From the website: The use is so simple, just have the sticky metal ring on your phone, then whenever you want to use the periscope, just put it on the sticky metal ring, then you can have a periscope lens for your camera phone! No need to install any software (apps) or any mechanical installation. Features: • A spy lens too, just pretend you are playing with your smartphone but indeed you are taking pictures: $22.45.
Jolla has just unveiled its first smartphone, which will go on sale this year for €399 (roughly $510). Running the company's MeeGo-derived Sailfish OS, Jolla claims the handset will be "compliant" with Android apps, though the phone runs its own Sailfish OS. Featuring a 4.5-inch display, dual-core processor, 8-megapixel camera, 4G, 16GB of onboard storage, and a microSD slot. According to Jolla, the handset will be "compliant" with Android apps, although it's not sure how many apps will be supported, nor is it clear where users will download the apps from.
Who took his picture? I saw it in tumblr. [ Updated: ] This is an Israeli rocket dropped in Gaza, Palestine. Captured by MAHMUD HAMS / AFP PHOTO. Source: http://www.gettyimages.ae/detail/news-photo/palestinians-run-for-cover-as-a-missile-fired-by-the-news-photo/9498471 [ Thanks Hussam ]
A video of zombie parkour stunts. "The zombie virus has evolved into a new breed of parkour zombies. No longer do they slumber as the walking dead, they are ferocious and fast, they are the flipping dead."
Marking the release of the Resident Evil Revelations video game, Capcom are set to open a ‘blood’ filled swimming pool nestled in the shadow of the Olympic stadium, London, UK. In addition to its bloody appearance the swimming pool will offer floats in the form of human torsos,eyeballs, and blood clots, as well as zombie life guards and a corpse diving board. Miss Cakehead, who’s helping with the event, commissioned Pictographik to receate the iconic set of British swimming pool rules with a Zombie twist.