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Apple iPhone 12 Mini review: Pint-sized power (Update: Video!)


iPhone 12 Mini
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Positives

Great design
Compact size
Super-fast performance
Incredible ecosystem
Quick to charge, even at 18W

Negatives

No telephoto lens
iOS is limiting
No power adapter in the box
Hard to wirelessly charge
Sub-par battery life

Bottom Line

Apple’s iPhone 12 Mini is one of the best small phones you can buy. And at $ 700, it’s a no-brainer for anyone who wants a tiny but powerful handset running iOS.

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This is the OnePlus Nord: See the first look in new teaser video


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  • OnePlus has revealed the first look at the OnePlus Nord in a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameo in a new teaser video.
  • Shared in advance with Android Authority, the video confirms the mid-range phone will sport a dual selfie camera and gives us an idea of the handset’s design.
  • Android Authority spoke to OnePlus Head of Global, Carl Pei, ahead of the teaser’s launch. Be sure to check out our interview with the company’s co-founder for more on the OnePlus Nord.

OnePlus has been slowing trickling out details about the OnePlus Nord — the company’s second stab at cracking the mid-range market. We know the name, the processor (the Snapdragon 765G), and a ballpark price, but aside from leaks and rumors, we’ve had no official teases of what the phone actually looks like.

Thanks to a new teaser video (embedded below) published on the OnePlus Nord Instagram page — shared in advance with Android Authority — we’ve now been treated to our first look at OnePlus’ long-awaited affordable phone. It’s a fleeting glimpse to say the least, but there’s plenty to unpack and some brief clues about the OnePlus Nord specs.

 

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The OnePlus Nord appears in the video at around the one minute mark as we see someone make a video call with the phone before slipping it into their pocket. The images in this article are screenshots taken from the video and show the front, back, and right side of the phone.

Let’s start with the most interesting part: the cameras. If you squint closely at the images above (click to expand), you can just about make out the reflection of a dual-lens, punch-hole selfie camera, similar to the Huawei P40 Pro. This lends further credence up a recent report that suggested the OnePlus Nord will sport a main 32MP selfie camera with an 8MP wide-angle shooter alongside.

Related: OnePlus 8 buyer’s guide: Everything you need to know

Things are a little less clear for the rear camera. Early renders hinted that the OnePlus Nord — then rumored to be called the OnePlus Z — would have a triple camera. More recent speculation has pointed to a quad camera setup, however. While it’s not completely clear in the video, the reflection of one of the lenses and its position in the vertical module does seem to suggest that we’re looking at four cameras on the rear. Check out the image below and tell us what you think.

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Credit: OnePlus

Other takeaways include the color of the phone, which appears to have a cool gray/blue tone. We can also see the button arrangement on the right side. This confirms that the beloved OnePlus alert slider will make its way from the OnePlus flagships to the Nord. Below that lies what appears to be a power button, with the volume rocker outline barely visible on the right in another frame. This tallies with very early CAD renders and echoes the button layout of the OnePlus 8 series.

The teaser video, which is intended to set the tone for the upcoming phone, shows clips of young people attending important personal and world events and celebrations. The voiceover references staying true to yourself and moving forward — two themes that OnePlus’ Head of Global and co-founder, Carl Pei, says are integral to the OnePlus Nord’s identity.

Android Authority talked with Pei, as well as VP of OnePlus France, Akis Evangelidis, ahead of the teaser’s reveal. You can read some of the key takeaways from that interview here, where we discuss the core target market for the OnePlus Nord (spoiler: it’s not die-hard OnePlus fans) and the decision making behind dropping to a mid-range processor. We’ll be publishing more insights from our chat later today and tomorrow, so be sure to check back for more on the OnePlus Nord very soon.

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Zoom releases another privacy update as Google bans video chat app for employees


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Zoom is rolling out another minor update in response to multiple security concerns that have plagued the video conferencing software of late. The service will now hide Meeting ID numbers from the title bar so your ID won’t be exposed if you screenshot your meeting.

