Last week, Checkpoint Security released a report detailing bit of malware that was hidden inside a number of apps readily available on the Google Play Store. Dubbed AdultSwine, the malware was found on the Play Store, hidden inside of a number of games and apps aimed at children – and were downloaded between 3 and 7 million times.
According to sources, Canon is busy with a survey that has been sent out to photographers, asking them what they would consider to be the features that would make a new mirrorless camera a “compelling” purchase for them.
Over the years, Facebook has transitioned from a place you might head to connect with friends you don’t necessarily hang out with in a physical space – to a place you go to, to be blasted with adverts, fake news and cat videos. That's changing.
For years now, peripheral makers have tried to up video game immersion through the use of absolutely unnecessary, largely pointless extras. We’ve seen vests that simulate the feeling of being shot, controllers shaped like chainsaws, ambient, colour-changing lights and a goddamned inflatable raft to play Kinect adventures in.
None of this stuff has ever really caught on in any sort of mainstream, commercially successful way.
could Vortc change that?
In case you missed the news over the holidays, the callow and callous YouTube star Logan Paul uploaded a video where he discovered the body of a man who had recently committed suicide. After millions of views and severe backlash, Paul (And not YouTube!) took the video down, saying that he’d be taking a bit of time to reflect. YouTube has finally doled out a reprimand.
Officially debuting at CES 2018, the latest Cintiq Pros come in two massive flavours: A 32-inch tablet that’ll cost you $3300 and a 24 incher that roll back your bank account to the tune of $2000. Both tablets pack in edge-to-edge 4K displays, pack in one billion colours and support for the Pro Pen 2 Stylus.
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