Sony DSLR-A580 and DSLR-A560 : overview

Boasting 16.2 and 14.2 megapixels respectively, the A580 and A560 are the latest entries in Sony’s Alpha series. These are the first Alpha DSLRs to shoot video and has many new features packed within the  redesigned frame. The α580 and α560 incorporate major advances in image sensor and processing technology to assure rich tonal gradation and reduced noise when shooting in low light. Continue reading “Sony DSLR-A580 and DSLR-A560 : overview”

Pixel Bender Plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS5

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The Adobe Pixel Bender Plug-in (v2.1) for Adobe Photoshop CS5 supports processing of Pixel Bender filters on images opened in Photoshop CS5. These filters can be executed on the graphics card (GPU) or CPU of a computer. Pixel Bender customers as well as members of the Adobe Pixel Bender team have authored the filters that are included in this download. Continue reading “Pixel Bender Plug-in for Adobe Photoshop CS5”

Mobile Entertainment Growth and 3G

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Entertainment through mobile phones have been present since the time when mobile handsets were equipped with monotone ringtones and the user had the ability to personalise them. Today mobile entertainment have evolved by leaps and bounds. Current generation premium handsets are equipped to perform as a digitalcamera, personal media player and a portable internet device. Continue reading “Mobile Entertainment Growth and 3G”

How to use 4GB or more RAM in 32-bit Windows 7

Normally a 32-bit system (x86) can support maximum of 2.75 to 3.25 GB of RAM (depending upon your system configuration) even if you are having 4 GB or more RAM. A 64-bit system (x64) can support up to 128 GB of memory. This is because Windows doesn’t allow users to use more RAM in 32-bit due to licencing issues. Here i’m going to show you how to bypass this issue Continue reading “How to use 4GB or more RAM in 32-bit Windows 7”