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The app is excellent at identifying actual dogs.
The glitch has blocked providers from sending the returns to government since yesterday
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New graphene-based sensors could one day be integrated into car windshields and other everyday products.
The app, called Indoor Survey, uses radio frequency measurements to let the user find their position in a building.
The company has been criticized for collecting data on customers.
There's a lot riding on this product.