Thermal Color Changing MFi-certified Lightning Cables, just $12.99

Thermal Color Changing MFi-certified Lightning Cables,  just $12.99

Lightning cables are just cables, a commodity that really doesn’t have much excitement around it. Most cables are either white or black, and just plain boring. Well, we’re going to shake that up a bit with these fun Thermal Color Changing MFi-Certified Lightning Cables ($12.99). What does that mean? Put ‘em in a situation with a bit of heat, perhaps sitting in sunlight or under a lamp, and they change color.

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Apple patent involves artistic style application in iMovie, Final Cut Pro X, Clips

Apple patent involves artistic style application in iMovie, Final Cut Pro X, Clips

Apple has been granted a patent (number 10,147,459) for “artistic style transfer for videos. It involves methods to easily apply different styles to videos crafted in its iMovie (macOS and iOS), Final Cut Pro X (macOS), and Clips (iOS) apps.

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Review: Roland R-07 High Resolution Audio Recorder

Review: Roland R-07 High Resolution Audio Recorder

Now, you’re probably wondering why we’d be reviewing an audio recorder when most of our readers probably have iPhones or iPads that work perfectly well as recorders. They do, but they have some shortcomings. For example, if you’re doing an interview in a crowded situation do you really want to be waving your $1,200 iPhone XR Max around in somebody’s face? And what if you’re recording music and want to record the input from a mixer? Today we’re looking at the Roland R-07 High Resolution Audio Recorder (US$199.99), a small, rugged and connected digital audio recorder, the perfect unit for the person who wants to go beyond making music or voice recordings on a smartphone.

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Photolemur photo editor available Thursday in Klingon, reveals Apple leadership to be aliens

Photolemur photo editor available Thursday in Klingon, reveals Apple leadership to be aliens

Our friends at Skylum Software have announced that they worked with André Müller of the Klingon Language Institute and have translated the AI-powered Photolemur photo editor into the Klingon language. This, of course, is exciting news for our Klingon crew members, who up until this time had no easy way to do photo editing.

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