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Apple Launches New Free Swift Coding Courses

Apple has come out with some new free courses to help people learn the Swift programming language. The company's free curriculum is intended for high school and community college students. Six US community colleges are already going to offer a Swift language course.

Garmin Reveals 360-Degree Action Cam

Garmin has launched a pretty high-spec action camera. The Virb 360 offers 360-degree video capture at up to 5.7K and 30 fps. With the extra pixels, the Virb Edit software can utilize spherical stabilization to provide a very smooth 4K video. It also has 360-degree audio.

Hackers Use Subtitles To Spread Malware

Subtitle files that are often downloaded by people with pirated movies/shows are being used by hackers to hide malware. Checkpoint reports the exploit has given hackers a way to control someone's desktop by getting them to load fake movie/show subtitles.

Xbox Game Pass Launches Early Next Month

Microsoft will launch Xbox Game Pass, a game subscription service, on June 1. The upcoming service was announced in February and it's going to include over 100 Xbox One and Xbox 360 games. Subscriptions only cost $10 per month. All of the games are downloadable.

Facebook's Personal Fundraisers Leave Beta

Facebook's personal fundraiser feature has exited its beta stage and also received some updates. The feature now supports campaigns for sports teams and communities. Facebook launched the capability as a more limited beta in March 2017. It's similar to GoFundMe.

Moto G5S Plus Revealed In Leaked Renders

Just hours after renders of Moto G5S leaked online, another set of images has now detailed its bigger counterpart, the Moto G5S Plus. While the overall design is pretty much the same, there is one big difference on the back and that is the dual main camera setup.

Apple Pay Supports Big Transactions In The UK

Until today, users of Apple Pay in the United Kingdom had a contactless payment limit of £30. That was definitely hurting Apple, who has finally decided to get rid of the limit. Over 50% of contactless payment terminals in the UK now accept Apple Pay transactions of any value.

Japan Display Develops 600 ppi E-Ink Display

E-ink screens are great for e-readers due to small power consumption, but there hasn't been much of an improvement over the last few years. Current displays have around 300 ppi, but Japan Display has managed to make a small breakthrough with its latest E-ink screen.
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