Tesla Model 3 Track Mode Key Fob

Not only has Tesla added a Track Mode on all Performance versions of their Model 3s, but they also gave owners yet another way to unlock their car’s doors: either using a credit card-sized key, with their smartphones, and now, a $150 Model 3-shaped key fob – passive entry still works with a paired smartphone. Now for Track Mode, it basically actively manages the car’s stability to improve performance on racetracks or in autocross settings. Read more for another video and additional information.

Apple Watch Spotify

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Spotify is currently beta testing its Apple Watch app, and The Verge’s Tom Warren was able to get some hands-on time with it ahead of its official release. Currently, it only includes basic functions, and unfortunately, there’s no offline support for playing songs away from your iPhone, nor can you stream songs to an Apple Watch over LTE. Simply put, the current iteration is basically a Spotify Connect controller to let you change music on any device playing Spotify content and linked to your account. Continue reading for a short video and more information.

Super Mario Odyssey Emulator

The Nintendo Switch can be picked up in discounted bundles now, but for some, it’s still too pricey, especially if Super Mario Odyssey is the main game they want to play. Meet the Yuzu Emulator. First announced in January, this software is now capable of running the game, albeit with a few graphical glitches in parts and slowdown in others. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Spotify Apple Watch App

Finally, after 1.5-years of waiting, Spotify has revealed that it plans on releasing an official Apple Watch app, and is currently beta testing a version of the iOS client. For now, users are able to control playback from your phone, but an offline playlist function could be in the works, so you can workout smartphone free. Continue reading for hands-on pictures and more information.

IBM Red Hat

IBM announced today that it will acquire open-source software company Red Hat, best known for their Linux operating system, in a $34 billion stock deal, pricing the latter’s shares at $190, a 63% premium above their closing price Friday. According to IBM chief executive Ginni Rometty, the acquisition would make IBM the world’s top hybrid cloud provider, or the use a mix of on-site, private and third-party public cloud services. Red Hat’s headquarters will remain in Raleigh, where the company currently has more than 2,000 employees. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Adobe MovingStills

Today at the Adobe MAX 2018 conference, Adobe introduced MovingStills for the Creative Cloud, a feature that lets you essentially transform still photographs into cinematic sequences. It uses artificial intelligence to create a parallax based on the photo’s data, which is turned into a video shot with a moving camera. Continue reading for the full tech demo video and more information.

Adobe Photoshop iPad

Adobe announced Photoshop CC for the iPad at its annual Adobe MAX conference, offering a full Photoshop experience for your mobile device. “We’re completely rethinking the user experience for a modern touch device. You’ll find it familiar, but also adapted in smart ways for the device. We’ve designed Photoshop on iPad with natural touch gestures in mind to speed up workflow. No exporting, importing, converting to different formats, or fixing whatever didn’t properly convert. It all just seamlessly works” said Adobe. Continue reading for a hands-on video preview and more information.

Tesla Mad Max

Tesla Autopilot Software Version 9 has a new feature called “Mad Max” mode, and it’s not what you think. Your vehicle can now automatically initiate an overtake if a slower moving vehicle is encountered in its path with no other cars in the passing lane. Drivers can select their desired aggressiveness, between “Mild” to “Mad Max”. Continue reading for another video and more information.

Zeiss ZX1 Lightroom

Let’s face it, the convenience of snapping photos with your smartphone is the ability to edit the images right away. The ZEISS ZX1 brings that same functionality to a full-frame point and shoot camera. In addition to its 37.4-megapixel full-frame sensor with an ISO range of 80-51200, it has Adobe Photoshop Lightroom CC built into the camera, enabling you to quickly and easily process RAW photos – up to 512GB of images – directly on its 4.3″ touchscreen display. Other features include: a 3,190mAh battery,, 3fps continuous shooting, 4K video recording at 30fps, and microphone / headphone jacks. Continue reading for another video, more pictures and information.