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Motorola TRIUMPH Hands-On and Unboxing

Welcome to the best machine ever to come sailing in on a pair of skis with a boombox attached to its knees – that’s right, it’s an Android and it’s on Virgin Mobile and yes, it’s Vanilla! That means that Motorola, in this case, hasn’t introduced very much if ANY types of alterations over the stock Android made by Google, that meaning here that it’s FroYo like it was intended to be seen. This phone, it’s also important to mention, is carried by Virgin Mobile which means you’re going with a purpose to purchase it totally off-contract. The Triumph has a 4. 1-inch 800

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Spyware and adware: Are You Protected?

By now you must have a minimum of heard of spyware the virus infecting computer structures all over the world. You are additionally most likely freaked out about being on the net at all for trouble that you simply to will fall prey to this nasty cyber bug. You additionally likely do not know what you’re dealing with. Or probably (and that’s more frequent than you would suppose) you probably infected with a adware and adware virus however you just don’t know it. You’re pondering why your pc has commenced to behave up, runs precise gradual, and randomly freezes or shuts off. effectively you aren’t on my own but you’re VERY weak! The worst situation is the one that you’re not ready for, identical to the worst enemy is the one that you don’t know much about.
 
So i must supply you a 5 minute tutorial on adware in order that you have got not less than a preventing chance. First you must know that adware is merely what it claims to be, software that spies. What’s it spying? well pretty much any type of experience that is on your computer. This could possibly be as tame as the love letters stored in an electronic mail folder to your
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searching habits on the web to Social security numbers, bank card numbers, dates of birth, you identify it. So not fullyyt is your laptop messed up but there’s the doable that your life is messed up too!
So how does it infect? Nicely this can get in your laptop through the web of course. However you wish to have to download one thing that incorporates the code so as for it to work. once the virus has gained entry to your exhausting force it searches by method of all the recordsdata in search of worthwhile information. It then transmits this data to the creator of the spyware. So easily in no way download anything right? well its additional problematical than that. You see in this day and age computer systems are method more consumer friendly with many replacement automations. regularly computers will mechanically obtain plugins and the like with a view to correctly view an online web page for instance. So adware may achieve entrance this way. Or programmers of these viruses generally will disguise the obtain to seem like one thing else in order that you inadvertently download. merely its dangerous and its programmers are smart. the secret’s that you simply need anti adware software to recognize these methods and show you how to prevent these horrific mistakes. This product does that and far rather more!
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  • New Google post attempts to address some of the most common Glass ‘myths’

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    Although there are many folks that are interested in the potential of wearable devices such as Google Glass, there are also those who either fear it, misunderstand it or simply feel that it is a fad item that has no long-term appeal.

    In the time since Google first launched the Glass Explorer program we’ve seen several bars and casinos ban the device, there’s been debate about Glass’ legality while driving and then there’s the privacy concerns that have been raised about the device’s camera and the possibility of facial recognition software.

    All of these developments have created a public perception of Google Glass that isn’t necessarily accurate. For example, there are a lot of people that think the device is always on and always recording. There’s also those that believe facial recognition software is built right into Glass.

    In order to set the record straight, Google has released a new post on Google+ discussing what it calls the “ten myths of Google Glass”. In the lengthy post, Google says that Glass isn’t nearly as distracting as people claim it to be, and in many ways it is less distracting than conventional mobile devices like our phones and tablets.

    Google also talks about the kinds of users that utilize Glass, its ban status and even its possible privacy concerns. You can read the post in its entirety by clicking here.

    For those just looking for the ‘big hitters’ discussed in the post, here’s a few of the key ‘Glass myths’ that Google discusses:

    Glass is the ultimate distraction from the real world

    Instead of looking down at your computer, phone or tablet while life happens around you, Glass allows you to look up and engage with the world. Big moments in life — concerts, your kid’s performances, an amazing view — shouldn’t be experienced through the screen you’re trying to capture them on. That’s why Glass is off by default and only on when you want it to be. It’s designed to get you a bit of what you need just when you need it and then get you back to the people and things in life you care about.

    Glass is always on and recording everything

    Just like your cell phone, the Glass screen is off by default. Video recording on Glass is set to last 10 seconds. People can record for longer, but Glass isn’t designed for or even capable of always-on recording (the battery won’t last longer than 45 minutes before it needs to be charged). So next time you’re tempted to ask an Explorer if he’s recording you, ask yourself if you’d be doing the same with your phone. Chances are your answers will be the same.

    Glass is banned… EVERYWHERE

    Since cell phones came onto the scene, folks have been pretty good at creating etiquette and the requisite (and often necessary) bans around where someone can record (locker rooms, casino floors, etc.). Since Glass functionality mirrors the cell phones (“down to the screen being off by default), the same rules apply. Just bear in mind, would-be banners: Glass can be attached to prescription lenses, so requiring Glass to be turned off is probably a lot safer than insisting people stumble about blindly in a locker room.

    Glass marks the end of privacy

    When cameras first hit the consumer market in the late 19th century, people declared an end to privacy. Cameras were banned in parks, at national monuments and on beaches. People feared the same when the first cell phone cameras came out. Today, there are more cameras than ever before. In ten years there will be even more cameras, with or without Glass. 150+ years of cameras and eight years of YouTube are a good indicator of the kinds of photos and videos people capture–from our favorite cat videos to dramatic, perspective-changing looks at environmental destruction, government crackdowns, and everyday human miracles.

