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All about IGTV: Instagram’s YouTube rival in portrait mode

Pictures say more than a thousand words and videos say more than 100,000 pictures. Just in time to reach one billion users, Kevin Systrom, CEO and co-founder of Instagram, has announced the launch of IGTV, a new video platform aimed straight at the Mobile First Generation. You can watch Kevin Systrom present …

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Westworld: The HBO hit lands on Play and App Stores

The look of Westworld reminds me of classic comic-style games like Sam Max or Leisure Suite Larry. If you were hoping for a graphical extravaganza, I’m afraid you’ll have to look elsewhere. Westworld for Android Westworld for iOS Westworld is a free-to-play game with in-app purchases between 99 cents and …

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Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus vs LG G7 ThinQ: Korean flagships clash

Design: S9 Plus for the curves, G7 for the color Nicholas: I must admit to having ambivalent feelings about the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus in terms of design. Black, rounded, Bixby button under the volume rocker:it’s a Samsung, yes—but what a Samsung! The smartphone juggernaut has been conservative with the …

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Thanks blockchain! Musicoin frees artists from music industry

One thing is clear: the conditions for musicians are not really great when their music is played on streaming services. Every stream played brings in a fraction of a cent, and labels, owners, managers, and platform operators are also squeezing money from them. Musicoin’s promise seems like a revolution: each stream …

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Google Podcasts has arrived and…it’s pretty ok

The new standalone Google Podcasts app for Android (no iOS plans yet) isn’t all that different from the podcast player that had been built into the Google app for some time now. It’s basically the same service in a more easily accessible package. About two million indexed podcasts are ready to listen …

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IGTV: long-form Instagram videos coming very, very soon

According to a report from TechCrunch the long-rumored Instagram video hub will be called IGTV, and be featured as part of the app’s Explore tab, where users can watch videos that could be up to 60 minutes long, although it looks like content closer to the 10-minute mark will be preferred. …

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How to shoot video in super slow motion

Every manufacturer does things its own way so it’s hard to generalize about this technology. What is important to remember is that it can sometimes be difficult to start recording your slow motion video at the right time, especially since you’re recording only a couple of seconds, which thanks to the slow motion, …

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