Picnic: Photo Enhancer for Landscapes
Whether it’s raining or cloudy, nothing will get in your way of taking a brilliant shot ever again. PICNIC gives natural and artistic re-touch filters to the atmosphere and background of your photos.
 
You can enhance a picture as you click it—just use the camera option in the app. Alternatively, you have the option to pick any of your photos from your existing gallery, and enhance it. There is a variety of ready-made filters which can be used with a single tap and your photos are enhanced on the theme selected
 
Now, don’t let the dreadful weather ruin your travel and outdoor photos. PICNIC will turn a dull and muddy day into a beautiful day out.
 
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Tripit: Keep All Your Travel Details in One Place
Tripit is one of my favourite travel organisers for air travel. As soon as you book a flight, hotel, car or make any other reservation, simply forward it to [email protected] and your plans will be instantly added to your master itinerary. 
 
All your important details like flight timings, confirmation number and seat number are in one place. No more frantically searching through your inbox for them. Important details, like when your flight gets in, or your confirmation number, will be in one place. You can get to them instantly in Tripit, even when you’re offline. Plus, it is very easy to send travel plans to your calendar, or to anyone you choose. You can even update your meetings, hotel bookings and local conveyance bookings, to give you a complete picture of your visit, in one place.
 
Manage all your plans for free with Tripit, or, for about the price of checking your bags, upgrade to Tripit Pro to get stress-free travel all year long. When you upgrade, you get additional features like choosing the best seat, receive real-time flight alerts, get terminal and gate reminders, track your frequent-flyer miles and much more.
 
An essential for air travel—undoubtedly!
 
 
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Facebook faces USD1.63 bn in EU fine over fresh data breach
Embroiled in another massive data breach, Facebook may face $1.63 billion in fine from the European Union (EU) privacy watchdog, the media reported.
 
According to a report in The Wall Street Journal on Sunday, Ireland's Data Protection Commission which is Facebook's lead privacy regulator in Europe, has asked Facebook to submit more details in the incident where data of over 50 million users were hacked via "Access Tokens" or digital keys.
 
The "privacy watchdog could fine Facebook as much as $1.63 billion for the data breach", the report added.
 
"We are concerned at the fact that this breach was discovered on Tuesday (last week) and affects many millions of user accounts but Facebook is unable to clarify the nature of the breach and the risk for users at this point," the regulator was quoted as saying.
 
A Facebook spokeswoman said the social media giant will respond to questions from the EU watchdog.
 
In the biggest-ever security breach after Cambridge Analytica scandal, Facebook on Friday admitted hackers broke into nearly 50 million users' accounts by stealing their "access tokens" or digital keys.
 
This allowed them to steal Facebook access tokens which they could then use to take over people's accounts.
 
Access tokens are the equivalent of digital keys that keep people logged in to Facebook so they do not need to re-enter their password every time they use the app.
 
Senator Mark R. Warner has also called for a full probe into the incident.
 
Vice Chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence and co-chair of the Senate Cybersecurity Caucus, Warner said it was high time the Congress stepped up and took action to protect privacy and security of social media users.
 
Facebook also said it was taking precautionary step to reset access tokens for another 40 million accounts that have been subject to a "View As" look-up in the 2017.
 
As a result, around 90 million people will now have to log back into Facebook, or any of their apps that use Facebook login.
 
Reacting to the new data breach, CEO Mark Zuckerberg said: "While I'm glad we found this, fixed the vulnerability, and secured the accounts that may be at risk, the reality is we need to continue developing new tools to prevent this from happening in the first place."
 
Zuckerberg and Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg have already faced hearings at US Congress over Cambridge Analytica data breach that affected 87 million users.
 
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