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Macphun Luminar, a new all-in-one photo editor, is a Mac exclusive

Macphun Luminar, a new all-in-one photo editor, is a Mac exclusive

Macphun has introduced a new all-in-one photo editor called Luminar, and it is available exclusively for Mac. According to Macphun, Luminar is the first ever photo editor that adapts to one’s own skill level and personal style. The software features an adaptive interface, photo filters, pro-level editing tools, custom workspaces, and more. The product isn’t intended to replace Macphun’s Aurora HDR, however.

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Apple cuts Mac flash storage upgrade pricing

Apple cuts Mac flash storage upgrade pricing

If you are in the market for a new Mac computer storage upgrades for the older Mac Pro and MacBook machines have been reduced at Apple. If you like the idea of spending big money on the Mac Pro with its umbrella holder style, you will want to hear this. Apple has cut the price of storage upgrades for buyers of the Mac Pro. The base amount of storage is still a 256GB PCIe-based flash device. Upgrades include 512GB or 1TB of the same type of storage media.

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New MacBook Pro 13 first look: Entry-level Touch Bar envy

New MacBook Pro 13 first look: Entry-level Touch Bar envy

After a long - some might say interminable - wait, Apple’s new MacBook Pro is here, and it’s proving to be controversial. Unveiled this week is the Cupertino firm’s vision of how touch and notebooks can co-exist, and it’s a very different interpretation compared to the 2-in-1’s and convertibles we’ve seen in Windows land. Not all the new MacBook Pro models are created equal, however, and it’s the new, $1,499 entry-level model which has landed first on the SlashGear test bench.

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New MacBook Pro hands-on

New MacBook Pro hands-on

Somehow both familiar and fresh, the new MacBook Pro is more than the sum of its parts: there's some witchcraft in here, too. I've spent some hands-on time with Apple's new flagship notebook, just announced at the company's Cupertino HQ in California today, and it's the upgrade many Mac users have been waiting with middling degrees of patience. More importantly, it feels like the final piece of Apple's argument against touchscreen notebooks and 2-in-1s.

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MacBook Pro’s 2 biggest secret features get leaked

MacBook Pro’s 2 biggest secret features get leaked

The next MacBook Pro is quite likely set to appear at Apple's next event, an event set to take place on the 27th. Today we're happened upon details tipping two of the next MacBook's most major features. One of these is a touchscreen that sits just above the keyboard of the notebook, the other is a button.

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What to expect at Apple’s October 27 MacBook event

What to expect at Apple’s October 27 MacBook event

Apple has an event planned for later this month, and rumor has it we'll be seeing a new MacBook Pro, as well as a high-resolution display to replace the Thunderbolt display the company discontinued in June, among other things. Speculation about when the event will take place has been somewhat varied. Though Apple hasn't yet confirmed the date, it seems it'll be happening on October 27, the day after Microsoft's own event.

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Evernote Mac users losing attachments, given free premium subs

Evernote Mac users losing attachments, given free premium subs

Evernote wants to be your digital brain, where you store anything and everything that is made from bits and bytes. But what if you bought into that spiel and then Evernote, unlike its elephant logo, actually forgot? That is sadly the nightmare that a few a few Evernote Mac users have found themselves in, no thanks to a bug that is mysteriously deleting images and files attached to notes. Evernote has, at least, acknowledge the issue and is offering affected users some recompense.

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The Apple Tax – A concept of economics

The Apple Tax – A concept of economics

For those who’ve been monitoring consumer technology long enough, the term ‘Apple Tax’ will be familiar. It’s a phrase coined in the late aughts to cleverly describe the high price tag of Apple devices, like the Mac. Prices are still high, but with other manufacturers creating similarly beautiful and expensive machines, ‘Apple Tax’ has slipped out of our vernacular. Without us paying attention, Apple resurfaced it as a real tax levied against how you use your devices.

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Wasteland 3 becomes fully funded, launches stretch goals

Wasteland 3 becomes fully funded, launches stretch goals

Well that didn't take long: just a few days after launching on Fig, Wasteland 3 has hit its crowdfunding goal of $2.75 million. There wasn't much doubt that it would be a success considering that Wasteland 2 was a crowdfunding hit all its own, and now inXile has until the campaign wraps on November 3 to raise as much additional cash as possible. That, in case you were wondering, means stretch goals.

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Apple Dongles A Go-Go

Apple Dongles A Go-Go

Apple’s newest offerings, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, are really nice phones. Its latest computer, the MacBook, is also a very good piece of hardware. Unfortunately, they both have an issue: ports. The iPhones rely on Lightning for wired connectivity, and the MacBook leans on USB-C. Incoming MacBook Pros are believed to depend on USB-C, too. While it may not have meant to, Apple has created a dongle problem for users, and it’s getting out of hand.

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Wasteland 3 first gameplay trailer, crowdfunding campaign now live

Wasteland 3 first gameplay trailer, crowdfunding campaign now live

A week ago, inXile Entertainment announced its ambitions to create Wasteland 3. The team revealed details on new gameplay mechanics and a new setting while at the same time announcing a new crowdfunding campaign to make the game a reality. That crowdfunding campaign has gone live today, and inXile has delivered our first look at Wasteland 3 gameplay to go along with it.

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Wasteland 3 invites you to explore frozen Colorado with a friend

Wasteland 3 invites you to explore frozen Colorado with a friend

Given the the immense crowdfunding success of Wasteland 2, it was a pretty safe assumption that we'd someday see a Wasteland 3. That possibility became a reality today, with developer inXile officially unveiling Wasteland 3 and dropping a few details on what to expect. The game promises to have similar mechanics to the ones that made the revival of the Wasteland series so successful, except for one fairly major addition: support for co-op play.

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