See more of your trip at once on Bing Maps.

See more of your trip at once on Bing Maps.

If you’ve ever tried to plan a trip using one of the big two digital mapping systems from Apple or Google, you know what a pain it can be to flip back and forth between the different parts of your excursion. A multi-destination walk becomes an exercise in frustration when you add in searching for food, entertainment, and the like in one app.

Microsoft’s Bing has got your back with a redesign of its own navigation system, Bing Maps. This new upgrade will let you search for directions, find locations you need, and offer access to sites like Trip Advisor and Yelp, all on the map itself.

“We heard that people want one experience that brings together the best content in one view, that fully reflects what they are planning, not just their last search,” writes the Bing team on their blog. “Users want a map experience that is fast and easy to use, and makes the most of the visually rich data that maps can bring to life.”

The Galaxy Note 5 looks good in these early design drawings. Photo: OnLeaks

The Galaxy Note 5 looks good in these early design drawings. Photo: OnLeaks

After Samsung overhauled its design philosophy for the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge, Galaxy Note fans have been itching to find out what the Galaxy Note 5 will bring. Thanks to the leaked video below, you can get an early glimpse at the handset’s new design.

Instagram now stores high-res photos

Instagram is storing pics at 1080x now

My biggest gripe with Instagram is the app takes my big beautiful pictures and compresses them down to a low 640×640 resolution. It looks like the company is preparing to change that in near future though, by now storing images in a higher 1080 x 1080 size.


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With big upgrades and new features under the hood, the next-generation OnePlus 2 will cost more than its predecessor — but it will still be significantly cheaper than rival flagships off-contract. OnePlus CEO Pete Lau today promised that the device “will be priced under $450.”

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