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What does your eyewear and this futuristic keyboard have in common? The acetate!

There’s something so futuristic about Tim Zarki’s Lapis Keyboard. One look at it, and it’s like none of the other conventional keyboards on the market, even though there’s no stark difference to other keyboards. The secret probably lies in the fact that Zarki used machined acetate to create the keyboard. You might be familiar with machined acetate, as it’s commonly used in the production of eyewear. But to craft a keyboard? Not a very common usage of it.The machined acetate was used to manufactu...
Tags: Design, Technology, Mechanical Keyboard, Product Design, Tim Zarki, Lapis Keyboard, Zarki

Fog Armed Security Systems – They Can’t Steal What They Can’t See !!!

Fog Armed Security Systems – They Can’t Steal What They Can’t See !!! Facts: A burglary occurs every 13 seconds in the U.S. 88 % of all burglaries are residential in nature. 77% of all crimes are property crimes. 3 out Read more… The post Fog Armed Security Systems – They Can’t Steal What They Can’t See !!! appeared first on Internet Marketing, Guest Post, B2B Marketing, Latest Technology, SEM, SEO Tips.
Tags: Technology, Hardware, Seo, Devices, Innovation, Security Systems

Violent men are to blame, not Tinder. But online dating comes with risk | Barbara Ellen

After the horrific murder of Grace Millane, it’s worth reflecting on safety measures for datingWomen, please never feel that you have to be “cool” about dating strangers you meet online.The killer of Grace Millane has been jailed for life, a minimum of 17 years, for strangling her to death in a hotel room in Auckland, New Zealand, after a Tinder date, the night before her 22nd birthday. Afterwards, the man, whose name has been suppressed, watched porn and took intimate “trophy” photos of the Bri...
Tags: Technology, Tinder, Life and style, UK News, World news, Asia Pacific, New Zealand, Online Dating, Auckland, Barbara Ellen, Auckland New Zealand, Grace Millane

Who made and owns TikTok?

With 1.5 billion users, this makes TikTok the most popular social media app in the world right now, but who owns the short form video sharing app and is your personal information on the app safe? TikTok is the number one (non-gaming) app in the world, but the app largely remains a mystery to those outside of Gen Z. After the death of Vine in 2016, ByteDance were quick to fill the void with a similar short form video app, largely focused around lip-syncing. Chinese company ByteDance, ...
Tags: Video, Music, Technology, Safety, Parents, Children, Internet, China, Censorship, Social Media, Startup, Data, Sharing, App, World, Chinese

SONY Launches New Music Video That You Can Not See

To encourage corneas donations, Wunderman Thompson, a WPP agency, Sony, and the renowned Argentine musician Dante Spinetta created a video clip in collaboration with INCUCAI (Argentina´s best known NGO for organ donation). The video can only be seen on mobile devices if it is aimed at the eyes of another person. When you don't aim it directly at another person’s eyes, the images are blurred, and the person sees saturated colors and shadows.Through this technological and artistic innovation, Wund...
Tags: New York, Technology, Advertising, Sony, Argentina, WPP, Juan, Dany Minaker, Gloria J, Wunderman Thompson, Wunderman Thompson Argentina, Dante Spinetta, Tokyyto, MATIAS MARTTYCOPYWRITER, JAVIER CORRADEVELOPER, ROXANA FONTANAPR

Firebird III: One Of The Most Intriguing And Influential Concept Cars Of General Motors

GM built the Firebird III in 1958 and debuted it at Motorama in 1959. It is another extravagant concept with a fiberglass body and no fewer than seven short wings and tail fins (which were tested extensively in a wind tunnel). h/t: The car is a two-seater powered by a 225 hp (168 kW) Whirlfire GT-305 gas turbine engine, with a two-cylinder 10 hp (7.5 kW) gasoline engine to run all the... Source
Tags: Design, Technology, Cars, General Motors, Gm, Retro, Concept, 1960s, Motorama, Firebird

