A very inspiring short film for content creators by content creators. Made by Casey Neistat and Max Joseph. A must watch!
I like the way Nintendo has designed the Switch. It’s all about playing with friends and family. I mean yes, you can play alone if you want to but having someone else is always much more fun. I don’t know how the Switch will be received by the masses but personally, I think it’s a great console with so much versatility and portability.
Also, I am amazed at how Nintendo has made the game cartridges for the Switch fully kid-proof. Don’t get what I mean? Watch the video. 😉
I can count till 576. How? Watch the video. (Spoiler: You can even count higher than 576)
Review of the Google Pixel by MKBHD.
How’s that even possible? Not the best option though but good if you want on-the-go speakers. Handy piece of tech.
Lew from Unbox Therapy did an awesome comparison between in-ear headphones and over-ear headphones. He stated five reasons for each of them telling why either of the two is better than the other.
So if you are hunting for what headphones to buy and are confused about which one (in-ear or over-ear) to buy, these videos might help.
5 reasons why headphones (over-ear) are better than earphones (in-ear):
5 reasons why earphones are better than headphones:
The Galaxy S7 is the latest flagship from Samsung. And it’s a bit thicker than its predecessor, the Galaxy S6. But it’s not always about the thinness of a phone. The thicker S7 provides you with a better battery, less camera hump and less chances of it slipping from your hand. Its 12 MP, f/1.7 camera is really mind-blowing.
Encryption matters a lot when you have a lot of data on your devices and you simply don’t want to get robbed of it. Many people just neglect security, all they want is that their devices should work. Especially in India, people always have one response when asked about their smartphone’s security, “Who’s going to steal it? Don’t imagine things.” And the reality is that theives steal phones not because they want the data on it, but because they want the phone itself. The phone is more valuable than the data on it.
Since a few weeks, I’ve heard many reports of phones getting stolen in our college. And as a matter of fact, they were all high-end phones like, for example, the OnePlus One. And not even one phone has been found yet. *sigh*
As the (dumb) myth goes that the more the megapixels, the better the quality. That’s not the case though!