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Picture Collage Maker - A Simple and Effective Way to Make Collages!

As one of the most popular products from PearlMountain, Picture Collage Maker is a digital 
photo collage utility that assembles your favorite photos into stunning keepsakes. It enables 
you to create digital collages, scrapbooks, posters, invitations, calendars, and greeting cards within only a few mouse clicks for Birthday, Wedding, Holiday and other occasions.

Anyone can jump right in with Picture Collage Maker. With over 140 gorgeous templates for 
any occasion and numerous customizing features, both casual amateurs and seasoned 
photographers are able to compose stunning collage artworks in seconds! The software 
comes with a large collection of of professional effects, frames, and more. 

You can further personalize your creation by adding aforementioned clip-arts, text with varied and unique fonts, calendar pages, and digital backgrounds. PC3 allows you to resize, rotate, and reposition all of the mentioned elements to make collage crafting fun and 

Picture Collage Maker offers convenient export & share options for the works. Save collage 
as picture, set as wallpaper, send via E-Mail, or print it directly. Users can even create 
custom collage products by uploading it to Zazzle.com to print collage on a cup, a T-shirt or a bag as a special gift.

There’s simply no way you can go wrong with high-class software like Picture Collage Maker! It’s the most fun and easy collage editing software for all ages and levels of computer literacy!

Picture Collage Maker is compatible with Windows 8/7/2000/XP/Vista. A personal license costs $39.90. 15-day free trial version always has a watermark on output files, if you want to get rid of it, the full version should be purchased. Once you pay, unlimited number of collages can be easily made. 30-day money back satisfaction and free lifetime support are guaranteed.

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Karbonn Android One Sparkle V, Micromax Canvas A1, Spice Dream Uno @ Cheapest Rate

Android One Specifications, Features and Comparison

Karbonn launches Sparkle V Android One phone for INR 6,399

The Karbonn Sparkle V is here and how! Built for the fast paced souls, this phone strives to give you the best user experience you could ever have.
Design and Display
The phone comes in handy with a colourful and bold google designed interface making it an intuitive experience for the user. One can also customise the home screen of  the phone by inserting the Android apps and wallpapers of their own choice and play around with it.
Also, with the Sparkle V, you can find, lock or delete your content remotely using the Android Device Manager, not to forget the latest security features from Google.
Android One Karbonn Sparkle V is a perfect answer to the
generation next! You can unlock your phone with a password, PIN code, pattern or even use the image of your face! This is indeed the next generation – next level.

Karbonn Sparkle V specifications
Display: 4.5-inch FWVGA IPS, 854x480p
Processor: 1.3GHz MediaTek quad-core
Memory: 1GB of RAM, 4GB of on-board, microSD card slot, 35GB of free Google Drive storage
Cameras: 5MP rear, 2MP front
Size: 66x113x10.4mm,
Connectivity: Dual-SIM, 3G, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS
Battery: 1700 mAH
OS: Android 4.4.4

Micromax Canvas A1 with Android One
Shop this latest Micromax smartphone with Android one, only on Amazon.in. Get exciting launch offers.
The first of the Android One devices is here. And we have been lucky enough to get our hands on the Micromax Canvas A1, one of the three smartphones launched by Indian manufacturers on the new Google platform. Here is what we thought of the new phone. Specs: 4.5-inch (854x480p, 218ppi) capacitive touch screen | Mediatek 1.3 GHz quad core processor | 1GB RAM | 134mm height, 68mm width, 9.3mm depth and 140g weight | 2MP front and 5MP rear camera | 4GB internal memory with 32GB expandable slot |  Wifi 802.11 b/g/n, 3G, 1700 mAh  battery
Price: Rs 6,499

Spice Android One Dream UNO Mi-498

INR 6,299

Wi-Fi Enabled and FM Radio
5 MP Primary Camera and 2 MP Secondary Camera
1.3 GHz Quad Core Processor
Dual Sim (GSM + GSM)
Android v4.4.4 (KitKat) OS
Expandable Storage Capacity of 32 GB
4.5-inch LCD Capacitive Touchscreen


Enjoy rich photos, videos and games in 480 x 854 pixels resolution. Better viewing angles and striking picture quality - the 4.5 inch IPS LED display of the Spice Dream Uno makes your mobile experience truly enjoyable.

The 5 MP primary camera with autofocus capability lets you click perfect pictures. The 2 MP front camera has been designed to give you an impressive video call experience. Perfect selfies, perfect videos, and perfect 360-degree photosphere - the Spice Dream Uno makes them possible.
Android One
The Spice Dream Uno comes with Android One platform which runs on Android KitKat 4.4. The new Android One platform is easy to use, intuitive, and gets quick software updates. A consistent performer, the Android One platform ensures that your Dream Uno runs faster and helps to improve battery life.


Xiaomi Mi3 sold out in 5 seconds: Flipkart

Chinese handset maker Xiaomi, which debuted in the Indian smartphone market earlier this month, Tuesday said it sold out its stock of its Mi3 smartphone within 5 seconds of going on sale.
This is the second lot that was put on sale Tuesday at 2 pm in the afternoon on online marketplace Flipkart, which is exclusively selling Xiaomi's handsets in India.

"The site saw an unprecedented 250,000 users simultaneously accessing the Mi3 page shortly after the sale opened at 2 pm today. This traffic load was four times higher than the heaviest level ever experienced by Flipkart's infrastructure," Flipkart said in a statement.

