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Monthly Archives: December 2019
Flying cars, hyperloops and the other tech predictions that didn’t pan out
Predicting the future is hard, even for the people with the most power to influence it. In 2013, Jeff Bezos said he expected Amazon would be delivering packages by drone in four to five years.
All about the new ML Super Resolution feature in Pixelmator Pro
It’s no secret that we’re pretty big fans of machine learning and we love thinking of new and exciting ways to use it in Pixelmator Pro.
Turn your idea into a startup
Stripe Atlas is a powerful, safe, and easy-to-use platform for forming a company. By removing lengthy paperwork, bank visits, legal complexity, and numerous fees, Stripe Atlas helps you launch your startup from anywhere in the world.
Twitter lets you upload iOS Live Photos as GIFs at last
Twitter is offering iOS users another way to get more out of Live Photos by letting you turn them into GIFs “anywhere you upload photos on Twitter.” It’s not clear whether this’ll work for Pixel motion photos as well. Engadget has asked Twitter for clarification. Give the gift of GIFs.
The Internet: The People’s Media
Dr. Colwell talked about information technology and its impact in the workplace, schools and homes. As part of National Science and…
Privacy Analysis of Tiktok’s App and Website
I did a detailed privacy check of the Tiktok app and website. Tiktok commits multiple breaches of law, trust, transparency and data protection. Here are all technical and legal details. You can read a less technical article about it at the Süddeutsche Zeitung (german).
DARPA Wants Smart Suits to Protect Against Biological Attacks
The Pentagon’s research arm—the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency—wants to accelerate the development of innovative textiles and smart materials to better and more comfortably protect humans from chemical and biological threats.
How Artists on Twitter Tricked Spammy T-Shirt Stores Into Admitting Their Automated Art Theft
Yesterday, an artist on Twitter named Nana ran an experiment to test a theory.