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Aug
6
2014

Top Five Free Photoshop Alternatives for Image Editing

GIMP

Think about image editing and Photoshop is the first thing that comes to mind. The software is so dominant in its field that its name can be used as a verb! Although it comes with a lot of great features, for most people (especially non-designers) it might just be too complicated to use or too expensive. Thankfully, there are plenty of free powerful alternatives that’ll get the job done. Take a look at five of the best.

Aug
4
2014

A technology to double your Smartphone’s battery life

battery life

Smartphone’s keep getting better in terms of speed and performance, but one thing that has continued to suffer is the battery life. Thanks to the ever increasing use of battery power, these devices, unlike their low end counter parts, will require a charge at least once a day. But now, a change may well be on the way as a new mobile device technology looks set to revolutionize battery charging on smart phones and tablets.

Jul
31
2014

A touching tribute to a Grandpa

Grandpa Photos

Grandpa’s photo is a collection of slides clicked by Stephen Clarke, a WWII Air Force navigator. The website, contains 100 of his best slides and has managed to grab a lot of interests.

Jul
25
2014

Instagram’s Bolt Leak might be a Snapchat killer

Bolt

Instagram has accidentally leaked its Snapchat competitor – Bolt. Some users reported to have seen a banner ad within the app that described the one tap messaging application. Instagram has still not come out with a comment on the incident and neither has its parent company Facebook.

Jul
23
2014

Facebook launches Save – the read-it-later style bookmarking feature

Facebook launches Save - the read-it-later style bookmarking feature

Over the years, Facebook has been trying really hard to become the ultimate news source. From multiple News Feeds to a standalone Paper app and trending topics, we have seen a whole lot of features being added to the social networking platform. Now, almost two years after they took over the ‘read-it-later’ startup Spool, Facebook is ready to show off their own version of it, called Save.

Jul
22
2014

Mi band- the highly affordable, no nonsense fitness band

Mi Band is definitely a tempting offer for anyone looking to inject a bit of smart fitness into their digital lives.

Chinese smart-phone manufacturer Xiaomi recently unveiled its first fitness band called the Mi Band. What makes it stand out is the fact that the device has been priced ridiculously low at just $13. the Mi Band is definitely a tempting offer for anyone looking to inject a bit of smart fitness into their digital lives. It might not be as sophisticated as it’s hi-end counterparts, but considering the price, the device should be a decent buy.

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