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A Japanese sushi restaurant chain created an AI-powered app that can grade the quality of the tuna it uses for sushi in its establishments.
Late last month, Facebook's NPE team announced an invite-only beta for Forecast, an app that lets users make crowdsourced predictions.
After launching exclusively in Brazil last year, Instagram is now bringing 'Reels', its TikTok clone, to France and Germany.
Adobe has launched its AI-powered Photoshop Camera app, that lets you capture, edit, and share, photos with powerful tools and effects.
In support of recent protests, encrypted messaging app Signal has announced a new blur interface that lets you blur people's faces in your photos.
Facebook has announced Discover, a mobile web and Android app that lets users browse any website using free data from mobile operators.
After rolling out its (much) smaller Pinterest Lite app, last year, Pinterest has now announced the app is being launched globally.
GitHub, the world's leading collaboration platform for coders is now going mobile with a new beta Github mobile app for iOS and Android.
As part of Facebook's effort to appeal to younger users, one of the company's "secret" project groups has launched a new meme-making app called Whale.
Close friends. No filters. No influencers. No ads. And ALL the memes. Meet Basement. The newest, and simplest micro-network to hit the App Store.
Samaritan wants to connect the homeless with the people who usually walk by them without stopping, offering a chance to learn more and give a helping hand.