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John McAfee’s Android-centric product has been cracked

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Sony Opens Pre-Orders For Its New Flagship 4K Android TV Lineup With Chromecast Built In

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Sony commands a very respectable position in entertainment appliances, be it music systems, television sets or even the Playstation consoles. When it comes to televisions, Sony has always pushed boundaries, their Bravia image processors were very famous and were even used in their flagship phone lineups.

Sony introduced their new image processor, the X1 ultimate at CES 2018 and it actually powers the ZF9 and the AF9 televisions in their high end “Master Series” lineup. The ZF9 and AF9 have been up for pre-order recently.

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25 Cool New Features in Android 9.0 Pie

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Google I/O 2018 was such a successful event that I am able to say without hesitating that every I/O event is better than the previous one.

This year, Google made a lot of announcements that made it fans happy one of which is the official release of Android 9.0 Pie. It is yet to roll out to phones worldwide but the Google Pixel phones run it already.

Whether or not you have updated your Android version yet, there are tons of new features you will see when you run Android 9 and here are the coolest 25 of them.

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OpenShot Video Editor Released 2.4.3 – Here’s What’s New

OpenShot is a cross platform video editor available in Linux, Windows and Mac. This beginner’s friendly to advanced users’ video editor comes with huge set to of tools to create your videos, edit videos, cut, add sliding transitions and many more. The free and open source video editor OpenShot lands with latest release with improvements. Read more

Ubuntu Studio 18.10 Wallpaper Contest Winners

We would like to thank everyone who participated in our wallpaper contest for Ubuntu Studio 18.10! With 487 votes, the top 5 submissions were chosen. The winners can be found at this link. Additionally, we’d like to announce the new default wallpaper for 18.10, designed by Ubuntu Studio developer Eylul Dogruel, and is pictured to the right. Read more

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