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Google Duo

Google have released Duo, an insanely simple video calling app for Android and iPhone. The  FaceTime rival is now available for download and free to use. The aim is to make video calling as easy and reliable as possible, Google Duo stops you worrying about whether your call will connect, or if your friend is using the same type of device as you are. The entire user interface is designed to be intuitive and simple to use, a video call can be initiated with just a single tap. Duo works well even on slower networks, and will switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data automatically without losing your call. Another cool feature is "Knock Knock” which lets you see live video of your caller before you answer. watch the video below



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MANUAL

In today´s world, with our smartphones always at hand, many of us see no need for a point-and-shoot, but although the smartphone cameras have improved immensely over recent years, they still lack DSLR-like controls. Manual is a new app that aims to change that, the beautiful interface gives you complete control over stuff like shutter speed, ISO, white balance, focus and exposure compensation. You can also monitor automatic exposure values and a histog...
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MY CLOUD | PERSONAL CLOUD STORAGE

Finally! a cloud service of your own, for a one-off price and no monthly subscription! From today Western Digital has a new cloud storage system called "My Cloud", it allows you to save everything in one secure place and access it from any place in the world(via a free app) with your PC, Mac, smartphone or tablet. Another cool feature is it also works as a entertainment center, allowing you to stream movies and TV shows from the system. watch the video ...
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SPRNG CLIP

Apple Earpods are pretty good, the main problem is keeping them in your ears. Sprng Clips designed by OHM, are a small, simple fix to the problem. The inexpensive accessory snaps on to the earpod stem making them stay put. The rubber tipped clip snaps into the concha of the ear holding the earpod in place with very little pressure, you can adjust the fit by sliding it up and down. The Sprng´s simple and clean design is reminiscent of Apple products. [thanks Frank] w...
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