Microsoft Plan

Microsoft unveils plans to build a new modern headquarters

Microsoft is planned redevelopment its 500-acre campus in Redmond, Seattle. The software giant will start a multi-year project next fall to make 18 new buildings, alongside new public spaces, transportation investments, and sports fields. Microsoft currently has 125 buildings on its campus, and once the project is complete this will rise to 131 buildings. The […]

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HDMI 2.1

HDMI 2.1 can support 10K resolution and Dynamic HDR

Back in Jan, the HDMI Forum unveiled its new specifications for the HDMI connector, called HDMI 2.1. Now, that HDMI specification is available to all vendors who have already adopted HDMI 2.0. It’s backward compatible with all previous HDMI specifications. The focus of HDMI 2.1 is on higher video bandwidth; it supports 48 Gbps with […]

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Face ID

Hawaii shows its version of Face ID and says it can do better than Apple Face ID

Apple has introduced the iPhone X and its Face ID sensor a new way to the most secure login of the user with mobile devices. Nice side effect: the 3D sensor also allows animated emojis, that are called at Apple Animoji. Of course, the Kinect-like sensor of the Apple flagship also ensures that the competition […]

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Windows 10

Latest Microsoft’s Windows 10 experiment: Running every Windows 10 app in tabs

One of the foremost popular feature requests for Windows 10 is tabs in File Explorer (over 20,000 votes). Microsoft has resisted adding tabs to File Explorer and apps in general for years, after originally introducing tabs in internet explorer 6 with a toolbar extension back in 2005. That resistance is about to modification, in a […]

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Adobe Photoshop

Adobe Photoshop AI-powered new feature select people automatically in single click

Masking a human or another subject out of a scene could be a pretty common trick these days, but it’s is still arguably one of the toughest and lowest-tech parts of Photoshop. Adobe’s about to create that lots easier, due to an upcoming AI-powered feature called select Subject. using it’s pretty much idiot-proof: From the […]

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drag and drop

Google Updates drag-and-drop feature on Docs, Slides, and Sheets Apps with on iPad, iPhoneX

In a series of updates released this morning on the App Store, Google brought support for 2 extremely anticipated iOS 11 options – iPhone X compatibility and iPad drag and drop – to their Docs, Slides, and Sheets apps. In iPhone X, Google’s apps currently take complete advantage of the bigger display, extending to all […]

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remove commercials

Now Plex DVR can automatically remove commercials

Over the years, Plex has grown from a relatively simple home media server into an all-in-one entertainment powerhouse. Notable feature additions include streaming personalized news, the ability to operate entirely in the cloud rather than on your server, and a full-fledged DVR. currently, that DVR has gotten even more powerful, adding a new feature to […]

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AR App

Amazon’s latest toolkit helps you build AR, VR and 3D apps quickly

Amazon probably is not the 1st company you think that of once it comes to augmented or virtual reality (with some exceptions), but it’s determined to change your mind. the internet giant has unveiled a developer service, Sumerian, that promises to simplify making AR and VR apps — and general 3D apps, for that matter. […]

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smart writing

Moleskine’s Smart Writing Set will work with Microsoft Office

Last year (2016) Moleskine introduced his smart writing set, that allows users jot down their notes into a uniquely textured Moleskine notebook and transfer them to an Android and iOS app. currently the company is collaborating with Microsoft to bring the Moleskine Notes app directly to Windows 10, so you’ll see your notes in real-time […]

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