The change comes after UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson accidentally revealed the Meeting ID of a sensitive cabinet call through a screenshot posted on Twitter. Following the incident, many random people attempted to crash the high-level meeting, raising major concerns about the platform’s user interface.

Although Zoom has now hidden the Meeting ID from the main chat window, it can still be found by clicking on the info icon on the meeting screen.

The service has also added a new security icon to the host’s meeting controls. This combines all of Zoom’s existing in-meeting security controls into one place, including those for locking the meeting, enabling waiting rooms, and more. The new security icon is now available on all Zoom platforms (i.e. PC, web, and app versions).

Trouble with Google

Meanwhile, Google reportedly banned Zoom from its employees’ laptops on Wednesday, citing security issues.

“Recently, our security team informed employees using Zoom Desktop Client that it will no longer run on corporate computers as it does not meet our security standards for apps used by our employees,” Google spokesman Jose Castaneda told Reuters.

Google will still allow employees to use the video chat app on their phones and browsers, albeit only for personal video calls.

Zoom’s take

Given these recent security troubles, the company is getting former Facebook security chief, Alex Stamos on board as a consultant. In a blog post published on Medium, Stamos said that he was impressed by the company’s willingness to take aggressive action to become a trusted platform.

“Zoom has some important work to do in core application security, cryptographic design and infrastructure security, and I’m looking forward to working with Zoom’s engineering teams on those projects,” Stamos noted in his post.

CEO of Zoom, Eric Yuan has also apologized for the platform’s security problems.

“What I can promise you is that we take these issues very, very seriously. We’re looking into each and every one of them. If we find an issue, we’ll acknowledge it and we’ll fix it,” Yuan said on the call.

Apart from the aforementioned privacy update, Zoom also introduced some new security features on April 6. You can read all about them here.

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Coronavirus outbreak causes YouTube to cut video streaming default to 480p


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Out of concern for keeping the rising internet traffic clear of congestion during the coronavirus outbreak, Google is making some changes to YouTube. Starting today, the video streaming service will cut the streaming quality default down to standard definition (480p) resolution for at least a month.

Bloomberg reports that, according to a company spokesperson, Google has seen high traffic on YouTube throughout the day since the coronavirus crisis began, rather than just traffic spikes in the evening. This is, of course, due to the fact that many people are either working from home or are simply stuck inside due to government requests to keep them at home. YouTube previously said it would cut down on its video streaming quality to Europe, along with Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney Plus. Now it’s going into effect for everybody.

Google says that it doesn’t believe that the world is in danger of truly breaking the internet with an increase in the use of streaming services like YouTube. However, it made the decision to set the default setting back to SD resolution out of both caution as well as some concerns from government officials.

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Prime Video doesn’t get the credit it deserves


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Netflix this, Netflix that. Netflix and chill. It feels like every time someone talks about video streaming services, Netflix is the main topic. It’s like nothing else exists.

I’ve been using Amazon Prime Video for a while now and can tell you it’s vastly underrated. It’s just as good as Netflix, if not better in some ways. However, people still don’t talk about it much, and some even think of it as a low-grade streaming service. I want to try and change that.

The content is top-notch

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The Man in the High Castle

So, what exactly makes Prime Video so special? Let’s start with its original content, which is the bread and butter of any streaming service. While some of it isn’t anything to write home about, there are a lot of critically acclaimed and award-winning titles to watch from various genres.

For example, if you’re into comedy, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel is a must-watch. It’s a very unique show that tells the story of a housewife in the 1960s who decides to pursue a career as a stand-up comedian. Everything from the storyline, the acting, and the production is top-notch.

If you’re into drama and sci-fi, you should check out The Man in the High Castle. It shows a parallel universe in which the Allied Powers lost the second World War and Germany and Japan rule the US. I generally don’t like historic or science fiction shows, but I love this one, which just goes to show how good it really is.

