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Video review: Sony A6300 vs. Sony A6000 comparison

Contributor Maarten Heilbron recently compared the Sony A6300 with the A6000 and put both through a rigorous test. The above video includes examples and demonstrations, detailed menu walk through.
For behind the scenes details, read Maarten's blog at


Instagram to ditch chronological order of its feed

Whether you like it or not, Instagram is about to change the way you interact with your feed. The app is set to emulate Facebook's algorithm of showing you photos that it thinks would matter more to you than going the chronological route. According to Instagram, you miss about 70 percent of your feed at the moment. And they want to be able to bring you the beautiful shots from the people you like and those they think will be of interest for you. Yes, think Facebook's Newsfeed. The new feature will reportedly arrive in the next few months. There's still enough time to voice your opinions on the change.

Source: Android Authority


Apple to make News app available to all publishers

Soon it won't just be the likes of The New York Times that will populate the Apple News app. The tech company will be opening the services' publishing tools to smaller publishers and even individual bloggers. The app has also reportedly fixed its issues with inaccurate reader metrics, which the company admitted to in January. It's said to integrate ComScore and its figuers should be made public by the middle of thee year. Apple is reportedly planning to make it easier for publishers to see data such as unique views, shares, and reading time. And it plans to launch an ad campaign to draw in more readers. 

Source: Apple Insider


First look at the 2016 Chevrolet Spark

Text and photos by Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The Chevy Spark is a very interesting car designed for an emerging segment. Chevrolet seems to want to have cars available for people at every stage of their lives and the Spark is really aimed at the first-time car buyer who might otherwise buy a second hand car.

Chevrolet’s Spark is a neat new subcompact which brings many of the key features and technologies found in GM’s larger vehicles. The new mini-car was marketed and teased as a ‘mobile device’ and this is somewhat accurate since it does feature GM’s OnStar, a rear backup camera and onboard 4G-LTE connectivity plus Android Auto and Apple CarPlay capability. 

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