8 Bit Photo Lab - An endearing photo editor with amazing Retro filters

8 Bit Photo Lab is an app that takes you back in time. Back to the time of the GameBoys, the NES, the Spectrum, the shoulder pads and the greasy Bollycaos. Do you remember when the arcade games were worth 25 pesetas and the best graphics you had ever seen were those of Mortal Kombat? 8 Bit Photo Lab is a simple photo editor for Android with some of the most retro and best made filters that we've seen in a long time.

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Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1, Snapdragon and 5,000mAh for less than € 100

In the last year I have not reviewed many mobile phones and I want to get back on track a bit so that we can keep up to date as much as possible with the new devices that are being launched on the market. Therefore, in today's post we are going to take a look at the Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1, a terminal that went on the market in 2018, but that today has more than enough wickers to continue being a bet to take into account.

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Little trick to improve the sound on any Xiaomi mobile

No one doubts at this point in life the multitude of uses that a good smartphone can have. With all those apps for telling the weather, watching TV, chatting, or reading books, phone calls have almost become a secondary functionality. The advent of smartphones has also retired all those portable MP3 players, iPods and CDs of more than a decade ago, relegating them to little more than a distant memory in the collective memory.

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Kintoki, Akira Toriyama's Lost One-Shot

It is no secret when we say that Akira Toriyama draws less and less. Since Dragon Ball ended, everything has been limited to little short stories of a volume or two. Removing Nekomajin, a kind of self-parody dragonbolera, the rest of the sleeves can be counted practically on the fingers of one hand. One of them is Kintoki, a one-shot or short story that the teacher published, back in the year 2000 in the Weekly Shonen Jump.

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Old Fashioned Phrases

The Joker after a double session of Cine de BarrioToday we have to remember all those phrases and jokes that, let's face it, time has not treated too well. In their day they were very popular, but like everything they end up boring and going out of style. And hey, if you find out you're still using any of these don't be offended… man!MO

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Google Photos has stopped making backups of many of your photos

Google Photos is one of the best tools to save backup copies of all the photos that we take and receive on our mobile. Until now, when the application detected a new folder with images and videos, it asked us if we wanted to make a backup, which is great for securing any type of multimedia content.The quality of these backups is conditioned by our device (remember that if you have a Pixel 3, for example, you will have unlimited storage until 2022) or the configuration that we have decided to apply, although if we want to stop making copies we will have to disable this function by hand.

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Space Invaders with drones ... in real life!

Just 10 days ago the Geekcon 2016 , and in it vHive took the opportunity to present the first Space invaders formed by unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), or what is the same, a Space Invaders made with drones. More than one of them is sure that the unfortunate movie comes to mind Pixels… Nothing to see!Dr

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The 10 best cheap micro SD cards of 2018

With the rise of mobile telephony and portable devices in general, memory cards have become an indispensable complement. Smartphones, tablets, cameras, e-books and more, require of a good micro SD card to expand, its –often- reduced storage capacity.In today's post we will take the opportunity to recommend 10 cheap micro SD cards that are good value for money. A

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