Monthly Archives: January 2012

Apple releases updated Final Cut Pro X, brings multicam support, broadcast monitoring love

CUPERTINO, California-January 31, 2012-Apple(R) today released Final Cut Pro(R) X v10.0.3, a significant update to its revolutionary professional video editing application, which introduces multicam editing that automatically syncs up to 64 angles of video and photos; advanced chroma keying for … Continue reading

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What Google’s new privacy policy means to Android phone owners

Under Google’s new privacy policy, which the company says will take effect on March 1, all of your personal data across Google’s services, including Gmail, Picasa and YouTube, will be merged into a single database, which the company says will … Continue reading

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Fire deaths in Jeep Grand Cherokees continue to mount, safety group reaches out to Chrysler

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has released its annual report of traffic fatalities from 2010, and it listed an additional 13 rear-end collisions with 1993-2004 Grand Cherokees that killed another 14 people, according to the Center for Auto … Continue reading

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A teenage girl who has eaten almost nothing else apart from chicken nuggets for 15 years

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Nintendo releases quarterly earnings report: 61 percent drop in profit, grim forecast This was going to happen people are adapting to the mobile phone over the physical button dedicated console . I prefer the dedicated console .yes I like to have games on my iPhone but I still prefer my psp … Continue reading

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Vizo tells owners their tvs are unreapairable

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liam neeson converts to islam

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