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BLÜ's “Heart Stood Still” is a never-ending reverie [Video]

An enigmatic being who lives, drinks and breathes creativity, BLÜ (formerly known as Luna Loxx) is the archetypal Scorpio. A sympathetic savage, her sting is anything but lethal–it is life-giving.  Just in time for Scorpio season, BLÜ is back with the majestic visuals for “Heart Stood Still”. An aura of futuristic revelations and memories of […] The post BLÜ’s “Heart Stood Still” is a never-ending reverie [Video] appeared first on EARMILK. Go to Source Author:...

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Let creativity flow with the Complete GIMP Design Bundle

If you’ve been curious about getting into digital art, look no further. The Complete Master GIMP Design Bundle will have you diving into an incredible Photoshop alternative for less than $25 with a promo code. GIMP, or GNU Image Manipulation Program, is a free and flexible design tool. The very first tutorial in this training bundle exposes you to 27 projects that can be used for business. You’ll learn how to create brochures, logos, graphics, and more. In addition, the lesson provides over 500 pre-built templates to help you get started. Master everything GIMP related with over 70 hours of content. Once you’ve mastered the business basics, it’s time to give Photoshop a run for its money. The beginner-friendly lessons will help you design stunning graphics and create perfect pictures.  In addition to the graphics and pictures, you’ll learn to use GIMP to create your own book covers. Maybe you’ve never wanted to be an author, but the skills translate to any print projects you can think of. Brian Jackson is your guide, and he wrote the book on creating covers in GIMP, literally. GIMP Design Bundle highlights: 27 Projects and 547 Templates — $200 value 7 Web Design Projects — $200 value The Photoshop Alternative — $200 value HTML: WordPress Website Development — $200 value Beginner Digital Drawing — $200 value Advanced Graphic Design — $200 value The nine in-depth courses in the Complete GIMP...

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Minecraft Earth early access launches in select countries (Update: US access)

Update, November 12, 2019 (12:50 PM ET): Early access to Minecraft Earth opened in New Zealand and Iceland this October, and in the United Kingdom earlier this month. The official Minecraft Earth Twitter account just announced the app is now available in the US! If you are in the States, you can click the download link at the bottom of the article to get your hands on the game today. Original article, October 18, 2019 (01:00 PM ET): For months now, gamers and tech enthusiasts alike have been patiently awaiting the launch of Minecraft’s new augmented reality game — Minecraft Earth. Well, fans of the franchise need not wait much longer as the game just recently began rolling out in early access…in New Zealand and Iceland. But fret not! The team behind the game assures it will come to more countries in the coming weeks. They plan to keep their fans in the loop during this whole process, updating their website with relevant information as it’s released. Related: Digging into Minecraft Earth Adventures mode: Our hands-on impressions At launch, Minecraft Earth players can gather resources, use build plates to create public structures, fight mobs, craft and smelt new materials, and work on bigger projects with other players. More information about current and future gameplay mechanics will be coming in the near future. Still not sure if the game is...

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Realme X2 Pro review: The best value smartphone of 2019 (Update: Now available!)

Update: November 12, 2019: The Realme X2 Pro is now officially on sale in Europe. Customers in Spain can pick the device up on Amazon.es, while customers in Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and United Kingdom can buy one from Realme’s European website. Buy on Amazon.es Buy on Realme’s website The Realme X, introduced in July, was a great take on a mid-range smartphone with features like a bezel-less display, super-fast charging, and an elegant design. It certainly helped bridge the gap between affordable smartphones and flagship killers thanks to the gorgeous design and competitive pricing. The company has taken a rather different approach with the Realme X2 Pro, opting to step up to top-tier hardware in an affordable package. But has Realme pulled it off, or has this new strategy failed to compete? In Android Authority’s Realme X2 Pro review, you’re about to find out! About this review: I wrote the Realme X2 Pro review after spending four days with the device as my primary phone. Realme supplied the review unit, which was running Android Pie with Color OS V6.1 on board. The software build number at the time of testing was RMX1931EX_11_A.05. Show More Realme X2 Pro review: The big picture The Realme X2 Pro balances a packed-out spec sheet with a competitive price and an improved user experience. The charging capabilities of the X2...

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Realme X2 Pro launches with flagship specs (Update: On sale now!)

Update: November 12, 2019: The Realme X2 Pro is now officially on sale in Europe. Customers in Spain can pick the device up on Amazon.es, while customers in Belgium, France, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, and United Kingdom can buy one from Realme’s European website. Buy on Amazon.es Buy on Realme’s website Realme set itself a goal of being present in every price category possible, from entry-level to premium handsets. In the past year, the company launched an endless spree of smartphones in the $200 – $300 range. With the launch of the Realme X2 Pro, Realme is breaking out of that price interval to go more premium. Realme X2 Pro specifications The Realme X2 Pro is the company’s first real flagship device. So naturally, it gets specs you would otherwise expect from a OnePlus or Xiaomi device at that price point. The phone gets a premium metal and glass finish. It’s good to see Realme move up from polycarbonate builds. Both the front and back of the Realme X2 Pro are covered in Gorilla Glass 5. Performance An octa-core Snapdragon 855 Plus chipset powers the Realme X2 Pro. This is paired with the Adreno 640 GPU for graphics performance. The RAM on the phone goes all the way up to a whopping 12GB, but you do have options for lower RAM as well. Variants of the Realme X2...

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