Apple makes Final Cut Pro X work better for remote and collaborative video editing

Apple makes Final Cut Pro X work better for remote and collaborative video editing

Apple has announced a new major update to Final Cut Pro X that adds several new improvements to proxy workflows, making the software far more suited to remote and collaborative editing for videos. The 10.4.

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Bloomberg: Nintendo is working on a 4K-capable Switch for 2021

Bloomberg: Nintendo is working on a 4K-capable Switch for 2021

Sony and Microsoft have shown off the 4K-ready consoles they’ll deliver later this year with the Playstation 5 and Xbox Series X, but what is Nintendo working on? According to sources cited in a report by Bloomberg, while its convertible console tops the sales charts along with hit games like Anim

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Blizzard is finally making a World of Warcraft animated series called Afterlives

Blizzard is finally making a World of Warcraft animated series called Afterlives

Blizzard is releasing an original animated series based on World of Warcraft, the developer announced today. Afterlives will premiere this Thursday during Gamescom 2020’s online celebrations.

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Please remain calm while the robot swabs your nose

Please remain calm while the robot swabs your nose

If you’ve been tested for COVID-19 then you’ve probably experienced the unpleasantness of a nasal swab. Someone takes a long-handled cotton swab and sticks it up your nose — way up your nose — until it reaches the back of the mucus-cave that is your nasal cavity.

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A tiny space rock holds clues about the evolution of life

A tiny space rock holds clues about the evolution of life

Back in 2012, a team of Japanese and Belgian researchers in Antarctica found a golf ball-sized space rock resting in the snow. Now, NASA astronauts have had a chance to study a piece of that meteorite, Asuka 12236, and they say it may hold new clues about the development of life. 

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