The Smartphone Periscope Spy Lens


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You can “pretend” to look at your phone while snapping away

‘Camera-shy creatures, like myself, will run away when you turn on a camera. It’s practically impossible to document us unless you sneak up with a contraption like this Periscope Lens.

‘The smartphone attachment from toy camera and gear gurus Photojojo does all of the light bending necessary to take a photo of something or someone to your side. You can also use it to sneak a photo of your food from above without getting out of your seat to stand on it. Best of all, there’s a preview of the image so you can “pretend” to look at your phone while snapping away…’

spy lens

What Apps Have Access to Your Facebook and Twitter?

Bad apps can slow down and even crash your PCs

‘When was the last time you’ve checked to see what apps have access to your Facebook and Twitter accounts? If you are like most Internet users, you are probably long overdue for a cleanup.

‘Below, we show you how to perform an audit. An audit will let you review all the apps on your account and determine if they should still have access…’

tutorial

Unusual ways to use Twitter

‘Even a basic Twitter user knows the site is a great place to catch up with your friends or exchange notes and photos with friends and followers. And anyone who’s used the service for a while knows that the speed of updates on the site makes it a great place to stay on top of the latest news. But did you know that you can do more with Twitter?

‘Twitter power users will tell you that the site has a lot of value beyond sharing photos of your cats. Here are five unusual ways to use Twitter that you might not have considered…’

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Essential Things You Should Keep in Your Car

‘Some of us keep absolutely nothing in our car trunks, while others have enough packed to live in their cars for weeks. Somewhere in between is this list of thirty things we think every car owner should always have on hand…’

the list

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