>> Breadcrumb :///14

Canon EOS 5D Mark V and EOS R Mark II appear in company’s internal roadmap

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

We've been hearing rumors about Canon ditching the EOS 7D APS-C DSLR range in favor of a mirrorless version for a while now and, it seems, that might happen. The camera grapevine is now alluding to an EOS R Mark II showing up on a Canon internal roadmap document.

That's not all, though. A source has told Canon Rumors that the same document also listed the EOS 5D Mark V, although no timeline for the roadmap was provided. 

With plenty of buzz around the potential arrival of the EOS 1D X Mark III in early 2020, the news of a possible refresh to the very popular EOS 5D Mark IV will definitely please Canon's full-frame DSLR shooters.… Read the full article

Comments Off on Canon EOS 5D Mark V and EOS R Mark II appear in company’s internal roadmap

Review: AudioQuest DragonFly Cobalt – For The Win

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: Headfonia|Tags: , , , , , |

Disclaimer: The AudioQuest DragonFly Cobalt was sent to us free of charge in exchange for a preview article at the launch and this full review. Part of this article was already featured in our Picture Sunday series which has recently been renamed to First Look Sunday. If you have read that already you can skip to the part on (pre-)sound.

Intro

AudioQuest launched the very first DragonFly back in 2012 and has been improving it ever since. A few years ago the BLACK and RED came in to play and now in 2019, AudioQuest is back with a new and improved version of the RED: The Cobalt!… Read the full article

Comments Off on Review: AudioQuest DragonFly Cobalt – For The Win

Cardinals vs Nationals live stream: how to watch NLCS 2019 baseball online from anywhere

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

It feels like the Washington Nationals are on the brink of making history, with just two games of baseball separating them from their first ever World Series. Trying to stop them are the St Louis Cardinals. To see who will prevail in the NLCS, follow our guide to getting a Nationals vs Cardinals live stream – no matter were on Earth you are.

Yep, the 2019 baseball World Series beckons and while the Cardinals have a storied history of going to baseball's big one, the Nationals have anything but!… Read the full article

Comments Off on Cardinals vs Nationals live stream: how to watch NLCS 2019 baseball online from anywhere

Google launches USB-C Titan security key

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

After making its Titan security keys available for purchase last August, Google has announced that it will add a new USB-C key to the product line which will be soon be available on its store for $40.

The company's Titan security keys provide users with an ultra secure method of two-factor authentication for a number of online services over USB-A, NFC or Bluetooth.

Google's new USB-C key features similar functionality to its existing USB-A and Bluetooth keys and the device is also built to comply with the FIDO standard.… Read the full article

Comments Off on Google launches USB-C Titan security key

Firefox gets another major security upgrade

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

In a recent blog post on the Mozilla Security Blog, the Firefox-maker revealed the steps it has taken to protect users from code injection attacks by making its browser more secure.

The company has hardened its browser by removing “potentially dangerous artifiacts” from the Firefox codebase, including inline scripts and eval()-like functions, according to the firm's platform security and privacy engineer Christoph Kerschbaumer.

Inline scripts were removed in an effort to improve the protection of Firefox's 'about' protocol which is often referred to as about: pages.… Read the full article

Comments Off on Firefox gets another major security upgrade

Your iOS browser could be sending tracking data to China

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Apple's Safari browser has been sending user data to Chinese tech giant Tencent, reports have claimed.

By examining Safari's Fraudulent Website Warning disclaimer, users discovered that iOS 13 (and possibly other versions of iOS starting at 12.2) sends data to Tencent Safe Browsing in addition to Google Safe Browsing, where it helps protect users from phishing scams.

As of now, it is not clear whether Tencent collects any information on users outside of China. However, in its disclaimer, Safari does inform users that their data is being sent to the company to protect users from visiting fraudulent websites, saying:

“Before visiting a website, Safari may send information calculated from the website address to Google Safe Browsing and Tencent Safe Browsing to check if the website is fraudulent.… Read the full article

Comments Off on Your iOS browser could be sending tracking data to China

Mastercard and Visa pull support for Facebook Libra

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

Mastercard and Visa have become the latest backers to withdraw their support for the Facebook Libra cryptocurrency.

The two payment giants have both dropped their backing for Libra, which looked to offer a new way of paying friends, family and businesses.

Facebook is set to launch both Libra and its Calibra digital wallet next year, but has been tight-lipped on what form both offerings will actually take. It has said it won't launch Libra until all of the regulatory issues are addressed.… Read the full article

Comments Off on Mastercard and Visa pull support for Facebook Libra

Samsung Galaxy Fold 2: what we want to see

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: TechRadar|

The Samsung Galaxy Fold has been a long, long time coming, yet after years of rumors followed by months of delays, the finished product is, well, distinctly first-gen.

It’s for those who want the cutting-edge of smartphone technology no matter what it costs and how unpolished it is. But while we can’t recommend the Galaxy Fold to most, it is an exciting look at one possible future of phones, and the Samsung Galaxy Fold 2 is sure to come closer to realizing its potential.… Read the full article

Comments Off on Samsung Galaxy Fold 2: what we want to see

This is What <i>IGOR</i> “Stitching” Looks Like

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: Analog planet|

We inadvertently identified Memphis Record Pressing as being responsible for pressing Tyler, the Creator’s IGOR. Obviously some buyers got copies like mine seen in this picture showing a horrendous case of audible “stitching”. MRP received some not pleasant emails from readers. These should be directed to United Record Pressing, which actually pressed this terrible looking record. Apologies to MRP and we vow greater diligence going forward.

Comments Off on This is What <i>IGOR</i> “Stitching” Looks Like

This is What <i>IGOR</i> “Non-Fill” Looks Like

By | October 14th, 2019|Categories: Analog planet|

We inadvertently identified Memphis Record Pressing as being responsible for pressing Tyler, the Creator’s IGOR. Obviously some buyers got copies like mine seen in this picture showing a horrendous case of audible “non-fill”. MRP received some not pleasant emails from readers. These should be directed to United Record Pressing, which actually pressed this terrible looking record. Apologies to MRP and we vow greater diligence going forward.

Comments Off on This is What <i>IGOR</i> “Non-Fill” Looks Like