+1 for AntennaPod; but does it work on GB?
Charles Stross' Rule 34 has a viewpoint on what could happen with 3D printing, and this draws us closer to that possibility
You'll probably be happy still; despite Haswell being a nice bump in performance, Ivy Bridge has more than enough power to do anything you need it to. Supposedly Haswell also got a huge jump in graphics performance, but your discrete (The Nvidia GPU) will still be better.
The best you could expect from consoles is "4k" menus and Games running at a lower resolution, ala the current gen and 1080p. PCs on the other hand...
Much like the 4.2 update, AP has spotted IPs that point to Google employees with a User Agent that has another rev of JB on it, coming from both a Nexus 4 and Nexus 7
I imagine they are making 5.0 a huge leap, and so this will be an "incremental" update. This doesnt necessarily mean anything to the average person, as these .X releases have brought us big things, like Google Now, and design changes, such as how the Notification blind was refreshed.
The scattered parts are available with a site-side search, with the newer Audio player/download buttons alongside
Ive been calling the Now/Keep/Play Store 4.0/Glass designs Holo 2 since its a fairly sizeable jump from the Holo we were introduced to in the days of ICS. Despite originally using the "Dark" themes of the various Holo based-apps, the new styling has really grown on me. Now I want nothing more than to see a refresh of Play Music done in this style and, as speculated in the article, a Settings refresh
Alas, the app I feel needs the most love is Maps, though really Navigation, where bits of the UI still harken back to the days of Froyo/GB.
I know a few Tested regulars will be happily surprised; glad to see Jamie being more than a name on the header
Because if I don't do it, someone else will
You should also plan on removing and reapplying new thermal compound, but that's fairly easy
(Since you are building a new PC, just to be safe, the Thermal Compound is what sits between the CPU and the cooler to help heat transfer. the Intel CPU cooler will probably come with a little square of it, but it can also be found in small aftermarket tubes from various companies)
For what its worth, I think putting back the Start Button but still using the start screen as the only Start "menu" would be worse than the current implementation
Eh, internet rollouts are usually deceptively slow, especially this one as they, besides this new city, entirely lay the groundwork and everything. I imagine that the rate they add cities will increase though, as its been proven that Google will benefit from being an ISP
In a sudden move, Google has chosen its third are for Fiber, Provo, Utah
Informative and a bit of speculative bump!
Looks like under a vague update for GVoice today, they added a permission to on the phone side export GVoice info, and only on the phone side (Beyond what Google already offers). I imagine that this means GVoice has a bit more of a lifespan, as something, like Babel, will take the place of the app while retaining function
There is/was supposed to be, You were supposed to post on either (or both) of the youtube comments and/or the video's page on Tested proper. No winners were ever announced to my knowledge however; I had almost forgotten about it
Ive begun Infinite Jest, and will probably read the Mistborn series (or at least the first 3) next.
While not affiliated with Giant Bomb, this is the ultimate conclusion to their PAX East Panel (besides CERTIFIED! milk shots)
We are coming ever closer to the release of Babel, Google's unified chat platform, which will combine all the various chat services like Talk, G+ Messenger, etc. It will be integrated across all of its platforms, such as Chrome (OS) and Android, and I would imagine there will be a iOS app at the same time or shortly thereafter.
This will be great for Google, they only have to focus on one messaging service it will definitely be easier to maintain, as Google only has to put one team on it and the handful of other teams working on their current apps can move onto other things., It'll benefit the average consumer as it should make Google's services less confusing.
I don't blame Google at all, the benefits are great, but the forthcoming Babel service worries me because of my reliance on Google Voice as a message/texting number at worst, and its usually the number I give to everyone.
This doesn't necessarily mean Google will be abandoning at least the function of Voice in some capacity, but the recent loss of Google Reader in favor of Currents does leave me wondering "What if...:"
@Rallier: Alas, that is what sequels are for
And I win the internet