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Smartphones and Sex: How the tech in your pocket affects life in (and out of) your pants

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One week ago we asked you about how your smartphone factors into your dating, romance, and sex lives. And while we expected quite a response, we didn’t expect this much of a response. More than 17,000 of you took part in our survey in the past week, and the results were interesting, to say the least.

There are plenty of interesting correlations and divergences based on age groups and platform choice. Some are not at all surprises, others caught us by surprise. For example…

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Galaxy S5, Galaxy Note 4 concepts bring new Samsung design patents to life

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After a couple of new design patents have been awarded to Samsung on the last day of the previous year, a couple of new smartphone concepts have emerged imagining what the future Galaxy S5 and the Galaxy Note 4 would look like in case Samsung would actually use the design shown in those patents.

U.S. patents No. D696,654 and D696,654 describe “ornamental designs” for a handheld terminal and an electronic device, respectively, and have been both awarded to Samsung in the U.S. on December 31, 2013. Just like with other design patents, the fact that Samsung has been awarded these patents doesn’t mean the company will indeed make mobile products that will look like the devices described in them.

However, in case the company did pursue these designs this year, this is how the Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 could look like, according to two designers.

Ivo Maric came up with the following Galaxy S5 concept that proposes a smartphone with a curved display on the sides (or at least on the right side, which is what a patent suggests), which would let users place handy shortcuts on the side of the display – check out the gallery below.

Jermain Smit came up with a similar concept, although the patents inspired him to create a Galaxy Note 4 model based on Samsung’s design ideas. The Galaxy Note 4 imagined by Smit also features a curved display, just like the Galaxy S5 model above.

In the following gallery, you can check out relevant images from the two patent applications mentioned above, in order to compare them with these Galaxy S5 and Galaxy Note 4 renders:

We’ll remind you that these concepts have nothing to do with actual Samsung products that will be unveiled later this year. The Galaxy S5 is expected to be announced at some point around MWC 2014, according to a Samsung exec, while the Galaxy Note 4 will probably be unveiled around IFA 2014 in September.

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BLU Life Pure unveiled with 5-inch 1080p display and 13MP camera

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[#protected_0#] has unveiled their latest smartphone, the Life Pure. This is essentially the latest device in the Life Series and it is one that BLU describes as offering a “stunning design and premium build quality with flagship performance.” BLU Products teases the Life Pure by saying how it “focuses on “gorgeous design and beautiful software, appealing to users who wish to own a piece of modern art, without sacrificing their desire for the latest technology available in a smartphone.”

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While the modern art description will likely come down to a personal opinion, we can take a look at the specs, which coincidentally, seem to be a step up from some of the other BLU devices. In this case we are looking at a handset with a 5-inch 1080p display and quad-core processor. Specifically, the display has a scratch-resistant panel, a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and PPI of 441. The processor clocks in as a quad-core 1.5GHz Cortex-A7 MediaTek MT6589T.

Other specs here include a 13 megapixel rear-facing camera with BSI sensor and LED flash as well as a 5 megapixel front-facing camera, 2000 mAh battery, 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. Those considering the handset will also find WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.0, and the usual array of sensors including an accelerometer, proximity and gyro. The BLU Life Pure will be running Android 4.2 Jelly Bean at launch.

The BLU Life Pure has 3G (HSPA+) and 2G connectivity in the form of; 3G (HSPA+ 42Mbps) 850/1900, 850/2100, 2G (GSM/GPRS/EDGE) 850/900/1800/1900 MHz. It will also be available in two colors — Matte Black and Ceramic White. Finally, this model will be coming available for those in the US and Latin America. BLU Products will have it priced at 9 and while there wasn’t a specific timeline for updates, they did mention how “future software updates will be available through BLU’s over-the-air Wireless Update Feature.”

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Chrome for Android inspires Chrome OS to bring web pages to life as apps

With Chrome Beta for Android, we have the ability to turn any webpage into an app. By selecting “add to homescreen” from the menu, we get a quick-launching app right from our device. It was a feature that we find incredibly useful, and one that we’d like to see make a wider impact. An update to Chrome OS is giving users that functionality, and we hope it goes far beyond that platform.

