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Google is ending support for the Explorer version of Google Glass. For the uninitiated, Google Glass is an augmented reality device which places a screen right in front of your eyeballs. And the Explorer Edition was the version aimed at ordinary consumers. A Brief History of Google Glass Cast your minds back to 2012. Google
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Popular apps like Facebook Messenger and Twitter are finally jumping on the dark mode bandwagon. That’s great news for anyone who finds themselves blinded by white background interfaces when scrolling around your phone in the dead of night. Dark modes are soothing, plus dark themes save battery life on newer iPhone models with OLED displays.
Microsoft is ending support for Windows 10 Mobile. Which means Windows 10 Mobile is deader than dead. It also means Microsoft’s foray into the mobile market is over. So much so that Microsoft is actively advising people to switch to Android or iOS. Windows 10 Mobile has been a bust since it debuted in 2016.