With four cameras on the back, Huawei is hoping that the P30 Pro has the imaging skills to take on the Galaxy S10 Plus's mere three cameras.But how well do these phones take photos of architecture, food and low-light situations?I took both of Huawei's new phones through the City of Lights to see which is the superior shooter.This wide shot of Notre Dame is a bit punchier on the S10 Plus, and the phone's wider-angle lens captured more of the scene compared to the P30 Pro.While the S10 zoom's 2x zoom helps close in on the details of the building, it's no match for the P30 Pro's 5x optical zoom or its huge 10x hybrid zoom, a mix of digital and optical, which let me get right up close to the Notre Dame's front.Even if I digitally cropped into the S10 Plus's zoomed shot of the building so it matches the Huawei's zoom, it loses so much information that all the details become rather mushy.
Following the livestreamed New Zealand mosque shooting that left 50 dead in Christchurch, Australian Prime Minister Scott Morrison is looking to crack down on extremist content on social media.Morrison will on Tuesday meet with Australian executives of Facebook, Twitter and Google to discuss extremist content legislation that would punish these companies' executives with jail time, the Australian Financial Review reports.Local internet service providers will also be present at the meeting."If social media companies fail to demonstrate a willingness to immediately institute changes to prevent the use of their platforms, like what was filmed and shared by the perpetrators of the terrible offences in Christchurch, we will take action," said Morrison."We are considering all options to keep Australian safe."Tech companies have been subjected to increased scrutiny to better regulate their content following Facebook's inability to catch and remove the Christchurch shooter's livestream of the massacre.
Epic took away Fortnite‘s Bounce Pad and many players still haven’t forgiven it, but the company is back with a new item to fill the void: Poison Trap.This item is a square element akin to the Trap, but instead of shooting deadly spikes at players, the item appears to launch small darts (or something similar) with poisoned tips at players who walk in front of it.The Poison Trap first appeared within the Fortnite update 8.10 code, but the item didn’t appear in that version of the game and wasn’t made official by Epic.It’s unclear why the company didn’t add it to the game with that release — it may have needed more work before it could launch — but we now know that it’ll arrive as early as this week.Epic Games apparently prematurely published a “Coming Soon” item in the Fortnite in-game News Feed, revealing a Poison Trap item with a brief description and picture.This item has the same Aztec-like design as the new Sunny Steps location, as well as multiple holes that either eject a poisonous gas or shoot poisoned arrows/darts.
Monday night’s episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on NBC is distinctive for two reasons: It takes place outside of the studio and throughout New York, and it is being shot in its entirety with Samsung’s new Galaxy S10+ smartphone.The show will open not with a traditional monologue, but with Fallon explaining how the device’s camera features, including its ultrawide lens, made it possible to capture the entire episode in various locations around the Big Apple.Be sure to tune in on Monday March 25th for an entire show captured withGalaxy S10+ in partnership with @SamsungMobileUS!Jimmy’s filming all over the city and might just go to a bar with @TheNotoriousMMA ????— Fallon Tonight (@FallonTonight) March 20, 2019This isn’t The Tonight Show’s first dalliance with deep branded integration.
This month’s mass shooting at two mosques in New Zealand exposed how social media companies are still struggling to moderate their platforms.Microsoft now says a united tech industry could work together on a better approach.“Ultimately, we need to develop an industrywide approach that will be principled, comprehensive and effective,” Microsoft president Brad Smith said in a blog post that was published on Sunday.“The best way to pursue this is to take new and concrete steps quickly in ways that build upon what already exists.”Footage of the killings in Christchurch spread rapidly across the internet.Facebook said that in the first 24 hours after the shooting, it removed 1.5 million videos with the footage.