Amazon to donate to drug charity linked to Scientology

Exclusive: experts have queried methods of Narconon, which has given talks in UK schoolsAmazon has agreed to channel funds to a controversial drug rehabilitation charity linked to the Church of Scientology, the Guardian has learned.The web giant will make donations to Narconon – which runs programmes for drug addicts based on the teachings of the Scientology founder, L Ron Hubbard – when supporters buy products through the site, with shoppers able to pledge 0.5% of purchases to selected charitie...
Tags: Amazon, UK, Technology, Education, Drugs, Religion, Society, UK News, US news, Schools, Drugs policy, Scientology, Ron Hubbard, David Nutt, Church of Scientology the Guardian

TikTok viral stars could make up to $1m per post, say researchers

Video app’s most popular users could rake in millions by collaborating with brandsTeenagers used to aspire to become astronauts, firefighters, footballers or pop stars, but times change and so do career goals. Today, more than half of millennials and Generation Z-ers – those aged 13-38 – in the US aspire to become social media influencers, .The Chinese viral video app TikTok is the platform of choice for young people seeking to monetise their talents because it seen as rewarding anyone’s abilit...
Tags: Business, Technology, Instagram, US, Tiktok

Sharp Increase in Exposed Records by Third-Party Applications

Sharp Increase in Exposed Records by Third-Party Applications Businesses are finding themselves at severe risk from Third-party applications and services.  Vetting of these services and restrictions on what data they can access is the primary reason.  Cybercriminals will always go for the weakest...
Tags: Security, Updates, Cloud, Business, Technology, Privacy, Internet, Sem, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, Hacking, Hacks, Applications, Scam, Data Sharing, Data Storage

Iranian Hackers Exploit VPNs Worldwide

Iranian Hackers Exploit VPNs Worldwide Last year major companies that make VPN servers were found to have security holes in them and now it appears according to a recent report that government cyber hackers from Iran have been exploiting these publicly announced security holes so they could gain e...
Tags: Security, Updates, Business, Technology, Networking, Privacy, Internet, Iran, Sem, Cybersecurity, Exploit, Anonymity, Vpn, Backdoor, Iranian Hackers, Threats

Four States Use A Flaw Filled Mobile Voting App

Four States Use A Flaw Filled Mobile Voting App Creating a secure voting application is near to impossible.  WIth hackers right on the tails of technology working to thwart every advantage, it will be a long while until we can create an app that could assure the authenticity of our elections.  Dif...
Tags: Security, Mobile, Apps, Politics, Elections, Technology, Privacy, Internet, Government, Sem, Malware, Cybersecurity, Cybercrime, Mobile Phones, Hacking, Hackers

First Drive: Audi's Electric Torque Vectoring

Torque vectoring - sending more power to specific wheels to improve handling - isn't new, but it's usually done mechanically. For its upcoming e-tron S, Audi's doing it with electric motors. Find out more in my story over at the National Post ( [Author: Jil McIntosh]
Tags: Technology, Electric Vehicles, Autos, Audi, National Post, Jil McIntosh

Canadian Privacy Commissioners to Investigate Creepy Facial Recognition Firm Clearview AI

Canadian authorities are investigating shady face recognition company Clearview AI on the grounds that its scraping of billions of photos from the web might violate privacy laws, Reuters reported on Friday.Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Privacy, Surveillance, Canada, Facial Recognition, Biometrics, Mass Surveillance, Reuters, Face Recognition, Clearview AI

The Lawyer’s Greatest Contribution To Modern Society

As they say, annoyance is the mother of invention.
Tags: Technology, Law, Trivia Question of the Day

Atrium Pivots Away From The Shadow Of Clearspire

Surprise attorney layoffs echo a prominent legal tech failure of the past.
Tags: Technology, Law

Private Equity Firm Trying to Take Over .Org Registry Pinkie Swears to Only Be Sort of Evil for a Limited Time

