Price: $410 obo. Had it for around 10 days and it is in mint condition. Pm me if interested.
I am doing a photo editing function that kinda works like a water mark.
The user selects the image A. After the image is selected, the user can select another image B to populate on top of the image A and they can move the image B around while image A is still static at the back.
After the placement of image B is done, the user can merge both image into one and save it as a single image.
Earlier today, Google sent some people into a frenzy thinking that the Nexus 9 (codenamed Volantis) was teased. On the Google+ account for Think With Google, the image above was posted. It looks very much like the 4:3 aspect ratio that the upcoming 8.9-inch tablet is expected to have. It turns out, though, that image is merely a stock one obtained through Shutterstock.
If you have many large images or photos and you want send them via email or publish into your website, you will need to resize them first. You can do the batch resize using this free and powerful VSO Image Resizer. With this software, you can resize images, convert and rename multiple images easily.
Today I noticed that I can no longer save any images to my phone which are returned by Google Image search. I only now have an option to Share. No longer can I save the image. Pressing my finger on the image and holding it doesn't bring up any menu nor is there any feedback. And the menu in the upper right only allows me to Share.
I checked my storage and still have over 10 GB.
Leaks abound about the Nexus 5 like alleged screenshots and rumors the device will support a nano SIM card slot. The latest bit of news is another leaked image of the device. What makes this image noteworthy is the lack of notoriety – it looks just like previous images of the device.