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Samsung Galaxy Fold has the First True Folding Screen and 6 Cameras

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Samsung today kicked off a new mobile category with its pioneering Galaxy Fold. The device features a 7.3-inch folding screen and 6 cameras. It’s a smartphone and tablet “folded into one.” The compact Galaxy Fold is portable when it’s folded up but expands to reveal Samsung’s largest-ever smartphone display. The ...

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You Will Fail as a Photographer

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I have never taken a “How to Be a Motivational Speaker” course. So it should come as no surprise when I tell you with all certainty that… You will fail. You will fail little; you will fail big.You will fail so spectacularly that you could sell tickets to the event. ...

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Samsung Galaxy S10: More Cameras and a Dedicated Instagram Mode

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Samsung has announced its latest flagship smartphone lineup, the Galaxy S10 series. The new phones feature improved cameras and a dedicated Instagram mode. The S10 lineup comprises four phones: the budget 5.8-inch S10e, the standard 6.1-inch S10, the enhanced 6.4-inch S10+, and the ultra-fast 6.4-inch S10 5G (with 5G connectivity). ...

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This Photo Was Shot with a Real $2M Lamborghini Taken Apart

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Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner has created an eye-popping new photo showing a 1972 Lamborghini Miura SV disintegrating with its individual components exploding in all directions. Here’s what’s crazy: Oefner actually photographed the $2 million car, spending nearly 2 years shooting and stitching the parts. Oefner first released a project called ...

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Does 900 DPI Make Better Prints?

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900 dpi prints?! That’s kinda crazy, right? You just need to print at 300 or 240 or 200 because somebody on the Internet told me no one can tell the difference. For a long time, we’ve been stuck with printing at about 300 dpi because that’s what the highest end ...

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