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The Unusual Stomach-Survival Mechanisms of Ulcer-Causing Bacteria Could Be Its Achilles Heel  

The story of Helicobacter pylori is a real testament to the tenacity of medical researchers to prove their hypothesis. It took decades before the scientific world would accept that the bacteria H. pylori caused ulcers. Now that we know the bacterial culprit can cause peptic ulcer, gastritis, and even gastric cancer, scientific research has moved forward to discover just how these bacteria have managed to survive in the acid environment of the stomach. And learning more about how it functions h

2017-03-23 02:49:19
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21 Super Mario Run Tips & Tricks That'll Help You Play Like a Boss  

Super Mario Run has been one of the most insidiously addicting iOS games to come out in recent years for iPhone. And now, as of March 22, Android users can get in on the fun, too. You can install Super Mario Run from either the iOS App Store (requires iOS 8 or higher) or Google Play (requires Android 4.2 and up). Even if you choose not to pay $9.99 and stick with the lite version, Mario Run will still provide you with hours of tapping enjoyment. The first three stages are free to play, and the

2017-03-22 13:27:20
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23 Cool New Features Coming in Android O  

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

2017-03-22 12:10:53
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Block YouTube Ads & Enable Background Playback on Your iPhone—No Jailbreak Needed  

YouTube is so famous it needs no introduction, but its mischievous clone, YouTube++, sure does. The latter's been tweaked to include hacks not found in the regular version, including background playback, ad blocking, and the ability to download videos directly onto your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch. YouTube++ is great for parents of young kids. The tweaked app lets them download and store their children's favorite videos for viewing offline. The ad blocker is especially great for toddlers, who

2017-03-22 12:09:51
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Anthrax Outbreak in Tanzania Brings a Dangerous Bioterror Threat Back to the World Stage  

An outbreak of anthrax from contaminated meat in Tanzania sickened dozens of people and moves the danger of this deadly bacteria back into focus. Naturally occurring in animals and the soil, Bacillus anthracis is a rugged bacteria that has a protective outer shell, called a spore, that allows it to withstand conditions that would kill other pathogens. A rod-shaped bacteria, anthrax is found around the world, but outbreaks are currently more prevalent in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia. Know

2017-03-22 10:31:08
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UC Berkeley Team Commands Drone Fleet with HoloLens  

User interfaces for computers have evolved over the years, from the introduction of the keyboard and mouse on the personal computer, to touchscreens on mobile devices, to natural voice recognition. However, the same cannot be said for robots or drones—until now. There are two standard methods for interface for humans with robots today—either a control panel or command line tool. Neither of these methods are as intuitive as touchscreens are for smartphones and tablets. Dr. Allen Yang, exec...

2017-03-22 02:10:26
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Coffee Isn't the Only Thing Brewing in Your Could Be Living in Your Drip Tray  

You just sat down, coffee in hand, and the day is ready to start. Now that you have taken a few sips, let me pose a question: What is living in that coffeemaker of yours? The answer might make you dump that coffee down the drain pronto. Extremophiles are rugged microbial individualists that make their home in extreme environments. Better known for living in otherwise uninhabitable conditions like undersea hydrothermal vents, volcanoes, and solid rock, they may also be in the drip tray of your

2017-03-22 01:14:25
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Indian 'Driverless' Startups Like Swaayatt Are Daring to Navigate the World's Most Dangerous Roads  

In Bhopal, India, a place nestled in between the royally pink city of Jaipur and the dry (i.e., alcohol forbidden) state of Gujarat, is a team of developers determined to make a fully driverless car suitable to the complexities of Indian traffic. An algorithm elaborate enough has yet to be made by any other company, but is the fundamental key to handling the intuitive habits of Indian drivers, the often intense and gridlocked traffic, and the country's vast expanse of jarring roads. The Bhopal

2017-03-21 19:35:09
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Change Your App Store Country to Download Region-Locked Apps & Games on Your iPhone  

Before many games make it to the US version of the iOS App Store, they get "soft launched" in a different country in order to get real-world testing for major bugs. It's a pilot program, so to speak, as countries like New Zealand or the Philippines have significantly fewer iPhone users than the US, thus offer a more controlled environment for developers to get feedback and zero-in on problems that may occur in a game's early development phases. While technically unavailable in the US due to re

2017-03-21 18:28:43
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Google Releases Android O Developer Preview—Here's a Rundown of the New Features  

The first sneak peak of Android O is finally here. The developer preview promises more features, stabilization, and better performance, according to the Android Developers Blog. Furthermore, there's speculation that the latest operating system will be code-named "Android Oreo," so it definitely sounds like we're in for a treat. The preview version of Android O is only available for Nexus and Pixel users at the moment, and it's the very first iteration, so we can expect a few minor bugs. But Go

2017-03-21 15:46:38
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Add a Screen Timeout Tile to Android Nougat's Quick Settings Panel  

A new feature in Android Nougat lets you add your own custom tiles to the Quick Settings panel. This menu, which can be accessed by swiping down from the top of any screen, lets you quickly adjust settings and toggle system features on and off. So now that it's been opened up for third-party development, we're starting to see all sorts of cool and useful tiles roll in. In this vein, a new app from developer moraleja39 takes advantage of Nougat's new Quick Settings API to give you an easy way t

2017-03-21 12:01:15
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How Gut Bacteria Can Make Chemo More Effective  

We can add one more health effect of our gut bacteria to the growing list. Researchers from the UK have just reported that the gut microbiota plays a role, both directly and indirectly, on the toxicity and efficacy of chemotherapy. Their findings are published online in the journal Nature Reviews Gastroenterology & Hepatology. It's a complicated process, involving players from the absorption, metabolism, and immunity realms, but one that may eventually be exploited for the benefit of cancer p

2017-03-21 09:27:02
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2 Exciting New Features Coming in Apple's Clips App for iOS  

Apple has yet to create a successful social networking app, but that doesn't mean they want to be left out of the social video conversation. Case in point: Today they announced a new video app set to debut for iOS in April called Clips. Clips is separate from the core Camera app on an iPhone or iPad, but it isn't quite a social networking app either. It's somewhere in between the two. Ostensibly, the purpose of the app is to shoot and edit photos and videos that can then be uploaded to social

2017-03-21 08:28:26
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How to Install Kodi on Your iPhone Without Jailbreaking  

Kodi, formerly known as XBMC, is one of the most versatile media players available. With it, you can play virtually any internet and media file in a large variety of formats, and it can be used on practically every single operating system out there, including iOS 10. Kodi, an open-source software, was originally designed to connect to your TV so you could control your media from up to ten feet away, and the core functionality still shines today. All of this is what makes Kodi so popular today,

2017-03-21 07:03:33
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How to Install Android O on Your Pixel or Nexus Right Now  

Android O has finally arrived—well, it's technically a beta version, but that isn't stopping Android enthusiasts from going crazy about it. The first Developer Preview was released earlier today and is available right now to install on Nexus and Pixel devices. While Android O doesn't have an official name or Android number yet (we're betting on "Android Oreo"), Google has released a feature list and a blog post explaining almost all of the new changes and features. It only takes a few minute...

