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DJI Pocket 2 gives stabilized mini-camera a big upgrade

DJI Pocket 2 gives stabilized mini-camera a big upgrade

DJI has revealed its newest compact stabilized camera, with the DJI Pocket 2 upgrading the Osmo Pocket with a bigger sensor atop its 3-axis gimbal. As with the original camera, it's an all-in-one mini-camera, with the Pocket 2 packing a 4-megapixel sensor with a new zoom feature this time around.

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Here’s how Adobe plans to make digital art theft impossible

Here’s how Adobe plans to make digital art theft impossible

In addition to all of the product announcements it made today at MAX, Adobe also revealed new details for its Content Authenticity Initiative. This is still in the prototype stage, but the idea is to make it so photographers and artists can be properly attributed to their work through tamper-proof information attached to each image. If you’ve ever had someone steal your work without proper attribution, this could prove to be a very useful tool.

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Adobe Illustrator for iPad launches as Fresco heads to iPhone

Adobe Illustrator for iPad launches as Fresco heads to iPhone

Adobe MAX typically brings a new product launch or two along with it, and today, Adobe announced two big ones. The company is bringing two popular apps to new platforms today, revealing that it’s bringing Illustrator to iPad and Fresco to iPhone. Of course, we had some indication of at least this iPad launch for Illustrator, as Adobe has been beta testing the app with thousands of users since March of this year.

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Photoshop serves up Sensei AI features including Neural Filters and Sky Replacement

Photoshop serves up Sensei AI features including Neural Filters and Sky Replacement

At its annual MAX event today, Adobe announced that Photoshop is getting a slate of new features centered around Adobe Sensei artificial intelligence. Chief among these new features are Photoshop’s Neural Filters, which were crafted with help from NVIDIA and allow you change a picture’s look - sometimes dramatically - with just a few clicks or by using a series of sliders.

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Renderings based on a Samsung patent show Pro Sound speakers

Renderings based on a Samsung patent show Pro Sound speakers

Samsung has faced challenges with its Galaxy line of smartphones over the years. A new patent has turned up that shows Samsung is considering adding a speaker resonance chamber to future Galaxy devices. This design would significantly increase the sound quality of audio coming out of the phone's internal speakers.

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OnePlus 8T OxygenOS 11 adds the Amazon app nobody asked for

OnePlus 8T OxygenOS 11 adds the Amazon app nobody asked for

OnePlus may have thankfully promised to stop preloading Facebook on its phones but it seems to have switched one Big Tech for another Big Tech. The OnePlus 8T, the company's latest flagship announced just last week, is getting a minor update to OxygenOS 11 but instead of what should have been a trivial event in India has blown up over the Internet. It turns out, the update also adds the Amazon app to the phone but OnePlus apparently has a ready answer for that.

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Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 comes in a more compact form

Raspberry Pi Compute Module 4 comes in a more compact form

The Raspberry Pi single-board computers or SBCs have long been the darling of makers and tinkerers because of their size and their price. The RPis, however, have also served as the foundation of more formal products that take advantage of the platform more than just the package. For these types of uses, The Raspberry Pi Foundations has provided smaller but also less featured Compute Modules and the latest version based on the RPi 4 shrinks that size down even further with one important consequence.

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Nokia 2 V Tella on Verizon wants you to smile about something

Nokia 2 V Tella on Verizon wants you to smile about something

HMD Global unleashed a flood of new devices and services last month but it's far from done yet. It has just launched a new phone but this time exclusive to just one carrier. The Nokia 2 V Tella is pretty much your stereotypical entry-level budget phone targeted at Verizon's customers. Despite the obvious traits of a low-level smartphone, the company claims that it will still give you something to smile about, whatever it might be.

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LG SIGNATURE OLED R Rollable TV is now available for purchase if you can

LG SIGNATURE OLED R Rollable TV is now available for purchase if you can

While Samsung is lording it over its rivals when it comes to foldable phones, LG is taking its flexible displays where Samsung has not yet set foot in, at least not commercially. LG has been putting its own flexible OLED tech in computers and especially as rollable displays, including TVs. It showed off the latter last August and it is now finally ready to sell the LG Rollable SIGNATURE OLED R TV, at least those who can afford it in South Korea.

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Windows 10 auto-installing Office PWAs was half bug, half feature

Windows 10 auto-installing Office PWAs was half bug, half feature

Microsoft has been known to be rather aggressive and unsubtle when pushing its products to people's consciousness. That was true back when it was pushing people to upgrade to Windows 10 and it's true now as it uses Windows' Start Menu as a home for advertising its own apps. Things seem to be coming to a head again as Windows users, both Insiders and regular users, start seeing what they thought were Office web apps automatically installed without their permission. It turns out, it's partly intentional and partly a bug.

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Pixel 5 owners complain about a dangerous manufacturing defect

Pixel 5 owners complain about a dangerous manufacturing defect

Google's 2020 not-so-high-end flagship has just started going out to new owners and there are already worrying complaints about the phone's quality. These aren't about some software problems that can be easily fixed by an update nor are they about display issue, well at least not as far as output or touch input are concerned. Instead, it's a more problematic gap between the phone's display and metal frame which may or may not affect the phone's water resistance.

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Huawei Mate 40 pricing leak sounds ridiculous and likely

Huawei Mate 40 pricing leak sounds ridiculous and likely

Huawei is set to announce its last major smartphone of the year in a few days and, unlike previous generations of Huawei flagships, very little has been leaked about the Mate 40 series. Perhaps there's not much to leak about in the first place but the ones that do get out are admittedly curious. Going beyond the design, part of which was already teased by Huawei itself, new information has surfaced that puts the smartphone in a not so positive light but one that's most likely close to the real deal, unfortunately.

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