    While Google makes some excellent points in its “10 Myths post”, it also carefully avoids confronting a few issues such as the fact that anyone can record someone with a phone or tablet — but it’s a lot easier to secretively do it with Google Glass.

    What do you think of Google Glass, are the privacy concerns and other drama that surrounds causes for real concern or has the media (and the public) turned this into a bigger issue than it really is?


        








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    How to post a tweet using Siri in iOS 7

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     How to post a tweet using Siri in iOS 7

    If you’re running iOS 7 on your iPhone or iPad, Siri makes it easier than ever to post a tweet to your Twitter timeline without having to tap a single key on the keyboard. This makes for a great trick when you’re wearing gloves or doing something where you can’t completely concentrate on typing. Here’s how to do it:

    How to post a new tweet to Twitter using Siri in iOS 7

    1. Press and hold the Home button from the Home screen of your iPhone or iPad in order to activate Siri.
    2. Now say Compose a tweet.
    3. Siri then asks you to dictate what you’d like it to say. Go ahead and so do.
    4. She’ll ask you to confirm what you said and let her know you’re ready to send it. Either say Yes or tap to confirm.

     How to post a tweet using Siri in iOS 7

    That’s all there is to it. Siri will send your tweet on its way. As a side note, if Siri produces an error or tells you to link your Twitter accounts, make sure you’re signed into your Twitter account in the Settings app.

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    Canada Post rolls out their new BlackBerry 10 app just in time for holiday shipping!

     Canada Post rolls out their new BlackBerry 10 app just in time for holiday shipping!

    Just in time for holiday shipping, Canada Post has released their brand new BlackBerry 10 app into BlackBerry World and it’s now available for download. While the UI is pretty simple looking, it manages to get the job done and is packed with all the features you’d expect for what they offer by way of services.

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    What happened to the quick Tweet and Facebook post buttons on Control Center in iOS 7?

     What happened to the quick Tweet and Facebook post buttons on Control Center in iOS 7?

    With iOS 6, Notification Center had two quick button actions, tweet and post to Facebook, that could be reached from anywhere on the iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad with the downward swipe of a finger. Now, in iOS 7, they’re gone. Disappeared. Taken out back and shuttered. So where did they go, and how can you quickly tweet or post to Facebook now, on iOS 7?

    Short answer, they got obliterated. Not moved. Not hidden. Obliterated. The truth is, they never fit into Notification Center, because they’re not notifications. They’re actions. They were out of context. However, the brand new Control Center seems to exist to take on just exactly those jobs. Quick access to Settings, quick access to apps, why not quick access to tweeting and posting to Facebook?

    Apple, in their infinitely looped wisdom, however, hasn’t seen fit to include them there. Maybe they will in a future update, maybe they’ve decided those quick actions just weren’t right and we won’t ever see them again. In the meantime, if you loved the iOS 6 quick action tweet and Facebook post buttons, you’re in for a huge disappointment. They are no more.

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    One alternative is to use Siri, which can now post to both Twitter and Facebook. Simply say “Post to Facebook” or “post to Twitter” and then dictate what you want to say. It’s incredibly fast and convenient… if you’re in a situation where you can talk out loud to your iPhone, iPod touch, or iPad.

    If not, the alternatives aren’t anywhere nearly as quick or convenient. You can use the Twitter and Facebook app, one or a third-party alternative Twitter apps like Tweetbot or Twitterrific. They’re nowhere nearly as always-accessible as Notification Center, nor are they as single-purpose or streamlined as the quick action buttons, but they still exist.

    You can also use the tweet or Facebook post action in the Share Sheets in most apps to quickly send out a message, but the catch is you have to share something to do it, and you’re not always going to want to do that.

    In a perfect world Apple would include them in Control Center, or a similar mechanism, and enhance them with actionable notifications so we can reply and reset within apps as well, making even more of our actions quick. Sadly, we don’t live in that world yet. Strangely, the upcoming OS X Mavericks not only retains the quick action tweet and Facebook post buttons in Notification Center, but actionable notifications as well. And it’s not even mobile, where those features are inarguably more urgently needed.

    So, no good answers, but if you used and relied on the old quick actions button, feel free to vent in the comments, and if you come up with any brilliant work arounds, let me know!

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    Post Google announcements Hangout

    Google announced the new Nexus 7, the new multi-platform Chromecast, Android 4.3, and a bunch of other stuff at their just-completed big breakfast event, and I’m jumping on a podcast with Phil Nickinson, Jerry Hildenbrand, and Alex Dobie of Android Central to talk all about it.

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    Google Currents updated, comes with post syncing and audio playlist support

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    Google Currents has become more and more popular, especially since the last UI makeover, and now the latest update comes with some useful new additions, including audio playback features and post syncing.

    The new audio features are integrated in the app in a very useful fashion. Basically, if a post includes audio, you’ll get a “Play audio” link below it which will start the audio feed. You can then listen to the feed while reading other content.

    You’ll notice an audio symbol at the bottom of the screen, which, when clicked, brings up the “Audio media bar” as the release notes call it.  The media bar allows you to go to the next or previous item in the playlist, as well as to stop, play or pause.

    Finally, the new version also includes the possibility to sync a post’s state between devices, which can be very useful if you have more than one device on which you’re using the app.

    Are you using Google Currents yourself, or do you prefer another app for your news reading needs?

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