In addition to award-winning titles, there are some lesser-known shows available for streaming that are worth your attention. These include The Widow, which follows Georgia Wells (played by Kate Beckinsale) who believes her husband was killed in a plane crash years ago, but then discovers that he is still alive in Congo. Then there’s Absentia, a show that revolves around FBI agent Emily Byrne (Stana Katic) who disappears while on the job and is proclaimed dead but is then found alive six years later in a cabin in the woods with no memory of what happened to her.

You’ll find a bunch of other popular non-original movies and TV shows on Prime Video. Some of the best ones, in my opinion, include the hilarious Curb Your Enthusiasm, the action-packed The Night Manager, and the thrilling Mr. Robot. There are great foreign-language shows available as well, with one of the best ones being the German gangster series called 4 Blocks. If you enjoy shows like The Sopranos, you’ll love this one.

I can’t highlight all the great Prime Video content in this post, as that would make it too long. Just know this: whether you’re into comedy, action, drama, shows, movies or documentaries, you’ll always find something great to watch on Prime Video. While not all content will blow your mind, a lot of shows and movies are grade-A quality. You can check out some of it in the posts linked below:

It’s cheaper than Netflix

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In addition to offering great content, Prime Video is also affordable. In the US, the standalone service goes for $ 8.99 per month, allows for three simultaneous streams, and supports 4K resolution. Netflix’s standard plan, on the other hand, goes for $ 12.99 and allows you to watch content in HD quality on two screens at the same time. The premium plans bump the number of screens to four, the streaming resolution to 4K, and the price to $ 15.99 — making it much more expensive than Prime Video. The price differences are even bigger in Europe, especially considering you can get Amazon Prime for 50% off for the first six months.

Prime Video is part of Amazon’s Prime subscription.

If you’re willing to pay a few bucks more, you can opt for Amazon’s Prime subscription that includes Prime Video along with free shipping, access to Amazon’s music streaming service, unlimited photo storage, and much more. The subscription costs $ 119 per year if you pay upfront, which comes out to $ 9.92 per month. If you opt to pay monthly, the price jumps to $ 12.99, which is still a great deal all things considered.

So, is Amazon Prime Video better than Netflix?

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I’m not trying to bash Netflix. I’ve used it a lot and have enjoyed watching the many movies and shows it offers. I’m also not saying that Prime Video is better overall than Netflix. What I am saying is that Prime Video just doesn’t get the credit it deserves, mainly because it’s overshadowed by Netflix. A lot of people still believe that Prime Video offers lower-grade content than Netflix — partly due to the fact you can get it for free with a Prime subscription — but that’s not the case. Prime Video is a worthy competitor to Netflix, offering loads of great content as well as a cheaper subscription.

If you haven’t tried it out yet, my advice is to give it a go. Take advantage of the free trial Amazon offers and check out a few shows mentioned in this post. You can always switch back to Netflix or any other streaming services you’re using if you don’t like what you see.

What are your thoughts on Amazon Prime Video? Let us know in the comments!

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How to edit a video in Adobe Premiere Pro


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Any successful YouTuber can tell you that an essential part of making hit videos is having top-notch editing skills. There are tons of programs out there, but many videographers turn to Adobe Premiere Pro to edit a video. It’s with good reason, as Adobe integrates much of the Creative Cloud for its projects. However, the Creative Cloud tends to have a steep learning curve.

We can get you started with a couple of tips for editing your next viral hit. There are tons of things you can do in Adobe Premiere Pro, but we’ll just start with the very basics of editing a video.

How to edit a video

1. Before you can start editing a project on Premiere Pro, you have to create it. You can open a new project easily with the following commands:

Windows: Ctrl+Alt+N, Mac: Opt+Cmd+N

That was pretty easy, right? Well, it’s all uphill from here.

2. Now you’ve got your file open, you need to add some content to your project. You can use simple commands to search through your computer for most leading files, for example:

Windows: Ctrl+Alt+I, Mac: Opt+Cmd+I

I mean, we can’t give you ideas for the videos, but at least this part is straight forward.

