DJI Osmo Action Test: A worthy GoPro rival. Well-kept features like a small front display and HDR video make switching easy. According to James Trew, there are some glaring omissions, including GPS, limited voice control and basic social sharing options. But if you're looking for a GoPro alternative, the action is a good choice. For all the others, there are a few minor differences.
Fujifilm X-T30 Test: Street Photography and 4K Video Champion
If you have the budget for a mid-range camera, the 26.1-megapixel X-T30 delivers the same image quality as the X-T3 and the for a whole 600 US dollars less. It has excellent handling, fast recording speeds and autofocus performance close to that of the Sony A6400. The big advantage is the video, because the X-T30 delivers crisp 4K cinematic signals with an external 10-bit output and a USB headphone jack. The main drawbacks are a lack of body stabilization, a smaller battery and a single UHS I card slot. Steve Dent tests it out.
SpaceX will try (again) tonight to launch a rocket with 60 Starlink Internet satellites.
Now SpaceX can be reliably reused Part of Falcon's planets plan is to launch a network of satellites offering broadband Internet services worldwide. Now we know more about how each Starlink satellite will work. Now we just have to bring her up. A start attempt last night was scrubbed due to strong winds in the upper layers. So we're waiting for the backup startup window, which will open tonight at 10:30 pm ET.
Parent's Guide to Educating a Good Digital Citizen
Being a good digital citizen means being responsible: educating and engaging your and your children about the digital world in a positive way, and challenging them So use technology as a tool to make the world a bit brighter (and not in a post-apocalyptic neon-fungal-cloud style). But how do children learn digital citizenship? Likewise, they learn how to be a good citizen: they look at good examples and practice.
The trailer for the fifth season of" Black Mirror "has Miley Cyrus and an Ego-stroking robot
Black Mirror is back. This time it's not an interactive affair, but you can expect three new stories at the beginning of next month.
Google recalls Titan security key due to Bluetooth vulnerability
A security vulnerability exists Connecting via Bluetooth has announced a recall for some of its Titan Security Keys to Google Due to its proximity, it is likely that owners will still be safer using the devices for login and phishing protection than not using them, but this is Example of why others have decided to use Bluetooth for their hardware key in favor of NFC or U Avoid SB.
"Live and die in LA" shows how much Google knows about you.
Ten years after Google overturned the location switch, we live in a sea of information where a podcast journalist conveniently tracks the explicit movements of a stranger charged with murder in California from his own cell phone can.
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