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Facebook expands live streaming to desktop site, streaming software is now available for personal profiles Facebook expands live streaming to desktop site, streaming software is now available for personal profiles

Facebook is trying its hardest to break into online video,  between adding live streaming to the mobile Facebook app to creating a 360-d...

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Super Mario Run is out on the Play Store [APK Download] Super Mario Run is out on the Play Store [APK Download]

Super Mario Run is Nintendo's second smartphone game, the first being Miitomo.  The company no doubt annoyed some Android users w...

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Instagram 10.12 allows you to save live video after broadcasting it Instagram 10.12 allows you to save live video after broadcasting it

Instagram Live is one of several ways to live stream from your phone,  but it always had one catch - you couldn't save the broadcast...

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Etisalat Remote tweak Officially blocked See Solutions Etisalat Remote tweak Officially blocked See Solutions

Etisalat Free remote tweak cheat has been officially blocked. Etisalat noticed this error on there server so the had to upgrade there s...

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More images and European pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus leak More images and European pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus leak

Technology leaks aren't uncommon in the first place,  but pre-launch pictures and information regarding Samsung's upcoming Gal...

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Facebook expands live streaming to desktop site, streaming software is now available for personal profiles

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Facebook is trying its hardest to break into online video,

 between adding live streaming to the mobile Facebook app to creating a 360-degree video viewer for the Gear VR. Today the company announced another expansion of its Facebook Live feature, this time for the desktop.

Firstly, Facebook users can now start a live stream from the desktop site. This can be accessed by clicking 'Live Video' from the top of the News Feed or Timeline. Functionality-wise, there isn't anything different from mobile streaming, at least for now.



Secondly, the desktop streaming software (previously only available to Facebook pages) is now accessible to all profiles. I'm not sure if most gamers would choose Facebook Live over Twitch or YouTube, but Facebook seems to think a few will.

You can find more information about the Facebook Live changes at the source link below.

Facebook is trying its hardest to break into online video,

 between adding live streaming to the mobile Facebook app to creating a 360-degree video viewer for the Gear VR. Today the company announced another expansion of its Facebook Live feature, this time for the desktop.

Firstly, Facebook users can now start a live stream from the desktop site. This can be accessed by clicking 'Live Video' from the top of the News Feed or Timeline. Functionality-wise, there isn't anything different from mobile streaming, at least for now.



Secondly, the desktop streaming software (previously only available to Facebook pages) is now accessible to all profiles. I'm not sure if most gamers would choose Facebook Live over Twitch or YouTube, but Facebook seems to think a few will.

You can find more information about the Facebook Live changes at the source link below.

Facebook is trying its hardest to break into online video,

 between adding live streaming to the mobile Facebook app to creating a 360-degree video viewer for the Gear VR. Today the company announced another expansion of its Facebook Live feature, this time for the desktop.

Firstly, Facebook users can now start a live stream from the desktop site. This can be accessed by clicking 'Live Video' from the top of the News Feed or Timeline. Functionality-wise, there isn't anything different from mobile streaming, at least for now.



Secondly, the desktop streaming software (previously only available to Facebook pages) is now accessible to all profiles. I'm not sure if most gamers would choose Facebook Live over Twitch or YouTube, but Facebook seems to think a few will.

You can find more information about the Facebook Live changes at the source link below.

Super Mario Run is out on the Play Store [APK Download]

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Val okoye is a professional blogger who gives review about cheap data bundle and latest cheat,Tech News, How To's Make money online. Etc
Super Mario Run is Nintendo's second smartphone game, the first being Miitomo.

 The company no doubt annoyed some Android users when it announced Super Mario Run at the iPhone 7 launch event, only promising that the game would be available for Android at some point. Now the game has finally arrived on the Play Store.


  

Super Mario Run on Android is starting on version 2.0, which includes four colored Yoshis as additional playabale characters. The Android version shares the same pricing model as the iOS release - it is free to try, but accessing the whole game will require a one-time purchase of $9.99.

