jeudi 8 novembre 2012

Google Chrome Adds Support For Do Not Track

Google Chrome Adds Support For Do Not Track


Google Chrome Adds Support For Do Not Track

Posted: 07 Nov 2012 01:21 PM PST


Google has started rolling out the latest update to its Chrome browser which brings the 'do not track' option to users. With this move Google has joined major browsers who support this standard. Just like other browsers Google allows users to enable it.

Apple Refuses To Disclose When It Learned About Hogan's Previous Court Cases

Posted: 07 Nov 2012 03:13 AM PST


Apple has now declined to answer Samsung's question in its motion that when did Cupertino learn about the jury foreman's previous court case with Seagate. Apple in its response says that it is not compelled to respond as it was Samsung who accused Hogan of misconduct and not Apple.

The Drift HD Ghost Action Camera, Very Cool!

Posted: 07 Nov 2012 10:52 AM PST


Drift Innovation, they make action sports technology devices, has announced the Drift HD Ghost. It's a strap-on tiny HD video camera that you can clamp on to pretty much any part of your body or equipment. It's the first of its kind that is equipped with a two-way LED indicator which lets you know if the camera is recording or not.

The indicator is on a wrist strap and at a glance you can tell which mode -  Video, Photo, Timelapse or Photoburst - you're in and whether you're recording or not. You can also take video, photos and change function modes from up to 30 feet (10m) away.

You'll get around 3 hours recording time on a single charge and it's got Wi‐Fi and comes with its very own app - Drift Mobile. That means you can use your smartphone as an external viewfinder and remote control. You shoot your jump/afternoon nap/Parkour or whatever and then download the video from the camera to your smartphone instantly and share through the usual channels.

The camera has an upgraded lens design, said to, 'ensure optically pure performance.' There's a choice of 1080p, 960p, 720p and  WVGA resolutions and you can simultaneously shoot still photos without interrupting filming.

The company is boasting about the audio qualities of the camera, with the 'digital and mechanical dynamic modulation technology used and the latest innovations in digital signal processing and wind‐noise reduction to provide crystal clear audio.' There's also the option of plugging in an external mic with the camera's 3.5mm connector.

Other features include; a 2-inch LCD screen and a continuous loop recording feature - 'save a recorded event up to five minutes after it happens while in Video Tag/Loop mode, which records footage in a continuous loop style. The video clip is stored in the camera's memory, and will save the clip only if the user chooses to "tag" it.'

Waterproof? Of course, to a depth of 9 foot. (3m) The company also produce a waterproof housing where you can film down to a depth of 180 feet. (60m)

It's available to pre-order now for $399, and it will start shipping from November 19th.

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Apple Now Says Android 4.1 Jelly Bean, Galaxy Note Infinge On Its Patents

Posted: 07 Nov 2012 06:28 AM PST


Apple is not going to stop its legal attack on Android. The sue-cidal company now wants to add Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) to its existing lawsuit against Galaxy maker Samsung in federal court in San Jose. The company also wants to add Samsung's Galaxy Note devices to this lawsuit. The case will go to trial in 2014.