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These are five free and simple mobile apps every landscape photographer should install

A smartphone can be a great companion when you’re shooting landscape photos, and it’s not just because of its camera. There are some apps that can help you plan ahead and make the best of your photos. However, some of them are not user-friendly or they offer you too much unnecessary information. So, in this […] The post These are five free and simple mobile apps every landscape photographer should install appeared first on DIY Photography.
Tags: Apps, Photography, Inspiration, Smartphone, Smartphones, Landscape Photography, Landscape Photographer, Photography Apps, Smartphone App, Mark Denney, Android Photography Apps, Best Photography Apps, Ios Photography Apps


The United Nations want urgent volume guidelines warning 1 billion people risk hearing damage

The UN and World Health Organization have warned that more than 900 million people will suffer hearing loss by 2050 with drastic action needed. We all like to plug in and tune out of the world. Whether you’re on public transport or just walking around having your tunes in your ears is something we value. But they could be damaging our ears beyond return warn international officials. The [email protected] #SafeListening standard recommends that personal audio devices include “sound allowance” ...
Tags: Music, Featured, Risk, Smartphones, Ears, Headphones, United Nations, Who, World Health Organization, Un, World Health Organisation, Hearing, Hearing Loss, Damage, Listening, Hard Of Hearing


Xnor.ai Makes Solar-Powered Computer Chip to Crunch, Learn from Data

By now, many consumers know that uploading a photo, video, or other file to “the cloud” on a service like Google or Facebook often means storing it in a data center. But the computer servers inside data centers don’t just store information—they are constantly processing complex algorithms and using energy to glean new insights for the companies that store it.A Seattle-based startup, Xnor.ai, is attempting to build a business on the belief that it could also be possible to run machine learning a...
Tags: Google, Startups, Facebook, Internet Of Things, Hardware, Electronics, Big Data, Trends, Tech, Data, Smartphones, Vc, Artificial Intelligence, Software, SaaS, Computing


Report: Voice assistants in use to triple to 8 billion by 2023

The use of voice assistants is set to triple over the next few years, according to a new forecast from the U.K.-based analysts at Juniper Research. The firm estimates there will be 8 billion digital voice assistants in use by 2023, up from the 2.5 billion assistants in use at the end of 2018. The majority of those assistants will live on smartphones, where Google Assistant and Siri offer voice assistants to Android and iOS users, respectively. In fact, Google already announced its voice assistan...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Echo, Apps, Siri, Tech, Smartphones, Artificial Intelligence, Juniper, Smart TV, Alexa, Smart Devices, Assistant, Voice Assistant, Juniper Research, Cagr


All the Rumors About the Galaxy S10 and Everything Else We're Expecting From Samsung Next Week

Samsung’s next Unpacked event is set for February 20th, and while the Korean electronics giant hasn’t outright said that’s when it will announce the new Galaxy S10, past history and a lot of not-so-subtle clues all but guarantee we’ll officially see the company’s shiny new flagship smartphone next week.Read more...
Tags: Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Leaks, Consumer Tech, Rumor Mill, Samsung Unpacked, Galaxy S10, Galaxy F, Galaxy Sport, Galaxy Buds, The Galaxy S10 Is Coming, Inifnity Flex, Galaxy S10x, Galaxy S10e


Sub-brands are the new weapon in China’s smartphone war

One of China’s top smartphone brands Vivo appears to have joined its fellows Oppo, Huawei and Xiaomi in setting up a new sub-brand as a softening market and heightened competition at home drive players to venture upon their original reach. A new smartphone brand called iQoo made its debut on Weibo, China’s answer to Twitter, on Tuesday by greeting in English: “Hello, this is iQoo.” It also playfully encouraged people to guess how its name is pronounced, as the spelling doesn’t resonate with e...
Tags: Apple, Mobile, Asia, China, India, Samsung, Tech, Smartphone, Smartphones, Xiaomi, Huawei, Weibo, Vivo, Honor, Oppo, Redmi


