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Photoshop for iPad: 5 Things You Need to Know

The iPad and Adobe Photoshop have long seemed to be a perfect couple, if only they would work things out. And after years of competitors trying to build their own Photoshop alternatives for the iPad w...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/laptopmag/~3/ojDnkiBSEpo/photoshop-cc-for-ipad-coming-in-2019 to see original story and photos ...

Muzei 3.0 includes a redesign and brand new plugin API

Muzei is one of the best wallpaper apps you can find in the Play Store and it has been around for a long time. Things have changed a lot since it was released in the Android KitKat days, but the developer has consistently updated the app. It was time for a big change and that is exactly what has come with Muzei 3.0. If you’re unfamiliar with Muzei, it’s a wallpaper app that can rotate through ...

ASUS Zenfone 4 Max gets ZenUI 5.0 update with Android 8.1 Oreo

ASUS has been rolling out ZenUI 5.0 to a number of smartphones in the past few weeks, and it’s time for the ASUS Zenfone 4 Max to get it as well. When the Zenfone 4 Max launched at the end of last year, it came out with Android 7.0 Nougat, getting updated to ZenUI 4.0 shortly after. At the time, Android Oreo had just launched with many other devices coming out with it already installed ...

Enterprise IoT security sucks so much, it’s made Intel and Arm work together to tackle it

Intel on Monday joined hands with Arm, its occasional rival, in an attempt to make the notoriously dismal state of Internet-of-Things security less so. The two chip designers aren't concerned with consumer IoT devices, which can be expected to remain a hot mess; rather they hope to provide corporate customers with a way to efficiently and securely adds sensors and the like to their networks. The device provisioning process turns out to be rather involved, ...

GCHQ asks tech firms to pretty please make IoT devices secure

GCHQ has managed to convince HP Inc and Centrica Hive to take its side in a relatively rare public intervention on the state of consumer IoT security. A voluntary code of practice, to which the two companies have signed up, urges them to implement published standards and recommendations on how to bake security into IoT devices. GCHQ’s Code of Practice for Consumer IoT Security (accessible here) contains broad-brush recommendations such as “implement a vulnerability disclosure ...

How to build LineageOS 16.0 on a Windows 10 PC

The Windows Subsystem for Linux is currently available in Windows 10 version 1607 and later and it provides a Linux-compatible kernel interface that is developed by Microsoft (but doesn’t contain any Linux kernel code). Earlier this year we highlighted a guide that showed you how to use this on Windows 10 to build LineageOS 15.1 (instead of needing a Linux environment prepped up). XDA Senior Member Uldiniad recently announced that it was now possible to build version 16 of LineageOS ...

Project Stream Let Me Play Assassin?s Creed on My 8-Year-Old Laptop

This gaming initiative from Google allows, in theory, any computer — no matter how old or underpowered — to run top-of-the-line, big-budget games, provided they have a strong enough Internet connectio...http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/laptopmag/~3/BIskhLNjGq0/project-stream-assassins-creed-hands-on to see original story and photos ...

ZTE Quartz gets TWRP, factory images, and kernel source availability

The ZTE Quartz is the first smartwatch running Android Wear 2.0 (now WearOS) by Chinese company ZTE. The device was released in mid-2017 at a price less than $200. Custom development on smartwatches isn’t nearly as popular as it is for smartphones, but that doesn’t mean it still doesn’t happen. Thanks to the efforts of XDA Recognized Developer and Contributor deadman96385, the ZTE Quartz is also now a part of the OpenWatchProject. Users of this smartwatch ...

Real-time Google Translate coming to all Google Assistant headphones

The wireless Google Pixel Buds might not have provided the best portability or audio quality, but they were still quite impressive earbuds. One of the most exciting features of the Google Assistant-enabled Pixel Buds is its ability to translate in real-time using Google Translate. This makes talking to a foreign coworker, friend, family member, or any stranger while traveling, much easier. To the dismay of many, the feature is only available for the Pixel Buds ...
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