hi, i want to attach a handwritting pad(ivista tablet) to my java project. Any suggestion or any method how to make it possible. I tried the google but doesn't find any help

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So you've got a tablet, be that an Android, iPad or Windows powered device. Maybe you've got a phablet or just a bog-standard smartphone. Whatever you have, the chances are that it will have a capacitive touch screen. Most people, however, won't have got a stylus. The reasons are straightforward enough: 'I come equipped with a finger, thank you' and, well, that's it actually. For those people who have experienced stylus enlightenment, there's no turning back. A stylus brings more precise input to your device, be that just launching apps, using the on-screen keyboard or maybe getting a little more …

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I am about to buy a ASUS fonepad 7 2013 me 175cg..is it good?what about lenovo A10 tablet?

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I don't say it often (thank goodness) but OMG, and not in a good way. This [ASUS Transformer V machine](http://www.pcpro.co.uk/news/389047/asus-reveals-five-in-one-transformer-book-v?) has got to be the maddest idea I've seen for years. > The Transformer Book V is a Windows 8.1 laptop/tablet hybrid, which turns into an Android 4.4 KitKat device when a 5in Android smartphone is docked in the back. So, let's run that again: it's a Windows 8.1 laptop, a Windows 8.1 tablet, an Android 4.4 laptop,an Android 4.4 tablet and an Android smartphone all in one. Does anyone here have the particular problem that this device will solve? …

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As I stated when [reviewing the Minisuit 3-in-1 Folio Case](http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/tablets-and-mobile-devices/reviews/477039/review-minisuit-3-in-1-keyboard-folio-case-nexus-7-2013#) for the Nexus 7 2013, the most important things a writer looks for in any keyboard are key travel, spacing and feedback. Obviously a travel keyboard throws some additional requirements into the mix such as weight, size and battery life. However, when it comes to the single most important factor for me personally, and that's key spacing, the Minisuit Ultra-Thin Aluminium Bluetooth Keyboard Cover falls flat. There is simply no spacing at all, the keys just seem to merge together and it is very hard indeed not to hit the …

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For a professional writer of any description, there are three things that matter when it comes to the keyboard that they are using: key spacing, key travel and key feedback. The Minisuit 3-in-1 Folio manages, as far as any such small keyboard is ever going to achieve, to get the key spacing and feedback right. The scrabble tile keys are far enough part, in that there is sufficient gap between them and above/below them to prevent too much mis-keying. This is the bane of most travel keyboards, the keys are badly spaced and you end up making so many typos …

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Android-driven devices, including smartphones and tablets manufactured by the likes of Asus, LG, Motorola and Samsung, are being sold with pre-installed malware according to claims made by the CTO and Founder of Marble Security. David Jevans made the claim following complaints from a potential client that a mobile security platform from the vendor was mistakenly identifying a Netflix app as being malware. Upon further investigation, Marble researchers discovered that the apps in question were not only malware but were actively harvesting both passwords and financial data which were being sent to a Russian server. Although malware is nothing new, and …

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Hey everyone, So I've built a website for my portfolio and I want to make it responsive to all browser sizes. However I don't think I've got the basics of it down yet. I've got it to where my menu re-adjusts and but the main content doesn't seem to alter nor does the width height seem to change. No matter if I resize the browser, the width of the content seems to change. What am I doing wrong? Can anyone please help me figure this out? Thanks! index.php <!DOCTYPE html> <!--[if IE 7 ]> <html class="ie7 oldie"> <![endif]--> <!--[if IE …

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Hey everyone, So I have a website, already up and running but I'm having trouble making the site responsive to different screen widths. I'm having trouble making the text automatically fit to page when I try to manually resize the window in my desk top. I haven't completed the responsive design but I was wondering if I could get some help as to how to do this properly. My goal is to have the main header image at the top of the page, scale down to fit the screen as well as have the navigation that is displayed to the …

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Hy there! I am a student in my final years of collage, where i studied computer science. I consider myself a good programmer, and i enjoy coding in C++. But for my thesis I decided to write an application for a tablet like Nexus 7 and others that have Android OS. The application would be something like a diary app for teachers, but with many other functions including statistical informations about their students, charts from that information, the option of making pictures and thus the GUI would need to be quite good. But i do not know where to start... …

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The iPad is, as those annoyingly creative TV adverts show us, used for all sorts of things by all sorts of people. However, according to a press release that hit the DaniWeb news desk today, you might be forgiven for thinking that shopping isn't one of them. As usual though, the devil is in the detail. [attach=right]23979[/attach]The press release exclaimed that the Apple iPad was failing to be used by online shoppers and went on to reveal that a nationwide study of consumer habits in the UK had shown that Brits are not embracing tablets for online shopping and claimed …