New Apple Rumors Hint at AirPods 2, iPad Mini 5, and AirPower Coming This Spring

Apple has been relatively quiet about hardware since it released new iPad Pros back in the fall. But if a handful of new rumors are true, we could see a variety of new products launch this spring, including second-generation AirPods, a new tablet, and maybe even Apple’s long-awaited wireless charging pad.Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ipad, Science, Smartphones, Leaks, Tablets, Consumer Tech, Rumor Mill, Wireless Audio, AirPods, AirPods 2, Apple Rumors Spring 2019


Xiaomi-backed electric toothbrush Soocas raises $30 million Series C

China’s Soocas continues to jostle with global toothbrush giants as it raises 200 million yuan ($30 million) in a series C funding round. The Shenzhen-based oral care manufacturer has secured the new capital from lead investor Vision Knight Capital, with Kinzon Capital, Greenwoods Investment, Yunmu Capital and Cathay Capital also participating in the round. The new proceeds arrived less than a year after Soocas, one of Xiaomi’s home appliance portfolio startups, snapped up close to 100 millio...
Tags: Asia, Hardware, China, Funding, Tech, Smartphones, Companies, Alibaba, Xiaomi, Procter & Gamble, Alibaba Group, Electric, Toothbrush, Shenzhen, Euromonitor International, Electric Toothbrush


How safe are teen apps?

Beyond WhatsApp and Facebook, there are many other platforms used by children and teens that may be open to abuseSince 14-year-old Molly Russell killed herself in 2017, the apps and services our teenagers and children use – and their safety – have become a key concern for parents. Last week, the digital minister, Margot James, stated that “the tragic death of Molly Russell is the latest consequence of a social media world that behaves as if it is above the law”. James went on to announce plans t...
Tags: Facebook, Apps, Children, Society, Smartphones, Britain, Young People, James, Margot James, Molly Russell, Facebook Instagram WhatsApp YouTube Pinterest


Fighting Bellonas Goes on a Sexy Conquest

Fighting Bellonas has been unveiled as one of Nutaku‘s newest titles for players to become invested in, allowing for the build-up of vast armies containing beautiful women who can battle on behalf of players before then pleasing them sexually. The RPG title offers over 140+ gorgeous girls for players to collect and train to become […]
Tags: Games, Smartphones, Anime, RPG, H, Image Gallery, Eroge, Nutaku, Bellonas


Apple tells app developers to disclose or remove screen recording code

Apple is telling app developers to remove code that allows them to effectively record how a user interacts with their iPhone apps — or face removal from the company’s app store, TechCrunch can confirm. In an email, an Apple spokesperson said: “Protecting user privacy is paramount in the Apple ecosystem. Our App Store Review Guidelines require that apps request explicit user consent and provide a clear visual indication when recording, logging, or otherwise making a record of user activity.” “We ...
Tags: Travel, Iphone, Apple, Ios, Google, Google Play, Security, Facebook, Apps, Privacy, E-commerce, Smartphones, Software, Itunes, App-store, Operating Systems


Moto's New Budget G7 Phones Pack Surprisingly Convincing Features for the Money

Motorola has made some of the best budget and mid-range phones for years. But Moto’s previous lineup of inexpensive devices was a bit confusing, as its offerings were split between the Moto G6 and G6 Play, and the even less expensive E5 Plus and E5 Play. In 2019, Moto is trimming down its G7 portfolio down to just…Read more...
Tags: Android, Motorola, Science, Smartphones, Moto, Moto G7, Moto G7 Play, Moto G7 Power, Moto G7 Hands On


