Product: LG L5 II
Rating: 4 out of 5 stars
Review: L5 II’s 5-megapixel camera produces images which are crisp and vivid given sufficient lighting. The phone is not pricey at all. If you’re on a budget, LG L5 II’s phone camera is a good substitute for a digital camera. However, I only gave it four stars because the camera is bit sensitive to changes in the amount of light. But this isn’t a big issue because the camera flash fixes everything.
A healthy lifestyle is of paramount importance, and LG’s home appliances can make that easier to attain. The LG GR-J237AGXV refrigerator ensures food and beverages are kept fresher for longer with its air purification feature and 4-step filtering system that removes dust, fungi spore, bacteria and odour; the True Steam Front Load washing machine offers an allergy Care Cycle that kills allergens and mites in the laundry with 100 degrees Celsius steam; and the MJ3281BC microwave oven employs the latest lightwave technology and Charcoal Lighting Heater for healthier and more convenient cooking.
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Amazon changed the tablet game late last year with the introduction of the Kindle Fire (see our Kindle Fire review), a $199 7-inch tablet that – while limited by a slim offering of apps and lower-end hardware – really upended the lower end of the market and proved a dramatic success.
No other manufacturer could compete on both price and features until Google and Asus dropped the similarly priced Nexus 7 this summer. The gorgeous screen, sleek form factor, and pure Android 4.1 UI made Amazon’s once-impressive entry seem immediately antiquated, but we all knew the online retail juggernaut wouldn’t rest on its laurels for long.
While the standard Kindle Fire has been lightly revised and reissued for a mere $159, the new Kindle Fire HD is Amazon’s true effort to fight off the Nexus 7 and upcoming Nook HD. With a totally new build, notably enhanced display, and front-facing…
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A few years ago I scoffed at the idea of embedding LED lights into a T-shirt. Tacky was the word that came to mind. But then Tony Stark made it look cool, so now you can buy T-Shirts that mimic the appearance of an Arc Reactor beneath the surface of the shirt.
I believe that approach can be applied to a few other designs. Seen above are a few examples:
1. The Incredibles. I thought it would be fun to include the “homing beacon” light seen in the film. Ideally it would only go off once per hour, which would be great for battery life. If it were also feasible I’d have it link up with your phone via Bluetooth, so the light would blink when you got a call or text.
2. Razer Electronics. Okay I’m a bit of a Razer fanboy. I dig their use of ambient…
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Finally, additional FB security features to prevent identity thefts 🙂
photo cred | Mashable
Facebook is following in the footsteps of Twitter, Airbnb, and Pinterest by rolling out verified accounts set to debut today! In this day and age where anyone can pose as someone else on the internet and the fact that the term “catfishing” exists, verified accounts are important and at times necessary. Now, when you like your favorite band, musician, celebrity or public figure you can be sure that the information they are posting on their pages is accurate. Similar to Twitter verified accounts, Facebook will also include that signature blue check mark next to the name of the page you are visiting.