Capture One Pro 11: The Best Lightroom Alternative?

The asset management, photo editing and workflow tool Capture One Pro started out life as a simple tethered shooting solution for developer Phase One to provide to their medium format camera users but has evolved into a powerhouse for professional photographers. An original RAW image, right out of the camera, is going to require some …

YouTube’s still monetizing channels promoting pedophilia, Nazis, and extremist propaganda

More then 300 companies and organizations may have received a little more for their YouTube advertising buck than they’d bargained for, according to a CNN scoop. What happened? Companies like Facebook, Amazon, Netflix, and Adidas (among others) who paid to advertise on the platform found their ads appearing on channels promoting pedophilia, conspiracy theories, propaganda, …

Report: 2018 iPhone could cost as little as $550

If you’re in the market for a new iPhone, but the $999 price tag on the iPhone X is a little too rich for your blood, a new rumor suggests Apple may be making a new phone with you in mind. KGI Securities analyst Ming Chi Kuo — who accurately predicted Face ID on last …

For investors, the future of education technology is now the workplace

ASU+GSV has become edtech’s largest industry-facing conference. (GeekWire Photo / Frank Catalano) SAN DIEGO — After several years of waiting for the K-12 market to grow faster, and a couple of years getting schooled in higher education, education technology investors seem to have decided edtech’s future is the workplace. At least that’s the sense of …

TLDR: U.S tech companies are hiring more foreign workers, Amazon reveals Prime membership numbers, Marvel at MoPOP

[Editor’s Note: TLDR is GeekWire’s daily news rundown, hosted by Starla Sampaco. Watch today’s update above, subscribe to GeekWire on YouTube for every episode, check back weekday afternoons for more, and sign up for TLDR email updates below.] Today’s featured stories Amazon’s visas for foreign-born workers surge 78% as H-1B approvals shift from Indian IT firms to US …