Today, the first Pantech Vega Iron photos were made on a South Korean forum. And not only that, but the device’s official colors have finally been revealed.
Google+ has finally enabled full-size photo uploads from desktop web browsers.
Of the many ordinary and extraordinary things that I can do on my Android device, mobile photography is one of my well-loved activities. Taking panoramic images is a walk in the park on my Android... phone. I can even create 360-degree photos of my surroundings with the Photo Sphere mode of the Android 4.2 Camera. Yet, there’s a very nifty camera mode that’s not much talked about — Hig...
Based on some photos acquired and posted online by the guys over at Xperia Blog, there seems to be a third color version of the Android-flavored Xperia ZL: a red version.
Dropbox for Android gets updated to version 2.3. The latest version allows users to share and delete multiple photos at once, create albums from photos, and more.
The first set of Sony Xperia Z sample photos have just been posted online by Engadget as part of a hands-on preview of the latest flagship Sony smartphone.
It’s 2013 and, thus, time to get excited about this year’s Android releases. One of the hottest releases of 2013 will be the Galaxy S4. Are these leaked photos, specs, and invitiations being leaked real or will we have to wait for the real thing?
The Dropbox beta for Android has received a major update which brings several new image related features, fixes, and tweaks to the app. Dropbox has also added a new feature that will allow users to opt in to the new features before everyone else.
It wasn’t all that long ago that we took a look at a launcher that turned your Android tablet’s UI into a dead ringer for iOS. Some people find iOS attractive and clean while others... may beg to differ. If you’re one of those people who admire Apple’s software then you can appreciate the neatness of iOS’s Photo app interface.
If you want to admire that neat UI...
People who snap shots of all their important life events and manually upload their images to Facebook have a lot of time to spare. Some of them even take the time to tag each photo individually... and add a caption to them. Unfortunately, not everyone has the same amount of free time. The fewer the steps it takes for me to upload to Facebook, the better. It seems that Chris Banes, developer of pho...