Many iOS players have argued that the game doesn't provide enough content, and for an endless runner, I would have to agree. You can download Super Mario Run from the Play Store.
Super Mario Run is Nintendo's second smartphone game, the first being Miitomo.

 The company no doubt annoyed some Android users when it announced Super Mario Run at the iPhone 7 launch event, only promising that the game would be available for Android at some point. Now the game has finally arrived on the Play Store.


  

Super Mario Run on Android is starting on version 2.0, which includes four colored Yoshis as additional playabale characters. The Android version shares the same pricing model as the iOS release - it is free to try, but accessing the whole game will require a one-time purchase of $9.99.

Many iOS players have argued that the game doesn't provide enough content, and for an endless runner, I would have to agree. You can download Super Mario Run from the Play Store.

Super Mario Run is Nintendo's second smartphone game, the first being Miitomo.

 The company no doubt annoyed some Android users when it announced Super Mario Run at the iPhone 7 launch event, only promising that the game would be available for Android at some point. Now the game has finally arrived on the Play Store.


  

Super Mario Run on Android is starting on version 2.0, which includes four colored Yoshis as additional playabale characters. The Android version shares the same pricing model as the iOS release - it is free to try, but accessing the whole game will require a one-time purchase of $9.99.

Many iOS players have argued that the game doesn't provide enough content, and for an endless runner, I would have to agree. You can download Super Mario Run from the Play Store.

Tuesday, 21 March 2017

Instagram 10.12 allows you to save live video after broadcasting it

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Val okoye is a professional blogger who gives review about cheap data bundle and latest cheat,Tech News, How To's Make money online. Etc
Instagram Live is one of several ways to live stream from your phone,

 but it always had one catch - you couldn't save the broadcast after it was over. Both Periscope and YouTube mobile streaming support this feature. Thankfully, Instagram now allows you to save live video after the broadcast is over.

    

After your broadcast has finished, tapping the new Save button in the top-right corner will save a copy of the video to your device. That's pretty much it. You can get Instagram 10.12 from the Play Store at the link below.

Instagram Live is one of several ways to live stream from your phone,

 but it always had one catch - you couldn't save the broadcast after it was over. Both Periscope and YouTube mobile streaming support this feature. Thankfully, Instagram now allows you to save live video after the broadcast is over.

    

After your broadcast has finished, tapping the new Save button in the top-right corner will save a copy of the video to your device. That's pretty much it. You can get Instagram 10.12 from the Play Store at the link below.

Instagram Live is one of several ways to live stream from your phone,

 but it always had one catch - you couldn't save the broadcast after it was over. Both Periscope and YouTube mobile streaming support this feature. Thankfully, Instagram now allows you to save live video after the broadcast is over.

    

After your broadcast has finished, tapping the new Save button in the top-right corner will save a copy of the video to your device. That's pretty much it. You can get Instagram 10.12 from the Play Store at the link below.

Monday, 20 March 2017

Etisalat Remote tweak Officially blocked See Solutions

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Etisalat Free remote tweak cheat has been officially blocked.

Etisalat noticed this error on there server so the had to upgrade there server.


But nevertheless, we can't stop browsing free. You can still manage Etisalat Free daily 60Mb you can use this data daily.

The data can be used automatically on Tweakware VPN without any manual settings. 

= on the menu, select Etisalat 0.0K cheat then connect.




It might be small, but you can conserve the data by switching off some background applications on your device or using Grid Data Manager to check your applications and how much data it has used.



Stay Glued to this Blog, More free browsing tricks are coming.!
Etisalat Free remote tweak cheat has been officially blocked.

Etisalat noticed this error on there server so the had to upgrade there server.


But nevertheless, we can't stop browsing free. You can still manage Etisalat Free daily 60Mb you can use this data daily.

The data can be used automatically on Tweakware VPN without any manual settings. 

= on the menu, select Etisalat 0.0K cheat then connect.




It might be small, but you can conserve the data by switching off some background applications on your device or using Grid Data Manager to check your applications and how much data it has used.