3. Now that you have your content, it’s time to drag and drop it where you need it on your timeline. You can also use the Overwrite and Insert buttons on your source monitor to place your clips. You can even nest sequences to achieve new effects using the following command:

Windows: Ctrl+U, Mac: Cmd+U

Now we’re really starting to see a project come together.

4. Once you have all your clips and content in order, it’s time for transitions. Hit videos rarely feature the same effects and transitions over and over again so add a title with the following command:

Windows: Ctrl+T, Mac: Cmd+T

And adjust your transitions and effects from the Effects Controls panel with this shortcut:

Windows: Ctrl+D, Mac: Cmd+D

5. Adobe Premiere Pro also packs a powerful sound mixer so you can make the audio for your video sound just right. You can use the audio clip mixer with the command Shift+9, and the audio track mixer with Shift+6.

6. After you finish all of these basic steps, you’re ready to export your video. You can save it to many file types with the Adobe Media Encoder and send it to Blu-ray, DVD, or a digital file.

What else can you do to create content?

There are numerous tools to edit a video out there, and these are the most basic of Adobe Premiere Pro instructions. You would be amazed by how many programs and platforms you can learn once you get the ball rolling. All it takes is a little bit of training to get your content creation up and running quickly.

If you want to dive deeper into Adobe Premiere Pro or any other type of content creation, we’ve found a learning kit that covers many of the bases. No matter how little time you have, there are lessons that can help you launch a YouTube channel, master Instagram marketing, and more with the Digital Content Creators Masterclass.

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Deal: Launch into Facebook video marketing for just $13


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There are billions of people on Facebook, why aren’t they seeing your vids? You could be using video marketing to boost sales or interest with ease. This Facebook Video Ads Mastery Course will help you see what you’ve been missing for only $ 12.99.

There are tons of video marketing campaigns online, and a lot of them are really bad. This short, two-hour course will help you realize just how easy it is to advertise with better videos on Facebook and many other social networks.

Create video ads that expand your influence.

When you launch a video marketing campaign, you need to make sure you know your audience. This hands-on tutorial will help you discover your true audience and help you to do research on your specific niche. When you know your crowd, you’ll be able to launch a better-optimized campaign and see the results skyrocket.

This tutorial is specially created and guided by Sorin Constantin, a network marketing professional with years of experience. He’s sold over half a million dollars in products and services through his two network marketing businesses. Constantin has mastered the video marketing game, and it can be easier than you may have realized.

Facebook Video Ads Mastery highlights:

  • Learn to create high-converting ad videos.
  • Discover your target audience and research your specific niche.
  • Launch a Facebook ad campaign.
  • Optimize your campaign and message for the best results.

No matter how social networks grow and change, Facebook has always maintained its status as a powerhouse. Think of all of the users that you could be reaching with your videos. A well-made video with the right audience can be incredibly successful.

This video marketing course has a retail value of $ 200, but you can grab it right now for only $ 12.99. You can save 93% and complete the course in the time you’d normally spend browsing Facebook.

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(Update: available now for some users) Video calling app Duo is finally arriving on Android and iOS


Update, 08:50 AM ET: Duo is now available for some users in the Play Store. Click on the download button bellow to check the availability on your device.

Original post, 2:53 AM ET: One half of the dynamic, um, duo of chat apps that Google introduced at I/O is finally here. Almost.

In a blog post, Google announced that one-to-one video calling app Duo would become available on Android and iOS starting today. The post was published late in the evening (Pacific time), so the app should be rolling out right now.

Currently the Play Store Google Duo listing only gives us the option to pre-register for the app. It’s very likely that Google is rolling Duo out gradually, to avoid virtual traffic jams and iron out any unexpected issues that can arise with a brand new service.

Google highlighted the simplicity of Duo, an app that lacks the bells and whistles of Skype or even Google’s own Hangouts. “Duo takes the complexity out of video calling, so that you can be together in the moment wherever you are,” said the company.

