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iPhone XS Max Beats Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 2 in Latest Camera Tests

iPhone XS Max Beats Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 2 in Latest Camera Tests

iPhone XS Max Beats Galaxy Note 9, Pixel 2 in Latest Camera Testshttps://www.idropnews.com/news/iphone/iphone-xs-max-beats-galaxy-note-9-pixel-2-in-latest-camera-tests/84765/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=100518&utm_term=NewsletterCalling it one of the best mobile cameras currently available, image benchmarking firm DxOMark on Wednesday published its latest smartphone camera

Android Collects and Shares 10x More Personal User Data Than iOS

Android Collects and Shares 10x More Personal User Data Than iOS

Android Collects and Shares 10x More Personal User Data Than iOShttps://www.idropnews.com/news/fast-tech/android-collects-and-shares-10x-more-personal-user-data-than-ios/80798/The long-standing rivalry between Android and iOS users over which mobile operating system is superior has been fought with a vengeance from both sides of the aisle.

GPS Disabled? Google Admits It’s Still Tracking Your Location

GPS Disabled? Google Admits It's Still Tracking Your Location

GPS Disabled? Google Admits It’s Still Tracking Your Locationhttps://www.idropnews.com/news/fast-tech/gps-disabled-google-admits-its-still-tracking-your-location/80488/?utm_source=Newsletter&utm_medium=Newsletter&utm_campaign=08202018&utm_term=NewsletterAmid revelations that its website and mobile apps continue to harvest and store user location data even when location services are disabled, Google this week discreetly updated its official help center document reflecting “new” data collection policies.

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Customize Your Landing Page – Mighty Networks Help Center

Customize Your Landing Page – Mighty Networks Help Centerhttps://faq.mightynetworks.com/hc/en-us/articles/207914176-Customize-Your-Landing-PageBay Area startup Mighty Networks lets you set up your own social network quickly and easily. You make the rules for what’s allowed and what isn’t. A network of up to 1,000 people is free. If you want a standalone mobile app, you can opt to pay for the service.

Inside CES 2018: AI, big data, and 5G are the future

Inside CES 2018: AI, big data, and 5G are the future - TechRepublic

Inside CES 2018: AI, big data, and 5G are the future – TechRepublichttps://www.techrepublic.com/article/inside-ces-2018-ai-big-data-and-5g-are-the-future/?ftag=TREe09998f&bhid=27689259515740508250262421970472TechRepublic’s Bill Detwiler takes us behind the scenes at CES 2018 and explains why high speed mobile wireless, big data, and machine learning are the business technology trends to watch.

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Designing for VR: A Beginners Guide

Designing for VR: A Beginners Guide - Marvel Blog

Designing for VR: A Beginners Guide – Marvel Bloghttps://blog.marvelapp.com/designing-vr-beginners-guide/?ref=donvy.comThe VR age is rapidly approaching. When the world’s largest tech companies (Google, Facebook, Microsoft, Apple) are investing billions into the development of VR technologies, you know something big is on the horizon. Experts say that this VR revolution will be bigger than the advent of the mobile phone, and the first company to create a consumer VR product that is adopted by the masses will win big. Really big.

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Snowden’s New App Turns Your Phone Into a Home Security System

https://www.wired.com/story/snowden-haven-app-turns-phone-into-home-security-system/?CNDID=49046367&mbid=nl_122217_daily_list1_p1The NSA leaker’s latest project aims to secure your computer—and you—from not just digital but physical attacks. One of the world’s most well-known activists against digital surveillance has released what’s intended to be a cheap, mobile, and flexible version of a physical security system. On Friday, the Freedom of the Press Foundation and its president, famed NSA leaker Edward Snowden, launched Haven, an app designed to transform any Android phone into a kind of all-purpose sensor for detecting intrusions.

Haven is for people who need a way to protect their personal spaces and possessions without compromising their own privacy, through an Android app and on-device sensors

Geekbench: Apple Is Throttling iPhone Performance Based on Battery Life

Geekbench: Apple Is Throttling iPhone Performance Based on Battery Life - ExtremeTech

Geekbench: Apple Is Throttling iPhone Performance Based on Battery Life – ExtremeTechhttps://www.extremetech.com/mobile/260836-geekbench-data-proves-apple-throttling-iphone-performance-based-battery-life?utm_source=email&utm_campaign=whatsnewnow&utm_medium=titleTest data confirms Apple iPhones are slowing down on the latest iOS builds as their batteries degrade. Apple is creating a problem for itself that didn’t previously exist.

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