The newly launched, version of Android comes with its own range of exciting features, ranging from apparent visual effects to not-to-apparent security fixes.One of the apparent features being a user account system, Restricted Profiles as Google calls it. The purpose of the new user account feature, (i guess not much explanation required) is merely to ensure that multiple-users-on-a-single-device dont have much trouble managing their docs e.t.c. and yes it also kinda improves privacy, i.e. files you dont want other users to access.
Then there’s the support for Bluetooth Smart Devices, and yes some sort of built–in anti-virus tool, which i think wasnt there in the earlier versions, Actionable Notifications e.g. instant-reply to a just-received email, right from the notification bar, oh and it also includes dynamic widgets(that resize by themselves 😀 ), a smart-share feature, called the Android Beam similar to the Galaxy s3’s S-beam.
Another of its amazing features is the Photo Sphere, which is similar to a panorama but that’s like a cyllinder while this is more like a whole sphere. Panoramas capture 360° horizontaly, while a Photo sphere captures 360° in any direction.
Not everyone bothers to research on the subject, but almost every one of us comes to think of it. Photoshop truly is one of a kind; at least what most fans say, and satisfied with it, no one bothers to look for an alternative. However, it so happens that PS aint free, and that can be a bit of a problem, seeing as most people just need it as a side software, and arent exactly graphic designers, and thus to them, PS is not at all worth the money.
So they dont have much of an option but to use the trial, or pirate it.But there are those who dont feel too good about Piracy, or maybe they just dont wanna go for pirated software, OR maybe they think that pirating, the PROCESS, is not worth the time and effort or is a bit too taxing, and thus they prefer going for an alternative.The best Photoshop Alternative i ever came across, is the Gnu Image Manipulation Program, mainly known as GIMP. GIMP has almost all the features of PS, at least most of them, or more like all that I knowof. But well im no expert, nor much of a Graphic designer, so I wont make a good judge but still, the tool is definitely worth a try for those who are looking for an alternative to photoshop. Oh and I’d like to add that its UI can be a bit confusing for PS users, as its totally different from what i expected, but it works too, just different 🙂 .
The Ubuntu Edge is an upcoming state-of-the-art smartphone, more-like, just a project for now, that would feature the fastest multi-core processor they can get their hands on, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage, and LTE antennae on either side.
But the thing that makes it unique is.. that’s right, you’ve guessed it; yeah, no rear camera 🙁 . Just kidding. Actually, it dual-boots Android and Ubuntu touch.
The idea behind the project being, porting a complete desktop OS into a phone, when docked, the Ubuntu OS will start on your computer, running right from the phone.
Well, do check out the video, i.e. if u havent already.
Linux and Windows, two of the most widely used OS’, and ‘which one is better’ is highly debatable. Now both have their own pros and cons, and well, experience can be a bit different and frustrating, when switching from one to the other.
Well, a common problem usually faced, especially by those who go for a dual-boot, is that Windows cant read/write/access Linux partions, while on the other hand, Linux can Windows’. But there are a variety of tools available that do enable you to access Linux partitions through Windows. Some only offer the read feature, while some even let you write changes to the disk.
After trying a whole bunch of them, the best i could find was the ParagonExtFS. This one works on all 3, i.e. XP, 7 and 8, and it has no confusing UI to deal with. Just a simple mount feature, just as in Linux, and thats it. Now you can Explore, view and edit Linux files through the Windows Explorer.
You can download ParagonExtFs from here. Yes you have to register, but well doesn’t exactly matter. Just fill in the form with whatever’s required and click submit.
Now, check your email, i.e. the address you provided while filling in the form, for an email from eservice@paragon-software, that contains the download link. Installing and operating is relatively easy, once installed, just run it, and a box will popup carrying a list of partitions; Linux ones marked yellow. Select a partition and mount it; specify a drive letter and thats it. Now you can explore the partition normally through the windows explorer.
Celestia is a 3D simulator of the Solar System. It’s pretty amazing actually. You can move about, lock onto planets, land on their surface. It’s not exactly limited to the solar system, more like the Universe, i.e. as much of it is known to mankind. You can even move out and visit other galaxies, systems, e.t.c.
It also has a “TLC Feature 😀 ” that enables you to speed up or slow down time, or even stop it, or reverse it. That;s not all, it has a lot of features and is definitely worth trying.
Installing it in Ubuntu is relatively easy, simply fire up a terminal(CTRL + Alt + T), and paste the following code: sudo apt-get install celestia-gnome
Well As You Know S4 League is Getting Better And You get Pleasure BY having Fun and we all Dramed of using dual pistols in a game with cool skils (or maybe not) S4 Gave us dual magmum and a Capsule that is both For Ben and buyable credits Today my luck was maxed and i got the dual magmum spec edition Called Dual Magmum Snow Drop Well Every Special Edition Weapon needs some specs Like Hp + 5 sp +5 movement +3% and attack + 11 and this is also on the pen shop so you can get it now and get experienced to the Dual Pistolizing of S4
The answer to this totally depends on how long, since when, and to what extent has the person been blind.
If a person has been blind since birth, they’d just have auditory dreams, i.e. all dark, with just voices. but if a person used to be able to see, but lost his sight later, they’d dream just like normal people do i.e. in color, or perhaps, as they get used to being blind, their dreams might reduce to auditory ones, and if they arent completely blind, but cannot exactly dream very well either, and have been this way for a long time, their dreams too would be all blurry and obscure, just like their vision.
I never exactly met a blind person to ask, but well, after researching a bit, and well, applying a bit of common-sense, stated above is what i believe.