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These shape shifting bots could help NASA explore planets By IDG.TV The robots are made from a number of rods and cables allowing them to easily adapt to moving through challenging terrains and making it much easier for them to be dropped onto the surface of planets than current rovers. ...Read More »
Hands-on with Apple's new video-editing app, Clips By IDG.TV How does Clips compare to Snapchat when it comes to making fun videos? We put Apple's new app to the test. ...Read More »
XYZ da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix 3D printer timelapse By IDG.TV As the da Vinci Jr. 2.0 Mix prints, watch the filament reels feed one color or the other to the extruder head. ...Read More »
Interview Morag Lucey, CMO, Avaya By IDG.TV Morag Lucey, CMO at Avaya, discusses how predictive technology and data can increase sales opportunities, create better customer experiences and help modernize customer support. ...Read More »
Privacy and the common man (or the FBI director) By IDG.TV CSO's Joan Goodchild and Steve Ragan discuss some of the latest security news, including how the FBI director inadvertently (or on purpose?) revealed his Twitter ID and what the new regulations regarding ISPs being able to sell your private data without your consent really entails. ...Read More »
Lightworks from Editshare By David Hague Over the last few years, we have been literally bombarded with video editing packages (NLEs) from all sides. The stalwarts that have been around seemingly for ever such as Adobe's Premiere Pro, Grass Valley EDIUS, AVID products, Final Cut from Apple and Vegas Pro are in that mix and classified as "pro" products, while offerings from Corel, Pinnacle, MAGIX and others have been more aimed at the consumer market. Among all of these, a program that has somewhat been bypassed is Lightworks - now up to version 14 and in its 25th year! ...Read More »
Did Samsung just release the iPhone 8? By IDG.TV Infinity display? Facial recognition? Augmented reality? Samsung's new Galaxy S8 is basically all those iPhone 8 rumors come true. ...Read More »
ASSIMILATE Announces New SCRATCH VR Suite 8.6 ASSIMILATE achieves another virtual reality (VR) breakthrough with its SCRATCH VR Suite 8.6, the new version of its real-time post-production tools and workflow for VR/360 content. With added GPU stitching of 360-video and ambisonic-audio support, as well as live streaming, and more. The SCRATCH VR Suite 8.6 now enables VR content creators - DPs, DITS, post-production artists - with the only professional, streamlined, end-to-end workflow for VR/360 content on the market. ...Read More »
Tech Timeline: the iPad first goes on sale By IDG.TV In April 2010, Apple introduced the first-generation iPad, which came with automatic orientation, web browsing, and access to email. ...Read More »
ESPN to film documentary on Vincent basketball team By Clip Syndicate ESPN to film documentary on Vincent basketball team ...Read More »
iClone Character Creation By David Hague As we have mentioned previously, iClone6 has a companion application called the iClone Character Creator. As the name suggests, this program allows you to create lifeline animated characters for inclusion in your iClone movies, or indeed your own by using green screen techniques. Unlike 3D programs such as Cinema 4D or Lightwave, iClone Character Creator comes with basic models you can start with, tweak all facets of the physical attributes, add clothing to and animate so the process is quite painless without having to learn the art of modelling, texturing, inverse kinematics and other complex things other programs need. ...Read More »
Quartz is ZTE's first Android smartwatch By IDG.TV ZTE's first Android smartwatch comes with 3G connectivity and Google Assistant, but doesn't support Android Pay. ...Read More »
Fitbit Alta HR: Looks aren't everything By IDG.TV With the market of fitness wearables growing fast, CIO.com contributor Jim Martin looks at the Fitbit Alta HR to see where this device fits. ...Read More »
Fitbit Alta HR: Looks aren't everything By IDG.TV With the market of fitness wearables growing fast, CIO.com contributor Jim Martin looks at the Fitbit Alta HR to see where this device fits. ...Read More »
Bluetooth headphones for business By IDG.TV The Sennheiser MB 660 UC and Plantronics BackBeat Pro 2 headphones let you listen to music, check out videos and listen to conference calls without disturbing co-workers or other travelers. ...Read More »
The iPhone Show: What's new in iOS 10.3? By IDG.TV The new iOS 10.3 introduces an easy way to keep track of your AirPods, the option to choose between different app icons, and a switch to the more efficient Apple File System. ...Read More »
The pros and cons of the Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 By IDG.TV CIO.com senior writer Sarah White evaluates the features and design of Dell's newest hybrid offering, the XPS 13 2-in-1. ...Read More »
Mobile connectivity issues plague many enterprises By IDG.TV A new survey indicates that mobile network connectivity problems top the list of complaints for mobile-related trouble tickets at enterprises. Network World's Keith Shaw chats via Skype with NetMotion Software CEO Christopher Kenessey about the survey and what this means for future mobile app rollouts. ...Read More »
Hands-on: Samsung DeX for Galaxy S8 By IDG.TV The docking station will connect to a big screen using HDMI and let you use your Android apps in a full desktop environment. ...Read More »
Steam Shovel: The best PC games you may have missed in March By IDG.TV Play with snakes, space trains, a Stranger Things homage, and silly peasants. ...Read More »
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