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The US Army begins deploying FLIR Black Hornet nano-drones measuring 6.6 inches in diameter, weighing less than 33 grams, and providing HD photos and live video footage to soldiers

FLIR The US military aims to equip almost all of its ground combat units with tiny drones capable of spying on other forces in the sky. The awarded $ 39.6 million contract has enriched the coffers of FLIR Systems, an… Continue Reading →

Jeff Bezos publishes letters from AMI that he says show that he is threatened with publishing his nude photos, unless he stops probing AMI's previous reports and motivations.

No thanks, sir pecker Something unusual happened yesterday. In fact, for me it was not only unusual – it was a first. I made an offer that I could not refuse. Or at least, that's what the highest personalities of… Continue Reading →

How to recover deleted photos from an iPhone or an iPad

There is something reassuring in the photos stored digitally. Unlike those we used to store in shoeboxes and albums, they can remain available, searchable, easily accessible and undegraded. Until you delete them. Then your most precious memories can be permanently… Continue Reading →

How a 14-year-old Hong Kong developer created Timeless, an application that uses artificial face recognition and artificial intelligence to help Alzheimer's patients identify people in photos

For many teens, their lives can usually be centered on homework and time spent with friends. This is not the case for Emma Yang. At the age of 14, Yang, a native of Hong Kong, has already created his own… Continue Reading →

Google says Google+ for consumers will be closed on April 2; all content published by consumer accounts, including Google+ pages, photos, and videos, will be removed

At the end of 2018, Google announced that it would close Google+, its cluttered social network, aimed at consumers due to "low usage" (90% of Google+ user sessions are less than five seconds) and "the difficulty of maintaining a product… Continue Reading →

How to create 3D photos on iPhone and post them on Facebook

A few months ago, Facebook launched a feature that turns your iPhone's Portrait Mode images into 3D Photos. It works better than expected (as long as you do not increase the effect too much when you interact with a photo)…. Continue Reading →

WhatsApp for Android gets a new feature, a reorganized menu for shared photos

WhatsApp has again been spotted testing new features in its beta versions for Android. This time, we see changes made to the "Multimedia" section shared in group or individual discussions, with new options for displaying media in the discussion, a… Continue Reading →

Facebook says it's going to close its private photo sharing application Moments on Feb. 25; users can export photos until May

RIP Facebook Moments. Facebook Take a moment to remember moments. Facebook said Thursday that it was ordering Moments, its standalone application for sharing photos privately with friends, in part because few people were using it. The services of the application… Continue Reading →

Complete specifications of the Moto G7 family disclosed, marked on the photos and rendered

As we get closer to the announced launch date of the Moto G7 series, a number of supposed live Moto G7 footage as well as a new series of promotional renderings have been leaked online. The presumed live footage and… Continue Reading →

Are 10-year Challenge photos an advantage for Facebook's face recognition technology?

The # 10YearChallenge was fun until last week, when a tweet worried thousands of people: do we unconsciously help giant corporations improve their biometric identification and age progression algorithms? The # 10YearChallenge has been gaining popularity on social media this… Continue Reading →

Instagram will now allow users to publish to multiple iOS accounts simultaneously and will begin to easily test Google Photos imports on Android.

Instagram is tipping the scales towards simplicity but far from originality. It adds the ability to publish posts to different accounts that you control at the same time by activating them in the composer's screen. An Instagram spokesperson confirmed that… Continue Reading →

Microsoft Updates Group Discussion Teams with Location Sharing, Secure Audio Messaging, and Camera Function to Save Photos Safely on Teams and Not Locally

Credit: Microsoft Last fall, Microsoft unveiled a number of new features for its Teams group discussion platform for front-line workers. On January 9, Microsoft announced plans to add even more features unique to front-line operators to teams. Front-line workers are… Continue Reading →

Leaked photos reveal group calling and low light mode might come to Google Duo

One of the more interesting storylines out of Google in 2018 was the continued fractured nature of the company’s overall strategy when it comes to messaging apps and platforms. Whereas Apple has the simplicity of iMessage, and Facebook has successful… Continue Reading →

How to Take the Best Photos with Your Android Phone

You’ve heard this before, but it bears repeating because it makes an incredible difference: make sure the camera is still when you’re shooting a photo. I can’t tell you how many times I’ve snapped and walked to keep up with… Continue Reading →

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