What Is

2017-10-14 20:00:00

How to Get the Pixel 2 Launcher with the Bottom Search Bar & Google Now — No Root Needed  

Update 10/14: Developer paphonb has added rootless Google Now integration to the leaked Pixel 2 launcher, so now, anyone running Android Nougat or Oreo can get the full Pixel 2 home screen experience. For those running Lollipop or Marshmallow, we've left the unaltered leaked version linked out below, but we've added a new link for the tweaked version with Google Now integration. Google's Pixel 2 flagships are packed with new upgrades like enhanced front-facing speakers and class-leading camera

2017-10-14 18:00:00

Waze 101: How to Download Routes for Offline Use on Android  

Google's Waze app sets itself apart from other navigation apps with its seamless use of your Android's GPS and internet connections to provide real-time updates on traffic conditions. And if you scratch below the surface, you'll even find an awesome feature within the app that lets you navigate through areas with poor internet connection without a hitch. Waze's offline routes are a little different from a similar feature offered by Google Maps. The route that's saved within Waze is kept in cac

2017-10-14 16:00:00

Android Security 101: How to Secure Your Data Connections & Browse the Web Safely  

In the wake of the Equifax data breach and the 2016 US election, cybersecurity has become a significant issue for Americans. Unfortunately, anytime we use our devices, we are open to a cyber attack — especially when we browse the web. However, there are ways that we can make it harder for hackers and data miners. The biggest security weakness in your smartphone is its data connection — sadly, any device with always-on internet access will inherently carry risk. Although there are no foolpr...

2017-10-14 12:00:00

Market Reality: As Magic Leap & Microsoft Seek Funds, Educators Prepare the Next Class of AR Innovators  

For a company who hasn't released a product and has a reputation for being secretive, Magic Leap sure has a tendency to make waves. Over the past few weeks, they've refreshed their website design, released an abstract YouTube video, and announced a partnership with Madefire to offer mixed reality comics on its device whenever it launches. Next, they are gearing up for another round of funding. Magic Leap isn't the only company seeking funding. Microsoft is a founding member of a public/private

2017-10-13 20:00:00

How to Fully Anonymize Kali with Tor, Whonix, & PIA VPN  

Hacking from a host machine without any form of proxying is reckless for a hacker, and in a penetration test, could lead to an important IP address becoming quickly blacklisted by the target. By routing all traffic over Tor and reducing the threat of malicious entrance and exit nodes with a VPN, we can configure Kali to become thoroughly private and anonymous. Running Kali Linux in a virtual machine can be an ideal hacking platform for launching attacks, but is only as anonymous or private as

2017-10-13 19:00:00

Dev Report: Unity 2017.2 Is Out  

Being on the bleeding edge is a place that you will get cut from time to time, as has been the case for many developers in the HoloLens space. Between major changes in Unity to help support newer versions of .NET, changes in the MixedRealityToolkit-Unity, the requirement of being a member of the Windows 10 Insider Preview Fast Ring, and updates to Visual Studio 2017, the past two months have been a time of many bandages. Hopefully, this "time of troubles" is over with today's release of Unity

2017-10-13 18:00:00

HoloLens Dev 101: Building a Dynamic User Interface for the HoloLens, Part 7 (Unlocking the Menu Movement)  

In the previous section of this series on dynamic user interfaces for HoloLens, we learned about delegates and events. At the same time we used those delegates and events to not only attach our menu system to the users gaze, but also to enable and disable the menu based on certain conditions. Now let's take that knowledge and build on it to make our menu system a bit more comfortable. One of the best practices that come up with HoloLens development is to avoid locking UI elements to the user's

2017-10-13 16:00:00

Cydia 101: How to Purchase Apps & Tweaks on Your Jailbroken iPhone  

While widely known for its massive collection of free apps and tweaks that let you fully personalize your jailbroken iPhone, Cydia also comes laden with packages that can be purchased to take customization to a whole 'nother level. Similar in function to the iOS App Store, buying an app in Cydia is simple and relatively safe. Though it's worth noting that paid apps can be installed for free thanks to various repos that contain their cracked versions, we don't recommend going that route. Cracke

2017-10-13 14:00:00

TIDAL 101: How to Adjust the Quality of Streaming or Downloaded Music  

Thanks to their partnership with Tidal, over 30 million Sprint customers can access Hi-Fi audio on the go. And the Jay-Z-owned music service isn't limited to just Sprint customers — for $19.99/month, anyone can listen to lossless audio from their favorite artists. But streaming uncompressed audio files uses a lot more data than standard quality, so how do you use Tidal without hitting your data cap? As usual, the answer's in the settings. Tidal offers users control of the quality of their mu...