2017-03-21 03:55:18
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'Vampire' Bacteria May Lead Fight Against Antibiotic Resistance  

New weapons are needed to combat antibiotic-resistant bacteria. Instead of drugs, scientists have discovered in an animal study that they may be able to harness vampire bacteria to vanquish pneumonia. Microbes, good and bad, predate and outnumber us. Humans will never "win" a war on microbes. While the discovery of penicillin ushered in an antibiotic age in which humans had the upper hand, that upper hand hasn't lasted. Bacteria multiply so quickly they've evolved so that drugs we use are no l

2017-03-21 03:03:32
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Apple Built Its Augmented Reality Group with Outsiders from Oculus & Microsoft  

Apple is combining internal and external talent in an effort to give them in edge in the augmented reality market, though we still don't know what form their foray into alternative realities will actually take. Rumors have been spreading for years about Apple's interest in augmented technology, mostly fueled by CEO Tim Cook's constant comments on the idea. All these comments, though, haven't actually said much about what Apple is actually going to be creating in the arena. There may be some hi

2017-03-20 19:20:57
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See Who's Using Your Wi-Fi & Boot Them Off with Your Android  

Let's say you gave your Wi-Fi password to your neighbor a while back, under the assumption that they'd only use it while they were at your house sharing stuff via Chromecast. But now, your connection is slower than it normally should be, and you have this sneaking suspicion that the dude in apartment 3C is flat-out piggybacking off of your home network. Wouldn't it be great if you could easily see exactly who is connected to your Wi-Fi network, then selectively kick devices off of your router

2017-03-20 10:42:14
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PSA: Use the PlayStation App for iPhone or Android to Get Free Games Every Month  

Sony offers a set of free games to its PlayStation Plus subscribers every month, but it's easy to miss out if you're not constantly around your console. Perhaps you're traveling, or maybe you've stayed up one too many nights playing Uncharted, leading to a period of PlayStation detox. No matter what the case is, the good news is that you can use the PlayStation app for Android or iOS to claim these monthly free games without getting up from your seat. Every first Tuesday of the month (or the 5

2017-03-20 10:21:21
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Exotic Diseases Spreading to Europe as Ticks & Mosquitoes Expand Their Habitats  

The beauty of southern Europe won't protect it from invasions of disease-carrying ticks and mosquitoes—in fact, the Mediterranean climate and landscape may be part of the reason the bloodsuckers are expanding there, bringing unique and terrifying diseases in their wake. Arthropods, like ticks and mosquitoes, carry viruses that they spread to humans when they feed on them. Emerging arboviruses—the viruses carried by arthropods—belonging to the families Flaviviridae, Bunyaviridae, and Toga...

2017-03-20 09:32:35
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You Can Now Save Your Live Instagram Videos  

Starting today, you'll have the opportunity to save all your live Instagram videos to your phone at the end of each broadcast session. The latest update to the Instagram app now allows you to rewatch already-played broadcasts and gives you the ability to share them later on. The live video-streaming feature launched last year, but never gave users the ability to save broadcasts after they wrapped. Now, live videos can be saved by tapping "Save" in the upper-right corner when your broadcast end

2017-03-20 08:41:24
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Hong Kong Butcher in Critical Condition with Rare Strep Brain Infection Caused by Pork  

The culprit probably wasn't what doctors were expecting when a 57-year-old man in Hong Kong came to the hospital. The patient was admitted to the intensive care unit in critical condition. A clue to the cause of the infection would lie in the man's profession—he was a butcher. From his clinical signs of fever, headache, vomiting, and dizziness, they suspected meningitis, an infection of the meninges, the tissues that cover the brain. Maybe they thought the infection was caused by Streptococc...

2017-03-20 07:35:02
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How to Sideload Flashable ZIPs on Android with TWRP  

If you're one who likes to tinker with Android, TWRP is the first thing you should install. It replaces your phone's stock recovery mode interface and adds over a dozen advanced features to your device—most notably, the ability to flash ZIPs that can modify practically every aspect of your operating system. It's certainly one of the most powerful tools available for Android, and there's simply nothing capable of replacing it. One of the more useful features in TWRP is the ability to sideload...

2017-03-20 05:04:12
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Install Mini DayZ on Your iPhone & Play It Now Before Its US Release  

DayZ is a first-person shooter game for Windows that places you in a vast post-apocalyptic world filled with zombies and other players that are all out to get you. Famous for its realism, DayZ has garnered a cult following and influenced many subsequent games in the genre. But now, Bohemia Interactive, the brains behind DayZ, has developed a mobile-friendly version of the game for iPhone and iPad, aptly named Mini DayZ. Mini DayZ comes with a ton features that will definitely keep you busy. Wit

2017-03-19 16:23:34
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21 Super Mario Run Tips & Tricks That'll Help You Play Like a Boss  

Super Mario Run has been one of the most insidiously addicting games to come out for iOS in recent years. Even if you choose not to pay $9.99 and stick with the lite version, Mario Run will still provide you with hours of tapping enjoyment. The first three stages are free to play, and they get more challenging as Mario and friends race to collect challenge coins. As you progress and get more skilled in pulling off any one of the many jump combinations, it gets harder and harder to resist the t

2017-03-19 15:52:14
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Roundup: The 5 Best Capacitive Gloves for Using Your Smartphone in the Cold  

For some of us, winter puts the brakes on apps like Pokemon GO since smartphone screens usually only respond to bare fingers. Nobody wants to be that guy who caught frostbite chasing a Sneasel. When you use normal gloves, the display's sensor simple doesn't activate, so that doesn't help any. Fortunately, several options for touchscreen-friendly capacitive gloves are on the market to help you through this last blast of winter. Not only will capacitive gloves help you catch more Pokemon out i...

