Windows 10 – Not so free anymore

Windows 10

The upgrade offer that allowed users to download the full version of Windows 10 for free is finally coming to an end on July 29, 2016. The offer stands till the exact date and any upgrades completed before this date will be free of cost and valid until the device lasts.

 

Other than getting 300 million users to install Windows 10, this offer had other goals as well. One of the long term goals being to help shut down Windows 7 in a complete and proper way before its extended support commitment ends on January 14, 2020. Windows 10 has also succeeded in cutting down the devices that run on Windows 8 and 8.1 almost in half over the past year and by the end of 2017, it is predicted that the Windows 8.1 users will be in just thousands. There are still a lot of Windows 7 PCs out there and there’s not much evidence that they would download the new upgrade. That’s why the offer had a one year limit and after the due date, anyone who wants Windows 10 has to pay for the upgrade.

YouNow

YouNow – #trendingnow

With over 100 million user sessions a month and more than 50,000 hours of new original video content, YouNow is a great way to discover talented broadcasters, watch live streams and video chat live with people from around the world. The live streaming network website and app has now been officially launched in the Middle East and allows influencers and broadcasters to engage with their audiences while offering them revenue. The content is created every day by a highly-engaged community of young creators.

 

What makes YouNow unique from other broadcast websites such as YouTube is its unique ‘tipping system’. This system acts as a means of income and revenue for the users who broadcast. The audience can either tip the broadcaster to show appreciation and can also tip for extra features in the chat room such as top comment or even being featured as guest with one of the broadcasters. Major media companies such as Buzzfeed and MTV and brands such as Coca-Cola and Starbucks also use YouNow to live stream content to target a 13-25 demographic. http://younow.com/

Nikon COOLPIX B700

Nikon COOLPIX B700

The exceptional Nikon COOLPIX B700 camera, with its DSLR-style design and a PSAM mode dial, is being released this July. The camera has cutting-edge Vibration Reduction technology that can be used to capture beautiful 20.2 megapixel RAW images, 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) videos with stereo sound or 5 FPS high-speed sequences in almost any light.

 

It is also compatible with smart phones and tablets through a new “SnapBridge” app that combines built-in Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE) technology for instant photo sharing and editing on your phone and any other websites you want. The app also allows you to control your camera remotely. The COOLPIX B700’s 3.0-inch 921,000-dot Vari-angle LCD makes it easy to compose your shots or view a video recording. Lastly, the camera runs on an EN-EL23 battery that charges quickly, delivering up to 420 shots per charge (included with the camera) and it also comes with a second battery that can be a fully-charged back up at all times.

 

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