AMPAS, Linux Foundation Launch Academy Software Foundation

LOS ANGELES — The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Linux Foundation have launched the Academy Software Foundation to provide a neutral forum for Open Source software developers in the motion picture and broader media industries to share resources and collaborate on technologies for image creation, visual …

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10 of the oddest special edition phones of all time

Phone manufacturers occasionally make special edition handsets that help promote the device and bring attention to a partnered brand. While these phones tend to become collectibles, sometimes the gadget just ends up looking peculiar. Here are 10 of the oddest special edition phones of all time. Xiaomi Mi 6X Hatsune Miku …

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Ways, Fees & Conditions to Extend Complete SKCK! (Newest 2018)

Many assumptions circulated that the administrative system process in Indonesia was complicated and long-winded, but in this modern era the public service system had been largely reformed and moved to computer-based information systems in order to tidy up data preparation and speed up the service process to the community. The …

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An examination of OnePlus and Oppo devices throughout the years

Regardless of your opinions on the company and its devices, there’s no question that OnePlus has been a disruption to the smartphone industry. Its commitment to flagship-quality specs with mid-range pricing has forced industry titans to reexamine their business strategies. Granted, OnePlus’ pricing is no longer what we would call …

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Linux Foundation Launched the Academy Software Foundation, Linux 4.18 and GNU Linux-libre 4.18-gnu Kernels Are Out, DXVK 0.65 Released and Canonical Live Patch Update

News briefs for August 13, 2018. The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences and The Linux Foundation launched the Academy Software Foundation late last week. The ASF’s mission is to “increase the quality and quantity of contributions to the content creation industry’s open source software base; to provide a …

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You might eventually run Windows 10 on the Google Pixelbook (Updated)

Update, August 13, 2018 (10:00AM EST): New evidence has emerged that suggests Google’s clandestine “Campfire” project, designed to bring Windows 10 to the Pixelbook, may have a much larger scope than anyone initially thought. Fresh info discovered by XDA-Developers indicates that Campfire won’t just be available for Google’s flagship Chromebook, but …

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Dropbox will only Support the Ext4 File System In Linux in November

Dropbox has announced that starting on November 7th 2018, only the ext4 file system will be supported in Linux for synchronizing folders in the Dropbox desktop app. Those Linux users who have synch on other file systems such as XFS, ext2, ext3, ZFS, and many others will no longer have working Dropbox synchronization …

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