Behind the scenes of FortyOneAcres

Dual-lens smartphone cameras are coming, and this is why we want one

Reading this makes the rumored HTC One’s camera so much cooler.

nerdology
nerdology:

I’m not surprised I got this text just now. It kind of plays to exactly what I said about wanting to be able to import and share. It’s obviously not just me. I wonder how Instagram is going to respond.

I don’t know why Instagram is going to address this “issue”. Maybe it has something to do with the quality of the video or the codecs and not being able to apply any of those wonderful filters. But I would see more use of Instagram video if I could cut a video to 15 seconds and import it.

nerdology:

I’m not surprised I got this text just now. It kind of plays to exactly what I said about wanting to be able to import and share. It’s obviously not just me. I wonder how Instagram is going to respond.

I don’t know why Instagram is going to address this “issue”. Maybe it has something to do with the quality of the video or the codecs and not being able to apply any of those wonderful filters. But I would see more use of Instagram video if I could cut a video to 15 seconds and import it.

nerdology

nerdology:

Video on Instagram.

(I’m collecting my thoughts I’ll have something later today / tomorrow)

I’m waiting for my update…I’m wondering if I’ll use it…and I actually might. This is like HTC Zoe’s for everyone

You just tap to share. You don’t need to wander around, bumping your phone.

AirDrop for iOS. I guess with that means no NFC for iPhones.

TechCruch is reporting that the first tablet Facebook app is coming not to the iPad but to HP TouchPad…

False TechCruch, the RIM BlackBerry Playbook had the first Facebook tablet app.  Nice try though…

TechCruch is reporting that the first tablet Facebook app is coming not to the iPad but to HP TouchPad…

False TechCruch, the RIM BlackBerry Playbook had the first Facebook tablet app. Nice try though…

The Verizon iPhone Halted Android's Rise...

…Android can be such a dominate platform, if only Google truly took control of their operating system and stop treating customers like beta testers. Customers spend their hard earned money on Android products and they don’t want to to trial test software. I know phone nerds and people who love being on the bleeding edge of tech don’t mind, but the general public doesn’t want to purchase a phone only to have it completely out of date and end of product life within 3 months.

Mighty Text pushes Texts and Calls to your computer

ummm…why can’t the BlackBerry PlayBook do this?!?

Business Insider
I’m not sure I trust this one…I look at people’s bills and on the regular I see people with more data useage than 400mb

I’m not sure I trust this one…I look at people’s bills and on the regular I see people with more data useage than 400mb

allthingsd.com
The big difference between Apple’s service and its two rivals is that Apple will use a “scan and match” system to sync what’s on your hard drive to the cloud, so you won’t have to actually upload the bulk of your library to its servers. Instead, the service will simply mirror your collection with songs it already has on hand. (If it doesn’t have a particular song in your collection, it will go ahead and upload yours.)

Peter Kafka - AllThingsD

6 Ways That iOS 5 copied Android

…#NuffSaid