Sweeting Out The Details

Here is why shooting in RAW is a good idea. A seemingly bad photo can turn quite good after a few minutes of processing in Lightroom on the iPad. Push the shadows, reduce highlights The final version follows.

iPhone XE ?

The return of a smaller iPhone like the iPhone SE but with iPhone X feature set is an idea that is alive and well. The concept of a product line based on small, medium and large size is also interesting. After my black iPhone 7, I think the iPhone 5 was the best iPhone design... Continue Reading →

Not Convinced About Facebook Bad Behavior?

First, let's take a look at this: "Facebook pays teens to install VPN that spies on them": Desperate for data on its competitors, Facebook has been secretly paying people to install a “Facebook Research” VPN that lets the company suck in all of a user’s phone and web activity, similar to Facebook’s Onavo Protect app... Continue Reading →

Apple Score Card: 2018 Edition

Really great reference here about the current state of Apple according to quite a few respected people in the field. Bravo. Must read. "Apple in 2018: The Six Colors report card".

Deleting Facebook Wasn’t Enough Apparently 😳

Well, you want to get back your privacy? Well, according to this article "DeleteFacebook? #DeleteTwitter? #FatLotOfGood that will do you" from Lisa Vaas for Naked Security, deleting your Facebook account won't do it. Why? Because of your friends. Tens of millions of users’ data were grabbed not because those users had necessarily played a Facebook... Continue Reading →

Simple Take Out From Apple Q1 2019 Results

Apple Services - an great growth story Apple is on the course of becoming a services company as iPhone revenues are decreasing. Can you imahgine if Apple was really good at services? Please, do yourself a favor and head to MacStories web site for detailed informations regarding Apple's last quarter results. There are a lot... Continue Reading →

#DataPrivacyDay

I didn't know that yesterday was the data privacy day (#dataprivacyday on Twitter). I learn when the story of Apple's Facetime bug which allowed anybody to listen to someone remotely. Ouch. 😳 People we're really panicking on Twitter yesterday with this. It took a few hours for Apple to shutdown Group FaceTime while waiting for... Continue Reading →

Watch Your Sponsorship Microsoft

Reading "Google, Facebook, and Microsoft Sponsored a Conference That Promoted Climate Change Denial" from Stephanie Mencimer - Mother Jones: Google, Facebook, and Microsoft have publicly acknowledged the dangers of global warming, but last week they all sponsored a conference that promoted climate change denial to young libertarians.Stephanie Mencimer I wonder if, in the case of... Continue Reading →

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