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Displaying items by tag: Images

Check Point Research, the threat intelligence arm of Israeli security outfit Check Point Software Technologies, has disclosed details of a remotely exploitable vulnerability in the popular photo- and video-sharing app Instagram, that has close to a billion users.

Published in Security

Meural, meural on the wall, whose artful canvas is the fairest of all? Well, Netgear's Meural Canvas brings the world's art to your home, while we can speak well of its top-notch routers and Alexa Orbi speaker.

Published in Home Tech

Walls of text just aren't cutting it for today's millennials, whose super stimulated visual cortexes seem to work much, much better when photos and videos tell the bigger story.

Published in Business Software
Monday, 19 February 2018 12:06

More theatrics from Google, this time it's images

Google often indulges in theatrics, where it pretends that it is doing what it is required to do. In reality, the 800-lb search gorilla is laughing heartily at having apparently hoodwinked everyone.

Published in Open Sauce

If you’re a professional photographer and/or videographer working with RAW images and 4K video saved to XQD 2.0 cards, you’ll want to read about Lexar’s new reader!

Published in Home Tech

AVG’s latest Digital Diaries Study shows tweens are digitally doctoring their images before sharing online, leading to potentially damaging consequences for young girls and boys.

Published in Home Tech

Got Getty? If you want millions of legally, easily shareable and embeddable images via mobile devices for non-commercial, social media use, Getty’s free iOS 8 app is one you might want to get.

Published in Mobility
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 11:43

Twitter becomes "more visual"

Twitter has introduced sweeping changes to the way it looks today, making the service "more visual" in a bid to better compete with photo-sharing services like Instagram.

Published in Mobility

Words, links and addresses that have to be typed by hand - fortunately, this has become a thing of the past: without copy and paste, working on the computer would be much more cumbersome. Now, this well-known principle will be given a general overhaul. Axonic Informationssysteme GmbH from Karlsruhe, Germany is launching click.to, a tool that will revolutionize the way we work on PC desktops, in July 2011. Steps that once had to be repeated hundreds of times daily are now reduced to a single click.

Oh Bing, all ye searchers, visual and triumphant, oh search ye, oh search ye, visually with Bing. Come and besearch Bing, be the King of Bing, O come, let us adore Bing, O come let us adore Bing, O come let us adore Bing, Christ this intro's a stretch.

Published in Home Tech
Wednesday, 18 November 2009 03:51

Google Image Swirl puts a spin on image search

Google's experimental Image Swirl puts a new spin on finding similar images. A visual interface clusters similar images.
Published in Home Tech
Monday, 13 July 2009 16:27

Spammers exploit Michael Jackson death

Spammers and malicious code authors have created and launched several new spam and malware campaigns using the death of Michael Jackson as a cover for their infected emails.

Published in Security
Teenagers need to be much more aware of the legal and potential criminal implications of sexting – sending inappropriate images – of themselves over the Internet to friends, or even placing their photos on social networking sites like Facebook, according to a cyber safety expert.

Published in Security




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