Ep 22 of 2012
Monday May 28, 2012
On the show today, Organisers of the Square Kilometer Array project have decided that both Australia and South Africa will jointly host the $2 billion radio telescope with New Zealand also playing a role.
The Facebook float begins to list… Apple’s new iPad, otherwise known as the iPad 3 does some amazing things in the market place only after 2 months on the shelves, Chrome and Microsoft’s Internet explorer go head to head, and Telstra reissues 230,000 passwords and it looks like there are some privacy reforms on the way. Also today, Adam takes a look at Raspberry Pi - a small computer brain for about $25.
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This week's app of the week:
A facial recognition app built on Australian-designed technology proposes to warn users when their photos appear on social networks, allowing them to track down unauthorised or unwanted photos from the sites.
The CeeQ Facebook app was designed to help users find photos they appear in on Facebook.
And this week, the Odd Spot: When Photoshop goes wrong: 'floating' inspectors cause internet stir:
And the award for the worst Photoshop ever? For the second year in a row, the unofficial award goes to China after news that it was once again guilty of badly Photoshopping an official photo.
The story went viral after Time magazine published a photo and story showing Chinese officials seeming to walk on air.
You can read more : http://www.smh.com.au/technology/technology-news/when-photoshop-goes-wrong-floating-inspectors-cause-internet-stir-20120523-1z3zo.html#ixzz1wAV8kOHS