There’s no good reason for the nonprofit Internet Society’s Public Interest Registry, which controls .org registration across the planet, to be sold off to private equity vampires that exist only to suck value out of other ventures. But that’s slated to happen, and buyer Ethos Capital is trying to sweeten the deal by…Read more...
Tags: Science, Technology, Internet, Domain Registration, Icann, Internet Society, Public Interest Registry, Org, Ethos, Ghouls, Non Profits, Ethos Capital, Ghouls Of Late Capitalism, Internet Society 's Public Interest Registry

Should This Lodging Chain Be Sued For Sending Sale Text Messages?

A law firm in Miami is currently seeking members to join a class action lawsuit against Meliá Hotels USA, which allegedly engaged in a telemarketing scheme that resulted in the distribution of automated text — or short message service — messages advertising... The post Should This Lodging Chain Be Sued For Sending Sale Text Messages? appeared first on The Gate.
Tags: Travel, Technology, Lawsuits, Miami, Hotels And Lodging, Meliá Hotels USA

DOT ORG DRAMA: New promises from private equity firm trying to buy up .org

Ethos, the private equity firm owned by Republican billionaires that is trying to buy the rights to operate the internet’s .org domain range, said on Friday it will cap price hikes, and will agree to create an advisory board with veto powers to partly address some of the concerns of the nonprofit community. Boing Boing's Cory Doctorow and Jason Weisberger wrote previously about this story on Boing Boing, for those catching up: • ICANN hits pause on the sale of .ORG to Republican billionaires...
Tags: Post, Business, Usa, Technology, News, California, Tech, Icann, Tech News, Republican, Cory Doctorow, Jason Weisberger, American Bible Society, Public Interest Registry, Org, Ethos Capital

Facebook allows pro-Bloomberg posts from paid staffers, may change that now

Facebook is reportedly considering making it just a wee bit clearer that pro-Bloomberg political campaign posts come from paid staffers on Michael Bloomberg's political campaign. Yes, 2020 is bonkers. Facebook is considering ways to show when a paid campaign staffer shares a political post on the site, reports Julia Boorstin at CNBC. “This comes after Democratic presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s campaign said it was paying staffers to post on social media on its behalf.” Oh. Excerp...
Tags: Facebook, Post, Politics, Elections, Technology, News, Tech, Bloomberg, US news, New York Times, Donald Trump, Michael Bloomberg, Cnbc, Mike Bloomberg, Picks, Cambridge Analytica

Zillow CEO Rich Barton joins billionaire club after stock surge

Rich Barton, who has the largest individual stake in Zillow with 15.8 million shares, is now a billionaire after Zillow Group stock value soars to $64 per share.
Tags: Technology, Radio, Zillow, Industry News, Forbes, Zillow Group, Select, News Brief, Rich Barton, Zillow Earnings, Zillow revenue, Zillow Q4 revenue, Zillow stock value

Researchers Claim Sex Robots “Could Pose as a Psychological & Moral Threat”

Man-made sex robots equipped with high end AI have become the target of criticism yet again as one site is claiming that “researchers” see the technological marvels as a potential threat of the psychological and moral sort. The so-called researchers explain that sex robots are “escaping oversight” because agencies are “too embarrassed to investigate them”, […]
Tags: Politics, Technology, International, Feminism, Robots, Anime

These leaders are coming to Robotics + AI on March 3. Why aren’t you?

