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The platforming of our lives on social media apps — like Facebook, Instagram and Twitter — is usually met with criticism. Interactive technologies, like video games and social media, we’re told, make us anti-social. Now, as a result of social distancing efforts in response to the coronavirus pandemic, online social networks and video conferencing platforms like Zoom are redefining what it means to be social through our technologies
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Since the lockdown started in SA three weeks ago, yoga teacher Shasta Jordan’s online streamed classes have grown by a third. They are relatively small numbers, but it demonstrates the shift towards streaming in this sudden onset age of self-isolation.
If, before COVID-19, you were concerned about all the data that technology companies had about you, just wait. As stay-at-home orders push more professional and social activities online, it’s becoming harder to remain in control.
It’s weird that, if you wanted to video call someone ten years ago, you would turn to Skype. Not only…
It hasn’t taken long for bored individuals to work out fancy new ways of inflicting themselves on people who want nothing more than to get on with their lives without, well… asshats turning up and ruining things. The sudden boom in popularity of video conferencing app Zoom has seen the launch of Public Zoom hangouts as a way of replacing more conventional social contact. Of course, some people have gone out of their way to spoil it.
Okay, you’re stuck at home. Maybe you have to work from home, maybe you want to set up a virtual…
Fujifilm has announced a new long-range surveillance camera that can spot a vehicle’s licence plate from one kilometre away.
if you use Zoom video conferencing software on your Mac computer, any website you’re visiting in your web browser can turn on your device camera without your permission.
Dropbox is getting a makeover and you’ll now be able to link with and work on Google Docs and Slack, in addition to a few other tools like Zoom.