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How To Get The Free Adobe Photoshop Camera Preview (Limited Availability)

Adobe has announced Photoshop Camera for Android and iOS, available as a preview with planned availability in 2020. It utilises the power of the Adobe Sensei artificial intelligence platform to produce surreal, magical images, with the option for filters, lenses and composite effects. https://youtu.be/zRfG7cWqCG8 By putting the power of photoshop

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Adobe Aero Puts Mobile AR Creation In Your Hands – All For Free

Previously blanketed under the (semi-)secrecy of Project Aero, Adobe Aero has been announced as a free mobile app for iOS and iPadOS platforms. Built to allow designers to build, animate and share AR experiences without any need for prior coding knowledge. With a private beta launched at Adobe Max 2018,

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Evidence For AirPods 3 Stacking Up: Noise Cancellation, In-Ear Design, IP Rating

Glyphs discovered in the iOS 13.2 beta ignited rumours about a follow-up to Apple's super-successful AirPods, and are widely expected to sport noise cancellation and (certified) water resistance. The glyph discovered by 9to5Mac in the iOS 13.2 code. Current generations of AirPods are almost cosmetically identical, with minor changes to

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iPhone 11 Pro Max In-depth Review: A Real “Pro” Smartphone, At Last

Huawei's P30 Pro. Oppo's R17 Pro. Samsung's A9 Pro. Few batted their eyelids when the Android field brazenly labelled their devices Pro, but God forbid Apple's top-of-the-line smartphones bear that coveted postfix. The iPhone 11 Pro Max has arrived. Some say they're a boring update, others say Apple has finally caught up with the pack. Nonetheless,

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Spate of Android, iOS Vulnerabilities Remind Us No Smartphone is Safe From Attack

Media outlets love to sensationalise the latest news, but the recent spate of security-related revelations has been a dead-serious wake-up call. These vulnerabilities affect both Android and iOS devices 1. Black Hat Participants Hack Apple's Face ID With Tape And Spectacles At the annual Black Hat security conference held in

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