Ransomware Interrupted The Weather Channel Morning Show
On Thursday morning, from 6:00 am to 7:39 am, viewers were unable to retrieve any useful weather information from the weather channel. The TV network had to broadcast a recorded program instead of broadcasting its morning show AMHQ because it suffered a security breach that left it from the air. The network said it had problems due to a "malicious software attack", which the FBI explained to the Wall Street Journal with the all too familiar ransomware attack.
Google and Amazon end their ridiculous streaming video puck
A Tiff running since late 2017 is finally over. YouTube will be available on Amazon Fire TV in the coming months, and Amazon Prime Video will also work with Chromecast and Android TV devices. Note: This only applies to Fire TV devices – an official YouTube app for the Echo Show is not yet planned. And there's no YouTube app planned for Amazon Fire tablets.
Both Google and Amazon launched ad-supported music streaming for their smart speakers
If you do not want to pay for a music subscription, but you want to stream music from the cloud to your smart device, Spotify and Pandora are not your only options. Yesterday, Google announced a free version of YouTube Music available on Google Home devices – with ads. Later, Amazon revealed that Alexa has access to a free catalog of Amazon Music – including advertising.
Russia worked hard to recruit social media users to campaign for Trump
Yesterday published – on CD-ROM – shows the report of Special Adviser Robert Mueller entitled "The investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election", As the IRA has created thousands of accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Tumblr to contribute to the "support of the Trump campaign and resistance to the candidate [Hillary] Clinton." To create.
Fitbit Versa Lite Review
According to Cherlynn Low, this is a powerful fitness tracker thanks to its long battery life and robust training features. However, if you can get a quicker and better idea of the price of two dinners, it's hard to justify buying the limited Fitbit Lite.
The SeeingVR Toolkit by Microsoft uses software to emulate bifocal
Virtual reality can mean a rush to the senses, but not to blurred vision. Microsoft researchers are trying to solve this problem by using a toolkit for Unity VR developers to help visually impaired people. As vision problems vary from individual to individual, Microsoft's research team chose a kit approach, allowing players to customize their experiences. The kit includes a bifocal lens, a magnifying glass, controls for adjusting brightness and contrast, edge enhancement and depth measurements. There is also support for reading text or audio descriptions that are in a particular scene.
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