Yesterday, a mysterious photo of what aimed to be of Playstation 4’s contoller has traveled the web. It showed a redesigned controller, but also the presence of a strange area on the front of the controller. Now comes a new photo on the web.
This is a photo of the same device, but taken from a different angle. A new “proof” of the existence of a touchpad how to handle the Vita? Others imagine a screen, simply. But let’s be crazy, why not both at the same time? We can also perceive what could be a 3.5mm jack at the base. As a microphone jack on the Xbox 360 controller?
We will in all cases set on February 20. We will obviously aware of the revelations made during the Sony conference.
So stay tuned cause we’ll let you know all like if you are in top of the event.
Set your callender on February 20’th.
Twitter and Instagram haven’t been the best of pals lately. After the latter was acquired by Facebook, Instagram quietly pulled the ability to display image previews on Twitter, making people view the images on their own new site.
We knew good and well it was coming, and come it has : Twitter has begun its all-out assault on Instagram (and in turn, Facebook) by including its own set of (free) photo filters. As of now, just the Android version has been updated with the new lenses, but we’re expecting iOS and the rest to follow suit in short order. Much like Flickr did earlier this year, Twitter has tapped Aviary to power all of the company’s filters and effects.
As of now, users will find just eight filters — ranging from “black and white to vintage” — while the grid view enables you to preview how your image would look if any of the eight were applied. You’ll also be able to crop, as well as pinch to zoom in order to focus attention. Moreover, there’s an “auto-enhance” feature that’ll add a little whiz-bang to whatever you managed to snap, and if you’re still struggling to wrap your brain around it, there’s an introductory video waiting just after break. (As well as a (NSFW) video that speaks the truth about all of these filters.)
Via : VentureBeat & Twitter
If you’ve found that Microsoft’s very own cloud storage solution SkyDrive doesn’t quite cut the mustard for you, worry no more as Dropbox for Windows RT and Windows 8 is already on its way. The Dropbox app for Windows RT and Windows 8 is ready and submitted to Microsoft for approval. Lots of people rely on the Dropbox service instead on the Microsoft’s own SkyDrive and it’s certainly going to boost the productivity of the RT slates.
The Windows 8 users had a Dropbox app since its launch (the Desktop one), but the RT owners had nothing but the web client until now. Well, the Modern app should pop up in the Store any moment now.
InstaTwit drama has gone to a crucial way – well that didn’t take too long : After Instagram officially cuts off its photo integration with Twitter, one curious developer has already created a Chrome extension that reverses Instagram’s change on your desktop.
Michael Schonfeld, a developer evangelist at the payments company Dwolla, whipped the InstaTwit extension together in just an hour and a half. Once installed, it places Instagram photos back into Twitter Cards — just as if the drama from this week between the two companies never happened.
“While it’s not a complete solution — InstaTwit won’t help on tablets or smartphones, for example — it’s a nice and simple fix until Instagram can make peace with Twitter.”
Schonfeld notes that both companies could potentially break the extension, but he’s not too worried about that possibility: “On Instagram’s side, they can change the structure of their URL shortener, or even disable direct access to the photo files themselves. In any case, I doubt it’ll be very hard to adjust the extension accordingly.”
Via : Instagram
Instagram is getting ready to open up its collection of filtered images to the web. The photosharing service announced via blog post that it’s going to be rolling out web profiles over the next few days, bringing profile photos, bios and shared images to easily navigable URLs at instagram.com/[username]. If you have photos set to private, you’ll still get a profile, but those images won’t be shared with the web at large. The site also notes that web uploading isn’t currently enabled, seeing as how it’s always been focused on mobile devices. If you don’t have a page yet, you should be good to go within the week. In the meantime, you can check out other profiles in Instagram at the source link below.