Xbox One X PC build post-mortem By IDG.TV Now that our Xbox One X PC has been built and tested, we give our final take on the project. ...Read More »
CIO Leadership Live with Bernie Gracy, Chief Digital Officer of Agero | Ep 1 By IDG.TV In this lively hourlong discussion, Maryfran Johnson, executive director of CIO programs for CIO Events and the CIO Executive Council, talks with Bernie Gracy, Chief Digital Officer of Agero, the largest provider of roadside assistance services to car makers and insurance providers across North America. Johnson and Gracy talk about the sophisticated data analytics behind Agero’s services, the challenges he faces in digitizing the entire business and how the roles of CIOs and CDOs are changing and expanding in today’s digital business ecosystem. ...Read More »
iPhone X: Unboxing Apple’s new flagship iPhone By IDG.TV The new iPhone X is here. Here’s a very early look at the new phone. ...Read More »
iPhone X versus the best Android phones | Macworld Podcast Ep. 582 By IDG.TV How does the iPhone X stack up against the Galaxy Note 8, the Google Pixel 2 XL, and the LG V30? ...Read More »
iPhone 8 Plus vs LG G6 | Camera Shootout By IDG.TV We put the LG G6 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus head to head in a smartphone camera showdown. ...Read More »
4 old malware threats still haunting business today By IDG.TV From Conficker to Zeus, these four malware threats continue to impact enterprises today. Watch this short video to learn where they're still lurking. ...Read More »
What is blockchain? Get up to speed with this video primer By IDG.TV Get up to speed quickly on the potential use cases for blockchain technology, in industries such as healthcare, with Esmond Kane, deputy CISO at Partners Healthcare. ...Read More »
Mingis on Tech: Getting the lowdown on the Pixel 2 XL By IDG.TV Google's new Pixel 2 smartphone is out and our reviewer, Dan Rosenbaum, has the details on what it's like to use – and whether it might tempt an iPhone user to switch. ...Read More »
Switching from iOS to Android, Face ID security, the KRACK Wi-Fi exploit, and your comments & questions: Macworld Podcast episode 578 By IDG.TV We address some security concerns this week, from Face ID to the KRACK Wi-Fi exploit. Should you be worried? Also, making the switch from iPhone to Android has a bit of a learning curve. ...Read More »
Switching from iOS to Android, Face ID security, the KRACK Wi-Fi exploit, and your comments & questions: Macworld Podcast episode 578 By IDG.TV We address some security concerns this week, from Face ID to the KRACK Wi-Fi exploit. Should you be worried? Also, making the switch from iPhone to Android has a bit of a learning curve. ...Read More »
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update: My 5 Favorite Features By IDG.TV The Windows 10 Fall Creators Update has a lot of new features, but these five—some big, some small—stand out as my favorites. ...Read More »
Pixel 2 XL: Top 5 camera features By IDG.TV Portrait mode. Video stabilization. Photos Assistant and more. The Pixel 2 XL delivers the most fun, elegant camera experience you'll find in a smartphone. ...Read More »
Surface Book 2 Hands-On: Faster CPUs, discrete GPUs and style to spare By IDG.TV Microsoft now has two Surface Books:13-inch and 15-inch models, with faster CPUs, discrete GPU options and style to spare. Watch our hands-on for more info. ...Read More »
Let's play South Park: The Fractured But Whole By IDG.TV South Park: The Fractured But Whole builds off its predecessor's excellent foundation, with deeper combat, a stronger story, and vulgar jokes galore. ...Read More »
Huawei mate 10 Hands-on By IDG.TV The Neural processing Unit in the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro makes them smarter smartphones. ...Read More »
The Marvel of 360 Live Streaming of Cardiac Surgery in Hyderabad, India V3RA Studios in Hyderabad, India has a clearly stated passion for creating 360/VR videos because they capture the beauty and stories of the world. V3RA is also at the forefront of producing 360/VR experiences for critical, real-world applications like cardiac surgery. Company co-founder Siddarth Kunwar spearheads the VR/360 productions and takes on the roles of DP and director for many of the VR experiences. ...Read More »
Insider tips for bolstering your career with award wins By IDG.TV In this exclusive webcast video, IDG executives outline some insider tips for winning prestigious awards for IT innovation, security or digital leadership. ...Read More »
Worldwide Digital Signage Market is projected to grow at USD 26.3 Billion till 2022 By Herald Keeper Digital signage can be referred as electronic signage. A signage is the design or a group of signs and symbols used for marketing. Digital signs use technologies such as LCD, LED and projection to display content such as digital images, video, streaming media, and information. Digital signage are found in public spaces, transportation systems, museums, stadiums, retail stores, hotels, restaurants, and others to provide way-finding, exhibitions, marketing and outdoor advertising. ...Read More »
RE:Vision Effects supports Silhouette By Ko Maruyama Plugins are a powerful way to get more creative possibility from your host applications. RE:Vision Effects makes a number of those powerful plugins that will help you to change your images. Until recently, Silhouette users weren't able to use some of those. Now, Silhouette artists can use some of the same creative tools that other host applications have access to as well. ...Read More »