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If you’re on the Developer channel inside of Chrome OS, you can enable the enable-streamlined-hosted-apps flag, which will one the functionality up. From there, you simply get visit a website of your choosing, open Tools from the drop down menu inside the browser, and select Create App from this Website. From there, a shortcut is created in your app drawer.

When opened, the new web app looks a bit more like an app than a Chrome browser window, but it’s there for singular quick launching. To us, this brings in a feature from mobile we’d hoped would make its way to the desktop. Chrome OS is the natural next step for such a feature — even though we thought it would have gone there before mobile — but this is too good not to see everywhere.

Now that the Chrome app drawer is on Windows and Mac, we see no reason this shouldn’t be made available elsewhere. The goal is to have a seamless experience from mobile to desktop and back, and this accomplishes that. If we could get the new apps synced as well, that would only enhance the experience further.

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LegacyXperia puts 2011 Sony Xperia devices on life support via CyanogenMod 11

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Aside from giving users a more vanilla and more liberated Android experience, one of the side benefits of [#protected_0#] is bringing Android to devices no manufacturer, or even Google, would dare go. In particular, the popular custom ROM has been the savior of many older devices that are relatively capable of running more recent Android versions, such as some of Sony‘s Xperia smartphones from 2011.

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As the name says, LegacyXperia is a project that targets legacy devices, those that manufacturers and carriers have given up on, much to the distress of owners who still find them quite usable. Now there might be some light at the end of that tunnel, provided these owners are willing to take some steps that, ironically, might make the device unusable. Last week, Sony Xperia 2012 models were given a new lease on life via CyanogenMod. Now it’s the older devices’ turn to get reborn.

The LegacyXperia project has quite a roster of supported devices, including the Xperia Arc and Arc S, Xperia Neo and Neo V, Xperia Pro and Mini Pro, Xperia Active, Xperia Mini, and Xperia Ray. These devices, at one point in time, where supported by CyanogenMod directly but have been dropped after CyanogenMod 10. The team is now working on bringing CyanogenMod 11, and thus the latest Android 4.4, to these abandoned smartphones as well.

There is still a lot of work to be done as WiFi is marked as buggy and 720p recording and HDMI output are still not working. However, considering how much is already working at this early alpha stage, there is hope that these can get fixed in due time.

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Samsung Galaxy Gear to get better notifications, improved battery life after update

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This week, Samsung will push an update to the U.S. variant of the Galaxy Gear that adds better third-party notification support and increases battery life.

After the update to the Samsung Galaxy Gear users will be able to receive full notifications from third-party apps directly on their wrist. That means, for example, that Gmail will finally display message previews on the Galaxy Gear, making it easy to see if an email is worth reading right away. When the Galaxy Gear first shipped, apps like Gmail, Hangouts, Facebook Messenger, or any other non-Samsung app, could only display an icon on the smartwatch. The lack of full notifications was a major knock against the Galaxy Gear, and caused many to question the device’s usefulness.

With full notification support the Galaxy Gear can potentially compete with other smartwatches such as the Pebble and the Sony Smartwatch 2.

The Galaxy Gear update will also improve some of the basic features of the smartwatch. Samsung claims the update will improve the Smart Relay feature of the Galaxy Gear, which lets users open tasks on their phone from their smartwatch. Users will also see an improvement to the lift-and-pause gesture that turns on the clock after the update.

European users who received the update to the Galaxy Gear report increased battery life, though Samsung makes no claim to improving battery life with the update.

The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch currently only works with the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and some Galaxy S4 devices, but will soon work with more Samsung devices. As Samsung updates its devices to Android 4.3 Jelly Bean it will add support for the 9 smartwatch.

The question is: will anybody actually want the Galaxy Gear after the update? Or are they waiting for a better competitor to come along?

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Lenovo Yoga Tablets come with battery life of up to 18 hours

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Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet 10 and Yoga Tablet 8 are new Android devices that pack up to 18 hours of battery life thanks to a built-in kickstand that hides such special battery powers.

As you can see in these images (gallery below), both devices have their own stands, which can be used to operate the tablets in specific positions. But that stand also hides a larger battery that offers 16 hours of life (Yoga Tablet 8) or 18 hours (Yoga Tablet 10).

