Earlier this month we reported that Dropbox was testing some kind of online service called Project Composer. More details of that service has since emerged and it has been officially unveiled as Dropbox Notes. However at the moment the service is still in its beta phase and participation is by invite-only, although users can request for one.
Unfortunately not much is known about the service for now but it seems to be somewhat similar to Google Docs, at least based on the screenshot above. In the image, you can clearly see that there are at least two people who are editing the document at the same time. This is a feature of Google Docs where users can edit the same document simultaneously, thus fostering collaboration amongst its users. Read full post →Dropbox Notes Wants To Take Google Docs On
Selfies are all the rage these days and it seems that smartphone OEMs and even camera companies are starting to create products that will appeal to users who enjoy taking selfies. For instance Vivo is said to be working on a new phone in the form of the X5 Pro and according to a recent teaser posted by the company, its front-facing camera is no joke.
Assuming we got the details right, it seems that the Vivo X5 Pro’s front-facing camera will be that of a 32MP sensor. Yes, you read that right, its front camera will have a higher resolution than the majority of smartphones out there. In fact its 32MP resolution also means that it has a resolution higher than some compact cameras in the market today, that’s insane! Read full post →Vivo’s Upcoming Smartphone Will Pack A 32MP Selfie Camera