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Akai’s MPC Live II is a portable studio with built-in speakers

Akai Akai describes the speakers as “a practical set of reference monitors for studio use”. This is a strong statement because most people with a home setup use standalone 5-inch and upward speakers. To say all of this, it’s definitely a nice addition, we’re only interested in seeing how they sound. In addition to the new speakers, the Live II …

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Samsung and SK Telecom unveil the world’s first smartphone with quantum security technology

The phone itself has a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED Infinity-O display with Full HD resolution and a built-in fingerprint reader. A rear quad camera setup includes a 64-megapixel main camera, a 12-megapixel ultra-wide-angle camera, a five-megapixel macro camera, and a five-megapixel depth sensor. There is a 32 megapixel camera on the front. The entire device is powered by an Exynos 980 …

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Share your memories of the original iMac

The original iMac G3 from 1998 was very different from today’s elegant silver iMac models. The G3 was a rounded bladder with a clear colored body. It came with a notoriously uncomfortable mouse and was available in thirteen flavors. The candy-colored desktop helped pull Apple off the verge of bankruptcy, and was instrumental in introducing a new connection standard for …

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This new AI camera sensor could make CCTVs terrifyingly intelligent

Sending images and videos to the cloud to be analyzed not only takes longer, but also raises concerns about data protection. For this reason, Sony has announced the world’s first image sensors with integrated AI. The new IMX500 and IMX501 intelligent image sensors have a logic processor and memory that enable cameras equipped with them to perform computer vision tasks …

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Stream HBO Go and HBO Now with the Watch Party app Scener

Setting up a virtual watch party without special software can be painful. It is easy to get out of sync and trying to talk to friends can result in uncomfortable audio feedback. However, there are several apps that help optimize the process, including Scener, which is now compatible with HBO Now and HBO Go. Users with a subscription to one …

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Instagram live videos can now be saved to IGTV

Many artists and other people are currently turning to Instagram Live to stay connected with their audience. A disadvantage of Instagram’s live streams is that they disappear after 24 hours because they take place in stories. As of today, you can save live videos to IGTV, the Instagram app for videos that are longer than the ones you see in …

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Xbox co-founder J. Allard works on the Intellivison Amico

A revised version of Mattel Electronics’ Intellivision is expected to be released this fall. Intellivision Entertainment – a different entity than Mattel, which owns the Intellivision brand – has hired J. Allard as the company’s global managing director to put the finishing touches on the Amico game console. Allard is one of the fathers of Microsoft’s Xbox division and has …

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Twitch Forms Review Board to strengthen moderation guidelines

For years, Twitch has been trying to implement its moderation and security policy in a transparent, egalitarian way. After its launch in 2011, the streaming service grew faster than expected and was acquired by Amazon in 2014 for almost $ 1 billion. During these growth spurts, the company stumbled through controversy over its ban decisions, gender-specific (and specifically female nipple) …

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