RHA SA-850 Score Details “If you just don’t want to break the $100 barrier, then the RHA SA-850’s are a good compromise that are sure to make you happy, if only to make you yearn for more.” Cool design Warm sounding vocals Deep, tight bass Cloth cable Faux leather headband Muddied highs Short cable No accessories Earcups are hard to adjust UK-based Reid and Heath Acoustics (RHA) hopes to make a splash on this side of the pond with the SA-850 headphones. Designed to look like the retro headphones from a couple decades back, these cans are all but old, sporting 40mm titanium mylar drivers and a braided fabric cord. With a street price around $80, the SA-850’s fall into the sweet spot for consumer wallets; not too spendy to warrant an overly critical ear, but expensive enough to set them apart from the rest. The flagship SA-850’s fall into the company’s SA (Supra Aural) series along … [Read more...] about RHA SA-850 Review
Apple has finally taken the wraps off of its heavily rumored and long-awaited news subscription service. At the company’s “It’s showtime” event on Monday, March 25, the company announced Apple News Plus, a subscription service for newspapers and magazines that is designed to give users access to a massive range of publications at a relatively affordable price. According to Apple, more than 300 magazines will be part of the service, across a range of categories, including health, lifestyle, news, politics, entertainment, travel, food, and more. Over time, it’s expected that the list of magazines will grow. At launch, a number of publications will be part of the service, including the likes of Variety, Wired, National Geographic, and so on. There are also well-known newspapers, like The Wall Street Journal and the Los Angeles Times. The service costs $10 per month and is available in both the United States and Canada. More countries are expected to get the … [Read more...] about Apple News Plus gives you access to more than 300 magazines for $10 per month
DT Recommended Product Hive View Score Details “Hive View’s sleek lines and premium finish will enhance any smart home's interior.” Beautifully-crafted design Well designed, simple to use app Detaches for limited battery-operated use Strong night vision image quality Intelligent sound and motion alerts Magnetic camera mount detaches easily Image quality lacks sharpness No third-party platform integration or local storage Hive may still be a relative newcomer to the North American market, but the connected home division of energy-giant Centrica has been quietly building a comprehensive product portfolio in the United Kingdom for over five years. Now with two smart thermostats and a range of smart plugs and door and window sensors under its belt, the Hive View USCA9000570 ($200) is the company’s new smart security camera. It represents Hive’s latest collaboration with award-winning … [Read more...] about Hive View review
View this post on Instagram ‘Imagine this…’ (2019) Mark Zuckerberg reveals the truth about Facebook and who really owns the future… see more @sheffdocfest VDR technology by @cannyai #spectreknows #privacy #democracy #surveillancecapitalism #dataism #deepfake #deepfakes #contemporaryartwork #digitalart #generativeart #newmediaart #codeart #markzuckerberg #artivism #contemporaryart A post shared by Bill Posters (@bill_posters_uk) on Jun 7, 2019 at 7:15am PDT A video of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg proclaiming his power over “millions of people’s stolen data” as the billionaire stoically gestures on camera is garnering tens of thousands of views on Instagram. The problem? The video is generated entirely by artificial intelligence — and the real Zuckerberg had nothing to do with the video or the words it contains. Deepfake videos circulating on social media are nothing new — the most famous was a recent fake of House Speaker … [Read more...] about Will this deepfake of a power-hungry Zuckerberg make Facebook rethink fake news?
YouTube took down an incredibly realistic — and fake — video purporting to show Kim Kardashian West discussing a shadowy organization called “Spectre” and mocking her fans for violating copyright. The takedown on Monday could give public figures a new weapon in the fight against deepfakes, but it won’t help much as fake videos increasingly target everyday people. Deepfakes — or incredibly realistic fake videos — have grown from a nuisance to a worldwide problem as they’ve become harder and harder to detect. The videos can essentially make it look like someone said something when they never did, and could be used for all kinds of nefarious purposes, from pranks to politics. The Kardashian deepfake, uploaded to YouTube on May 29 by anti-advertising activists Brandalism, was removed because of a copyright claim by publisher Condé Nast. The original video used to make the deepfake came from a video uploaded in April by the … [Read more...] about Kim Kardashian can get a deepfake taken off YouTube. It’s much harder for you