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Editor-in-Chief Chris Swearingin

From: TechWorm - You can now edit 4K videos for free with OpenShot 2.2 video editor

You can now edit your 4K videos with OpenShot 2.2 free video editing software Next time you shoot a 4K video with your all new 4K ready smartphone or DSLR camera you don’t to worry about the lags, blushes or shakes. One of the main problems with 4K adoption was the issue of editing 4K […]

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My not-so-fun and fruitless Friday with Mediacom

Published on August 12, 2016 Christopher Swearingin Editor-in-Chief at ComputerMagazine.com Well, Mediacom (a cable company and ISP serving many U.S. locations, but in my case Springfield, Missouri) came this afternoon and “upgraded” my home to their “xtreme” package. They installed a…

From: GeekWire - Microsoft’s planned acquisition of LinkedIn is one of biggest ever in the tech industry

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Microsoft’s planned $26.2 billion cash acquisition of LinkedIn is a whopper in an industry known for mega transactions. The deal, which was announced this morning and is expected to close later this year after receiving shareholder approval, represents a 50 percent premium over LinkedIn’s closing stock price last week. It is by far the biggest acquisition in Microsoft’s history, more than triple the $8.5 billion that Microsoft paid for Skype in May 2011. But how does the deal rank in the overall tech industry? Well, it depends on how you define it. According to this chart from Business Insider, Microsoft’s… Read More