• EasySplitter Pro Vocal Remover makes it simple to hack any track
    by TNW Deals on November 30, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    TLDR: EasySplitter Pro Vocal Remover makes it simple to isolate song elements to create your own music, karaoke tracks, or just listen to acapella versions on your favorite songs. Maybe you’re a karaoke fan who just loves to crank up your favorite song and belt. Or you might be an aspiring musical artist, painstakingly crafting your own music in a makeshift home studio just like Billie Eilish does it. Either way, it’s usually been difficult to edit and strip out vocals or any other individual component of an existing song without having access to all those independent sound files that…This story continues at The Next Web […]

  • This solar generator set can power your home for up to a week. And it’s an extra 20% off right now
    by TNW Deals on November 30, 2021 at 2:00 pm

    TLDR: Get prepared for anytime the power goes out with the Generark backup battery and solar power tandem, now at a special Cyber Monday price. It’s a crazy world out there. Between fires, tornados, storms, and just good old fashioned power outages, there are a whole bunch of ways your power could go down and stay down for a while. And after suffering outages that affected more than 75 percent of the state and left thousands in freezing cold darkness for days last February, Texas is now warning residents to be prepared for the possibility of similar outages this winter.…This story continues at The Next Web […]

  • Kawasaki is keeping way too quiet about its 3 electric motorbikes coming in 2022
    by Ioanna Lykiardopoulou on November 30, 2021 at 11:59 am

    Kawasaki may not have yet a single electric motorcycle in its lineup but, hey, it did announce last month that it’ll go all-electric for traditional Western markets and Japan by 2035.  And things seems to be going in the right direction already, as the company’s CEO Hiroshi Ito confirmed the launch of three electric motorbikes as early as 2022.  Speaking at the 2021 EICMA Motor Show, Ito said: I would like to share a new commitment with you now: Next year in 2022, we will show a minimum of three electric vehicles globally. That is a promise. And while we held…This story continues at The Next Web […]

  • Give Netflix your phone number to REALLY secure your account
    by Ivan Mehta on November 30, 2021 at 11:50 am

    Welcome to TNW Basics, a collection of tips, guides, and advice on how to easily get the most out of your gadgets, apps, and other stuff. I woke up this morning to a horrifying email from Netflix: my account had been hacked. Someone had weaseled their way in while I slept peacefully and changed the account email. I was shocked as I had taken all the right precautions — not shared or reused passwords, etc. — but then discovered an annoyingly simple way I could’ve prevented it. So let me share it with you and save you the pain. When I…This story continues at The Next WebOr just read more coverage about: Netflix […]

  • How my startup completely transformed its revenue model
    by Alex Housley on November 30, 2021 at 7:00 am

    Building and scaling a startup inevitably involves revisiting and changing some aspects of your approach. But one of the most daunting pivots to make is your own revenue model. If you’re considering having to change the way you generate your income, then you’ve probably identified that your revenue model is a barrier to your startup’s further growth. However, at the same time, you’ll likely be dependent on your current revenue model to generate the income you need to keep the lights on and pay your team. In this way, changing your startup’s revenue model while keeping up with your own…This story continues at The Next Web […]

  • Researchers built an AI that automatically generates movie trailers
    by Tristan Greene on November 29, 2021 at 10:47 pm

    You can have Citizen Kane and The Godfather. Keep your 3D films and IMAX experiences. Miss me with epics, sequels, and experimental cinema. The only real film-based art form is movie trailers. When you go to a theater there’s no guarantee you’re not about to sit through a 90-minute stinker. That’s the chance we all take when we fork over $25 bucks to see this year’s blockbuster sequel. But, for my money, it’s always worth it as long as I get there early enough to enjoy the previews. Which is why I’m exceedingly excited over this pre-print research paper from…This story continues at The Next Web […]

  • Does the right to bear arms cover AI guns and killer robots?
    by Tristan Greene on November 29, 2021 at 9:57 pm

    The US 2nd Amendment right to keep and bear arms was added to the Constitution in 1791. In the two centuries since, firearm technology has changed significantly. But the 2nd Amendment hasn’t. In 1791, for example, US citizens were given the right to carry a single-shot firearm or sword in public. Because, well, that’s all there was. In 2021, however, there exists a vast array of weaponry ranging from easily-concealed handguns to assault rifles capable of firing hundreds of rounds per minute with uncanny accuracy. It’s so-far proven pointless to debate whether the US founders would have viewed the right…This story continues at The Next Web […]

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