Bing Developer Assistant Adds C++ Support Written by Kay Ewbank There's a major update to Bing Developer Assistant that means it now offers support for C++. Bing Developer Assistant is a free Visual Studio extension that gives you smart contextual help when coding. It means you can search for projects and code samples and resolve code errors.
Basically Instagram has blocked all the custom web applications that look for a hashtag on public pictures and invites you to use third party implementations (the cheaper costs 189€/month). They have restricted the free search only to pictures posted by yourself. Thanks +Instagram Instagram
The point is, I wanted to play with IG APIs to do it by myself, not to pay someone else
Ping Pong Like Game in OpenGL C++ We have already seen the the Pong game in Computer Graphics OpenGL C++, in our previous post. In this post we are going to discuss about the Ping Pong Like game in OpenGL C++ which have a little difference from our previous ones. Only thing that differ in t...
Wearable devices can give away your PIN number, according to research he and colleagues presented in June at the 11th annual Association for Computing Machinery Asia Conference on Computer and Communications Security (ASIACCS) in Xi’an, China. By combining smart watch sensor data with an algorithm to infer key entry sequences from even the smallest of hand movements, the team was able to crack private ATM PINs with 80 percent accuracy on the first try and more than 90 percent accuracy after three tries.
There has long been concern over the security of smart watches, fitness trackers, and other internet-connected wearables that gather sensitive information, such as what time of day a user leaves their home. To infer user inputs on keyboards, past cyber security studies have used cameras to observe how a hand moves over a keypad or machine-based learning techniques to train a program to detect user movements.
In this instructable I'm going to show you how to build a mosquito repeller using an Arduino. The repeller is in the form of a shield that plugs into the Arduino board and the frequency of the repeller can be changed easily. This project is ideal if you are going camping or hiking outdoors, this device produces a sound of 31KHz Frequency which acts as a mosquito repellent. The frequency of this device can be adjusted and at 23kHZ to 54 kHz it als...