Managing open-source mobile security and privacy for activists worldwide | Salted Hash Ep 18 By IDG.TV Nathan Freitas, who heads The Guardian Project, talks with host Steve Ragan and senior writer J.M. Porup about the group's easy-to-use secure apps, open-source software libraries, and customized mobile devices being used around the world. ...Read More »
First Look: Unboxing the Apple HomePod By IDG.TV We have Apple’s new smart speaker. Watch the video to see us unbox it and set it up. Plus, we answer questions from the viewing audience. ...Read More »
The Mike Zielinski Show By Clip Syndicate Mike Zielinski is joined by Balasios Lahaniatis to discuss the Berks Video Game Development Center. ...Read More »
PixelSquid Assets' New Price By Ko Maruyama PixelSquid is changing its subscription model, but in a good way. While it may be true that the price per month is going up, the customizable library of options has gone up as well. For an increase of $5/month over the current subscription cost, new users are coming to PixelSquid with about 4x the options to place 3D objects in their comps. Even better - - if you're already an active subscriber, there's no price change - - and you know about the regularly growing library options. (* if you're new, you can get in on the old price before the change(below)). ...Read More »
Tech Talk: Apple's home speaker, HomePod, arrives By IDG.TV It's about the sound, not the smart. Apple's new home speaker, HomePod, integrates its Apple Music subscription by voice. It carries a hefty price tag of $349.99. The panelists call the move late and half-baked. ...Read More »
HomePod early reviews, Apple Watch apps and developers, iOS 11.3 Battery Health: Macworld Podcast ep. 591 By IDG.TV The first round of HomePod reviews are out. Developers are leaving the Apple Watch. The beta of iOS 11.3 with Battery Health settings will be released soon. We also feature your comments and questions. ...Read More »
Nest Cam IQ Outdoor review By IDG.TV Nest's IQ Outdoor is a great home security camera but there are some things you need to know before buying. ...Read More »
Spectre and Meltdown | Salted Hash Ep 17 By IDG.TV What is it about the Spectre and Meltdown attacks that scared everyone so much? Host Steve Ragan and J.M. Porup talk through the impact of these hardware flaws. ...Read More »
CIO Leadership Live with Joel Jacobs, CIO at MITRE Corp. | Ep 4 By IDG.TV Show host Maryfran Johnson talks with CIO Joel Jacobs of MITRE Corp., a private non-profit research organization that provides consulting, engineering, and technical services for numerous federal government agencies. A big part of its mission is to keep innovating -- in everything from predictive analytics to mobile app development. ...Read More »
PCWorld is on Twitch! By IDG.TV Come follow your favorite PCWorld editors, now on Twitch.tv. ...Read More »
Trick or Treat: Trick Digital Tackles Visual Effects for "Jeepers Creepers III" with Fusion Studio The chills continue in "Jeepers Creepers III," the latest film in the "Jeepers Creepers" franchise. The Creeper was first introduced to audiences in 2001 when it terrorized siblings Trish and Darry Jenner. It then returned to the big screen in 2003 when it attacked a school bus full of high school basketball players and cheerleaders. Now in the third installment, "Jeepers Creepers III" shows what happened in the days between the first two movies when the Creeper was still hunting for victims. Adam Clark of Trick Digital was the film's visual effects (VFX) supervisor who was tasked with bringing the Creeper to life in the new film. ...Read More »
6 Reasons WordPress is the Content Management System for You Literally millions of websites all over the globe rely on WordPress as the backbone of their operations, using the system to build and maintain an excellent blog or a business page. Despite the fact almost everyone has heard of WordPress, there is a lot about it that most people don't know. For instance, about 30% of all sites in existence work on WordPress. ...Read More »
Alpine Skiing By Miles Weston This is the second in the series of documenting the U.S. Olympic Trials covering figure skating and media day. Follow your favorites at this year's XXIII Olympic Winter Games. ...Read More »
Our favorite new features in iOS 11.3 By IDG.TV Apple’s bringing us a lot of great new stuff in the next iOS point release. ...Read More »
iOS 11.3 update, iOS 12 rumors, T co-processors in new Macs, HomePod: Macworld Podcast ep. 590 By IDG.TV Details about iOS 12 have leaked, while Apple released the iOS 11.3 beta. Apple could release new Macs with its T co-processor later this year. We also feature your comments and questions. ...Read More »
Olympics Journey By Miles Weston In a few weeks all eyes will be on a Pyeongchang County, South Korea to watch what could be one of the most historical Winter Olympic Games of recorded time. Putting politics aside, athletes from around the globe have been training for years for this moment to test their skills, endurance, stamina and grace against their equals. This year professional photographer Jeff Swinger captured images of the highs and lows of the U.S. hopefuls for USA Today Sports. ...Read More »
Content Insider #557 - Fresh Start By Miles Weston Sundance was "different" this year. The #MeToo ground rules took center stage this year with some good projects where females and minorities found their voice. There were some great leading edge/edgy projects to view. There was a solid set of VR (virtual reality) offerings that showed the technology is finding its way and its place in personal and group immersive entertainment. It's found its way and is moving to become commercially viable, not just another cute oddity. There was a whole lot of angst as to how aggressive the distributors were going to be with their checkbooks. Not a lot of them wrote big checks in the past and they said it was because the excitement quality wasn't there. They're hungry for the hits but they have to be the safe hits. ...Read More »
