5 Rules of Thumb in photography, Sunny Looney rules

Clicking on a subject is easy but learning photography is no fun at all. I wanted to take great photograph without going through the hassle of learning the technicals. 1. Learning the technical is not too much work (it is just too overwhelming for some). There are only four things (yes FOUR) you need to…

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4.7″ iPhone 6 and 5.5″ iPhone 6 Plus – new iPhones announced

Apple has unveiled iPhones in two different screen sizes – 4.7 and 5.5 inches. Both models sport new designs and higher screen resolution, termed Retina HD display. In the media event held on 9/9/2014, the rumors have proved right in a lot of anticipated specs of iPhones. The camera has remained 8-MP but photography is…

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+1 Button – Google’s new social push

Google has realized the potential of social networking and it has been trying to create a better social networking feature to counter Facebook. Although several of Google’s previous attempts (Buzz, Orkut, Google Me, Wave etc.) failed to create any significant  impact in social circle, it hasn’t given up. Yesterday, Eric Schmidt admitted that he screwed…

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Google bookstore, Nexus S, and Google DRM protection

Google desperately wants to tell the world that search is not the only thing it is best at and there are various avenues it wants to jump into. Let Facebook have higher share of visitors, all Google wants is money. Google has released its own eBookstore. The bookstore is currently US only: Google eBooks are…

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Apple responds to the iPhone 4 antenna problem

Since the iPhone 4 went on sale yesterday, a number of reports have begun to appear online about the users having issues with the signal strength. When the phone is held with hand over the new steel band that encases the iPhone, the signal strengt reduced and loose the connection. Apple’s response to the problem:…

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PacMan – Google’s glimpse to Web OS?

Google celebrated Pacman’s 30th anniversary yesterday with an interactive PacMan Google logo. The birthday cake is all chowed-up – the the birthday party is all done but the cool, interactive, and fully functional PacMan logo is still featured in Google.com. That left me wondering if the PacMan logo signify more than a simple birthday party!…

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iPhone launch in Canada – nothing much to celebrate

When Rogers revealed specifics for the services plans for the upcoming iPhone 3G this Friday many Canadians were not happy. But why? Rogers has set a mandatory three-year contract. O2 offers an 18-month contract and throws in the iPhone for free and AT&T has a two-year contract. In the U.S., AT&T offers 450 minutes of…

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