Cycloramic is a new app that allows users to take handsfree panoramic photos and videos. It was widely discovered when it’s creator, Bruno Fancois, appeared on ABC’s ‘Shark Tank.’. After that appearance, the company made $200,000 in 60 minutes. Cycloramic will spin your phone to take full 360 degree photos or video. The app uses the phones own vibration to turn the phone without toppling it over, pretty neat huh!
Smoking will not only damage your health but also your computer, as e-cigarettes manufactured in China are reportedly being used to spread malicious software through the USB connection used to charge the device.A recent post to social news site Reddit detailed how the computer of an executive at a “large corporation” had been infected with malware from an undetermined source.
If you only have one charging cable you can only charge one device at a time and if you charge more than one device at a time you have multiple AC adapters taking up wall outlets or filling up a power bar. Cut the cords and keep your charge station clutter free with the Hub-It. It can house up to 8 interchangeable cable hubs that are compatible with over 10,000 devices so you can recharge without sacrificing space.
Google Street View is slowly but surely conquering Earth’s land surfaces, but the oceans — which cover more than 70% of our planet — are still largely untapped territory.On Thursday, Google narrowed the gap a little by adding Street View imagery from more than 40 locations around the world, many of which are underwater. In viewers’ time exploring, they’ve seen spinner dolphins, humpback whales and giant turtles.
A computer security expert told the FBI that he hacked into an airplane’s computer and briefly took over control of the engines, court documents reveal. Chris Roberts, CTO and founder of One World Labs, told FBI agents he connected his computer to the in-flight entertainment system and the overwrote code to commandeer the thrust management system, according to a search warrant filed last month in the federal court in Syracuse, N.Y.