Motorola’s G7 line arrives this spring, starting at $199

Weeks of leaks haven’t left much to the imagination. But for those waiting for the real thing, the latest iteration of Motorola’s budget G line just became officially official as of this morning — and with a few weeks to spare ahead of Mobile World Congress. Of course, the Moto G7 line isn’t really aimed at the MWC crowd. That show tends to be far more focused on premium flagships, while, as Motorola put it to me ahead of launch, this line is for “people who say, ‘I don’t need all this phone...
Tags: Mobile, Motorola, Hardware, Mexico, Tech, Smartphones, Brazil, States, Europe Australia, G7 Power


Many popular iPhone apps secretly record your screen without asking

Many major companies, like Air Canada, Hollister and Expedia, are recording every tap and swipe you make on their iPhone apps. In most cases you won’t even realize it. And they don’t need to ask for permission. You can assume that most apps are collecting data on you. Some even monetize your data without your knowledge. But TechCrunch has found several popular iPhone apps, from hoteliers, travel sites, airlines, cell phone carriers, banks and financiers, that don’t ask or make it clear — if at a...
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Ios, Security, Mobile, Privacy, Air Canada, Tech, Banking, Pgp, Smartphones, Itunes, App-store, Hollister, Signal, Operating Systems


If You're Going to Play Fortnite on Your Phone, Use a Controller

As of last week, Fortnite, the biggest game in the world and the bane of high school teachers everywhere, finally allows you to use Bluetooth controllers on mobile devices. Read more...
Tags: Gaming, Microsoft, Smartphones, Xbox, Lifehacks, SteelSeries


This Gorgeous Punch Hole Phone Will Fool You Into Thinking It Costs a Lot More

Late last year, Samsung put an end to the notch era with the Galaxy A8S. Sadly, that device is currently only available in Asia, which largely puts it out of reach for people living on this side of the Pacific. But just recently, Honor followed up Samsung’s phone with its own punch-hole wielding bezel-less handset.…Read more...
Tags: Reviews, Android, Asia, Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Huawei, Honor, Consumer Tech, Honor View 20 Review, Punch Hole Camera


Murasaki Shikibu Makes Her Way Into Fate/Grand Order

Fate/Grand Order’s never-ending supply of servants has been bolstered yet again as a new Caster in the form of Murasaki Shikibu has graced the Japanese version of the smartphone game, the charming girl sure to easily accumulate her own legion of followers and fans. The character is available in the game now and can be […]
Tags: Games, Smartphones, Illustration, Artists, Anime, H, Image Gallery, Fate/Grand Order, Murasaki Shikibu, Casuals


At $770, a Refurbished iPhone X Might Be the Best iPhone Deal Around

When the availability of the original iPhone X dried up almost immediately after the iPhone XS was announced, it sort of made sense. After all, the iPhone X was a limited-edition thing meant to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the iPhone. That said, it’s disappearance was a bit of a blow for people hoping to pick up…Read more...
Tags: Iphone, Ios, Deals, Science, Smartphones, Consumer Tech, refurbished iPhones, iPhone X, Get Your Refurb Iphone X While Supplies Last, Used Iphones


Alphabet Is in a Tumultuous Time, but the Business Keeps Booming

Google’s parent company, fueled by searches on mobile devices and YouTube’s popularity, continues to have strong financial results.
Tags: Google, News, Youtube, Search Engines, Smartphones, Artificial Intelligence, Pichai, Online Advertising, Google Inc, Alphabet Inc, Company Reports, Computers and the Internet, Sundar, YouTube.com


FBI Sting on Huawei Ends With a Meeting Over Burgers, a Raid, and No Charges Currently

In what sounds like a half-baked movie script about corporate espionage, an FBI sting conducted in collaboration with a specialized glass maker (and watched from a gelato stand by a reporter from Bloomberg) led investigators to a meeting at a burger joint in Vegas during CES. However, despite getting enough evidence…Read more...
Tags: Security, Science, Bloomberg, Smartphones, Fbi, Huawei, Vegas, FBI Sting, Fbi Looks Into Huawei Again, Akhan


