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Leak reveals Pixel 3's Google Camera will support real-time Lens analysis‎

Real-time detection in the Google Lens app began rolling out in May 2018, but it's still not possible to use the tool in real-time just by opening up the basic Google Camera app. That won't be the case for long, though, according to a new leak that shows Lens running by default in the Pixel 3's camera. In a video published (then quickly unpublished) by a tipster, the standard Google Camera clocks an email address on a business card, then a pop-up suggests copying that address over to Gmail. Read MoreLeak reveals Pixel 3's Google Camera will support real-time Lens analysis was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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ARCore v1.5 adds support for OnePlus 6T, ROG Phone, Razer Phone, Xperia X, and many more [APK Teardown]‎

Google's ARCore team just rolled out a new update that appears to bring the augmented reality framework to several more phones and tablets. Some hot new (and upcoming) devices are on the list, like the Galaxy Note9, OnePlus 6T, and ROG Phone. These are also joined by some older models like the Sony Xperia X. Teardown .teardown{color:black;font-family:Consolas,Monaco,'Andale Mono',monospace;white-space:pre;word-spacing:normal;-moz-tab-size:4;-o-tab-size:4;tab-size:4;-webkit-hyphens:none;-moz-hyphens:none;-ms-hyphens:none;hyphens:none;display:block;overflow:scroll;}.token.comment,.token.block-comment,.token.prolog,.token.doctype,.token.cdata{color:#7D8B99;}.token.punctuation{color:#5F6364;}.token.property,.token.tag,.token.boolean,.token.number,.token.function-name{color:#c92c2c;}.token.selector,.token.attr-name,.token.string,.token.function{color:#2f9c0a;}.token.operator,.token.entity,.token.url{color:#a67f59;background:rgba(255,255,255,0.5);}.token.atrule,.token.attr-value,.token.keyword,.token.class-name{color:#1990b8;}.token.regex,.token.important{color:#e90;}.language-css .token.string,.style .token.string{color:#a67f59;background:rgba(255,255,255,0.5);}.token.important{font-weight:normal;}.namespace{opacity:.7;}Disclaimer: Teardowns are based on evidence found inside of apks (Android's application package) and are necessarily speculative and usually based on incomplete information. Read MoreARCore v1.5 adds support for OnePlus 6T, ROG Phone, Razer Phone, Xperia X, and many more [APK Teardown] was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Instagram adds notifications to its browser app and Instagram Lite‎

If you use Instagram's mobile web app, then you've likely been waiting patiently for the addition of notifications since it launched in the first half of 2017. That wait is finally over. Now, Instagram users who log in from Chome can turn on notifications for when they get new followers, likes, or comments. The change also applies to Instagram Lite, which is still in testing, and more or less a wrapper of the mobile site. Read MoreInstagram adds notifications to its browser app and Instagram Lite was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Instagram's co-founders are leaving Facebook‎

Instagram co-founders Mike Krieger and Kevin Systrom are leaving Facebook "to explore [their] curiosity and creativity again," Systrom announced in a blog post. Bloomberg reports that the departure comes amid increasing friction between the pair and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. Krieger and Systrom founded Instagram in 2010; Facebook acquired the young photo-sharing platform for a whopping $715 million in 2012. Facebook's increasingly heavy-handed influence over its acquisition has frustrated Instagram's team, Krieger and Systrom in particular. Read MoreInstagram's co-founders are leaving Facebook was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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Twitter unveils new policy on dehumanizing speech, seeks feedback from users‎

They say you should always start with a joke, and boy did Twitter have a real knee-slapper at the beginning of its latest blog post: "The Twitter Rules apply to everyone who uses Twitter." Haha. With the joke out of the way, Twitter explains that it has developed a new comprehensive policy on dehumanizing speech. It's also asking for feedback from all of us on the new policy. Here's the new policy, as well as what Twitter considers to be "dehumanizing." Twitter’s Dehumanization Policy You may not dehumanize anyone based on membership in an identifiable group, as this speech can lead to offline harm. Read MoreTwitter unveils new policy on dehumanizing speech, seeks feedback from users was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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