2017-03-19 12:37:18
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Pizza Rolls Are a Better Use of Your Freezer's Built-in Ice Dispenser  

I bet you've never put much thought into the water and ice dispensers that comes preinstalled in a lot of modern refrigerators and freezers. For chilled water or perfectly formed ice cubes, all you need to do is push the button and wait, right? Right, but have you ever considered what else you could put into the ice chamber to be dispersed on command? One Imgur user took his need for nighttime snacks to the next level by having his fridge dispense pizza rolls instead of ice. This is the perfec

2017-03-19 11:44:02
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How to Buy Used Phones Without Getting Screwed  

I've seen my fair share of heartbreaks when it comes to used phones. As a repair tech, I often had to try and help out customers who bought used handsets which turned out to be useless, either because it was stolen or not working on their carrier's network. More often than not, there was very little I could do. To help you from being stuck in the same situation, here are some tips to prevent you from getting scammed out of your hard earned money when buying a used handset. Don't Miss: Selling

2017-03-19 08:04:31
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Yellow Fever Outbreak Rears Its Ugly Head in Brazilian Cities, Killing Dozens  

Yellow fever has emerged again in Brazil, causing death and disease to people unprepared for this mosquito-borne illness. In recent years, successive waves of mosquito-vectored diseases have gained attention and caused misery throughout the Americas. Dengue, West Nile, Zika, and yellow fever are arborviruses, diseases spread by ticks, mosquitoes, or other arthropods, like biting flies. All of these belong to the Flavivirus family of pathogens. Yellow fever is a particularly aggressive virus.

2017-03-19 04:26:14
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Install Modded & Unofficial Apps on Your iPhone by Sideloading with Cydia Impactor  

Jailbreaking gives iPhone users almost unfettered access to their devices, offering a slew of customizations, new features, and improved apps that you just can't get elsewise. Unfortunately, Apple has clamped down hard on the latest iterations of iOS, making jailbreaking extremely unstable at best. Hope is not lost, however, as there's still a way to install modded and unofficial apps on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch without any jailbreak. Created in 2013 by Jay Freeman, better known as Sau

2017-03-18 13:53:40
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Concept Video Shows Just How Impressive Pokémon Battles Can Be on the HoloLens  

Regular HoloLens developer and YouTuber Sky Zhou, a founding member of mixed reality studio Matrix Inception, has done it again. With an Xbox One controller in hand, watch as he makes these Pokemon battle it out Super Smash Brothers-style in his HoloLens app. Video: . I asked Zhou if he's going to release the game code, and he said, "I am not ready to release for GitHub yet, but maybe I can do some DIY videos." Since the release of this demo video, they have yet to materialize, but here's hopi...

2017-03-18 13:15:15
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Bacteria in Infants' Guts—& Their Antibiotic Use—Could Be Making Kids Chubbier  

Overweight kids often become overweight adults. New research suggests a couple reasons why and suggested that there may be ways to intercept that fate. The research was published online in the journal Microbiome by a team from the University of Helsinki, Helsinki University Central Hospital, and Radboud University Nijmegen. They compared the gut bacterial microbiome present in three-month-old infants with their body mass later as kids of five to six years old—and looked to see if whether ant...

2017-03-18 10:31:09
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Meet SALTO, UC Berkeley's Bushbaby-Inspired Robot with Insane Leaping Skills  

It's odd to see grown humans attempting to bounce off walls doing parkour. It's another thing altogether to see a robot doing it. University of California Berkeley's Biomimetic Millisystems Lab has created the world's most vertically agile robot—capable of jumping to unimaginable heights. Meet SALTO, the Saltatorial Locomotion Terrain Obstacle that can jump up to 1 meter high from stand still, and do it faster than any other robot out there. Video: . The engineers behind SALTO drew inspirati...

2017-03-18 07:07:03
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How to Rip Original PlayStation Games to Play on Your Android with a DualShock Controller  

The '90s were a great decade to be alive. Before the internet became a high-availability service, we were untethered from the bombardment of media present in today's culture. Children ran through the streets with levels of physical exertion beyond what's required to capture fictional creatures found in Pokemon GO. However, there were some video game consoles that kept kids indoors, such as the Game Boy, SNES, and more importantly—the first ever PlayStation. Today, we don't have to pull out ...

2017-03-18 03:30:55
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Replace Your Android Browser with This Enhanced Version of CyanogenMod Gello  

No matter which smartphone you buy, it will come with an internet browser preinstalled. Depending on your OEM, the default browser might be called Samsung Internet, HTC Internet, Silk Browser by Amazon, ASUS Browser, or Google Chrome—there's just so many stock browsers available. There are also plenty of alternative browsers—Opera, Firefox, Dolphin—the list just goes on and on, and it can get very confusing with such a variety of choices. Fortunately, CyanogenMod developed Gello, a brows...

2017-03-18 02:50:48
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Google's New Patent Suggests Phone Packaging That Doubles as a VR Headset  

Google has produced millions of low-end Cardboard VR headsets, but now it's upping its game with virtual reality phone packaging. Yep, you heard that right. A patent application published in February would suggest that the tech giant has developed phone packaging that doubles as a VR headset. Despite its low-end quality being made of cardboard, it would still give people the opportunity to experience VR by popping their phone into its packaging. There's no word yet on exactly which phone would

2017-03-17 20:03:16
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PSA: TrueCaller Is Sharing Your Phone Activity  

TrueCaller is sharing your phone activity by revealing the last time your phone was used to contacts. The application used to identify unknown callers launched in 2009 and has faced a wealth of privacy concerns before. In addition to making your contacts public, TrueCaller now has another insidious feature at play. If a user installs the app and allows it to sync their contacts, their "Last Seen" time is visible in the application. But it's not the last time you used the app itself like WhatsA

2017-03-17 13:24:08
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Apple Granted Patent to Make Augmented Reality Maps—Hinting at a Cool, Futuristic Version of Our Well-Worn Maps App  

Apple recently scored a patent (number 9,488,488) to create augmented reality maps, hinting at possible AR integration into the iOS Maps application for iPhone. Does this mean we'll be seeing super visionary projections of places in the app in the near future? Maybe. Apple files and receives patents by the US Patent and Trademark Office all the time. For instance, Apple was granted a patent to create a vaporizer in January. The application described it as a "chamber body" that takes in an uni

2017-03-17 09:45:31
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Watch Your Flock, Salmonella Outbreaks from Backyard Birds Are at an All Time High  

You can get eggs and high-quality compost from backyard chickens—but you can also get Salmonella. Urban dwellers are increasingly taking a page from rural communities by keeping backyard chickens. Part of a grassroots sustainability movement, more people are discovering the benefits of keeping a few chickens for a variety of reasons, including having a better idea of where their food is coming from. Fresh eggs, insect control, and sending food scraps out to the chickens are just a few of the...