TechCrunch Sessions: Robotics + AI brings together a wide group of the ecosystem’s leading minds on March 3 at UC Berkeley. Over 1,000+ attendees are expected from all facets of the robotics and artificial intelligence space — investors, students, engineers, C-levels, technologists and researchers. We’ve compiled a small list of highlights of attendees’ companies and job titles attending this year’s event: ATTENDEE HIGHLIGHTS ABB Technology Ventures, Vice President Amazon, Head, re:MARS Product...
Tags: Amazon, TC, Technology, Disney, Events, Strategy, Tech, Smart, Nasa, Artificial Intelligence, Web Services, Nvidia, Machine Learning, Robotics, Morgan Stanley, Samsung Ventures

Addressing Security Concerns for Luxury SMBs

E-commerce security, at least from the consumer’s side, is often reduced to one facet: data security. No one wants to be on the target end of a data breach, and the resultant bad press can be even worse than any financial damages. But while data protection is a major concern for SMBs, it’s hardly the only security issue at play. Particularly for luxury brands, there’s a growing concern about ensuring product integrity and authenticity along the supply chain, as well as warehouse management conce...
Tags: Business, Technology, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Right Now, Renton WA, Twitter Security, Jenna Cyprus

The Next Risk In Buying An IOT Product Is Having It Bricked By A Patent Dispute

The very expensive consequences of being caught in the IP crossfire.
Tags: Technology, Law, Patents, Intellectual Property

Levels Of Testing For IT Recruiters – Part 2

  In my previous post, I was talking about testing in general and understanding the difference between test position descriptions. Now, it’s time to learn a bit more about the levels of testing. I hope all of these topics I write about in these articles will help you to become better at your job, and […]
Tags: Technology, Featured, News, Tech, Recruiting, Learn, It, Testing, How To, Hiring, Branding, Blog Posts, Sourcing, Talent Acquisition, Dev Ops

Irish drug dealer loses £46m bitcoin codes he hid in fishing rod case

Clifton Collins fears fishing gear was taken to dump by his landlord after he was jailedIn early 2017 Clifton Collins, an Irish drug dealer, had a dilemma: where to hide the codes of his illicit €55m (£46m) bitcoin fortune.His solution was to print them on to an A4 piece of paper and stash it in the aluminium cap of a fishing rod case kept at his rented home in Farnaught, Cornamona, County Galway. It seemed a good idea at the time. Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, Technology, Internet, World news, E-commerce, Bitcoin, Ireland, Cryptocurrencies, Clifton Collins, Farnaught Cornamona County Galway

NIT Meghalaya Non Faculty vacancy recruitment 2020

Non Faculty vacancy in NIT Meghalaya 2020 The National Institute of Technology (NIT) Meghalaya at Imphal invites online applications in the prescribed format from Indian Nationals for recruitment and appointment for various Non-Faculty Sarkari Naukri Vacancy positions on a permanent basis (Advertisement No. NITMGH/ES/REC/N-F/Vol.IV /2019-20/2197) NIT Meghalaya Non-Faculty recruitment... Please Click on the Title to Read Full Details. [Author: [email protected] (Manisha)]
Tags: Science, Technology, Jobs, Engineer, Assistant, Technical, Institute, Imphal, Meghalaya, Manisha, Technician, Attendant, North-East, Laboratory, NIT, Diploma Engineer

Even the Horrid Tiger Handhelds Now Being Remade

The trend of remaking older video games appears to have reached its nadir, as Hasbro has promised to remake the vapid and mindless Tiger handheld devices that traumatized children throughout the late 80s and early 90s. Hasbro has recently announced that it is to bring back the much-reviled handheld devices for the exorbitant price of […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Bizarre, Hasbro, Anime, Announcements, Retro, Remakes

Gett: Israeli taxi app sued for service used to avoid Arab drivers

Gett Jerusalem representative recorded allegedly saying option is for people who only want Jewish driversHuman-rights lawyers in Jerusalem have sued Gett, an Israeli taxi-hailing app, for providing a service they allege was designed to give customers the option to practically guarantee they would not get an Arab driver.A global firm that also works with black cabs in the UK, Gett offers users in the holy city the choice to request a taxi that is not driven on the Sabbath, the weekly Jewish day o...
Tags: Apps, Technology, Israel, Race, Jerusalem, World news, Middle East and North Africa, Gett