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Friday, May 31, 2013

DAEMON Tools Pro (Advanced) v5.2.0.0348

Mount *.mdx, *.mds/*.mdf, *.iso, *.b5t, *.b6t, *.bwt, *.ccd, *.cdi, *.bin/*.cue, *.ape/*.cue, *.flac/*.cue, *.nrg, *.isz disc images to a virtual drive
Convert images from all supported formats to *.mdf/*.mds, *.mdx, *.iso
Make .iso, *.mds/*.mdf and *.mdx images of CD, DVD, Blu-ray discs
Make a compressed disc image or split the image to several files
Protect images with password

Create or edit images with powerful Image Editor
Burn created images to media discs
Burn images with RMPS data
Compose your own images of selected type (CD/DVD disc) with preferred file system (ISO9660+Joliet, UDF)
Master bootable discs or images
Manage your Image Collection

Emulate up to 32 DT and SCSI devices in all
Use 4 virtual IDE devices for advanced emulation
Mount images to physical IDE/SATA devices via advanced attaching functionality
Perform image mounting to local NTFS folders
Get detailed information about physical and virtual devices' properties
Customize virtual drives: change a drive letter, DVD region, etc

Customize user Interface for main application and Image Editor
Use powerful Command Line Interface for automation purposes
Enable DAEMON Tools integration to Windows shell
Use File Associations to mount images right from Windows Explorer or any other file manager
Customize Windows Explorer context menu for images and virtual devices
Get quick access to your Image Catalog via Windows Explorer
Perform basic actions via handy DAEMON Tools Gadget on Windows Desktop

MountSpace - virtual disc usage statistic on-line service

Keep track of the disc image usage statistic
Find out Top 100 most popular images
Search other discs similar to yours
Search for disc images that you are missing
Browsing for most relevant gameplay videos and much more

Windows 2000 SP4 32-bit
Windows XP SP3 32-bit / SP2 64-bit
Windows Vista 32-bit / 64-bit
Windows Server 2008 32-bit / 64-bit
Windows 7 32-bit / 64-bit
Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit

1. Install Program
2. Follow the Patching instruction given in patch folder
3. Done, Enjoy


Posted By fralyx 5/31/2013


SpaceSniffer is a freeware and portable tool application that lets you understand how folders and files are structured on your disks. By using a Treemap visualization layout, you have immediate perception of where big folders and files are placed on your devices. Treemap concept was invented by Prof. Ben Shneiderman, who kindly permitted the use of his concept into this tool.

Start a scan process and see the overall situation. Bigger are the elements on the view, bigger are folders and files on your disk. You need more detail on a big folder? Just single click on it. The selected element will be detailed with its content.

Need more and more detail? Keep selecting elements and they'll discover their secrets to you. Need a larger view of a small folder? Then double click on it, and it'll zoom to the full extent of the view.

If you need to understand why no more free space is left on media, keep following bigger elements. Maybe you want to focus only on particular file types... ok. Just type the file type on the filter field (example: *.jpg ) and press enter. The view will react and show you only JPEG files.

Want to exclude files? Then type a starting pipe before the filter (example: |*.jpg) and press enter. The view will show everything but JPEG files.

If you want to keep track of examined files you can tag them. Four colors are available. Just hover the mouse on a file and press CTRL+1 to tag it red. 

There are keys also for yellow, green and blue tagging. Use them as you wish. You can also filter on tags (example: :red will show only red tagges files, :all will show all tagged files and so on). You can also exclude tagged files (example: |:red will exclude all red tagged files).

Want to know if you have old files? Type the condition in the filter field (example: >2years) and the view will react accordingly.

You can also filter on file sizefile date and combine all filters

(example: *.jpg;>1mb;<3months i="" yellow="">)

Once you have your result, you can produce a textual report by using the embedded Export Module. You can even customize the report layout to match your needs.


SpaceSniffer v1.1.4.0

Posted By fralyx 5/31/2013

Norton Power Eraser

Norton Power Eraser is a free tool that can be downloaded and run to remove threats from your computer. You can run this tool to scan for threats even if you have a Symantec product, or any other security product. If you cannot start the computer in Normal mode, you can run this tool in Safe mode.

Norton Power Eraser is easy to download, and scans your computer quickly to detect the most aggressive computer viruses. You don't need to install this tool.

Norton Power Eraser uses aggressive methods to detect threats, and there is a risk that it can select some legitimate programs for removal. You should carefully review the scan results page before removing files.


