"We need to adapt…and be ahead of the curve. We're going to do a lot of Linux stuff. We're going to do a lot of mobile stuff with Android and iOS. We're …
More and more developers these days are using the Play Store to get beta versions of software into the hands of willing users. The system works well, so it’s nice to report that another well-known app is taking advantage of it. Yelp now has an Android Beta Testers Google+ community that, if you join, will grant you access to the latest features before everyone else.
You may know the drill by now, as the screenshot above repeats the same steps most communities of this type require.
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Yelp Launches Official Play Store Beta Program, Calls On All Eager Testers To Join Via Google+ Community was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Microsoft, Apple, Sprint and Verizon have already shelled out millions to help the president bring high-speed broadband to schools and amp up the role technology plays in education. Now Adobe’s on the bandwagon too, and it’s bringing along gobs of…
Another danger is that Linux will try to mount anything (joke suppressed here). Some of the file system drivers are not bug free. Which means that a …
We’re all excited by the prospects of Project Ara, Google’s upcoming lick-and-stick modular phone that will essentially allow users to upgrade the device’s hardware on the fly. Recently, one of the Ara team members showed off a non-functional model of the device at LAUNCH, which gives us a very good idea of how swapping components will work.
They waste no time getting right into the juicy details, so give it a watch.
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Fascinating: Project Ara Team Member Gives Us The First Glimpse Of How The Product Will Work In Model Demo At LAUNCH was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
With most of the regular crew away, Terrence decides to call in some heavy-duty reinforcements. Richard joins us with critical insights into HD and the Netflix bottleneck debacle. Meanwhile, Brad is perfect for a providing a rundown of the best from…
Google doesn’t provide an obvious user-facing way to get locally saved media files from your phone to your TV using Chromecast. It’s a bit annoying, but whatever, we have options now. There’s AllCast for starters, but if you would prefer not to have to deal with yet another app, Solid Explorer has added the ability to stream files directly from the file browser. All you need is the latest version and a separate plugin.
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Solid Explorer v1.5.7 Adds Chromecast Support Via A Separate Plugin, Multiple Bug Fixes, And More was written by the awesome team at Android Police.
Although the Head Up Display (HUD) will remain the default, Canonical will be bringing back the local menus as an option. Jack Wallen responds to …
… Pi has been popular with open source software enthusiasts, since the tiny, cheap and low power computer is designed to run Linux-based software.
Users with great big ebooks have reason to celebrate today – Google has doubled the file size limit for Google Books uploads to 100MB. The change came with little fanfare, just a small update on the Google Books support page listing the new limit as 100MB per file.
Most books are, of course, nowhere near that large, but you can add any non-DRM’d PDF or EPUB file to Google Books. Files can be added on the web or from Android, just remember the 1000 file limit.
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Google Doubles Play Books File Size Upload Limit To 100MB Per File was written by the awesome team at Android Police.