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These Are the Devices That Support iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

At its press event yesterday, Apple announced a slew of new products, including a trio of new iPhones (like the $999 iPhone X), an LTE-equipped Apple Watch, and an Apple TV capable of displaying movies in 4K HDR. The announcements also coincided with some software update news, namely release dates for iOS 11 and macOS…Read […]

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These Are the Devices That Support iOS 11 and macOS High Sierra

At its press event yesterday, Apple announced a slew of new products, including a trio of new iPhones (like the $999 iPhone X), an LTE-equipped Apple Watch, and an Apple TV capable of displaying movies in 4K HDR. The announcements also coincided with some software update news, namely release dates for iOS 11 and macOS…Read […]

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Declutter Your Chrome Browser Tabs or This Tamagotchi Clone Will Die

Google cleverly designed Chrome to prevent inevitable website crashes from bringing down the entire browser. But that stability comes at the cost of tremendous RAM usage when you’ve got countless tabs open. There are tools you can use to help curb Chrome’s memory appetite, but turning tab maintenance into a game…Read more… Continue Reading at […]

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Producers can now use Ableton Live to make music in virtual reality

The music production landscape may be at a major crossroads, with production DAW capabilities now stepping into the emerging realm of virtual reality. Soon we may be able to discern answers to questions like, “would some songs be bigger hits in virtual reality?” as Ableton Live’s production software can now be experienced in VR.The app allows […]

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These Are The Four Best Web Hosting Services, As Chosen By You

This week, we’re running the SQL to Lifehacker’s 2012 web hosting hive five, and this year’s nominees are, with one exception, a completely different group of companies. So start your WPENGINES and check out the finalists below, and don’t forget to vote at the bottom of the post.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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These Are The Four Best Web Hosting Services, As Chosen By You

This week, we’re running the SQL to Lifehacker’s 2012 web hosting hive five, and this year’s nominees are, with one exception, a completely different group of companies. So start your WPENGINES and check out the finalists below, and don’t forget to vote at the bottom of the post.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Adobe Is Finally Killing Flash (For Real, This Time)

Here it is, hiding halfway down the company’s latest press release, like a guillotine in a crowded town square: “Adobe is planning to end-of-life Flash.” Boom. That’s the sound of the blade dropping, and Flash, finally, thankfully, mercifully dying. Because Adobe just killed it.Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Microsoft Office’s Teen Champions Share Their Best Tricks

Each year, hundreds of thousands of American teenagers compete to be the best at Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and win up to $3,000 in the Microsoft Office Specialist U.S. National Championship. It’s organized by Certiport, a testing company that offers certifications in software like MS Office, AutoCAD, and Adobe…Read more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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Reddit’s Terrible Volume Controls Teach Good Design

Over the past three weeks, the /r/ProgrammerHumor subreddit has reinvented the on-screen volume controller hundreds of times over. Starting with one user’s sideways slider, users have created funny volume controls based on laptop screen angle, fidget spinners, battery power, latitude and longitude, and the digits of piRead more… Continue Reading at http://lifehacker.com

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