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Briefly: Manchester United bans iPads at home games, ArtRage 4.5

updated 10:53 pm EDT, Thu August 14, 2014

Manchester United bans electronic devices later than 150mm x 100mm from home game grounds

UK football (soccer) team Manchester United has announced a new ban on iPads and other tablet devices being brought into Old Trafford by its fans. The restriction was instigated by concerns that fans can record large portions of live matches on their tablets, and so the devices now join large bags, large cameras and liquids on the list of prohibited items.

ArtRage 4.5 released, offers 64-bit support

Ambient Design has announced the release of its latest version of its realistic art software, ArtRage. Featuring a 64-bit engine, ArtRage v4.5 provides speed improvements that enable working on larger canvases and more complex projects. The update also includes new canvas grid overlays, which assist the process of mapping out a design in pixels or proportions. The Pencil tool now supports tile input from one's stylus, which adjusts the angle of the pencil when sketching on devices that facilitate tilt support. Other additions to the update include improved font selection, manual sorting of Toolbox objects and Color Samples and more. Priced at $50, the update is available to existing users of ArtRage 4 for free.

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  1. Spheric Harlot

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    What? The smartphone has a better camera anyway.

  1. Flying Meat

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    It's definitely a bizarre and arbitrary decision in light of smart phone existence. I wonder what their real reason is?

  1. Waragainstsleep

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    Would have made more obvious sense coming from Chelsea. (Sponsored by Samsung)

    Probably is the reason given, they are just dopey enough to think that the bigger screen means the pictures will be higher quality.

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