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Epson's new magnified glass can be connected to your phone

Epson has a new pair of magnified goggles on the market – and while not intended for everyday use, they should still be more comfortable than their predecessors. The Moverio BT-30C glasses connect to an Android smartphone or a Windows computer via USB-C, unlike previous Epson Moverio products connected to a custom Android controller box. They cost $ 499, and …

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Google I / O 2019 News Roundup: Android Q, Pixel 3a, more

Today kicked off Google I / O 2019, the company's annual developer conference and the initial keynote filled in steeply with great news. Although it was for 2 hours, Sundar Pichai and Co managed to pack lots of big messages to the day. If you missed what is new, here's everything the company announced. The best gifts for Android users …

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Google, Apple deleted dating apps because they were gathering data on 12-year-olds

Here's another reason to keep a close eye on your child's smartphone use: They could be logged onto dating apps. Three dating apps make children as young as 12 use their services, according to the Federal Trade Commission. It described this practice as "extremely problematic." Meet24, FastMeet and Meet4U apps owned by a Ukrainian-based company Wildec LLC, collected data on …

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Google Pushes Chrome OS to Developer

Chrome OS and Chromebooks as it runs have matured heavily in recent years as usage has risen. And now the platform is sophisticated for web and Android developers, the company says. "At I / O this year, we showed web and Android developers some of the most exciting improvements that made Chrome OS even faster, easier and safer than ever," …

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Dating apps FTC says exposing children to predators removed from Apple and Google stores

The Federal Trade Commission said in a statement Monday that the dating apps – Meet24, FastMeet and Meet4U – were potentially violations of the child's Online Privacy Protection Act. COPA prevents websites and apps from collecting personal information from children under the age of 13 without the consent of the parents. The three applications are owned by a Ukraine-based company …

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Google Brings Flutter to the Web in technical preview

Google had previously announced plans to bring Flutter, its mobile phone development platform, to the web. This week on I / O, however, the company showed this ability and released a technical preview. "Today, an important milestone marks the Flutter framework, as we expand our focus from mobile to integrating a wider set of devices and form factors," a blog …

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Here's a nice look at the new Android TV Play Store

Only this month, an interview revealed some great new statistics for Android TV, and also dropped a news for Play Store. Today at Google I / O, the company officially showed the new interface and that's a big improvement. The Best Gifts for Android Users On the stage at I / O, Google offered a nice look at the new …

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Apex Legends comes to mobile, just like Fortnite and PUBG

Apex Legends is already hugely popular on PS4, Xbox One and PC, and now it comes to a new platform and market. As part of the publisher Electronic Arts' performance report today, CEO Andrew Wilson confirmed that a mobile version of the Battle Royale game is in the works, while EA is also in "advanced negotiations" to launch Apex Legends …

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Read Google's new Nest secrecy promise and tell if you're gone

Google wants to be inside your home. It wants to sell you cameras, alarm systems and voice assistants to make your life – and perhaps its targeted advertising – so much easier. But there is a problem. People don't necessarily trust big tech companies or their camera-equipped smart screens right now. And while Google may not have had a scandal …

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