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    Samsung Expands Smartphone Offering With Galaxy S4

    This follow-up to 2012’s popular Galaxy S III is similar to its predecessor in overall look, feel, and size (5.4x2.7 inches), but boasts an improved Super AMOLED screen that measures five inches across the diagonal.

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    Introduction to Video Editing For Newbies

    So you wanna be an editor, huh? Anyone can do it these days (or so they say). You’re only in charge of the story, the music, the rhythm, the pace, shaping the actors’ performances, and often re-writing the script. Cool with handling all of that?

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    Affordable Pro-Level Recorders Take More Than Just Notes

    Who needs a digital voice recorder now that we all carry smartphones that can do the same thing, and so much more? The answer is: You do.

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    How To Make Your Own Tripod

    Keeping your camera stable is vital to getting good shots and quality video. That's why using tripod to keep your camera in place will greatly improve your shots immediately.

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    Pebble Smartwatch Keeps You Connected

    The Pebble Smartwatch, which earned more than $10 million during its online funding drive last year, is finally being shipped to investors, and you’ll be able to get it soon as well.

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    Aviom A360 Is a Portable, Programmable Mixer for Any Venue

    Just so there’s no misunderstanding: The A360 may be easily portable, but it’s no toy. For starters, it’s expensive—it will run you about $800. But that sky-high price comes packaged with plenty of options and capabilities you’ll be glad to have at your disposal.

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    How To Prepare Content for Video Editing

    I’ll walk you through the process of prepping your content for the edit. I know there are lot of options when it comes to video editing software, but for the sake of efficiency, I’ve chosen Final Cut Pro.

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    How To Color Correct Video Footage

    Lighting is incredibly important to filming; however, sometimes you’re going to run into situations where you just can’t control the lighting, whether it’s because you’re in a public place, the weather is bad, or you’re just experiencing technical difficulties.

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    Audio-Technica Earphones Provide Near-Studio Sound Quality

    Available from online retailers for less than $160, the ATH-M50 uses 45mm larger-aperture drivers with neodymium magnet systems to deliver near-studio sound quality.

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    New BlackBerry Devices Are Slightly Behind

    The big problem is apps. Whereas all the other platforms have had years to build up their libraries and develop intense followings, BlackBerry is starting from scratch in more ways than one.