If the recently leaked photos of the upcoming Microsoft Lumia flagship phones are accurate, we have to admit we are pretty excited for them. Not only do they look good, but their rumored specs also makes them one of the higher-end Lumia devices that we have seen in a while that are comparable to Android phones.
That being said according to a new report, the upcoming Lumia phones are expected to come with a nifty feature and that is Qualcomm’s Quick Charge technology. This is supported by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 and Snapdragon 810 processors that are allegedly part of the upcoming phones. Read full post →Microsoft’s Lumia Flagships Rumored To Feature Quick Charge
The idea behind video services such as Vine and Instagram is to create videos that are short and sweet. For example on Instagram, videos are limited to 15 seconds long. Now if you are planning on recording videos on your GoPro and and don’t want the hassle of trimming your videos for Vine or Instagram on your computer, you’re in luck.
GoPro has recently announced a new feature for their cameras and their apps that will allow users to trim their videos on the fly at the touch of a button. This is done via the “Trim” button which can be found in the camera and on the GoPro app that will allow users to trim videos down to 1 second, 15 seconds, or 30 seconds. Read full post →GoPro Launches New Trimming Feature For Its Cameras And App