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Toshiba U.S. nuclear business loss may be as much as $6.1 billion: Kyodo -

FILE PHOTO: The logo of Toshiba Corp is pictured at its headquarters in TokyoTOKYO (Reuters) - Toshiba Corp could post a 700 billion yen ($6.1 billion) loss at its U.S. nuclear reactor business, much bigger than the 500 billion yen it had earlier flagged to investors, Kyodo news agency reported. Toshiba's shares fell 15 percent in Tokyo morning trade compared with a 0.9 percent gain in the benchmark Nikkei 225 index. Trade was suspended earlier in the day following reports of greater than expected losses at the nuclear unit. (Reporting by Tim Kelly; Editing by Edwina Gibbs)

Wed, 18 Jan 2017 21:08:08 -0500
Apple adds slew of new features to GarageBand for iOS and Logic Pro X - Apple earlier today announced a number of compelling updates to its suite of music creation software with the roll out of GarageBand for iOS 2.2 and Logic Pro X 10.3. Tackling GarageBand first, the latest update now includes the Alchemy synthesizer along with a new "sound browser" that promises to make it easier for users to search through instruments and find the exact type of sounds they're looking for. Interestingly enough, the integration of the aforementioned Alchemy synthesizer comes about two years after Apple acquired the highly revered plug-in and sound library creator Camel Audio. Notably, Logic Pro X received the Alchemy synthesizer treatment just a few short months after Apple picked up the company in February of 2015. As for other GarageBand features, Apple boasts that the software now offers users a number of new music recording options. Recording music in GarageBand for iOS also gets easier with Multi-Take Recording, giving users multiple passes to capture their best performance and the ability to audition and switch between their favorite takes. The release also features a redesigned Audio Recorder that adds fun, one-tap vocal effects and provides users with even more sophisticated studio effects like pitch correction, distortion and delay. Seasoned users looking for even more control over their mixes can use a new collection of advanced audio processing tools, including an interactive graphic Visual EQ and the ability to use third-party Audio Unit plug-in effects for expandable, creative sound design. With respect to the latest iteration of Logic Pro X, the software has been retooled to work with the Touch Bar on Apple's new MacBook Pro. What's more, Apple relays that Logic Pro X users can now remotely add new tracks to a project straight from their iPhone or iPad. "With a new share option," Apple writes, "users can upload a special GarageBand-compatible version of a Logic project to iCloud, which they can then open on their iOS devices and add new recordings whenever inspiration strikes. When the project is saved back to iCloud, any newly added tracks will automatically appear in the original Logic project the next time it’s opened on a Mac." The latest version of GarageBand can be downloaded as a free update for existing users. Otherwise, it will set you back $4.99. Logic Pro X, meanwhile, is available for $199 from the Mac App Store for first time users. Wed, 18 Jan 2017 21:02:50 -0500
A new video from Disney shows how every Pixar movie is connected - One of the best things on the internet is Jon Negroni's Pixar Theory . In it, he outlines how every Pixar movie is connected, and how they all exist in the same shared universe (almost like the Marvel movies). The studio has never confirmed or denied if its movies do in fact take place within the same universe, but this week, Disney shared a video on Facebook that has everyone theorizing about the possibility once again. On Sunday afternoon, a video titled "Pixar Easter Eggs" was published on the official Toy Story Facebook page . Throughout the video, we see characters who feature prominently in one film make a cameo appearance in another. For example, a toy of Arlo the dinosaur appeared momentarily in a scene of Monsters University two years before The Good Dinosaur arrived in theaters. You can see all the other connections between Pixar films in the short video below: Pixar has been making sly (and not so sly) references to its movies for decades, but it's great to see a majority of them all in one place. It might not be explicit confirmation of the Pixar Theory, but it sure feels like it. Now we have to wait and see what easter eggs Pixar includes in Cars 3 this summer . Wed, 18 Jan 2017 20:31:27 -0500 | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | | |