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One of the key benefits of the launch of Google Pixel 3 was the Night Sight mode, which offers a step-by-step improvement in camera quality in low light.
But Huawei & # 39; s P30 Pro seems to make another big step forward with low-light photography, this time combining software and hardware, as you'll see:
It also does not require the long exposure time required by Google's night view mode and shaves a few seconds out of the total time to take a picture in low light.
What is happening here?
2. Nokia X71 announced with perforation display, triple rear camera & # 39; s (Android authority).
3. Reviewing Google Pixel 3: what is being stopped and what is not there after five months (AA).
4. Why Xiaomi phones have ads, or the tricky task of balancing ads and usability (AA).
5. Within the decline of Google employees against the Heritage Foundation (The edge).
6. Here is a lot of detail about how hard Apple tried to register The New York Times and WaPo with Apple News + (Vanity Fair).
7. Cloudflare & # 39; s Warp is a new mobile-only VPN for its 184.108.40.206 service that may make your mobile connection even better (TechCrunch).
8. Firefox squeaks about browser notifications (Mozilla).
9. Researchers cheat on Tesla Autopilot to meet oncoming traffic with the help of stickers (Ars Technica).
10. Also demolished Tesla & # 39; s are full of sensitive data (Jalopnik).
11. NASA main labels Indian anti-satellite missile is testing a & # 39; terrible, terrible thing & # 39; because scrap metal is not great (CNET).
12. Why "The Matrix" built a bulletproof legacy, a book excerpt from: "BEST. FILM. YEAR. EVER: How 1999 blew up the big screen," by Brian Raftery (Wired).
13. What is an item that everyone should have? (R / askreddit)
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