Microsoft is worried about remote working. Here's why Watch Now Microsoft is rolling out a faster way for Teams users to switch between Gallery, Together Mode, Focus Mode and more to suit the flow of video meetings. The company has released its new Teams 'View Switcher' to public preview, allowing users to click from an always-available menu of different views. Located at the top left of the screen, the view switcher icon allows for quick switching between Gallery, Large gallery, Together mode, Gallery at top, Focus, and Full screen. SEE: BYOD security warning: You can't do everything securely with just personal devices It was one of a host of new and upcoming Teams features announced at Microsoft Ignite 2021 in March . Via Windows Central , different views were previously available to choose from in the ellipsis 'overflow' menu in the meeting toolbar. The view switcher makes it easier to switch views and control how to view meeting content or … [Read more...] about Microsoft Teams: This new feature could make your meetings easier to watch
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If there was any doubt that Apple was the most innovative company in the world, alongside its new AirPods 3 and MacBook Pro , it's just debuted something that could literally change the world: a polishing cloth. This new accessory, listed on Apple's website , costs $19 (roughly £15, AU$25). It's "made with soft, nonabrasive material" which "cleans any Apple display", though that latter fact is immediately disproven by a compatibility list that doesn't include every Apple device with a display. Sorry, iPhone 5 users, but you can jog on. Got an entry-level 2013 iPad? Bin it, it's beyond cleaning. The Apple store listing doesn't say how big the cloth is; if it's several meters squared, then perhaps the sarcasm in this article regarding the ludicrous price is unfounded. But that would be a curious size for a piece of fabric designed to clean smartphones and computer screens. Apple Music Voice Plan : for limitless music (as long as there are no instruments) What you … [Read more...] about How did we ever clean our tech without Apple’s new $19 polishing cloth?
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday in favor of a California police officer who was accused of using “excessive force” during an arrest, reversing the liberal Ninth Circuit appeals court on an issue at the center of the “defund the police” movement. Union City, California, police officer Daniel Rivas-Villegas responded to a 911 call from “a crying 12-year-old girl reporting that she, her mother, and her 15 year-old sister had shut themselves into a room at their home because her mother’s boyfriend, Cortesluna, was trying to hurt them and had a chainsaw,” The Court explains in a per curiam opinion. “The girl told the operator that Cortesluna was ‘always drinking,’ had ‘anger issues,’ was ‘really mad,’ and was using the chainsaw to ‘break something in the house,'” The Supreme Court added. After Rivas-Villegas arrived to the scene with four other officers, one officer asked whether the girl and her family were able to exit the house, to which dispatch said they “were … [Read more...] about Supreme Court: Police Knee in Back During Arrest Not ‘Excessive Force’
MyRepublic says almost 80,000 of its mobile subscribers in Singapore have had their personal data compromised, following a security breach on a third-party data storage platform. The affected system had contained identity verification documents needed for mobile services registration, including scanned copies of national identity cards and residential addresses of foreign residents. The "unauthorised data access" incident was uncovered on August 29 and the relevant authorities had been informed of the breach, said MyRepublic in a statement Friday. It pointed to industry regulator Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) and Personal Data Protection Commission, which oversees the country's Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA). MyRepublic said personal data of its mobile customers were stored on the affected system, adding that "unauthorised access to the data storage facility" since had been plugged. The incident had been "contained", it said. Asked how long it had used the … [Read more...] about MyRepublic customer data compromised in third-party security breach
Home / Opinions / Wearables AndRoided Out AC's fitness freaks dish on the favorite tech that keeps them fit and happy. Michael L Hicks 14 Oct 2021 2 Source: Michael Hicks / Android Central When it comes to the best fitness trackers or fitness-themed smartwatches , we'll test each watch for a couple of weeks to get a clear sense of how they work. But then we'll move on to the following review, and that watch will get shoved in a bin with other tech or shipped back to the company. Even if a watch or its fitness app impresses us, that doesn't always mean we'll keep using it. As part of my marathon training , I surveyed my colleagues on the fitness tech they use to stay fit. I've reviewed a couple of cheap fitness bands, but my colleagues have spent years testing the best (and worst) offerings from Garmin, Samsung, Apple, Fitbit, TicWatch, and so many other brands. With a wealth of free review units to choose from, … [Read more...] about What fitness tech and apps do the Android Central staff actually use?
