A useful thing you can do with an Android phone, that is actually impossible even to imagine on the iPhone, is to control it from your computer.
Two tools I tested to do this are: AIrDroid and Kies Air.
Both two application follow the same usage procedure: install an application on your android phone, start it up (when you are connected to a Wireles network), connect to your phone address (shown on the application home page) using a browser… and enjoy your — (Read more)
If you have shutdown problems on your Mac: it never shutdown and is stack at on the grey circular icon. The problem could be your TimeMachine setting.
I just discovered that my MacBook had problems connecting to the network timemachine disk (it’s not the time capsule but a Buffalo NAS)… No backup were executed, sometimes the system was unusable and cannot shutdown or restart (need to force the shutdown with the power button).
Well i don’t exactly know the reasons around the missing — (Read more)
A thing I used on my iPhone was the streaming of my photo, video and music on my media server (for me wasn’t an Apple TV but an XBMC on a RaspberryPi) using Airplay. So when I switched to Android I directly look to do the same. Naturally, knowing Android is an “open” system, it wasn’t to difficult to find the way to do it.
First of all we need to say we can’t stream AirPlay using the embedded android tools. Airplay is (normally) an Apple proprietary protocol and system, so you (normally) should use Apple hardware — (Read more)
19,000 people fit into the new Barclays Center to see Jay-Z perform. This blog was viewed about 76,000 times in 2012. If it were a concert at the Barclays Center, it would take about 4 sold-out performances for that many people to see it.
In 2012, there were 47 new posts, growing the total archive of this blog to 102 posts.
The busiest day of the year was October 21st with 707 views. The most popular post that day was Google Chrome for iOS.
Link to the complete report here:
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È qualche giorno ormai che ho fatto il passaggio da iPhone al galaxy Note 2. Non ho ancora avuto modo di testare a fondo tutte le funzionalità, ma in questa prima settimana ci sono diverse cose che mi hanno stupito positivamente. Fra queste il riconoscimento della scrjttura con SPen! Ricordo ancora con il mio primo palmare con Windows mobile, la fatica che feci per imparare come dovevo scrivere le lettere per fare in modo che venissero riconosciute dal dispositivo. Beh… qui non è più — (Read more)