It added that the entire inventory in liquidated in just under 5 seconds. After today's sale, the total number of Mi3 devices, priced at Rs 13,999, sold on Flipkart to date is 20,000.



Samsung Galaxy S5: First impressions

There's a lot to like about Samsung's new Galaxy S5 smartphone -among them, its relative lack of features.
Don't get me wrong. The company's new flagship smartphone has plenty of innovations, including water resistance, a heart rate sensor and a fingerprint reader to bypass security passcodes. The screen measures 5.1 inches diagonally, which is slightly larger than its predecessor's 5 inches and much bigger than the iPhone's 4 inches. The S5's camera is capable of taking 16 megapixel images, an improvement from 13 megapixels in last year's Galaxy S4 (Review I Pictures).

What's most notable, though, is Samsung's decision to focus on features people might actually want. Some of the S4's features - such as automatic scrolling of content when you tilt your phone or head - came across as clutter or gimmicks that often didn't work as advertised.

Samsung also simplified the phone's interface. Like other Android phones, the Galaxy S5 is still more complex to use than Apple's iPhone, but the flip side is you get many more ways to customize it, including the ability to unlock a phone by drawing a pattern on the screen rather than using a passcode. In the S5, Samsung plays down or removes many of the S4's less useful features, while rearranging the settings and layouts to make things easier to find.
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Microsoft on One Windows, the future of Windows RT, and more

Terry Myerson, Microsoft's Executive Vice President of Operating Systems, has provided more details of the idea behind 'One Windows'. He also shared updates on the 'Windows Embedded' platform as well as the future of Windows RT.

In an interview with ZDNet, Myerson said the One Windows concept may have been misunderstood. According to him it "is the one developer platform across the Internet of things, phone, tablet, PC, Xbox, PPI (Perceptive Pixel touch displays), the cloud." He adds that through this concept, the developers can target the whole Windows ecosystem at a time, and not keep themselves limited to specific OS versions or devices.

When the future of Windows RT was brought up, Myerson seemed to give further credence to the rumours that a future version of Windows may run on x86 and ARM systems, instead of being a separate fork like Windows RT. "We want to take advantage of the innovations in ARM, he said. "I think ARM chipsets have a bright, vibrant future, and Windows will run on those chipsets."

Furthermore, Myerson was quite bullish about the future of desktop. "We actually value using the desktop. I feel highly productive using it. It's very familiar to me. We plan - (as) we talked about at the Build conference - to bring modern apps to the desktop. We are going to have machines that have a great desktop experience. The desktop is part of our future. It's absolutely core to Windows."
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From Apple to HTC, the biggest tech companies still don't 'get' the Internet

This may sound very familiar - a fan learns something about his favourite brand. He gets to see something in advance and very excitedly wants to share this with everyone he knows. He posts on Facebook and Twitter, and uploads a video on YouTube. And then the giant brand that he loved starts to make threatening comments, and brings the might of its legal team to bear on the hapless fan.
The result? A lot of alienated fans.

What's sad is that one could be talking about just about any major company in recent times. In March, a YouTube user made a video showing the then under wraps "All New HTC One". How did the company's Senior Global Online Communications Manager Jeff Gordon, react? He tweeted, "It's not going to be a good week for you, my friend." Faced with what seemed like the digital incarnation of Don Corleone, the leaker, Roshan Jamkatel immediately tried claiming that it was a fake video, but to no avail.

Apple meanwhile lost not one, but two prototypes across two years, and in the first case with the iPhone 4, had sent police to recover their lost phone from Gizmodo, and had threatened to pursue criminal charges, though they eventually did not.

It's not just the hardware firms that are doing this. FOX went to equally laughable lengths to prevent people from seeing a video of the new Family Guy game, which the company accidentally released early. According to a report on TouchArcade, one of the site's forum users legally downloaded the game when it appeared in the New Zealand App Store, and shared his impressions on video. The company first reached out to the user Hans Kasou and asked him to take the video down until the game was launched officially.

When Kasou did not respond, the company followed up with a copyright infringement claim, blocking his YouTube account, and took it a step further and shut down his Twitch channel as well, because he had briefly streamed the game there.
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LG L70 Dual and L90 Dual with Android 4.4 now available online in India

Two of the latest smartphones in the new LG 'L Series III' range, the L70 Dual and L90 Dual, are now available in India via an e-commerce website for Rs. 14,500 and Rs. 17,499 respectively. However, both the devices L70 Dual and L90 Dual are yet to be officially launched by the company.
The South Korean consumer electronics giant had announced that the L90 smartphone would begin rolling out globally starting March. The company had revealed that the biggest smartphone in the L Series III family, the L90, would be initially available in Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) region followed by other markets.
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Samsung Galaxy S5 India launch event scheduled for March 27

Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy S5 in India on 27 March. As of now, there is no word whether the Samsung Gear 2, Gear Neo and Gear Fit will also be launched in India on the same day.
Sammy Hub first reported that Samsung will unveil its Galaxy S5 in India on March 27; however, NDTV Gadgets has independently confirmed that the launch event will see the new flagship smartphone.
Update: Samsung has officially sent out invites for the event on Thursday.
However, it's worth pointing out that the Galaxy S5 will be available in India starting 11 April 2014 - the same date as Samsung had announced as global availability (150 countries) at its Galaxy S5 unveiling at MWC 2014.