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The iOS has always been a lot of fun and also been a hive for glitches and bugs. The bugs range from the really annoying ones to the pretty hilarious ones.

There's one which causes keyboard glitches while regulating Spotlight hunt and another that affects accessibility and kills off complement animations completely.

The funniest by far is a new bug that lets you zoom into a picture infinitely while using the photo app.

Normally there's a limit to just how much you can zoom into a picture that doesn't affect picture quality and whatnot, but from the looks of things, we can bypass this altogether and infinitely zoom into an image to sub-atomic levels even...think Fantastic Adventure by Isaac Asimov

If you want to try it out, here's what you do:
1. Launch a Photos app and open adult any image.
2. Now tap on a ‘Edit’ symbol and afterwards tap on ‘Crop.’
3. Rotate a picture 90 degrees in any direction and strike save.
4. Now zoom into a picture regulating a splash out gesture. Keep on zooming until we strech a sub-atomic level.
Easy as pie eh?

It’s a tiny bug in iOS that doesn’t means any harm during all. But now that it has been detected and gone public, we’re certain Apple will make sure to change things.

So enjoy it while it lasts i guess.



I love retro games. I grew up in the 90s, my first console was a Super Nintendo Entertainment system (SNES). 
It came with a Street Fighter Cartridge which is probably why i'm still a fan of the game till tomorrow and probably forever. I also had the NES
Collecting then was fun, but then times changed. There's the NES, SNES, Nintendo 64 and that's just from Nintendo, finding space for all that will be a hassle for any collector of retro games.
But that might no longer be a problem, there's one gadget showcased at Computex in Taiwan that could be a collector's dream-- The Retro Freak.
The Retro Freak is a nifty little console that will provide a home for all your favourite old games, with slots for well-loved cartridges and an '80s-perfect controller to boot.
It also promises a bunch of features that certainly weren't around in the '80s:
  • HDMI connectivity
  • 1,280x720-pixel upscaling
  • Display filter to smooth out pixelated edges
  • In-machine game saving (via SD card)
  • Support for USB controllers such as PS3/PS4
  • Supports NES, SNES, Sega Genesis, Sega Megadrive (with converter), Game Boy (Original, Color and Advance), Turbo Grafx-16, PC Engine and PC Engine Super Grafx games
So you can play your classics; Mario Kart, Street Fighter 2 Turbo, Killer Instinct etc. Just chuck in your SNES cartridge, plug the Retro Freak into your TV's HDMI port and you can go back in time when things were simpler and you could just sit around playing video games without worrying about making a living and all that other stressful stuff.
The Retro Freak recreates your childhood down to the vintage-look scan lines on the screen that give those games a their real arcade flavour.
The interface is a little spare, but you can change your game's appearance by toggling features, such as those scan lines, on and off. You can also change the display filter to smooth out pixelated lines and adjust the refresh rate from what the original game demanded to up to 60Hz -- all to make the games adjust a little more easily to modern TVs.
You can also use cheats which will allow you to play with perpetual lives or a bottomless pit of money.
The console isn't in the US yet, though it's available in Asia for 20,000 yen (roughly $180, AU$250 and £125), with Australian distribution reportedly coming soon.
It looked really good though and i could just imagine playing my old favourites without having to look for some emulator somewhere.
So guys, what do you think? Gonna get one?


For those who use Xiaomi devices or have plans to purchase one, know that your device will be coming with man pre-installed Microsoft apps including Office and Skype on its phones and tablets. 
Microsoft announced in a blog post that Xiaomi will begin preinstalling Office and other software and services on devices including the Mi 5, Mi Max, Mi 4s, Redmi Note 3, and Redmi 3 starting September 2016. 
The companies have refused to disclose the financial details of the agreement.
The companies have already partnered to launch Windows 10 on Mi Pad and fuel Mi Cloud service using Microsoft Azure.
“We are excited to be working closely with Microsoft on a broad technology collaboration partnership,” said Xiang Wang, senior vice president at Xiaomi. 
“As demonstrated by this agreement with Microsoft, Xiaomi is looking to build sustainable, long-term partnerships with global technology leaders, with the ultimate goal of bringing the best user experience to our Mi fans.”
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