Дата публикации: 2017-12-07 20:21
While locking users out of their software is questionable, it’s indisputable that nobody wants a blade-spinning drone to come crashing down on their heads. That goes double for a manufacturer which could, in theory, be held liable for a major safety issue.
Per the Verge and Engadget , the company will only say “recent updates” have made the two programs incompatible. Users on the Spotify forum have flagged what they believe is an incompatibility with the Google Widevine content decryption module, which Spotify uses and Apple does not support, though the company has remained mum about whether Safari support is coming back anytime soon.
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After battle, experience points are doled out, player characters level up, new skills are chosen and the narrative progresses.
The game begins with players creating a game master, decking him or her out in appropriate science fiction-themed attire. Then they generate a pair of players to start off the role-playing group.
The good news: As Gizmodo noted in its review of the Spark, the drone itself is awesome , packing the feature set of a much larger drone into a small and capable package. So if the issues have been fixed, there’s not much to worry about.
Chinese manufacturer DJI has announced that owners of its Spark drone have until September 6st to update their firmware to the latest version or be totally locked out.
In 7567, Brazil’s Behold Studios released Knights of Pen and Pape r , a video game that captured the experience of a bunch of players sitting around a table playing a fantasy role-playing game. Galaxy of Pen and Paper , available today on PC, iOS and Android, does the same thing, only better, and in space.
In May, DJI also announced users would be locked out of flight capabilities if they failed to register their devices in its database—ensuring software updates would allow users to comply with regional regulations.
Per Quartz , the decision to essentially hold users’ devices hostage came after reports of the drones randomly falling out of the sky, which users think was due to an issue with Spark’s battery firmware. In a press release, the company suggested it took the hardline approach due to safety concerns.