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  • News: Thai floods hit Q4 hard drive production, says research firm

    The devastating floods in Thailand will cause a 28 percent quarter-on-quarter drop in hard disk drive (HDD) production in the fourth quarter, potentially affecting notebook production in early 2012, research firm IHS iSuppli said on Monday.

  • News: Blu-ray: Still Alive as Disc Sales Soar

    So Blu-ray is on life support? A terminal case, soon to be replaced by streaming services such as Netflix? Not so fast, says the Digital Entertainment Group (DEG), a studio-funded trade group based in Los Angeles.

  • News: Alien Skin releases photo enlargement plug-in Blow Up 3

    Alien Skin Software has released Blow Up 3, the new version of its photo enlargement plug-in for Adobe Photoshop, Photoshop Elements, and Photoshop Lightroom. It is available now on the company's website for $199, a $50 price drop from Blow Up 2.

  • News: ScreenFlow 3.0 rises above ordinary screen capture utilities

    One of the best ways to explain a tricky task to someone—whether it’s replacing spark plugs in a car or using an image editor to clean up an old photo—is to simply show them how it’s done. Telestream’s ScreenFlow 3.0.1 can certainly help with the latter. This amazing app helps you create computer-based tutorial videos by recording your screen activity (along with narration), which you can then share online with friends and fans.

  • News: Improve Your Photo Skills and Post Your Pictures Online

    You can carry your camera and take snapshots all day, but without a place to post them--or input on how you can improve your photos--you might find it difficult to make your work stand out. We asked Jeff Enlow, an editor with Corbis Images and a freelance photographer based in New York, which sites he visits to post his photos, learn about new projects, and get ideas.

  • News: 38 Incredibly Useful Sites

    The Internet is an awesome and powerful resource--but only if you know where to look. And that isn't always easy, considering the pace at which websites sprout and grow. This collection of some of the most useful sites on the Web should help you make sense of the vast assortment of sites at your fingertips.

  • News: YouTube to boost original, professional programming

    YouTube will start rolling out next month a set of new channels with original programs next month, as the video site beefs up its offering of exclusive, professionally-produced content.

  • News: Import camera videos directly into iMovie '11

    To us, a video shot with a camcorder and a video shot with a DSLR or compact camera are essentially the same thing: a video file stored on a memory card. But to iLife, they're different: iMovie was designed to import footage from devices that primarily shoot video, while iPhoto was designed to import images from still cameras.

  • News: New bill would target websites enabling copyright infringement

    A new bill introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives would allow law enforcement officials to shut down websites that enable or facilitate copyright infringement, leading some digital rights groups to suggest that YouTube, Twitter and online news sites could be targeted.

  • News: Cisco plans free telepresence client

    Cisco Systems is taking several steps to extend its TelePresence videoconferencing technology beyond enterprise meeting rooms, introducing two endpoints and a free client application for ad hoc participants to download.

  • News: Group: New version of PROTECT IP may target legal sites

    An upcoming version of U.S. legislation designed to combat copyright infringement on the Web may include provisions that hold online services such as Twitter, Facebook and YouTube legally responsible for infringing material posted by users, according to one group opposed to the bill.

  • News: Brits watch 240 million hours of online video per month

    UK web users spend 240 million hours every month watching videos online, says Experian Htiwise.

  • News: Microsoft's YouTube channel gets hijacked and wiped clean

    Microsoft's official YouTube channel was hijacked on Saturday and all videos hosted on it were temporarily removed. The hacker replaced them with others claiming that Microsoft is holding a contest.

  • News: Netflix will launch in the UK in early 2012

    US online movie streaming service Netflix has revealed it will launch in the UK early next year.

  • News: Hulu Plus Comes to Nintendo 3DS, Wii; 3DS Gets 3D Video Recording

    Nintendo 3DS and Wii console owners will get a number of updates in late 2011, including Hulu Plus on both devices and 3D video recording on the 3DS, Nintendo announced Friday. Hulu Plus will land on the Wii and 3DS by the end of the year, while Nintendo promises 3DS owners they will be able to record up to ten minutes of 3D video by the end of November.

  • News: Google TV 2.0 May Support Android Apps

    The second incarnation of Google’s TV set top-box software will incorporate apps from the Android Market and will look a lot like Android for tablets. A leaked -- perhaps accidental -- sneak peek at the update indicates Google TV 2.0 will feature full-blown Android Market integration for apps and content that should enhance the TV part of Google TV.

  • News: Google launches film rental service for Android devices

    Google has launched a film rental service for Brits with devices running Google Android.

  • News: Cisco to acquire video delivery startup BNI

    Cisco Systems plans to acquire BNI Video, a privately held provider of video delivery software for service providers, for about US$99 million.

  • News: Make custom tones for your iPhone

    Among the multitude of features in iOS 5 is the ability to at last use custom sounds for alerts. Custom ringtones have been around for several years, but extending that feature to an iOS device’s other alerts, like voicemail or text messages, has been a feature long sought after by iPhone users. Until now, iOS device users have had to limit themselves to merely the limited—and often bizarre—tones offered by Apple.

  • News: Create scalable vector halftones in Illustrator

    One of the hardest things to accomplish in vector illustration is a halftone, which is a way of reproducing a monochrome image using only dots of varying sizes. Halftones are especially important for graphic artists working with a limited number of colors (in poster or t-shirt designs, for example), because they give nuance to otherwise flat artwork. Moreover, vector halftones can be scaled to any size without showing pixelation.



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