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It is been over a year since Adobe launched Photoshop Fix on iOS to make it easier for folks to touch up their portrait photos. The free app finally made it to Android. These great Adobe mobile Android apps now include Photoshop Sketch, Photoshop Fix and the Adobe Comp. They already released things like Lightroom and the less useful Adobe Photoshop Express for Android. The release brings greater parity between Android and their iOS offerings. adobe photoshop fix app Photoshop Sketch: With Photoshop Sketch, you can draw using a great selection...

Microsoft wants you to be extra secure so it plans to lock your PC anytime you walk away from it. A couple of new reports published reveal that Microsoft is working on a new safety feature for the Windows 10 called Dynamic Lock — which is apparently known as ‘Windows Goodbye’ internally. The idea with the feature appears to be very simple. This Windows 10 Dynamic Lock feature is going to automatically lock and secure your PC when you step away from it. This really saves you the hassle of doing it on your own and also prevents against...

Whether it is just a home PC, or something a little more intricate and complex, building your own computer system is an experience which can be both exhilarating and exhausting. If you want to get it right, then there are many different aspects you need to try and consider all in one go. Even forgetting just one part might mean that the whole project is doomed to failure, so it is important to bear this in mind from the outset. However, as long as you are a keen technophile, and you are able to keep a number of things in your head at once,...

HP rolled out a refresh version of the company’s popular two-in-one HP Spectre x360 convertible laptop at Consumer Electronics Show CES 2017 today –world biggest electronics event. HP Spectre x360 Features The laptop features a 15.6 inch display is indeed of the 4K variety with a resolution of 3,840 × 2,160 and more than 8 million pixels. The Spectre has a micro-edge display that has become a standard feature, with a UWVA eDP BrightView WLED-backlit narrow border touch screen. It weighs 4.4 pounds and is 17.89 millimeter thick, while...

Qualcomm unveiled the new Snapdragon X50 5G modem. The company says that it’s the first to unveil a commercial modem designed for next-gen phone manufacturers, and help network operators with their 5G testing. This Snapdragon X50 supports 5G operations in the 28GHz band. Qualcomm said that the Snapdragon X50 can achieve speeds almost 400 times faster than the current average 4G download speed of the 13.5Mbps as it uses very wide bandwidths available in the next-generation 28GHz millimetre wave band combined with advanced signal processing...

Biostar unveiled a new addition to their range in the form of a mini PC system called the Biostar Racing P1. It is literally a pocket-sized PC which can fit in your pockets, its small size and light weight make it ideal to bring anywhere. But it goes beyond just practicality and also portability as the RACING P1 brings with it the pedigree of the RACING series along with its signature VIVID LED DJ for unrivaled customization like its motherboard counterparts. Limited size but limitless creativity! The unit had a surface mimicking steel...

It has finally happened now: an SD card has now broken the 1 terabyte threshold. SanDisk has unveiled the biggest SD card in the world, it is a prototype card with an outrageous 1 terabyte of memory. The new 1TB capacity is just a prototype for now, meaning there is not pricing or availability date yet, but the company has launched a 512GB version for $800, so it is likely to be expensive whenever it does land. But you get more storage space than typically ships with the base configuration of the most home computers, so premium pricing...

Razer has announced a major update on Razer Blade Stealth that packs in more RAM, more options for storage and a bigger battery at PAX. Earlier this year, Razer took their first jump into the Ultrabook ring with the Razer Blade Stealth. Announced at 2016 CES, this was an incredibly thin and light notebook which featured a Core i7 U series processor, optional UHD display, and an aluminum chassis. The really interesting part was that Razer priced it at just a $999 starting price, which is not inexpensive, but for a Core i7 Ultrabook, it...

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