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Carphone Warehouse has made everyone extra-excited with the announcement that they will be giving away free 7-inch Galaxy Tab 2 for the first 2000 people who pre-ordered the Galaxy S 4. Although the Tab 2 is not the latest by Samsung under this category, there is no doubt that those who placed their orders first will really appreciate Carphone's promo and that no other mobile vendors in the country will be able to beat that offer.


Also, Carphone has not released pricing information for the Galaxy S 4 yet, but on average it will possibly go for £520, without contract.


The Galaxy S 4 was recently launched in a highly-publicized event in NY and it has broken records as the device that has the highest number of pre-registered units. Getting a phone that is as awesome as the S 4, along with a free Galaxy Tab, will just really blow anyone's mind away.


Source: Carphonewarehouse


 

Do you feel that your panoramic video that you taken never came out perfect?  Well this 99 cent app will definitely help.  Available in iTunes, the Cycloramic app automatically spin (handsfree) your iPhone 5 while taking a panoramic video.

 

For starters, taking a panoramic video has never been so easy and fun:


1. Put your iPhone 5 upright on the level surface,
2. Choose number of turns, and front or back camera,
3. Press Go, watch the iPhone spin around automatically and start your show!


Once completed your video will be saved in the library of the iPhone 5.

 

Here's the link on iTunes

 

Check out the demo video below



It's not even a question how Google will be able to create an application or an Android feature that lets it integrate weather conditions with photo editing. It's only a matter of when Google will implement it. In fact, it has already patented the idea and what it would do is to automatically adjust a person's photos instantly, depending on the lighting and weather conditions where the shot was taken, as well as weather forecasts in that particular area. Cool, eh?


Using this feature, Google plans to approximate your location based on information from cell towers nearest where you are at the time of the photo shoot. Also, GPS location can be a source for the weather info. Photos can then be adjusted accordingly.


With these future innovations from Google, the Android OS is really set to becoming a better and more exciting platform than it already is.


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