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During inauguration, ‘modern technology’ of fast photos wows politicians

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“Modern technology” brought the Bidens this image of the swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 20, 2021.


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Congress has occasionally been accused of being out of touch with technology, and comments about today’s fast photo processing made by a couple of congressional leaders on Wednesday won’t help that perception.

The inaugural ceremonies involved quite a few presentations of commemorative gifts, including a set of custom vases and two freshly printed and framed photographs of the swearing-in events for President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris.

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BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY Marks 50 Million Repair Photos Sent to Drivers by Auto Repair Shops Using Game-Changing DVI software | State

SOUTHAMPTON, Pa., Nov. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY, a leading supplier of technology solutions for the automotive aftermarket, revs into Virtual AAPEX Experience 2020 and SEMA 360, the automotive industry’s premier events, riding a significant repair industry milestone and on the axles of a market expansion that opens up its award-winning digital capabilities to every business that works under the hood or chassis of a motorized vehicle.

BOLT ON TECHNOLOGY revs into automotive industry’s premier events riding high on 50 million photos sent to drivers.

To date, over 10,000 independent repair shops have taken advantage of BOLT

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What are my photos revealing about me?

For years, tech savvy people have known that photos shot on your phone contain lots of information that you may not want revealed. The specific model of phone you use and the precise time and location of where the photo was shot are all saved in the photo’s metadata. This information can be viewed in pretty much any image viewing app and can be used to put you at a specific time and place—which depending on your work, relationships or general desire for privacy, you may not want to share with whoever might be looking.

Stripping out the metadata in

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Mobile technology may support kids learning to recognize emotions in photos of faces

<span class="caption">Many kids use screens all day long and are adept at reading what they see on them.</span> <span class="attribution"><a class="link rapid-noclick-resp" href="https://www.gettyimages.com/detail/photo/students-using-laptop-in-classroom-royalty-free-image/104737316" rel="nofollow noopener" target="_blank" data-ylk="slk:LWA/Dann Tardif/DigitalVision via Getty Images">LWA/Dann Tardif/DigitalVision via Getty Images</a></span>
Many kids use screens all day long and are adept at reading what they see on them. LWA/Dann Tardif/DigitalVision via Getty Images

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An essential social skill is understanding emotion. Children learn about emotion even before language by paying attention to a caregiver’s face. Watching people around them provides children with essential facts for survival: Who will love me? Whom should I be scared of?

These days everyone’s seen infants and toddlers, and their parents, with screens in their faces. So how could little ones be getting

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