Stay Glued to this Blog, More free browsing tricks are coming.!

Etisalat Free remote tweak cheat has been officially blocked.

Etisalat noticed this error on there server so the had to upgrade there server.


But nevertheless, we can't stop browsing free. You can still manage Etisalat Free daily 60Mb you can use this data daily.

The data can be used automatically on Tweakware VPN without any manual settings. 

= on the menu, select Etisalat 0.0K cheat then connect.




It might be small, but you can conserve the data by switching off some background applications on your device or using Grid Data Manager to check your applications and how much data it has used.



Stay Glued to this Blog, More free browsing tricks are coming.!

More images and European pricing for the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 plus leak

author-pic About author
Val okoye is a professional blogger who gives review about cheap data bundle and latest cheat,Tech News, How To's Make money online. Etc
Technology leaks aren't uncommon in the first place,

 but pre-launch pictures and information regarding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus in particular have been hugely abundant. We've seen press shots, we've seen live pictures and videos; hell, we've even seen leaked documents from other devices confirming some highly-anticipated features. Now, serial leaker @evleaks has spilled some more pictures of the S8 lineup, as well as some pricing details.



In this picture, we can see both the 5.8" S8 and the 6.2" S8 plus. The S8s are on the top row, while the S8 pluses are on the bottom. It would've been pretty hard to distinguish them without Evan's description, but the S8 plus, like most larger variants of phones, has slightly smaller bezels than the standard S8. The 18.5:9 aspect ratio is apparent here, as are the lack of a Samsung logo (finally!) and hardware keys, the rounded edges, and the slightly curved screens.

The colors, from left to right, are Black Sky, Orchid Grey, and Arctic Silver. Black and silver are pretty standard smartphone colors, but Orchid Grey appears to be the rumored violet color. Also worth noting is the black S8's darker frame, which we saw on the Black Onyx Note7 (RIP). And while they might not be to everyone's tastes, the black fronts on all three color choices make the bezels appear even smaller than they are - a smart move on Samsung's part. They also hide the wide array of sensors and allow for a more immersive experience. Can you tell that I like black fronts?


Shortly after tweeting that photo, Evan also spilled the beans on European pricing for a variety of upcoming Samsung products: the Galaxy S8, the S8 plus, the DeX dock, the updated Gear VR, and the Gear 360. The Galaxy S8 will cost 799€, with the S8 plus costing 100 euros more at 899€. In comparison, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge retailed for around 700€ and 800€ at launch, respectively. Essentially, we're seeing a price hike of around 100 euros per device. These prices can't be directly converted into USD, but we'd expect to see a price hike stateside as well.


The DeX dock, which allows for your S8 to connect to a monitor and create a new desktop environment, will reportedly cost 150€. The new Gear VR with motion controller will go for 129€, and the Gear 360 for 229€. It's not immediately clear if the Gear 360 in reference is some sort of second-generation model, but considering the current-gen Gear 360's price of 349.99€, it's more likely that this is simply a price cut.

The Galaxy S8 will be revealed in all its glory in just ten days on March 29th. Even though we know virtually everything about it at this point, it'll still be exciting to see the phone in official guise.

Source: evleak
Technology leaks aren't uncommon in the first place,

 but pre-launch pictures and information regarding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus in particular have been hugely abundant. We've seen press shots, we've seen live pictures and videos; hell, we've even seen leaked documents from other devices confirming some highly-anticipated features. Now, serial leaker @evleaks has spilled some more pictures of the S8 lineup, as well as some pricing details.



In this picture, we can see both the 5.8" S8 and the 6.2" S8 plus. The S8s are on the top row, while the S8 pluses are on the bottom. It would've been pretty hard to distinguish them without Evan's description, but the S8 plus, like most larger variants of phones, has slightly smaller bezels than the standard S8. The 18.5:9 aspect ratio is apparent here, as are the lack of a Samsung logo (finally!) and hardware keys, the rounded edges, and the slightly curved screens.

