If you’re a fan of the Grand Theft Auto gaming franchise, you’ll love this app.
GTA Radio allows you to listen to the many fictional radio stations and you don’t even need to have the game installed. The app even allows you to listen the the stations in the background while you’re using other apps.
GTA Radio includes all of radio stations from GTA III, GTA Vice City, GTA Liberty City Stories, GTA Vice City Stories and GTA San Andreas. The app has some of the stations from GTA IV as well but it’s not complete. The makers of the app say that they will be adding more GTA IV stations soon.
GTA Radio is available for download right here.
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This is an old video (appeared to be finished in July 2011 and Ron Johnson is no longer in Apple) but it has remained unreleased in the public domain up till now. No matter what your opinion is about Apple, you can’t argue that they’ve made the mundane retail store into a work of art, the humdrum retail experience into something memorable.
No wonder Apple Stores are always packed, people don’t come to just buy something, the come to experience Apple.
Wondering when will we get our very own Apple Store here in Malaysia.
The Samsung Galaxy Camera will be launched in Malaysia tomorrow which is their first Android powered compact camera running with Galaxy S III-like internals. To get to know the device better, Samsung has released a rather detailed walk-through video which is available after the break.
To recap on the specs, the Galaxy Camera features a 16MP BSI CMOS sensor mated with a wide angle 21X optical zoom. Powering the device is a quad-core Exynos processor which is juiced up with a 1,650mAh battery. Internally there’s a
3.878GB memory which is expandable with microSD up to 64GB. The back comes with a 4.8″ Super Clear LCD multi-touch screen which is one of the biggest displays for a camera. As it is pushed as an always connected device, the Galaxy Camera comes with WiFi and 3G data support which uses micro SIM.
Being a connected device, the ability to share instantly to Dropbox is a pleasant touch especially if you fear of losing your photos or have the sudden need to clear your memory card without any computers nearby. There are several smart imaging features as well and it is capable of shooting 4FPS (20 photos in 5 seconds) photos and videos up to 120fps in its slow motion mode. The Galaxy Camera also offers a variety of on-screen filter and editing tools. Since it is an Android device, the application possibilities are endless but obviously running such apps would be a battery killer, something which you would want to avoid during a long outdoor trip.
In terms of pricing, launches globally are showing under RM2,000 range which is rather decent for its “smart phone” features bolted on. Full details will be out tomorrow and we will be sharing more as soon as we find out. Head after the break to watch the videos.
While people normally conduct drop tests to demonstrate durability, obviously that doesn’t represent real world usage. Samsung has just released a video demonstrating the type of tests they have conducted on its products including the Samsung Galaxy S III.
To demonstrate prolong usage, they have simulated several rounds of repeated pressing on the home button and even include a physical stress on the body which is simulated with a virtual buttocks sitting on screen. Next, the device is also subject to scratch test and a light shower for a slightly more extreme scenario. While it is good to know that the Galaxy S III can handle typical real-life abuses, it still feels rather plasticky compared to its rivals that uses more premium materials. Hopefully the upcoming sequel would change all that.
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