The concept of selfies grew to such a deafening volume that the word was added to the Merriam-Webster dictionary. It’s part of our everyday lexicon, and likely a big focal point of your smartphone experience. Have something to say? You probably use apps like Snapchat to document yourself saying it. Hiked to the top of a beautiful peak?
Android’s sweet new “Lollipop” flavor brings security improvements and easier ways to view and respond to notifications. The new Google software for mobile devices even lets you lend out your phone without worrying about a friend circulating your naked selfies on Facebook.
If you liked the M8, you must know that the Desire Eye is nothing like it. It’s completely forgone any metal in favor of soft touch plastic, albeit some colorful two tone plastic.
There are two options currently, a white and red combination as well as a white, dark blue, and light blue combination, and they are colorful without being silly; a good balance of fun and taste. And with my experience of the unfortunate ease that metal retains scratches, perhaps a soft touch plastic is the way to go.
Have you ever found yourself in a position where you found yourself in a position that would make *the* best photo opportunity but either had no one to snap the moment for you or your arms just aren’t long enough to get the full frame in? If only you had a wearable flying camera drone…
Helene Meldahl, 26, takes photos of herself in the mirror like so many other “selfie” photographers her age. But when she decided to start drawing on her mirror and interacting with the drawings, she brought a new level of creativity to the past-time.