2017-03-17 07:16:36
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iPhone Users Can Finally Pick a New Frame for Their Live Photos (Thanks to Google)  

Thanks to Google's latest update to its iPhone app Motion Stills, iPhone users can now pick a new frame for Live Photos. This app, as we've said before, fixes everything annoying about Apple's Live Photos, and this is just another great feature to add to the list. Motion Stills turns the iPhone's Live Photos into GIFs and videos that can be easily shared outside of the iOS ecosystem. But the latest update fixes the common problem with the canonical "main" frame selected automatically by Apple'

2017-03-17 06:49:19
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More Than 1,000 Sickened by Cholera Outbreak in Mozambique  

Cholera is rapidly spreading in Mozambique, with a reported 1,200 people infected. Since the outset of 2017, cholera has spread from the capital city of Maputo (pictured above) to three of its ten provinces. Health officials report other areas in the country are seeing case counts rise, and two deaths have been logged so far. What Kind of Bug Is Cholera? In modern times, cholera is believed responsible for a wave of seven pandemics that have killed millions of people in India, Europe, North A

2017-03-17 06:01:38
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Spotify Considers Restricting Big Album Releases to Paying Users Only  

All you paying Spotify users are about to get another exclusive privilege besides getting out of all those annoying "Ever wonder what it would be like to have Spotify premium?" ads. The Sweden-based company is looking to lower the royalty fees they have to pay to major record labels for their music, by compromising on their policy that all their music be free to paying and nonpaying users. Spotify would for a limited time restrict access on major album releases to their paying subscribers. The

2017-03-17 05:19:55
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Hands-On with Osterhout Design Group's R-8 & R-9 Smartglasses  

I had the opportunity to speak with the COO of Osterhout Design Group, Pete Jameson, shortly before the announcement of the company's R-8 and R-9 smartglasses models at CES in January. And while I sadly could not make it to CES to test the smart specs out right away, ODG invited me to do just that while I was in San Francisco for the Game Developers Conference. ODG has had a good deal of success in recent months with a Series A funding round reaching $58 million. This success showed. Both the

2017-03-17 03:56:10
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Hide All Traces of Your Apps & Pictures on Android  

Unlike some of the popular app lockers out there, a new app called PrivateMe completely erases apps, files, and their associated footprints from your smartphone. Think of PrivateMe as a micro-OS within your smartphone's system. This miniature ecosystem can operate copied apps independently, thus giving it an unprecedented layer of privacy and freedom within your handset. App lockers can also arouse suspicion, and may make your significant other wonder why you'd need to require a PIN for your g

2017-03-17 03:22:07
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Indian Startups Like Swaayatt Are Taking AVs into Their Own Hands to Navigate the Country's Notorious Traffic  

In Bhopal, India, a place nestled in between the royally pink city of Jaipur and the dry (i.e., alcohol forbidden) state of Gujarat, is a team of developers determined to make a fully driverless car suitable to the complexities of Indian traffic. An algorithm elaborate enough has yet to be made by any other company, but is the fundamental key to handling the intuitive habits of Indian drivers, the often intense and gridlocked traffic, and the country's vast expanse of jarring roads. The Bhopal

2017-03-16 19:21:53
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WhatsApp Stops Trying to Be Like Everyone Else & Brings Back Its Text-Based Status Option  

In February, the popular Facebook-owned WhatsApp Messenger service jumped on the "stories" bandwagon and replaced their in-app, text-based "About Me" status (you know, those lovely little messages where you can say "Sleeping" or "Not Sleeping" under the tiny nub of your profile picture). Taking its place was a clone of Snapchat's Stories feature, continuing the social media giant's recent trend of shamelessly copying Snapchat. WhatsApp's text-based status feature was a delight to read for user

2017-03-16 16:52:07
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We Finally Figured Out How Tardigrade Can Survive in Space  

Call them what you will—moss piglets, water bears, or by their real name, tardigrade—but these intriguing tiny creatures can come back from the brink of death. They can survive boiling, deep freezing, UV radiation, completely drying out, and even a trip to space—without the benefit of being in a spacecraft. Tardigrades are microscopic animals, about 1 mm long, that live just about everywhere on this planet. Water species live in fresh or saltwater, and terrestrial species live in the dam...

2017-03-16 10:38:49
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Finally! A Way Homeowners Can Control Ticks That Spread Lyme Disease  

With a predicated increase in the number of Lyme disease cases in the coming spring season, new research endorses the use of bait boxes to control ticks on the rodents that serve as their hosts. With cases spread across the country from coast to coast, Lyme disease is particularly prevalent in the Upper Midwest and the Northeast. As scientists discuss climate warming and the spread of mice that infect ticks, homeowners are left in the lurch wondering how to protect themselves and their familie

2017-03-16 07:31:49
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DIY Repair: How to Fix Your Broken Smartphone Like a Pro  

In my days as a hardware tech, I often came across motivated do-it-yourselfers who watched a video or two on how to repair a phone and thought that they'd give it a go. More often than not, they failed miserably and damaged their phones (and wallets) even more in the process. To make sure that doesn't happen to you, I'll be looking back in time to when I was new to repairing smartphones, and I will share some tips and habits that I have developed along the way to help ensure successful repairs

2017-03-16 07:17:48
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Deal Alert: Get a Free Season of Game of Thrones from Google Play—Right Now!  

