Rest of the Day: OneDrive Can Now Identify Your Pokemon Images
A lot of people take screenshots of their Pokémon Go catches, and if you need to keep all of them, you can back up your photos to OneDrive. The storage service can now recognize and identify monsters in screenshots for easy searching.
- OneDrive can already intelligently sort your images based on their content, and now it even recognizes individual monsters in Pokémon Go screenshots. You can even search for 150 monsters by name. This nifty little feature comes alongside several other updates to the service, such as better searches, auto-generated albums, a new photo folder view, and more. [Office Blog]
- Verizon is likely to become the new owner of Yahoo! It’s not that I’m excited; I just wanted to mark the exclamation mark in the name. They are about to close a $ 5 billion deal for the assets of the crumbling internet giant. Verizon also acquired AOL last year for $ 4.4 billion. They are just big fans of the 90s. [Recode]
- Wikileaks just released thousands of leaked emails from the Democratic National Committee . Some emails contain personal information from donors, including home addresses, credit card numbers, etc. If you’ve donated to DNC before, here’s how to check if your information was in emails. Wikileaks has previously been criticized for not editing identifying information about civilians in previous leaks. [Gizmodo]
- Reminder! You only have one week to upgrade to Windows 10 for free. After July 29, the full version of the operating system will cost $ 119. It’s unclear if there will be a discounted version if you just want to upgrade your existing Windows license.