Ransomware canceled Weather Channel morning show
Thursday morning, from. From 06:00 to 07:39, viewers could not learn any useful weather information from the Weather Channel. The TV network had to show a loss program instead of sending the morning show AMHQ because it suffered a security breach that took off the air. The network explained that there were problems due to a "malicious software attack", which the FBI told The Wall Street Journal took the form of the over-known ransomware attack.
Google and Amazon quit their ridiculous streaming video spat
A tiff that has run since the end of 2017 is finally over. YouTube will be available on Amazon's Four TVs in the coming months, and the Amazon Prime video will also work with Chromecast and Android TVs. Note: This only applies to Four TVs – there are still no plans for an official YouTube app on the Echo Show. And there's no YouTube app planned for Amazon's fire tablets.
Google and Amazon launched both ad-supported music streams for their smart speakers
If you don't want to pay for music subscriptions but you want to stream melodies from the cloud to the 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 showed that Alexa has access to a free directory from Amazon Music – also with ads.
Russia worked hard to recruit social media The users of the campaign for Trump
Published yesterday – on the CD-ROM report of Special Adviser Robert Mueller, entitled "The Survey of Russian Disturbance in the 2016 Presidential election", highlights how the IRA created Thousands of accounts on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and Tumblr to post in "Support for the Trump Campaign and Opposition to Candidate [Hillary] Clinton."
Fitbit Versa Lite review
According to Cherlynn Low, this is a skilled training track, thanks to long battery life and robust training features. But when you can get one faster, look better at the price of two dinners, it is difficult to justify buying the limited Fitbit Lite.
Microsoft's SeeingVR Toolkit uses Emulation Bypass Software
The virtual reality can be a rush to the senses, but not if you have vision problems. Microsoft researchers are attempting to solve this problem through a Unity VR Developer Toolkit to help low-vision players. Since visibility issues vary from individuals, the research team at Microsoft decided on a kit approach so that players can customize their experience. The kit includes a bifocal lens, a magnifying glass, controls for adjusting for brightness and contrast, edge enhancement and depth measurements. There is also support for reading text aloud or audio descriptions of what is in a particular scene.
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