What is NB-IoT? By IDG.TV Narrow-band IoT is the major wireless carriers' play to capture a significant chunk of the burgeoning enterprise IoT marketplace, even if the standard isn't quite ready for prime time yet. Here's a look at the technology that's coming to a base station near you. ...Read More »
Take a VR / 3D Tour of Vogue Super Model Closets ROGUE, a creative boutique in NYC (www.postgonerogue.com), specializes in high-end production and post-production for film, advertising, and digital. Since its founding two years ago, Executive Creative Director, Alex MacLean and his team have produced a large body of work demonstrating their expertise in Color Grading, Finishing and Visual Effects with clients like HBO, Vogue, Google, Vice, Fader, and many more. For the past three years MacLean has also been at the forefront of VR/360 content for narratives and advertising, and understands the challenges and rewards of post artists working in VR. ...Read More »
Z CAM & ASSIMILATE Announce Integrated S1 VR Camera and SCRATCH VR Z Bundle for Professionals, Now at $3999 The Z CAM S1/SCRATCH VR Z Bundle - from image acquisition with Z CAM's S1 Professional VR Camera, and stitching with its WonderStitch software, through to a streamlined VR post-production workflow with ASSIMILATE's real-time SCRATCH VR Z tools. With this ease of use and increased productivity, content creators benefit with the ability to focus on their creativity and storytelling rather than wrangling the complexities of technology. ...Read More »
Tech Talk: The coding benefits of serverless computing By IDG.TV The panel talks about serverless systems, which spin up a snippet of code that runs on demand to perform a business operation. It's a step toward a more developer-friendly approach to code development. ...Read More »
10 Best Places to Work in 2018 By IDG.TV Looking for a better workplace? Here are the 10 best companies you can work for, according to Glassdoor. ...Read More »
August Doorbell Cam Pro 2 review By IDG.TV The August Doorbell Cam Pro 2 provides a sharp, clear picture of what's happening on your doorstep, with two-way audio via your smartphone. We didn't like the subscription fees. ...Read More »
Ready for the EU's GDPR compliance deadline? Many companies aren't | Salted Hash Ep 16 By IDG.TV CSO senior editor Michael Nadeau joins host Steve Ragan to talk about predictions for 2018, including the looming GDPR compliance deadline. ...Read More »
Tech Talk: Where blockchain's going this year By IDG.TV Blockchain has moved away from its cryptocurrency roots and is now being eyed as a platform for everything from global shipping to P2P cloud storage to real estate. Our Tech Talk panel looks at where it's going in 2018. ...Read More »
Tech Talk: IT trends for 2018 – passwords on the way out, blockchain evolves By IDG.TV Our tech panel envisions the end of passwords, looks at how blockchain is evolving, details why 'serverless' computing is a boon to devs and wonders why Apple's HomePod seems late to the game. ...Read More »
Tech Talk ep 5 pt 1: The beginning of the end of the password in 2018 By IDG.TV Tech Talk ep 5 pt 1: The beginning of the end of the password in 2018 ...Read More »
Let's play the Sea Of Thieves Beta By IDG.TV Watch the crew of HMS PCWorld sail the seven seas and battle bugs in Rare's enthralling Sea of Thieves beta. ...Read More »
HomePod, iPhone rumors, iOS 11.3: Macworld Podcast episode 589 By IDG.TV Apple’s HomePod goes on sale this Friday. Are you buying one? The latest iPhone rumors have created confusion about the future of the iPhone X. Apple provides a sneak peek into new features coming to iOS. We also feature your comments and questions. ...Read More »
8bitdo SN30 Pro review: A Super Nintendo inspired controller for the PC By IDG.TV The SN30 Pro takes on the Xbox One controller for PC gaming dominance. ...Read More »
Amazon Cloud Cam review By IDG.TV The Amazon Cloud Cam is an impressive entry into the home security camera market by the online retailer. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: 2018 – the year blockchain breaks out By IDG.TV Blockchain continues to evolve and grow, as more companies test it out. It's now seen as the heart of a new global shipping platform that could save companies billions of dollars and as the underpinning for a P2P cloud storage endeavor. ...Read More »
What you need to know about Meltdown and Spectre By IDG.TV Here's everything you need to know about the Meltdown and Spectre CPU exploits. ...Read More »
Filmmaker Cole Claassen Capture the History of Country Music Through the Songs of Singer and Songwriter Dean Dillon How does a chance encounter bring about an on-the-spot decision to make a feature-length documentary? For Cole Claassen it all started with country music. "We wanted to shoot in 4K and had heard so much about the URSA Mini 4.6K," noted Claassen. "Its size was very convenient to our run-and-gun, fast setup format that we were basically regulated to by the celebrity interviewees who were very busy and kind enough to give us the time they did. We needed to be fast when interviewing the artists, and the URSA Mini 4.6K was a great choice for the job." ...Read More »
Everything you need to know about Meltdown, Spectre, and GPU price increases | The Full Nerd Ep 39 By IDG.TV The Full Nerd crew tells you how bad of a hit performance takes from Meltdown and Spectre patches—and if you'll get them at all. Even worse: GPU prices are insane (again). Here's why and what to do about it. ...Read More »
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