A Galaxy of possibilities

Posted by: | Posted on: April 22, 2014

(by Joel R. Frank) – Samsung’s new Galaxy S5 is now available for pre order in Guyana via Samsung’s official reseller Starr Computers. When Galaxies first came into the Guyanese market via independent sellers they were an instant hit; they wer flashy, eye catching and most of all they were new. Needless to say BlackBerry sales might have dropped a notch or two.

Not a lot has changed since then, BlackBerry tried a comeback with the Z10 and Q10 smartphones, both pretty darned good phones in their own right. But then they made BBM cross platform…. right, well now BBM is available on Android… Samsung’s preferred OS. And to top things of the brand spanking new S5 is available locally.

The phone’s features are awesome, needless to say. So I thought I’d explore the features and then tell you how much I’d drool for it.

First the specs, directly off of Samsung’s official site:

HDR(Rich tone)

For brighter & vivid captures

For both photos and videos, turn on the HDR when there is a strong counterlight or when the subject is shaded.
Preview in real time natural light and color being reproduced vividly and clearly while you take your shot.

vivid captures


Fast Auto Focus

Don’t miss the action

Don’t hesitate to shoot and capture action as it’s happening! The faster Auto Focus helps you capture important moments of movement more quickly and in focus.

Fast Auto Focus

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Curtis ‘Casual’ Armstrong shot and in surgery

Posted by: | Posted on: April 21, 2014

(by Mondale Smith) – Its been almost two hours since Popular Radio disc jockey, Curtis ‘Casual’ Armstrong has been in surgery at the Georgetown Hospital and there still remains at least two more hours to go before a definitive word can be pronounced on his state as doctors battle to save his life. This is the current news coming from his supporters and media colleagues who are presently gathered at the Georgetown Hospital exercising their faith while awaiting the surgeons pronouncements. While there has been reports that another man has been shot in his leg no one seems to have any word on what has become of that other person.

Reports are that Casual was shot three times while another man was shot to hsi leg just about 4am this Easter Monday morning at the Guyana National Stadium.

Sources who were at the Stadium for the Easter Fest show that featured Sean Paul and Jah Cure say it started with an argument allegedly over Ice at the VIP Lounge then shortly after things got ugly.

All I see was the big argument then Casual walked to he car and as he was about to enter he car, the argument start again. next thing all i hear was badang badang badang and shoem body scream he get shoot but is not he alone somebody else who was in the car get shoot too, ” one source said.

He was rushed to the Georgetown Public Hospital where he remains a patient. A man who was in Casual’s company was shot to his leg. Investigators reportedly found a number of .38 spent shells at the scene.

UPDATE – GT Magazine has since learnt that Casual’s surgery was a success and the DJ is now in recovery.

Police woman arrested

Posted by: | Posted on: April 21, 2014

(by Mondale Smith) – A police woman has found herself on the wrong side of the Law and is now in Custody after a heated argument with another woman  turned serious yesterday. From all accounts the police woman name Dorsette and the woman had beef that started on Sunday night after the woman allegedly threatened to ‘spit pun’ the police for reasons unknown. then they saw each other again in Sophia and started spitting commenced. The police woman became irate and a verbal confrontation ensued. But when the spitting woman’s spitting got more than the police woman could bear, the police woman advanced to a latrine and emerged with a bucket of excrement and gave the spitter a bath with a combination of fresh and cured excrement. They were arrested and the police has since been charged with throwing missiles.

Marijuana found on Jamaican couple inbound at CJIA

Posted by: | Posted on: April 21, 2014

(by Mondale Smith) – At about 0700h. today Monday April 21, 2014, ranks of the Police Narcotics Branch conducted searches on the baggage of two Jamaican Nationals on an incoming flight at the CJIA and found a total of 28 kilograms of compressed marijuana. The man and woman have been arrested and are in police custody assisting with the investigations.