England boss Mark Sampson says his team have three weeks to turn themselves into “legends” before Wednesday’s Euro 2017 match against Scotland.
Until now, any Facebook Page that posted a link could change the headline, body text and image that appeared in the News Feed preview. To combat false news without stifling responsible publications, Facebook is now starting to disable the ability of all Pages to edit the previews of the links they post in the Page composer or API, with an exemption for some original publishers. Read More
Destiny 2‘s major May reveal event in Los Angeles came with a substantial hands-on demo, and I walked away from it pretty impressed. Some fans were kinder to the sequel’s unveil than others—with many wondering if this was really worthy of its “sequel” designation. Those fans didn’t get to play what I played: the new, monstrous Inverted Spire “strike” mission.
That changed on Tuesday (for those who jumped through Bungie’s pre-release hoops) with the launch of the Destiny 2 closed beta. Anybody who pre-ordered the game for PlayStation 4 can now redeem a code and download the beta, which will be live until this Friday. Xbox One players must wait 24 hours longer for their shot, on Wednesday, July 19 because of whatever fat check Sony wrote years ago.
Adobe today updated its Lightroom apps for the iPad and the iPhone, introducing a new selective brush, a details tab, a refreshed interface for the iPad, and enhanced support for features like the Apple Pencil and 3D Touch.
Both Lightroom for iOS and Lightroom for iPad feature a new Selective Brush tool, which can be used to selectively paint enhancements on any part of an image. On the iPhone, the Selective Brush takes advantage of 3D Touch for pressure sensitivity, and on the iPad Pro, the Apple Pencil can be used for the same effect. The Selective Brush works with exposure, brightness, clarity, and more.
Adobe has also added the ability to selectively erase linear and radial gradients for a wider range of effects, and there’s a new Details Tab that offers global control over sharpening and noise reduction. On the iPhone, there’s also a new “Show Highlight Clipping” feature available when using the in-app camera that displays overexposed areas to allow users to adjust exposure before capturing a photo.
For the iPad version of Lightroom, Adobe has introduced an entirely new interface that’s designed for the larger screen of an iPad.
Ireland’s Jason Smyth confirms his status as the world’s fastest para-athlete by winning a second gold at the World Para-Athletics Championships.