2017-10-13 12:00:00

How to Share Songs from Apple Music Using AirDrop in iOS 11  

Apple Music's name reveals a lot about itself — it's made by Apple, and it has a lot of music. 40 million songs, in fact, if the iPhone-maker is to be believed. With that many songs, you may find a gem before any of your friends or family do. How can you share that song with them? With AirDrop, of course! It might not be apparent, but with iOS 11, AirDrop is fully integrated with Apple Music. This makes introducing others to your music quick and easy, granted those people are in the same spa...

2017-10-13 10:00:00

Dev Report: Vuforia 7's New Features Keep It Ahead in an ARKit, ARCore World  

The advent of ARKit and ARCore has strengthened the demand for development tools to build augmented reality experiences for compatible iPhones, iPads, and Android devices. We have seen Unity step up with support for both platforms, with ARCore support arriving in their next releases, and now Vuforia will follow suit in version 7 of their software. According to Vinny DaSilva, developer evangelist for Vuforia, in a conversation with Next Reality, "Vuforia 7 will be released along with the next

2017-10-12 22:00:00

How to Detect Bluetooth Low Energy Devices in Realtime with Blue Hydra  

Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) is the de facto wireless protocol choice by many wearables developers, and much of the emerging internet of things (IoT) market. Thanks to it's near ubiquity in modern smartphones, tablets, and computers, BLE represents a large and frequently insecure attack surface. This surface can now be mapped with the use of Blue Hydra. Built on the bluez library, Blue Hydra employs built-in BLE hardware, which can be further enabled by the use of Ubertooth hardware, to discover

2017-10-12 16:00:00

You're About to See More AR Ads in Your Mobile Browser, Thanks To Vertebrae  

Immersive advertising company Vertebrae has extended its native ad platform to augmented reality via mobile Chrome browsers for Android and Safari for iPhone. Originally built for virtual reality, the platform provides advertisers with six templates. For the front-facing cameras, Vertebrae offers Virtual Try On, as used by Ray-Ban for sunglasses, and Dynamic Experience Mask, such as those made famous by Snapchat. For the rear camera, advertisers can place the audiences inside a 360-degree imag

2017-10-12 15:00:00

TIDAL 101: How to Enable Loudness Normalization  

Jay-Z's Tidal streaming service provides Hi-Fi music to a mainstream audience. Even better, Tidal can do this without blowing out your eardrums, because it's easy to enable volume normalization so that one track isn't louder than the next. Tidal officially calls this setting "Loudness Normalization," and it provides a consistent volume between various tracks — in other words, you won't have to constantly adjust the volume when tracks change. For many individuals who don't like the sudden cha...

2017-10-12 14:00:00

Cydia 101: How to Re-Enable a Semi-Tethered Jailbreak  

Unlike fully untethered jailbreaks such as Yalu's iOS 10.2 method, semi-tethered jailbreaks require users to re-enable the mod each time their device is turned off. Fortunately, the process of kickstarting a jailbreak is easy to do, since it's already embedded in your iPhone's OS and doesn't require reinstallation. Power cycling an iPhone with a semi-tethered jailbreak can be a little problematic, as doing so restores your device to an un-jailbroken state. Cydia, along with all associated apps

2017-10-12 12:00:00

How to Block Cross-Site Tracking in Safari in iOS 11  

Apple has a history of promoting and protecting user privacy. One of iOS 11's less talked about features is its furthered commitment to this endeavor, especially with Safari. At a time when every move you make online is tracked and traced by ad companies, among others, Apple is implementing new techniques to safeguard iPhone users as much as possible. Enter cross-site tracking prevention. This setting aims to block third parties from linking your internet traffic between similar websites, limi

