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Google researcher figures how to make great night photos with a smartphone

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Name the number one problem with smartphone cameras. If you picked “nighttime photos,” we agree: While smartphone cameras have improved by orders of magnitude in the last decade, due to the constraints of their tiny lenses, low light conditions are still their Achilles’ heel. 

But a Google researcher might have a software solution to that problem — one that actually works, that is. 

Florian Kainz, who works as a software engineer at Google’s Daydream team, has developed a technique that let him take photos in very dark conditions with the Google Pixel and Google Nexus 6P phones and get results that are comparable to photos taken with a DSLR on a tripod.  Read more…

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Microsoft's chatbot Zo has some interesting opinions about Windows

Microsoft’s chatbot Zo has some interesting opinions about Windows

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Microsoft's chatbots really are the gift that keeps on giving.

Its latest chatbot, Zo, is no exception. The bot, which lives on Facebook Messenger and chat app Kik, has some interesting opinions about Microsoft's most important product: Windows.

As discovered by Slashdot, Zo is not the biggest fan of Windows. When asked about the operating system, the bot gives some hilarious answers. Questions like, "Do you like Windows," bring up the response, "I don't even want Windows 10." 

But Zo's reason why is almost too good to be true: "Because I'm used to Windows 7 and find it easier to use." Read more...

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