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How Android Apps are Using Ultra Sound to Track Users
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An alarming discovery by Brunswick Technical University researchers in Germany has been made regarding the use of ultrasonic tracking beacons in Android applications to track users and their surroundings. The research paper emphasised on the technology of ultrasound cross-device tracking (uXDT) which has become famous in the past three years. 

uXDT is a method that is used by advertisers through ads which hide ultrasounds. The moment the ad runs on a radio or TV, or some ad code on a computer or mobile, there are ultrasounds emitted which the microphone of the nearby device picks.


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3D Smartphone
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3D Phones, also known as holographic smart phones, are coming soon. While still in the early stages of the technology, 3D phones are definitely here and available for purchase now. One example of a holographic phone is the Estar Takee 1. At first glance, it might seem like a regular smart phone; the Takee has a 2.0GHz Octa Core with 2GB RAM and comes in a 5.5-inch display with 1920 x1080 pixels.

What sets it apart from the smart phone most likely in your pocket or clipped to your belt is the fact that this phone can display screen contents in three dimensions. Similar to the holographic...

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