VideoLAN's VLC app is the most popular media player. What makes it one of the best options among users is the fact that it is available on almost every platform and has the ability to play several video formats. The venerable media player is getting into the 360-degrees videos with a technical preview called VLC 360 degrees for windows and mac. The new feature lets users play 360-degree videos and photos as well as Panorama images. In addition, the player will support open source and cross-platform formats, accelerated with both OpenGL and Direct3D11. VideoLAN teamed up with Giroptic, a 360-degree camera maker, to bring on the new feature to its users making VLC the first major video player app to play 360 degrees videos. In essence, the 360 content can be displayed in Zoom...
The Google play store is the best place to download an app. It only gives you choices but also shows apps of your interest according to your previous downloads. Google has now taken the move to improve its filtering system to help play store users install safe app while keeping away malicious app developers. According to statista report, Google announced that over 25 billion apps had been downloaded from its app store In September 2012 and the last reported figures from May 2016 stated that 65 billion apps had been downloaded from Google Play. This statics indicates that a lot of users continue to download apps from the store as technology develops. The company has improved its algorithm to make it smarter in detecting fake reviews and spam comments easily. If you are using a
Cybersecurity will never get better until we are able to curb cyber crime. In an increasingly digital world, criminals have the information and the means to ensure that high profile security breaches. As technology evolves, so do the threats being developed by hackers who have a whole host of motivations for wanting to disrupt businesses of all sizes. It’s a constant battle but thankfully one that has resulted in increasingly sophisticated security tools coming to the market. According to Beta News, it’s reported that attacks have increased by 3,500 percent in 2016, hitting 41 percent of businesses and bringing in revenues of more than $1 billion for cyber criminals. It is also feared that the emergence of the much heralded quantum computing will only enhance the power of the hac
Smart phones now ‘big business’ for online criminals. With the rampant increase of these devices around the globe, fraudsters have taken control of phones and run up huge bills for victims using rogue mobile applications. Mobile malware is rapidly increasing at a high rate. Smart phone users are getting a nasty surprise when they see their monthly bills, discovering that they have run up huge phone bills for premium-rate text messages they did not send. This is one of the latest scams being used by online criminals to profit from the recent boom in smart phones and mobile web applications (apps), experts at GetSafeOnline.org are warning today. The latest research from Get Safe Online shows that 17% of smart phone users now use their phone for money matters and this doesn’t escape