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Inilah Penampilan Kacamata Biasa Dipadukan dengan Google Glass News GalleryTeknoUp.comBeberapa hari lalu ada berita yang mengabarkan bahwa Google mulai mengirim notifikasi pada para pengguna Google Glass saat ini untuk menukar perangkat mereka dengan model baru yang bisa digunakan dengan kacamata biasa. Sudah ada beberapa foto contoh seperti gambar di atas, namun foto yang di-posting oleh karyawan Google bernama Brian Matish ini memberikan gambaran baru mengenai perangkat tersebut.Gambar yang Matish unggah di google+ ini kemudian segera dihapus. ... More »Inilah Penampilan Kacamata Biasa Dipadukan dengan Google Glass
Pour lutter contre le terrorisme, les policiers fédéraux américains n'hésitent pas à employer des logiciels malfaisants. More »Le FBI peut déclencher votre webcam sans que vous le sachiez
Actualités High-Tech : Ubergizmo a choisi les 5 articles les plus intéressants de la semaine. Un test complet du Nokia Lumia 1520, des batteries Li/S qui ont une autonomie deux fois plus importante, l’e-reader Fina de E Ink, YouTube pour la Nintendo 3DS et une nouvelle application pour les enseignants. More »High-tech : le best of des produits de la semaine
TeknoUp.com Meski hingga saat ini upaya Google untuk merambah dunia pertelevisian belum bisa dinilai berhasil, Google sepertinya tidak patah arang. Hal ini terlihat dari munculnya rumor baru yang menyebutkan bahwa Google sedang membuat sebuah Nexus TV berbasis Android yang akan bisa melakukan streaming video seperti YouTube dan juga memainkan beberapa games. Rumor yang diperoleh dari seorang karyawan Google anonim tersebut menyatakan bahwa perangkat akan siap diluncukan di paruh pertama tahun 2014 mendatang. ... More »Google Siapkan Nexus TV di 2014?
Washington, Dec. 7 (ANI): Facebook recently announced that it will be tweaking the News Feed of its users in order to deliver them more 'high quality' content by pushing down things like 'meme photos' harder to see, however, this has apparently upset publishers of such content. However, when Facebook's News Feed manager Lars Backstorm was questioned about what exactly the social networking giant is intending to do with those cute cat photos that people 'Like', he said that it is not about demoting certain kind of content but generating something which has more value, AllThingsD reports. According to the report, Facebook doesn't necessarily aim to completely remove the cute photos that users can't help sharing or 'liking', but the site would surely cut down on their frequency of appearance in the feed. Backstorm said that the goal is to provide user value and to make Facebook as personalized as possible by giving users what they really want to see, the report added. More »Facebook's 'high quality' News Feed tweaking decoded!
Washington, Dec. 7 (ANI): Google is speculated to be working on a Nexus TV that with run on Android and stream videos from YouTube along with offering a selection of video games. Sources said that the device which will stream videos from service like Netflix and Hulu will be ready for the launch by the first half of 2014. According to The Verge, speculations about the Google-made Android set top box started cropping up in July this year, when sources said that the box included a Kinect-like motion sensor and could be controlled with an Android smartphone. The report said that the device will not support live broadcast, and with an Android-based set top box, Google would be pursuing a similar strategy as Amazon, which is rumored to have a set-top box of its own set for next year. More »Google likely to launch Android-based 'Nexus TV'
We only just got a whiff of a smaller version of ASUS' odd Padfone series as it passed through certification, and now serial leaker @evleaks can show us what it looks like. As its name indicates, the ASUS ... More »ASUS Padfone Mini 4.3 pictured ahead of its launch next week
(Reuters) - AT&T has asked regulators to let it ignore a shareholder request for details of its customer-information sharing with government agencies, a move that could forestall a heated debate at the telecommunications giant's annual meeting. The No. 2 U.S. mobile operator made the request in a December 5 letter to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission in response to shareholder activists pressing it on the matter. Among them is New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli, who is the trustee of the state retirement fund. DiNapoli and other shareholders of AT&T and its biggest rival Verizon Communications Inc last month sought details on sharing of personal data and communications from the two companies following revelations from former U.S. National Security Agency contractor Edward Snowden. More »AT&T aims to sidestep shareholder request on surveillance data
Last month, institutional investors in AT&T and Verizon asked the two companies begin to issue the kinds of transparency reports popularized by internet businesses like Twitter and Google. Today, AT&T is issuing its response to the request, reports the New York Times, and unsurprisingly, it’s not too excited about the idea. To AT&T, its response to law enforcement requests represent "ordinary business operations," outside the purview of ordinary shareholders, so it’s excluding the request from the ballot for next spring’s annual shareholder meeting. Companies like Google are actively pushing the DOJ More »AT&T shoots down shareholder demands for transparency on law enforcement requests
This week, Bitcoin bites the bullet in China, while in Australia an upcoming IPO will mark a maturing of the daily deals industry in Southeast Asia. Meanwhile, Whatapp is still going strong in India, a ... More »Staff picks: 7 top news stories this week on Tech in Asia
London, Dec. 7 (ANI): Microsoft and law enforcement agencies have reportedly disrupted one of the world's largest botnets, ZeroAccess that triggered online fraud. The botnet is a network of computers infected with malware that hijacks web search results and redirects users to potentially dangerous sites to steal their details. According to the BBC, the botnet, also generates fraudulent ad clicks on infected computers then claims payouts from duped advertisers and has infected about two million computers. Also called Sirefef botnet, ZeroAccess targets search results on Google, Bing and Yahoo search engines and is estimated to cost online advertisers 2.7million dollars per month. More »Microsoft disrupts online fraud botnet ZeroAccess
Malaysia and Singapore-based entrepreneur Patrick Grove is on a shopping spree where he will acquire a number of flash sales businesses in Hong Kong, Singapore, and Malaysia through his company iBuy Group. ... More »Patrick Grove’s iBuy to acquire Dealguru, raise $33 million through IPO in Australia
Sydney, Dec. 7 (ANI): A new online game allows users to understand how much their personal data is at risk of getting exposed and how much even the smallest piece of that information can be a 'goldmine' to some. The game, Data Dealer, has a Farmville-like feel to it where users get to collect thousand of make-believe profiles coming across characters such as a nurse who sells patients' records or manager of a tanning salon giving away clients' details for money. One of the game's designers, Wolfie Christl said that most people cannot really imagine what it means not only to collect but also to collate and to combine all these massive amounts of personal data. More »New online game reveals how much your personal data is exposed to risk