2017-10-12 10:00:00

Apple AR: Defend Your Home from Zombies with Your iPhone  

While VR promises to take gamers to another world, AR has the potential to bring the game elements into your own neighborhood or home. Just in time for Halloween, ARZombi places your living room into the epicenter of a zombie outbreak, with your ARKit-compatible iPhone or iPad acting as your eyes and your weapon. The game, which we reported on previously, is now available in the App Store. It uses ARKit to establish the floor's location, players mark the openings of the front door and windows

2017-10-11 22:00:00

How to Disable HDR Video Downloads on Your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus  

HDR, or high-dynamic range, is currently the best way to view movies and TV shows on your iPhone 8 or 8 Plus. With a wider color gamut and a broad luminance range, there's no beating HDR video for the ultimate viewing experience. Unless, of course, you don't have the storage to hold those giant Dolby Vision or HDR10 files. Here's the thing — most HDR content is in 4K, but the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus don't have 4K displays. They don't even have 2K displays. These iPhones, while excellent i...

2017-10-11 18:00:00

How to Use Private Encrypted Messaging Over Tor  

Tor is an excellent obfuscation network for web traffic, and while instant messaging over the network is very useful, it can be relatively difficult to configure. In this guide, we'll look at two synchronous communications platforms (instant messengers) which can be routed over the Tor network, Ricochet and XMPP. Ricochet, as described on its website, "uses the Tor network to reach your contacts without relying on messaging servers. It creates a hidden service, which is used to rendezvous with

2017-10-11 16:00:00

How to Make Your Apple Music Account Public or Private in iOS 11  

Apple Music, Apple's answer to Spotify, has many interesting features packed in to make that $9.99/month price tag as attractive as possible. One of those features is geared towards social listeners — those who want to follow other Apple Music users and who want to be followed back. But here's the thing — how do you know if your account is public or private? You might be somebody who doesn't care if the world follows your streaming habits. On the other hand, you might be the kind of person...

2017-10-11 14:00:00

How to: Make Your Own Heart of Te-Fiti & Become Moana for Halloween  

You know Moana's a rock-solid pick for Halloween this year. The question is, how far will you go to become Moana? Are you going to just slap on a cream skirt and a red bandeau? Or do you want to go all out and end up with the finished product from gladzykei's tutorial: Already on YouTube in 2017, what might as well be the Moana live-action remake. If you really love Moana, you owe it to her to really rock this costume out. She's descended from a long line of nomads who launch their ships in se

2017-10-11 13:00:00

TIDAL 101: How to Cast Music to Your Google Home or Chromecast  

With so many Chromecast-powered devices available, chances are, you're near something with casting abilities right now. Whether it's Android TV, Google Home, or any one of the various gadgets with Chromecast built-in, you can use a more powerful speaker to play media from your smartphone. The only caveat is that the app you're streaming from needs to support Google Cast, but thankfully, Tidal does. Tidal's built-in Chromecast functionality lets the app send high quality audio and video to a Go

2017-10-11 12:00:00

Brief Reality: Mobile AR Apps Help Save Rhinos (& Sell Stuff)  

Mobile apps themselves are not always the end product or service for generating revenue. More often, they are deployed as tactics within a larger marketing or public relations strategy. For product manufacturers, apps can be used to sell anything from drinks and chips (by way of a giveaway promotion) or to casino equipment and rugs. For conservationists, apps can be employed to help raise awareness of endangered or threatened species. With the growing popularity of augmented reality, marketin

2017-10-10 21:00:00

Updates to Upskill's Skylight Productivity Platform Make Building AR Apps Easy  

Augmented reality software maker Upskill has released the latest version of their Skylight platform, adding a number of new tools to ease implementation and improve functionality for enterprises, including a new application builder. Paired with AR smart glasses from Google or Vuzix, Skylight provides users with hands-free guidance and knowledge base to assist in performing various work tasks. It also provides remote assistance, allowing users to share their view with subject matter experts via

2017-10-10 19:00:00

TIDAL 101: How to Create & Edit Playlists  

Playlists are a vital feature for any music streaming service. For many, the ability to add and organize songs into the perfect order is a deciding factor in which streaming service to choose. The folks at Tidal (including owner Jay-Z) certainly recognize this, as they've provided users with the tools to not only create perfect playlists, but edit them as well. Well-crafted playlists provide you with a collection of songs tailored for how you may feel at a given moment. Whether you are working

