Capture One ends its brand-specific versions for Fujifilm, Nikon and Sony cameras

Capture One has announced that it has stopped offering branded software versions. Starting today, Capture One (for Sony), Capture One for Fujifilm and Capture One for Nikon are no longer available for purchase. via Technology and News Today https://www.dpreview.com/news/4361469041/capture-one-ends-its-brand-specific-versions-for-fujifilm-nikon-and-sony-cameras

Google honors Betty White with a tribute on her 100th birthday

Were she still alive, Betty White would be celebrating her 100th birthday today. In honor of that occasion, Google is celebrating the actor’s life. Type White’s full name into the company’s search engine and you’ll be treated to a special graphic. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/google-betty-white-tribute-192709933.html

Next James Bond: Tom Hardy and Henry Cavill’s days numbered as Irish actor steps in

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AT&T, Dish, and T-Mobile spend billions on more 5G spectrum

AT&T, Dish, and T-Mobile dropped billions of dollars in a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) auction to acquire more 5G spectrum licenses in the midrange 3.45GHz to 3.55GHz band, according to a report by the Wall Street Journal (WSJ). via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/15/22885320/att-dish-tmobile-5g-spectrum-billions-auction

California judge says Google’s non-disclosure agreements violate state law

Google may have to rethink its non-disclosure agreements following a long-running lawsuit from an anonymous worker. According to The Washington Post, a California Superior Court judge has ruled that Google’s employee confidentiality agreements violate state labor laws. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/california-google-non-disclosure-lawsuit-ruling-160308642.html

Tesla reportedly delays Cybertruck production to 2023

Tesla has once again quietly pushed back its Cybertruck’s release to next year, according to Reuters. The automaker will reportedly begin the electric truck’s production by the end of the first quarter of 2023 instead of this year. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/tesla-cybertruck-production-production-2023-152051543.html

The Roomba j7+ poop-detecting robot vacuum is $250 off right now

If you made the resolution to tidy up more regularly in 2022, a robot vacuum can help with that. And for those that hate cleaning, investing in a robot vacuum with self-emptying functionality can make it so you rarely have to interact with the machine. via Technology and News Today https://www.engadget.com/the-roomba-j7-poop-detecting-robot-vacuum-is-250-off-right-now-150019435.html

Shocking Disney animation secret leaves the internet reeling

Before the time of modern animations and CGI, Disney was known for its stunning hand-drawn animations. Dinsey’s animations spanned over six decades, releasing all your favourite Disney films from Fantasia to Peter Pan. But last year we were introduced to theses classic in a surprising new light. via Technology and News Today https://www.creativebloq.com/news/disney-animation-hack

White House: COVIDTests.gov will distribute free rapid tests starting January 19th

The White House has announced that people will be able to order free COVID-19 tests from COVIDTests.gov starting on Wednesday, January 19th. This follows a promise that the government would be setting up a website to distribute 500 million tests, which President Joe Biden announced in December. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/14/22884217/free-covid-19-test-biden-500-million-january-19-usps

2021 was hot as hell, NASA confirms

The last eight years have been the eight hottest years on record, NASA and the National Oceanic Administration (NOAA) confirmed today. 2021 ranks as the sixth hottest year on record, the agencies said, as global average temperatures trend upward. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/13/22880825/2021-extreme-heat-records-global-temperatures-nasa-noaa-climate-change

Introduction to White Balance

White Balance is an aspect of photography that many digital camera owners don’t understand or use – but it’s something well worth learning about as it can have a real impact upon the shots you take. So for those of you who have been avoiding White Balance – let me introduce you to it. via Technology and News Today https://digital-photography-school.com/introduction-to-white-balance/

Windows 11 is finally getting a new volume indicator

It has taken nearly 10 years, but Windows is finally getting a new modern volume indicator. Originally introduced in Windows 8 in 2012, the black bar that pops up when you adjust the system volume using a keyboard or other device is finally going away. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/2022/1/12/22880373/microsoft-windows-11-new-volume-indicator

Netflix’s The House is an unsettling anthology wrapped in cozy stop-motion

The House, one of Netflix’s first new releases of the year, is a straightforward concept. It’s a film split into three chapters, each helmed by a different director, all of which explore a different story related to the same sprawling home. via Technology and News Today https://www.theverge.com/22878767/the-house-review-netflix