Nvidia Broadcast now works with more cameras and uses less VRAM

From The Verge: Nvidia is updating its Broadcast app to improve noise removal, support more cameras, and reduce the amount of VRAM used by the app. Nvidia Broadcast is primarily used by streamers and content creators to filter out background noise from a microphone, or blur a backdrop for a webcam...

Twitter Opens 'Super Follows' Paid Subscriptions for iOS

From PC Mag: Twitter officially launched Super Follows this week, inviting people to earn monthly revenue by sharing subscriber-only content on Twitter.

"With Super Follows, people can create an extra level of conversation on Twitter (sharing bonus tweets and more) to interact authentically with...

Thermaltake Debuts TOUGHFAN 12 in Turquoise and Racing Green

From Thermaltake Press Release: Thermaltake debuts the new TOUGHFAN 12 High Static Pressure Radiator Fan in Turquoise and Racing Green to add some flair to the original TOUGHFAN series while continuing to achieve supreme cooling results. The new fans are also new models of our multicolored series...

Telegram uncaps live stream viewers as part of big version 8.0 update

From The Verge: Telegram, the messaging app that’s becoming more and more like a fully-fledged social media network, is expanding support for video live streams with its latest update. Version 8.0 of the app, which is available now on both iOS and Android, allows live streams to be watched by an...

Spotify Launches 'Blend' Shared Playlist Feature

From PC Mag: Spotify is globally rolling out Blend, which invites two users (with a Spotify Free or Premium plan) to merge their musical tastes into one curated playlist.

Introduced in June, Blend is updated daily and adapts based on what listeners stream. Now out of beta, the experience includes...

South Korea readies payment law targeting Apple, Google app stores

From CNET: Apple and Google are under increasing pressure from global regulators, who say the tech giants have abused their power in mobile devices in order to exert control over app developers and pad their profits in the process.

On Tuesday, South Korea's National Assembly passed a bill that...

Windows 11 won’t include Android app support at launch

From The Verge: Microsoft won’t ship support for Android apps on Windows 11 in time for the operating system’s launch on October 5th. While Android apps running on Windows 11 is one of the big new features of the OS, Microsoft will only start previewing this feature in the coming months.

“We look...

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