Confession time: I'm a born again smartwatch fan. I used to not see the point, and then somehow managed to buy a Samsung Gear S3 Frontier and everything changed. That this thing looked like a watch, had an innovative rotating bezel as an input control mechanism and worked so smoothly with my newly purchased Samsung Galaxy S8+ were the main reasons for that. Having been a very happy smartwatch bunny for the past 18 months or so, I was both interested and annoyed when the next-gen of the Samsung Gear watch family hit the market. I know, I know, there's …

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I am something of a self-confessed Anker hardware fan. I've been using their cables, power supplies and portable chargers for years now. However, I never really thought of Anker in the audio space, until now. Soundcore is an Anker brand with just audio products out there, as the name suggests. So, I needed some new earphones for my daily multi-mile walks and thought I'd give Soundcore a go. Especially when I saw these 'Liberty Lite' wireless earbuds were so much cheaper than the big brand versions from the likes of Apple, Bose and Samsung. Not that I have an iPhone, …

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Hello I've been facing this issue since today, whereby my TwinMOS Micro SD HC Card is not being detected by my Samsung phone, and when placed in the adapter and inserted on PC, again the latter is not detecting it at all, although in the Device Manager I can see my adapter being recognised. I've tried Google, but the supposed methods shown, like using EaseUS Recovery software and others are not working in my case as am not able to see the card as a USB drive. Any other methods to deal with this would be most welcome, as I …

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Anyone who knows me will happily inform you that I am, as my username implies, rather tech obsessed. I'm not a happy geek when it comes to smartphone cases though, and it's been a long time since I've been able to say I've got the perfect case for my current device. Way back, when I carried an iPhone 5, I swore by my Otter Box for protection. It was bulky, but you could probably drive a tank over it with confidence. The thing is, the iPhone was tiny by comparison to the Samsung Galaxy S8+ that I am using these …

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I pre booked this phone and I am really excited about it, so can anybody suggest me is it worth it or not?

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Gaming work area is outstanding amongst other critical requirement for a gamer. When you sits before the work area for quite a while you should be however much agreeable as could be expected. There are som numerous choice of gaming work area that you can pick. Among them I list depicted 3 best gaming work area that may be the best alternative for you. This work area have such a large number of choices and particulars that won't let you down. Bestar Hampton Corner Gaming Workstation This work area is all that you sought after and that's only the tip …

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OK, so the Jelly Pro is being touted as the world's smallest 4G smartphone; but is it any good? Every time I pull the Jelly Pro out of the change pocket of my jeans, yes it really is that small, I cannot help but think of Derek Zoolander and his ridiculously small cellphone. That was a comedy spoof, of course, but how serious is the Jelly Pro? ![JellyPro01.jpg](/attachments/large/0/1bff7aed504a12d24089fabc6f4156a4.jpg "align-center") Let's get the size thing out of the way first, because that really is the main selling point here. It's small, very small indeed: 92.4mm x 43mm x 13mm (that's just …

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remote server not responding on my nokia 208

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Hi, I seem to get an Assertion failure with the following code: if (Butten.tag==1) { //int errorCount = 0; //UIImage *filterImage; GPUImageAmatorkaFilter *ColorMatrix=[[GPUImageAmatorkaFilter alloc]init]; [ColorMatrix prepareForImageCapture]; UIImage *filterImage=[ColorMatrix imageByFilteringImage:img_MainImage]; //while (! (filterImage = [ColorMatrix imageByFilteringImage:img_MainImage]) ) { // ++errorCount; //} //if (errorCount > 0) { //NSLog(@"GPUImageiOSBlurFilter imageByFilteringImage button clicked:"); //} vw_MainImage.image=filterImage; image_Edited =filterImage; lbl_MenuType.text=[arr_Effectname objectAtIndex:0]; filterImage=nil; free((__bridge void *)(filterImage)); } Error is: *Assertion failure in -[GPUImagePicture initWithCGImage:smoothlyScaleOutput:removePremultiplication:], /Users/darrenedwards/Desktop/app/Source/iOS/GPUImagePicture.m:94* Line 94 is: NSAssert( widthOfImage > 0 && heightOfImage > 0, @"Passed image must not be empty - it should be at least 1px tall and wide"); I am new to iOS …

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Got Android? Then you had better be on top of your security smarts. With Android cornering more than 80 per cent of the mobile operating system market, it's no surprise that Android devices are the number one target for the mobile malware merchants. Kaspersky Lab reckoned that Android malware attacks increased threefold between 2105 and 2016, and it's a trend it expects will continue. Not that malware is your only worry, everyone from pickpockets to coffee shop hackers, jealous spouses to seasoned cybercriminals, all want to get hold of your smartphone and the data it contains. So how do you …

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Generally speaking, when it comes to being as secure as possible (and, just as importantly, staying as secure as possible) newer is better. This is certainly the case if we are talking mobile operating systems such as Android and iOS. As of the start of March 2017, according to [Apple's own metrics]([https://developer.apple.com/support/app-store/) some 79% of Apple mobile devices are using the latest iOS 10. Pretty good rates of adoption considering this version of the OS is only six months old. Now compare that to [Google's official figures](https://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html) which reveal that as of March 2017 just 0.3% of Android devices are …

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Hi Guys, Am trying to develop an android application with 13 fragments. The app works very well with the navigation drawer, but when I tried to add the code for the function to swipe the screen to switch betwenn fragments, the app stopped to work. I am very new to android development, the reason why I am failing to get to the root of the matter. I need your help guys. Thanks in advance. Here is the code for main Main Activity.java package com.aidforpcs.www.myfragmentexample; import android.content.Context; import android.support.v4.app.FragmentActivity; import android.support.v4.app.FragmentManager; import android.support.v4.app.FragmentTransaction; import android.support.v4.view.PagerAdapter; import android.support.v4.view.ViewPager; import android.support.v4.widget.DrawerLayout; import android.support.v7.app.ActionBar; …

