In this edition of the worldwide wrap, Instagram has joined the world of filmmaking and eBay says it has partially fixed a flaw on its auction site.
Instagram has made its first foray into the world of filmmaking, launching its very own 28-part thriller series.
‘Shield 5' will be broadcasted daily via 15-second clips posted to its dedicated Instagram page throughout February.
Via: The Next Web
eBay says it has partially fixed a vulnerability on its online auction site that could have allowed hackers to trick users into downloading malware.
In December, a security company, Check Point, told eBay it had found a flaw in its active content, which allows store owners to offer users pop-ups and other content.
Unfortunately, such emotional concepts are beyond the reach of an algorithm. For many people, Friends Day is instead kicking up the dirt users have worked hard to forget.
Via: Daily Mail
Microsoft has agreed to buy UK start-up SwiftKey, the application company best known for its free software that replaces the default keyboard on Apple and Android phones and tablets.
The Financial Times reports the deal was agreed for about $US250 million ($348.50 million), citing people familiar with the matter.
Several companies were hit by hours of system warnings after 15 GPS satellites broadcast the wrong time, according to time-monitoring company Chronos.
The company observed problems last week, after noticing some GPS time signals were 13 microseconds out.
A team of MIT engineers has revealed its prize-winning design for Elon Musk's revolutionary transportation system Hyperloop. The team had won first place in a design pod competition held by SpaceX on 30 January.
The MIT team beat more than 100 other student design teams from around the world to win the award for best overall design.
Via: International Business Times
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