Apple shares special ‘Shot on iPhone’ short film to celebrate Chinese New Year

https://9to5mac.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/6/2020/01/maxresdefault-3.jpg?quality=82&strip=all&w=1280https://9to5mac.com/2020/01/11/apple-shot-on-iphone-chinese-new-year/ As it has done for the past several years, Apple is celebrating Chinese New Year with a short film as part of its “Shot on iPhone” series. The short film comes in at 8-minutes long and is entitled “Daughter.” more… The post Apple shares special ‘Shot on iPhone’ short film to celebrate Chinese New Year appeared first on 9to5Mac.


Hands-On Review: Denon DJ SC6000 & SC6000M Media Players, X1850 Prime Mixer

https://cdn.digitaldjtips.com/app/uploads/2020/01/12033301/Denon-DJ.jpghttps://www.digitaldjtips.com/2020/01/hands-on-review-denon-dj-sc6000-sc6000m-media-players-x1850-prime-mixer/We got to play with Denon DJ’s new SC6000 Prime and SC6000M Prime media players, and X1850 mixer, at an inMusic press event today. In this hands-on review, I’ll share our first impressions of the units, give you a comparison between these and the previous SC5000 Prime, SC5000M Prime and X1850 Prime models, and share … Continued The post Hands-On Review: Denon DJ SC6000 &… »


Excellent animation comparing the rotations of the planets in our solar system

http://img.youtube.com/vi/qoPmw0WcS_8/0.jpghttps://boingboing.net/2020/01/10/excellent-animation-comparing.html James O’Donoghue, a planetary scientist at JAXA (Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency), made this excellent clip comparing the rotations, tilts, and sidereal day lengths of the eight planets and two of the dwarf planets in our solar system. There are many more dwarf planet candidates, but they aren’t mapped so aren’t included,” O’Donoghue writes. “More space missions would be a good idea.” Agree! Below, another one of O’Donoghue’s fantastic videos: Light Speed – fast, but…
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Here’s how you can donate to Australian Bushfire Relief with Apple

Original Story at imore.com Source:nasa.gov You can donate directly through iTunes in the US and Australia, all funds go to the Red Cross. What you need to know Apple has launched a donation campaign to help with relief for the bushfires in Australia. US and Australia users can donate to the Red Cross directly through iTunes. You can donate between $5 and $200, all of which goes to relief. Apple has launched a donation campaign…
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