The new tablets are both affordable devices, at 9 and 9, respectively, so don’t expect high-end hardware from them.

We’re looking at the same set of specs for both tablets including 1280 x 800 IPS displays (8- and 10-inch, respectively,) 1.2GHz quad-core MediaTek MT8125 processor, 1GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, microSD support, 5-megapixel camera, 1.6-megapixel front-facing camera and Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean under the hood.

Interestingly, the Yoga Tablets have an iOS-like app arrangement, with each screen being populated with apps.

As for the dock, it has three modes it can be used in, including a “Read mode” (kickstand closed, it can be used as a regular tablet) “Stand mode” (kickstand open, it can be used as a laptop with a keyboard, or for enjoying videos) and “Tilt mode” (kickstand open, it can be used to type easier on the touchscreen).

Lenovo also has a wireless keyboard to go along with the 10-inch model, and all devices will be available starting with October 30 from Best Buy. Additionally, the 10-inch model will also be available from other retailers including Amazon, Newegg and Fry’s.

Anyone interested in Lenovo’s new Yoga Tablets?

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Qualcomm Toq offers several days of battery life, works great in bright light

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We all know that last Wednesday was a big day for Samsung, as the company officially announce a new phone, tablet and even a smart watch. But did you know that right around the same time, Qualcomm was also delivering its own press event in San Diego? It was there that the chip maker officially announced the Qualcomm Toq.

Like the Samsung Galaxy Gear, the Toq is designed as a companion device that syncs with your smartphones and other mobile devices. Where the watch differs is in the overall strategy.

Samsung’s Gear is all about power and performance, while the Toq is about low-power design and the use of mirasol display technology. The end result is a device that sips battery life slowly and does exceptionally well in bright light conditions.

The Toq will be available to potential buyers sometime in October for around 0 in the United States, but Qualcomm really isn’t interested in pushing the Toq as a commercial device.

According to Qualcomm, the Toq should have enough juice to easily last 3-4 days with average use, and as long as week with light usage. Similar to the Pebble, the Toq also has a display that is always active and ready to go. In fact, the Toq doesn’t even have a power button on it!

Some of the Toq’s other specs include a generic 200Mhz ARM Cortex M3 processor, a 1.55-inch mirasol color display with a resolution of 288×192, an adjustable wrist band with integrated 220mAh battery, a backlight for dark area viewing, Bluetooth connectivity and a customized OS.

For those that don’t want to be burdened by conventional charging, you’ll be happy to know that the Toq wirelessly charges using Qualcomm’s WiPower LE technlogy.

So what exactly does Toq bring to the table?

We know that smart watches are designed to connect to your other mobile devices, but what specifically does the Toq do? Out of the box, the Toq is designed primarily for telling time and syncing various types of notifications from calendars to text messages and phone call logs.

There doesn’t appear to be any kind of app storefront just yet, though there are quite a few basic smart features built in already. Some of the Toq’s extended features include the ability to handle your music, look at stocks, and even relay weather information.

As time progresses, the watch will also likely add more features and apps. For those wondering, the color mirasol’s refresh rate should be more than capable of handling video, too.

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The Toq will be available to potential buyers sometime in October for around 0 in the United States, but Qualcomm really isn’t interested in pushing the Toq as a commercial device. The chip maker plans to only make a limited number of watches, somewhere in the tens of thousands.

Why keep the run limited? Somewhat like Google Glass Explorer units, the idea is that the Qualcomm Toq is more of an experiment than a true, mass market product. Beyond the initial run, Qualcomm has no plans to make further generations or batches of the Toq.

Ultimately, Qualcomm Toq’s purpose is to show consumers and manufacturers the potential of mirasol technology (- and to lesser extent, Qualcomm’s smart watch platform). This could mean that future smart watches similar to Toq could be built by Qualcomm partners, instead.

While the Qualcomm Toq is a pretty unique device, those interested in a more commercialized approach to the smart watch might want to turn their attention to the Galaxy Gear or the Sony SmartWatch 2. What do you think of the Toq, would you be interested in picking one up or not?

