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Peak Design Travel Backpack 45L and Packing Tools

Peak Design has launched the Travel Backpack 45L and a complete system of Packing Tools . With a focus on versatility, organization, and access, the Travel Line aims to satisfy a simple design directive: no two trips are the same, so the best luggage should adapt to them all.

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Sony Announce 48 Megapixel Smartphone Sensor

Sony have announced the upcoming release of the IMX586 stacked CMOS image sensor for smartphone cameras, which features 48 effective megapixels and an ultra-compact pixel size of 0.8 μm. The new sensor uses the Quad Bayer color filter array, where adjacent 2x2 pixels come in the same color, making high-sensitivity shooting possible. During low light shooting, the signals from the four adjacent pixels are added, raising the sensitivity to a level equivalent to that of 1.6 μm pixels (12 megapixels), resulting in bright, low noise images.

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MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (13-inch, Mid-2017) review – TechRadar

TechRadar MacBook Pro with Touch Bar (13-inch, Mid-2017) review TechRadar The new MacBook Pro is a marked improvement, but clinging onto previously divisive design decisions only continue to hurt it in straight comparisons. While this update certainly doesn't disappoint, apply due diligence before clicking the 'buy' button. and more »

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HumanEyes unveils Vuze XR, a compact, dual-lens camera that can record 360-degree 2D and 180-degree 3D at 5.7K resolution; coming later this year for…

Daven Mathies / Digital Trends : HumanEyes unveils Vuze XR, a compact, dual-lens camera that can record 360-degree 2D and 180-degree 3D at 5.7K resolution; coming later this year for ~$400   —  HumanEyes announced details on a new consumer 360-degree camera, the Vuze XR.  It's a compact, dual-lens camera with an integrated handle …

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$1 million heist on Russian bank started with hack of branch router

Enlarge (credit: Henry Burrows / Flickr ) A prolific hacking group has struck again, this time stealing close to $1 million from Russia’s PIR Bank. The July 3 heist came about five weeks after the sophisticated hackers first gained access to the bank’s network by compromising a router used by a regional branch. The theft—which according to kommersant.ru is conservatively estimated at about $910,000—is the latest achievement of a group researchers at security firm Group-IB call the MoneyTaker group. In a report published last November that first detailed the group, researchers said its members had conducted 20 successful attacks on financial institutions and legal firms in the US, UK, and Russia. In a follow-up report , Group-IB said MoneyTaker netted about $14 million in the hacks, 16 of which were carried out on US targets, five on Russian banks, and one on a banking-software company in the UK. While MoneyTaker is skilled at concealing its activities, Group-IB was able to connect the heists by tracing a common set of tactics, techniques, and procedures. After initially gaining access to a target’s network, members often spend months doing reconnaissance in an effort to elevate system privileges to those of a domain administrator. Members also try to remain active inside hacked networks long after the heists are carried out. The attackers also use a variety of freely available tools popular among hackers and security professionals alike, including the Metasploit exploit framework, Microsoft’s PowerShell management framework, and various Visual Basic scripts. Read 3 remaining paragraphs | Comments

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Vuze XR Dual 360° and VR180 Camera

With the touch of a button, the Vuze XR transforms from a 360° camera to a VR180 camera, enabling content creators to spontaneously tell any story, from every angle. Available in the fourth quarter of 2018, the Vuze XR Camera will be available for purchase in the £400 price range. Additional camera details, specifications and pricing will be available in the coming months.

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MediaTek Announces Helio A22 Budget Processor – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo MediaTek Announces Helio A22 Budget Processor Ubergizmo If you've looked into low-end and mid-range smartphones then you may have discovered that many of them use chips from MediaTek. The company is well-known for its chips that are used in affordable devices. MediaTek today announced a new processor ... and more »

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