Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is blowing up — and not only in the sense it has become viral on social media. The recently launched phones literally been exploding. The U.S. seems to be the only market affected. Here's how to comply with the recall.
According to reports, Japanese game developer Sega's newest PlayStation offering for adults reportedly will feature a live-cam interface allowing players to interact with webcam models in-game. "Yakuza 6" will bow in Japan in December.
Although it sounds like it’s sexually transmitted, “Touch Disease” is a hardware issue that affects iPhone 6 and 6+ models. The problem is caused by a chip on the phone’s flexible motherboard that, with use, eventually falls off, rendering the phone useless.
New malware designed to infect iPhones can jailbreak your phone, take over major apps, and steal personal information and pics. Apple advises updating immediately if you want to keep your private life private.
A flaw in the MS “Anniversary” Windows 10 update caused massive webcam failure. A fix is coming in September, but not even Microsoft's techs know what to do in the meantime. Fortunately, someone does: Here's a workaround for Skype.
In some circles, the Skype platform is considered the gold standard for video chatting. It’s inexpensive (free to go cam-to-cam with a fellow Skype user), it works well across all types of devices, and it has lots of great features. More than 300 million people use Skype, which is another benefit.
The camera makes a big difference in webcamming. You can’t do business without it, and the built-in cam on your laptop isn’t gonna cut it if you’re trying to give fans a great show or stay comfortable in those pretty, yoga-like poses. At the very least, you should have a good quality camera.