2017-10-10 18:00:00

DAQRI Focused on Growth as It Promotes Former Qualcomm Exec to CEO  

Augmented reality headset maker DAQRI today named chief product officer Roy Ashok as the company's new chief executive officer to accelerate the company's growth. Stepping aside as CEO, company founder Brian Mullins will continue to serve in an advisory capacity and as a member of the company's board of directors. "Brian Mullins has built DAQRI from an idea to an augmented reality leader with innovative products that are transforming everything from workplaces to the automotive industry. We'r

2017-10-10 17:00:00

Null Byte & Null Space Labs Present: Wi-Fi Hacking, MITM Attacks, & the USB Rubber Ducky  

Null Byte users have often requested video content, but the question has always been what format would best serve our community. This week, we partnered with Null Space Labs, a hackerspace in Los Angeles, to test the waters by hosting a series of talks on ethical hacking for students in Pasadena Computer Science Club. We invited students and Null Byte writers to deliver talks on Wi-Fi hacking, MITM attacks, and rogue devices like the USB Rubber Ducky. Pasadena CS Students attend Null Byte and N

2017-10-10 16:00:00

How to Turn Your Raspberry Pi into a Wireless Hotspot  

When hacking into a network during a penetration test, it can sometimes be useful to create your own wireless AP simply by plugging a Pi into an available Ethernet port. With this setup, you have your own backdoor wireless connection to the network in a matter of seconds. Creating an AP is also helpful while traveling, or needing to share a connection with a group of people. There are many reasons you might want to turn your Raspberry Pi into a hotspot. A simple use case is having your own che

2017-10-10 14:00:00

TIDAL 101: How to Download Albums & Playlists for Offline Playback  

When it comes to Hi-Fi music streaming services, Jay-Z's Tidal is one of your only choices. But as you can imagine, true High Fidelity audio requires faster download speeds than your average music service. So the question becomes, how do you listen to Hi-Fi tracks on Tidal when a speedy internet connection isn't available? Offline music is the answer. Tidal gives you the ability to listen to music without using even a byte of your data. When you're in an area with stable internet, you can down

2017-10-10 12:00:00

How to Use Pupy, a Linux Remote Access Tool  

In one of my previous articles, I discussed ShinoBot, a remote administration tool that makes itself obvious. The goal is to see if the user could detect a remote administration tool or RAT on their system. In this article, I'll be demonstrating the use of Pupy, an actual RAT, on a target Ubuntu 16.04 server. A RAT is a program that allows the remote control and administration of a computer, either for technical support or more nefarious goals. I've been a fan of RATs since I was first introdu

2017-10-10 00:00:00

Magic Leap Will Display Mixed Reality Comics at Launch (Whenever That Happens)  

We may not know what Magic Leap's product looks like. And we haven't received even a "save the date" for its launch. But we know that it will display mixed reality comics from Madefire when whatever it is arrives. Announced as part of the Future of Comics in New Realities panel at New York Comic-Con this past weekend, Madefire will adapt its Motion Book format to a mixed reality experience exclusively for Magic Leap. Video: . For the uninitiated, Madefire's immersive storytelling format enable

2017-10-09 20:00:00

How to Catch a Ride with Lyft or Uber Straight from Apple Maps in iOS 11  

There's no denying the impact ride sharing apps like Uber and Lyft have made on our lives. With fares that undercut traditional yellow cabs, combined with the fact that your ride is just a tap away, these services have become the primary mode of transportation for many folks in urban areas. Thanks to iOS 11, booking an Uber or Lyft has just become a lot more convenient. iOS 11 now lets you hail either Uber or Lyft from within Apple Maps itself, saving you the extra step of having to open eithe

2017-10-09 12:00:00

How to Access the Notes App Directly from the Lock Screen in iOS 11  

All to often, many of us are struck with a brilliant idea out of nowhere, only to forget about it moments later thanks to the distractions of daily life. Sometimes, the actual process of jotting these ideas down in our iPhones can be a holdup, as the idea we want to record fades from memory before we can even unlock our devices and open Notes to get started. Fortunately, Apple has come up with a simple solution that should help put an end to this issue — with the arrival of iOS 11, you can n...

