GoPro today announced the Fusion, a camera capable of capturing spherical video for use in VR and standard video formats through a software solution.GoPro has yet to name the price.Action cameras existed before GoPro.But GoPro provided a better complete solution and the market responded by making the company top-selling vendor.GoPro likely hopes the same thing will happen with the Fusion and the rest of the spherical camera market.Specific details are still a bit light since the camera will not be released until the fall.
The world of cybercrime increasingly resembles the standard business world, made up of many illegal schemes that depend on groups of specialists working across various projects.The traditional meeting place for these has been, and continues to be, online messaging boards or web forums.Once criminals have met they often then move their communications outside of the forum for a number of reasons -- even if the forums have native private messaging platforms.One reason for that is criminals can never be quite sure exactly who is controlling the forum, and as these boards are often taken down, moving the conversation to another channel means they are better able to maintain access to logs of their previous communications.While these communities might be viewed as advanced and stealthy, deploying secretive messaging and using encrypted tools to communicate with one another, members are often just like any other average internet user or enterprise employee, turning to freely available and simple tools in order to help get the job done.Indeed, Flashpoint's four-year analysis of the evolution of cybercriminal communications strategies, tactics, and the tools reveals that Skype -- the Microsoft-owned instant messaging and video calling app embedded into many Windows products -- is the most commonly used communications tool among cybercriminals.
Mark Zuckerberg himself, the creator of Facebook and the fifth richest man in the world, just descended down to Earth to walk among us plebeians at the Facebook Developer Conference in San Jose.I was one of the mere mortals lucky enough to witness the power and strength of His Holiness as he gilded around the halls of the San Jose Convention Center, and let me tell you, it was amazing.Followed by press people and some well dressed security staff, Zuck very quickly walked around some of the booths here at the conference, and met with some Facebook fans.Mark told an adoring worshipper: “Sorry, I can’t do selfies.If I did a selfie I’d be doing a selfie with everybody.”While he walked around people ran up to Lord Zuck and humbly introduced themselves.
They complained, but they downloaded it anyway and immediately made Messenger the number one app in the App Store.Facebook says 1.2 billion people use Messenger every month, and they’re using it more than ever.David Marcus, Facebook’s VP of messaging products, recently told me that people once used Messenger to make first contact.Users would say hi, exchange numbers, then take things to text.Now, he says, people stay in Messenger because they find that easier and everyone is already there.Messenger, like all good messaging apps, has become incredibly sticky—which explains Facebook wants to cram every imaginable feature, idea, and experiment into it.
You can now save and organize photos on Instagram for everything from inspirational photos to shots of food you want to try.Pinterest isn’t the only platform for creating a modern mood board.On Monday, Instagram launched private collections, a way to not just save but organize photos for easy access later.The social media network launched the ability to privately save posts in December and the latest update brings a way to organize those posts instead of leaving them all in a single list.Organized collections is designed to make browsing saved posts a bit simpler.Instagram says 46 percent of users have saved at least one post since the feature launched late last year.
Lync & Co, the new automaker with Chinese money and manufacturing and Volvo's engineering resources, has just previewed its 03 Concept, a design prototype that is the second vehicle the startup has shown in just five months.Leaning heavily on the same styling language first established with the 01 Concept, the car is set to roll under the klieg lights at the Shanghai Motor Show this week, but for now, we've got these first images of the sedan.The car is expected to ride atop a similar chassis as the 01 crossover SUV, which means it likely employs a version of the Compact Modular Architecture shared with sister brand Volvo.The 03 Concept four-door looks similar in size to the 01 crossover, so it's reasonable to expect that it, too will be powered by a 1.5-liter turbocharged three-cylinder gas engine backed by an electric motor.Penned under the watchful eyes of superstar designer Peter Horbury, Executive Vice President Design at Geely Auto Group (who is best known for transforming Volvo's lineup), the 03 carries a similar nose graphic as the 01, including its unique fender-top headlamps and broad, narrow slit grille.Its overall proportions are quite traditional, yet rather sporty, particularly thanks to details like its blacked-out roof and complex five-spoke wheels.
After endless leaks, HTC finally took the wraps off the One X10, at least in Russia.The newest member to the One family comes with a whopping 4,000 mAh battery, which should give you near two days of usage according to the company.The device is priced at 19,990 Rubles or around $355.We started seeing leaks of the HTC One X10 back in January.Replacing the nearly one-year old One X9, the new midrange smartphone from the struggling Taiwanese company was long rumored to launch in the first quarter of 2017.Just a few days ago, we saw yet another leak, this time claiming that the One X10 would have a massive 4,000 mAh battery.