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Sony Xperia S, SL, and acro S firmware updated with improved camera, longer battery life

Sony has just announced a new Android 4.1 Jelly Bean update for a trio of its Xperia smartphones. Rolling out to owners of the Xperia S, Xperia SL, and the Xperia acro S is a new firmware update that brings in fixes and improvements in many parts of the system.

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Sony unveiled the Xperia S early last year, which was its newest flagship back then and was followed by two variants. As a recap of features, the Xperia S has a 4.3-inch HD display and runs on a 1.5 GHz dual-core Qualcomm MSM8260 CPU with 1 GB of RAM and a 12.1 megapixel camera. A few months later, Sony outed the Xperia acro S, which is basically the Xperia S but with dust and water-proof features. And finally, the Xperia SL was announced around August last year with basically the same hardware as the Xperia S except for a boosted processor which runs at 1.7 GHz instead.

This new firmware update follows one that Sony released a few days ago and addresses issues that were reported then. The update fixes an abnormality in the white balance of the camera and fixed 1080p video recording. It improved power consumption and heat dissipation in order to prolong battery life. It also added some new features, including the ability to launch Google Now with a long press of the home key.

The new update will be rolled out over the air with no options for a manual download. Sony reminds that, though the update has been released, it might take some time to reach owners depending on market and carrier availability.

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Teach Yourself How to Make Better Decisions Using Life Inventory Apps

Revere, Massachusetts – James Hollender’s Life Inventory apps help users teach themselves how to make better decisions in Life. These apps may be complex, but once understood are amazing and built-in instructions are a great help. They guide users in creating their own Life Inventory, another term for Moral Inventory, which can provide greater self understanding of personality, strengths and weaknesses leading to a better quality of life by learning how to make better decisions. These apps allow any user, even someone not in a 12-Step program, to learn more about themselves than they ever thought possible and at only a small fraction the cost of a single visit to a therapist. The Canadian Reviewer has suggested Life Inventory may even become your always available digital therapist:

“If your smartphone has become your personal trainer, assistant, and even financial advisor, why not turn it into your therapist as well? Life Inventory app for iOS is here to help you understand what makes you tick. This app helps you create your own Life Inventory or Moral Inventory to provide you with better understanding of your personality, strengths, and weaknesses to help you live a better life.”

The recent update to version 3.0 provides additional security to the Life Inventory for iPad app which doesn’t allow any access to the app at startup until proper authentication has been supplied, but only if the user has password protection implemented. This was a feature requested by a user who sometimes wants to loan out his iOS device, but doesn’t want the other user to see anything, even the instructions. A similar upgrade was also done for the iPhone and iPod touch version 2.7.

The Life Inventory for iPad app was rated as the 3rd Top iOS App for 2012:

“Life Inventory for iPad: This iPad top iOs apps 2012 has the potential to let users create their very own Life Stock, which may present higher self-understanding of their character, strengths, and weaknesses. Life Stock is geared towards folks working by manner of a 12 step AA program and has quite quite a bit of spiritual connotations as faith and fellowship is the cornerstone of these kinds of programs. It assists customers in probing into not solely what happened, but in addition why it happened. Life Stock is certainly equivalent to moral inventory. Because the idea behind the app is advanced, new users might wrestle a bit with it. Life Stock is suitable with iPad and requires iOS 5.0 or later. This app costs USD 9.99. There may be additionally an iPhone version available.”

Both the iPad and iPhone/iPod touch versions accomplish exactly the same thing, only the interface is considerably different for each because of the significant differences in screen size.

The process of completing a Life Inventory does not directly address anyone’s specific problems, habits or addictions, but rather helps the user examine in detail events that have transpired in their life. The Life Inventory apps gently assists the user in probing into not only what happened, but also why it happened. The questions asked help the user delve into areas often never considered before, like:

* What did I want?
* Why did I want it?
* What am I not admitting?
* What lie did I tell myself?
* What did I leave out or not say?
* What lie did I tell others?
* Have I ever done the same thing?
* Was it any of my business?
* Were my expectations reasonable?
* What was the real truth?
* What was I not seeing?
* Did I fail to see the facts of the situation?
* What actions did I take to get what I wanted?
* What actions did I omit to get what I wanted?