2. Save the file to any location

3. Open the file and double-click NPE.exe
     (If the User Account Control shown, click Yes or Continue.

4. Click Accept

1. Open NPE Window, click Scan for Risks

2. By default, NPE performs a Rootkit scan and requires a system restart. When you see a prompt to restart the computer, click Restart.
(If you do not want to include the Rootkit scan, go to Settings, and uncheck the option Include Rootkit scan) (Requires a system restart).

3. Wait until complete

1. When Norton Power Eraser completes the scan, it displays the scanr results. The items that Norton Power Eraser considers as risks, display the status as "Bad" and recommended action as "Remove". The items that require further review display the status as "Unknown".

2. Depending on your situation, do one of the following:
    a. If you see "No Risks Found, Norton Power Eraser did not detect any risks on your computer", click OK to exit.
    b. If you see any files listed as "Bad", the Remove check box under Action will be checked automatically. It is recommended to remove these files.
    c. If you see any files listed as "Unknown", for each of these files, click the cloud icon next to it. It sends the file to a Symantec server and scans it using the traditional signature-based detection engines.
    c.1 If the Cloud Scan result shows "Bad" for any file, click the Remove check box.
    c.2 If the Cloud Scan result shows "Not a Known Threat", do not click the Remove check box. The file may not be a threat, and needs further analysis.

3. Make sure that Create System Restore Point before proceeding with fix check box is checked.

4. Click Fix.

5. If you are asked to restart the computer to complete the removal, click Restart. Click Yes to confirm.

6. After successful removal of the risk, in the Removal Results window, click Done.

Posted By fralyx 5/31/2013

Norton Removal Tool

Norton Removal Tool -

Norton Removal Tool will uninstalls Norton AntiVirusNorton Internet SecurityNorton 360, and Norton SystemWorks 12.0 from your computer.

If you use ACT! or WinFAX, back up those databases before you proceed.
Norton Removal Tool only compatible with Windows only (XP,Vista,7,8). If you want to uninstall it completely in the other way, you can use this great tool

1. Download Norton Removal Tool. Save it to desktop (or any location).

2. Open the file, double-click the Norton Removal Tool

3. Follow the on-screen Instructions

4. Restart your computer

Posted By fralyx 5/31/2013

Wednesday, May 29, 2013

Vuze (Azureus)

Vuze is the world's most popular entertainment platform for high-res digital video content. With an installed base of 18 million unique client downloads in its first year, 500,000 new downloads per week and 150 content partners to date, Vuze is experiencing unprecedented organic growth.
Vuze attracts and features high quality content from a growing roster of global television networks, premier production studios and thousands of maverick content creators, on the most advanced, most open entertainment platform ever created. Vuze is developed by Vuze, Inc. (formerly known as Azureus, Inc.), with offices in the San Francisco Bay Area, New York, Los Angeles, and London.

The new commercial-grade platform is supported by powerful peer-sharing technology, enabling its vast global community the ability to browse, share, search and discover unique multimedia entertainment in a high-resolution format.

Find the video you want
Discover HD videos on the Vuze HD Network
Find content from across the web with powerful meta-search

Download fast
Download and stream from the Vuze HD Network, or download any torrent file
Download quickly and efficiently with intelligent bandwidth, queue and speed management

Play on all your screens
Sit back and savor the high-quality entertainment experience
Now on PC, Mac, iPhone, iPod, Apple TV, PS3 and Xbox 360

Azureus is a BitTorrent client written in Java
The BitTorrent protocol is a new way of exchanging or distributing data over the internet. Downloading also means uploading, and the amounts of each are linked, to ensure fairness and rapidity in the spread of the file at hand.

To be able to download a file, you first need to get the associated .torrent file. This file, usually a dozen KB in size, is the “signature” of the much bigger file to be downloaded, and it needs special software to be read properly. Azureus is one of those types of software.

If you want to host files yourself, you need a tracker, which is basically a central server coordinating the connections between peers.
Azureus can provide a tracker too.

You will find, as you discover its functionality, that it is easy to customize your copy of Azureus to exactly fit your needs.


