360 Panorama gives you a simple method for creating panoramic images, removing the need to take multiple shots. Instead of matching up shots, this app has you film a scene as you would shoot a movie and then stitches together your shots seamlessly in real time. Just hold up your iPhone and start from one side of the scene. Then, press the button in the bottom center of your screen and slowly pan to the right in one continuous motion. At the end, hit the button again and your panorama is finished. The resulting image lets you swipe to look … Read more
Pano was originally launched in the iTunes App Store in 2008, but recent updates continue to make it one of the best apps for taking great-looking panoramic photos using your iPhone. The interface is sparse, but that only makes it easier: simply point your iPhone at the scene and take up to 16 shots (a full 360 degrees) to make the perfect panoramic image.
You start by taking a shot from one side. Then, Pano gives you a ghost image overlay so you can match up your next shot. You don't have to worry if it doesn't match … Read more
The redesigned MacBook Air is only two weeks old, and reports of display issues have begun to crop up.
Cult of Mac reported earlier this week that it noticed flickering horizontal lines sometimes appearing on the display of its 13-inch model. A quick check of Apple support forums reveals a couple dozen reports of similar issues.
Though Apple has yet to publicly acknowledge the problem, a leaked internal memo shows that the company's support staff is indeed aware of it. Boy Genius Report received the memo from an unnamed source, and published it today.
Sources tell BGR:
(T)hat … Read more
Domino Solitaire is a challenging and fun way to use dominoes. While this game initially confuses, it quickly becomes an addictive puzzle.
We found the program's interface to be very weak, since it lacks any onscreen direction and the stark black-and-white cluster of dominoes is confusing. Fortunately, after scrolling through the Help file (which is focused on explaining scoring more than on how to actually play) we got the hang of the program. We used our mouse to match up two touching domino numbers, which corresponded to a key of various domino combinations to the left of the screen. … Read more