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Root: Full Screen, Activate The Full Screen In All Applications

Posted by on Mar 25, 2013 in Android Apps | 0 comments

Full Screen Application directly targets users who have rights super-user (root) for Android Tablets. Full Screen is an application which allows you to activate the full screen mode in all applications (Ex: video, web, email) including games without losing the main functions of the bar system (Back, Home, Switch between applications, access the notification bar, the settings, etc.) Keep in mind that within the tablet version of Android, the system displays all the applications in a bar at the bottom...

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Apple Purchases WiFiSLAM For $ 20 Million

Posted by on Mar 24, 2013 in News | 0 comments

The Wall Street Journal announced the recent acquisition of WiFiSLAM by Apple for $ 20 million. This company is specialized in geolocation indoors, where GPS or does not or is not specific enough. It uses the signal strength of Wi-Fi to pinpoint you. The margin of error allowed is only 2.5 meters, enough to display POIs in a small radius. The purpose of this acquisition leaves no doubt about the use of this technology. It allows the Maps application...

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Google Will Also Have Its Connected Watch

Posted by on Mar 24, 2013 in Concept | 0 comments

While rumors focus on Apple and Samsung, Google will also work on a watch connected. Connected watch is a reality for several years, Sony has already released two products on the market: SmartWatch, Motorola with MOTOACTV, not to mention smaller initiatives but equally interesting: I’m Watch or the Pebble Watch. Samsung has confirmed its next product: the Galaxy Watch, while the Apple iWatch is still under rumor stage. The Financial Times has said that Google did work on a connected watch....

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How To Tag Wifi Access Points As Mobile Hotspots On Your Android Device

Posted by on Mar 23, 2013 in Help & How To | 1 comment

There are many reasons you would need a mobile hot spot with an Android device for; either because you are using a tablet without a mobile data connection of its own, or you are traveling overseas and hoping to avoid data roaming charges. In all cases, Android 4.1 has come up with an option to easily mark mobile access points as mobile hot spots to better control the use of mobile data.Importantly, whenever you’re tethering one Jelly Bean (Android...

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First Sony Xperia Z Firmware Update Hitting Some Devices In Europe

Posted by on Mar 22, 2013 in News | 0 comments

Sony’s Xperia is about to launch its new official firmware update. Apparently, not everyone can have access to it because it is not yet available directly on the device as an over-the-air update. Moreover, there is no firm idea of what’s new relating to this update, though it is believed to be on recently discovered sleep death issue which does not allow Sony Xperia Zs to work well. According to the XDA Forum, the latest firmware did not apparently...

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Google Currents Gets Support For Audio Playback

Posted by on Mar 21, 2013 in Android Apps | 0 comments

Google Currents had assistance for an edition containing audio playback, which will allow individuals to play audio through this application that is, in part, complete with a “Media bar” with stop/start/next/previous controls. You will also be able to pause and skip quickly thanks to the notification pane. The changelog works as follows: Audio playlist for editions with audio Audio media bar in app for stop, start, next, previous Story scanner audio icons for launching Audio directly Story scanner audio...

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