VUZE 5.0

Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013


Tixati is a New and Powerful P2P System, 100% Free, Simple and Easy to Use Bittorrent Client. Contains NO Spyware and NO Ads. Windows and Linux Native Versions Available


- Simple and easy to use
- Ultra-fast downloading algorithms
- DHT, PEX, and Magnet Link support
- Easy and quick install - no java, no .net
- Super-efficient peer selection and choking
- RC4 connection encryption for added security
- Detailed bandwidth management and charting
- UDP Peer Connections and NAT router hole-punching
- Advanced features such as RSS, IP Filtering, Event Scheduler
- NO Spyware, NO Ads, NO Nonsense

This version supports any 32 or 64 bit edition of:
Windows XP
Windows Vista
Windows 7
Windows 8
Windows Server 2003
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2012




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Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

ABC (Another BitTorrent Client)

ABC is an improved client for the Bittorrent peer-to-peer file distribution solution. ABC is based on BitTornado which extended from from Original Bittorrent Core System , coded by Bram Cohen.

  • Multiple downloads in a single window
  • Queueing system with priority
  • Ability to customize the information ABC displays
  • Supporing pause, stop, resume, queue, remove operations
  • Minimize to taskbar (and/or system tray)
  • Displaying torrent details
  • Supporting global setting such as upload and download limiting
  • Supporting local setting for each torrent as well
  • Supporting advanced settings from BitTornado
  • Supporting BitTornado's super-seed mode
  • Choosable upload options when download is done [unlimited, timer, sharesize]
  • Torrent won't be blocked in queue, ABC will reduce torrent's priority and force it to queue which user can set timer for these conditions
    • if torrent can't connect tracker
    • if torrent can't get any byte from other peers
    • if seeding torrent has no one download
  • Choosable number of simutaneous download
  • Choosable between download to the specific folder or always ask for the folder
  • Supporting manual adding torrent from both file and url
  • Supporting automatic adding torrent from url (when you click on .torrent file)
  • Including make torrent file program
  • Displaying number of real peer, seed on tracker (for tracker that supports scrape data)
  • Supporing add, delete, queue, pause, stop, resume and query current torrent status via Web Interface
  • etc .. -_-"


Environment : Win32 , Linux (Beta)
License : Python Software Foundation License
Natural Language: English
Operating System: Windows 98/ME/NT/2000/XP, Linux (Beta)
Programming Language: Python
Powered by : PythonwxPythonPy2ExeNSIS


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Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 REVIEW


