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PhotoShop Gives A Sneak Peek Of New Feature “Motion Blur Killer”

Tired of taking shots with your point and shoot camera on a perfect scene where everything is good for a photo, except when you taken the slot and look at your picture preview the photo is all blurry? Tired of shots where your subject was completely still but came out like a 1940’s Bigfoot photo?

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Former Apple CEO/Co-Founder of Apple: Steve Jobs is Pronounced Dead

On 7:50 P.M.Co-Founder Steve Jobs of Apple is now deceased. After a long battle of cancer the company released a statement upon his death, “We are deeply saddened to announce that Steve Jobs passed away today, Steve’s brilliance, passion and energy were the source of countless innovations that enrich and improve all of our lives.The [...]

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Firefox 5 Rumors: Chrome-y, Social Sharing, and Web Apps

Even though Firefox 4 was released not to long ago, there is already talk about Mozilla next browser, Firefox 5.The rumors say that the new browser will be more like Google Chrome, and will feature social sharing abilities, and web apps.

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Internet Explorer 9 Released

Microsoft released Internet Explorer 9 today at SXSW, a convention. This is a stable release not beta versions like their previous versions of Internet Explorer 9. What is new? Microsoft claims that its way faster than its competitors, it is much much safer boasting a ton of new security features, and that its an overall [...]

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Apples New Subscription Policy Is Getting Looked Into By The Government

Apple recently implemented a new subscription policy which states that any company offering subscription services to offer the same service, at the same price (or less) through Apple, with Apple skimming 30 percent off the top. This new policy isn’t sitting well with too many companies, like Rhapsody who said they would not comply with [...]

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