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Unlocking Your Photography Potential

Posted February 24, 2013 by Recultured Team

As somewhat of a novice photographer, tackling new photographing techniques seemed intimidating, yet engaging and invigorating simultaneously. With the proper equipment, determination, and internet access to obtain the vast information of photography techniques, this daunting task might end up being a walk in the park!

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Is the Nexus 4 Worth your Money?

Posted November 11, 2012 by Recultured Team

The Nexus brand is Google’s line of ‘untouched’ products in terms of running the original Android software, untouched by carrier bloatware and manufacturer skin overlays (such as Samsung’s TouchWiz and HTC’s ‘Sense’). The most recent Nexus smartphone is the Nexus 4, announced by Google on October 29th. But is it worth your hard-earned money, or is it simply an evolutionary upgrade from the Samsung Galaxy Nexus?

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How to Solve a Rubik’s Cube

Posted October 9, 2011 by Recultured Team

One of the world’s greatest mysteries lies in solving a Rubik’s Cube. Warning, this pseudo-guide is not for the faint of heart. I will now instruct the world on how to solve a Rubik’s Cube by sharing a collection of instructions that can explain it 100x better than I ever could. Either way, this elusive […]

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Thoughts on iOS 7 for iPhone

Posted September 20, 2013 by Recultured Team

Playful, flirtatious and feisty, the newly-unleashed iOS 7 is given a couple of cents.

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The Samsung Galaxy Note – Redefining a New Form?

Posted March 10, 2012 by Recultured Team

It was only recently that Samsung debuted its much-discussed flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note. With notable features like the S-pen, its behemoth of a 5.3-inch screen and hilarious Super bowl advertisement, there’s little to wonder as to why it has been so discussed. And here, we’re discussing it again. The Dell Streak, launched in June 2010, also had a 5-inch […]

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