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Photoshop for iPad

Nearly a year after it was first announced, Photoshop for the iPad is finally here! The popular professional photo-editing software is free to download and use for 30 days, after that it will cost $9.99 per month via in-app purchase for use of just the app, or included as part of an Adobe Creative Cloud subscription. The app has been redesigned for the iPad and includes many of desktop Photoshop’s core tools, particularly around compositing, retouching, and masking. For now, Photoshop on iPad is capable of exporting to PNG, JPEG, PSD, and TIFF, though Adobe assures that more features and tools will be added to the app with each new release. The app also has full support for Apple Pencil, and lets you work on full PSD files, layers and all. Like most Adobe mobile apps, all of your files will be accessible on the iPad through Creative Cloud. This means both PSDs and assets you need to create them will be within reach at all times.



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AMAZON FIRE TV STICK

Amazon is taking on Chromecast with their new $39 Fire TV Stick! The tiny device connects to your TV via HDMI and lets you stream video from many services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime of course. Simply plug it in, connect it to Wi-Fi, and go. Fire TV Stick is fast and fluid, thanks to a dual-core processor, and features 8 GB of storage. If you´re a Amazon Prime Member, the Amazon Fire TV stick can be bought now for only $19...
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LOOFTLIGHTER ELECTRIC CHARCOAL LIGHTING TOOL | Image

LOOFTLIGHTER ELECTRIC CHARCOAL LIGHTING TOOL

There is nothing quite like the taste of food grilled over charcoal. However, firing up a charcoal grill can be a challenge and time consuming. Enter the Looftlighter, an electric tool that lights a fire within 60 seconds! This handy tool "fires" a hot airstream speeding up the heating process of your coals. You will also eliminate the chemical taste that comes from using lighter fluid and briquettes. No more waiting for 20 minutes at peak hunger time, before you kn...
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Hasselblad X1D II 50C

Renown Swedish camera maker Hasselblad has released a new consumer offering and it is a game changer. The new X1D II 50C is a follow-up to the company´s first mirrorless camera, the X1D from 2016, but with a significant lower price tag ($5,750 for the body, a significant lower price from the $8,995 the first model commanded at launch). The new model has the same 50-megapixel medium-format sensor and design with some minor interface changes, however, Hasselblad has ...
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