FroKnowsPhoto 10-yr Anniversary SUPER MEGA Giveaway!!!

FroKnowsPhoto 10-yr Anniversary SUPER MEGA Giveaway!!!

Win your choice of a Camera or Lens(s) valued up to $4,999!!! Welcome to the SUPER MEGA CAMERA Giveaway in Celebration of 10 years of FroKnowsPhoto. There’s NO PURCHASE necessary to enter for your chance to win. There are many different ways to get entries including watching my latest YouTube Videos, Following me on Instagram, and many more. Please be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel as well as watch each new video for more entries. There will be 1 GRAND PRIZE WINNER of a Camera or Lenses valued up to $3,499. BUT this time around there’s a BONUS $1,500 available to the Grand Prize winner if they’ve purchased FroPack1, 2 or the Bundle or any of my video guides throughout the years. (The purchase will be verified before the bonus is awarded) ADDED BONUS Entries + How to SCORE the $1,500 Extra towards gear if you’re the GRAND PRIZE WINNER: If you purchase or already own FroPack2 or the FroPackBundle you will score an extra 100 or 200 entries respectively. If you purchase or have already purchased any of the FroKnowsPhoto Video Guides found here, you will score an extra 100 entries each. These entries will be added manually on the back end. (please keep in mind those extra entries may not be visible to you on the front end but they will be added to the system on the backend. YOU DO NOT NEED TO PURCHASE FroPack1 or FroPack2 in order to have a chance at winning any prizes. See the WINNER of the Last Giveaway!!!!

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Adobe Flash rides off into the sunset

Adobe Flash rides off into the sunset

Adobe scheduled to end support for its famous Flash on December 31st, 2020, and today is the day. While Adobe won’t start blocking Flash content until January 12th, major browsers will shut it all down tomorrow and Microsoft will block it in most versions of Windows. It’s over.

Continue Reading . . . https://www.theverge.com/2020/12/31/22208190/adobe-flash-is-dead

FCC orders phone companies to help trace illegal robocallers

FCC orders phone companies to help trace illegal robocallers

The FCC has been adopting more and more measures to combat robocalls, and the latest set of rules (PDF) it’s implementing include limiting even non-telemarketing calls made to residential phones.

Continue Reading . . . https://www.engadget.com/fcc-illegal-robocalls-tracing-new-rules-122542768.html

Ticketmaster pays $10 million fine after hacking a startup rival

Ticketmaster pays $10 million fine after hacking a startup rival

Ticketmaster has agreed to pay a $10 million criminal fine to avoid prosecution over charges that it illegally accessed a rival’s computer system, Reuters has reported.

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LG Display’s transparent OLED puts a screen between you and the sushi chef

LG Display’s transparent OLED puts a screen between you and the sushi chef

As per its annual tradition, LG Display is preparing to show off some new display tech demos for CES 2021, with the focus set on showing where transparent OLED may fit in the pandemic age.

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11 great sci-fi books from 2020 to check out on your new Kindle

11 great sci-fi books from 2020 to check out on your new Kindle

It’s not easy to make it to a library right now, and with a long winter stuck at home looming ahead for many of us, there’s never been a better time to hunker down with a good book.

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Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update starts rolling out to Galaxy Note 10 devices

Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update starts rolling out to Galaxy Note 10 devices

Samsung’s One UI 3.0 update has started hitting older Samsung devices starting with the Galaxy Note 10 and Galaxy Note 10 Plus, according to SamMobile.

Continue Reading . . . https://www.theverge.com/2020/12/30/22206126/samsung-one-ui-3-0-update-note-10-germany-rollout

Modeling the bizarre remnants of a supernova

Modeling the bizarre remnants of a supernova

When stars of a certain large size and energy run out of fuel, the result is a supernova explosion that can be spotted with the naked eye just once in a lifetime. Some leave behind a relatively spherical supernova remnant.

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The Morning After: Boston Dynamics’ dancing robots are back

The Morning After: Boston Dynamics’ dancing robots are back

Today, we’ve got stories on Apple’s “ultra” security measures, someone squeezing entire movies on floppy disks and a deep dive on the ways we might connect, without touch, in a post-pandemic world. But for this opening salvo, let’s home in on a family of dancing robots.

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Apple Card’s new web portal lets you pay your balance on a PC

Apple Card’s new web portal lets you pay your balance on a PC

You’ll no longer have to be entirely dependent on the Wallet app for your Apple Card transactions. The tech giant has launched a web portal for its credit card, giving you a way to pay your balance online even if you don’t have or have lost access to your phone.

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Tim Cook’s Response to Facebook Is the Best Example of Emotional Intelligence I’ve Ever Seen

Tim Cook’s Response to Facebook Is the Best Example of Emotional Intelligence I’ve Ever Seen

When Apple announced in June that it would start requiring apps to ask for permission before tracking users, it was applauded by privacy advocates.

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American Airlines will resume Boeing 737 Max passenger flights today

American Airlines will resume Boeing 737 Max passenger flights today

American Airlines is the first domestic carrier to resume flights with Boeing’s 737 Max after the plane was withdrawn from service more than a year ago. CNBC reports that the craft’s return to active duty begins with Flight 718, a roundtrip jaunt from Miami to New York.

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UK vinyl sales have grown for the 13th year in a row

UK vinyl sales have grown for the 13th year in a row

Vinyl’s resurgence wasn’t a fad. Today, the British Phonographic Industry (BPI) has announced that 4.8 million LP albums were sold this year in the UK. That’s almost 10 percent higher than 2019 and consistent year-over-year growth since 2007.

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In 2023, you won’t be able to fly most drones in the US without broadcasting your location

In 2023, you won’t be able to fly most drones in the US without broadcasting your location

If you intend to fly a drone in the US, you’re going to want to pay attention: the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) just issued the single biggest set of changes to US drone law since the agency first took an interest in the technology.

Continue Reading . . . https://www.theverge.com/2020/12/28/22203398/faa-remote-id-rules-location-night-over-people