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Reddit teams with Adobe to launch its first live competition show

Reddit teams with Adobe to launch its first live competition show

Social media platform Reddit has teamed up with Adobe to launch its first live series, a comedy and competition show that revolves around the popular subreddit /r/photoshopbattles. The streaming series tasks participants with using Photoshop to compete in "Photoshop battles" in hour-long episodes, which will also feature celebrities and comedians for commentary.

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Disney+ Hawkeye series release schedule revealed with new trailer

Disney+ Hawkeye series release schedule revealed with new trailer

Disney has released a new trailer for its upcoming Hawkeye series for Disney+, as well as the planned release schedule for the show. The series -- as we've seen in the trailers -- will be set around the holidays, the same real-life period of time when the show will premiere. Disney plans to kick things off with two episodes on the release date, switching to a more conventional schedule after that.

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NASA’s Lucy mission launches tomorrow: How to watch it live

NASA’s Lucy mission launches tomorrow: How to watch it live

NASA's first mission to the Trojan asteroids, Lucy, will launch tomorrow, October 16. The space agency will live stream the mission launch for the public to watch, giving everyone the chance to participate in the milestone mission. NASA anticipates the Lucy mission helping shed light on the formation of our solar system and how the planets originated.

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Facebook Ego4D tracking your When, How, What, and Who

Facebook Ego4D tracking your When, How, What, and Who

When in a few years Facebook releases a new pair of glasses with cameras, microphones, and proximity sensors aboard, remember this article. Today we're taking a peek at some research posted by Facebook AI called "Ego4D". This research worked with "a consortium of 13 universities and labs across nine countries" that together collected "2,200 hours of first person video in the wild, featuring over 700 participants going about their daily lives."

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Tales of the Walking Dead anthology show heading to AMC in 2022

Tales of the Walking Dead anthology show heading to AMC in 2022

AMC is the latest network to announce an anthology series based on a hit show -- in this case, The Walking Dead. The upcoming anthology series will be called Tales of the Walking Dead, and it will tell new stories via single standalone episodes featuring new characters in the zombie apocalypse. The series will be available on both AMC and AMC+.

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The Expanse season six gets first trailer and confirmed release date

The Expanse season six gets first trailer and confirmed release date

Amazon has released the first trailer for season six of The Expanse, the hit science fiction show it picked up following Syfy's abrupt cancellation. Amazon said late last year that it would bring The Expanse back for a sixth -- and final -- season, and now it is offering fans their first look at what they can expect.

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YouTube’s automatic live stream captions arrive for all creators

YouTube’s automatic live stream captions arrive for all creators

If you're tired of waiting for a live stream to end so that you can watch it with captions, YouTube's latest announcement includes some good news. The company has revealed that its automatic captions feature is now available to all creators on the platform, including accounts that didn't meet its previous subscriber requirement.

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Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City gets official movie trailer

Resident Evil: Welcome To Raccoon City gets official movie trailer

Sony Pictures has published the official trailer for Resident Evil: Welcome to Raccoon City, the latest theatrical release based on the hit video game series. Fans get around a solid two minutes of clips from the movie, which is scheduled to hit theaters in late November. This time around, viewers will be taken back to 1998.

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YouTube targets climate change deniers as part of wider crackdown

YouTube targets climate change deniers as part of wider crackdown

While climate change denial videos can remain on YouTube, they'll no longer rake in advertisement dollars. The company has announced plans to strip ads from climate change denial videos amid a larger crackdown on misinformation. The decision appears to have been largely driven by YouTube's partners that don't want their products appearing alongside these videos.

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YouTube Rewind 2021 will not exist

YouTube Rewind 2021 will not exist

At long last, the end of the official YouTube Rewind series is here. YouTube confirmed that the viral video compendium has grown to a point at which it is no longer needed... or at least YouTube doesn't feel the need to make one. After the debacle that was the lack of appreciation from users over the Rewind 2018 video, then the not-a-video Rewind of 2019.

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Adobe Premiere and Photoshop Elements 2022 price and release dates revealed

Adobe Premiere and Photoshop Elements 2022 price and release dates revealed

Adobe Photoshop Elements 2022 and Adobe Premiere Elements 2022 were revealed today with Adobe Sensei AI-powered features aplenty. Many of the features we took a look at in preview mode throughout the year are now ready to roll for both pieces of software, including instant transformation of photos into "art", moving elements in photos-turned-MP4 videos, photo warp, and pet photo adjustments.

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Netflix app for Android gets Fast Laughs and Play Something features

Netflix app for Android gets Fast Laughs and Play Something features

Netflix is rolling out two big features to Android users, giving them access to the same functionality that has been available on smart TVs and iPhones for a while. The two features are called Play Something and Fast Laughs; the latter feature has only been available on iOS thus far, while Play Something has been limited to TVs.

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