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Photoshop (and Illustrator) rival slashes prices by 50%

Serif Affinity Photo/Publisher/Designer – $24.99 eachSerif is currently offering its creative photo editing, DTP and graphic design software at a 50% discount to assist the creative community in these challenging times. New users can also trial each application for three months without any commitments, making the Affinity Suite a great …

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Eliminating VPNs for more secure, productive remote work

VPNs were created back in the late 1990’s to allow site-to-site connection by virtualizing network access at the TCP/IP level. The primary use-case at the time was to connect various corporate offices into a unified network. Since then, VPNs have grown in popularity and have been used for many more …

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Wow that PS5 controller is ugly, isn’t it?

The PS5 is still quite a ways out, and the marketing has been kind of a roller coaster. Back at CES 2020, Sony only offered a logo as its way of teasing a reveal, a month after Microsoft showed off the Xbox Series X design.  Then, after GDC 2020 got …

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Microsoft buys corp.com to save it from criminals

Microsoft has agreed to buy the domain corp.com in an effort to prevent others from abusing it for their own gain. Back in February, KrebsOnSecurity reported on the story of a private citizen who decided to auction off the domain in question at a starting price of $1.7m.  The domain …

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Meet the PS5 DualSense controller

Sony has just unveiled the controller we’ll be using to play the PS5 – it’s called the DualSense Controller, and it sports a number of improvements that will help make the next-gen console feel even more immersive. Among these new features are adaptive triggers with haptic feedback, a built-in microphone …

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