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EasyBlog 5.1.2 Stable Is Now Available

It looks like EasyBlog 5.1.2 was one the fastest ever release in Stack Ideas history. I'm really honored to be sharing with you today that EasyBlog 5.1.2 stable is now available.

For the benefit of those who weren't familiar with EasyBlog, let me bring you through some of its key features which were mostly highlighted by Mark previously and you could read about it here

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Brand New Look For StackIdeas

We have just revamped the entire look and feel of the site and we are pleased to present you with our new site. It has been bothering us for quite a while now, as the site is starting to show it's age but due to time constraints we weren't able to update it. 

Since we had to also update the product page of EasyBlog to adapt to the look and feel of EasyBlog 5.1, we decided to take this opportunity to update our site. 

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Dyson, maker of high-end vacuums, fans, and hair dryers, just announced the newest version of its combo purifier and bladeless fan, one that the company says has a more advanced filtration system intended to trap harmful gases.

The new Pure Hot + Cool Link Air Purifier looks similar to last year’s Pure Cool Link Purifier, but the new model has a next-generation filter with an “extra layer of activated carbon” that is coated with Tris, an antimicrobial agent. It’s not only designed to capture particular matter, like smoke, dust, and pollen, but now is also capable of trapping harmful gases like formaldehyde, benzene, toluene, and naphthalene, Dyson claims.

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Apple customers who bring their fourth generation iPad in for servicing at Apple Stores and authorized service providers might soon get their unit replaced with an iPad Air 2, according to 9to5Mac.

The fourth generation iPad was originally released in 2012 and replaced with the iPad Air 2 in 2014. Apple will typically replace models brought in for servicing, and as available stock dwindles, the company has told its service employees that the unit “may be substituted to iPad Air 2”, according to a memo obtained by 9to5Mac. The memo also instructs employees to note inform customers that the iPad had some slightly different storage options — 32GB and 128GB, while the fourth generation 16GB and 64GB options were discontinued, meaning that...

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The Light L16, a DSLR-quality device that crams 16 cameras into one body, is nearing its ship date and today we’re getting a look at some final production photos, via Petapixel. The 52-megapixel camera looks mostly similar to when we last saw it in 2015, but it appears the lens moved around a bit to fit in the flash.

Unfortunately, the only shots available are of the back and some parts of the side, which now has flatter edges, presumably for better grip. No clue on what the controls will look like on the other side, or where USB ports will be.

The Light L16 will retail for $1,699 (a little over $100 per camera, not a bad deal, I suppose) and will beginning shipping on July 14th to those who’ve already preordered. The company is not...

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Truth is in trouble. Fake news. State disinformation campaigns. Facebook bubbles. But even as our deeply polarized electorate sets fire to The Enlightenment, there’s one shred of common belief that unites the right and left-wings of the world: the idea that Comcast is Bad. It’s downright patriotic.

Former Arkansas governor and presidential candidate Mike Huckabee, who spent years making the case that President Obama was an existential threat to America, has found an even bigger threat: Comcast. After missing a service appointment today, Huckabee responded proportionally by comparing Comcast to the mafia, cold molasses, root canals, United Airlines, and North Korea.

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