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Day: July 13, 2018

  • Adobe Systems Inc., the maker of popular digital design programs for creatives, is planning to launch the full version of its Photoshop app for Apple Inc.’s iPad as part of a new strategy to make its products compatible across multiple devices and boost subscription sales. The software developer is planning to unveil the new app at its annual MAX creative conference in October, according to people with knowledge of the plan. The app is slated to hit the market in 2019, said the people, who asked not to be identified discussing private product plans. Engineering delays could still alter that timeline. Bloomberg They already have it for Microsoft surface tablet I am kind of surprised they don’t have this already since Apple is the more popular platform for photoshop.
  • Beginning today, Microsoft Teams is available in a free version worldwide in 40 languages. This offer was designed for small businesses and groups of coworkers that don’t have commercial Office 365 subscriptions. Now with this great introductory experience, any group can use Teams as their hub for teamwork and discover the value of Office 365 as they grow and scale. Whether you’re a freelancer, a small business owner, or part of a team inside a larger organization, you can start using Teams today. The free version includes the following for up to 300 people Microsoft This does not surprise me as Microsoft really want to compete with Slack and some small businesses don’t have Office365 subscriptions.
  • The evolution of transportation has come quite a long way. Cars and airplanes are the two most recent iterations on the age-old issue of how to get to a location as quickly as possible. Many people, perhaps you included, are excited for the next installment in the chain. Well, perhaps it is already here. Straight out of many forward-facing science fiction movies and television shows, hoverboards have arrived onto the scene. However, many questions still swirl around them. How effective are they? Could they be the future of transportation? And, most important, why are they called hoverboards when they have wheels? What is a Hoverboard? To be completely fair, “hoverboard” could be a bit of a misnomer. After all, it does not float. However, people started calling it that because it replicated the feel of floating across the ground. A hoverboard is made up of multiple components: a frame made of steel with a central pivoting point, a logic board, and a couple of gyroscopes and electric motors, to name a few. The basic framework of how to operate one is as follows: the rider uses subtle movements of their feet on the pressure pads included in the body of the board to indicate their desired direction of travel. The logic board receives that data and sends it to the motors and gyroscopes. The motors are what makes the vehicle move, while the gyroscopes prevent the rider from overbalancing and crashing out. What are their Positives? Now that you know what a hoverboard is, it is time to start stacking up the pros and cons of them to determine if cars are soon-to-be obsolete. To begin, the boards are battery operated, often taking one to two hours to charge, depending on model and make. The battery is often rechargeable, which,...