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Researchers find the best way to press a button

When all you have is a finger everything looks like a button . But what happens if you’re unable to press buttons or, more likely, we begin using robots and other tools to interact with the real world? That’s what researchers at Aalto University, Finland, and KAIST, South Korea wanted …

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Facebook Messenger gets admin rights for group chats

In this modern world, some days it can feel like everything is out of your grasp. So take stock on those things that you can control. Like Messenger, Facebook’s increasingly feature-rich offshoot app, which now sports admin privileges for group chats. The new feature is rolling out this week, giving …

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iPhone sales disappoint despite all the hype

Apple’s Q1 2018 results are out, and the numbers point to Apple’s mighty iPhone cash generating machine might be starting to run out of steam. Must read: How to tell if your iPhone battery needs replacing Sales of 77.3 million units makes this Apple’s second best iPhone quarter to date, …

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Warner Bros. is pre-registering people for its Westworld game

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment is capitalizing on the wildly successful Westworld experience at South by Southwest and offering pre-registration for its upcoming mobile game — based on HBO’s series of the same name. Produced by the company’s WB Games in San Francisco through a collaboration with Kilter Films, the game …

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PUBG soft-launches on mobile in Canada with Android release

Player Unknown’s Battlegrounds, the ‘battle royale’ style game where everyone tries to be the last player standing while scrounging for supplies to keep them alive, has launched on Android in Canada MobileSyrup reports, which could presage a future release in the U.S. The arrival of the mobile version of the …

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Apple changes Safari's cookie killer to fix Facebook's Like buttons

Video: How to customize Control Center in iOS 11 Apple has introduced a new programming interface for Safari’s privacy feature, Intelligent Tracking Prevention, to assist social networks, social-media widgets, and embedded videos. Apple rolled out ITP in iOS 11 to block marketers from tracking users across sites by imposing time-based …

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