Throwing the Internet into the mix The issue becomes more complicated if you decide to throw your new creation up on the Internet to share with your buddies online, however. "Obviously, if you buy music on a CD or through iTunes or some other service, it doesn't give you the right to re-broadcast over the Internet," Sheffner said. "It wouldn't really change the calculus if you stripped out the lyrics." Still, he says there are gray areas in the law—some might make fair use arguments if you made a homemade video of some sort, though those questions are still largely unresolved in a legal sense. … [Read more...] about Making your own karaoke CDs: is it legal?
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For a long time, the Canon G7 X Mark III was our favorite compact vlogging camera, but it's just been knocked off its perch by the excellent Sony ZV-1. By combining all of the best bits of Sony's RX100 series (for example, the RX100 VII's microphone port and autofocus, plus the RX100 V's bright 24-70mm f/1.8-2.8 lens) the ZV-1 really nails what most people want from a small vlogging camera. Sony's latest Real-time tracking and Eye AF are the best around and the ZV-1 also has a huge amount of depth for a compact camera, including a built-in ND filter and profiles like S-Log2 for those who want to embrace color grading. We still think the Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark III's stabilization and image quality are better still, but you won't find a finer pocket vlogging camera than the Sony ZV-1. … [Read more...] about Best cameras for vlogging 2020: 11 great choices for video creators
Even NHS Digital has felt knock-on effects from the confusion surrounding the app. Wilkinson tells ZDNet that users seeking out NHSX's contact-tracing app have mistakenly been downloading the NHS App instead – a service designed by NHS Digital that is completely separate from that developed by NHSX and allows patients to access primary care services though their smartphone. "We had quite a lot of people being really confused by that," says Wilkinson. … [Read more...] about ‘There’s no way back after this’: Inside the unexpected tech revolution at the NHS
Who it's for If you need the longest possible battery life If you need a huge display If you take a ton of zoom photography If you need cross-carrier 5G compatibility Who it isn't for If you need a compact one-handed phone If you need to save money on your phone purchase If you want streamlined, clutter-free software 5 months later, my rating of the Galaxy S20 Ultra is the same. Its hardware, display, specs, and features are exceptional. Its performance, battery life, and cameras have held up well over the months, even weighing in the camera's quirks in some situations. This is an overall great phone and one that the biggest tech fans will enjoy using every day. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra review, 5 months on: Large and still in charge