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Google’s Arts & Culture app only offers art-matching selfie feature to a select few

If you’re interested in the recent update to Google’s Arts and Culture app, which uses machine learning to match your selfie to a lookalike in an extensive library of classic art, you’d better hope you’re in the right place. Though the update is severa...

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Freemie Liberty breast pump lets mothers set and forget

While a lot of CES’s flashier showings revolved around cars, or massive televisions, or VR, or robots, equally revolutionary are less-conspicuous bits of tech that aim to make life easier for a subset of users. Case in point, the Freemie Liberty breast...

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Researchers found porn malware in Google Play children’s games

Security firm Check Point today revealed it had discovered malware on the Google Play store disguised as children’s games — malware that gives kids ads not suited for their age group. Checkpoint’s report on the malware warns it shows pornographic ads w...

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Flying taxis come to CES but you need VR to feel the vertigo

Bell Helicopter revealed its Air Taxi concept at this year’s CES, showing a mock-up of the passenger cabin. Visitors got a look at what travel in it would look via a VR headset. What is it? The taxi itself is a four-seater cabin that looks exactly as s...

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HP’s Sprocket is a nifty little printer that doesn’t need ink

HP’s tiny Sprocket printer made an appearance at this year’s CES, where it looked just as much fun as any camera we might have seen. The Sprocket is two inches wide and three inches long, with a premium model that’s slightly larger. It also comes packa...

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Gamers will speedrun for charity at Games Done Quick’s massive event

Awesome Games Done Quick is an annual charity event in which the internet’s prodigious speedrunning community plays a number of games and invites viewers to donate money. While this might not sound like the most watchable spectacle in the world, they’v...

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Security flaw found in Intel chips may also affect AMD and ARM processors

News broke this week of a security flaw present in Intel chips which could potentially leave millions of computers vulnerable — and it could be a flaw that effects other chips as well. Originally spotted by The Register, the kernel vulnerability leaves...

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World Health Organization says gaming addiction is a disease

The World Health Organization (WHO) recently released the latest draft of its International Compendium of Diseases. Two of the most eye-catching additions to this update, the first in several years, are “hazardous gaming,” and “gaming disorder.” This w...

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YouTube should impose harsher punishments on wayward stars

If you haven’t heard by now, another YouTuber is being criticized for exploiting human sadness for their own gain. On Sunday, Logan Paul uploaded a video showing him and his friends happening upon what appeared to be a suicide victim. The original vide...

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2017 in Review: TNW’s favorite iOS Apps Launched this Year

2017’s list of new apps came with some real winners, and several of them we really enjoyed. To be clear, this isn’t a rundown of apps that were insanely popular this year. It’s a mix of ones we’ve reviewed and others that were just really good. We thin...

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