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Find Your Art Doppelganger With Google’s Arts & Culture App

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Google’s Arts & Culture app has created quite the buzz with its new selfie feature. It’s pretty easy to use and the results will more than likely provide you with quite the chuckle. All you need to do is simply take a selfie, and the app will search international museums around the world to find the...


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Citi Analysts Predict That Apple Will Buy Netflix

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Well, it’s officially 2018, and one giant corporation is potentially looking to buy another. Citi analysts believe that there is around a 40% chance that Apple will purchase the largest content-streaming company in the world; Netflix. Of course, a splash like this to start off the new year will most definitely garner plenty of headlines, but the...


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Synaptics Continues To Revolutionize Smartphone Security

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California-based Synaptics Inc. introduced the world’s first fully functioning touch solution that incorporated pressure recognition, enabled multi-finger sensitivity, and implemented variable-force input in 2012. Since then, the company has continued to push the boundaries of smartphone security and looks to introduce its latest product in 2018. Last month, Apple released its facial recognition technology as a part...


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Google Unveiled Three New Innovative Photography Apps

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Unless you are an aspiring or professional photographer, chances are you don’t use a point and shoot camera anymore. Almost everyone has adapted to new age technology, which means that your smartphone is your new camera. In fact, apps like Vine, Instagram, and Snapchat have made it so your phone is even more useful than a camera...


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Is Vine Making A Comeback?

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From 2013 to 2016, internet humor was almost completely shaped by a video content app called Vine. It was founded in June 2012 by Dom Hofmann, Rus Yusupov, and Colin Kroll. The idea was instantly beloved by powerhouse companies in Silicon Valley and was almost immediately bought by Twitter in October 2012 for $30 million. It’s safe...


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