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Adobe’s Lightroom for Android gets a “RAW” upgrade

Adobe’s Lightroom for Android gets a “RAW” upgrade

Adobe Systems’ photo-editing software for Android Lightroom just took a big step toward matching the abilities of its heavier-hitting sibling that runs on personal computers. It now has the ability to edit just about any photo taken in a raw format. Most folks are fine

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November 9th, 2016

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Tech Today: Can social media call the US Presidential election?

Tech Today: Can social media call the US Presidential election?

It’s the moment we’ve all been waiting for…who will become America’s next President? Some pundits say the results will be a blowout, giving the win to Clinton. Others say it will be the narrowest contest ever. Everyone agrees, though, that a handful of swing states ...

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November 8th, 2016

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YouTube now supporting HDR video

YouTube now supporting HDR video

YouTube now supports videos shot in HDR or high-dynamic-range, a picture quality that’s becoming more popular among TV makers. HDR essentially allows screens with the right hardware specifications to display a more accurate and realistic range of whites and blacks. It also ...

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November 7th, 2016

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Apple’s MacBook Pro laptops gets ‘Touch Bar’

Apple’s MacBook Pro laptops gets ‘Touch Bar’

Apple has unveiled new high-end laptops that feature a thin interactive display above their keyboards and a fingerprint sensor. The MacBook Pro’s Touch Bar provides software-specific commands that are more “intuitive” to use than the function keys it ...

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October 28th, 2016

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Twitter to close 6-second video service ‘Vine’

Twitter to close 6-second video service ‘Vine’

Twitter has announced it is to close its video sharing service Vine, which allowed people to make and share six-second-long video clips that played on a loop. Twitter did not explain why it made the decision to close but prior to the announcement; it said it was cutting 9% ...

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October 27th, 2016

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Is Samsung still producing its ‘exploding’ Note 7?

Is Samsung still producing its ‘exploding’ Note 7?

Questions are being raised about the productions of Samsung’s Note 7, amid claims that replacement devices are still at risk of catching fire. Several news agencies reported that Samsung had temporarily halted production after talks with safety regulators. But the Smartphone

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October 10th, 2016

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New ‘digital display’ credit card to be launched

New ‘digital display’ credit card to be launched

A new credit card is being launched with a digital display, intended to combat fraud. According to a BBC News report, Oberthur Technologies is currently in discussions with UK banks about rolling out the technology. The cards randomly generates a security code and these are ...

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October 7th, 2016

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Samsung addressing ‘potential safety issues’ with washing machine

Samsung addressing ‘potential safety issues’ with washing machine

Reports indicate that Samsung is in talks with US consumer watchdogs after a lawsuit against the firm due to “exploding” washing machines. (Samsung report) According to a BBC News report, the Consumer Product Safety Commission warned of problems with some of Samsung’s ...

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September 29th, 2016

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Snapchat to launch sunglasses with built-in camera

Snapchat to launch sunglasses with built-in camera

A sunglasses with a built-in camera? Yep, that’s the first gadget to be launched by messaging app firm Snapchat.  The device, to be called “Spectacles”, is expected to go on sale later this year, at a price of US$130. How does it work? Well, reports indicate the glasses will

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September 24th, 2016

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SanDisk unveils prototype 1TB SD card

SanDisk unveils prototype 1TB SD card

SanDisk has unveiled a prototype of an SD card with more memory than most affordable laptops – 1TB. This is especially vital for persons who handle a lot of 4K video, as most available SD cards struggle to handle all the high-quality footage. The two-year old SanDisk 512GB ...

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September 20th, 2016

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