Embrace Google's apps and ecosystem, these will make the system shine. This is including the obvious such as Gmail, Google+, Hangouts, Drive, Keep, Authenticator, Play games etc.
Do enable the device manager on your phone in case you lose it and need to remote ring or wipe it. >> https://www.google.com/android/devicemanager
Here are some extra free third party tools to boost flexibility.
-DashClock WIdget -> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=net.nurik.roman.dashclock
*Note: also include the DashClock Battery Extension for this widget.
-ES File Explore -> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.estrongs.android.pop
-Calculator (from CyanogenMod) -> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.android2.calculator3
-Pixlr Express -> https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.pixlr.express
And last Start a new addiction by Installing Ingress and join the Enlightened. Make some new friends(bring some old ones with you) and proceed into the world with caution.
having two completely different software experiences on one device taking up valuable storage capacity sounds convoluted.
The waste of limited storage space was my first thoughts that came to mind, however those cost and limitations will disappear over time. That said I'm wondering if by offering a dual boot option, is it just another way to leverage value to the excessive patient fees currently being paid to Microsoft for Android devices while being able to manufacture less devices to cover both platforms.
Value to the user sounds great on paper, but I think in practical sense it's just wasting their time. It's best to let them embrace which ever ecosystem they choose to go with and not having to double purchase apps on each platform.
So I guess this is the beginning of GLaDOS!
I would like to know, what flavor KitKat is it?
You had me sold at "there are no in-app purchases. You buy this game, and all the content is yours.".
I believe that was my reaction. This only continues to make the Oculus project an even more brighter beacon of good things to come.
Just checked and there are references on the landing page now, It'll run August 4th - 10th.
Flavored coffee is a good way for distributors to move inventory of lower quality and dated beans, this is also true with some teas. Their goal is hoping you will not taste and notice what they are trying to cover up. The origin of beans naturally produce their own unique flavor, it is better to experiment with coffee grown in different regions if you seek variety in taste for your pallet.
If the coffee is bitter and your goal is to modify the taste and not need cream or use less sweater, this is usually a reflection of how recent the roast is (no I do not mean fresh sealed) due to having a short shelf life. The bitterness is often is the result of the bean decomposing and over time you have to start adding creamer and sweater depending on your tolerance. I only warn once you go down this path, there is no going back as many souls become lost in an obsession for the perfect cup.
If you are going to Play Riptide GP2 on Android, install the official Google Play Games app for online play features and to track your achievements.
For what its worth I personally use an Anker Astro 3E 10000mAh (2 of them actually) and have been very happy with it. Being for a portable quick charge for the phone or for an all day Ingress run, it does the job.
This is big news for such a small device, I have high hopes for it and what future developers bring with its SDK.
Its been a broken business model for a long time and T-mobile has taken steps in the right direction. Now its been
fun funny to watch the others squirm going forward as contracts begin to expire.
Here is the quote direct from T-Mobiles CEO John Legere public reaction to AT&T.
Did AT&t really just start charging full price for devices without discounting their rate plans? OMG. Really?
From the article >> http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/health-23068423
Scientists in Japan have cloned a mouse from a single drop of blood.
Circulating blood cells collected from the tail of a donor mouse were used to produce the clone, a team at the Riken BioResource Center reports in the journal Biology of Reproduction.
The female mouse lived a normal lifespan and could give birth to young, say the researchers.
Scientists at a linked institute recently created nearly 600 exact genetic copies of one mouse.
The cloning method - somatic cell nuclear transfer
After reading this I came to think here is the moment 1000's of Sci-Fi books have just been brought to life. How long do you think until or will it be in our lifetime that science will advance to an era without the need for surrogate mother to complete the process?
I have to agree with the previous comments, the MDR-V6 are a bargain and being almost identical to the MDR-7506. I been using them for years and liked them enough I bought a second pair when they were on sale. In the past year they have been on sale for about $40 (Amazon).
The only down side is over time the ear cushion lining will break down and you'll need to replace them. Sony does offer replacements, but I found also you can use Beyerdynamic EDT 250 Velour padded ear cushions also compatible if you wish to have a different fabric.
Yes there has been rumors of a refresh and do consider it is almost now a year old, which makes it more plausible.
Here is one of the rumors :
I hope the rumors of Babel project are true, being I live out of gTalk daily.
Yes, 64bit and OpenGL support for Windows was originally introduced in version CS4. I recommend you test out a 30 day trial version ( http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/tdrc/index.cfm?product=photoshop ) to make sure your happy before putting down the investment, with that said expect an announcement of new product release (CS7?) soon.
Been using Anker Astro3e 10000mAh and being able recharge my phone while using it anywhere at any time has been a big help, more so when using apps that are GPS/Data demanding while away from an electric outlet. The only down fault it takes significantly longer when it comes time to recharge these large batteries.
Last year getting the bumper was impossible when I ordered my phone. So I ordered one of these for each Nexus4, Soft TPU Gel case $2.88 U.S. (free shipping) direct from China. >> http://r.ebay.com/McN7d8
After having it for a while I've grown to like it especially for the price, the sides have some grip which works with gloves in the winter and being soft it doesn't slide around on the table.