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Photoshop will soon let creators add verification to newly minted NFTs

Photoshop will soon let creators add verification to newly minted NFTs

Adobe has made a number of product announcements at its MAX 2021 event, not the least of which are a number of new features for its popular image-editing and creation software Photoshop. One of these new features revolves around blockchain technology, making it easier for content creators to prove that they're the person behind non-fungible tokens (NFTs) offered on platforms like OpenSea and SuperRare.

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Yubico Security C NFC is a cheap USB-C security key for phones and PCs

Yubico Security C NFC is a cheap USB-C security key for phones and PCs

Yubico's latest security key is the Security Key C NFC, a cheaper alternative to the company's existing YubiKey 5C NFC. The new product enables users to easily secure their Android smartphone, iPhone, or computer running Windows 10 using a physical key that makes it much harder for hackers to infiltrate an account.

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Samsung plans Tizen smart TV cloud gaming platform: What we know

Samsung plans Tizen smart TV cloud gaming platform: What we know

During the Samsung Developer Conference 2021 (SDC 21) event today, Samsung revealed plans to launch its own cloud gaming product for smart TVs running the company's Tizen OS. Samsung simply calls the product "Cloud Game Platform," noting that the core of the product will be offering high-end gameplay experiences without requiring consumers to purchase high-end gaming hardware. The move may pit Samsung against Google, which has established its own cloud gaming platform Stadia as something consumers can play on their TV using a Chromecast dongle.

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Google Pixel 6 Review

Google Pixel 6 Review

Our Google Pixel 6 Review is separate from that of the 6 Pro because they are two very different devices. Different not in their presentation of Android - there they're quite similar. Different in some of the most essential game-changing points of the smartphone experience. The Google Pixel 6 represents the strong bones of ideal Android 12 smartphone as envisioned by Google - it's more than just essential, and less than extravagant.

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Wyze Solar Panel and Lamp Socket kick off the company’s birthday week

Wyze Solar Panel and Lamp Socket kick off the company’s birthday week

Smart home company Wyze has announced two new products to kick off its birthday week celebration: the Wyze Solar Panel and Wyze Lamp Socket. These two new products are designed for use with the company's Wyze Cam v3 and Wyze Cam Outdoor security cameras. The solar panel features a micro USB cable for powering the Wyze outdoor camera, while the Lamp Socket is exactly what it sounds like: a smart socket for existing light fixtures.

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Amazon Verizon 5G LEO expansion claims altruistic aim

Amazon Verizon 5G LEO expansion claims altruistic aim

Verizon Communications Inc. and Project Kuiper (from Amazon.com Inc.) revealed an expansion of their existing partnership today. They've suggested that they will pair Amazon's low Earth orbit (LEO) satellite network (Project Kuiper) with Verizon's terrestrial mobile network to expand internet access or deliver internet access to unserved and underserved communities. They want to make this technology available to "all" people, but they don't go so far as to suggest they'll actually be delivering said technology for free.

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Adobe expands Content Authenticity Initiative tools to fight misinformation

Adobe expands Content Authenticity Initiative tools to fight misinformation

A couple of years ago at Adobe MAX, we saw the company launch the Content Authenticity Initiative. This allowed content creators to take ownership over their work while at the same time preventing theft and potentially even stemming the flow of misinformation. Today, two years after the Content Authenticity Initiative was introduced, Adobe announced that it’s expanding the feature with new tools called Content Credentials.

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Adobe Illustrator arrives in web browsers, Creative Cloud gets new collaboration features

Adobe Illustrator arrives in web browsers, Creative Cloud gets new collaboration features

While Adobe MAX is always a big day for Photoshop fans, it looks like it’s a big day for Illustrator users as well. Adobe today announced new features for Illustrator across both the desktop and iPad implementations of the app. In addition, Adobe announced new collaborative features for Creative Cloud that will see Illustrator heading to web browsers in some capacity, among others.

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Photoshop update brings new Sensei AI features to desktop, Raw camera support to iPad

Photoshop update brings new Sensei AI features to desktop, Raw camera support to iPad

Adobe MAX is here, and the company’s most popular editing software is unsurprisingly getting a host of updates for the occasion. The most significant updates are landing on Photoshop for desktop, but we’re also seeing some big new features ship for Photoshop for iPad. As we’ve frequently seen over the last few years, Adobe’s Sensei AI is behind many of these new features, at least as far as the desktop version is concerned.

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LG CordZero Cordless Vacuum A939 with All-in-One Tower Review

LG CordZero Cordless Vacuum A939 with All-in-One Tower Review

Cordless vacuums have grown up. No longer merely accessories to a good clean, models like LG's new CordZero A939 are powerful, long-lasting, and flexible enough to be your daily go-to, rather than just tidying up around the edges. For maximum convenience, though, this $999 vacuum - and its imposing All-in-One Tower base station - promises to empty itself.

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Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition Review

Amazon Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition Review

For 2021, Amazon is splitting the Kindle Paperwhite line in two. Yes, there's a new $139.99 Paperwhite model, with a bigger display and longer battery, but it's joined by the first Kindle Paperwhite Signature Edition. At $189.99 it promises to better bridge the gap between Paperwhite and Kindle Oasis, including the long-awaited addition of some new features.

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U-Boat Worx Super Sub looks like a James Bond gadget

U-Boat Worx Super Sub looks like a James Bond gadget

U-Boat Worx has revealed its latest addition to its fleet of submarine models called the Super Sub. The design features a long tail and advanced wing, making it the most hydrodynamic submarine on the market. U-Boat Worx also integrates four thrusters delivering 60 kW of power for steep 30-degree climbs and dives.

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