De beste PC-games hebben er nog nooit zo goed uitgezien en zo geweldig aangevoeld. Tegenwoordig zijn ze groter dan ooit, maar ook uitdagender en visueel aantrekkelijker. Bovendien dompelen ze je onder in nieuwe en verre werelden met uitdagingen en plaatsen om te verkennen. Ze houden je uren, dagen of zelfs wekenlang bezig. Nu de Nvidia GeForce RTX-kaarten en de Big Navi-reeks van AMD in ons midden zijn, is er nog nooit een beter moment geweest om kennis te maken met PC-gaming. Nu de strijd tussen Nvidia en AMD is losgebarsten en er nieuwe grafische kaarten aan de horizon liggen, zullen PC-games er beter uitzien dan ooit. Er is ook een opmerkelijk grote bibliotheek van briljante games voor de PC. Vergeet je PlayStation - en Xbox -consoles. De beste PC-games bestaan uit een breed scala aan genres, van platformgames en point-and-click avonturen, tot retrofavorieten en actievolle first-person shooters, die gebruik maken van de beste graphics voor oogverblindende visuals. In … [Read more...] about Beste PC-games in 2021: deze titels moet je gespeeld hebben
Apple kicked off its Apple Unleashed Event coverage by letting the world know that a new Apple Music plan was coming – the Voice Plan. Half the price of the standard Apple Music plan, it’s designed for those that like to use Siri to command their Apple devices (although how many people that really is remains to be seen). However, contained within that description is something rather mysterious – what does Voice Plan really mean? What music can you listen to? What are you losing by skipping half the price? Want some new AirPods? Well, read all about the new AirPods 3 Apple Music Voice Plan – how will it work? So what will you get? Basically, Siri is your own personal DJ, allowing you to ask it to play you things wherever you can talk to the personal assistant. You’ll be able to ask for more things in terms of the types of music you’re after – not just ‘hit music’ or ‘country songs’, but ‘dinner party playlist’ or ‘music for hiking’ will be enabled. … [Read more...] about Apple Music Voice Plan: everything we know (and what we don’t)
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more . Home / Accessories Mostly all in one This scale might be the only connected health gadget you need. Russell Holly 8 Jun 2016 8 Connected health tech usually is all about strapping gadgets to your body in order to feed data to an app on your phone. Wear this thing when you run, this thing when you sleep, this thing when you go swimming, and so on until you're never not wearing some kind of connected health bauble. Using data to help keep yourself healthy is great, but sometimes the way we go about it is clumsy. The folks at Withings have released a new model in their line of highly successful connected scales that takes aim at some of these other connected health gadgets, making it so your bathroom scale is all you really need for a detailed look at how healthy you are. We've been using one for a couple of days now, and here's how it works! Withings Body Cardio … [Read more...] about Feet on: Withings Body Cardio Scale adds tons of sensors for better health
Netflix has a bulging library of TV shows, and as each week brings new content , it becomes an exercise of sifting through the best of the bunch. To cut time, you'll find highlights of new content below, as well as CNET's full list of best TV Originals on Netflix. What to watch this week (Oct. 18 to 24) A couple of major titles hit Netflix toward the end of this week. Thursday Cowboy Bebop (season 1) -- Before Netflix brings its live-action adaptation, follow the adventures of the bounty hunter and his pals in the original anime. Sex, Love, and goop (season 1) -- It's Gwyneth Paltrow's TV show. Your friends at goop have taken time out to give you insight into how to enhance your relationship and find deeper intimacy. Friday Adventure Beast (season 1) -- This animated adult comedy series follows a zoologist and his assistant on a mission to save wild beasts. Inside Job (season 1) –- This animated series from Alex Hirsch and Shion Takeuchi takes us … [Read more...] about Netflix: 54 best TV shows to watch this week
Facebook recently announced an update to how it counts users on its platforms. From now on, Facebook will be counting a single user’s Instagram and Facebook accounts as two separate users, boosting advertising numbers. Gizmodo reports that in a recent update, Facebook quietly revealed that it would now be counting a single user’s Instagram and Facebook accounts as two separate users. This allows Facebook to claim that twice as many users have seen certain ads, increasing the amount of money that advertisers are paying to the social media giant. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is applauded as he delivers the opening keynote introducing new Facebook, Messenger, WhatsApp, and Instagram privacy features at the Facebook F8 Conference at McEnery Convention Center in San Jose, California on April 30, 2019. – Got a crush on another Facebook user? The social network will help you connect, as part of a revamp unveiled Tuesday that aims to foster real-world relationships and make the … [Read more...] about Zuck Accounting: Facebook to Change How It Counts Users to Boost Ads Business