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Is The iPhone SE Worth Your Time?

Cnet’s Apple authority Scott Stein declared in an article Wednesday that the iPhone SE is the third best iPhone you can get, after the iPhone 7 and the iPhone 7 Plus. According to Stein, the iPhone SE has the same internals as an iPhone 6S, but has the advantage on battery life and price, which pushes it to the forefront of Apple’s arsenal of devices. Stein discusses on his podcast if the iPhone SE is good enough to pull fans away from the latest iPhone, and if it’s worth getting…

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Facebook Messenger To Be More Like Facebook

Cnet.com has reported that Facebook Messenger users can now show how they feel about individual messages with new Reaction emoji. Like the emoji available when reading posts on the social network, the Messeger Reactions announced today just require you to press and hold any message to access a pop-up set of love, smile, wow, sad, angry, yes and no emojis. If multiple people react in a group chat, with a single tap you’ll be able to see a list of how each person felt about your message. And if you…

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NASA to Host 2017 Human Exploration Rover Challenge

A Press release from Nasa invites Media to watch as nearly 100 high school and college teams from across the globe compete Friday, March 31 and Saturday, April 1 during NASA’s Human Exploration Rover Challenge at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center in Huntsville, Alabama. Student teams are required to design, build, test and race human-powered rovers, driven by one male and one female team member. The nearly three-quarter-mile course boasts 17 grueling obstacles that simulate terrain found on Mars, as well as other planets, moons and asteroids throughout the…

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Kyoto Boots Up Predictive Anti-Crime Computer

Geek.com reports that the police department in Kyoto, Japan have started utilizing what they call the Predictive Crime Defense System. The System is basically a powerful computer that runs calculations based on historical crime data for the area. It looks for trends in that data, issues a report, and police can then adjust their patrols so that officers are in the right places at the right times. There are concerns that the System may lead to a rise in false arrests, but that’ll but up to Japan’s officers. They’ll need…

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Google Introduces New Video-chat Features

Google wants to change how you make calls. According to CNET, Google wants you to use its video app Duo for calls — with or without the video. the search giant recently announced that its video-calling app for Android and iOS will now support audio-only calls. Google also announced an update to its Android messaging app Allo enabling file sharing in chats. The company’s Photo app will get updates as well that will let you backup and share images when you have a weak signal. The new features are rolling…

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WikiLeaks Releases CIA Hacks of Apple Devices

WikiLeaks has released the second volume of their CIA Vault 7 leaks today. The leak published information on a hacking project focusing on Apple devices referred to as “Project Dark Matter.” Project Dark Matter contains documentation relating to multiple CIA projects developed by the CIA’s Embedded Development Branch. The documents within the WikiLeaks data dump explain the methods used by the CIA to hijack Apple devices such as Macbooks and iPhones. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/breitbart/~3/4EvD9ewx1J4/ Home This video was produced by YT Wochit Tech using http://wochit.com

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