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Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Robotic companions and computer-aided karaoke

Check out our roundup of the best new crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You may not be able to buy this stuff yet, but it's fun to gawk! The post Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Robotic companions and computer-aided karaoke appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Cars, Computing, Emerging Tech, Gaming, Health & Fitness, Home Theater, Mobile, Outdoors, Photography, Smart Home, Wearables


Photography News: Meet the beer that processes film and the first pinhole zoom

Who knew the photography world need film-processing beer and a zooming pinhole lens? Find them among the oddities announced in this week's photography news. SuperEight is a beer with the acidity and Vitamin C ideal for developing film. The post Photography News: Meet the beer that processes film and the first pinhole zoom appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: News, Photography, Beer, Camera Film, Capture One, Dji


The Tacs Nato-Lens is a watch for those who live life through a camera lens

Not all watches have to be round, or connect to your phone. The Tacs Nato-Lens is a stylish piece of wristwear with a design inspired by classic SLR cameras, making it a geeky timepiece for the camera and watch fan. The post The Tacs Nato-Lens is a watch for those who live life through a camera lens appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Photography, Wearables, Baselworld 2019, Camera, Nato-Lens, Tacs, Watch


A Facebook, Instagram bug exposed millions of passwords to its employees

Facebook, Facebook Lite, and Instagram passwords weren't properly encrypted and could be viewed by employees, the company said Thursday. The network estimates millions of users were affected. The post A Facebook, Instagram bug exposed millions of passwords to its employees appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Facebook, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Web, Facebook Instagram, Facebook Bug, Facebook Facebook Lite, Facebook password


Facebook employees had unfettered access to hundreds of millions of users' unencrypted passwords for years (FB)

Facebook employees had access to hundreds of millions of users' passwords — for years. Users' passwords were being stored in an unencrypted format, and reportedly were accessible by 20,000 workers at the company. Facebook says it hasn't found any evidence of misuse of the data. It's the latest privacy scandal to hit the besieged tech firm. Facebook stored hundreds of millions of users' passwords in a format easily readable by its employees for years, in the latest security scandal to hit the ...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Silicon Valley, Andreessen Horowitz, Brian Krebs, Signal, Facebook Lite, Samsung Galaxy, Krebs, Cambridge Analytica


Beto O'Rourke sounds off on big tech companies like Facebook, Twitter, and Google, says government needs to treat them 'a little bit more like a utility'

Beto O'Rourke, the 2020 presidential candidate and former congressman from Texas, responded to a question about breaking up the big tech companies on Wednesday. O'Rourke, who officially entered the race on March 14, has emerged as a fundraising frontrunner, raking in $6.1 million in 24 hours. O'Rourke was asked about Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren's calls to break up the big tech companies — Google, Facebook, Amazon, and others — by CNN national reporter Eric Bradner. For O'Rourke the "be...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Texas, Instagram, America, Trends, Cnn, New Hampshire, Iowa, PAC, Warren, Amy Klobuchar, Sen Ted Cruz, Facebook Twitter, Rourke


Kylie Cosmetics, Nike, and Zara want shoppers to buy their products right on Instagram. Here's the full list of retailers that are giving early access to the game-changing service. (FB)

Instagram launched a checkout button this week, allowing users to shop without ever leaving the platform.  Checkout on Instagram is currently being beta-tested with 23 brands.  Instagram has partnered with some of the buzziest names in retail, including Kylie Cosmetics, Zara, and Outdoor Voices. You can now shop on Instagram without ever leaving the app.  On Tuesday, Instagram announced it had launched "Checkout on Instagram." Shoppers can tap an Instagram photo to see a "Checkout on Instagra...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Zara, Instagram Here, Kylie Cosmetics Nike, Kylie Cosmetics Zara, Instagram page Checkout on Instagram, Anastasia Beverly Hills Instagram, Balmain Instagram


The Red Hydrogen One: Absolutely everything you need to know

The Red Hydrogen One was first announced in 2017 and has been delayed a few times since then. Now, the Red Hydrogen One is finally available, featuring a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, 6GB of RAM, and 128GB of storage. The post The Red Hydrogen One: Absolutely everything you need to know appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, Smartphone, Red, RED Hydrogen One


