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“Ugly”  #vr #xxxtentacion #membersonly #ripx #cleo_ohsojazzy #xedit
1st #vr experience #hightech #oculusgo
#melting 😰 응엉어ㅓㅓ어 단내에 취한다아ㅏㅏ ತ_ತ
Ghost but, like, for virtual reality. #vr #technologytuesday #mortalkombatstyle
TEXACO AIRBORNE
Very excited my @oculus Quest has arrived!! #vr #virtualreality
Playstation VR in stock! #playstation4 #vr #discreplayeastindy
she's beautiful 😍  Sorry Ski 😐  @theslumpgod ( do not misunderstand me ) #skimasktheslumpgod #skimask #theslumpgod #stokeleyclevon #stokeley #clevon #veryrare #vr #revenge #membersonly #membersonlyvol4 #membersonlyforever #badvibes #badvibesforever
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#unity  #unite seoul 2019 #vr
Comunidad de Realidad Virtual en Bogotá  #bogota #colombia #vr #ar #xr #realidadvirtual
. 💍ビジョフォ💛です! 【 上からベッド美女💘 】 ✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎ . こんな天気嫌だよぉ😢 何日かちょっと体調が優れなかったけど、ようやく回復してきました🤗💕 ・ コメ返し遅くてごめんなさい🙏🏻💦 コメント嬉しいので必ず返します❤️ ・ 久しぶりの"攻め乙"💋💕 . ✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎✳︎ . . 今回紹介するのは【 水原乙 】さん! 《 @mizuhara_oto 》💍✨ . いいね!コメント、フォローで 応援お願いします🗣✨ . 水原乙さんの素敵投稿は ほかにも沢山あるよ!🤗💓 #repost @mizuhara_oto . . 掲載希望の方は【 #ビジョフォ 】で投稿、. 【 @bijo.photo 】も付けてくれると嬉しいです☺️ . . #ビジョフォ #美女 #美人 #かわいい女の子 #綺麗 #japanesegirls #japanesebeauty  #可愛い #かわいい子と繋がりたい #vr #おフェロ #グラビア #グラドル #instagravure #gravure #portrait #beauty #巨乳  #instabeauty #自撮り #被写体 #portrait #ポートレート #水着 #ビキニ #ランジェリー #黒髪 #me  #selfie #水原乙
Alright "Senpai Nightcore" hope you enjoy my gameplay. Playing this was weird. 😂😂 #occulus #occulusrift #vr #beatsaber #anime #senpai #lewd #loli #ecchi #nightcore #htcvive #vive #videogames #videogame
#artinresonance #penmoments Our team enjoyed very much to capture this stunning art piece created by Shanghai-based architecture collective MINAX in #360view In The Wonder Room, MINAX takes inspiration from meticulous woodworking techniques to create a modern take on the traditional Chinese teahouse. @peninsulahongkong #panoramic #panomatics #360 #vr #hongkong #hk #art #minax #360photo #luxury #luxurytravel #virtualtour #peninsula #peninsulahotels #lifestyle #travel #hkig #artinstallation #wood #besthotels #hotelblog #hotelgoals #360life #photo360
Level up yo - Oculus Quest on deck!!! . . . . . . #oculusquest #vr #vrgaming #gamer #videogames #virtualreality #oculus #producerlife #producer #geek #jamaican #jamerican
Даже самые большие концерты умещаются в вашем кармане! ⠀ Ваш любимый исполнитель выступает в другом городе, а времени на путешествие нет?😞 ⠀ С concertVR  и Easy Business Community  вы в считанные минуты сможете приобрести билет по выгодной цене, попасть на живой концерт  или скачать его из постоянно растущей библиотеки! ⠀ ✅Наслаждайтесь концертами,  когда и где удобно! ✅Забудьте про нехватку и завышенную цену билетов, потраченное зря время в очередях и дороге! ⠀ ⭐️🕺💃Революция  развлечений в режиме live наступила, присоединяйтесь! ⠀ Пишите в комментарии и личные сообщения, чтобы получить подробную информацию! ⠀ #ekaterinaserdiukova #bitcoin #бизнес  #криптовалюта  #млм #ЕкатеринаСердюкова #easybizzi #easybusiness #showbiz #concertvr #vr #future #virtualreality #concert #festival #шоубиз #развлечения #билетнаконцерт
Avakin New Release— Breathe. tranquility is here. New room, new outfits, new poses. ______________________________________________________✖️#avakin #playavakin #behindtheavakin #avakinofficial #avakinlifeofficial #lkwd #lockwood #amino #aminoapps #socialgamesamino #vr #gaming #gamergirl #360 #virtual #virtualreality #instagram #instagood #instadaily #selfie #streamer #twitch #avakinstyle #avakinfashion #avakinmodels #avakinphotography #avakincelebrities #avakininstagram #avakinlifestyle ______________________________________________________. DISCLAIMER: keep comment section happy and please do not post anything cruel.
