Windows: As good as camera phones are these days, they can still produce some blurry images, especially of moving subjects or in low light. While you could try to sharpen them up in a feature-rich app like Photoshop and futz around with a bunch of sliders and settings to get decent results, SmartDeblur does a great job with a lot less fuss.
A lot of nice gaming keyboards come with backlit keys, but you don’t get any say over the colour of the light. Some don’t even let you make fine-grained adjustments to brightness. Luckily, it is possible to make some alterations on your own.
Converse’s Chuck Taylor All-Star sneakers will probably never go out of style. But just in case, you can future-proof them with this fun hack from Adafruit that swaps out the standard star crest with a glowing logo.
We’ve featured Dan Carr’s desktops before. They’re always beautiful and functional, and this one is no different. The photo of a quiet, cloudy winter morning in Paris makes for a great backdrop for his widgets, all arranged so they don’t detract from the image, but don’t distract when it’s time to work.
We know electricity powers our computers, but that doesn’t mean we can’t pretend their insides are a whole lot cooler. Check out these awesome steampunk wallpapers and add the illusion of steam power to your desktop.
iOS (Jailbroken): Velox is a new tweak for jailbroken iPhone’s that completely changes how you view notifications and apps. It’s one of those rare apps that overhauls iOS in a way that truly changes the way you use your iPhone. The app itself is great, but you can also enhance it with a handful of useful add-ons.