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Let Windows 10 Figure Out When to Automatically Update Your PC

There are a lot of new features—some big, some small, some minuscule—in Microsoft’s big May 2019 update for Windows 10. I already covered a few of my favorites (the “coolest ones,” as I put it), but I’ll be going through the rest of the update and highlighting other interesting tweaks that Lifehacker’s mighty readers…Read more...
Tags: Updates, Microsoft, Windows, Windows 10, Lifehacks, Operating System, Active Hours


May 2019 Update for Lightroom Classic, Lightroom, and Adobe Camera Raw

Today, Adobe has released an update for the Lightroom and Adobe Camera Raw family of applications. Before getting into the new features that have been added, it is important to note that Adobe has dropped the “CC” from the names of Lightroom Classic CC and Lightroom CC. This is because all versions of Lightroom are now only available via a Creative Cloud subscription, so there is no need to differentiate the CC version from the perpetual license version. One could make the case that having the “...
Tags: Updates, Photography, Featured, Adobe, Mac, New Features, Canon, Lightroom, Sdk, Lightroom Cc, Lightroom Mobile, Adobe Camera Raw, Lightroom Desktop, Lightroom Updates, Lightroom Classic, Canon EOS R


New Update Gives the Galaxy S10 a Real Night Mode

Almost every high-end phone has some kind of night mode nowadays: Google has Night Sight, LG has Night View, and Samsung has Bright Night. Unfortunately, Samsung’s version has some weird restrictions that only enables Bright Night in very low light conditions, instead of letting you turn it on whenever you want. It’s…Read more...
Tags: Google, Android, Updates, Science, Samsung, Smartphones, Lg, Samsung Galaxy, Consumer Tech, S10, Galaxy S10, Samsungs Bright Night Gets A Promotion


Novation’s Bass Station II just got an Aphex Twin mode, crazy features

The Aphex Twin-ification of synths continues – and who’s complaining? Novation’s Bass Station II gets some mind-warping mental sound features, including key-by-key madness from Richard James. Bass Station II is the powerful analog monosynth from Novation, with sub oscillator, extra acid filter, ring mod, loads of hands-on controls, an arp and keyboard, and all the extras. And like Novation’s full range, it’s also been getting double-stuffed after the fact with extras via firmware updates. In...
Tags: Updates, Music, UK, Hardware, Keyboards, Stories, Richard, Firmware, Awesomeness, Synths, Sound-design, Richard James, IDM, Monosynths, Hella, Novation


Samsung commits to improving the Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor

The Galaxy S10 has a new ultrasonic fingerprint sensor under the screen, and while it's better than other examples, people have experienced problems. Samsung has committed to making further accuracy improvements over time. The post Samsung commits to improving the Galaxy S10’s ultrasonic fingerprint sensor appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Updates, Mobile, News, Samsung, Trends, Ultrasonic, Fingerprint Sensor, Galaxy S10


Stepping out

Full Swing Public Relations is about me stopping evangelizing about women-owned businesses and becoming the woman who owns the damn business. Those were just a few of Caitlin Copple Masingill’s words as she announced her departure from Oliver Russell and the launch of Full Swing Public Relations. Read more about Caitlin’s new venture: Taking My Full Swing
Tags: Updates, Advertising, Caitlin, Agency News, Oliver Russell, Caitlin Copple Masingill, Full Swing Pr


Novation Circuit crams still more features: 1.8 update

There’s yet another firmware update for Novation’s Circuit, the inexpensive synth/drum groovebox. 1.8 adds new internal expression features like non-quantized recording, plus custom MIDI channels for use with external gear. Firmware updates are not normally worth making front-page news, but there’s something unique about the unstoppable force of the Circuit. It’s small. It’s cheap – still around US$350 new, and used for a lot less. It’s simple – the big surprise has been that what first appear...
Tags: Updates, Music, US, Tech, Gear, Circuit, MPC, Midi, Drum-machines, Music Tech, Novation, Groovebox, Novation Circuit, Drum-machines-have-no-soul, Sequencing, Circuit 1.8