Behind Tech’s Shine, Some Warnings Signs Appear

From Apple to Nvidia, tech companies say business is slowing. Among the reasons: China and a Bitcoin slump. It may be just a bump — until it’s not.
Tags: Apple, News, China, Cloud Computing, Smartphones, Nvidia, Data Centers, Apple Inc, Micron Technology Inc, Intel Corporation, Company Reports, Computers and the Internet, Computer Chips, Nvidia Corporation, Bitcoin (Currency


Nintendo Announces Dr. Mario World for Smartphones

Nintendo has announced a new partnership with LINE and the production of “Dr. Mario World” for smartphones. The press release by Nintendo announcing a new partnership and the game: Nintendo Announces Mobile Game Partnership with LINE Corporation and a New Game for Smart Devices Kyoto, Japan, Feb. 1, 2019 JST – Nintendo Co., Ltd. (HQ: Minami-Ku, […]
Tags: Games, Puzzle, Smartphones, Nintendo, Mario, Anime, Announcements, Nintendo Co Ltd, LINE Corporation, Mario World, Casuals, Smart Devices Kyoto Japan Feb, Minami Ku


Sankaku App 3.1 – Calm Before The Storm Edition

Probably the last release of the official Android app before the launch of some as yet unannounced top secret features is finally here – 3.1 brings both essential maintenance and bug fixes, as well as a number of nice usability enhancements. Prisoners of Google’s increasingly hostile panopticon OS are also advised that Android’s support for […]
Tags: Google, Internet, Smartphones, Anime, Announcements, Sankaku Channel, Sankaku Complex, Sankaku App


Everything you need to know about Facebook, Google’s app scandal

Facebook and Google landed in hot water with Apple this week after two investigations by TechCrunch revealed the misuse of internal-only certificates — leading to their revocation, which led to a day of downtime at the two tech giants. Confused about what happened? Here’s everything you need to know. How did all this start, and what happened? On Monday, we revealed that Facebook was misusing an Apple-issued certificate that is only meant for companies to use to distribute internal, employee...
Tags: Apple, Google, Security, Facebook, Apps, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Privacy, Finance, Social Media, Tech, Smartphones, United States, App Store, Warner, Nielsen


Here's the Boatload of Samsung Leaks That Dropped While You Were Sleeping

After a somewhat down year in 2018, between three new S10 models (including one that’s 5G-ready), its long-awaited foldable phone, and a new pair of truely wireless earbuds, rumors suggest Samsung is setting the stage for a monstrous year in 2019. And just last night, a bunch of leaks came out shedding new light on…Read more...
Tags: Android, Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Leaks, Rumors, 5g, Galaxy S10, Galaxy F, Bendable Phones, Galaxy Buds, Its A Samsung Leak Extravaganza, Consumer Teck


How to Do a Data ‘Cleanse’

New year, new you, right? You may be headed to the gym, but what about the health of your phone, computer and all your precious data? Here are some tips to get your digital life in order.
Tags: News, Smartphones, Computers and the Internet, Mobile Applications


Apple Takes a Hit in China, and Workers There Feel the Pain

Chinese factories, which have long made goods for the world, increasingly make stuff for the country’s own middle class. When those spenders hold back, local workers can suffer.
Tags: Apple, News, China, Smartphones, Apple Inc, Wages and Salaries, International Trade and World Market, Factories and Manufacturing, Labor and Jobs, Working Hours, Pegatron Corporation


Honor View 20 review: top phone at half the cost of an iPhone XS

A big screen with a hole-punch notch, a cracking 48MP camera, great performance and batteryThe Honor View 20 made by Huawei, the Chinese manufacturer at the centre of a political storm, offers a top-notch experience including a great camera for £500 – less than half the price of an iPhone XS.The company is at the centre of allegations of violating sanctions and theft of trade secrets, but it’s undeniable that it has produced some excellent phones at affordable prices over the last year. The View...
Tags: Android, Gadgets, Technology, Smartphones, Mobile Phones, Huawei