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Snapchat will let creators make LiDAR lenses for iPhone 12 Pro

By app, AR, augmented reality, augmentedreality, engadget, gear, ios, iPhone, iPhone 12, iphone 12 pro, iphone 12 pro max, iPhone12, iphone12pro, iphone12promax, lidar, Mobile, News, snap, snapchat

Folks who make augmented reality lenses on Snapchat will soon have another powerful tool at their disposal: the LiDAR scanner on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Snap has rolled out a Lens Studio update that offers lens creators a much bro…

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Snapchat will let creators make LiDAR lenses for iPhone 12 Pro

By app, AR, augmented reality, augmentedreality, engadget, gear, ios, iPhone, iPhone 12, iphone 12 pro, iphone 12 pro max, iPhone12, iphone12pro, iphone12promax, lidar, Mobile, News, snap, snapchat

Folks who make augmented reality lenses on Snapchat will soon have another powerful tool at their disposal: the LiDAR scanner on iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 12 Pro Max. Snap has rolled out a Lens Studio update that offers lens creators a much bro…

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Soundtrap Capture simplifies mobile recording and music collaboration

By app, audio recorder, audio recording, capture, engadget, gear, mobile recording, music, News, recording, soundtrap, soundtrap capture, spotify

Since its debut in 2013, Soundtrap has offered a simplified way to make music online. The cross-platform, web-based recording studio has a streamlined look that isn’t intimidating for beginners — a departure from most modern digital audio work…

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Xbox remote play is open to everyone on Android devices

By android, app, engadget, game streaming, gaming, Microsoft, Mobile, News, ui, user interface, userinterface, xbox, xbox app, xbox one, xbox series s, Xbox Series X

Microsoft has rolled out a new Android Xbox app, which will allow all Xbox One owners (and Series X/S players in the future) to stream games from their console to their phone or tablet. Until now, only Xbox Insiders had access to the feature. …

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Fitbit gets FDA clearance for its Sense smartwatch and ECG app

By afib, app, atrial fibrillation, clearance, detect, ecg, electrocardiogram, engadget, fda, fitbit, gear, health, News, sense, smartwatch, watch, wearable

Fitbit’s $329 Sense smartwatch just earned clearance from the FDA (and the EU’s regulatory body) for its electrocardiogram (ECG) app. When the “advanced health” wearable arrives this October, it will be able to assess heart rhythms for atrial …

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Neato’s robotic D10 vacuum uses LIDAR-based navigation

By app, engadget, fall 2020, gear, hepa, ifa2020, lidar, mapping, myneato, neato, neato d10, neato d8, neato d9, News, robotic, robotic vacuum, vacuum

Neato’s newest robotic vacuum, the Neato D10, uses LIDAR-based technology and a HEPA filter that captures virtually 100 percent of allergens, the company says. It offers a runtime of 150 minutes, the widest brush and largest dirt bin on the ma…

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This $99 ‘smart case’ records when you take your birth control pill

By app, birth control, bluetooth, case, connected, emme, engadget, fertility, gear, health, hormonal contraceptive, ios, medical device, News, period tracking, reminders, smart case, the pill, tracking, women's health

Each year, an estimated 10 million people in the US take birth control pills. But remembering to take each pill can be challenging, and 80 percent of people miss at least one pill per month. That leads to an estimated one million unplanned pre…

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Some Canon cameras can now upload images straight to Google Photos

By app, cameras, canon, cloud storage, engadget, gear, google, google one, Google Photos, images, News, Photos, transfer, upload, video, wifi

Despite all of the advancements in camera tech, backing up photos from a DSLR or point-and-shoot camera can still be a hassle. The process often involves cables to plug in your camera or adapters to get photos from an SD card. Google and Canon…

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Adobe brings clipping masks and better brush management to Fresco

By adobe, adobe frisco, adobefrisco, app, Creative Cloud, creativecloud, drawing, engadget, frisco, gear, ios, iPad, News, paint, painting, Windows 10, windows10

Adobe has updated its Fresco drawing app with a bunch more features. There’s a clipping masks tool that will allow you to capture certain parts of your drawing and move them to another layer or layer group. That way, you can continue to work on your…

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DoorDash adds on-demand grocery delivery to its app

By app, dashpass, Delivery, doordash, engadget, food, food city, food delivery, gear, gig economy, groceries, grocery, lucky, News, on-demand, thebuyersguide, wegmans

Since the pandemic began, DoorDash has been steadily expanding its on-demand delivery portfolio. Today, the company announced that it’s adding on-demand grocery delivery to its app. More than 10,000 items will be available for delivery in unde…

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Signal lets you see more info before you accept a message from a stranger

By accept, app, block, calls, controls, encrypted, engadget, gear, group chats, Messages, Messaging, News, preview, profile, secure, Signal, video calls

The encrypted messaging app Signal is making it easier for users to decide who they chat with — and who they block. Now, when someone who isn’t in your contacts starts a new chat with you, or adds you to a group, you can see the sender’s Sign…

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Google’s next Wear OS update will bring more speed and a weather app

By android, app, controls, engadget, faster, gear, google, intuitive, News, OTA, snapdragon, update, wear 4100, Wear OS, wearable, weather

A Wear OS update rolling out this fall will bring improved performance and a new weather app. Today, Google announced that the next update will allow faster access to info and apps, more intuitive controls for managing watch modes and workouts…

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