Life Inventory guides the user through six different steps, each with its own activity grouping, for making a Life Inventory:

* Build Lists
* Causes and Effects
* My Part
* Fears Analysis
* Fear Questions
* Sex Relations

Throughout the process, users are encouraged to enter data into their Inventory, be completely honest about themselves and take advantage of encouragement and support.

The Inventory begins by making one simple list, which defines four fixed Categories in which to file away what are broadly categorized as Incidents:

* People
* Institutions and Organizations
* Principles, Ideals and Beliefs
* Sources of Anxiety and Excitement

Each of the four Categories will contain hierarchical sub-categories. From there, users outline Entities and then individual Incidents related each Entity.

Step-by-step, users complete the Causes and Effects of each Incident. Next, users determine the part they played in each Incident listed. It is not unusual to create hundreds of Incident forms, each devoted to a single incident. The app includes the ability to create and save all written lists and forms with password protection. Having completed all their Incident forms, users can refer to these forms to help list all their Fears. The app includes the following eight pre-defined fears, to which the user is free to add:

* Other people’s opinions
* Not getting what I want
* Not having control of the situation
* Financial insecurity
* Abandonment
* Physical harm
* Failure
* Success

The fifth step is examining each Fear category and answering the following key questions:

* Why did I have this fear?
* When did I first notice this fear in my life?
* How did I hold on to this fear?
* What did this fear make me do?
* What chain of circumstances did this fear set in motion in my life?
* How did I react to this fear?
* What decision did this fear cause me to make?
* How did self-reliance fail me?
* What should I have done instead?

And the sixth and final step is examining Sex Relations, where users answer all the following questions regarding each of their sexual relationships:

* How was I selfish?
* Where was I dishonest?
* Where was I inconsiderate?
* Who was hurt in this situation?
* Did I arouse jealousy, suspicion, or bitterness?
* Where was I at fault?
* What should I have done instead?
* What will I do in the future?
* Did I pray or have spiritual conversations with him/her?
* Did I pray for him/her?
* Did I enjoy his/her company?
* Did we bring each other closer to God?

“The process of completing a Life Inventory doesn’t directly address anyone’s specific problems, habits or addictions, but rather helps the user examine in detail events that have transpired in their life,” stated indie developer James Hollender. “The Life Inventory app gently assists the user in probing into not only what happened, but also why it happened.” James Hollender is also the author of a suite of Nutrient apps based on the USDA National Nutrient Database:

* iCarbs (Carbohydrates)
* iCholesterol (Dietary Cholesterol)
* iFiber (Fiber)
* iKals (Calories)
* iPotassium (Potassium)
* iProteins (Proteins)
* iSatFat (Saturated Fat)
* iSodium (Sodium)
* iSugars (Sugars)
* Vitamin K (Vitamins K1, K1D & K2)
* iNutrients (encompasses all ten nutrients listed above)

Device Requirements:
* “Life Inventory” – iPhone and iPod touch
* “Life Inventory for iPad” – iPad only
* Requires iOS 5.0 or later

Pricing and Availability:
Life Inventory and Life Inventory for iPad are each .99 (USD) and available worldwide exclusively through the iTunes App Store in the Lifestyle category. A Lite version of each app is .99, which supplement the main app by providing a mock Moral Inventory from which the user can learn by example and experimentation. Review copies are available on request.

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Based in Revere, Massachusetts, Indie developer James Hollender is a well seasoned Information Technology professional who has been familiar with Apple products since the days of the first Macintosh computer and has been involved with object oriented programming since the introduction of Java, culminating most recently in writing apps in Objective C for the iPhone, iPod touch and iPad. Hollender now has 20 apps in the iTunes App Store. His innovative ideas have resulted in numerous suggestions and other awards including a commendation from The President of the United States. James Hollender has been involved writing iPad apps with Foliage, Kronos, Olympus, Agero (formerly Cross Country Automotive Services), and now Valmarc Corp. Copyright (C) 2010-2013 James Hollender. All Rights Reserved. Apple, the Apple logo, iPhone, and iPod are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. in the U.S. and/or other countries. Other trademarks and registered trademarks may be the property of their respective owners.

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