iPhone X or newer/iPad running iOS 12 or later: Swipe down from the top right of the screen. iPhone 8 or earlier/iPad running iOS 11 or earlier: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen. (Control Center first appeared in iOS 7). Control Center will pop up. Tap the Orientation Lock icon. … [Read more...] about How to Lock Your iPhone or iPad’s Screen Orientation
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Instant observability for machine learning frameworks Today, Rookout announced adding support for two of the most popular open source machine learning frameworks out there: Apache Spark and Tensorflow. Spark is supported both as a code instrumentation platform and as a data target for Rookout collected data. Weis said other related environments such as Jupyter notebooks are also supported. shift towards developing machine learning-powered applications, that should come as no surprise. But what can Rookout offer to machine learning framework users, and how does it work? … [Read more...] about On the Rookout for live data: Instant observability to fix software bugs and open AI black boxes
Although some purists once looked with a wary eye at Porsche's first SUV, the Cayenne, the German auto maker knows it does good business accommodating its high-end customers. The Macan seems to be part of a drive to attract those elusive middle-ground buyers who find the Cayenne too big and one of Porsche's more standard sports cars too small. Porsche executives went to lengths to draw parallels between the German car maker's more recognizable sports cars—the 911 and even the ultra high-end 918—and the four-door Macan. And although almost everyone wants to call the Macan a shrunk-down Cayenne, Porsche says that's not quite the case either. Furthermore, although the chassis is based on the Audi Q5, Porsche has claimed that over two-thirds of the Macan's parts are not based on Audi's design. … [Read more...] about A day in the new Porsche Macan, an SUV that wants to race
Signal is rethinking how it keeps track of its users' social graphs, too. Another new feature it's testing, called "secure value recovery," would let you create an address book of your Signal contacts and store them on a Signal server, rather than simply depend on the contact list from your phone. That server-stored contact list would be preserved even when you switch to a new phone. To prevent Signal's servers from seeing those contacts, it would encrypt them with a key stored in the SGX secure enclave that's meant to hide certain data even from the rest of the server's operating system. … [Read more...] about Signal is finally bringing its secure messaging to the masses
The obvious highlight with the Pixel 4 XL is its camera, and in this area Google is the brand to beat right now. We'll have to wait until the S20+ retail units show up to see if Samsung is able to measure up to Google this year, but the new 12MP sensor shows a lot of promise. There's also the fact that the S20+ has a 64MP zoom lens with 3z optical zoom and 30x hybrid zoom, and a 12MP wide-angle lens. The Pixel 4 XL, meanwhile, is the only flagship to not offer a wide-angle lens. … [Read more...] about Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus vs. Pixel 4 XL: Which should you buy?