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Mattebox | Virtual Dslr Iphone App

Mattebox is a new app for the iPhone camera. The app features dual-stage shutter release, meaning that it lets you half-press the shutter release to lock the exposure and focus. With Mattebox you can also view the exposure info, it displays your chosen shutter speed, ISO, focal distance and aspect ratio. Mattebox has a clean and streamlined interface and was designed from the ground up with the heart of a luxury point and shoot. Mattebox is available exclusively at the App Store. Watch the video

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PlayStation Now for PC

Could this mean the death of gaming consoles? PlayStation Now will soon let you play anywhere you have a PC! Sony has announced that its streaming service PlayStation Now is ”making the jump” to Windows PC, bringing an array of PlayStation-exclusives. PC users will now have access to over 400 of the PlayStations best titles (including Uncharted, God of War and Ratchet & Clank) and youll be able to enjoy them with a DualShock Controller and a wireless adapter. Th...
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Sooshi is an app for those with a serious raw fish addiction. We ourselves are big fans of sushi, so we were delighted to discover this app. The beautifully designed app displays tons of information about what sushi is, it teaches you in a simple and elegant way the ins and outs of making sushi, and finds the best sushi places to eat it at. via Also check out our popular roundup on gifts for the Sushi Lover...
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Netatmo is a personal weather station, the kit comes with a pair of sensors that monitor your living environment and wirelessly transmits all your data to your Smartphone. It also includes the Netatmo App that displays your Stations indoor and outdoor measurements, into clear and comprehensive dashboards, graphs and notifications. It measures temperature, barometric pressure, humidity, CO2 concentration, noise pollution... and reminds you to ventilate, at the right ...
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