Managers Need To Learn How To Humblebrag

In order to advance your career, you need to learn how to humblebrag Image Credit: Thomas Hawk As a manager, you are responsible for using your manager skills to manage a team of professionals. This means that you have to spend time with each member of your team in order to make sure that they have a good understanding of where they want their career to go and how they are going to achieve it. At the the same time, you need to have a good understanding of where you want your career to go. ...
Tags: Career, Updates, Careers, Teams, Bragging, Jerk, Self Promotion, Accomplishments, Thomas Hawk, Hard Work, Performance Review, Jim Anderson, Humblebragging, Brag Bag, Overdo


Update Google Chrome Right Now 

A security flaw in Google Chrome was under active attack last week; although Google’s most recent Chrome update (hopefully) automatically fixed the problem in your browser, it’s important that you double-check that you’re running the newest version (72.0.3626.121).Read more...
Tags: Chrome, Google Chrome, Google, Security, Updates, Hackers, Lifehacks


Windows 10 to eat even more disk space as ‘reserved storage’ for updates

The next major update of Windows 10 will change the way the operating system manages disk space by setting aside at least 7GB as reserved storage. This reserve storage will be used for installing updates and cannot be removed from the OS. The post Windows 10 to eat even more disk space as ‘reserved storage’ for updates appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Updates, News, Microsoft, Trends, Computing, Windows 10, Storage Space, Reserved Storage


Windows 10 to allow users to pause updates for up to seven days

Windows 10 updates have been a source of consternation for some time. But now there is some good news on the horizon for frustrated Windows 10 users, as updates will no longer happen automatically and can be paused for up to seven days. The post Windows 10 to allow users to pause updates for up to seven days appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Security, Updates, News, Microsoft, Trends, Computing, Windows 10, Pause Updates


Who is likely to update your Android phone more often? AOSMark aims to find out

Updates on Android phones haven't always been the most reliable -- and some manufacturers are worse than others. AOSMark is looking to name and shame the worst offenders and highlight the best companies. The post Who is likely to update your Android phone more often? AOSMark aims to find out appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Android, Updates, Mobile, News, Trends, Android 9.0 Pie


Explore sonic inspiration, via this artist’s approach to Novation’s Peak 1.2

Novation packed new sounds – and 43 new wavetables – into an update for their flagship Peak synthesizer. Sound designer Patricia Wolf writes to share how she approached making some of those new sounds. Peak, in case you missed it, has been one of the more compelling new synths in recent years. Novation designed a unique-sounding 8-voice polysynth, melding digital wavetable oscillators with analog processing, per-voice filtering and all-important distortion all over the place. As with other Nov...
Tags: Downloads, Updates, Music, Usa, Hardware, Free, Oregon, Tech, Gear, Portland, Stories, Tokyo, Portland Oregon, Seattle, Peak, Listening


How to Prepare Xbox and PlayStation Updates Before Christmas 

When Christmas Day hits, a bunch of people are going to open up brand-new Xbox or PlayStation consoles, plug them in, and wait for gigantic system updates to download and install. Depending on how many eager gamers sign on to Microsoft or Sony’s services to grab updates—or play brand-new games—this process might take…Read more...
Tags: Updates, Gaming, Microsoft, Playstation, Sony, How To, Xbox, Lifehacks


Hitting ‘Check for updates’ in Windows 10 opts you into beta releases

Users who are careful about keeping their system updated should watch out -- Microsoft revealed this week that clicking the Check for updates button in Windows can opt you in to testing beta code. The post Hitting ‘Check for updates’ in Windows 10 opts you into beta releases appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Updates, News, Microsoft, Windows, Trends, Computing, Windows 10, Beta Software


Roland’s little VT-4 vocal wonder box just got new reverbs

Roland’s VT-4 is more than a vocal processor. It’s best thought of as a multi-effects box that happens to be vocal friendly. And it’s getting deeper, with new reverb models, downloadable now. Roland tried this once before with an AIRA vocoder/vocal processor, the VT-1. But that model proved a bit shallow: limited presets and pitch control only through the vocal input meant that it works great in some situations, but doesn’t fit others. The VT-4 is really about retaining a simple interface, bu...
Tags: Downloads, Updates, Music, Japan, Tech, Gear, Stories, Effects, Processors, Music Tech, Roland, Vocal, Reverb, Aira, Multi-effects, Vocoder


