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Star Wars: The Clone Wars Returns For One More Season – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Star Wars: The Clone Wars Returns For One More Season Ubergizmo Fans of Star Wars might recall that about a decade ago, an animated series dubbed Star Wars: The Clone Wars was launched. Fans also probably recall how the series was cancelled back in 2013 which we're sure many felt was a bit of a pity, although there ... YouTube HTML5 Video Player YouTube SDCC 2018: Star Wars: The Clone Wars to Return with New Episodes | StarWars.com StarWars.com all 158 news articles »

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Instagram Now Shows When Your Friends Are Online – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Instagram Now Shows When Your Friends Are Online Ubergizmo When using apps like Facebook Messenger or WhatsApp, seeing if your friends are online at the moment is important because then you know whether or not the person might reply immediately. However when it comes to Instagram, we're not sure if there is a ... and more »

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AnyVision AI startup locks in $28M for its body and facial recognition tech

As image recognition advances continue to accelerate, startups with a mind towards security applications are seeing some major interest to turn surveillance systems more intelligent. AnyVision is working on face, body and object recognition tech and the underlying system infrastructure to help companies deploy smart cameras for various purposes. The tech works when deployed on most types of camera and does not require highly sophisticated sensors to operate, the company says “It’s not just how accurate the system is, it’s also how much it scales,” Etshtein tells TechCrunch. “You can put more than 20 concurrent full HD camera streams on a single GPU.” The Tel Aviv-based AI startup announced today that it has closed a $28 million Series A funding round led by Bosch. The quickly growing company already has 130 employees and has plans to open up three new offices by the year’s end. Right now, AnyVision is working on products in a few different verticals. Its security product called “ Better Tomorrow ” has been a key focus for the company. Even as tech giants in the U.S. like Amazon and Google are scrutinized for contracts with government orgs that involve facial recognition tech, Etshtein believes that their company’s solution will be an improvement over existing video surveillance technologies in terms of protecting the public’s privacy. “Today, the video management systems basically record everything and you can see individuals faces, you can see everything.”Etshtein says. “Once our system is installed it pixelates all the faces in the stream automatically, even the operator in the control center cannot see your face because the mathematical models just represent the persons of interest.” The company also recently released a product called FaceKey that leverages the company’s facial recognition tech for verification purposes, allowing customers with phones that are not just the iPhone X to use their face as a two-factor authentication method in things like banking apps. Now, there have certainly been a lot of issues with maintaining the needed accuracy which is exactly what has made FaceID so novel, but AnyVision CEO Eylon Etshtein claims to have “cracked the problem.” Other products AnyVision is working on include some new efforts in the sports and entertainment spaces as well as a retail analytics platform that they’re hoping to release later this summer.

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DC Universe Subscription Will Cost $8 Per Month – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo DC Universe Subscription Will Cost $8 Per Month Ubergizmo DC fans will be well aware that it has been working on its own streaming service for DC movies and TV shows. The service has aptly been titled DC Universe and now the company has revealed some more details about it. What DC fans were most looking ... YouTube HTML5 Video Player YouTube DC Universe: The Ultimate DC Membership DC Universe all 243 news articles »

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Facebook To Start Enforcing Age Policy Actively – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Facebook To Start Enforcing Age Policy Actively Ubergizmo Facebook requires that users on the social network and Instagram be at least 13 years of age. That is partly due to the requirement to comply with the U.S. Child Online Privacy Protection Act. However, a recent investigation revealed that those rules ... and more »

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Facebook To Start Enforcing Age Policy Actively | Ubergizmo – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Facebook To Start Enforcing Age Policy Actively | Ubergizmo Ubergizmo Facebook requires that users on the social network and Instagram be at least 13 years of age. That is partly due to the requirement to comply with... Working to Keep Facebook Safe | Facebook Newsroom Facebook Newsroom Facebook and Instagram change to crack down on underage children TechCrunch Inside Facebook: Secrets of a Social Network 4Music News all 31 news articles »

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Google May Ship Fuchsia OS On Smartphones In Five Years – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Google May Ship Fuchsia OS On Smartphones In Five Years Ubergizmo It was first reported about two years ago that Google was likely working on a new operating system called Fuchsia, at least internally. The reports at that time suggested that instead of Linux it used the Zirzon real-time kernel. The OS is being ... and more »

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Best Icon Packs For Android – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Best Icon Packs For Android Ubergizmo Android is all about flexibility and customization. You can choose to change the appearance of your home screen or you can completely change your phone's default font style. Installing an icon pack is one of the most popular changes which often ...

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Latest Images Of Neptune Show Incredible Detail – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Latest Images Of Neptune Show Incredible Detail Ubergizmo Neptune is 2.9 billion miles away from Earth and the only better pictures that many of us remember seeing is when the Voyager 2 flew by the planet back in 1989. There isn't any spacecraft orbiting Neptune clearly but the latest images of the distant ... and more »

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Nokia X6 Launched Globally As Nokia 6.1 Plus – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Nokia X6 Launched Globally As Nokia 6.1 Plus Ubergizmo It was reported a few weeks ago that Nokia X6, the company's first smartphone with a notched display, would be released in other markets soon. HMD Global, the company making Nokia-branded smartphones now, only released the handset in China initially. and more »

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