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Lenovo Vibe Xtension Flash hands on

If you were to walk up to someone 10 years ago and say “take a #selfie with me”, you’d probably sound crazy. Social media today has evolved so dramatically that it defines or even mirrors our image and personality. Lenovo has set the bar by rolling out the VIBE Xtension Selfie Flash – giving you better light when taking a #selfie. A new device that helps illuminate your beautiful features.

Lume Cube lights up your Android phone photos and video

One of the biggest challenges with taking good video and photos using your Android device in a dark room or environment is lighting. Most Android devices have a flash, but the flash on many of them isn’t that great. This is where a new product called Lume Cube comes in.

LG G Pro 2: improving selfies with “Flash for Selfie”

Taking selfies, much less taking selfies for work purposes is something I never thought I would be doing. But, thanks to LG and a new feature called "Flash for Selfie" -- here I am. Flash for Selfie is one of the highlight features found on the LG G Pro 2, and also the latest in our ongoing series of posts covering the handset.

Leef Bridge hits 3.0, shrinks in size and gains USB 3.0 support

We got a look at the Leef Bridge way back in June. As a reminder, this is a small device that has USB and microUSB ports along with some storage allowing users to move files between a regular computer and smartphone or tablet. And well, we often see products evolve and in this case, the Leef Bridge has hit version 3.0 with a few key improvements.

Ex-Googler launches NOVA, a wireless flash for smartphone photography

One of the biggest problems with photography on our smartphones is low light situations and using the flash. Mainly because it sits right next to the shutter and usually washes out colors and ruins any decent shot. Even Apple's new iPhone 5s tried to combat this with two different flash colors to try and improve the situation. Today though we have a different approach from an Ex-Googler looking to provide a wireless off-camera flash for our smartphones.

Leef Bridge unveiled as dual USB/microUSB flash drive for Android

Leef Technology has announced a new and somewhat unique flash drive. This little gadget is called the Leef Bridge and it is being touted as the first USB flash drive that allows for file sharing between Android devices and regular computers. Basically, the Leef Bridge is a flash drive that has a USB and a microUSB connector.

Google patent filing points towards a multi-flash camera setup

Many will understand how these patent filings go. Sometimes we see neat things and often we see things that never see the light of day. While we cannot say whether or not Google will ever put this latest patent filing to use in the real-world, it may be one to watch. Especially for those who enjoy taking pictures on their smartphone and have been dreaming of a better flash setup.

Flash Blink App uses camera LED for call notifications

We see tons and tons of random applications or development in the world of Android but every once in a while I see something interesting and unique like Flash Blink that I just have to share with our readers. Meet Flash Blink, an app developed to use the camera flash on our Android smartphones to notify users of an incoming call. No more irritating ringtones, just use that flash.

Adobe Flash updated with more ICS device support, bug fixes

The popular but slowly dying Adobe Flash Player for Android has just received another update today in the Android Market. With Adobe not officially supporting Android with or after 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich in general this update is a bit confusing as it mentions "compatibility with Android 4 supported devices". Adobe has also addressed some vulnerabilities in the security of the app.

Firefox 10 update hits Android Market, Flash still missing

For all those users of the popular Firefox browser for Android we have good news today. Firefox 10 has just landed in the market and the update is available now thanks to Mozilla. Along with tons of improvements to overall stability and performance we have a faster and easier set up and sync, but Adobe's Flash Player is still missing.
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