The Samsung Galaxy S4 is the most hotly anticipated smartphone ever from the Korean brand, and with a glut of top end features, it's the most powerful and desirable device Samsung has created yet.
One of the most impressive things about the phone is the fact the size hasn't changed from its predecessor - the Galaxy S4 comes in at 136.6 x 69.8 x 7.9mm (5.38 x 2.75 x 0.31 inches), meaning there's no extra heft to try to work with in your palm.
However, despite this fact, the screen on the S4 has been increased once more, to a whopping 5-inch display with Full HD resolution. This means the same amount of pixels you'd have seen on a TV that cost well over £1,000 four years ago is now riding around in your pocket.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
Let's not pretend that Samsung is a pioneer in this area though: like a great many features of the Galaxy S4, the phone borrows a lot from the other top smartphones of the moment. Both the Sony Xperia Z and the HTC One have screens that rock the same resolution, but neither of them have the jaw-dropping clout of the Super AMOLED HD screen on offer here.
On top of that, there's a much faster processor packed under the hood, ample storage space for media thanks to an expandable memory card slot, and the likes of 4G, Bluetooth 4.0, NFC and pretty much any other connection you care to mention on board.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
Samsung has tried to supplement this with a tranche of software upgrades too, meaning a more powerful camera, a better way to communicate with your friends and consume media, and interestingly a big push into health through dedicated apps too.
The Samsung Galaxy S4 costs the same as the HTC One, give or take a pound or two, on contract. This will still put it around £35 per month, which isn't too bad for such a high design.
But before we dissect all the possibilities the phone has to offer, let's look at the design. As we mentioned, it's impressive in its form factor, thanks to the sub-8mm thickness, and at 130g it manages to still be light without shaving off so much heft that you feel like you've got a flimsy piece of plastic.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
That's probably the biggest compliment we can pay the Samsung Galaxy S4 - where its predecessor felt a little bit cheap in the hand, the S4 manages to bring a much more solid build and better construction to boot.
So while the "faux metal" band makes a comeback on this model, it looks a lot more premium. And there's very little flex in the chassis when you hold it tightly, which was another problem with the Galaxy S3 at times.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
That doesn't mean that the phone is completely remodelled from the S3 - it's very similar in appearance, so much so that a number of people asking to see it during our review thought we were palming them off with our old S3. The polycarbonate chassis remains, but that brings with it the faithful battery cover, which conceals a removable battery and microSD slot.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
We're not so fussed about the battery being able to drop out of the phone - so few people carry around a spare battery, and nowadays portable charging blocks are becoming so cheap and light that they make much more sense too.
We'd almost prefer something like the Sony Xperia Z, which has a refined and packaged chassis but doesn't need a removable battery: it makes use of a slot instead for the memory card. This integrated nature would make for a slightly more premium feel to the phone.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
However, it's a small gripe with the S4, as while the cover feels flimsy, it's better than it was on the S2 and the S3, and they both sold like hot cakes.
In the hand, the Samsung Galaxy S4 feels much better than any other Samsung phone we've held (apart from the gargantuan smartphones the brand used to make - the i8910 Omnia HD might have been built like a brick, but it felt wonderful to hold). The screen's spread towards the sides of the phone means a much narrower bezel, and the effect is certainly impressive.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
It might look very similar to the S3, but when you take the Samsung Galaxy S4 up close, you really start to appreciate the nuances.
We'd say it feels a lot more like the LG Optimus G range now - when we first picked it up, we were struck with how similar it felt in terms of sturdiness and the polycarbonate construction to the LG Optimus G Pro.
That's no criticism, as the device was well built too, but it has a similar rounded feel. This is intriguing given the history of the two companies, and shows more of a leaning towards the plastic shell from the Asian brands in general.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
Buttonry has barely changed from before - the power button has been shifted slightly on the right-hand side, and is now much easier to hit. Samsung has clearly taken some lessons from the Galaxy Note 2, which has a really well positioned power/lock button.
The volume key is less easy to hit, and could be lower down in our eyes, but the travel on both of these buttons is satisfying, and you'll always know when you've hit them.
The plastic used on the home key has been upgraded too, with a more solid feel under the thumb when you press down to get back to the main home screen. The two buttons flanking it give you access to menus or take you back from whence you came, and while both are easily hidden, they light up nicely with an even glow when called into action.
There are loads of sensors on the front of the phone above the screen, including cameras to track your eyes, a 2MP camera for HD video calling and a proximity sensor for knowing where the phone is in relation to your ear. On the white review unit we had, their presence looks rather ugly either side of the generous earpiece, but on the darker models this is less of an issue.
Samsung Galaxy S4 review
The other notable addition to the design of the Galaxy S4 is the infra red blaster on the top of the phone. This enables you to control your TV, satellite box, DVD player, amp and even air conditioner. Again, this isn't a new feature, but it works well in practice, and despite being small is powerful enough indeed.
Other than that, there's not a lot more to say about the design of the phone, as it's just a little underwhelming. We know it's unfair to lambast a brand for not overhauling the design every year, but in the One X and the One, HTC has proven that it is possible to offer up a new design each time around and still keep things attractive.
Looking so similar to the Galaxy S3, you can't help but feel Samsung has gone a little too Apple and created something more in keeping with the Samsung Galaxy S3S - a minor update to a great phone to keep those coming out of contract happy that they have a premium phone to upgrade to.
We do implore you to get the phone in your hand before making a judgement though - while it's not got the best design on the market when it comes to materials, it's a big step forward compared to the Galaxy S3 and allows for a grippy and easy-to-hold phone, with a whopping screen inside.
To just dismiss it for being plastic would be doing the S4 a disservice as it has so much more going for it than that, but it's worth remembering that to a lot of people, the way a phone looks is as important as how much RAM it's got on board and how fast the CPU is - if not more so.

Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

Tim Cook: Wearable tech's nice, but Google Glass will NEVER BE COOL


Tim Cook reckons that wearable tech is "incredibly interesting", but he doesn't think Google Glass will appeal to everyone.

Speaking at the All Things D Digital Conference, Cook hinted at the existence of the rumoured iWatch and dissed the likely popularity of Google's foray into wearable technology.

"I'm interested in a great product. I wear glasses because I have to. People generally want glasses to reflect their fashion, style, etc. So this is difficult from a mainstream point of view," he said. "I think the wrist is natural. I think there are other things in this space that could be interesting.

"There are lots of wearables, but of the ones doing more than one thing, I haven't seen anything great out there. Nothing that will convince a kid that's never worn glasses or a band to wear one*."

He added that the market was "ripe for exploration", but refused to definitively confirm whether or not there would be an iWearable gizmo in the near future.

"I don't want to answer that one," he said, "but it could be another branch of the tree."
In typical Apple form, that wasn't the only product question Cook dodged. When asked about TV, the fruity chief said he didn't want to go into detail but agreed that there was a "grand vision".

