This morning, The Verge first noticed that an invite to a Samsung developer event at this month's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona mentioned that the "Galaxy Note 10.1" will be exhibited in Spain this month, along with the "S Pen SDK." That's the development kit for the stylus that also accompanies the original Galaxy Note (a smartphone with a 5.3-inch screen that goes on sale for AT&T Sunday) . Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read. Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, This wouldn't be a huge deal except that the buttons themselves have changed, In place of Feed, there's now a Home icon, Popular has given way to a star, and News is now a heart inside a speech bubble, Huh?, Result: novice and veteran users alike are likely to be confused until they discover what each button does, (I always equate a star with "favorites," not "popular.") It's not that Instagram is tough to iphone case 360 use, but I think the developers have made it tougher to learn..
Instagram's new Lux feature promises to make your photos "more vibrant and [bring] out details you couldn't see before," which to me sounds a lot like HDR processing. To apply it, you just tap the little starburst icon below your selected photo. I tested Lux with a handful of photos, and I have to say, several of them ended up looking terrible. The filter seems to heavily boost contrast, darkening some areas and overexposing others. A few shots benefited from the effect, but most did not. Fortunately, Lux is a toggle; you can tap it again to undo the changes. And because it's separate from all the other filters, you can apply it after choosing one.
Speaking of filters, Instagram 2.1 adds a new one: Sierra, It creates a kind of washed-out look that's brighter in the middle and darker around the edges, Meh, There's one other update in this version: when you tap an Instagram notification in the Notification Center, you're taken directly to the relevant photo, comment, or user profile page, In case it isn't already obvious, I'm fairly disappointed by this update, Instagram's interface was already kind of a mess, and now it's just more convoluted, As for Lux, well, I iphone case 360 think it kinda sux..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. AT&T is following suit by strengthening its network and padding its roster with a greater number of 4G LTE phones, including the Samsung Galaxy Note, which will go on sale this Sunday. Meanwhile, Sprint--which has long offered 4G through WiMax technology--has announced its first LTE phone, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus, although there's no hint of an official release date. T-Mobile has stated its intention to catch up to the others, but following its failed flirtation with AT&T, hasn't shared a firm timeline.
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