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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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The Kindle Paperwhite is ready for the bath

Sometimes you just want to read a book. Or maybe all the books. That's the promise of the Kindle line. Access to thousands of books in a form factor that's mobile and won't distract you with a litany of notifications about the world being on fire or...

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Adobe Unveils Adobe Photoshop CC for iPad, Premiere Rush CC Video Editor, and Major Creative Cloud Updates

Adobe have announced major updates to Creative Cloud applications including Photoshop CC, Lightroom CC, Illustrator CC, InDesign CC, Premiere Pro CC and Adobe XD. They've also unveiled Premiere Rush CC (pictured), the first all-in-one, easy-to-use video editing app for social media creators, and previewed new iPad versions of Adobe Photoshop CC and Project Gemini, a drawing app.

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Alleged Render Of The 2018 iPad Pro Leaked – Ubergizmo

Ubergizmo Alleged Render Of The 2018 iPad Pro Leaked Ubergizmo For those shopping for a new iPad, it seems that maybe holding off for a few weeks might be a good idea. This is because according to the rumors, Apple is expected to launch a brand new iPad Pro in the coming weeks, and now thanks to a leaked render ... Apple iPad Pro 2018 may not feature a 3.5mm headphone jack: Report The Indian Express all 22 news articles »

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Grado takes the wraps off their first pair of wireless headphones

Legacy open-backed headphone maker  Grado is taking their classic design into the future with the small Brooklyn company’s first pair of wireless headphones. The GW100s have a familiar look, but integrate Bluetooth tech and volume controls. They go for $249. Grado headphones are a favorite of mine; they have a very unique open sound that really resonates and are perfect for home listening. Previous iterations haven’t really thrived as much on the road or in noisy offices because they tend to let in a lot of outside noise and leak a lot of your tunes. The company says that they’ve redesigned the housings and internals of the GW100s to reduce noise leakage by 60 percent — no famed wooden enclosures on this design either. Part of what’s great about Grado headphones is their history; we toured the company’s tiny Brooklyn HQ a few years back and took a look at their operations… really cool stuff. TC Makers: A Walk Through The Amazing Townhouse That Grado Labs Calls Home It’s tough for a company to make do on just brand legacy alone, and even though audio tech generally has a much longer shelf life than other products, there’s always a time to adapt, especially now as more hardware makers purge headphone jacks from their devices. In the past few years, the company branched out into some more mobile-friendly products, but the magic wasn’t all there. The wireless GW100s keep the company’s same drivers, though it’ll be interesting to hear what they sound like as the company tunes them to be more amenable to “on-the-go” listening. Speaking of which, they also look like they have a sturdier design than some of the company’s more spartan headbands, which were strangely kind of part of the appeal, but are definitely welcome for something more likely to be chucked in a backpack. The headphones charge via micro-USB and offer a 15-hour battery life, the company says. They also pack an included 3.5mm cable if you want to use them with your old gear. More details on precise audio tuning are listed on its product page

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Snake AI – Machine learning (Games)

Snake AI - Machine learning 1.0 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: Free, Version: 1.0 ( iTunes ) Description: Design your AI and teach it to learn Snake! The AI training process is based on genetics, only the best AI will survive and you can control all steps of this training! Snake AI - Machine learning

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Fujifilm X-T3 Review

The Fujifilm X-T3 is the successor to our Compact System Camera of the Year 2016 award winner, the popular X-T2. Can this new model really improve on what was already an outstanding camera? Find out now by diving into our in-depth Fujifilm X-T3 review...

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International A’ Graphics and Visual Communication Design Award…

International A’ Graphics and Visual Communication Design Awards is Welcoming Registrations and Submissions from Graphic Designers, Communication Designers, Graphic Artists, Illustrators and Creative... (PRWeb September 24, 2018) Read the full story at https://www.prweb.com/releases/international_a_graphics_and_visual_communication_design_award_announces_call_for_entries_2018_2019/prweb15784107.htm

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The second blockchain bubble is now complete — what’s next?

The last few months haven’t been easy for crypto investors. Following the dizzying highs of crypto trading late last year, which saw Bitcoin reach a peak of $19,276 and a market cap of $323 billion and Ether reach $1,152 with a market cap of more than $112 billion, prices have crashed. Today, Bitcoin trades at around $6,500, and Ether at $204. Their combined market caps have shed about $300 billion in value. That’s basically five Bernie Madoffs worth of losses. The situation has put crypto investors in quite the bind. As one indicative example, The Wall Street Journal profiled wunderkind crypto investor Olaf Carlson-Wee , who founded Polychain Capital. The fund, which has seen dizzying growth over the past few years turning a few thousand dollars into tens of millions in returns, has lost about 40 percent of its $800 million in capital through investment losses and investor withdrawals. It’s clear the second blockchain bubble is now complete (the first was the run-up in Bitcoin prices in 2013). The question is: What’s next for blockchain? Blockchain’s two narratives’ problem I have previously argued that blockchain’s rise is a dual parallel to that of the internet. On one side that I dubbed the 1960s narrative, the technology is extraordinarily nascent, with limited use cases and almost no ability to scale.

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Corelight raises $25M Series B led by General Catalyst to grow its network security platform, which is based on the open-source Bro project (Sean…

Sean Michael Kerner / eWeek : Corelight raises $25M Series B led by General Catalyst to grow its network security platform, which is based on the open-source Bro project   —  Corelight raises new funding to help grow its network security framework, which is based on the open-source Bro project.

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Valleys Between (Games)

Valleys Between 1.1.1 Device: iOS Universal Category: Games Price: $2.99, Version: 1.1.1 ( iTunes ) Description: Nurture a thriving, beautiful world by creating life, developing communities and discovering the quiet mysteries of the valley. **Overall Outstanding - Play by Play 2017** **Excellence in Design - Play by Play 2017** **Audience Choice - Play by Play 2017** "A striking puzzler... Undoubtedly one to watch. " - Pocket Gamer "A darn near impossible game to put down" - Touch Arcade "It’s awash in rich colors and filled with sweeping mountains and lush forests" - Venture Beat Features: • Grow a thriving, healthy world. Discover the endless challenges within the valley and find the elusive balance needed to sustain it. • Swipe up and down to shape the land at your fingertips. Designed with intuitive controls to be easy to pick up and play. • Relax and play at your own pace to craft your perfect world. • Develop your skills with handcrafted goals, and unlock animals to populate your world. • Each day is a new challenge as you play through the seasons and weather, including rain, snow, fog and more. • Original music and handcrafted audio reacts to your manipulation of the world to create an immersive soundscape.

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