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)
After the comment I received on my previous post: Chrome on iOS is not really Chrome. I try to investigate and make some tests on the device.
But (I like to put a “but” somewhere )… What of the real chrome we are losing?
The render engine: on iOS devices Chrome — (Read more)
I missed this app on the store, and find just browsing around. But… it’s an incredible news: no more safari on the iPhone. I think Apple changes all the rules for the AppStore. I know in the past was impossible for other societies to create anything that was an iPhone standard (like the browser)… same thing that Microsoft did for years with internet explorer. Something change in better
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After iOS6 update my Linux Airprint server does not work anymore for my iDevices. I’m referring to my previous article explaining how you can configure a linux machine as Linux Airprint Server!
Fortunately there is no change to the Airprint protocol. Ranil give us the solution (thanks a lot for your test!!)
You should add to your previous configuration .service file, into pdl section, image/urf. For example, in my file now I have:
After this your print should be visible in your local network. To completely allow print with — (Read more)
E’ un po’ la scoperta dell’acqua calda: faccio una foto con uno smartphone e se la metto su un monitor con una risoluzione “della madonna” vedo la foto da schifo! Il sensore (come anche l’ottica) sono grandi come un’unghia, quindi anche se dichiarato che le foto sono HD (a 3000×2000 pixel, o similare) non sono pixel reali (reali = catturati direttamente dall’ottica).
Niente di nuovo, ma gli Apple fun se ne sono accorti solo quando Apple ha prodotto un dispositivo in grado di mostrare che gli — (Read more)