Apple News jitters, Instagram goes shopping, and chatbots rise again

Hello! Thanks for subscribing. If you got this newsletter forwarded, sign up for your own here. In less than a week, Apple is set to announce a range of services including an all-you-can-read subscription news bundle, and it’s causing a lot of angst for publishers already worried about big tech eating media. I talked to publishers who were pitched by Apple, and they say the phone maker is basing the business model on a flawed comparison between news and music. To date, The New York Times and Th...
Tags: Apple, Google, Verizon, Facebook, Instagram, Washington Post, North Korea, Trends, Comcast, New York Times, Alex Gibney, Wall Street Journal, Xfinity, Lance Armstrong, Elizabeth Holmes, Alaska Airlines


Sony’s latest sensor is stacked, backlit, and equipped with a global shutter

Say this five times fast: Backlit, stacked, global shutter sensor. Sony managed to cram all three technologies into one sensor. The result is a high-speed sensor with a higher resolution without sacrificing low-light quality. The post Sony’s latest sensor is stacked, backlit, and equipped with a global shutter appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Sony, Global Shutter, Camera Sensor, Stacked Sensor


You can now shop from brands including Kylie Cosmetics, Nike, and Zara on Instagram — here's the list (FB)

Instagram launched a checkout button this week, allowing users to shop without ever leaving the platform.  Checkout on Instagram is currently being beta-tested with 23 brands.  Instagram has partnered with some of the buzziest names in retail, including Kylie Cosmetics, Zara, and Outdoor Voices. You can now shop on Instagram without ever leaving the app.  On Tuesday, Instagram announced it had launched "Checkout on Instagram." Shoppers can tap an Instagram photo to see a "Checkout on Instagra...
Tags: Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Zara, Kylie Cosmetics Nike, Kylie Cosmetics Zara, Instagram page Checkout on Instagram, Anastasia Beverly Hills Instagram, Balmain Instagram


The best color laser printers for 2019

Color laser printers have improved dramatically over the years, and today's models offer both blazing print speeds and great image quality. Here are our favorite color laser printers, from massive all-in-ones to smaller budget options. The post The best color laser printers for 2019 appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, Trends, Computing, Printing, Printers, Buying Guides, Best Of Everything, Color Laser Printers


Insta-checkout? New Instagram service lets you shop without leaving the platform

Shopping on Instagram no longer means leaving the platform to checkout in a web browser. Instagram checkout launched in beta today with a handful of retailers, allowing users to checkout without leaving the app. The post Insta-checkout? New Instagram service lets you shop without leaving the platform appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Online Shopping, Instagram Shopping


Paper designs digitize in real time using an Illustrator-connected paper tablet

Love graphic design, but prefer the feel of real paper? The new Moleskine Paper Tablet - Creative Cloud Connected syncs with Adobe Illustrator in real time, turning paper sketches into digital drawings. The post Paper designs digitize in real time using an Illustrator-connected paper tablet appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Moleskine, Graphic Design, Adobe Illustrator, Paper Tablet


'It helps Facebook further fortify its walled garden': Instagram is testing in-app checkout to make shopping more seamless, but experts say it has a bigger agenda

Instagram is rolling out a checkout button to make it easier for people to shop from the platform. The function is being beta-tested with 20 brands, including Adidas, Burberry, MAC Cosmetics, Michael Kors, Nike, Warby Parker, and Zara.  It shows how Instagram has been making shopping a bigger priority in recent months and is also an attempt by the company to gather more data, say experts. The move could threaten companies like Curalate that have built businesses on bridging the gap between br...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Zara, Warby Parker, Michael Kors, Facebook Instagram, Instagram Instagram, Instagram for Shopping, Huynh, Phillip Huynh, Essence North America, Adidas Burberry MAC Cosmetics Michael Kors Nike, Meghan Myszkowski, Linz Shelton


Nvidia’s A.I. Playground lets you edit photos, experience deep learning research

Nvidia is making it easier to access information on deep learning research. It has launched an online space with three demos for image editing, styling, as well as photorealistic image synthesis.  The post Nvidia’s A.I. Playground lets you edit photos, experience deep learning research appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Trends, Computing, Nvidia, Emerging Tech, A.I


YouTube's human moderators couldn't stem the deluge of Christchurch massacre videos, so YouTube benched them