The Google Play Store is known for some pretty random promotions and offers, most of the time it's a free book or a discounted movie. But this time, an entire season for Game of Thrones is up for grabs. Yes, that's right, all of Season 5 of Game of Thrones is free to download, watch, or just stash in your library for later. SirVeza on Reddit noticed this incredible deal and shared with the community. The only requirement to download this season is having a Google account, which is free to regi

2017-03-16 05:35:18
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Linux Kernel Exploits Aren't Really an Android Problem  

It seems like a new, dangerous Android exploit is uncovered every month or two. The latest headliners are NightMonkey and Chronos from the list of CIA hacks reported by Wikileaks, which have been billed as gaping security holes in the world's biggest mobile operating system. The thing is, to the average user, these exploits are generally more helpful than harmful. So why do news sites report them with such a doom-and-gloom tone? Well, a balanced perspective is nice, but fear gets clicks. Tech

2017-03-16 05:21:38
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Your Pet's Bowl Is One of the Dirtiest Things in Your Home—Collecting Yeast, Mold & Bacteria  

According to the National Safety Federation (NSF), pet bowls and toys carry coliform bacteria, including Staph bacteria, yeast, and mold. Additionally, an (unscientific) survey from Petco found that almost one-third of pet owners do not know the extent of contamination that their pet toys contain. One out of five owners said in Petco's survey that they wait a month to clean their pet's dishes—which is, frankly, gross. Pet bowls rank fourth on NSF's top ten dirtiest items in the home, and num...

2017-03-16 04:55:49
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HoloLens App Muralize Combines Art & Technology—From an All-Female Developer Team  

One thing you'll find a lot of in the Windows Store for HoloLens is demos and mockups, but very few projects are as fully realized and fully-functioning as Muralize. Created by Magnopus, an all-female development team, Muralize first appeared in the Windows Store in late-November of 2016, and makes it easy and fun to create real-life murals using a HoloLens. Personally, this app makes perfect sense. I can remember in high school using a projector to paint R.E.M.'s Murmur album cover for an art

2017-03-16 02:14:47
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Order for iPhone 8's 3D Touch Sensors & AMOLED Panels Suggest Higher Price & No Launch in September  

The infamous iPhone 8, or iPhone Edition, may take longer than the anticipated September release date due to manufacturing complications of the 3D Touch modules equipped with AMOLED panels. According to Digitimes, TPK Holding, the Taiwanese touch panel makers, will only start suppling film-based touch sensors at the end of the year, which could mean Apple might not be able to launch the new iPhone in September like they usually do. Not only will this make the much-awaited iPhone take much lon

2017-03-15 19:04:28
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DAQRI Hires Xbox Creator to Accelerate AR Development  

Augmented reality upstart DAQRI announced today that it has strengthened their in-house talent by recruiting renowned physicist Seamus Blackley and acquiring a team of 15 engineers and scientists from Heat Engine, LLC. Blackley, best known for leading development of Microsoft's original Xbox console, and his team, will work on research and production of DAQRI's software-defined light (SDL) technology. Seamus and his team are some of the brightest scientists in the field. We were excited to br

2017-03-15 17:36:33
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How to Fix Titanium Backup & Substratum Problems Caused by the Latest Google Play Services Update  

The latest Google Play Services update has somehow broken major functionality in both Titanium Backup and Substratum. Titanium Backup has suddenly become stuck at zero percent while restoring, and Substratum simply fails to apply themes anymore. Both of these apps do require root, but they've slowly become essential to rooted users, especially since apps like these come into play when you're deciding what your next phone should be. Titanium is practically the Swiss Army knife of application ma

2017-03-15 15:39:10
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Fake Keys Left a Woman Homeless & Out Hundreds—Even Though Her Craigslist Scammer Had a Change of Heart  

It was a cold January evening when 57-year-old Fran Orientale stood outside the door of a Staten Island apartment that would soon be her new home. She couldn't believe she was really moving out of the place she had lived for the last 15 years, where she had raised her children and made so many happy memories, but her excitement about this new spot—a well-maintained condo in a nice area that she had found through Craigslist—helped soften her wistfulness. She'd already paid her security depo...

2017-03-15 09:56:36
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Get Motorola's Lighter, Faster Gallery App on Any Android Device  

Ever since QuickPic was sold to a known adware company, there's been a glaring need for lightweight and fast third-party gallery apps on Android. For the folks that don't want to use Google Photos and other cloud-based solutions, a gallery app that loads your locally-stored pictures quickly without taking up much storage space is the best possible fit. Recognizing that there was a big void to fill, developer TigerCourage stepped in and ported Motorola's latest gallery app to work on almost all

2017-03-15 05:44:39
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New Nexus 6 Update Downgrades Your Android Version Back to 7.0  

Google has done it again—they've pushed another broken OTA update for the Nexus 6. Except this time, it almost completely softbricks your Nexus 6 instead of just screwing up Android Pay and SafetyNet. Apps are force-stopping left and right, making the phone practically unusable. You might be wondering how a giant company like Google could do this to a phone that's barely over two years old. The reason why the Nexus 6, a decent phone in all aspects, is now causing headaches and migraines, is ...

2017-03-15 05:29:37
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How Different Driverless Sensors See & Navigate the Road  

The technology driving the automated vehicle revolution relies on the car's ability to see and understand the world around it. Sensors act as the eyes and ears of the vehicle and collect the necessary information. There are several different ways in which different companies are making this happen. Some use visual information, like cameras, while others use radar and light detection to see and analyze the world. Here's a quick overview of all the ways that driverless cars can see the world. C

2017-03-15 03:17:58
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How to Fix 'Wrong PIN' Errors After Restoring a NANDroid Backup  

Making a NANDroid backup can save you from all sorts of flashing-related mishaps and accidents. Bootloops, SystemUI crashes, accidental wipes, bad ZIPs, or a dozen other possibilities—there's almost no condition in which a NANDroid is unable to correct problems with your device. However, recent changes to Android have created an almost paradoxical situation where restoring a NANDroid can actually lock you out of your phone. As a result of recent changes to Android, the process of restoring a...

2017-03-15 03:07:58
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Lock Down Bluetooth, Force HTTPS & Adjust Other Options to Secure Your Android Device  

Android has several features built into the platform that improve user experience but require extra attention to prevent a security breach. By modifying these settings, you can drastically reduce the possibility of someone exploiting your device or intercepting information. Based on surveys conducted by the Pew Research Center in November 2016, an impressive 77% of US adults own smartphones. Beyond the States, it's assumed that somewhere close to two billion people use these devices across the

2017-03-15 01:12:51
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Waze & Spotify Team Up for Easy Access to Music While You Drive  

Good news for those of us who are both directionally impaired and like to hold our own concerts while driving: Waze and Spotify are teaming up to make your drive easy to navigate with a sweet soundtrack. The new Waze and Spotify update gives you the option of getting directions and choosing a playlist without having to switch between apps. While using the Spotify app, users can start a journey on Waze. Likewise, while in the Waze app, users can pause and change Spotify tracks. It seems like a

2017-03-14 20:08:38
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Sephora's ModiFace-Powered AR App Gives Users Even More Makeup Combinations & Hands-on Tutorials  

Listen up ladies, there's no need to go to Sephora and model a hundred different shades of lipstick anymore. Now with Virtual Artist, Sephora's award-winning app, for iOS and Android, you can virtually test thousands of shades of single and palette eyeshadows, lip colors, and even false eyelash styles from their new augmented reality-based feature. Prior to the app's expansion, users could try on an assortment of lip colors and false eyelashes, but Sephora goes a step further—adding a pletho...

