Posting Photos In Social Networks Leads To Friend Lost

Posting photos on Facebook can lead to the loss of friends. This is the conclusion reached by researchers from the University of Birmingham, who studied 500 social network users. The scientists found that those users who regularly publish their photos, risk to lose a lot of people looking in on their page.

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Will HTC Release HTC One Max In September?

According to unconfirmed reports, the HTC company is working on another version of the smartphone HTC One. New products will have a 6-inch display and work with the Snapdragon chip 800.

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Nexus 7 2013 Showed To Public

Google has unveiled the next generation of Nexus 7 tablet, which has received the same name. The device title will be different in item numbers and year of manufacture.

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Skype Redesign Its Android App

Skype launches new application for Android – the second development in a large scale upgrade of mobile service products under the name Skype Modern, the company said.

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Google Maps Without Clouds

With the help of Google Maps satellite view you can see the finest details of the territory anywhere in the world. But all of these are made from many types of photos that are perfectly clear. Besides, no one has repealed the cloud. But now Google announced that they managed to remove the clouds.

The new “cloudless” snapshot of the entire planet on Google Maps allows you to consider the topographical features of the planet, and also allows a closer look at those portions of the surface that have been presented in a very low resolution.

How a blog Google is writing, to create such images were taken terabytes of satellite data, which were then processed and standardized automatically.

To understand the magnitude of the changes, try to go to Google Maps and satellite mode zoom into the map at any of the places of interest to you.

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Sony Xperia Z Ultra Announcement

Sony has sent out an invitation to the French media presentation of a new device which will be held on July 4 in Paris. Sony Xperia Z Ultra will be the largest smartphone at the moment and it is very thin – only 6.5 mm.

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Little Known Google Services

Google is best known company in the world. And it is mostly known for its powerful search engine and its most popular mobile operating system – Android. But Google is not only concentrated on Internet search, it is also working on a large number of projects that go far beyond search and smartphones technologies. Google is aimed to make their lives easier and safer delivering outstanding products and services. Take a look at this list of great, but little-known products developed by Google.

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Samsung Presented Its New Tablets

Tablets line of Samsung has been expanded with a new 8 – and 10.1-inch models of Galaxy Tab 3. The sales of the gadgets will begin in June 2013 in the world’s stores.

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Superman Edition of Lumia 925

In anticipation of the Superman movie release to the big screens, Nokia is developing a limited number of smartphone Lumia 925 Superman Edition, 925 pieces to be exact.

Sales of smartphones will begin in China immediately after the film release. The back cover is decorated with the logo of the famous superhero, and a speaicl theme is pre-installed in the device.

Regarding other specs, Nokia Lumia 925 Superman Edition will not differ from the original. The same 4.5-inch display, Windows Phone 8 operating system, ​​2-core processor, 16 GB of memory, 8.7-megapixel camera.

The special edition of the smartphone will cost $ 650.

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Jolla – New Member In Smartphone Family

Jolla, the Finnish company, has recently introduced to the world community its first smartphone, which received the same name – Jolla. The device is running Sailfish,  the mobile operating system based on Meego.

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