2017-10-09 10:00:00

OnePlus 5 — the Best Gaming Phone of 2017  

You have a lot of choices when it comes to your next smartphone. iPhone, Galaxy, Pixel, G6, V20, and many more all vie for your wallet. Each of these phones are great for different purposes, but what if your main interest is mobile gaming? Which phone will give you the longest Minecraft session, or the best performance for Pixel Gun 3D? We were wondering that, too. So we crunched the numbers and did some testing. With all the specs considered, and hours of games played, we found the best four

2017-10-08 18:00:00

Print Out These Emoji Cutouts for the Easiest Halloween Costume Ever  

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2017-10-08 14:00:00

Where Is the Free App of the Week in iOS 11?  

The Free App of the Week is as cool as it sounds. Apple features one app every week on the front page of its App Store that comes completely free. Once you download it, you have access to all future updates, just like you would if you purchased the app in full. Sounds great right? There's just one problem — it's missing. With the release of iOS 11, Apple revamped the App Store. Its goal was to make navigation of the store much easier and more coherent, and, in many cases, they succeeded. How...

2017-10-08 10:00:00

Get the Pixel 2's 'Now Playing' Feature On Any Android  

Have you ever been listening to the radio and a song comes on that you can't identify? But you're driving, so you can't open your phone and use your favorite app to find the song's name. Well, with a feature called "Now Playing" in the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google has solved this problem. With this feature, the new Pixels will automatically identify the name of songs whenever music is playing around you. The song name shows up on your lock screen, and with a quick tap, you can learn more

2017-10-07 16:00:00

PSA: You Can Upgrade Your iPhone at the Apple Store if You Financed Through AT&T, Sprint, or Verizon  

With four major carriers, buying an iPhone X or iPhone 8 can be more complicated than you'd think. While Apple has its own iPhone upgrade program, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile all have versions of their own. Which plan you choose depends on your needs and, of course, your carrier. However, getting around to upgrading can be challenging to say the least. With so many carriers, things get confusing fast. If you walk into an Apple Store to upgrade your carrier-locked iPhone, you may be tur

2017-10-07 14:00:00

Pixel 2 XL vs. iPhone X: Comparing Apple & Google's True Flagship Phones  

When it comes to technology, there are no bigger names than Google and Apple. They're the two most valuable companies in the world, and they've swapped places a few times over the last year, so they're truly neck-and-neck. But let's put business aside for a moment — which of these companies makes the better flagship phone? Apple unveiled its new iPhone X a few weeks back, then Google followed up by debuting it's new Pixel 2 XL this week. In a classic case of one-upmanship, Apple was first to...

2017-10-07 12:00:00

HoloLens Dev 101: Building a Dynamic User Interface for the HoloLens, Part 6 (Delegates & Events)  

In this chapter, we want to start seeing some real progress in our dynamic user interface. To do that, we will have our newly crafted toolset from the previous chapter appear where we are looking when we are looking at an object. To accomplish this we will be using a very useful part of the C# language: delegates and events. First, before we get into the core of the lesson, we need to create a class for our TransformUITool. This code will be responsible for handling the position, rotation, and

2017-10-06 20:00:00

Market Reality: Level Ex Closes $11 Million in Financing, While Gaze Coin Seeks $12 Million through ICO  

According to Digi-Capital, investors poured $1.8 billion into augmented and virtual reality companies over the last 12 months, including $300 million in the third quarter. These investments are not made without a means to monetize products and services. One way AR/VR earns revenue by asking customers to pay for the content directly. One company has raised funding to sell these AR/VR apps to medical professionals. Otherwise, companies can monetize AR/VR is through advertising, and one company

2017-10-06 18:00:00

Ranked: The 4 Best Phones for Gaming  

Mobile gaming used to mean Game Boy, PSP, Nintendo DS — another device to carry around that, usually, couldn't replicate the experience of a home console. Well, those days are over. High-quality, powerful games are now available on the phone you already have in your pocket. Whether you have an iPhone or an Android device, or a Samsung or Google phone, you probably have a gaming machine on hand. But what if you're in the market for a gaming phone? Which phones are specifically best for those ...