2017-03-14 18:30:54
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Environmental Groups in Australia Release Virus to Control Rabbit Population  

Rabbits have been a persistent problem in Australia for over 150 years. Now the Peel Harvey Catchment Council (PHCC) and Peel-Harvey Biosecurity Group have released a strain of the rabbit haemorrhagic disease virus (RHDV), called RHDV1 K5, to reduce the number of pests in the Murray region of New South Wales. Feral rabbits have adapted to Australia's farmlands, grasslands, and plains causing havoc to the land. They over-consume cropland and cause soil erosion. The rabbits feed on seedlings of

2017-03-14 16:56:26
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Your Doctor May Start Giving You Penicillin Even if You're Allergic  

A new study has found that up to half of people who think they have a penicillin "allergy" can still receive the drug, and other antibiotics with similar structures, without any negative reactions to the meds. Why? Because they're not really allergic, doctors say. In truly penicillin-allergic people, doctors need to find other drugs to treat their infections, and those drugs are often less effective and more toxic. And antibiotics that don't completely kill bacteria can encourage antibiotic-re

2017-03-14 10:43:18
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15 Tips Every WhatsApp User Should Know  

When WhatsApp first came out in 2010, it quickly gained notoriety as a great way to meet new people all over the world thanks to group chats, which lets there be multiple admins for each group who could all add participants from their own contacts lists. As a repair tech, I would buy it for both Android and iPhones (it used to be $1.99 back in the day), and I would activate it on customers' phones for free—by temporarily signing into their devices using my account—as a little "thank you" f...

2017-03-14 08:03:26
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Samsung May Finally Stop Teasing & Show Us Its Foldable Smartphone  

According to new rumors, Samsung, still stinging after the Note7 recall debacle, is determined to be the first to release a foldable smartphone. According to ET News, the company is going to begin prototype production of their always-rumored but never-seen folding smartphone in the third quarter of this year. Of course, we heard that last year, too. According to BGR, the foldable smartphone will have a "luxurious design" and be a blend of a tablet and a "pocketable" phone that folds in half.

2017-03-14 07:26:06
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Antibiotics Could Be Contributing to Dramatic Drop in Bee Populations  

Add antibiotics to the possible list of culprits responsible for honeybee decline around the world. While it may come as a surprise, antibiotics are commonly mixed into feed used by commercial beekeepers to maintain their hives. In a recent study published in PLOS Biology, researchers from the University of Texas at Austin found antibiotics used to treat honeybees may be a contributing factor in individual bee death and colony collapse. Colony collapse disorder is an overarching term that des

2017-03-14 05:44:05
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New Case Puts iPhone & Android Back to Back  

It's the bane of many a tech geek's existence that the customizability of Android software cannot be combined with the sleek design of the iPhone. A new Kickstarter project titled Eye, however, is looking to change that with a new iPhone case that allows you to combine the two. How are these master hackers over at Kickstarter getting past Apple's hard-to-crack iOS? Well, they aren't. This case simply has an additional screen and set of phone components that attaches onto the back of your phone

2017-03-14 04:40:38
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Dropped Your Phone in Water? Here's How to Keep Your Wet Android or iPhone from Being Water Damaged  

When it comes to busted smartphones, liquid damage ranks right up there with shattered screens as one of the most common issues owners have to deal with—as well as the most embarrassing. Thankfully, though, with the rise of waterproof phones such as the Samsung Galaxy S7 and even the iPhone 7, this is becoming less and less of a worry. But not everyone has a waterproof device. In fact, unless your smartphone is rated IPx7 or higher, which means it can be submerged in water up to a certain de...

2017-03-14 04:39:21
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Interactive Surface Developer Lampix AR/VR Winner of SXSW Accelerator Event  

Judges at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Accelerator Pitch Event named Lampix the winner in the Augmented and Virtual Reality category, conference organizers announced today. The ninth annual competition, which took place over the weekend in Austin, Texas, pitted 50 startup finalists against each other in 10 technology categories. Each winning startup reflects the most exciting innovation and cutting edge technology in their space, and we know we're going to see amazing achievements from them i

2017-03-14 02:18:19
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Flesh-Eating Bacteria from Cat Scratch Leads to Death for Man in Thailand  

Phuket, the island in Thailand typically associated with paradise and most recently, illegally-run hotels, now has a different problem—a stray cat with the claws of death. Weera Pantip, a 63-year-old man with a weakened immune system, fell ill and died from necrotizing fasciitis, a flesh-eating disease he caught from a cat scratch. Infection resulting from a cat scratch or bite is not uncommon. However, these infections can be especially deadly if they turn into the dangerous flesh-eating a...

2017-03-14 02:17:57
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How to Center Your Pixel XL's Status Bar Clock, iPhone-Style  

There's one thing that I've always liked about iPhones, and that's their centered digital clock in the status bar at the top of the screen. On Android, it's always on the right side by default, and there's no easy setting that lets you just change it to the center position. But if you have a Google Pixel XL, there's a simple modification you can perform to get exactly that—a centered status bar clock. Fans of symmetry will surely love this one, as it leaves notification icons on the left, co...

2017-03-14 01:49:03
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Shazam Sets Sights on AR Advertising with iPhone & Android App Updates  

The company that pioneered music scanning for mobile devices is moving into the augmented reality advertising arena. Included in an update of their iOS and Android apps last week, Shazam can now scan special codes to immerse users in 3D animations, 360-degree videos, mini-games, and other AR content. AR content is accessed by scanning Shazam Codes.. While Shazam has previously integrated image recognition into its apps, where users could scan images such as movie posters, album art, and magazin

2017-03-14 01:29:17
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NIO Shows Off World's Fastest Self-Driving Car at SXSW  

This year's SXSW festival had a plethora of news and discussion about autonomous cars, but perhaps none was more exciting than the NIO EP9. The car was first shown off in November in London when it ran the Nürburgring Nordschleife track in record time. If that sounds unfamiliar, you might be more interested in its colloquial name: The Fastest Self-Driving Car in the World. Not only is it fast, but it looks pretty good too: Video: . The Street reports that the EP9 set the world record at the C...