Music is coming to Facebook in exciting new ways

Facebook want to use music to let you express yourself in a whole variety of new ways with their big new plans to introduce music into Stories and Profiles. Facebook have announced how they’re making music a bigger part of your lives on social media and represent yourself with your favourite songs. Facebook Stories have gotten a lot more personal with music sound-tracking your best moments, choose a tune that fits you and songs to your profile, as well as big expansions coming to Lip Sync Li...
Tags: Social, Updates, Facebook, Music, Featured, Story, News Feed, Stories, New Features, Stickers, Songs, Memories, Tracks, Profile, Lip Sync, Facebook Stories


Australia: 2019 BMW X1 & X2 – Updates and Prices Announced

BMW is strengthening its leading position in Australia in the SUV segment by launching some interesting updates for the 2019 X1 and X2 range, with full prices also to be announced. Some variants also come with cut down prices, while others are introduced with the same pricing tags as the previous generation. Aussie magazine PerformanceDrive has recently released the full prices for the YM2019 of both models and you can find them below, with deliveries expected to begin starting next January. 20...
Tags: Updates, Australia, Autos, Bmw, Prices, Bmw X2, X1, Bmw X1, Orbit Grey, BMW Group Australia, X2, Vikram Pawah, 2019 BMW X1, 2019 BMW X2


Free Cakewalk DAW for Windows gets big updates, more stretchy audio

Welcome to an alternate universe. You knew the world where acquisitions killed products. In this one, products get better, faster – and go from costing hundreds of dollars to being totally free. Let’s catch up with what’s new in Cakewalk for Windows. First, DAWs – music production software bundling lots of different features – do as much as they do because producing music is pretty demanding. Multitrack recording, editing, arrangement, working with patterns and sequences, working with audio, m...
Tags: Apple, Updates, Music, New York, Free, Windows, Time, Tech, Freebies, Software, Workflow, Editing, Windows 10, Upgrades, Sonar, Garageband


Spotify Premium streaming is at its best with 3 new features

Streaming your favourite tunes and discovering new ones on Spotify Premium has just got even better with 3 great new updates to enhance your listening experience. Spotify subscribers can treat themselves to the best streaming experience yet with Premium’s new updates. Three new features have been added to Spotify Premium meaning more bang for your buck and an even better music listening experience. The new updates rolled out today for Spotify Premium subscribers on both iOS and Android devices...
Tags: Ios, Android, Updates, Spotify, Music, New, Features, Search, Radio, Streaming, Stream, Artist, Digital Music News, Premium, Spotify Premium, Personalized


How To Reclaim Space On Your Windows 10 Hard Drive After the October Update

It feels like Microsoft is ramping up its major system updates for Windows, with one now coming every six months or so. But the problem, apart from Redmond eating your files, is that Windows updates always leave a lot of temporary files and other space-stealing junk on your PC. This can accumulate over time and eat up…Read more...
Tags: Updates, Microsoft, Windows, How To, Lifehacks, Hard Drives, Redmond, Windows 10 October 2018 Update


October 2018 Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC Release

It’s just about the one year anniversary of Lightroom’s rebranding to Lightroom Classic and Lightroom CC, and today Adobe is releasing the next version of Lightroom Classic (8.0) and Lightroom CC for Mac/Win (2.0), along with updates for Lightroom CC on iOS and Android. whew. Let’s dive in! Lightroom Classic 8.0 Lightroom Classic is still front and center in my workflow (though I do love Lightroom CC on mobile a lot), and I’m glad to see Adobe is maintaining their commitment to keeping it upd...
Tags: Apple, Updates, Photography, Featured, Adobe, ISO, New Features, Nikon, Hdr, Canon, Lightroom Cc, Dehaze, Adobe Camera Raw, Pano, Lightroom Updates, HEIC


Leica teases new S3 medium-format camera, Fotos app, and more

Leica has shared five announcements regarding a new lens mount made in partnership with Panasonic and Sigma, an upcoming medium-format camera, a new smartphone app, a new color option, and firmware updates for existing cameras. The post Leica teases new S3 medium-format camera, Fotos app, and more appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Updates, Mobile, Photography, News, Trends, App, Panasonic, Firmware, Leica, Fotos, S^3


2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Tech Upgrades, New Aggro Limited X Variant

