Smartphones are done

I thought the same thing about the iPhone 4S. But in reality how much more can we expect any smartphone to do?  Sony thinks we need water proof and dust proof phones.  Samsung thinks we need bigger pants/trousers.  Google thinks we need to give them more data. Personally I want a phone that is a…

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Another great post by +G Servo

Useful Photography Tip #38: Maintain a Photography Fund (The Phoblographer)

It is about saving. If you are a photographer earning money from your work, always set aside a percentage to go into your fund. If you can, instead of buying a coffee or lunch, bring it from home and put that money to the side. Everything helps. Photography is not a cheap hobby or career. Plan, nothing lasts forever, especially photography gear

Another great post by +G Servo.  My camera body is six years old and lacks many features ( auto-bracketing, more pixels, higher ISO ) that I need in order to do the photography I want to do.  I did not plan my past purchases and did not focus on what was essential.  I did not…

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Down the wrong Path.

iOS Address Book access should prompt the user for permission – Marco.org The popular Path app was caught uploading and permanently storing people’s entire address books on Path’s servers. People were upset, but what’s scarier is the bigger issue: apparently, this is a very common practice among popular apps. Google+: View post on Google+ Common…

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Quad Core iPads?

What sort of tasks would the general user want to do that would require a Quad core processor? Source: A quad-core iPad 3? Not so fast A quad-core Apple chip powering the iPad 3 is not moral certainty. Here are some reasons why. Read this blog post by Brooke Crothers on Nanotech - The Circuits Blog.…

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