2017-03-14 01:03:40
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How an Airbnb Listing Scammed $3,700 Out of a Tech-Savvy User  

Months before London-based Jonathan Moon would turn 30, he started musing over how to celebrate. While he had rung in past birthdays at home, he wanted to do something out of the ordinary as a farewell kiss to his twenties. A short ski vacation with friends felt like the perfect idea. "I don't usually do birthday trips—this was an exception," he told WonderHowTo. "It's the 'biggest' birthday I've had so far, so I wanted to do something special." He'd successfully used the rental site Airbnb...

2017-03-13 18:10:18
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How Governments Around the World Are Undermining Citizens' Privacy & Security to Stockpile Cyberweapons  

In a world increasingly regulated by computers, bugs are like real-life cheat codes. They give you the power to break the rules and do good or bad without ever leaving your seat. And government agencies around the world are discovering and stockpiling unreported bugs as cyberweapons to use against anybody they see fit. Bug Bounties & the Way Things Are Supposed to Work Depending on the type of behavior, a bug can be quite valuable to discover, and software companies try to encourage bug repor

2017-03-13 17:05:01
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Lampix Shines as AR/VR Winner of SXSW Accelerator Pitch Event  

Judges at the South by Southwest (SXSW) Accelerator Pitch Event named Lampix the winner in the Augmented and Virtual Reality category, conference organizers announced today. The ninth annual competition, which took place over the weekend in Austin, Texas, pitted 50 startup finalists against each other in 10 technology categories. Each winning startup reflects the most exciting innovation and cutting edge technology in their space, and we know we're going to see amazing achievements from them i

2017-03-13 16:02:54
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Get MIUI's 'Quick Ball' Navigation Gestures on Any Android  

Xiaomi phones run a skinned version of Android known as MIUI, which, over the years, has been a popular custom ROM. One of the standout features Xiaomi has added to the mix is something called Quick Ball, which lets you navigate your phone by swiping inward from a small circle that resides on the edge of your screen. It's quite similar to Paranoid Android's Pie Controls, except the aesthetic is a bit less Tron-like, and the point where you start your swipe gesture is actually visible. There ar

2017-03-13 12:26:18
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Microsoft's HoloLens Partnership Program Grows Internationally  

In an early morning blog post, Microsoft announced the expansion of the Microsoft HoloLens Agency Readiness Partner Program. This announcement comes on the tail of an expanded HoloLens release over the last few months to many countries outside the initial US and Canada. Microsoft opened up sales of the HoloLens device to Australia, Ireland, France, Germany, New Zealand, and the United Kingdom back in November of last year, and added Japan a short time after. They are now working with developer

2017-03-13 11:33:18
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Video: Cortana Can Help in Windows Insider Preview Build 15055's Mixed Reality Portal  

A new Windows Insider Preview, version 15055, was released on Friday, March 10. Along with the normal collection of bug fixes and new features came a secret addition to the Mixed Reality Portal in the update. Windows Mixed Reality, along with Cortana, can now teach you how to use the platform, and, hopefully, usher in with it some understanding of what mixed reality is. As you follow along in the video below, you will see me learning how to use the Windows Mixed Reality system. I performed a s

2017-03-13 10:27:58
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MRIs Spot Sneaky Dementia-Causing HIV Brain Infections, Even in Patients on Effective Treatments  

In the past, infection with human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) commonly led to dementia as the virus made its way to the brain. Even in effectively treated people, HIV can hide out and replicate in places like the brain, where it's tough to detect. That's why it's very concerning that half of all HIV-infected patients still report cognitive problems. The only way to confirm if the cognitive problems are due to an HIV infection present in the brain is through analysis of the patient's spinal fl

2017-03-13 09:05:20
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Download Videos from Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & More with Just One Tap  

Most websites prevent you from saving embedded videos, but if you have the Xposed Framework installed on your Android device, a cool module from developer Ashish Bansal will now let you download almost any video. The way it works is simple—just start playing a video in your favorite web browser, then you'll see a notification that lets you download the source file in one tap. It works with Facebook, Vine, Instagram, Twitter, and many more sites, and it does this with seamless integration. So...

2017-03-13 03:05:46
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Artist Creates Giant Justin Timberlake Portrait with 13,000 Nails & 15 Miles of String  

Justin Timberlake seems like a pretty cool guy overall—solid musician, decent actor, overall good person—but never in my wildest dreams would I think to spend 200 hours obsessively creating a giant portrait of his face. That's exactly what 21-year-old Ukrainian artist Zen Palagniuk did, and the results are insane. Video: . The portrait, titled For Justin Timberlake, took 200 hours to complete. That's approximately 197 hours more than I would have had patience for, but I guess true artists ...

2017-03-12 08:23:03
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Easily Make Your Own Pokémon GO with Motive.io  

Throughout the summer and fall of 2016, in the sudden whirlwind that was Pokemon GO, it was hard to go anywhere in public without seeing someone attempting to catch Pokemon. Now, thanks to an upcoming platform called Motive.io, from the Vancouver company of the same name, location-driven application development will soon be accessible to everyone. While location-based, GPS-driven, augmented reality games, such as Niantic's Ingress or Six to Start's Zombie Run!, have been around for many year...