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I just got a new cell phone, sanyo 8200 camera phone, and I assume there is software to make your own ringtones from your cd's etc.... anyone experianced in this???? the thought of renting tones for $3 is silly when you can buy a song forever in itunes for $1... any help would be appreciated... either for mac or windows woudl be fine, share/free ware would be great but for the right thing wouldnt mond paying a few bucks... thanks

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For the longest time, every pun intended, I was a smartwatch hater. How dumb is that, a stupid-expensive smartwatch that really does nothing much at all. I mean, what's the point of wearing a watch that tells you when there's an email on the phone that's in your pocket? Or, indeed, of a watch at all when that phone in your pocket also tells you the time? The fact that smartwatches looked so bad, unless you like the kind of design on your wrist that shouts 'came free with a tankful of gasoline' that is. Even those usually uber-cool designers …

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Many reports shows that Android is the most usable operating system all around the world. So, it's good to learn Android for the career. But I am not sure about the future scope of Android. Keeping in mind the future is it good to make the career in Android?

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I'm going to buy a new smart phone. And since I didn't know much about this tech. Would you give me some recommendations. I'm looking for a smart phone with affordable price, nice camera. I would like the one that I can watch and download films, movies. And it should be easy for me to draft email, etc.

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Hi everyone, How are you? Starting some thread after long time :) Actually, I have a group of 25 people. I have 20-25 mobile devices in my group. So, I have assigned 1-2 device on each person's name(as an owner). But, people in the group ask each other for the device for some help and promise to return it too. They may need specific device for some work which is a genuine thing. But, they forget to return it & person who gave has to ask on emails or each person where his/her device is. Problem: Asking on emails is …

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The Google Experience Launcher, as it was, first arrived exclusively for the Nexus 5 towards the end of last year. That changed recently when the renamed Google Now Launcher (GNL) appeared in the Play Store as a standalone app for Nexus devices and those handsets running Google Play Edition (GPE), or to put it another way this is for Stock Android only. ![706bab7221b9e4deadf1145a43fec609](/attachments/large/0/706bab7221b9e4deadf1145a43fec609.jpg "706bab7221b9e4deadf1145a43fec609") Along with some minor visual tweaking to the home screen and dock, you get to swipe left to open Google Now instead of another home screen and on the main home screen (assuming the device is …

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What do you guys make of this new wearable keyboard: http://www.tapwithus.com/ Allegedly they are going to be opening an sdk which will enable any developer to turn it into a super controller..

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A slim and stylish design makes the Apple iPhone 5 lightweight and easy to carry around. - Phone is 4 months old and in great condition. - Rechargeable Li-Ion Battery - Comes with charger and screen protector. - Up to 480 minutes of talk time - 4-inch Retina display with a resolution of 1136 x 640 pixels - Packed with great features!

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are there simple templates to use?

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Dear all! I am gonna devlop a launcher in android studio in which icons of all apps are created(app's original icon+some effects) at run time. Kindly provide me suggestion, what should i do? I am having problem in making it's logic. Thanks in advance...!

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Made an experiment: 1. connected SONY camera's composite out to computer audio line-in 2. recorded incoming audio/video signal as sound using SoundForge program (stereo recording - one recorded audio (can clearly hear it), the other channel is video (hear as noise)); saved as WAV file 3. copied WAV file onto MP4 player 4. used composite audio/video cable (came with SONY camera), connected it to stereo audio output of MP4 player - connected it to TV Results: - heard audio signal (nothing special) - picture on TV was just some noise (experiment failed) ------- What went wrong here? How come picture …

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I have been a happy user of TomTom satnav products since they first hit the market some ten years ago now. For the most part, that has meant dedicated hardware for in-car use. However, when I last [reviewed the TomTom app for the iPhone here at DaniWeb back in 2010](http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/tablets-and-mobile-devices/reviews/333687/edit-your-own-satnav-maps-with-tomtom-for-iphone) it got a perfect 10/10 rating, the upgraded software truly being that good. In that original review I briefly mentioned that TomTom has a car-kit available for the iPhone which would charge the battery on the move and provide a GPS boost for those poor-signal areas. It also acted as …

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If the schools that my kids attend are anything to go by, it seems that high on Santa's list this Xmas just gone was an iTouch, iPhone or iPad depending how well off the parents were. That's understandable, they are just as attractive as gadgets for kids as they are to adults. But along with the never ending supply of free games, educational apps and the like comes the small problem of unfettered access to the Internet and all that brings with it. While adults may well have the family PC protected by parental control software to filter unsuitable content …

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Have an Android 4.1.1 just for Wifi use. No cellular contract for it. Looking for some android app choices...How can one get a texting address Guidance sought

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When sony xperia z have lolipop update ?

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So I know you can pay your provider to get the unlock code, or pay third parties too. How do the third parties get the code from the IMEI? If I have lots of phones could I unlock them al in one pop? Like if third parties can do it, then it must not be impossible.

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Hi everyone, A friend of mine lost a laptop the other day and unfortunately, there was no way to locate it . It got me thinking about solutions for locating stolen laptops or for that matter, most electronic hardware. Most of the solutions that I've come across e.g Adeona at [url]http://www.linux.com/archive/articles/148197[/url] do not impress me much because all it would take is a software(O.S) re-formatting and the tracking application is gone. The privacy part of Adeona is impressive though. What I would like to know is, does anyone know of a hardware solution that could be used, such that even …

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The End.