He also said that despite the fall in the firm's stock price and market concerns that Apple couldn't pull any new rabbits out of the hat, the company was still capable.

"We have some incredible plans that we have been working on for a while… we have several more game changers in us," he claimed.

On the subject of that pesky stock price, he said that the fall was "frustrating" for everyone at Apple, but put it down to "cycles" in the market. ®

* (Sub-ed: Cook is clearly not aware of an entire generation of hipsters with 20/20 vision currently wearing non-prescription, clear-lensed retro glasses. Ironic, since there are many in Cupertino, and we don't doubt quite a few of them work at Apple...)

Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

Corel PaintShop PRO X5

COREL Paint Shop Pro Photo X5 has everything you need to create stunning photos. The integrated Learning Center and a selection of one-click photo-fixing tools make it easy to correct common photo flaws such as red eye, color and sharpness. Unique makeover tools let you whiten teeth, remove blemishes and paint on a tan, so you can make everyone look their best before printing or posting photos online.

As your skills and confidence grow, you can harness the power of professional-
quality features such as HDR Photo Merge, Histogram, Curves and Levels Adjustment tools to make precision edits. You can even get creative with artistic effects and filters to turn your favorite photos into fun projects to share with family and friends.

Paint Shop Pro Photo, a part of the Paint Shop family of digital imaging and 
photography products, is the most complete, easy-to-use software for creating 
professional digital imaging results. By combining automatic and precision tools with an integrated learning system, Paint Shop Pro Photo helps you produce professional results with power and ease. Filled with one-of-a-kind photo tools sure to please even the most discerning photographer, Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo is the ideal choice for people who want extraordinary photos.

In an exploding digital imaging market, Paint Shop Pro Photo rises above the rest. With the unparalleled power of Automated Productivity Scripts and Dynamic Personalization, Paint Shop Pro Photo increases productivity and enhances workflow like no other digital imaging software on the market. Paint Shop Pro Photo is your complete solution for print and Web.

Give your photos the professional look they deserve with automatic photo fixes and precision editing tools for fine-tuning. When you need help, the built-in Learning Centre is there to make it easier. Paint Shop Pro Photo delivers a complete set of 
photo editing tools to help you create professional-looking photos fast! By 
combining automatic photo fixes and precision editing controls with a revolutionary 
Learning Center, Paint Shop Pro Photo is an easy-to-use photo editor for anyone who 
wants stunning photos.

If creating great pictures is your passion, Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X5 is the 
photo-editing program for you. Featuring a brand-new RAW Lab and easy batch photo 
processing, it's the only advanced photo-editing software to combine photo 
management, creative projects, photo sharing and even HD video slideshows in one 
package. It's everything you need to get professional-looking results you'll be 
proud to share. Ideal for DSLR cameras!

PaintShop Photo Pro X5 is the most rewarding way to enhance your photos and create professional-looking images. Now with a complete RAW workflow, this photo-editing program lets you manage, adjust, edit and share your digital photos all in one place. Accelerate the way you organize, rate, tag and sort with new photo management tools. Make automatic fixes in the enhanced Express Lab, or go deep with a full set of advanced editing tools. Then upload to Flickr, Facebook and You-Tube, create high-quality photo books and projects, print, email or back up photos on disc. It's your entire photo workflow in one high-performance package.

Corel PaintShop Photo Pro X5 gives you the power to easily organize, edit and share professional-quality photos fast. Ideal for DSLR cameras, it combines photo organization, easy batch processing, creative projects, sharing, and now HD video slideshows and a new RAW Lab.

- RAW Lab - manually adjust groups of RAW photos during the loading process

- Enhanced! Express Lab - quickly fix common flaws in this speed-editing mode

- Advanced editing tools - edit fast with Smart Carver, Vibrancy and more

- HD photo and video - import and export HD video

- Integrated projects - create photo books, HD slideshows, cards and more

- Enhanced! Photo sharing - email, print online or at home, and send directly to Facebook,and Flickr

Organize and manage all of your photos fast!
- Edit fast with advanced editing tools, including new Smart Carver
- Fix common problems fast in the Express Lab
- Edit one photo, then apply the changes to many others at once
- Import, make basic edits and export HD video
- Create photo books, HD slideshows, cards and more
- Print, burn to disc, send directly to Facebook, Flickr and