YouTube said videos of the mass shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, were being uploaded at an "unprecedented" speed last Friday. YouTube's Chief Product Officer Neal Mohan told The Washington Post that his team removed human moderators, instead letting AI unilaterally block videos. Even then not everything was caught, as users got around the machine by adding watermarks, cutting together clips, or in some cases even animating people in the video. Mohan said YouTube's processe...
Tags: Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Youtube, Trends, Bloomberg, New Zealand, The Washington Post, Christchurch, Mohan, Sarah Frier, Christchurch New Zealand, Neal Mohan, On Sunday Facebook, Post YouTube, Washington Post YouTube


Facebook analysts are sounding off on executive turnover, privacy, and regulation (FB)

Facebook shares fell Monday after a handful of Wall Street analysts expressed concern over the company's recent management changes as well as regulation- and privacy-related uncertainty. Needham downgraded its rating from "buy" to "hold," pointing in part to violent images of the New Zealand shooting uploaded to the site. Bank of America Merrill Lynch lowered its price target, citing the possible "revenue impact of a more privacy centric platform." Watch Facebook trade live. Facebook shares ...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Post, Instagram, US, Trends, New Zealand, Zuckerberg, Martin, Cox, Chris Cox, Needham, Bank of America Merrill Lynch, Laura Martin, Watch Facebook, Justin Post


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Monday. Tech firms scrambled to keep dozens of copies of videos showing the New Zealand mosque shooting off their platforms. YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter struggled to stop users ripping and uploading copies of the original video, and the distressing footage was easily discoverable the day after the incident. Facebook, facing huge criticism over live streaming, says it removed 1.5 million videos of the New Zealand shooting in 24 ho...
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Spotify, Instagram, North Korea, Trends, Andreessen, New Zealand, Andreessen Horowitz, Wall Street Journal, Alexa, Marc Andreessen, Kim Jong, Chris Cox


14 of the most important early Facebook employees — and where they are now

On March 14, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the departure of two key executives: chief product officer Chris Cox and head of WhatsApp Chris Daniels. Cox and Daniels join a long list of Facebook employees who have left the company. We took a look at where 14 of the most important Facebook employees throughout the company's history are now. On March 14, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the departure of Chris Cox , chief product officer and longtime employee of Facebook. Cox joined th...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Congress, Trends, Harvard, Harvard University, New York Stock Exchange, Chris Hughes, Andrew Bosworth, Zuckerberg, Cox, Dustin Moskovitz, Daniels, Chris Cox, Angelo


Instagram has avoided Facebook's trust problem, beating its parent as app of choice for Generation Z

In the twelve months since the Cambridge Analytica scandal broke in March 2018, Facebook has experienced some major upheavals. According to a survey commissioned by Business Insider the social network has lost favour with users aged 18-25, who prefer Instagram. Some cited privacy concerns as a reason, but for the many the platform has simply become boring. Luckily for Facebook, it owns Instagram.   Exactly a year ago, the news broke that Facebook had enabled the mass, possibly illegal, collec...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, India, Trends, Jeff Bezos, Instagram Facebook, UK US, Cambridge Analytica, Facebook Messenger Instagram, Cambridge Analytica Scandal, Streetbees, Instagram Some


Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Write music with your voice, make homemade cheese

Check out our roundup of the best new crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You may not be able to buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk! The post Awesome Tech You Can’t Buy Yet: Write music with your voice, make homemade cheese appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Mobile, Gaming, Wearables, Photography, Cars, Trends, Computing, Home Theater, Smart Home, Health & Fitness, Emerging Tech


Photography News: Taking a smartphone photo probably saved this guy’s life

A man was snapping a photo in Australia when the smartphone stopped an arrow shot at his face. In this week's photography news, see Canon's plans for a stabilized mirrorless, Hasselblad's newest accessories, Samyang's latest lens, and more. The post Photography News: Taking a smartphone photo probably saved this guy’s life appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Photography, News, Australia, Trends, Canon, Hasselblad, Samyang, Photography News


Why SAP CEO Bill McDermott signs his emails 'XO, Bill' since buying Utah startup Qualtrics for $8 billion cash (SAP)

