Category: software

Kodi fights trademark trolls trying to charge for its media app

Kodi fights trademark trolls trying to charge for its media app
Kodi doesn't just have to worry about add-ons and devices that give it a reputation as a piracy haven. The
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Facebook and Microsoft collaborate to simplify conversions from PyTorch to Caffe2

Facebook and Microsoft collaborate to simplify conversions from PyTorch to Caffe2
Facebook and Microsoft announced ONNX, the Open Neural Network Exchange this morning in respective blog posts. The Exchange makes it easier for
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Pixelmator Pro is an AI-powered Photoshop alternative for your Mac

Pixelmator Pro is an AI-powered Photoshop alternative for your Mac
Pro image editing tools like Adobe Photoshop are vital in the creative world, but let's face it: not everyone can
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Reddit turns off access to its main source code

Reddit turns off access to its main source code
Reddit has made its website source code available since 2008 in a bid to keep the community alive no matter
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Take your own Street View images with Ricoh’s latest camera

Take your own Street View images with Ricoh’s latest camera
Ricoh Theta's newest 360-degree single-shot camera model comes with a bunch of cool new features, including 4K video capture, spatial
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Western Digital’s wireless drives get a makeover

Western Digital's wireless drives get a makeover
Western Digital's wireless backup drives have had a makeover. The new My Cloud Home (opposed to the previous 'My Cloud')
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Smart code helps your phone browse the web twice as quickly

Smart code helps your phone browse the web twice as quickly
Many attempts at improving the speed of mobile web browsing involve some obvious sacrifices: Google's Accelerated Mobile Pages alter how
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Thanks to Google, Shutterstock can stop automated watermark removal

Thanks to Google, Shutterstock can stop automated watermark removal
Stock photos have watermarks to make sure that you don't use them without paying for them. Removing them used to
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Astro’s email app packs a virtual assistant you can talk to

Astro's email app packs a virtual assistant you can talk to
Virtual assistants have been quick to invade our phones and our homes — is it any surprise that they're creeping
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Remember software’s dearly departed with Product Graveyard

Remember software's dearly departed with Product Graveyard
Vine. Sunrise. Google Reader. Over the years, we've seen many pieces of software thrown on the virtual garbage pile. The
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PS4’s next update finally lets you squelch notifications during movies

PS4’s next update finally lets you squelch notifications during movies
We knew a few things PlayStation 4 owners would be getting with the system's next big software update thanks to
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