Samsung – Galaxy Camera

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The Samsung Galaxy uses internet connection to connect to the internet after you take pictures, no more cords, no more waiting to upload pictures to social media, etc. Samsung is stepping there game up! Read the specs below provided by Samsung 

“The Samsung Galaxy Camera™ combines high-performance photography with Android™ 4.1, Jelly Bean, and wireless cellular internet connectivity, creating a powerful camera with a familiar, intuitive user interface and access to all your favorite apps from the Google Play™ market. Available at AT&T.” -Via Samsung 

“The Galaxy Camera is a perfect fit for those who wish to shoot, edit and share brilliant photographs and video easily and quickly without tethering to a laptop or PC. It features a 4.8-inch HD Super Clear LCD screen, boasts a 21x optical zoom lens and a super-bright 16MP BSI CMOS sensor for snapping high-quality images close up and in low light conditions. Galaxy Camera is powered by a…

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The Five Rules Of Regifting For Christmas

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If you’re going to regift, make sure you’re doing it the right way using The Emily Post Institute‘s 5 Rules of Regifting.

But even after following these guidelines to recycle your unwanted presents, do you think it’s acceptable to regift an item, or is it a tacky thing to do for the holidays? Let us know your thoughts on regifting!

#1 Good gifts only

Regifting is perfectly acceptable, yet while this is a practical solution — especially in an economy that’s as weak as this one — you must give good gifts only. In other words, nothing from last year or two years ago. This is not an opportunity to clean out your closet. Think new items — whether a sweater or a bottle of perfume — that don’t necessarily match your tastes, but would be perfect, say, for your mother-in-law.

#2 Regift with care

Gifts must be unused, and…

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Four/One/One – Andre’ 3000 Speaks

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Where has this dude been?! It’s like the more creative and talented artists are the ones that are less in the “lime-light”, these features that Mr. 3000 has been doing have just been nothing but teasers. The interview provided by fuse give a explanation to Mr. 3000’s whereabouts, hopefully the interview will calm your nerves and answer questions on upcoming projects. Hers a little hint to what you can look forward to hearing.  Andre talks about collaborating with his fellow co-worker Big-Boi, T.I, and even projects he’s worked on with the very talented Frank Ocean. Outkast reunion? Watch the video to find out!

Via: Fuse 

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