If you get an email from SAP CEO Bill McDermott these days, you'll see him sign it "XO, Bill." But he's not sending hugs and kisses. He's reminding his people why he spent $8 billion cash to buy Utah software company, Qualtrics, last fall and facing down criticism that price he paid was too high.  McDermott recently outlined the virtues of the deal just as SAP began handing out pink slips worldwide.  These days SAP CEO Bill McDermott signs his emails. "XO, Bill," he tells Business Insider. Bu...
Tags: Apple, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Utah, Instagram, Microsoft, Steve Jobs, Ipo, Trends, ERP, Salt Lake City, Deloitte, Bill, Smith, Sap


Sony says it has 7 years of Marvel movies mapped out — here are all the details on what to expect

Sony will be the only studio besides Disney to own film rights to Marvel characters after the Disney-Fox merger closes. Sony Pictures Television chairman Mike Hopkins told Variety this week that Sony has " the next seven or eight years laid out" for its Marvel universe. The franchise found new life last year with the success of "Venom," which grossed $855 million worldwide. Come next week, only two movie studios will own film rights to Marvel Comics characters. Disney, which owns Marvel, i...
Tags: Hollywood, Instagram, Disney, Trends, Fox, Sony, Deadpool, Marvel Comics, Sony Pictures Television, Jared Leto, Marvel Studios, Mike Hopkins, Variety, Ralph, Safe House, Sam Raimi


A red flag in a Facebook exec's goodbye letter shows there's bad blood over Mark Zuckerberg's radical privacy plan

Facebook on Thursday announced that its chief product officer, Chris Cox, and Chris Daniels, the head of WhatsApp, were leaving the company. A telling line in Cox's goodbye letter suggests there were significant disagreements over Mark Zuckerberg's plan to pivot Facebook to privacy. This was backed up by a report in The New York Times, which said there were frustrations over Zuckerberg's vision for the company. Facebook sprang a surprise Thursday when CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced that anothe...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Trends, New York Times, The Times, Silicon Valley, Ben Horowitz, Kevin Systrom, Sheryl Sandberg, Marc Andreessen, Zuckerberg, Samsung Galaxy, Mark, Cox, Daniels


This red flag in a Facebook exec's goodbye letter shows there's bad blood over Mark Zuckerberg's radical privacy plan

Facebook announced on Thursday that chief product officer Chris Cox and Chris Daniels, the head of WhatsApp, are leaving the company. There was telling line in Cox's goodbye letter that suggests there were significant disagreements over Mark Zuckerberg's plan to pivot Facebook to privacy. This was backed up by a report in The New York Times, which said there were frustrations over Zuckerberg's vision for the company. Facebook sprung a surprise on Thursday when Mark Zuckerberg announced that a...
Tags: Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg, Instagram, Trends, New York Times, Silicon Valley, Ben Horowitz, Times, Kevin Systrom, Sheryl Sandberg, Cto, Marc Andreessen, Zuckerberg, Mark, Cox, Daniels


Facebook explains its worst outage as 3 million users head to Telegram

Facebook, if you didn't already know it, suffered a bit of an issue on Wednesday. An issue that took down not only its social networking site, but also Instagram, WhatsApp, and Messenger. On Thursday it offered an explanation. The post Facebook explains its worst outage as 3 million users head to Telegram appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Mobile, Facebook, News, Instagram, Trends, Social Media, Web, Whatsapp, Outage


Apple's iCloud is back to normal after experiencing technical problems with some of its services (AAPL)

Apple's iCloud service experienced an issue that prevented some users from accessing services like iCloud Drive and Find My iPhone. The outage came just after Facebook suffered one of its worst technical outages on Wednesday.  Apple's iCloud service is back to normal after it suffered an outage that affected several products on Thursday, making it the latest tech company to experience a high-profile outage this week. Apple's iCloud status web page indicates the issue persisted between 11 a.m....
Tags: Apple, Google, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Nintendo, Aapl, Business Insider Apple


Apple's iCloud is experiencing technical problems with some of its services (AAPL)

Apple's iCloud service is experiencing an issue that's preventing some users from accessing services like iCloud Drive and Find My iPhone. The outage comes just after Facebook suffered one of its worst technical outages on Wednesday.  Apple's iCloud service appeared to be suffering outages affecting several products on Thursday, the latest tech company to suffer a high-profile outage this week. Apple's iCloud status web page says there are "issues" with several products and notes that users m...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Facebook, Instagram, Trends, Aapl



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