The colors, from left to right, are Black Sky, Orchid Grey, and Arctic Silver. Black and silver are pretty standard smartphone colors, but Orchid Grey appears to be the rumored violet color. Also worth noting is the black S8's darker frame, which we saw on the Black Onyx Note7 (RIP). And while they might not be to everyone's tastes, the black fronts on all three color choices make the bezels appear even smaller than they are - a smart move on Samsung's part. They also hide the wide array of sensors and allow for a more immersive experience. Can you tell that I like black fronts?


Shortly after tweeting that photo, Evan also spilled the beans on European pricing for a variety of upcoming Samsung products: the Galaxy S8, the S8 plus, the DeX dock, the updated Gear VR, and the Gear 360. The Galaxy S8 will cost 799€, with the S8 plus costing 100 euros more at 899€. In comparison, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge retailed for around 700€ and 800€ at launch, respectively. Essentially, we're seeing a price hike of around 100 euros per device. These prices can't be directly converted into USD, but we'd expect to see a price hike stateside as well.


The DeX dock, which allows for your S8 to connect to a monitor and create a new desktop environment, will reportedly cost 150€. The new Gear VR with motion controller will go for 129€, and the Gear 360 for 229€. It's not immediately clear if the Gear 360 in reference is some sort of second-generation model, but considering the current-gen Gear 360's price of 349.99€, it's more likely that this is simply a price cut.

The Galaxy S8 will be revealed in all its glory in just ten days on March 29th. Even though we know virtually everything about it at this point, it'll still be exciting to see the phone in official guise.

Source: evleak

Technology leaks aren't uncommon in the first place,

 but pre-launch pictures and information regarding Samsung's upcoming Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus in particular have been hugely abundant. We've seen press shots, we've seen live pictures and videos; hell, we've even seen leaked documents from other devices confirming some highly-anticipated features. Now, serial leaker @evleaks has spilled some more pictures of the S8 lineup, as well as some pricing details.



In this picture, we can see both the 5.8" S8 and the 6.2" S8 plus. The S8s are on the top row, while the S8 pluses are on the bottom. It would've been pretty hard to distinguish them without Evan's description, but the S8 plus, like most larger variants of phones, has slightly smaller bezels than the standard S8. The 18.5:9 aspect ratio is apparent here, as are the lack of a Samsung logo (finally!) and hardware keys, the rounded edges, and the slightly curved screens.

The colors, from left to right, are Black Sky, Orchid Grey, and Arctic Silver. Black and silver are pretty standard smartphone colors, but Orchid Grey appears to be the rumored violet color. Also worth noting is the black S8's darker frame, which we saw on the Black Onyx Note7 (RIP). And while they might not be to everyone's tastes, the black fronts on all three color choices make the bezels appear even smaller than they are - a smart move on Samsung's part. They also hide the wide array of sensors and allow for a more immersive experience. Can you tell that I like black fronts?


Shortly after tweeting that photo, Evan also spilled the beans on European pricing for a variety of upcoming Samsung products: the Galaxy S8, the S8 plus, the DeX dock, the updated Gear VR, and the Gear 360. The Galaxy S8 will cost 799€, with the S8 plus costing 100 euros more at 899€. In comparison, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge retailed for around 700€ and 800€ at launch, respectively. Essentially, we're seeing a price hike of around 100 euros per device. These prices can't be directly converted into USD, but we'd expect to see a price hike stateside as well.


The DeX dock, which allows for your S8 to connect to a monitor and create a new desktop environment, will reportedly cost 150€. The new Gear VR with motion controller will go for 129€, and the Gear 360 for 229€. It's not immediately clear if the Gear 360 in reference is some sort of second-generation model, but considering the current-gen Gear 360's price of 349.99€, it's more likely that this is simply a price cut.

The Galaxy S8 will be revealed in all its glory in just ten days on March 29th. Even though we know virtually everything about it at this point, it'll still be exciting to see the phone in official guise.

Source: evleak