Over 80 powerful VFX & color grading plugins now free to use in any major video editor

FXHOME (hitfilm.com) today released Ignite Express (hitfilm.com/ignite-express), a free suite of over 80 powerful plugins which transform editors like Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro X and more, turning them into advanced visual effects toolkits. From world-leading keying technology to 360° video effects and the ultimate light flares collection – this suite contains over 300 effectsRead More

Why Amazon’s Use of Self-Driving Technology Would Be a Game Changer

Self-driving vehicles have yet to hit the road in a major way, but Amazon already is exploring the technology’s potential to change how your packages are delivered. Amazon is the nation’s largest online retailer, and its decisions not only turn heads but influence the entire retail and shipping industries, analysts say. That means any forayRead More

Firefox 54 Claims to Be Faster, Use Less RAM Than Earlier Version

HIGHLIGHTS Firefox 54 is already available for download The new version uses up to four content processes New version allows browser to handle complex web pages better Mozilla’s Firefox browser has had problems with memory management in the past and with the latest version – Firefox 54 – the company claims that it has finallyRead More

How to Use the Sharing Economy to Benefit Your Business

Running a small business has a lot of perks to it. A huge budget usually isn’t one of them, so small businesses have to continually look for ways to stretch a dollar and make the most out of the operating budgets they do have. Finding ways to save on expenses while increasing profits is necessaryRead More

Chrome OS is ready to use printers without the cloud

Despite decades of attempts to straighten out the connections between printers and computers, it’s a situation that always (at least for me) seems to have an extra complication. On Chrome OS, ever since launch it has by default relied on Google Cloud Print and compatible printers to get the job done, but now that versionRead More

McDonald’s to Use Snapchat to Hire Workers in the US

HIGHLIGHTS McDonald’s will hire some US workers this summer through Snapchat About 250,000 people will be hired across its US restaurants The chain started accepting “Snaplications” in Australia last month In its bid to attract young applicants, American fast-food chain McDonald’s will hire some US workers this summer through the photo-sharing app Snapchat. The world’sRead More