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RED phone leaks in full, display included

RED phone leaks in full, display included

This week the folks at RED seem to be pushing their last bits of info on their first phone out the front door. The smartphone was already pre-ordered in unknown numbers before the phone was revealed - which is very strange. But with a reputation for greatness like RED has in play, oddities appear. Today we're seeing what looks pretty much like the last remaining details on the smartphone before its first major release.

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YouTube is down and the Internet goes crazy [UPDATE: It’s back]

YouTube is down and the Internet goes crazy [UPDATE: It’s back]

It wasn't just the PlayStation Network that abruptly went offline for a short while. Now an even bigger network outage is affecting users all over the world, not just a few thousand who own specific devices. Yes, YouTube is down. I repeat, YouTube is down. And as with any Internet service that the entire world has come to rely on, the Web is on fire with reports and complaints about how people now have to pry their eyes away from their screens. Or at least start using other social media apps.

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Adobe Premiere Rush video editor rolls out, Android to follow

Adobe Premiere Rush video editor rolls out, Android to follow

Forget 160 characters. GIFs and videos are the new thing in social media and the Interwebs. Creating those, however, aren't exactly easy unless you've got a knack for video editing. Or you have tools that simplify the task. The latter is what Adobe is aiming for with the new Premiere Rush. Revealed as Project Rush a few months back, this new member of Adobe's suite practically puts an "all-in-one" video editor in the cloud, ready to export your latest masterpieces to YouTube, Facebook, and more.

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Apple acquired Spektral for live cutout video magic

Apple acquired Spektral for live cutout video magic

It would appear as though Apple acquired a company by the name of Spektral at the tail end of the year 2017. This Danish group specialized in the isolation of objects in both still and moving images (and video), removing background elements from said objects in real time. This company previously aimed to create cloud-based applications and a Photoshop plugin - now it's inside Apple proper.

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All new Google products leaked before event

All new Google products leaked before event

One Google promo video seems to have spilled the beans. Today we're at the big Google event in New York City and we've been treated to a video promoting all the products Google will show - before they show. This video included the Pixel 3, Pixel 3 XL, Pixel Slate, a new stylus, and a Google Home Hub. All of these devices will be detailed further this morning, but for now, let's have a peek.

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Amazon’s IMDB tipped in plan to launch free video streaming service

Amazon’s IMDB tipped in plan to launch free video streaming service

Amazon's IMDB will be revealing a new ad-supported video streaming service soon, according to a new report. The service, which has previously leaked as an alleged form of Prime Video that is free to use, will be limited to Fire TV users, but won't come with the Prime subscription requirement that exists for Prime Video users. The service reportedly will, in part, help grow Amazon's digital advertisement business.

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Diablo animated series in ‘final talks’ for original Netflix launch

Diablo animated series in ‘final talks’ for original Netflix launch

Netflix is gearing up to launch an original animated series based on the popular Diablo video game franchise, according to a newly published tweet. The tip comes from Boom! Studios founder Andrew "Andy" Cosby, who published a brief statement on his Twitter account. According to it, Cosby and Netflix are in "final talks" over the series.

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Hulu Live TV streaming will support Amazon Echo Show 2018

Hulu Live TV streaming will support Amazon Echo Show 2018

Amid unveiling its 2018 version of the Echo Show, Amazon mentioned that Hulu would be among its early partners supporting the device. The Echo Show, unlike its Echo and Echo Dot siblings, features a display bumped to a 10-inch size in its latest iteration. Users can utilize this screen to retrieve information, such as recipes, as well as video chatting and watching videos.

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The Twilight Zone reboot gets Jordan Peele as host and narrator

The Twilight Zone reboot gets Jordan Peele as host and narrator

Late last year, CBS revealed that it will be rebooting The Twilight Zone with plans to make it exclusively available on CBS All Access. The reboot will retain the same iconic name as the original, offering a blend of fantasy, horror, and science fiction that explores human nature and offers social commentary. In a new teaser video, CBS revealed the show's new host.

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GoPro HERO7 revealed: Three models, all simple, social

GoPro HERO7 revealed: Three models, all simple, social

Three GoPro HERO7 cameras were revealed this morning by the go-anywhere action camera brand. There's the GoPro HERO7 Black, Silver, and White to choose from, each of these coming with their own set of specifications, features, and price levels. GoPro upgraded the lot, but their emphasis this round or releases is on simplicity. They're trying to do what works and make what works simple to understand - and subsequently buy.

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YouTube Kids now lets parents limit children to approved videos

YouTube Kids now lets parents limit children to approved videos

YouTube is tackling its inappropriate content issue by enabling parents to limit their kids to only pre-approved videos and channels. The new feature has launched in YouTube Kids, fulfilling a promise the company made back in April. As well, YouTube Kids now offers a new option created specifically for older kids, one that features a "less restrictive" experience than the version presented to younger users.

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YouTube starts showing vertical advertisements to mobile users

YouTube starts showing vertical advertisements to mobile users

Watching a video recorded in a vertical orientation has long been an uncomfortable experience, but YouTube changed that last year with the arrival of proper vertical video playback. Now the company is back with another update, this one bringing the same experience to advertisements. When viewing on mobile, YouTube will start showing video ads in a vertical orientation.

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