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Amazon’s iOS app inexplicably adds photo stickers

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 25 mei, 2017  
Back in February, Amazon added its product- and barcode-recognition technology, "Flow," to its iOS shopping app. The feature had its own standalone app, but bringing it to the main one let users scan items using their smartphone's camera and add to t.....
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DJI’s palm-sized Spark drone delivers epic selfies

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 25 mei, 2017  
Everyone loves taking selfies, even if they don't like to admit it. And if you're looking to take those snaps of yourself to the next level, DJI's new, cutesy Spark drone may be just for you. The company's latest drone is designed to fit on the palm.....
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Congressional internet privacy bill would counter FCC rollbacks

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 25 mei, 2017  
The US House of Representatives may have voted to roll back the FCC's privacy rules and let internet providers sell your browser history without your explicit permission, but there's a proper replacement waiting in the wings... maybe. Tennessee Repre.....
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Google Photos adds an archive button to declutter your stream

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 25 mei, 2017  
Google Photos has been gently nudging users to store and share more on its service lately. Earlier this month, the Photos team unveiled some AI-powered sharing suggestions and a Google Lens integration that will make its image recognitions eve.....
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Sony revamps its Digital Paper tablet with new screen and interface

Door: Devin Coldewey   / 25 mei, 2017  
 Sony’s mammoth 13-inch Digital Paper tablet, essentially a huge Kindle you can write on, is still a pretty rare sight, but I’ve always had a soft spot for it. So I’m glad the company is doubling down on this unique device type and making some significant improvements with a new model. Read More
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Sensor-embedded plastic wrap makes brain surgery safer

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
It almost goes without saying that brain surgery requires extreme precision, but there hasn't been much advancement in brain mapping techniques for the past two decades. What good is a breakthrough procedure if you're still using bulky, imprecise 199.....
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This ultra-twee soft robotic gripper was inspired by Venus flytraps

Door: Devin Coldewey   / 24 mei, 2017  
 The problem with tiny robots, if there can really be said to be one, is that you can’t put enough stuff on them. Cameras and motors don’t shrink down very well, meaning if you want your robot to grab something, you’d better come up with a new way to see it and hold onto it. And that’s just what Finnish researchers have done with this bio-inspired, super-small gripper! Read More
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Bacteria open vents in this shirt when you sweat

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
Fashion and tech are teaming up yet again. Engineers at MIT have designed a workout suit that responds to your body heat, according to a study published last week in Science Advances. The clothing, made from latex, is covered with thumbnail- t.....
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NASA probe on a fast track to reach metallic asteroid

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
While NASA's plans to put humans on Mars have suffered recent setbacks, its unmanned robotic programs are achieving milestones on a daily basis. Earlier this year, NASA announced that it had approved a mission, Psyche, to the asteroid belt. Today, th.....
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Twitter’s live 360-degree videos arrive on Apple TV

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
Twitter launched its very first streaming app on Apple TV last year with the promise of Thursday Night Football and live sports. Now it's expanding its television repertoire with even more live content: 360-degree videos. The social media company jus.....
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Attackers can use video subtitles to hijack your devices

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
Be careful before you fire up media player software to play that foreign-language movie -- it might be a way for intruders to compromise your system. Check Point researchers have discovered an exploit that uses maliciously crafted subtitles to.....
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Ellen coyly hints at return to standup with Netflix special

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
It's been over 15 years since Ellen DeGeneres took the stage for a proper stand-up special. With a smash hit daytime talk show, a record-setting Twitter account and bonafide American treasure status, DeGeneres doesn't exactly need the exposure of ano.....
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Boeing is building DARPA’s new hypersonic space plane

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
A few years ago, DARPA started work on a new experimental aircraft project called the XS-1, a vehicle designed to make launching satellites a faster, less expensive endeavor. Today, that project just took a huge leap forward: DARPA has announc.....
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UC Berkeley researchers teach computers to be curious

Door: Engadget RSS Feed   / 24 mei, 2017  
When you played through Super Mario Bros. or Doom for the very first time, chances are you didn't try to speedrun the entire game but instead started exploring -- this despite not really knowing what to expect around the next corner. It's that same s.....
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