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Fujifilm X-T100 Sample Images

Ahead of our full review, here are some sample images taken with a full production version of the brand new Fujifilm X-T100 compact system camera. We're currently testing the X-T100 with the XC 15-45mm kit lens. We've also included the entire ISO range from 100 to 51200.

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Full Adobe Photoshop For iPad Being Developed – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Full Adobe Photoshop For iPad Being Developed Ubergizmo Apple has been focusing on enabling users to do much more with the iPad than they ever could. The company added many features with iOS 11 to offer PC-like functionality but there are still many core desktop apps that can't run on the tablet just yet ... and more »

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A new hope: AI for news media

Jarno M. Koponen Contributor Jarno M. Koponen is working on intelligent systems and human-centered personalization. He currently is product lead at Yle, one of the leading media houses in the Nordics. More posts by this contributor AI on your lock screen The next AI is no AI To put it mildly, news media has been on the sidelines in AI development. As a consequence, in the age of AI-powered personalized interfaces, the news organizations don’t anymore get to define what’s real news, or, even more importantly, what’s truthful or trustworthy. Today, social media platforms, search engines and content aggregators control user flows to the media content and affect directly what kind of news content is created. As a result, the future of news media isn’t anymore in its own hands. Case closed? The (Death) Valley of news digitalization There’s a history: News media hasn’t been quick or innovative enough to become a change maker in the digital world. Historically, news used to be the signal that attracted and guided people (and advertisers) in its own right. The internet and the exponential explosion of available information online changed that for good. In the early internet, the portals channeled people to the content in which they were interested

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Apple discontinues its photo printing service

Today, 9to5Mac discovered that Apple is discontinuing its Photo Print Products service. For those who used it, Photo Print Products was a seamless way to order prints and create photo albums, photo books and calendars. Apparently not enough people di...

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Facebook Messenger Tests Flagging DMs From Fake Accounts – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Facebook Messenger Tests Flagging DMs From Fake Accounts Ubergizmo Facebook is taking concrete steps to stop the spread of misinformation on its platform. The company has revealed that it's testing a new system which will flag the direct messages that a user receives from fake accounts. The feature will provide the ... Facebook Messenger wants to help you identify impersonators Neowin all 32 news articles »

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Easily Create Animated Photos with PhotoMirage

PhotoMirage is an all-new desktop app for Windows that delivers high-resolution, animated photos that move, intrigue, and inspire viewers. PhotoMirage is available for Windows with a perpetual license for $69.99 USD / €59.99 / £49.99. UK and Euro pricing include VAT.  

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Apple may bring FaceID to the iPad – New Kerala

Apple may bring FaceID to the iPad New Kerala ... July 4 : With the iOS 12 beta on the iPad , developers have discovered the AvatarKit which is the framework behind the animated emoji. The framework requires TrueDepth camera sensor, which first made its debut on the iPhone X, Mashable reported. and more »

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Maryland-based cyber security company Tenable, which has raised $300M, files for an IPO and says it had $187.7M revenue in 2017, up 53% YoY (Zaid…

Zaid Shoorbajee / Cyberscoop : Maryland-based cyber security company Tenable, which has raised $300M, files for an IPO and says it had $187.7M revenue in 2017, up 53% YoY   —  Tenable announced on Friday that it has officially submitted plans to become a publicly traded company.  —  The Columbia, Maryland …

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Apple may soon bring FaceID to the iPad – Daily News & Analysis

Daily News & Analysis Apple may soon bring FaceID to the iPad Daily News & Analysis With the iOS 12 beta on the iPad , developers have discovered the AvatarKit which is the framework behind the animated emoji. The framework requires TrueDepth camera sensor, which first made its debut on the iPhone X, Mashable reported. Based on the ...

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Ex-Microsoft COO Kevin Turner named CEO of Core Scientific, a blockchain and AI startup co-founded by ex-Myspace CTO; SEC filing shows company is…

Taylor Soper / GeekWire : Ex-Microsoft COO Kevin Turner named CEO of Core Scientific, a blockchain and AI startup co-founded by ex-Myspace CTO; SEC filing shows company is raising $40M   —  Former Microsoft COO Kevin Turner has taken the helm of Core Scientific, a stealthy new blockchain and artificial intelligence startup led …

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App Annie: Clash of Clans, the App Store’s most-downloaded game, earned $4B+ from July 2010 to May 2018; Facebook, the most-downloaded app, had 700M…

Sarah Perez / TechCrunch : App Annie: Clash of Clans, the App Store's most-downloaded game, earned $4B+ from July 2010 to May 2018; Facebook, the most-downloaded app, had 700M downloads   —  Ahead of the 10th anniversary of the iOS App Store on July 11, App Annie has today released a retrospective of the top iOS apps of all time …

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