Application chamber official Google Android now available at Google Play Store

Google Camera

Google just surprise by launching its official application for Android Camera in the Google Play Store, your online application store for its mobile operating system. Until now, this was only available for mobile devices in the home, the family Nexus , but as of today many more users can enjoy this great application that takes full advantage of the qualities of the operating system.

Not only that, they have completely redesigned the interface of the application , changing the button image capture ( although now occupy much more on the screen ) and the position of the camera options. They also include new features such as a way that has been called “focusing effect” , ideal for Macros or blurs in the photos.

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PS4 sold 7 million, nearly double the Xbox One

Sony PS4

Sony still full series in number of sales. As just confirmed a few hours ago in a blog entry , have managed to reach 7 million units sold Playstation 4, which adds to the game 20.5 million achieved last April 13.

The console was released in November last year in the U.S., Europe and Latin America, the date coincided with the release of the Xbox One , getting the latter selling over 3 million units before the end of the year. These figures seem to have been currently stalled and console Microsoft has sold only 4.5 million units , according to VGChartz estimate .

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OpenMailBox: an alternative secure mail to all


With all the recent concerns inherent privacy, and information shared with the companies that for years we offer all kinds of seemingly free services on the net, people increasingly decide to seek alternatives that offer things that before and thought: encryption , privacy , ownership of our data , and a space we do not have to look everywhere advertising.

Just yesterday I commented on the new terms of service Gmail, where Google clearly supports something that was well known long ago: scan the content of all your emails , advertising and offer personalized search results. Microsoft can also check your emails if you want, it does so with Outlook (formerly Hotmail), as we learn after the incident that happened to one of his employees. And none of these services figure our emails.

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QupZilla, fast, simple, cross-platform web browser

When we talk about Web Browsers always think of the super-hyped Google Chrome in Mozilla Firefox , in Safari (if you’re a user of OS X), Opera (especially on mobile devices) and clear in Internet Explorer which is like the mother, is included in the package but not anytime. However, they are not the only alternatives exist.

There are a wide range of alternatives in the Net to navigate, and although often do not become as complete solutions as “heavyweights” above, they are still a good option to consider. QupZilla is a of them, why?, because it is fast, simple and multiplatform.

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Have doubts between two phones? This app helps you decide

App to compare 2 phones

When buying a new mobile the best you can do is to compare phones. This app will help you make the best decision. And if you want to compare other things, you can too.
Usually when we face the task of choosing a new mobile do market research to compare phones. We analyze what’s out there and discarding what we do not want. And in the end, almost always leaving us with just two finalists. And it costs us decide. Well, to help us with this task there

This app collects the characteristics of terminals to compare and face to face. The result is that the end user can make a decision based on facts , not what you say intuition. Although sometimes, what our intuition tells us is best.

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How to check if an email address is valid or exists

Email verification

There are times where you need to verify if an e- mail address actually exists and is valid. You can always send a message to the email and wait to see if you respond or if an automatic response comes with an error indicating that the server could not receive your email. If you do not receive this error message even you could not be sure that the address is valid, and not know if your message has been read unless you use a tool like Yesware that informs you when someone opens the message you sent .

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Google launches Chrome Remote Desktop: Control your computer from your Android device

 Google Chrome Remote Desktop Play

A few days ago they started showing details of Chrome Remote Desktop, a program developed by Google service that would be possible to control your computer from any Android device. Today, a few days later, Google has made ​​it official this service (taking it out of the Beta phase) and has been made ​​available for everyone from the Google Play Store and the Chrome Web Store.

Basically, just have an Android device and a computer on which Google Chrome is installed . After that, we will have to install the appropriate extension for Google Chrome and Android application on your device. Then simply open the Chrome Remote Desktop application on your Android, follow a few simple configuration steps and voila, you can control your computer from your Android device (either a tablet or a smartphone.) It’s simple, fast and fluid: a success in these first tests, the service seems to work fine, with a more than acceptable speed and fluidity , making it a perfect solution for those certain moments when we need to have remote access to our main computer. Of course, in such small screens is somewhat difficult to manage an operating system like Windows or Mac OS X, so it is clear that this application is oriented mainly tablets between 7 and 10 inches. However, as I said above, we can pull through at any given time.

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iTunes Radio makes its first appearance in Latin America

iTunes Radio

Can’re finally waking iTunes Radio from your service restricted to only a few countries? Without any advertisement and totally silent seems that the service has come to Latin America but only partially so active and Ecuador. Of course this is not the official arrival of iTunes Radio to other countries. Yet.

However it is great news for those who have long awaited expansion of this service. This demo is located iTunes Radio Music to Apple servers but access is restricted to iTunes in OS X and not available on other devices such as iPhone or Apple TV, for example. This probably means that Apple is testing the functionality seizing the moment to make appropriate adjustments to the Castilian language.
As you can imagine this is great news that indicates that there is a strong possibility that iTunes Radio appears in Spanish-speaking countries. This, not surprisingly, seems to occur faster than we feared, which is something to celebrate. For example, for the service of Australia, the service began appearing in service began to reappear a month before its release in Australia Canada and the UK much like that in Ecuador a month before its final release . Does this mean that there will be launched initially in Ecuador? Hardly. Although we do not know where, we can rest assured that Apple is testing is usually not in vain.

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Gameloft offers free games for certain models of Nokia with Windows Phone


Gameloft , one of the most recognized in the world of mobile gaming developers, is betting on Microsoft’s mobile platform, as stated several months ago. Today we bring great news for users of Nokia Lumia 625 , Nokia Lumia 1020 , 1320 Nokia Lumia , Nokia Lumia 1520 and Nokia Lumia Icon Gameloft is offering it for free several games for Windows Phone from its catalog for these terminals, according to information Windows Phone Apps . The list of games for Windows Phone Gameloft is then in the name of each the download link is:

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Google admits to check your emails, what alternatives do you have if you do not like it?

Google Mail

Google yesterday updated April 14, 2014 the terms of service Gmail , adding a new paragraph to tell your users that if they scan the content of all emails that pass through the advertising and client to provide personalized search results . This is something that many already knew, others suspected, and that the most naive creatures on the planet refused to accept. The only reason why Google is adding this very illuminating paragraph, because it is facing a class action lawsuit just by scanning emails, and violate the privacy of users.

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