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Kodak blockchain project seeks to raise $50 million in token offering

images?q=tbn:ANd9GcRggCmLMGaZK6GNOF6FAUN Kodak blockchain project seeks to raise $50 million in token offering  ReutersFull coverage


Snapchat’s Lens Studio now allows anyone to create a face filter

snap-ed.jpgSnapchat’s Lens Studio allows anyone to create custom lenses for the popular social networking app. Now, the company has announced some new features. Most importantly, Snapchat has finally opened face filter creation to everyone; before this, the onl…


Quokka selfies: Is Instagram’s welfare warning ‘overkill’?


Western Australia promotes the photos for tourism, but an Instagram warning has prompted discussion.


Turn your selfies into art with this 3D AR makeup


Ines Alpha is a 3D designer and e-makeup artist who creates the most outlandish “makeup looks” using augmented reality. Read more…

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You don’t need 25 megapixels on a selfie camera


You don’t need 25 megapixels on a selfie camera  The VergeOppo F7 is official; check out all of the videos released by the manufacturer  Phone ArenaOppo F7 First impressions: An Android 8.1 Oreo Smartphone with Selfie-centric Camera  MySmartPrice GearOppo F7 First Impressions: A well-built selfie-smartphone that appears to check all the right boxes  FirstpostFull coverage


This New App Is Like Shazam for Your Nature Photos


In July of 2016, thousands of people wandered out into streets and parks under the guidance of a hugely popular wildlife app. The app was Pokemon Go, and the wildlife did not, in any real sense, exist. Yet while Pokemon fans were attempting to collect fantastic—if ultimately digital—animals, some inevitably found real…

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Spying on the Spies—With Google Maps

Spying on the Spies—With Google Maps

Florian Freier spies on Germany’s surveillance state, and his computer spies on him.

The post Spying on the Spies—With Google Maps appeared first on WIRED.