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Google’s new PhotoScan will protect your old photos … forever

Break out that box of old photos, because Google is going to help you protect them forever.

Available as a free download, PhotoScan will let you scan your old photos using your smartphone’s camera.

The app will eliminate the glare that usually comes from taking a photo of a photo.

Google says it’s able to do this with machine-learning techniques that recognize and remove glare and shadows.

The tech giant promises the scans will be clear enough to be printed.

But thanks to Google’s free unlimited photo storage, you don’t have to print right away.


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