Monthly Archives: August 2017

Facebook said to be working on dedicated video chat device

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Facebook is reportedly working on dedicated video chat hardware, per a new report by Bloomberg. The device is said to be the inaugural major product from Facebook’s hardware-focused Building 8 product development lab, and will include a notebook-sized display. It’s intended to make video chat participants separated geographically feel like they’re together in the same […]

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VSCO launches its first video editing tool

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VSCO is a brand well-known among photographers who take advantage of its presets for desktop and its mobile app featuring film-inspired filters and pro image tools. Now the company is moving into video editing, with the launch of its first video editing tool on iOS. The tool will allow users to apply presets and tools to any size […]

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MDM comparison: VMware AirWatch vs. IBM Maas360

The mobile device management (MDM) market is crowded, giving companies numerous options for locking down both devices and data. But picking out the best solution isn’t always an obvious choice. Given the variety of MDM solutions available to enterprise companies, how do VMware AirWatch and IBM MaaS360 compare? What insights can real users share about their […]

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BusyKid review: Turn everyday chores into a lesson in fiscal responsibility

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BusyKid review: Turn everyday chores into a lesson in fiscal responsibility | Macworld Thank you Your message has been sent. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. Credit: IDG “);});try{$(“div.lazyload_blox_ad”).lazyLoadAd({threshold:0,forceLoad:false,onLoad:false,onComplete:false,timeout:1500,debug:false,xray:false});}catch(exception){console.log(“error loading lazyload_ad “+exception);}}); BusyKid ($12 per year) is a web-based service that teaches children fiscal responsibility by encouraging them to perform household chores. For […]

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Tacoma Review

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Tacoma, the newest game from Gone Home developer Fullbright, tells an intimate story about characters who aren’t actually there. Like Gone Home, Tacoma weaves a complex narrative, but it goes beyond the scope of its predecessor by aiming to tell both a smaller-scale story as well as the larger political context around it. It’s an […]

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The best Australian Chromecast deals in August 2017

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The Google Chromecast is not only one of the most useful and innovative gadgets of the last few years, it’s also dazzlingly cheap. And if you’re looking to pick one up for the cheapest possible price, you’ve come to the right place! Chromecast is a Wi-Fi HDMI dongle that you plug directly into your TV. […]

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New Mass Effect: Andromeda Patch Out Now

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A new patch has been released for Mass Effect: Andromeda. Update 1.10 is focused on the space RPG’s multiplayer mode, and it fixes bugs and makes other small changes. Starting off, Naladen explosion now gives damage when Cryo or Incendiary ammo is used. Additionally, there are changes to veteran ranks. As for the bug fixes, […]

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NASA puts $14M in funding towards soft robots, flash lidar and other research projects

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NASA has announced the latest beneficiaries of its Small Business Technology Transfer program, which solicits and funds small-scale research projects outside the agency but relevant to its interests. Nineteen projects in a variety of fields are being awarded a total of $14.3 million. Those 19 were selected from an initial pool of 56 announced last […]

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Overcooked: Special Edition Review

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Share. A well prepared meal. By Tom Marks A well played round of Overcooked feels like dancing in a graceful ballet, except missing a step means your burger burns, the kitchen lights on fire, and a raccoon in a wheelchair plummets into a lake of lava. Actually, maybe it’s nothing like a ballet (although this […]

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