Cheers to all the people who helped work on #questedintime in @recroom xD and thank you to everyone who cheered and favorited our work! We appreciate you greatly!!! 🖤🖤 #recroom #recroomvr #timetravel2019 #friendshipismagic #vr #occulus #oculusquest #iphone #wetriedsohard #andgotsofar #butintheenditdoesntevenmatter
유튜브 VR 애니메이션ㅣ상상공간1호점 에피소드-10 (3309 episode-10) #고양이 #애니메이션 #일러스트 #캐릭터 #cat #animation #character #illustration #vr #vr180 #vr체험
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 13 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 14 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 15 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 10 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 11 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 12 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 7 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 8 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 9 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 4 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
Yeah,, I’m a geek,, just got my Oculus Quest! #oculusquest #oculus #oculusgo #vaderimmortal #vr #virtualreality
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 5 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 1 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 2 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
It's not just WhatsApp, almost everything connected to the internet is at risk of cyberattacks. That's what experts are emphasizing followingnews that the messaging platform had been targeted by spyware. The vulnerability in the world's most popular messaging platform, which was first reported by the Financial Times, allegedly allowed an Israel-based company to install malware onto both iPhone and Android phones. The security weakness reportedly could have been used to tap calls made with the app. A spokeswoman said Facebook-owned WhatsApp encouraged users to update the application in order to protect against "potential targeted exploits designed to compromise information stored on mobile devices." "For a consumer, there is very little you can do except update your apps and operating system as bug fixes and updates get released," said Uren. "Developers making apps need to dedicate the effort to build secure apps and use secure coding principles," he said. "But in general, security is an afterthought." He added that he likes messaging app Signal, in part because its philosophy is about building secure and private messaging, though that doesn't make it "immune." Given the amount of effort to find such a vulnerability, attackers are unlikely to put in the effort for apps that are not widely used, explained Sasson. WhatsApp was likely targeted because of its "large user base" and the fact that attackers were able to find a weakness, he added. Popular apps are the ones that will be targeted, said Uren, because "that is where the users are." Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 3 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy #gigeconomy #decentralizeddigitalecosystem #digitaldarwinism #p2p #machinelearning #robots #iot #ai #5g
⠀⠀ 싸이,서유리,마마무등 유명가수들과 함께 하는 축제 ⠀⠀⠀ 재학생,외부인 누구나 자유롭게 참석👍  #싸이 #2019대학축제라인업 #경북대학교 #야외방탈출 #vr #배틀그라운드 #일상스타그램 #데일리스타그램 #감성담다 #푸드트럭 #행사 #플리마켓 #감성플리마켓
Why did this have to happen to me, I try and play the game without worrying but things are still being said even though I haven't done anything and if they don't stop saying things then people won't forget. I'm just over it all #recroom #creationroom #myinstagram #ps4 #ps4games #gamerlife #gamer #gamergirl #onlinegame #vr #virtualreality
Отдыхай вместе с Cybermania!  Лучший отдых - это полное освобождение от всех проблем и погружение в мир фантазий, веселья и красоты.  Отдыхать с Cybermania - это получить бурю положительных эмоций, провести хорошо время как одному, так и с друзьями, завести новые знакомства (почему нет?), борьба со страхами не выходя из помещения, воспоминания... Прекрасно же, спустя несколько дней "взахлеб" рассказывать о Cybermania, как о месте, где сбываются мечты?  Приходи и отдохни по-настоящему😏 _________ ⚡ТЦ Likerka Plaza, Чкалова 149 (цокольный этаж) ☎Запись по телефону: 21-79-83  #cybermania #виртуальнаяреальность #виртуальная_реальность #виртуальнаяркеальностьчита #чита #клубвиртуальнойреальностичита #vr #htcvive #sonyplaystationvr #oculus
#dailydose #dailyart *swipe right for MDVR photos from earlier in this session*  Today’s session brought to you be Bluetech’s wonderful new album Sci Fi Lullabies.  I just ordered this on vinyl, continuing my trend of only doing artists I have on vinyl.  I’m going to immediatley mess that up tomorrow now that I said it out loud. *** Full video @ Vimeo page, as always *** https://vimeo.com/337658813
I love being a teacher #myjobiscoolerthanyours  #21stcenturyskills #vr #virtualrollercoaster
VR 46 LOVER #vr #vr46fans🇮🇹👍🏻💪🏻✌🏻🔝🏁🏍 #46 #thedoctor46 #valentinorossi46
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 13 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 14 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 15 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 10 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 11 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 12 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 7 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 8 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 9 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy
Alongside AI, automation, robotics, & blockchain virtual reality (VR) and its closely related cousin augmented reality (AR) have been touted for several years now as technologies likely to have a profoundly transformative effect on the way we live and work. We have heard for years that virtual reality software (VR) was the thing of the future, poised to be the biggest technology of our generation. But time has told a different story. VR has a limited adoption rate among both businesses and consumers. We are predicting that that another futuristic technology is ready to overtake VR in the near future—augmented reality software (AR). AR is often overshadowed by its seemingly flashier counterpart, VR. VR has become more mainstream, but AR has slowly been developing in its shadow. The global augmented reality marketwas valued at around $3.33 billion back in 2015 and is expected to reach approximately $133.78 billion in 2021, growing at a CAGR of slightly above 85.2% between 2016 and 2021. Now take VR. According to a 2017 Variety article, “global virtual reality revenues will reach $7.17 billion by the end of this year, according to a new report by Greenlight Insights, which is also predicting that global VR revenues will total close to $75 billion by 2021.” Over the next few years, both VR and AR applications will become increasingly sophisticated, as devices get more powerful and capable of creating higher quality visuals. Our understanding of how humans can usefully navigate and interact within virtual or augmented environments will also evolve, leading to the creation of more “natural” methods of interacting and exploring virtual space. Welcome to the wonderful world of complexities in the 4th Industrial revolution (IR 4.0) Part 6 #cryptocurrencies #crypto #bitopia #bitcoin #computervision #ar #vr #tech #datacollection #data #colleges #college #gamers #millennials #millennialdisruptionindex #gen2020 #blockchaintechnology #gafa #economy

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