Now that we are well underway with spring, many companies are holding special sales for games and apps to welcome the season.That includes NVIDIA, who has just launched some big discounts on several Android games that have been optimized, or are exclusive, to its Shield Android TV set-top boxes, tablets and portable game consoles.Here’s a look at the games that are discounted by NVIDIA down to as much as 66 percent off their normal cost.The sale will last through April 16:Kingdom: New Lands (Normally $9.99, discount down to $6.99)Ultimate Chicken Horse (Normally $11.99, discount down to $5.99)
Being able to see when coming out of tunnels and recognizing when traffic lights are on are rather important for self-driving cars and this Sony sensor is making it happen.The first high-sensitivity camera sensor could be coming to cars as early as 2018.On Wednesday, Sony announced the commercialization of the industry’s first high-sensitivity CMOS sensor that is capable of seeing in only moonlight.The IMX390CQV is a 2.45-megapixel camera designed specifically for driving.The minimal megapixel design allows each pixel to gather more light, which means the sensor can perform in as low as 0.1 lux, which is about equal to moonlight.The sensor, which measures 1/2.7 inches, also adjusts the circuitry for enhanced light sensitivity, providing a 1.5 times boost in low-light visibility compared to other automotive cameras.
On Wednesday, Farfetch unveiled a new set of tools for retailers at its FarfetchOS event in London.Using the platform, stores will be equipped with a database that shares information around a customer’s past purchases, preferred brands and browsing behavior, which will help salespeople better personalize the in-store shopping experience.The platform will also help stores better manage inventory and order fulfillments, and drive foot traffic by offering buy online, pick up in store and in-store returns.“Customer recognition is important in this experience.”Farfetch, founded by José Neves in 2008, began aggregating inventory from independent boutiques in order to help small retailers increase sales by going online.In 2015, it opened Farfetch Black & White, a technology solution component powering the function and logistics of brands’ e-commerce sites, while letting them maintain control over their merchandise and customer relationships.
Even if you never install a tredjepartsapp there are ways for hackers to get sensitive information from your mobile.Researchers at Newcastle University in the Uk has published a report showing how the small movements that occur when you enter a pin code gives a rash in the sensitive accelerometers.the Researchers trained a neural networks to find patterns in the signals, which were connected to the number combinations, and the program could then guess the correct pin on the first attempt 70% of the time, and always within five attempts.In the Android required no special permission for apps and sites to read motion data, so the researchers were able to show how it is sufficient to open a page with their code and leave it open in a background tab to come across the pin codes and other.Apple and Mozilla updated their system last year so that the accelerometer requires a permit, but an app that pretends to do otherwise would be able to spy via the accelerometer.the Next step for the researchers is to examine the degree to which fitnessarmband also can spy on the user.
Sony's flagship a99 II is built to take sharp images in demanding situations.with this camera, the Sony satisfy a picky customer group.Pros and amateurs, which perhaps is spoiled with Canon's and Nikon's flaggskeppsmodeller or those who put their money on Sony's alpha series and need something better than the a99 – a camera from 2012 which has long since been overtaken by both rivals and Sony's one of the models.Here, Sony has tried to achieve a direct competitor to the Canon EOS 1Dx Mark II and the Nikon D5 on the one hand, and the EOS 5Dsr and the D810 on the other.in Order to succeed with it, Sony's engineers wisely built on the amazing image sensor with 42 megapixels from the a7r II and a hybrid autofocus system with as many as 399 fokussensorer, of which 79 are of the cross type.It requires the use of tvåhandsgrepp because using the left hand to it.
We’ve all been there, excited for our holiday, only to arrive and realise those hotel website snaps were 12 years out of date and even then taken from a flattering angle.The days of boxy hotel room surprises could soon be over, however, with internet booking agent Expedia reportedly working on VR hotel room experiences.Letting you try before you fly, the VR hotel rooms would let you get a better idea idea of the true size and layout of the booking before committing to a week in pokey room misery.All you’ll need to do is don a compatible VR headset and take a look around as if you were really there.According to Mashable, Expedia has already started trialling the tech, and demos are more interactive than you’d expect, letting users slide open doors using their controllers and even step out on to the room’s balcony.The holiday seller has claimed VR could be used to enhance other travel experiences too, such as for those booking a cruise.
