Start with OBS, the now industry-standard streaming app, and add a bunch of special sauce to make it easier and friendlier. Now you’ve got Streamlabs – and it just added Mac support to its other platforms.From what I can see this is great for live streaming, not for desktop (or tablet) presentation recording for later broadcast. I'd love to be proved wrong, though.
Over the last few years, Facebook has had a slew of privacy and security blunders and more details about one of them have come to light through a new court filing as the social media company is suing the spyware company NSO Group. It turns out Facebook tried to buy controversial government spyware to monitor iPhone and iPad users.#technology #tech #Apple #iPhone #iPad #Facebook #spying #security #privacy
iCloud Folder Sharing was first announced as a feature of iOS 13. Apple then pulled the feature back in order to work out some bugs. iOS 13.4 brought the feature back, so here’s how to use it across iOS, iPadOS, and macOS.#technology #tech #Apple #iCloud #iOS #iPadOS #macOS
Alongside the Ubuntu 20.04 beta come beta builds for Ubuntu’s family of flavours, including Kubuntu, Ubuntu MATE and Ubuntu Budgie.#technology #tech #linux #Ubuntu
Rather than push out a post for each of them I figured I’d offer a concise roundup of their major new features, alongside links to download the relevant beta snapshot for your own testing and/or enjoyment!
Apple has eliminated a number of serious flaws that allowed an iPhone’s camera to be hijacked.#technology #tech #Apple #iPhone
Hacker Ryan Pickren discovered the vulnerabilities during a “pretty intense” bug-hunting expedition in Safari. He was paid $75,000 through Apple’s Bug Bounty Program for his efforts.
Only a couple of days ago, we reported that the long-rumored iPhone 9 (often referred to by the moniker iPhone SE 2) might finally be unveiled on April 22. Now, 9to5Mac has received new information that it may be as early as today.#technology #tech #Apple #iPhone
In our new reality, plenty of us are having to get used to working from home, and that often means making and taking calls, depending on your job. If you don’t want to have your phone pressed to your ear all day, or you’d rather keep your work on your work machine and your actual life on your phone, you can get those calls done on your laptop or desktop.#technology #tech #telephony
Authorities around the world have mooted the use of location data in order to monitor COVID-19 patients and social distancing. Now, Google has offered another solution of sorts in COVID-19 Community Mobility Reports.No, it's not about shaming the stop-outs, it's more about how safe it is to go out.
Boris Johnson faces fresh questions over the UK’s coronavirus battleplan after it emerged controversial “immunity passports” could be issued to patients who have recovered.The more I think about this, the more problems come up. People being mugged in the street for their certificates; a black market in certificates; certificates being used as currency; certificates being used as toilet paper...
Health Secretary Matt Hancock revealed the government is considering handing out the documents to allow people to "get back, as much as possible, to normal life” amid a nationwide lockdown.
But experts have been quick to criticise the potential move, describing it as “dangerous” and warning it could lead to people deliberately trying to get infected to obtain one of the certificates.
Paper’s editor says Schofield was ‘one of the first true computing experts in British journalism’This is a real shame. He not only made a big contribution to personal computing in the form of his Guardian and magazine articles, he was also a regular contributor to Quora, the answers site. I met him once when we were both writing for computer magazines and I have to say that Jack was a real gentleman. It made no difference to him that he was much more experienced both in tech and in writing. I shall miss his presence online.
Started by palliative-medicine doctor James Coxon, the 3DCrowd UK group is... looking to recruit more volunteers.But they need hundreds of thousands more.
It says thousands of its 3D-printed masks have already been made and donated to hospitals, GPs, pharmacies, paramedics and social-care practices.
“We are... asking all the people around the country with 3D printers to join our project to create face shields for hospitals and other health workers,” said Gen Ashley from 3DCrowd UK.https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-52111522
“We also need volunteers to help distribute the masks and donations from companies and the public to pay for materials and distribution costs.”