For those of us that aren’t naturally gifted athletes, playing our favourite sports in VR can be the closest we get to imitating professional-level football, rugby, or cricket players.To see what all the fuss was about, I tried a number of sporting demos in the HTC Vive Pro headset, using its motion tracking technology to recreate football and rugby training sessions in VR – and discern whether it could actually improve my (or anyone’s) sporting performance.I spent around 15 minutes working up a – very mild – sweat, trying out a few different levels that comprised of hitting color-coded footballs with the correct foot, hitting moving targets on a timer, and tracking how many other players were around me on the pitch.Once I was done shooting and booting, I found the Rezzil software had used a number of different metrics to measure my performance: accuracy (goals versus misses), reaction time (speed of decisions), composure (consistency of accuracy), and technical (use of both feet).I also managed a 85% score for reaction time, which was surprisingly not far below what some professional athletes scored.However, that last stat may say more about my console gaming reflexes than any quick thinking on the pitch.
New Zealand officially banned the 74-page, racist manifesto written by the suspected gunman behind the deadly mosque attacks in Christchurch on March 15.Anyone found to possess the manifesto could face up to ten years in prison, and those caught distributing it could face up to 14 years in prison.Experts say the ban could backfire and risk making the gunman look like a martyr, and the document "forbidden fruit."Brenton Tarrant, a 28-year-old Australian, is suspected of carrying out the attacks on the Al Noor and Linwood mosques on March 15.He recorded and uploaded a livestream of the shootings to Facebook, as well as uploading a 74-page manifesto of his far-right views onto online forum 8chan the day before the massacre.New Zealand's Office of Film & Literature Classification, which made the decision to ban the document on Saturday, told people in possession of the publication to destroy their copies and remove hyperlinks to them online.
Outside of Washington, it was a week where New Zealand managed to do what the United States has not and moved to ban assault weapons just days after a mass shooting.It was also a week where Disney finalized its purchase of huge chunks of 21st Century Fox, bringing the first of potentially many layoffs.(They finally got their answer late Friday.)He also worked with the White House to exonerate the White House while withholding information from Democratic lawmakers.What Happened: The ultimate Friday evening news dump: Special Counsel Robert Mueller sent his report to Attorney General William Barr.OK, that tweet doesn't make the report sound like much of a big deal at all.
Today, Valve’s latest version, Counter-Strike: Global Offensive, has become a huge esports title.This is a specialty that matters because the first-person shooter game business is a multibillion-dollar market.And games that don’t get the guns right will flounder in competition with titles like Battlefield V or Call of Duty: Black Ops 4.He worked on it for a number of years.It finally released on the PC and Mac in the fall of 2013.As for his nickname Gooseman, it came from a character in the old animated TV show Galaxy Rangers.
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Later this year the beloved gaming company will launch a Nintendo Switch Labo VR Kit.One forms a Google Cardboard-style headset to plug the Switch into.But what can you actually play with these devices?It looks like each peripheral comes with a handful of games.The Blaster Toy-Con, for example, offers some simple alien shooting.You keep it by your foot and press of it to get a gust of air in your face.
Scientists may have discovered a way to “reverse” alcoholism in rats.By shooting lasers at part of the alcohol-dependent rats’ brains, scientists with Scripps Research were able to “temporarily deactivate a specific neuronal population,” that they think is linked to alcoholism, according to a press release from the research institution.The new study was partly inspired by past research conducted by scientists at the institution that found “transitioning from casual drinking to dependent drinking occurs alongside fundamental changes in how the brain sends signals.”For the new study, Oliver George, an associate professor at Scripps Research and the study’s senior author, along with his associates, focused on corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) neurons in the rats.“The researchers studied these neurons using optogenetics, a technique that involves the use of light to control cells in living tissue,” Scripps Research explained in the press release.“Rats used in this study were surgically implanted with optic fibers aimed to shine light on the CRF neurons—to inactivate them at the flip of a switch.”
