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Chrome OS is finally getting a proper video editor with Adobe Project Rush

You’ll also be able to run it on flagship Android phones.

Even though Chrome OS’s app situation has gotten considerably better over the years, there’s one thing that often keeps a lot of people at bay — the lack of a real video editor. Thanks to a recent announcement from Adobe, however, that’s going to change very soon.

During this year’s VidCon, Adobe unveiled Project Rush. Project Rush is a new video editing platform that combines features from  [Read More…]

Adobe’s Project Rush brings ‘all-in-one’ video editing to all your devices

Project Rush brings together elements of Premiere Pro, Audition, and After Effects in one cross-platform package.

Adobe today took the wraps off of Project Rush, a new video editing tool that works across platforms and brings elements from several apps in Adobe’s suite together in one package.

The highlight of Project Rush is its ability to work across your devices. According to Adobe, the video editor will be available across both desktop and mobile devices. And you’ll  [Read More…]

Hands-on photos show ‘Project V’ — a foldable Samsung phone that never was

It’s widely expected that 2019 will be the year Samsung finally launches the Galaxy X — its long-awaited foldable/bendable smartphone. Patents from years past have indicated Samsung’s been toying around with the idea of a foldable phone for some time, and thanks to a user on Twitter, we now have an idea of what one of those prototypes looked like.

Referred to as “Project V”, the above phone was being developed by Samsung between 2015 and 2016 as  [Read More…]

Future Chromebooks may come with eSIMs and Project Fi support

This would allow Chromebooks to stay connected even without Wi-Fi.

As excellent as devices like the Pixelbook and Samsung Chromebook Pro are, there’s one thing that’s been missing for quite some time — LTE support. According to new code found within the Chromium Gerrit, that could be changing in the near future.

Spotted by XDA Developers , something referred to as “Project Hermes” is described as follows:

Hermes is the codename for the project of implementing eSIM  [Read More…]

This 11-course bundle may be your ticket to a six-figure career in Project Management

You’ve been thinking about getting new certifications to move you ahead at work; in fact, it’s been on your to-do list for a long time. Being a Project Manager is the ultimate goal, and you know you’d be perfect for the job with the right certification. With tuition costs that seem to climb with every passing year and limited free time on your hands, how are you supposed to attend classes and afford any kind of certification?

Learn how  [Read More…]

You can now add kids under 13 to Project Fi group plans via Family Link

You’ll need a Family Link account to get started.

In October 2016, Google made Project Fi much more accessible for a lot of people with the introduction of group plans. Today, those group plans are expanding even more with support for kids under 13-years-old.

Per Google’s announcement post:

When you add a child to your plan, you’ll both enjoy the Project Fi features you know and love—like easy data alerts, seamless switching between networks, and automatic connection  [Read More…]

Project Fi wish list: 3 things that would make me switch

With a few small changes, Project Fi could become unstoppable.

When Google launched Project Fi in April 2015, I signed up for the service as fast as I possibly could. I ordered the starter kit for my Nexus 6 and loved the added benefits, but ultimately went back to my previous service provider after the first month.

Project Fi gets a lot of things right. Its mobile app is wonderfully designed and easy to use, the billing  [Read More…]

LG G7, LG V35 and Moto G6 are coming to Project Fi

A new low-cost option and two more flagship-level devices join the Fi ranks.

Project Fi‘s limited phone offerings are getting a boost today, adding three new phones to the ranks after previously only offering the Google Pixel 2 and Moto X4. The Project Fi account page now lists the new LG G7, the refreshed LG V35 and new low-cost Moto G6 as “coming soon” for Fi customers. The Moto G6 is the only one you can actually pre-order at  [Read More…]

These phones work on Project Fi

Not sure if your phone works with Project Fi? Check the list below!

If you don’t use a lot of mobile data, want your phone service to be as easy to understand as possible, and/or like being connected to all of Google’s services, Project Fi is absolutely worth looking into.

For just $ 20/month for unlimited calls/texts and then $ 10 per GB of data you use, Project Fi is one of the most compelling MVNOs around  [Read More…]

LG V35 ThinQ is coming to Project Fi soon

LG is launching flagship after flagship. The latest is the V35 ThinQ which will be sold by AT&T, but also by Google’s Project Fi.

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