 * Microsoft Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista or Windows XP with the latest service packs installed (32-bit or 64-bit editions)
 * Intel Pentium 4 or AMD Athlon 64 or later (multi-core processor recommended)
 * 1.5 GB RAM (2 GB or higher recommended)
 * 1 GB of available hard-disk space required (2 GB or greater recommended)
 * 1024 x 768 16-bit color display (24-bit recommended)
 * DirectX 9 or higher
 * Internet connection required for online features and tutorial videos

 * Windows compatible CD/DVD drive for installation



Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended Edition

Adobe Photoshop CS6 Extended                   
Adobe Device Central CS6
Adobe Extended Script Toolkit CS6                 
Adobe Extension Manager CS6
Adobe Fonts CS6
Adobe Bridge CS6


•Intel® Pentium® 4 or AMD Athlon® 64 processor
•Microsoft® Windows® XP* with Service Pack 3 or Windows 7 with Service Pack 1
•1GB of RAM
•1GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on removable flash storage devices)
•1024x768 display (1280x800 recommended) with 16-bit color and 512MB of VRAM
•OpenGL 2.0–capable system
•DVD-ROM drive
•This software will not operate without activation. Broadband Internet connection and registration are required for software activation, validation of subscriptions, and access to online services.† Phone activation is not available.

3D features and some GPU-enabled features are not supported on Win XP

CHANGELOG (v13.0.1):

* The Adobe Photoshop 13.0.1 update includes many critical fixes improving security, stability and performance while also addressing a number of high priority bugs with 3D, Crop, Type, Painting, Paths, and Shapes..

* Arabic and Hebrew supported in a Middle Eastern version with full right-to-left language support, Arab/Hebrew features, and an English interface; also in a North African French (Francais*) version with full right-to-left language support, Arab/Hebrew features, and a French interface.


Dansk, Deutsch, English, Español, Français, Français*, Hebrew*, Hungarian, Italiano, Nederlands, Norwegian, Polish, Português (Brasil), Suomi, Svenska, Turkish, Ukrainian, ceština, عربي*, 日本語, 简体中文, 繁體中文, 한국어



Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

How to take a sharper photo with smartphone

It must be for smartphone users wanted to get more sharper pictures when they're taking it in beautiful spots, shows, etc... But some of them may had frustrated with some general problems, such as wobbled or blurred photo, even the smartphones with the most powerful camera.

There are some tips for those who have this problem


A blurred photo, caused by the slow shutter speed plus camera movement. Make sure hands is steady or you can put your smartphone into special holder like mini tripod


Before taking an object, check your smartphone camera lens. Is it dusty or some traces (usually from fingerprint if you touch it inadvertent. Clean it with a soft rag (or any).


Some newer smartphones usually equipped with auto focus. But for some older smartphones, you may use your ingenuity and steady hands


Dark locations or rooms decrease your photo quality but with flash it may help, which makes the photo too bright or blurry caused by the flash


This is for those who are still unsatisfied with the photo which is not sharp enough. Here are some options for you:
a. Adobe Photoshop CS6
b. NIK Sharpener PRO 3 (Photoshop Plug-In)
c. Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5
d. Picasa
e. PhotoKit Sharpener PRO 2 (TRIAL)
f. Corel PaintShop PRO

Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

BlackBerry Messenger will re released on iOS & Android


BlackBerry Messenger goes to iOS & Android

As some of you might know, speculation regarding the availability of BlackBerry Messenger (also known as BBM) on the Android and iOS has initially surfaced back in 2011. Not much has been revealed ever since, but here we are, nearing mid-2013 and we actually have official confirmation that BBM really is on its way towards the Google Play and Apple App Store.

Have you been waiting for this moment since 2011? Is this the first time you hear about this BlackBerry service being planned for Android and iOS? Regardless, you’ll find more official details right after the break.

Thorsen Heins presentation at BlackBerry Live 2013

During a recent keynote presentation, BlackBerry CEO Thorsen Heins has announced that BBM will soon be available for download on iOS and Android devices. The app will be available for free and it will be compatible with iOS 6 as well as Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich or higher.

At this point, Heins expects BlackBerry Messenger to become available sometime this summer. An exact release date could not be given, as BBM is still subject to approvals by both the App Store and Google Play.

As to what the app has to offer, at launch, the amount of features will actually be limited. Both the Android and iOS port of the BBM app will at first support only messaging and groups, but Thorsen Heins did reveal that BlackBerry is planning on updating the app, later on, with other features such as screen share, BBM Channels, as well as BBM Voice.

That’s all we know for now, but we’ll definitely keep an eye out, so stick around if you want to be kept in the loop.

Posted By fralyx 5/29/2013

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