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AdvSoft introduces the best Integrated Organizers for iOS – AweCal

Vancouver, Canada – Today Advsoft proudly announces the best integrated organizer for iOS (iPhone and iPad) – AweCal. Our organizer is the most elegant and easy to use organizer (Calendars, Tasks and Notes combined) application available on the App Store. It works perfectly with the native iOS, Google calendar, Google Tasks, Toodledo and built-in Reminders.

AweCal is an all-in-one: Calendar, Task and Note management application that helps you manage your time efficiently with an elegant and friendly organizer. A Mac OSX application with same features is available. All have the same features and data can be synced easily between devices via our own AweCal Cloud server.

AweCal is a great tool for busy individuals in business, from school, at home … to manage his or her appointments, tasks and notes with minimum time and cost. It is designed to help you effortlessly manage day-to-day appointments, tasks and notes with a rich set of features: Day, Week, Month and List view, various filter modes, smart scheduler logic to book task to calendar, checklist for any task/event, send / accept invitations, time balance, rich syncing supports, super quick data entry and data manipulations, and more.

What makes AweCal unique:
* Application Interface: it is clean, simple, easy to use and focused on your productivity.

* Control your data: As a collaboration tool, the app supports a wide ranges of syncing possibilities: Events sync to iOS native calendar, Google Calendar. Tasks sync to Reminders, Toodledo, Google Tasks. Data on iOS version can be synced to Mac version via AweCal Cloud server. Data in AweCal cloud server can be viewed and edited with the web application (www.awecal.com).

* Smart scheduling: It is important to know what is the best time you can start doing your tasks, beside the scheduled events. The app provides a powerful smart scheduler to book (schedule) your tasks into calendar automatically with the best fit algorithm to find the most recent open time slots that were not occupied by events or other booked tasks.

* Nature working flow: Supports the working flow: Note -> Task -> Event or Note -> Events. From Day view, you can easily navigate all Notes, Tasks and Events that need your attention in any day. You can easily create Task/Event from a Note by opening the Note view. You can drag a task to event view and convert it to be an event. All done tasks and events will be recorded in History view, so you can easily keep tracks your works.

* Manage your calendars online and offline: Data can be added, edited and deleted any time, all changes will be synced backed to your sync sources once you are online.

* Customizable Day, Week, Month, and List view: Depending on your needs you can overview your data (events, notes and tasks) in day, week, and month or List view. Various filters are supported in List view. The UI can be customized, such as you can hide Notes and Tasks list whenever not needed.

Device Requirements:
* iPhone 3GS, 4, 4S, iPhone 5, iPod touch and iPad
* Requires iOS 5.1 or later
* 11.7 MB

Pricing and Availability:
AweCal 1.6 is .99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Productivity category.

AweCal 1.6
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Based on Vancouver, Canada, AdvSoft is a young company dedicated to mobile application development with a focus on the iPhone, and iPad platforms. The company has a strong background from Linux, Android, and now iOS. Copyright (C) 2013 AdvSoft. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, iPod and iPad are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries.

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JDI unveils 5-inch Full HD “Pixel Eyes” display with integrated touch technology


Japan Display Inc. (JDI) has unveiled its latest display technology, a 5-inch 1080p TFT LCD display with integrated touch functionality. Called “Pixel Eyes,” the display offers certain advantages including slimmer modules and lower optical reflections.

JDI is a joint venture between Sony, Hitachi and Toshiba, and its panels have already been used in Xperia Z handsets, however a problem noted by many reviewers was the poor viewing angles. JDI has noted that displays need to improve in some aspects and offer “higher resolutions, wider viewing angles, higher picture quality, lower power consumption, and thinner module thickness.”

The improvements this new technology will bring to the table include a 10 to 30% slimmer module, clearer picture quality and increased module brightness. At this point in time, it appears as if Pixel Eyes is not using the recently announced triluminos display tech.

When it comes to specs, the Pixel Eyes will feature a “transmissive IPS” display mode and offer a resolution of up to 1080p, 445 pixel per inch (ppi) density, 450cd/m2 brightness, contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a viewing angle of 160 degrees.

JDI says that displays in resolutions of 720p (720 x 1280 pixels) and qHD (540 x 960 pixels) will be mass produced starting with June 2013, with the 5-inch Full-HD displays being produced soon after. JDI will exhibit the display at the Society for Information Display (SID) Display Week 2013, in Japan this week.


Are you interested in this new display tech? Hope to see the screens in Sony’s next flagship devices?


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Check out this list of games that already have integrated Google’s Play Games services

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Mountain View yesterday at Google I/O announced something very exciting: Google Play Games services. At the time of this writing, the new Play Games features have only been integrated in a small handful of games, but we should see more integration as time goes on.

There’s only a few games that have implemented the new features, including popular titles like World of Goo, Triple Town, Plague Inc., Modern Combat 4: Zero Hour, and Beach Buggy Blitz.

Not every game you come across in the Google Play Store is going to offer the new Play Games features. ”We won’t make it a mandatory exercise, or have any certification process around it,” Google lead product manager Greg Hartrell told Engadget. “We create fantastic services that allow developers to create these great game experiences, and help promote their discovery, help retain their users and keep them engaged.

As much as I’d like to see the Play Games services become a mandatory implementation, it’d at least be nice to see a category in the Play Store that showed you which games are using the new APIs. In the meantime, Droid Gamers has a forum thread with all the games using the new services, which will be updated “until it becomes impossible to do so”.

Are you excited to see more games implement Google’s new Play Games services? Do you think it should be a requirement for all games to implement the new games services? Let everyone know in the comments!


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ClockworkMod Superuser now integrated into CyanogenMod

Clockworkmod Superuser Screenshot CyanogenModTowards the end of February Koushik Dutta, best known as the author of ClockworkMod Recovery, released a new superuser access app called ClockworkMod Superuser. The initial release could only be installed via recovery mode but it didn’t take long before it was made into an .apk and uploaded to the Google Play Store. The popularity of the new utility, which allows users to grant and manage which apps have root access on a rooted device, has been phenomenal (considering it only applies to rooted devices) and now ClockworkMod Superuser has been fully integrated into CyanogenMod.

The move to integrate ClockworkMod Superuser into CyanogenMod has generally been welcomed. The problem with the old super user apps (and there were several) is that they were all closed source. The new app is open source meaning that it can be subjected to independent security analysis. Before ClockworkMod Superuser, the reality was that every rooted device relied on the same bits of software to grant or deny administrator access and nobody was able to prove or inspect what these apps were doing! Although the chances of these apps being rogue was virtually zero, by moving to open source this has made it actually zero.

Other key features of ClockworkMod Superuser include multiple user account support on Android 4.2 devices, PIN protection and integration into the Android notification system. The app also supports tablets with an optimized user interface. If you aren’t using a nightly build of CyanogenMod you can get ClockworkMod Superuser from Google Play.

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