2017-03-12 08:06:41
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How to Create a Reusable Burner OS with Docker, Part 3: Storing Our Hacking Container Remotely  

At this point in our series on creating a customized hacking container, you should be able to use Docker to save and retrieve customized instances of Ubuntu from your own machine. Make sure to revisit part one and part two if you need a refresher. Previously: How to Create a Reusable Burner OS with Docker, Part 2: Customizing Our Hacking Container In this article, we're interested in security, which is why a lot of us are here on Null Byte in the first place, right? One of the advantages of

2017-03-12 04:19:59
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Use Your Android's Volume Keys to Move the Cursor in Any Text Field—No Root Needed  

One of the biggest hurdles for making touchscreen text input easy on the user has been finding a simple way to move the cursor around. With all the advancements in mobile technology, we're still left fumbling around with tiny arrow indicators or magnifying glasses when we need to add a letter to a word we've already typed. But thankfully, developer Ouadban Youssef has found a better way. Without having to touch the screen at all, Youssef's newest app lets you move the cursor by clicking your v

2017-03-12 03:19:14
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How to Save Battery & Increase Performance on Your HTC One M9 with These Simple Non-Root Tips  

As a fan of the HTC One series, I almost always upgrade my phone soon after the new model becomes available. I purchased the M7 when it first came out, upgraded to the M8 shortly after its launch, and then jumped on the M9. However, I stopped right there. Next in line was the HTC 10, the successor to the One M9. After assessing the hardware differences and handling the HTC 10 just after launch, I made the decision to stick with the M9 until the HTC 11 is eventually released. I didn't see a maj

2017-03-12 02:31:14
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How to Create a Reusable Burner OS with Docker, Part 2: Customizing Our Hacking Container  

In the first part of my containers series, we learned how to install Docker on our local machine, pull down "hello-world" and Ubuntu containers, SSH into containers, and install software when in a container. Now, we're going to work on building, customizing, and storing our refined hacking Ubuntu container. Before we dive right in, though, let's make sure we still have a functional Docker installation. Previously: How to Create a Reusable Burner OS with Docker, Part 1: Making an Ubuntu Hacking

2017-03-11 18:49:26
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The Best Bitcoin Wallet Apps for Your Android Device  

Bitcoin continues to make chaotic waves in the finance industry, with one bitcoin currently worth about $1,250 as of this writing. What's great about bitcoin is that you don't need to shell out rent money to get in the game, because bitcoins can be bought in increments—basically, whatever you can afford. As an example, I buy bitcoins frequently, but only in small increments that I can afford. At least once a month, I put away loose change that would've otherwise gone to small purchases like ...

2017-03-11 11:21:05
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4 Famous Songs Played Perfectly on Glass Bottles  

Take one down, pass it around, 99 bottles on which to play classical music? As someone who has studied music extensively, I've seen many interpretations of famous pieces of music played on glass bottles, but hearing these four interpretations of famous pieces (not all classical) completely blew my mind. #1. Flight of the Bumblebee "Flight of the Bumblebee" was composed in 1899 by Rimsky Korsakov as the orchestral interlude to his opera, The Tale of Tsar Saltan, and has since become one of th

2017-03-11 05:39:10
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Install ViPER4Android on Your LG V20 for Better Sound Quality  

ViPER4Android is a revolutionary audio equalizer for Android, something that I personally can't live without. That's the reason why porting V4A to the LG V20 was the first thing I did when I got the phone. There are two variants of ViPER4Android: FX and XHiFi. XHiFi is an older version which isn't developed anymore, but has amazing audio reconstruction capabilities. FX, on the other hand, has at least three times as many options and features as XHiFi without the audio reconstruction. The great

2017-03-11 03:43:13
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Easily Remove Old Photos in WhatsApp to Free Up Storage on Android  

Over a billion people use WhatsApp, which makes it the most popular standalone messaging service out there. But if you're one of the many people whose group of friends relies on WhatsApp for all communication, chances are, you have several years-long messaging threads with all sorts of random pictures and GIFs cluttering up the place. To make matters worse, WhatsApp saves all of these photos onto your phone's internal storage or SD card, which takes up precious space. But you probably don't wa

2017-03-11 02:56:21
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An Early Spring & Skyrocketing Mouse Population Converge for a Risky 2017 for Lyme Disease  

For regions that experienced a boom in mouse populations last year, scientists say 2017 could see a surge in cases of Lyme disease. Caused by bacteria transmitted through the bite of an infected tick, Lyme disease causes serious neurological symptoms if left untreated. While Lyme disease occurs primarily in the Northeast and upper Midwest, it is slowly progressing across the country with cases along the West Coast as well. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Lyme dise

2017-03-10 07:59:25
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Rumor Roundup: Google Pixel 2 to Feature a Better Low Light Camera, Snapdragon 835 & More  

The Google Pixel and Pixel XL were feathers in the tech giant's cap in 2016, so to speak, generating critical acclaim and garnering legions of Android fans. In many ways, the Pixel line of smartphones accomplished what the now-discontinued Nexus line could never do—it firmly planted Google on the exclusive premium flagship handset map, and gave it a silver bullet to use against its top competitors like Apple and Samsung. With Google now entrenched in the flagship phone market, rumors are slow...

2017-03-10 07:01:30
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Bosch Wants to Speed Up AR Adoption in the Auto Industry  

While there are many uses for augmented reality in the automotive industry, adoption has been slow. With the plethora of makes and models on the road today and rolling off assembly lines tomorrow, developing and deploying knowledge bases that utilize augmented reality to dealerships and garages can be costly and difficult to scale. Bosch Automotive Service Solutions has proposed an answer with its Common Augmented Reality Platform (CAP), which gives automakers an interface for writing, editing

2017-03-10 05:38:32
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Augmented Reality Empowers Indonesian Women to Operate Online Stores  

While its direct-selling model echoes brands like Avon and Tupperware, Indonesia's MindStores gives the approach a modern twist—with augmented reality. Recognized as the first partnership store network to use augmented and virtual reality, MindStores equips its store owners with their own unique partner cards which customers use to access the stores virtually. The whole process is relatively simple, and takes place in-person only. A store owner, who can be located anywhere—from their livi...

2017-03-10 05:05:45
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Get Sony's New Xperia Music App with Material Design on Any Android  

Anybody who was around in the '80s and '90s associates Sony with music still to this day, thanks to their wildly successful Walkman brand. And that's not even mentioning their major label record company. Indeed, the Tokyo-based electronics maker/media conglomerate has music embedded in its DNA, and that's certainly noticeable in the stock Music app included with their Xperia phones. We've covered the process of installing Sony's Music app on other devices in the past, but they've since given t

2017-03-10 03:02:31
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How to Create a Reusable Burner OS with Docker, Part 1: Making an Ubuntu Hacking Container  

Containers are isolated software instances representing applications, servers, and even operating systems—complete with all of their dependencies, libraries configuration files, etc.—and they're taking over the corporate world. The ephemeral, portable nature of containers help them stay current and speedy, and they can work on pretty much any computer, virtual machine, and cloud. But corporations aren't the only ones that can take advantage of containers. They're particularly attractive to...

2017-03-10 02:23:40
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