Auto safety devices that can help seniors with older cars
These come with a weatherproof, night vision camera, which attaches to the license plate on the rear of the car. When the car is in reverse, it sends live images wirelessly to a small monitor that mounts to the dash or windshield. The Yada Digital Wireless …
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AR Will Be Limited on Devices Older Than iPhone 6s
Apple is doubling-down on augmented reality technology … the ARKit toolkit will be restricted to devices running an A9, A10 or A11 processor. For example a tracking session configuration that could allow virtual content to be placed “in relation …
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Older mock-ups for the LG V30 surface
It’s not uncommon to see new features and rumors leak out ahead of a device’s launch, but it is pretty rare to see mockups and press renders of a phone using a concept that may not even be the final product. Fortunately for all of us, today is that …
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iOS 10 release date, features and rumours: iOS 11 ‘might cull 10,000 older apps’
25/01/2017: Apple has released an update for iOS 10 that will prevent hackers from accessing devices. iOS 10.2.1 will prevent criminals from unlocking a device remotely or accessing the kernel, which could allow them to “execute arbitrary code with kernel …
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Sony is rolling out the beta preview of the PlayStation 4’s latest firmware update, version 4.50, and it includes a pretty great new feature for early owners of the PS4 Pro console. In short, many older PS4 titles will run better on the new hardware — even if they’ve not been optimized to do so by developers. Once you’ve installed the software upgrade, you’ll find a new “Boost Mode” option in the settings menu. This is exclusive to the more powerful Pro console and won’t appear on the regular PS4.
When activated, Boost Mode “lets PS4 Pro run at a higher GPU and CPU clock speed in order to improve gameplay on some PS4 games that were released before the launch….
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