The Swivl is like having your own personal cameraman!
Just stick your iPhone, Android or camera in the stand, and it’ll follow your every move via a sensor that you wear!
Shoot videos of yourself or your friends without worrying about who’s going to hold the camera.
The internet, visualized as its major data cable networks.
Here is what the Internet looks like: not a series of GIFs or a video of surfing goats, but a spindly collection of fiberoptic cables. The Internet, as a physical thing, actually looks a lot like a series of tubes.
There was a wildly terrifying storypublished late Friday on Slate that didn’t get much attention because of the time of the week it was released.
In it, the author – Ryan Gallagher – lays out how Microsoft (MSFT) seems to have made some subtle and (to most) imperceptible changes to the popular Skype calling service that allows it to eavesdrop on all of your calls going forward. (Forbes contributor Anthony Wing Kosner flagged the service changes in an earlier post published July 18.)
A BBC investigation suggests companies are wasting large sums of money on adverts to gain “likes” from Facebook members who have no real interest in their products.
It also appears many account holders who click on the links have lied about their personal details.
A security expert has said some of the profiles appeared to be “fakes” run by computer programs to spread spam.
Facebook said it had “not seen evidence of a significant problem”.