Google finally has dark mode: Here’s how to activate it on iOS and Android

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Dark modes have been hugely popular with users because they can conserve battery life on smartphones with OLED displays. And they just look cool. For the last several years both Android and iOS have supported system-wide dark modes. The modes turn all the white or bright UI elements black, or “dark,” hence its name. Dark modes have been hugely popular with users because they can conserve battery life on smartphones with OLED displays . And they just look cool. Read Full Story

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How to Use WhatsApp

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We're not at a loss for ways to chat with friends and family on our phones. But one of the most popular messaging apps in the world is WhatsApp. If you have yet to try it out, here's how to get started.

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What private browsing does—and doesn’t—do to shield you from prying eyes online

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Private browsing sounds like it’s keeping all your browsing and data private—but its name is misleading. Many people look for more privacy when they browse the web by using their browsers in privacy-protecting modes, called “Private Browsing” in Mozilla Firefox, Opera, and Apple Safari; “Incognito” in Google Chrome; and “InPrivate” in Microsoft Edge. Read Full Story

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The biggest hurdle to Facebook’s bold vision for AR glasses is trust

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The project’s chief scientist speaks about the challenges of creating a computing system that integrates with your world—in the hope that you might eventually trust Facebook enough to wear it on your face. Imagine your smartphone morphing to wrap around your eyes. But instead of a dark black screen, now it’s see-through. Your apps can suddenly interact with the things you see in the real world in front of you. Read Full Story

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