Cineware 3D for 2D Design By Ko Maruyama To call this a new way to design with 3D in 2D may not fully explain the power of the plugin. Taking advantage of the same Cinema4D bridge power that After Effects users enjoy, Illustrators are now able to easily wrap their 2D designs onto 3D objects as textures directly within Adobe Illustrator - working in the space that they're expert in. Using familiar language, this will open a new way of working with 3D objects for Adobe Illustrator CC artists. ...Read More »
Cineware 3D for 2D Design By Ko Maruyama To call this a new way to design with 3D in 2D may not fully explain the power of the plugin. Taking advantage of the same Cinema4D bridge power that After Effects users enjoy, Illustrators are now able to easily wrap their 2D designs onto 3D objects as textures directly within Adobe Illustrator - working in the space that they're expert in. Using familiar language, this will open a new way of working with 3D objects for Adobe Illustrator CC artists. ...Read More »
Phishing, application security and cool tools | Salted Hash Ep 3 By IDG.TV CSO's Fahmida Rashid and Steve Ragan dig into the latest phishing attempts (and how to sidestep them), plus the debate over application security, and some cool new tools. ...Read More »
Macworld Podcast Ep 577: iTunes and App Store Updates By IDG.TV iTunes 12.7 took away the iOS app store. But there is a way to get it back. ...Read More »
iOS 11 news, iPad rumors, iTunes and the App Store, and your comments and questions: Macworld Podcast episode 577 By IDG.TV Apple released a beta of iOS 11.1 and it has a few new interesting features. It’s time to start up the iPad rumor mill. And you can replace iTunes 12.7 with iTunes 12.6.3, which lets you access the iOS app store. ...Read More »
How loot boxes are ruining PC games By IDG.TV The loot boxes in Forza Motorsport 7 and Middle-earth: Shadow of War hit a new low for single-player games. ...Read More »
Intel Coffee Lake Core i7-8700K reviewed, the fall PC gaming harvest is here! | The Full Nerd Ep. 33 By IDG.TV Join the Full Nerd gang as they talk about the Core i7-8700K, Intel's 6-core Ryzen rival. Hayden Dingman than catches us up on the coming deluge of fall PC Games. ...Read More »
Streaming Analytics Market is expected to grow at approx. USD 16 Billion by 2023, at 33% of CAGR By Herald Keeper The streaming analytics market is segmented on the basis of components, application, deployment, organization size and vertical. The component segment includes software and service. The service segment includes managed service and professional service. Managed Services can be defined as proactive management of an information technology asset or object, by a third party typically known as a MSP, on behalf of the end-user. ...Read More »
OWC President, Jen Soule, Named Finalist In 14th Annual Stevie(r) Awards for Women In Business Other World Computing, a leading zero emissions Mac and PC technology company, announced today that company President Jen Soule was named a Finalist in the Female Executive of the Year - Consumer Products category in the 14th annual Stevie(r) Awards for Women in Business, and will ultimately be a Gold, Silver, or Bronze Stevie Award winner in the program. ...Read More »
3D Animation Market is expected to reach at USD 20 billion by 2022 By Herald Keeper study reveals that 3D animation is trending in media and entertainment sector. The updated animation technology with better features is the 3D animation. 3D animation has many benefits as great visual effects, greater product understanding, superior ability to portray movements, time management, easily grab attention and many more. Growing adoption of visual effects technology in movies is the key driving factor for 3D animation market. ...Read More »
Lineage Solutions Creates Stereoscopic 3D VR 4K Video with Blackmagic Design The Lineage team's primary project in the studio thus far has been a project called Intelligent Education. They film college professors in stereoscopic 4K using Micro Studio Camera 4Ks so that students and viewers can watch them later in a 3D VR experience via Google Cardboard and soon with the VR headsets HTC VIVE and Oculus Rift. In this environment, the stereo 3D video is displayed alongside a dynamic transcript as well as 3D models and scenes that relate to the learning. ...Read More »
Content Insider #539 - Taking It Back By Miles Weston I don't like DRM for content but I really hate the idea that people think all video - mini-series, series, documentary, movie - should be free to watch and enjoy. Folks like to justify stealing (and that's what it is...) because they're taking in from fat-cat networks, studios, SVOD services. No it's simpler than that you are taking money from indie filmmakers, audio/post people and industry tradespeople. People I know and like for their excellent creative talent. Want the stuff free? Watch it with the periodic ad breaks and appreciate that marketers made that entertainment available to you. When you don't pay Netflix, Hulu, Vimeo, Amazon, Sky and others; those companies can't invest in more projects with video creatives so you'll be stuck with cat/dog and stupid guy stuff. Think about the people who do the work. Stealing from filmmakers sucks! ...Read More »
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