PC gamers can finally try one of the best action game in recent history.Sega today released Bayonetta for PC via Steam.This followed a couple of weeks of teasing, including the release of an 8-bit Bayonetta game on Steam during April Fools’ Day and a mysterious countdown clock on Sega’s site.Bayonetta first released in 2010 for PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360.It received praise from gamers and critics for its stylish, combo-based action, but it was not a big sales hit.Nintendo published a sequel for the Wii U in 2014.That version came with a port of the original Bayonetta.But this PC release opens the action game to a larger PC audience.At $20, it could attract the attention of curious gamers who have heard good things about Bayonetta over the years.
I recently created a beast of a post on what SEO tasks should be included in a successful SEO website launch.It's broken into on page and off page SEO todos.Reduce the Amount of Server RequestsSet Up 301 Redirect via .htaccessGoogle Search Console & Bing Webmaster ToolsCreate and Publish Press Release
Twitter filed suit Thursday against the US government, asking a court to back its refusal to hand over the identities of users claiming to be dissenting federal employees.The lawsuit revealed that the Department of Homeland Security and US Customs and Border Protection had sought the unmasking of the @ALT_USCIS account holder who has been criticising President Donald Trump’s administration.The suit could portend a contentious battle between the social network and the US administration over efforts to crack down on government leaks.The account in question is purportedly run by one or more current employees of the US Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), a unit within Homeland Security.It is one of several “alternative” handles apparently created by government workers after Trump’s inauguration in January that have sometimes revealed data the new administration sought to suppress or remove from official websites.“The rights of free speech afforded Twitter’s users and Twitter itself under the First Amendment of the US Constitution include a right to disseminate such anonymous or pseudonymous political speech,” the lawsuit says.
The internet has disrupted music, radio, print - and its next big target is traditional TV.This week, YouTube has officially launched YouTube TV, their pay-TV alternative which incorporates a range of channels and services, filtered through YouTube’s app.As demonstrated in the video, for $35 per month YouTube TV will provide access to a wide range of channels, including ABC, CBS, FOX, NBC, ESPN, Fox Sports Networks, Comcast SportsNet and cable channels, including FX, USA, Disney Channel, Bravo, MSNBC, Fox News.You’ll also be able to add Showtime or Fox Soccer Plus for an additional charge.You’ll also be able to record an unlimited number of your favorite programs via YouTube’s ‘cloud DVR’, which you can keep for up to nine months, and you’ll have the convenience of being able to watch your content on any device – including the ability to stream to your home TV set via Google Chromecast (with support for more connected TV devices coming soon).But the offering itself doesn’t necessarily provide anything new – as noted by Recode, it’s essentially traditional TV in a new package.
Ubuntu is giving up on the Ubuntu phone, and the controversial Unity desktop interface is being killed alongside Canonical's dreams of a smartphone/PC convergence."Ubuntu desktop is going back to Gnome for Ubuntu 18.04 LTS," Canonical founder Mark Shuttleworth said in a blog post.That means Ubuntu will roll out with the Gnome desktop as the default interface in April 2018.Unity fans will still have a lot of time to enjoy the current default interface for Ubuntu.It's not clear if Unity will remain as an option after April 2018 or if it will be gone completely at that time.It's also possible that a community project could take over and keep Unity going, at least as a desktop interface.
Jarno Vanhatapios snabbväxande e-handelsbolag Na-kd värderades till närmare en halv miljard kronor efter den senaste kapitalrundan.Det Göteborgsbaserade bolaget grundades för knappt tre år sedan och säljer kläder, skor, accessoarer, smink och allt annat inom kvinnligt mode.Under sitt första verksamhetsår omsatte Na-kd cirka 160 miljoner kronor.Och enligt de senaste uppgifterna hade man en rullande årsomsättning på 220 Mkr, främst från egna varumärken.Nu tar Na-kd (NTL) in nya delägare, däribland det amerikanska riskkapitalbolaget FJ Labs, som tidigare i veckan även gick in i Fishbrain.Läs även: Uber-ägare investerar i Fishbrain
Detectify collects the knowledge of the known security vulnerabilities on the web in a single tool.With the help of it, their customers simply scan their websites for the gaps.But new security holes are discovered all the time, at the same time as the developers writing new code. the Security must therefore be supplied in a whole new way.Our services are integrated in the daily work, so that the new code tested immediately and automatically, " says Rickard Carlsson, ceo and co-founder.2016 began Detectify pay out the reward to hackers who discover new security vulnerabilities.