Moment might add some basic editing features like trimming, but it intends to keep Rtro as quick to use as possible, Barros said. The team is even considering limiting how many filters that app includes so that users don’t get overloaded. “It just gets too serious when you start editing,” Barros said. The goal is to make something you won’t overthink. “It’s just to have fun, get into video a little bit, and keep it simple.” … [Read more...] about Moment made a retro video app for iPhones
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These pictures are not touched up or edited in any way unless stated. But note that they have been processed by CNET's content image tool -- you won't see every pixel, but you'll hopefully see enough to give you an early idea of the S20 Ultra's camera performance. I'm also testing the video camera in regular and 8K modes, but those files are huge and harder to share here. There will be plenty of footage in the final review, though. Keep checking back for new shots! … [Read more...] about Galaxy S20 Ultra camera: Testing Samsung’s 108-megapixel and 100x zoom photos
Kill the bloatwareOne of the most obnoxious things about getting a new Windows machine is that it's never really new. Even if your hands are the first to pull it out of its shiny box, both Microsoft and the manufacturer have already invariably stuffed your machine with barely-functional, unwanted, or trial-version software that will sit unused in your computer, taking up valuable memory space until it eventually becomes outdated and presents a quiet set of vulnerabilities. Let's kill those programs: … [Read more...] about 6 steps to secure your Windows 10 machine, because security defaults aren’t enough
Zoo officials at the Smithsonian's National Zoological Park in Washington, D.C., reported that many of their animals sought shelter or made distress calls in the minutes before a 5.8-magnitude quake struck the region on the afternoon of Aug. 23, 2010. Nocturnal snakes like copperheads came out of hiding, apes moved into the treetops and flamingos huddled tightly moments before the temblor was felt by zookeepers. … [Read more...] about Can Oarfish Predict Earthquakes?
Fish are slightly more dense than the water in which they swim. They are almost neutrally buoyant, meaning the forces acting against the fish to make it sink are about equal to the forces inside the fish causing it to float. It also means fish don't have to work too hard to keep from floating or sinking. … [Read more...] about Why Do Dead Fish Float?