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I'm one of those people who has both an iPad and an iPhone (in fact until very recently I had two iPhones) so I was interested to see the results of a survey that PriceGrabber published this week and which suggest that the majority of US consumers would consider buying an ipad Mini this year were one made available. To be honest, I'm not convinced. The notion of a 7" iPad seems a little desperate to me, something conjured up merely to compete with the Galaxy Tabs of this world. About the only benefit i coudl see for such a …

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A jury in the US has, after just three days deliberating, ruled that Samsung must pay Apple more than $1 billion in damages. The lawsuit had focussed on alleged patent infringements by Samsung in terms of both software and design relating to Apple's iPhone and iPad devices. Although not all of the claims made by Apple were upheld by the jury, it did agree that several Samsung devices had violated the intellectual property rights of Apple. At the same time, claims by Samsung that Apple had breached several of its patents were dismissed by the jury. ![dweb-samsungbillions](/attachments/small/0/dweb-samsungbillions.jpg "align-right") Samsung is …

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I'm not the greatest artist in the world, but I do like to tinker with a bit of sketching. When my vision deteriorated to the point of this becoming difficult, I turned to my iPad for assistance. Using a stylus and a drawing app I found I was able to continue sketching. The ability to magnify the canvas to whatever was comfortable for me has, quite literally, been an eye opener. ![ekit01](/attachments/small/0/ekit01.jpg "align-right") There is no doubting though, that digital art is a very different beast to getting your fingers dirty with some charcoal and a piece of paper. Mainly, …

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I have a Motorola tablet, sometimes when I fill out a form, when I select a text-field by touching the screen, actually it selects an upper text-filed. Do you know what could be the problem?

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According to IT security outfit Kaspersky, which has just [published details](http://www.securelist.com/en/analysis/204792255/Kaspersky_Security_Bulletin_2012_The_overall_statistics_for_2012) of the information security landscape as it was shaped during 2012, 99% of all mobile malware threats now target Android devices. With 6300 new mobile malware samples discovered every month on average across 2012, Android has become the focus for the criminal fraternity for a second year in a row. The remaining 1% of threats, in case you wondered, were mainly targeting Java and Symbian-based smartphones. Across 2012 as a whole, Kaspersky reports, the number of known malicious samples on the Android platform increased "explosively" compared to the previous …

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A week may be a long time in politics, but 18 months is an absolute aeon as far as computing is concerned. Back in October 2010 here at DaniWeb I was posing the question of whether the newest [Amazon Kindle could be an iPad killer](http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/tablets-and-mobile-devices/reviews/315078/amazon-kindle-3-better-than-the-ipad) and came to the almost inevitable conclusion that as far as reading books was concerned, then yes it was. Soon that boot could be on the other foot with ongoing rumours that an iPad Mini will be on sale in time for the seasonal rush at year end, backed up by what are claimed to …

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Microsoft has been slowly moving away from the desktop PC software market for many years now, and with the recent launches of Windows 8 and the Surface tablets, along with the latest Windows Phone devices, the whole mobile and touch arena has taken quite a bit of the consumer-oriented focus. It really should come as no surprise, then, to see Microsoft strategically positioning itself in the device integration space: the Xbox SmartGlass app is a prime example of this. ![photo_(11)](/attachments/small/0/photo_(11).JPG "align-right") Available initially for Windows 8 devices and those powered by the Windows Phone OS, and then for Android devices, …

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Microsoft failed to make tablets work with Windows for PEN Computing twenty years ago, so why are some people saying that it is set to dethrone the iPad later this year? Can Windows 8 really prove to be a commercial threat to iOS? [ATTACH=RIGHT]24152[/ATTACH]I still have my Compaq Concerto from 1992, which is generally accepted as the first ever mainstream Tablet PC. It ran Windows for PEN Computing Version 1, which was actually just Windows 3.1 with some rather rudimentary pen input add-ons included. Although I have sentimental reasons for hanging on to the world's first real commercial tablet, I …

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Last year I reviewed the original Kensington KeyFolio Pro case with integrated keyboard, and liked it so much I have been using it on a daily basis ever since. With a DaniWeb rating of 9 out of 10, there really wasn't much room for improvement. So when Kensington released the KeyFolio Pro 2 earlier this year I was dubious that it could actually be worth the upgrade. Having now spent some time hands-on with latest version of this must-have iPad peripheral for the jobbing journalist, writer or coder, I am happy to report that my cynicism was unfounded. Kensington have …

