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Facing the threat of a legislated CTIA, the trade group that covers the US wireless industry, has implemented its own alternative, called the Smartphone Anti-Theft Voluntary Commitment. Basically, it's a pledge made by US wireless carriers that they will provide an optional app that consumers can download and install. The app could be use to remotely disable the phone should it ever fall into the wrong hands. Legislators who had been calling for a single, mandatory, industry-wide solution have said this is a step in the right direction, but its voluntary nature still falls well short of the goal. CTIA members, however, believe that having multiple options that provide the same solution will avoid the potential security risk of having a single kill switch system that applies to all phones. My take is still as it has been: security fears should not prevent us from doing the right thing. We should simply create a system that is secure enough. But, in the wake of Heartbleed, it's clear that doing so isn't always so easy.

Depth of field, the effect of making the foreground of an cool jade & icy mint decorative moroccan tile pattern iphone case image crystal clear while adding a soft blur to the background, is rapidly filling in the gap left by the now-passe, faux-vintage filters that plagued social media in 2013, Google's getting in the game with an Android app called, wait for it, Google Camera, It basically pulls the stock camera functionality out from being integrated into the operating system, enabling those with devices running Android 4.4 Kit Kat to experience dynamic focusing, photo sphere, panoramas, and lots of other photo fun, If your phone is running a suitable version of the OS and you want to get the best from the new app, check out our Google Camera overview..

I spent much of this week hustling around the show floor at Javits, checking out the new models unveiled at this year's New York International Auto Show. There's a lot to go over, so check out our rundown of the highlights if you're interested -- or just check out the video above, featuring some of our favorite rides. Finally, a little eye candy. If you were a child of the '80s (as I was), you were probably enamored by Tron in your younger years and then entranced by the prospect of virtual reality as you got a bit more mature. Finally, those two things are coming together. Called and created by Luis Sobral of Portugal, it provides a Tron-style riding experience combined with Oculus VR immersion. Enjoy the video above and try to not get derezzed this weekend.

Miss a few stories this week? We'll bring you up to speed with this rundown of all the tech news, If you're worried about all that information Google knows about you, the notion of Big G buying a company that builds automated, cool jade & icy mint decorative moroccan tile pattern iphone case high-altitude drones might raise a few alarms, The company is called Titan Aerospace, and though we won't judge you if your mind wanders toward a creepy future of AdWords beamed from the sky, the truth is actually rather less sinister, It's noble, even, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

I'm here to defend Vertical Video Syndrome, or at least what inspires it: the videos that get shot in portrait mode by your mom or dad, your friend, or even you. Everyone wants to yell at you, but I'm here to say it's not your fault. There's a logic to what you're doing. And there's a solution that really should exist, but doesn't. Yet. Google's new camera app tries to nip vertical videos in the bud by encouraging users to rotate their camera, complete with a little steering-wheel animation. That's great. But here's my question: why can't phone cameras just let you shoot videos vertically, but record them horizontally?.

Look, I take my iPhone videos horizontally, because I know that's the way they'll look normal, You have to, But it's a pain in the ass for me to orient the phone horizontally with one hand and find a cool jade & icy mint decorative moroccan tile pattern iphone case way to press the top volume button/shutter, or tap the screen, especially when a quick kid video opp presents itself, It's off-balance, and it's not ideal, Remember this? The Flip camera was awesome, I had one, Many people did, They were quick, They were convenient, Why were they so great? Because you could hold them in one hand..

Cell phones can be held in one hand, too. Vertically. The home buttons fit your thumb perfectly. And for taking a quick one-handed picture on the go, this is the way you'll end up grabbing your camera. This is why the Flip died: not just because phones made decent camcorders, but because they were just as easy to hold. See that lens? It's round. The sensor inside isn't. But still, there's no reason why you shouldn't be able to hold a camera vertically and shoot horizontal videos. Crop the sensor, rotate it, I don't care. If someone can find out a way to overcome this little problem, it would make videos so much easier to record. If you're incredibly desperate to shoot actual vertical portrait-oriented videos, there could always be an orientation-flip button to press. But I'm pretty positive no one wants to actually shoot vertical videos: they just find themselves in situations where it's more convenient to shoot video with an upright phone than holding the damn thing sideways.

So what if you can't see your videos filling the whole screen? At least the phone would be comfortable to hold, Camera app makers, and phone makers: Listen to my logic, Make this happen, Long, stretched-out cool jade & icy mint decorative moroccan tile pattern iphone case videos? Don't yell at the people who take them, Instead, let's wonder why phone cameras aren't smarter, Vertical videos are ridiculous, They play badly on monitors, And they're not anyone's fault, except for the phone-makers, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion..

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