2017-10-06 16:00:00

How to Use Portrait Lighting Mode on the iPhone X & iPhone 8 Plus  

Apple introduced Portrait Mode with the iPhone 7 Plus, a feature which utilized the iPhone's dual cameras to create a shallow depth of field around a subject. This effect replicates the look of DSLR cameras, making your photos look more professional. Apple, of course, carries Portrait Mode to the iPhone X and iPhone 8 Plus in iOS 11, however, with it comes a twist — Portrait Lighting. Portrait Lighting analyzes the scene around your subject, allowing you to manipulate the lighting without th...

2017-10-06 14:00:00

iOS 11.1 Is Showing a Home Bar on Some Non-iPhone X Models — Here's the Best Fix  

Did you want an iPhone X, but opted for the iPhone 8 instead? Or, maybe you aren't ready to upgrade from your 7, 6S, 5S, or what-have-you. Did you know iOS 11.1 lets you experience what it would be like if you had upgraded to the iPhone X? Well, in a way. iOS 11.1 beta users are reporting that a bug with Apple's latest beta causes the home bar from the iPhone X to appear on the bottom of their iPhones. And, since the iPhone X isn't even out for preorder yet, it seems safe to say that these use

2017-10-06 12:00:00

Google Continues AR Duel Versus Apple with AR Stickers for Pixel 2  

Clearly, the next big battlefield for tech gamesmanship between Apple and Google will be augmented reality. While the announcement of the new iPhones by Apple may have underwhelmed in the AR department, they did highlight their new ARCore platform and Core ML image recognition system and introduced their animated AR emoji, or Animoji. Google did not have the same AR expectations as Apple for their official unveiling of the next-generation of Pixel smartphones. Nonetheless, they took the oppor

2017-10-05 21:00:00

What the Pixel 2's New IP67 Water-Resistance Rating Really Means  

Not to be outdone by Apple and it's new line of flagship phones, Google has followed suit and finally announced the followup to their highly regarded Pixel line of handsets — the aptly named Pixel 2. Thankfully, the tech giant has also joined in on the trend towards more durable devices, and has engineered both the Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL to have a rating of IP67 under the IEC standard 60529. For those who are unfamiliar, IEC 6059 is a standard that's set by the National Electrical Manufactur...

2017-10-05 18:00:00

Unity Offers AR/VR Training for Developers Through Udacity  

As demand for AR and VR developers continues to increase, particularly with the advent of Apple's ARKit platform, Unity has partnered with online learning company Udacity to help developers sharpen their skills for these jobs. The companies have created two new programs, the newly-launched Learn ARKit and the VR Developer Nanodegree, in which developers can enroll through Udacity. The programs are designed to teach developers to create immersive experiences and learn how Unity works with hardw

2017-10-05 17:00:00

Showdown: Pixel 2 XL vs. iPhone X — Full Spec Comparison  

When it comes to technology, there are no bigger names than Google and Apple. They're the two most valuable companies in the world, and they've swapped places a few times over the last year, so they're truly neck-and-neck. But let's put business aside for a moment — which of these companies makes the better flagship phone? Apple unveiled its new iPhone X a few weeks back, then Google followed up by debuting it's new Pixel 2 XL this week. In a classic case of one-upmanship, Apple was first to...

2017-10-05 16:00:00

Get the Pixel 2's 'Name That Song' Feature (Or Close Enough) On Any Android  

Have you ever been listening to the radio and a song comes on that you can't identify? But you're driving, so you can't open your phone and use your favorite app to find the song's name. Well, with a feature called "Now Playing" in the new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL, Google has solved this problem. With this feature, the new Pixels will automatically identify the name of songs whenever music is playing around you. The song name shows up on your lock screen, and with a quick tap, you can learn more

2017-10-05 14:00:00

Vuzix Previews Smart Glasses Powered by Wearable Computer from Toshiba  

A tethered version of the Vuzix M300 smart glasses, developed to pair with wearable computers from Toshiba Corporation, is expected to be available by the first quarter 2018, if not sooner. Vuzix CEO Paul Travers, a member of the NR50, told Next Reality that they recently delivered the first pre-production units to Toshiba, who has them on display at the CEATEC Japan, an electronics and IT conference. Vuzix disclosed the development agreement with Toshiba subsidiary Toshiba Client Solutions ea