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My application won't run anymore in my tablet and I don't know why. It runs fine in the emulator. public class TestingActivity extends Activity implements OnClickListener { /** Called when the activity is first created. */ String uname, pass, pic; EditText txtUname, txtPass; Button login; TextView result, tview2, tview3; String nameStartLine = " <td style=\"font:10px verdana; color:#312e25; text-align:right;\">Name:</td>"; @Override public void onCreate(Bundle savedInstanceState) { super.onCreate(savedInstanceState); setContentView(R.layout.main); login=(Button)findViewById(R.id.button1); result=(TextView)findViewById(R.id.textView1); tview2=(TextView)findViewById(R.id.textView2); tview3=(TextView)findViewById(R.id.textView3); txtUname=(EditText)findViewById(R.id.editText1); txtPass=(EditText)findViewById(R.id.editText2); login.setOnClickListener(this); android.view.Display display = ((android.view.WindowManager)getSystemService(Context.WINDOW_SERVICE)).getDefaultDisplay(); //set width and height txtUname.setHeight((int)(display.getHeight()*0.079)); txtUname.setWidth((int)(display.getWidth()/1.2)); txtPass.setHeight((int)(display.getHeight()*0.079)); txtPass.setWidth((int)(display.getWidth()/1.2)); login.setHeight((int)(display.getHeight()*0.079)); login.setWidth((int)(display.getWidth()/3.2)); //set position RelativeLayout.LayoutParams lp1 = new RelativeLayout.LayoutParams(LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT); RelativeLayout.LayoutParams lp2 = new RelativeLayout.LayoutParams(LayoutParams.WRAP_CONTENT, …

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DaniWeb recently reported [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/netbooks-tablets-and-mobile-devices/news/376700/1621471"]how Apple had won a ban on the sale of the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 tablet in Europe [/URL] and even [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/netbooks-tablets-and-mobile-devices/news/376718"]published the rather generic-looking design drawings[/URL] at the heart of the case. Now a Düsseldorf regional court judge, Johanna Brueckner-Hoffmann, has heard the Samsung appeal against the ban and concluded that the Galaxy Tab 10.1 gives a "clear impression of similarity" to the iPad: the result being that the ban has been upheld, but only in Germany rather than being across the EU. If [URL="http://www.theregister.co.uk/2011/09/21/samsung_could_block_iphone_5_in_europe_patent_wars_rumble_on/"]reports[/URL] are to be believed, Samsung could fight back with an attempt …

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I would like to collaborate with experienced developers who are looking for fun ideas to create games on smartphones and tablets. Mobile gaming is experiencing exponential growth and there are many attractive options going forward.

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The biggest difference which i have noted between chinese tablets and european tablet is that battery timing. I have a tablet baught from germany in 130$. its battery runs for 7 hours continues video or wifi. Another tablet which I have got from hongkong is of same cost but its china product. Its battery runs 4-5 hours maximum. I suggest when you buy a tablet, you must see battery Mah value..often written in specs. like 2800mah...4200mah...this value decides how good is battery.4200 is better than 2800mah

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Kudos have to go to Apple for taking the totally dead, and I mean Dodo dead, consumer tablet computing concept and not only breathing new life into it but turning it into an object of desire with the iPad. The new iPad 2 does not feel so aspirational. Sure, there is an increase in the wow factor but not to the degree that you those who have already invested in an iPad will feel compelled to upgrade immediately, and perhaps more importantly [URL="http://www.daniweb.com/hardware-and-software/netbooks-tablets-and-mobile-devices/reviews/327951"]convince non-iPad owners to buy into the Apple dream at the expense of the Android one[/URL]. Which side …

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I was going to get the Kindle Fire, but my hopes and dreams have been crushed because I'm in the UK. So are there any good tablets? With similar specs, or better, for a similar price of 199 dollars?

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[ATTACH=RIGHT]22851[/ATTACH]Thought Apple had the tablet market sewn up? Think again. And it's not Android but apathy that's the problem according to new research. Yep, if you thought Apple had the whole tablet computing market sewn up tighter than a zombies' mouth, you would be wrong according to newly published research which, while confirming the iPad as market leader, points towards a far from certain future when it comes to convincing the average consumer (as opposed to early adopting gadget geeks) that tablet computing is for them. A new study of UK consumers has shed some interesting light on the attitudes …

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As well as being Editor-in-Chief and Community Administrator here at DaniWeb, for the last 20 years I have also been a freelance journalist (writing for national newspapers as well as being Contributing Editor of PC Pro, the best selling computer magazine in the UK) and am fortunate enough to have seen more than 20 of my books published for good measure. To put that into some perspective, working on an average of 6,000 words per week for 20 years I have an output of more than 6 million published words to my name. Keyboards are, therefore, pretty important to me. …

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It may win the prize for being the research with the most surreal title, but the 'My dog ate my iPad' report comes with a very serious message attached and one that business would do well to listen to. The full title of the independent research report, commissioned by SecureData, is actually 'My dog ate my iPad - security risks of the consumerised workplace' which addresses the hot potato that is summed up as BYOD or Bring Your Own Device. Just how hot a potato? Well, according to this research at any rate, 98% of those surveyed were allowed to …

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My uncle is coming to the UK from the US for Christmas, and I've asked him to get me the Kindle Fire, which comes out in November over there, but there is no UK release date. If he buys it for me there, and beings it home to, will I have any limitations on what I can do with it? Like the kindle store for example, if it's built for the America region, and I choose to use it in the region of Europe, will I not be able to do some things that I'll be able to do there? …

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