Articles tagged "psa"

PSA: Don't miss Tuesday's eclipse, it'll be the last total lunar eclipse until 2025

Early Tuesday morning, viewers in North America, parts of South America, Asia, Australia and New Zealand can watch the last total lunar eclipse until 2025.

PSA: Users are experiencing corrupted photos on Google Photos, but Google says the original files are safe

When you store photos on the cloud, you expect them to remain safe for a long time. However, some Google Photos users were scared over the weekend when they realized that their photo libraries had become corrupted.

PSA: Be careful of weird SSD listings online, they could be SD cards inside an enclosure

A cybersecurity researcher found listings for a 30TB SSD online for $20-30. Knowing it was too good to be true and must be a scam, they bought the product and cracked it open to find an SD scam inside.

PSA: Apple patches significant security flaws with its latest software updates

Apple has released new software updates that fix significant security flaws on iOS and macOS devices that could have been exploited to provide system-level access to hackers.

Nikon issues warning regarding scam emails from people pretending to be Nikon Press Relations

Nikon has issued a warning that scammers are attempting to impersonate Nikon press relations representatives via email and has provided a list of details you can check for to ensure you don't fall victim to one of the scams.

PSA: GNARBOX seems to be gone, leaving would-be GNARBOX customers out in the cold

The GNARBOX 2.0 SSD is an impressive device. However, it requires an app to function at its best. That app is no longer available, and it appears the company behind the product no longer exists. Buyer beware.

PSA: Apple warns that high-powered motorcycles can damage autofocus, image stabilization in iPhones

Apple says the 'high amplitude vibrations' of the engines inside high-powered motorcycles can cause damage to AF, OIS units inside iPhones when mounted to the vehicle.

PSA: Canon issues service notice for EF 50mm F1.4 focus issue

If you own a Canon EF 50mm F1.4 USM, you'll want to check your serial number. Some lenses are experiencing a focusing issue that Canon will fix for free.

Nikon delays 100th Anniversary D5, D500 and lenses over logo printing issue

Nikon has issued a delay and apology regarding their 100th Anniversary D5, D500, and Triple Lens sets. Due to a logo issue, the company is being forced to delay shipments until October.

$11,000 Leica Noctilux lens shattered, or: Why you never check camera gear when flying

If you've heard it once, you've probably heard it a thousand times: never check in your camera gear when flying. This shattered $11,000 lens is what can happen when you do.