Tag: Video

Smartphone stills are getting so much better, but what about video?

Opinion post by C. Scott Brown If you watch any smartphone launch event from the last few years, chances are exceptionally good that a large part of that presentation will focus on the phone’s camera. The phone will likely have multiple lenses, state-of-the-art sensors, and software tweaks that will make your photos really pop. However, […]

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18 new and notable Android apps and live wallpapers from the last two weeks including Daywise, Hidey Hole, and Dota Pro Circuit (3/9/19 – 3/23/19)

Article Contents Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android applications and live wallpapers that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous two weeks or so. Today I have an excellent notification scheduler, a camera hole wallpaper app from Chainfire, and a Dota Pro Circuit app from […]

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Robocopyright: Dan Bull’s rap anthem for the defeat of #Article13

[embedded content] Just in time for a continent-wide day of street demonstrations against Article 13 and the new Copyright Directive, British rapper Dan Bull (previously) has released a furious, amazing new song about the regulation: Robocopyright. More than a 100 MEPs have pledged to vote against the measure on Monday, and it’s not too late […]

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teamlab fills former oil tanks with ‘digital universe of water particles’ in shanghai

art collective teamlab will inaugurate the opening of a new art museum in shanghai this weekend with an immersive exhibition that explores water through digital manipulation. entitled ‘universe of water particles in the tank’ the exhibition will transform five massive former oil tanks that constitute a new ambitious and long-awaited museum project aptly names ‘tank shanghai’. […]

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After a week with Android Q Beta, here are all the little changes we’ve noticed

Article Contents There are quite a few new features (and some removed functionality) present in the first beta of Android Q — we’ve documented around 50 major changes already. There are also plenty of smaller tweaks that don’t warrant separate coverage, so we’re going over them here. Without further ado, here all of the smaller […]

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PHOTOS: Baby wallaby at National Zoo peeks out of pouch

[embedded content] Several months after it was born, a baby wallaby has finally stuck its head out of mom’s pouch and taken a look at the world. Zookeepers at the Smithsonian National Zoo observed the joey kicking around in the mother’s pouch for several weeks but the pup didn’t actually peek out until March 11. […]

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Hey Everyone, Boxer Adrien Broner Isn’t Gay and He Wants the World to Know During Vile, Homophobic Rant 

Photo: Christian Petersen (Getty Images) Looks like boxer Adrien Broner’s masculinity is so fragile that he had to go on a caveman-esque, homophobic disturbing rant that he titled a “PSA” to gay men who might be interested in him. “If any f-g, punk ass nigga come run up on me, trying to touch me on […]

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[Bonus Round] Golf Peaks, Yume Nikki, Shieldwall Chronicles: Swords of the North, R.B.I. Baseball 19, Adrestia – Magic Battles, and Emoji Mine

Article Contents Welcome to the latest entry in our Bonus Round series, wherein we tell you all about the new Android games of the day that we couldn’t get to during our regular news rounds. Consider this a quick update for the dedicated gamers who can’t wait for our weekly roundups, and don’t want to […]

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NyxQuest: Kindred Spirits is a beautiful puzzle-platformer, and it’s finally available on Android

NyxQuest started out as an indie WiiWare release in 2009. At the time it was heralded as “pure platforming bliss,” so of course the title was ported over to PC and then eventually iOS. Android for one reason or another never received a port, until today. Over the Top Games has finally released its beautiful […]

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Watch Google’s GDC 2019 keynote livestream here

If you fancy yourself a betting man, you’re probably taking the odds on Google’s chances of announcing a new game-streaming service today. After hearing whispers about it for weeks, it’s sure looking likely that we’re about to get all the details as part of Google’s GDC 2019 keynote address. That presentation is just about to […]

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Netmarble will globally launch The King of Fighters Allstar later this year

NETMARBLE CONFIRMS THE KING OF FIGHTERS ALLSTAR WILL BE AVAILABLE WORLDWIDE IN 2019 Action RPG Game to Feature Every Character fromTHE KING OF FIGHTERS Franchise LOS ANGELES, California (March 19, 2019) – Netmarble US, Inc. today announced that THE KING OF FIGHTERS ALLSTAR will be available in North America, Latin America and Europe in 2019. […]

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Call of Duty: Mobile is available for pre-registration on the Play Store

Activision and Tencent have teamed up to bring Call of Duty: Mobile to the West as a free-to-play release. The shooter was recently announced during a Unity keynote at the 2019 Game Developers Conference. This upcoming release is expected to bring together fan-favorite maps, modes, weapons, and characters from across the Call of Duty franchise, […]

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Google now lets you assign times to Tasks, schedule them to repeat

Google’s Tasks to-do list service may be simple to the point of uselessness for many, and its old standalone web UI could die at any time, but it’s still under active development. Proof for that comes today, as Google is rolling out a much-needed change to Tasks, giving us the option to add specific times […]

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Truck-eating bridge claims a new victim

On March 13, the driver of a Ryder truck missed multiple warnings signs and ran into infamous “can-opener” bridge in Durham, NC. People have been offering solutions for this problematic bridge for years, but there doesn’t seem to one that will take care of the problem. What about some kind of system that senses the […]

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Google mimics iOS navigation gestures with hidden features in Android Q Pixel launcher

Android Ice Cream Sandwich was the first version of the operating system to introduce virtual navigation keys to phones, allowing manufacturers to dismiss physical ones. Although some decided to wait much longer to implement these, — I’m looking at you, Samsung — almost all Android devices nowadays have finally abandoned traditional buttons in favor of on-screen […]

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ZeroLemon introduces Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ models of its industry-leading battery cases [Sponsored Post]

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Cartoonist Kayfabe: Wizard Magazine 16, December 1992

Ed and Jim’s investigation into the 1990’s comic book speculation boom and bust continues! In this issue: *The second wave of Image Comics creators is officially upon us with the release of Darker Image issue 1. *Cartoonist Lea Hernandez drops some knowledge about the trials and tribulations of the comic book business. *Palmer’s Picks: Hepcats, […]

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22 best new Android games released this week including Stardew Valley, Returner Zhero – Final Cut, and Where’s Om Nom?

Article Contents Welcome to the roundup of the best new Android games that went live in the Play Store or were spotted by us in the previous week or so. Today I have the long-awaited farming sim release Stardew Valley, the sequel to the gorgeous puzzle adventure game Returner 77, and a virtual reality release […]

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