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  • Diverse case di produzione di smartphone e tablet hanno perciò pensato di creare dei tablet dedicati proprio ai più piccoli. Questi tablet junior funzionano come i tablet per gli adulti ma hanno sistemi operativi un po’ meno performanti (del tutto sufficienti per il tipo di utilizzo che verrà fatto dei dispositivi), hanno filtri di sicurezza elevati per la navigazione sicura in internet e offrono giochi e app divertenti e educative pensate per gli utenti junior.

    If you want to master your phone or tablet’s camera, provides an online four-week photography course for $10.00. After you sign up, you’ll receive a stream of quick and easy-to-follow tutorials by email.

  • Since the holidays are coming up and photos of friends and family are de riguer, I thought I’d do a little research on how to take decent photos on a phone or tablet. I found some great tips at , and the , along with some at and .

    “Enjoy your online photos from sharing sites like Facebook, Shutterfly, Flickr, Picasa, and many others. Then, add your offline photos with the free Woven Uploader for iPhoto. Woven can even upload photos taken with your phone or tablet’s camera.”

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Personally, I think it's just rude. If you're at a concert, a play, or any other function where the audience is sitting and looking at a stage, please leave the iPad at home. It is really, really distracting when people stick that huge 10" screen up in the air to take pictures.You're not going to get reasonable photos from a distance anyway. Your kid is just going to be a 3-pixel smudge on the screen.Instead of using your $800 iPad as a camera, go pick up a digital camera with optical zoom from Best Buy. With a zoom lens, your pictures are going to be far superior to anything you can get with a smartphone or tablet.