If you're a professional photographer who assumed that slapping an obtrusive watermark across your work would protect it from being misused online, Google has some bad news for you. A team of researchers from the company has found a way to automatically and perfectly erase the watermarks used by popular stock photography organisations.
Cybercrime is growing, and anyone can fall victim to ransomware, data dumping, and the like. That's why it's important now more than ever to ensure your online accounts are secure, and while there are plenty of tools out there to help you do so, few can match what RoboForm Everywhere brings to the table.
If you're running out the door to a meeting, or if you're getting ready to jump on a plane to go on holiday, the last thing you want to be doing is waiting for your movies and TV shows to transfer. Then, when you're travelling, what happens if your laptop runs out of juice? Samsung's newest portable SSD can move your files around faster — and crucially, you can use it with your Android phone or tablet.
Microsoft is in full-on damage control mode after Consumer Reports removed its recommendation of Surface laptop and tablet products last week. According to a purportedly leaked internal memo, the company acknowledges the issues that its Surface products have had, but executives say the main criticisms have been resolved.
iOS 11 promises big changes for the app-making world, which means now is the time to master it if you're hoping to keep pace with the industry. Thankfully, the Complete iOS 11 & Swift Developer Course can keep you on the right track with instruction from some of the web's top coding talent.
I blame Adobe for this. Ulysses, one of the best writing tools available right now, is going subscription only. If you previously purchased Ulysses for Mac or iOS (it works seamlessly across Macs, iPhones, and iPads) you are now going to have to pony up $US5 a month or $US40 a year in order to enjoy any new features the development team might roll out for the software.
Consumer Reports is a US-based not for profit service that gives people recommendations on whether consumer products are worth buying and live up to vendor claims. Getting a tick from them is a big deal, especially in US markets. And a black mark can be a massive cause for concern which is why there will be a bunch of people at Microsoft HQ panicking at Consumer Reports' dumping the Surface from its recommended product list.
You can't always trust your local hard drive to preserve your precious data. That's why many of us look to cloud storage to keep our files secure. With Zoolz Dual Cloud Storage, you can safeguard your personal information with a whole terabyte of military-grade cloud storage.
Tech's best and brightest never stop refining their skills, and with iOS 11 building buzz in the industry, you can be sure these experts are scrambling to master its ins-and-outs. So, if you're looking to stay ahead of the curve, investing in the Complete iOS 11 Machine Learning Masterclass is a smart move — especially now that it's going for more than 90 percent off.
If you were shopping in a big-box retail store for an off-the-shelf PC, would having a concrete, comparative performance figure help your buying decision? Futuremark, maker of 3DMark and PCMark, has teamed up with Elkjøp Nordic — one of the largest computer chains in northern Europe — to benchmark its brand new PCs and organise them into categories for buyers to choose from.
Big or small, game developers use software like Unity and Unreal 4 to create today's gaming hits. If you're looking to make your own mark on the industry, you'll want to master these tools, and with the Pay What You Want: 2017 Master Game Development Bundle, you can do just that for a price you pick.
Australia uses five different tests to evaluate potential immigrants' mastery of English, but only one of those tests uses computer-assisted voice recognition. Louise Kennedy, a native English speaker from Ireland, was unfortunate enough to receive the automated test when she was applying for residency in Australia. She failed.
Bitcoin power brokers were unable to come behind a single solution that would have preserved a unified cryptocurrency by Tuesday morning's deadline.
As such, the digital currency has split in two: bitcoin and bitcoin cash.
"There seems to be some technical issues that might be slowing it down, but yes, the fork has happened," Peter Borovykh of Blockchain Global, a blockchain technology company, told Business Insider.
"Bitcoin cash is here."
JB Hi-Fi is one of Australia’s most well-known retailers and home to some of the sharpest reviews in the country. While we’ve previously explained how you should always ask for a deal at JB Hi-Fi, these tips from an insider will help you to get the most out of your trip to the black and yellow behemoth whether you’re in the market for video games, a new laptop or a fridge.
There are tons of VPNs out on the market right now, but when it comes to offering comprehensive protection, few can compete with VPN Unlimited, especially when it's on sale for more than 90 percent off.
After kicking the Vega can down the road at Computex earlier this year, AMD finally unveiled its Vega series of GPUs at the SIGGRAPH event in Los Angeles. Three cards were unveiled: the Radeon RX Vega 56, an air cooled GPU available for $US399, as well as air cooled and water cooled iterations of the Radeon RX Vega 64.