2017-10-04 22:00:00

There's a Neat Nav Bar Animation When You Squeeze the New Pixel 2  

If you looked away for a split-second during Google's Pixel 2 hardware event earlier today, you probably missed a nifty little finishing touch. While demonstrating the new "Active Edge" squeezable frame that launches the Google Assistant, a subtle animation was briefly shown on stage. The navigation buttons at the bottom of the display shrink together for a second when you squeeze the phone. Similar to the long-press home button gesture that activates the Google Assistant on first-generation P

2017-10-04 21:00:00

Avegant Light Field Technology Now Available to AR Display Makers via Development Kits  

Avegant Corporation has begun shipping display development kits based on its light field technology that other companies can use in their augmented and mixed reality devices. The light field displays are capable of multiple focal planes, which give virtual objects a realistic appearance at various distances. For instance, an object placed in a user's immediate vicinity would be displayed in sharper focus than objects meant to be situated in the background. As a result, users can interact with

2017-10-04 20:00:00

3 Ways to Try the Pixel 2's New 'Motion Photos' on Any Android  

Google's new Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL will have a new camera mode called "Motion Photos." As the name implies, it's quite similar to Apple's Live Photos feature or HTC's Zoe before it. For every picture you take, a few seconds of video footage from before and after the shot was taken will be embedded in the file, which gives you two ways to relive that moment. Features like this one are certainly nice, but they're not worth buying a whole new phone over. Thankfully, you don't have to shell out $

2017-10-04 19:00:00

How to Enable or Disable Two-Factor Authentication on Your iPhone in iOS 11  

Two-factor authentication has been around since iOS 10. It's a handy option that adds an extra layer of security to your iPhone and makes its almost impenetrable security even stronger. This feature has remained intact with the arrival of iOS 11, and thanks to the straightforward nature of iOS, is relatively easy to enable. Colloquially known as "two-step verification," this security feature is ideal for people who use multiple devices besides their iPhone or iPad. With two-factor authenticati

2017-10-04 14:00:00

You Can Upgrade Your iPhone at the Apple Store with AT&T Next & Verizon Device Payment Program  

With four major carriers, buying an iPhone X or iPhone 8 can be more complicated than you'd think. While Apple has its own iPhone upgrade program, AT&T, Sprint, Verizon, and T-Mobile all have versions of their own. Which plan you choose depends on your needs and, of course, your carrier. However, getting around to upgrading can be challenging to say the least. With so many carriers, things get confusing fast. If you walk into an Apple Store to upgrade your carrier-locked iPhone, you may be tur

2017-10-04 12:00:00

Windows Mixed Reality Headsets Now Available for Pre-Order  

At their event in San Francisco today, Microsoft announced that they have begun accepting pre-orders for Windows Mixed Reality headsets from Acer, Dell, Lenovo, and HP, with the devices arriving on Oct. 17 along with the Windows 10 Fall Creators Update. In addition, the company revealed a new headset for the platform, the HMD Odyessey from Samsung, which is also available for pre-order now for $499.99 but will not ship until Nov. 10. Samsung HMD Odyssey. Samsung's headset boasts dual AMOLED di

2017-10-03 21:00:00

Kodi 101: How to Get Free Live TV Legally  

When most people first become aware of Kodi (formerly known as XBMC), they hear about its ability to stream illegal content. But the real Kodi community knows that it's much more than just a haven for pirated material — it's an all-in-one media player that addresses the majority of home theater needs, particularly for those that decided to cut the cord. So if you want to stay completely above-board when it comes to streaming media, it's definitely possible. One example of this is live TV. By...

2017-10-03 20:00:00

Brief Reality: View Your Home Before Building & Build Cities in Your Home with These ARKit Apps  

To revise a line from the Blues Brothers, when it comes to ARKit apps, we've got both kinds — home utilities and games. As such, two more candidates for each category have made their way to the app store. In addition, one by one, NFL teams are taking a pass at augmented reality, though the latest example endeavors to engage fans outside of the stadium. Visualize Your New Home with Sight Space Pro While most examples of ARKit apps for the home have come in visualizing interior decor or meas...

2017-10-03 19:00:00

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