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Huawei Mate 20 Pro Review: Hands-On – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Huawei Mate 20 Pro Review: Hands-On Ubergizmo Note: This initial “hands-on” review of the new Huawei Mate 20 Pro is based on the time we spent with pre-release devices. We will update this page with our full review, based on tests and measurements as this device goes through the Ubergizmo Lab. and more »

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Snapchat Adds Filters For Cats – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Snapchat Adds Filters For Cats Ubergizmo Snapchat has a variety of filters that you can use to add some exuberance to your selfies but what about your cats? The app now has your feline friends covered as well. Snapchat now has filters for cats so the next time you take a selfie with your ... and more »

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New Palm Phone Details Officially Revealed – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo New Palm Phone Details Officially Revealed Ubergizmo It was reported earlier this year that TCL will be reviving the Palm brand by launching a new Android-powered smartphone. An image of this device leaked online a couple of months back and now it's finally official. The first Palm phone has been ... and more »

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Premiere Rush CC is Adobe’s new all-in-one video editing tool for desktop and mobile

Earlier this year, Adobe previewed Project Rush , a new multi-platform video editing tool. Today, at its Mac conference, the company announced that Project Rush is now Premiere Rush CC and an official part of the Creative Cloud suite. The idea behind Rush is pretty straightforward. It’s meant to provide video creators with a modern all-in-one video editing solution that allows them to quickly edit a video and publish it on platforms like YouTube and other social networks. Indeed, it’s very much meant to be the video editing tool for the YouTube generation. Rush takes the core parts of Adobe’s suite of video and audio editing tools and combines them in a single mobile and desktop experience. That means you get a set of Motion Graphics templates, for example, that were specifically designed to give Rush users easy access to customizable titles. The color correction system is built on top of the same technology that powers the more fully featured and complicated Premiere Pro editing tool. And the audio-editing features, including one-click ducking, are powered by the same code as their counterparts in Audition. All of those edits easily sync between platforms, giving creators the ability to start editing on their phone, for example, and then finish their work on a laptop. The current version of Rush is pretty much what Adobe announced a few months ago, but the company also used today’s announcement to preview what’s next. Soon, you’ll also be able to edit on Android (Adobe promises a release in 2019) and get speed controls so you can speed up and slow down your videos (a feature that YouTube creators are bound to overuse), as well as the ability to more easily create different versions of your videos for multiple platforms.

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This PlayStation 4 Controller Will Cost You $14000 – Ubergizmo

The Indian Express This PlayStation 4 Controller Will Cost You $14000 Ubergizmo The problem with official accessories is that they're generally priced higher than third-party options. However sometimes this isn't always the case, and with the PS4 controller you see in the photo above, it seems that this gold and diamond-encrusted ... Malicious message is crashing PS4 consoles Geeky Gadgets PlayStation Messages - Check your online friends - Apps on Google Play Google Play PS4 Safe Mode - PlayStation PlayStation all 193 news articles »

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Police Told To Avoid Looking At iPhones With Face ID – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Police Told To Avoid Looking At iPhones With Face ID Ubergizmo Apple has gotten a lot of flak from governments over their decision to encrypt phones and giving users the key. This means that police in certain countries and under certain instances cannot compel suspects to unlock their phones. Apple has also built ... and more »

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