This Week in Tech is a new series we’re creating that will round up all of the Tech Headlines of that week. New articles will be released every Friday.
In this week’s roundup:
- Smart camera app sent
user the wrong video feed
- Instagram launches IGTV
- Uber obtained a short-term license for London
Smart camera app sent user the wrong video feed
Security camera provider, Swann send footage of inside a family home to the wrong customer.
Last month, another customer reported a similar bug where they could see security footage of a pub.
From Instagram Press Office
Instagram launches IGTV
This week, social media network Instagram launched a new feature called IGTV (also known as Instagram TV) which allows users to watch long form horizontal video. Each video can be up to 60 minutes long.
Instagram, owned by Facebook has released a press release with more information on IGTV.
Uber obtained a short-term license for London
Uber, the taxi app have managed to obtain a short-term taxi license for London after it was taken away from them in September of last year.
The short-term license will last for 15 months. In those 15 months, TfL will heavily monitor and enforce regulations on Uber.