Instagram Finally Lets You Zoom in on Photos and Videos

Instagram Finally Lets You Zoom in on Photos and Videos

  There have been a lot of requests to add a much-wanted zoom feature to the Instagram app. The ability to zoom in to a photo or a video on Instagram was highly talked-about but users could not do so. Until Wednesday that is – Instagram added a feature that lets you pinch in to zoom on the photos or videos you see in the app. Instagram in a post on Wednesday said,”Starting today, you can pinch to zoom on photos and videos in feed, on profiles and on Explore….

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Novel device lets in three-D imaging of breast with much less radiation

Novel device lets in three-D imaging of breast with much less radiation

Researchers have located a new device that allows for 3-D molecular breast pics at better resolution than contemporary 2-D scans whilst reducing down the radiation dosages. the new tool known as variable attitude slant hollow collimator or VASH collimator replaces a aspect in current molecular breast imagers. The findings showed that the VASH collimator may also allow existing breast cancer imagers to offer up to 6 times higher contrast of tumours in the breast even as keeping the same or better photograph first-rate. similarly, the device may even gift the…

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Google Drive Now Lets Users Select Which Folders to Sync

Google Drive Now Lets Users Select Which Folders to Sync

Google has rolled out a new feature for its Drive desktop app for Windows and OS X that will now allow users to select which folders or sub-folders they want to sync and deselect the ones they don’t. Announcing the new feature, Aakash Sahney, Google Drive Product Manager, confirmed that the new features will roll out to users over the next few weeks. In order to access the new folder sync option, users will need to tap Menu > Preference > Sync Options > Sync only these folders. Google explains…

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BlueStacks Now Lets You Stream Your Android Gameplay to Twitch

BlueStacks Now Lets You Stream Your Android Gameplay to Twitch

BlueStacks on Friday announced it is integrating live streaming service Twitch into the Bluestacks App Player to allow users to more conveniently stream mobile games. The integration enables a user to stream gameplay from mobile games on their PC with a single click. This also makes it easier for people to watch streaming content. BlueStacks is a popular emulator app that allows users to run Android – and its apps – on a desktop platform such as Windows. Not long ago it was updated to version 2.0 on Windows to…

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