Next week, we may finally find out what its $1 billion-plus worth of TV shows is all about.Apple is expected to unveil its rumored video service, as well as a news subscription service, at an event March 25 at its Cupertino, California, campus in the Steve Jobs theater.The company's pipeline of original programs with big stars -- including at least five shows that have wrapped shooting -- has been fueling speculation for more than a year.That suggests the flashy presentation Monday will be all about services.Apple has nabbed big-name deals with J.J. Abrams, Brie Larson, Jason Momoa, Oprah Winfrey, Reese Witherspoon, M. Night Shyamalan, Battlestar Galactica producer Ronald D. Moore, Steven Spielberg, among many others.The company also hired two top television executives to spearhead the effort.
Panzer Dragoon is a magical game about riding dragons and shooting stuff.It’s one of the few memorable things Sega did during the Saturn era, and the 1995 launch title remains a game that I often think about.So I was excited to attend a talk at the Game Developers Conference 2019 in San Francisco that covered the classic’s creation, along with its Saturn sequels Panzer Dragoon Zwei and Panzer Dragoon Saga.The series’ creator, Yukio Futatsugi, gave the talk along with Kentaro Yoshida, who worked on the first game and its sequel, Panzer Dragoon Zwei.The presentation featured tons of fun stories about the franchise and life at Sega during the Saturn era.“What the hell are we going to do about this?” Futatsugi recalls saying afterward.
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“We will look at the role that social media played and what steps we can take, including on the international stage and in unison with our partners,” Ardern said.The prime minister acknowledged that social media alone wasn’t responsible for the shooting, but argued that it did play a role.The prime minister promised she will never utter the shooter’s name in order to deprive him of the notoriety he so desperately wanted.Section 230 designates internet forums as carriers like a telephone company or postal worker rather than a publisher and means that companies like Facebook and Twitter aren’t held responsible for the speech that occurs on their platforms.People around the world are taking a hard look at the role that social media plays in our lives as white supremacist fascism spreads.A 28-year-old man from Australia used semi-automatic weapons to kill 50 people in two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, slaughtering men, women, and children as young as 3 years old.
Fresh on the heels of the announcement that Bill and Ted 3: Face the Music will start shooting this summer, we get a new trailer for another Keanu Reeves-starring vehicle: John Wick: Chapter 3—Parabellum.For those who missed the first two movies, John Wick (Reeves) is a legendary hitman (known as "Baba Yaga") who tried to retire when he fell in love and got married.Unfortunately, he's drawn back into the dark underground world by an act of senseless violence after his wife's death.The first John Wick grossed more than $88 million worldwide for a film that cost around $30 million to make, and it was praised for its brisk pace, heart-stopping action sequences, and stylish noir feel.In John Wick: Chapter Two, Wick takes on a whole slew of Russian baddies but finds himself honor-bound (per the professional hitman's code) to go on one last assignment.Of course he succeeds—he's John Wick—but the client, Italian crime lord Santino D'Antonio (Riccardo Scamarcio), tries to cover his tracks by posting a bounty on Wick's head.
Apple's rumored TV streaming service, expected to be unveiled next week, may bundle together other video subscriptions for a discounted price.Apple has negotiated the right to bundle together other streaming services, reported The Information on Thursday, citing people "familiar with the situation."That means Apple could offer bundles of streaming subscriptions -- for example, to the on-demand versions of Showtime, Starz and HBO -- at a lower price than you'd pay for each individual service.(Note: Showtime is owned by CBS, the parent company of CNET.)Apple didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.In addition to original programing, Apple is expected to offer around 15 add-on subscriptions as part of its TV service, according to The Information.
When school began in Lockport, New York, this past fall, the halls were lined not just with posters and lockers, but cameras.The system scans the faces of students as they roam the halls, looking for faces that have been uploaded and flagged as dangerous.Two months before those students filed into their schools in Lockport, Taylor Swift performed a concert at the Rose Bowl, in California.The pop star has had to deal with multiple fans and stalkers who have threatened violence against her.Concert venues have been the location of gun violence before, most notably the Mandalay Bay shooting in Vegas.In a piece for Elle, Swift wrote, “After the Manchester Arena bombing and the Vegas concert shooting, I was completely terrified to go on tour this time because I didn’t know how we were going to keep 3 million fans safe over seven months.