Jeep updated several of its models for 2019, but appears to be downplaying some of the new features. Case in point is the new Grand Cherokee, which comes with new standard safety equipment, a handful of changes, and a “Limited X” variant offering some unique visuals. But the brand only made casual mention of it in […] The post 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee: Tech Upgrades, New Aggro Limited X Variant appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Updates, Fca, Autos, Jeep, Grand Cherokee, News Blog, Jeep Grand Cherokee, 2019 Jeep Grand Cherokee, Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited X, Jeep Trailhawk


Hands-on: Roland’s #808day upgrade for the TR-8S is a blast to play

It’s a little thing, but it adds a lot when you’re playing live: STEP LOOP lets you repeat steps in a sequence as they play, without losing time. Here’s how it works, along with other updates to Roland’s TR-8S drum machine. Roland’s version 1.10 firmware is out today, and the big new feature is called STEP LOOP. The basic idea: Hold down a step to make it repeat. Hold down multiple steps, and they repeat in order. Release that step or steps, and the sequence continues in time. (LED feedback s...
Tags: Updates, Music, Hardware, Tech, How-to, Gear, Stories, Firmware, Hands-on, Drum-machines, Music Tech, Roland, Korg, Maschine, Aira, Francis Prève


No new products, but Roland celebrates #808day with free gear updates

Roland now routinely enjoy the fact that August 8 is “808” day. But we aren’t seeing new product announcements today as in some past years. What you get instead is a bunch of updates for existing gear. Here they are in one place so you can see what’s relevant to you. All AIRA products – a new Web resource with free sounds. Roland have a newly redesigned AIRA website. Instead of splashy promotional things being thrown at you, you get a tidy selection of news and updates – and, importantly, a So...
Tags: Updates, Music, Hardware, US, Tech, Gear, Retro, Jupiter, Firmware, Synths, Music Tech, Roland, 80s, Juno, ACB, Novation


Australia: 2019 Kia Optima Gets Minor Updates, Costs Less than Previous Model

The all-new 2019 Kia Optima has recently arrived in Australia after its recent unveiling in the United States. It comes with some new styling changes; however, the big thing is that it costs less than the last year`s model. Speaking of prices, the new Optima in its lowest Si variant now costs $33,390, which is a $1,100 reduction, while the GT is set at $43,290, also down $1,200. The best part is that both variants come with 7 years roadside assistance and a 7-year warranty with 7 years servicin...
Tags: Apple, Updates, Australia, United States, Autos, Hyundai, Kia, Prices, Kia Optima, SUNA, Optima, Kia Australia, Damien Meredith, 2019 Hyundai Optima


Apple’s latest GarageBand will help you learn an instrument, for free

Can GarageBand for macOS make music more accessible? The newest release brings free lessons for those wanting to learn. And on another note, it provides crucial bug fixes for blind users. For a lot of Mac users, GarageBand will be the first taste of music making with technology. So it’s important Apple gets it right. There’s not really any direct comparison on another platform like this, either – GarageBand is available as a free install for new Macs, and yet provides an easy window into the s...
Tags: Apple, Downloads, Updates, Music, Learning, Free, Mac, Tech, Accessibility, Software, App Store, Piano, Guitar, Lessons, Garageband, Blind


Lightroom Classic 7.4 Update

The June update to Lightroom Classic (7.4) is out, and here are the things you should know: Disable Preset Rollover The April update to Lightroom Classic (7.3) included a new feature for displaying a live preview of your Develop presets that some people loved, and others, well, not so much. The problem for some people was that the rollover preview in Loupe view was a little too resource intensive, or it was distracting to how they were used to using presets. A new preference checkbox was added...
Tags: Updates, Photography, Featured, Hdr, Lightroom, Terry White, Loupe, Lightroom Updates, Lightroom Classic, Simon Chen, Save Auto Stack HDR


iOS 12 is more evidence you should buy an iPhone, not an Android phone

The next version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 12, will be compatible with devices all the way back to 2013’s iPhone 5S. Android phones from the same era didn’t even see 2016’s software update. It’s further evidence you should buy an iPhone, if you care about software updates, which you really should. The post iOS 12 is more evidence you should buy an iPhone, not an Android phone appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Iphone, Apple, Android, Updates, Mobile, Opinion, Trends, Features, Ios 12, WWDC 2018, WWDC18