Category: Tech News

Adobe Introduces ‘Lightroom CC’ & ‘Lightroom Classic CC’

Many photographers rely on Adobe's Lightroom software for editing their images as well as organized file storage. As a photographer myself, Lightroom has been the crutch to managing our image library here at The Tech Reviewer as well as my personal photos. Starting off as a standalone client from Adobe, Lightroom shifted to be a part of their Creative Cloud plan back in 2015 alongside the option to buy Lightroom 6 outright for an upfront fee. Earlier today, Adobe announced new plans for Lightroom which includes branching the software into two different directions. The company is pushing out both...

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Razer’s Revamped ‘Blade Stealth’ Laptop Now Offers A Quad-Core CPU

For Windows enthusiasts, Razer's line of Blade and Blade Stealth laptops have become a staple for all types of uses. While they are geared with a gamer in mind, the sleek design and high-end specs allow these models to be used for business, school or creative use. Each year Razer refreshes their notebook lineup which is a double-edged sword. While it allows new customers the chance to score the latest graphics card or processor technology, it can also be bothersome to their current customers who purchased a Razer laptop only to have it replaced with a better version just...

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Netflix Could Spend Up To $8 Billion On Content In 2018

Just a short time after Netflix announced a price hike for their two higher-end streaming plans, the company has shared further financial information which might help justify the increased cost. With more than 5M subscribers in the U.S. and more than 115M worldwide, the company is planning to spend a fortune on content acquisition and development for 2018. A recent earnings call shows that Netflix will spend $7-8 billion on content during 2018, significantly more than their Chief Content Officer, Ted Sarandos predicted back in August. If this ends up being accurate, next year's content budget will be 33% higher...

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Netgear’s Arlo Pro 2 Offers FHD All-Weather Surveillance Without Wires

Smart home has become a big industry as of recent years with more consumers adapting to the use of smart light bulbs, home surveillance and connected household products. In the past, we have received Netgear's Arlo Q and found their security cameras can stack up to their rival Nest's offering while offering better longterm value. Earlier today Netgear announced their new Arlo Pro 2. This new product offers the same portability and robust design as their original Arlo Pro line. This allows it to be used both indoors or outdoors either wirelessly or via an optional power cable which unlocks advanced...

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Amazon Teases ‘The Grand Tour’ Season 2, Plus More Original Content

Amazon is teasing new original content on their homepage as of recent. Included in this news is the highly anticipated second season of The Grand Tour. For those of you unfamiliar with this show or its concept, it is a revitalized series initially stemmed from the Top Gear UK. One of the stars Jeremy Clarkson had a falling out with BBC and fired. Clarkson then signed on with his costars to bring their talents to the Amazon streaming service for a whopping $250M for three seasons. An official release date has not been confirmed, but the Amazon team has stated that...

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Netflix Raises Their Prices Of Most Popular Streaming Plans

While Netflix is killing the online video streaming game, their primary focus is on original content which isn't cheap to produce. Popular original shows like House of Cards, Stranger Things, Ozark, and 13 Reasons Why have driven massive amounts of subscribers to the platform. Earlier this year, the streaming giant said it would spend $6 billion this year on producing more new content exclusively for the platform. As a way to recoup their losses and keep the wheel turning financially, Netflix has increased their monthly pricing on two out of the three streaming services for both new and existing...

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