It sounds like Google wants to remove any friction that could potentially prevent users from using video calling – the Mountain View company cited research stating that half of all users never make a video call.

To be as accessible as possible, Duo doesn’t need a separate account. You can start using it with just your phone number, just like WhatsApp.

Simple as it may be, Duo is not completely barebones. One of its coolest features is Knock Knock, which basically lets you see the person who’s calling before picking up. You also get end-to-end encryption, which aligns Google with Facebook and Apple when it comes to protecting user privacy.

Very importantly, Duo works on Android and iOS, which will put it on collision course with Apple’s very popular FaceTime.

We’ll keep an eye on the Google Duo Play Store page and update you as soon as the app becomes available.

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No word yet on Allo, the text chat app that Google introduced alongside Duo. It can’t be too far behind though.

Anyone here who’s got Duo yet? Let us know!

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HTC 10 confirmed for BoomSound? [UPDATE: video]


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Leaked images of the HTC 10

Update: HTC is back at it with the HTC 10 hype, this time telling showing us a bit more than an image and words. The Taiwanese manufacturer has uploaded a video that hypes the upcoming phone’s BoomSound audio. Let’s check it out.

Original post: So a few years back, the HTC One M7 launched with dual front-facing speakers that nobody had ever put on a smartphone before. They called it “BoomSound,” and users loved the hell out of it. However, recent smartphones created by HTC have kind of left the dual speakers behind, and the terminology “BoomSound” mostly refers to software audio enhancements instead of the twin speakers. So while it’s true the weight behind BoomSound has been diluted somewhat, a new tweet by the company has revealed that the HTC 10 will have it. Whatever it is.

The image that HTC posted seems to indicate that the device will in fact have dual speakers, however. Fans are speculating that the top line of staggered audio elements represents one speaker while the row of five larger, elongated ovals in the bottom represent another set of speakers. Will the HTC 10 crank it to 11? This has yet to be determined, but we can all hope.

htc 10 leakSee also: More HTC 10 details: Super LCD 5 screen, 3,000-mAh battery59

The HTC 10 marketing team has been making a lot of claims about their upcoming device. The most wave-making of these is the attestation that the smartphone will have a “World First, World Class” camera on both the front and back of the device. These are high claims to make, especially considering the Samsung Galaxy S7 is already being praised for it’s incredible camera quality. Will HTC’s next device make for worthy competition? We can’t wait to find out.

What are your thoughts regarding the HTC 10? Does the BoomSound feature still hold water for you, or are you more interested in other functionalities? Let us know your take in the comments below!

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YouTube Connect rumor: live video for all


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YouTube offers live video through Creator Studio, but it is a limited service very few have access to. Not to mention it is a project that hasn’t quite taken off; it is nowhere close to competitors like Periscope, Facebook Live or Meerkat. It’s time for Google to up its game and the latest rumors suggest they have already started working on a true competitor.

A new report from VentureBeat cites “a source close to the matter”, who states the Search Giant is working on a new live streaming app called YouTube Connect.

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According to this insider, YouTube Connect will have much of the functionality we find in services like Periscope and Facebook Live. The murmurs say anyone will be able to simply log into the app using a Google or YouTube account, then simply start streaming away using a smartphone.

There is said to be a feed featuring videos from friends and YouTube subscriptions. In addition, it will incorporate tagging and chatting.

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And it seems this is truly for everyone. Users will be able to view from the app (which will come to both Android and iOS), as well as the web. Furthermore, there is rumored to be an option to save broadcasts, allowing your followers to view the clips after the fact.

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In all honesty, it is hard to comprehend why YouTube didn’t jump on live video in a grand scale before. This site is, after all, the king of video streaming. The live aspect is only a natural progression, as was 360-degree compatibility.

There are no rumors on a specific launch window, but keep in mind Google IO is coming in May. Seems like a good time for a launch, right?

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