LXer: What is good photo editing software for Linux?view story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: Photo editing software is often used by professional photographers as well as amateur shooters to add various enhancements to pictures taken with a camera. This post covers ten popular photo editing software tools available on Linux. Read More... (HowTos)

I have to choose between N4 and S4view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hello my fellow N4 users, I think I need your help with this one. I bought my N4 in december last year and I am very happy with it. Since I bought my S2 more than 2 years ago, I began rooting it and since then, I wanted to have a Nexus because of the rooting scene behind it. I live in Holland and the N4 wasn't going to be sold trough the official way. (HowTos)

Missing Albums from Samsung S3 Galleryview story

http://androidforums.com – Samsung Galaxy S3. New Zealand Vodafone Please help. I have holiday pictures on my Samsung Galaxy S3. Half way through the holiday I decided to create an album and placed about 100 photos in there. Upon my return a month later, the album no longer exists. I also just recreated the album and note that this is not showing up in the Gallery either. I'm desperate. (General)

[ubuntu] Random pink / blue lines on screen which disappears with imageview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hi, I have a Dell Studio 1555. It was running Windows 7 and now i have changed it to Ubuntu 12.04.1. The problem I have is a bit ridiculous. For some pictures alone, a quarter portion of the screen shows pink and blue horizontal lines. I tried taking a screen print, but the lines do not appear on them. (Hardware)

can't get openbox to start tint2 and xcompmgr like it says in the OB wikiview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – So I'm using a few things as a guide: archwiki for openbox,tint2, and xinitrc, the openbox wiki on configuration and autostart, and my prior experience with openbox. None of it is helping with this issue. (HowTos)

Cant find downloaded pictures. Help!view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Im trying to download pictures from Google to use as wallpaper, and it says it's downloaded but it's nowhere in my gallery. Also, the font on the Google Chrome app is gunny looking. Like comic sans. I dont remember changing the font for my web browser. Idk how to change it back. The font on my phone in general is the default font. (HowTos)

Used Phone - accessing cached itemsview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – I just got a hand-me-down S2, which I know is already an "old phone", but it's new to me and a couple of upgrades past what I had. The person who gave me the phone wiped it all, I put in my SIM and everything is fine. No issues at all. My question is about the stuff I don't think they know they left on the phone. I take pictures pretty regularly with my phone. (HowTos)

Sensors and MCU not workingview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hi guys, New owner of a S4 (GT-I9505 international) here with a problem. 2 days ago I noticed the screen wasn't rotating anymore. I used to rotate it portrait/landscape in applications like Camera or Internet (browser). The moment when it started to bother me was when looking at pictures with the phone in portrait and the image was landscape. Trying to rotate the phone didn't help. (HowTos)

Yet Another Consumer Cellular Mysteryview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Greetings All Nexus 4 Owners, Well, I thought that I had read everything about setting up the Nexus 4 on Consumer Cellular (CC) and was ready for everything to work. Everything does work except the reception of MMS images. I can send MMS images without any issues, but it simply will not receive any pictures. All other systems work without a hitch. (HowTos)

Snapzoom and Shuttr Allow Smartphones To Take Clear High-Resolution Macro and Long-Distance Shotsview story

http://techcrunch.com – Last week I wrote about Shuttr, the tiny Bluetooth remote control for smartphones that lets users take better self-portraits and group shots. But Shuttr can be used for more than just selfies. Other accessory developers have been experimenting with Shuttr to see how far it can extend a smartphone camera’s capabilities. (IT news)