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Developer demos ‘portable hole’ augmented reality effect with ARKit

  Taking a journey down virtual rabbit holes may not be far away. With the Pokemon Go craze now a thing of the past, developers are looking for other uses for augmented reality. Peder Norrby has created an app that shows off some of the possibilities of Apple’s ARKit and the iPhone X: a portable […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Spotify is finally going public

Apple Music’s biggest competition is about to get an influx of Wall Street cash. Spotify finally filed documents for an initial public offering, after rumors of going public had been floating around for years. According to reports, the company could be worth as much as much as $23 billion, but it’s still not profitable. CNBC […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Cool new HealthKit gadgets can measure practically anything

BARCELONA, Spain — Smart sperm testers, body cavity inspectors, Bluetooth pillows, holographic jump ropes and contactless thermometers. It’s all just another day at Mobile World Congress, where more and more companies show off their new HealthKit-compatible gadgets. If you want your iPhone to know absolutely everything about what’s going on with your body, these handy […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

This could be the best Mac cleaner for your money

This post is presented by Trendmicro, maker of Dr. Cleaner. Spring is coming, and the urge to tidy up follows close behind. Of course, our computers can get just as cluttered as our homes. We use all kinds of cleaning supplies for tidying up our homes easily and effectively. It’s also a good idea to […] (via Cult of Mac - Tech and culture through an Apple lens) Source: cultofmac

Best of MWC 2018

In the world a mobile phones, Mobile World Congress is the main event. Taking place each year in Barcelona, it's where the world sees what's in store for phones and networks that year. Trends take shape and phones are launched. We check out everything in person, and pick our favorites with our Best of MWC awards. This year, three phones stood out. Source: phonescoop

FTC Wants Mobile Industry to Be Better At Security Updates

The current state of mobile device security patches is lacking, according to a new report issued today by the Federal Trade Commission. The FTC studied how Apple, BlackBerry, Google, HTC, LG, Microsoft, Motorola, and Samsung support their devices over time. "Our report found significant differences in how the industry deploys security updates and that more needs to be done to make it easier for consumers to ensure their devices are…

Photographing Barcelona with the Samsung Galaxy S9+

Samsung's Galaxy S9+ has a powerful camera that allows you to really flex your creative muscle. We spent an afternoon strolling La Rambla in Barcelona experimenting with some of the camera modes. Here are some sample images, with a focus on comparing the differences between the f/1.5 and f/2.4 apertures. Source: phonescoop

Hands On with the Doro 7050

Doro has long made a name for itself as a purveyor of simple phones for older folks. Their latest entry is a super-basic, old-school flip phone with classic, easy-to-use design, Doro's special easy interface, and one interesting trick for a feature phone: an app store. We take it for a quick spin in this hands-on. Source: phonescoop

Apple Watch Series 3 Now Tracks Skiing and Snowboarding Activity

Apple today said updated apps for the Apple Watch Series 3 make it possible for winter sports enthusiasts to gather data while carving through some fresh powder. When Apple introduced watchOS 4.2, it gave developers new APIs to access GPS data and the altimeter. Apps from snoww, Slopes, Squaw Alpine, Snocru, and Ski Tracks put those APIs to use and can now track vertical descent, horizontal distance traveled, number of…

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