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OnePlus Details Face Unlock on the OnePlus 5T: Intended for Convenience and Ease of Use

Facial recognition is experiencing something of a renaissance. Google’s implementation in Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich — Face Unlock — didn’t have too many takers because it tended to be slow and unreliable. It stuck around as Trusted Face in newer versions of Android, but it wasn’t until Samsung brought an improved, faster version of […]

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Join Update Adds Themes, Multi-SIM Support, Stored Pushes and More

Transferring content from one device to another used to be a pain, and if you’re anything like us, you usually just gave up and emailed yourself an attachment. But in recent years, services like Join have made file transfers more convenient than wired connections, and they’re only getting better with time. Case in point: Join […]

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Facebook Messenger Promises Speedy Delivery of 4K Pics

Facebook on Tuesday raised the ante for messaging apps photo quality with the announcement of 4K support for Messenger. Starting Tuesday, “people can send and receive photos in Messenger at 4K resolution — or up to 4,096 x 4,096 pixels per image — the highest quality many smartphones support,” wrote Facebook Messenger product managers Sean […]

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Nova Launcher Stable Updated to v5.5, Adds Adaptive Icons for Android 5.0+ and More

Android’s newest features are very often limited only to the latest version of the operating system. This can lead many to miss out on some great features as not everyone uses custom ROMs or can afford to buy a new phone every year. Thankfully though, 3rd-party applications are able to bring some of these feature […]

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