camera

Fri
29
Aug
John Lister's picture

Facebook Rejects New Snooping Claims

Facebook says there's no truth to claims that its Messaging app is spying on smartphone users. It says the confusion over wiretapping stems from security measures on iPhones and Android handsets. The issue involves the tool for Facebook users to ... exchange messages with one another. Whereas computer users are able to message other members through the Facebook website, this same feature is no longer supported in the official Facebook app that runs on mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets. Instead, these users must install and run a separate app called Messenger. The Messenger app ... (view more)

Mon
24
Feb
Brandon Dimmel's picture

Just a Fad? Samsung Unveils Smartwatch 'Gear 2'

Writing text messages, sending emails, and taking photos can all be done using smartphones, tablets, and traditional computers, such as laptops and desktops. The question is: do we need yet another device that gives us instant access to more data ... and will it be useful? And if so, is that device a "smartwatch"? Samsung certainly thinks so. The firm, which released its first smartwatch in the form of the Galaxy Gear late last year, has now unveiled the Samsung Gear 2. Most notably, the Korean firm's newest smartwatch boasts a brand new operating system, called "Tizen." ... (view more)

Wed
19
Jun
Dennis Faas's picture

'IP Camera Viewer 1.27', and 'Free File Camouflage 1.0'

IP Camera Viewer 1.27 You can use this great new security program to quickly and efficiently establish an effective video surveillance system. IP Camera Viewer allows you to view live video from cameras set up around your home, office, parking spot, ... etc. http://www.deskshare.com Free File Camouflage 1.0 Here's a great little way to protect your data on a USB stick. Free File Camouflage will hide and protect any and all sensitive files inside a JPEG image, making it harder for thieves to access your data on a stolen thumb drive or other device. http://www.myportablesoftware.com This freeware ... (view more)

Wed
23
May
Dennis Faas's picture

'ArtSage 1.00.09', and 'IP Camera Viewer 1.2'

ArtSage 1.00.09 ArtSage is a small but handy graphics viewer, totally free of charge. It displays a wide variety of image files in a simple folder tree. Features and options include slideshow, transparency, loop, sort, navigate, scroll, and archive. ... Together, these features allow users to view and organize their images easily and effectively. (Scroll down the page to find the download link.) http://www.xworks.ca IP Camera Viewer 1.2 Here's a nice, free piece of software that lets you set up an effective video monitoring system within minutes! IP Camera Viewer allows users to view live video ... (view more)

Tue
10
Jan
Dennis Faas's picture

New Samsung Camera Features Dual Screens, WiFi

A new Samsung camera allows users to see photos on both the front and back of the screen, and upload images directly to the Internet. The Samsung DV300F is the newest of the firm's DualView cameras, and features built-in WiFi (wireless networking) ... capabilities. Samsung says pictures taken with the DV300F can be saved to the on-board microSD memory card and then easily transferred to a PC with an Auto Backup capability. In addition, both videos and photographs from the DV300F can be transferred directly to the web, including cloud storage services like Microsoft SkyDrive, as well as to ... (view more)

Wed
27
Jul
Dennis Faas's picture

'Find Junk Files 1.56.2432', and 'Microsoft Camera Codec Pack 16.0.0652.0621'

Find Junk Files 1.56.2432 Find Junk Files is a user-friendly utility designed to free up disk space by deleting useless junk files. Each time you use your PC, unwanted files are created that increasingly uses more space on your hard drives. Find ... Junk Files can find over 100 types of junk files with ease. http://www.eyeclaxton.com Microsoft Camera Codec Pack 16.0.0652.0621 The Microsoft Camera Codec Pack enables the viewing of a variety of device-specific file formats in Window Live Photo Gallery as well as other software that is based in Windows Imaging Codecs (WIC). This package is available ... (view more)

Thu
23
Jun
Dennis Faas's picture

Snap First, Focus Later with New Digital Camera

A Silicon Valley start-up company has released a new camera model that allows a user to snap first and focus later. Dubbed 'Lytro', the camera is able to capture light data from many different angles using a specialized sensor. The sensor uses what ... is called a "microlens array", which packs the equivalent of many camera lenses into a very small space. Images Become Living, Interactive Pictures The light information captured by the Lytro is significantly more than a conventional camera and is later focused and refined using a computer. Focal points of the image are navigated using a ... (view more)

Thu
25
Mar
Dennis Faas's picture

Digital Photography To Undergo Quantum Leap

A Californian company says it has developed a revolutionary new way of capturing digital images. It could mean cellphone cameras take shots four times more detailed than current models, putting professional quality capabilities in everyone's pocket. ... At the moment, digital cameras work by capturing light on a sensor chip, a layer of silicon effectively broken up into millions of points. The information from each of these points is converted into digital format, with each point's information being one pixel in the captured image -- hence the term 'megapixel' which is used to describe how many ... (view more)

Thu
14
Aug
Dennis Faas's picture

Nikon Drops 6 New Coolpix Cameras

The Nikon Coolpix fleet just expanded. Six new cameras were recently introduced by the company, some of which include pretty exciting features like WiFi, GPS, and even touch screens. Starting in September, the S60, P6000, S610C, S610, S560 and S710 ... will become available to consumers. Nikon is releasing six new cameras in an attempt to target different areas of the point-and-shoot market. All, however, include standard features such as "Scene Auto Selector," which pre-judges what setting your camera should be on for the environment you are shooting in, as well as smil detection and Blink ... (view more)

Mon
02
Jun
Dennis Faas's picture

Lose A Camera? Your Photos May Be Waiting For You Online

You are sitting on the beach of a tropical paradise, sifting through the family photos that you have just taken on your digital camera. Your momentary reflection period is interrupted by a family member telling you to "go long" and you allow the ... camera to fall in the sand as you make a game-saving interception during a round of beach football. At the end of the day you pack up your belongings and walk away, leaving your camera behind. Imagine that a stranger comes along and picks up your camera. Would you want him looking at your digital memories? Of course not! But what if the stranger was ... (view more)

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