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ICYMI: Smartphone picture printer, AR app for all and more

Now you can finally give up trying to restock your Polaroid paper
Kerry Davis, @mskerryd
December 12, 2015
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Today on In Case You Missed It: A case designed to print the pictures that normally just stay on your smartphone is out, just in time for Christmas. Researchers at MIT are doing their best to connect all the smart appliances and gadgets within your home for easy control with a clever app called Reality Editor. And Tokyo's police are forming an anti-drone squad that will use large UAVs with nets to capture smaller drones.

If you're catching up on the week's headlines, definitely don't miss the research about using periods over text message.

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