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iOS 16’s Dog Extraction Mode Is Way More Useful Than You Might Think

Whether you call iOS 16's new subject extraction feature the 'dog extraction feature' or not, it can be fun to remove a subject from an image...

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Some iOS 16 Features Don’t Work on Every Compatible iPhone—What to Know

Some features of the new iOS 16 won't work for every version of iPhone out there, and experts say that may be necessary because these new features...

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Google Embraces iOS 16 With Planned Lock Screen Widget Support

Google will be adding lock screen widget support for several of its apps in iOS 16.

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You’ll Be Able to Easily Share Files Between More Android Devices Soon

Several updates and improvements are on their way to your Android device, including file sharing and accessibility.

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Adobe's Camera App Still Can't Give the Pros What Really They Want

Adobe's new camera app will likely include some great new computational photography capabilities, but what pro photographers really want is more...

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You Might Soon Find It Easier to Juggle Apps Between Android Devices

Your Android devices run the same apps, yet switching between them in the middle of a task takes some doing. Fortunately, Google is trying to change...

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How the iPad Has Totally Upended the Comic Book Industry

iPads have made comics more accessible to readers as well as those creating the art form while giving marginalized creators a voice.

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Good News! iPadOS 16 Is Launching 'Late' This Year

This year, iPadOS 16 will ship around a month later than iOS 16 for the iPhone, and iPad fans should be over the moon about it.

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Android 13 Launches Today... If You Have the Right Phone

Google has officially rolled out Android 13, but only to Pixel phones, with third-party devices getting the OS at a later date.

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Google Maps Makes It Easier to Get Around

Several new features on on their way to Google Maps to make sightseeing, cycling, and getting together with friends easier and safer.

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Meta Believes the Leap Second has Outlived Its Usefulness

A leap second is an artificial second added to clocks to help keep time with the atomic clock. It's causing havoc for computers and software, and...

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Google Finally Improves Android Tablet Apps

Google is rolling out updates to Android tablet productivity apps, including Drive, Docs, Files, Sheets, and more to make them easier to use and more...

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Now You Can Get iCloud on Android as Well as iOS

You can now access your iCloud data via the mobile web on Android and iOS phones.

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15 Years of Google Maps Brings New Interface and Features

Google Maps gets a new look and updated features to celebrate 15 years as a service.

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Word, Excel, PowerPoint Mobile Apps Get A Streamlined Interface

Microsoft reduced the number of tabs to just three: Home, New, and Open.

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Hobbi App from Facebook Lets You Share Your Crafts With Others

Hobbi is a new app from Facebook’s experimental development group that lets you track, photograph, and video your projects as you make them.

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You Can Download Microsoft's Office All-In-One Mobile App Now

Microsoft announced the availability of its latest integrated Office mobile app for iOS and Android.

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Google Integrates Lens Tech into Maps app on Android

Google has added Lens integration in Google Maps for easy menu analysis.

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Microsoft Teams and Google Hangout Premium Are Free to All for Now

Both Microsoft and Google are giving away their respective conferencing tools for a limited time.

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Slack Aims to Get Simpler and More Organized with New Update

Slack's latest update aims to bring a more organized, streamlined approach for its millions of paid and free users.

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Microsoft Teams Turns 3 as Work From Home Ramps Up

Slack competitor Microsoft Teams gained more than 12 million daily active users this past week as more and more people are staying home to avoid...

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Weather App Dark Sky Sold to Apple

The developer of Dark Sky announced that its popular weather app has been acquired by Apple.

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Researcher Finds Two New Security Issues on Mac Version of Zoom

An Ex-NSA hacker found two security flaws on the Mac version of Zoom which can allow bad actors to take over your Mac.

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Skype Meet Now is Microsoft's Answer to Zoom Concerns

Skype has a Meet Now feature that lets anyone connect with each other without a lot of setup or sign in hassle.

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Otter AI Brings Real-Time Transcription to Zoom Meetings

Otter AI just announced a new Zoom integration to transcribe meetings in real time.

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Now You Can Chat With Up To 8 People at Once in WhatsApp

WhatsApp ups the number of simultaneous video chat participants to eight to help more people connect during pandemic stay-at-home orders.

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Apple's Image Capture Could Fill Up Your Hard Drive With Tons of Empty Data

Media management developer NeoFinder discovered a bug in the lates iteration of Image Capture on macOS that adds extra empty data to imported images.

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