On android, there are several keyboards in the play store that split the keyboard to reach side of the screen for typing with thumbs. Swiftkey is one,I believe. I'd be surprised if you couldn't find one on BlackBerry or iPad as well.
I don't know how that works- I use a ROM on my galaxy s3 that gives it the note 2 multi-window function, and all apps work just fine on it. I'll often use it with ingress on the top widow and Google maps open in the other and it works like a champ. I often wonder why, when discussing content creation on tablets, there is never any mention of drawing apps. I have an hp touchpad running jelly bean, and have several very nice drawing apps, works great with stylus or finger. The note suits tablets are even better, they have a built in wacom style digitizer for really precise drawing, I'm pretty sure sketchbook pro (autodesk) supports it, as do a bunch of other apps.
My guess is : there's NO reason a card shaped token COULDN'T use magstripes and NFC too.
Constant technology use makes my brain produces a level of gamma waves -- those linked to consciousness, attention, learning and memory, or vagina -- never before reported in neuroscience!
seagoing vessels are often safer at anchor than staying at the dock and being battered by the storm surge and left beached. I live in southeast texas, and i remember during hurricane rita seeing large 100 yard long barges on dry land 3/4 mile from the waterfont.
simple mobile offers unlimited talk/text/internet for gsm phones for $50/month with no contract, $60 for hsdpa+ 4g unlimited.
android phone, google plus set to upload pictures automatically as you take them. same can be done with dropbox.
It's way too late... should've used MyCleanPC! In all seriousness, go seek help, and I'm not talking about for your devices.
It's too late for that -your car has been hacked!
Android forums isn't the only place to find info about rooting/romming, try xda forums, devices usually have more than one way to root.
SternisheFan writes "My Android phone (an unrooted OptimusV running 2.2.2) and my Android tablet (Arnova 7g3 running 4.1) have been subjected to hacking via either 'forced Bluetooth attack' or through the Wi-Fi signals in the home where I currently rent a room. I got an Android phone at the start of this year after my 'feature phone' was force Bluetooth hacked hoping for better security, yet I still have major security issues. For instance, my Optimus's Wi-Fi again shows an error, although I am sure that a hack is causing this since when I reset the device when it's out of range from this home's signal the Wi-Fi works fine. And now the tablet (as of recently) can't access this home's open Wi-Fi, though it works fine when at other outside hot-spots. So, my question is: Are there any good (free?) security apps out there that would actually prevent this from occurring? It's not like I'm doing nefarious things on the internet, I just want to keep it private."
Get a bunch of gorillas. Wait for the gorillas to eat the worms, then when winter comes, the gorillas will all freeze to death. Problem solved.
the way I understand it is that prior to the film or any of this he was on probation, one of the conditions of which was no computer or internet access, so even the fact of him producing it was in violation. When you are convicted of crimes, you lose certain rights, such as the right to vote or bear arms. It's not curbing of free speech until normal citizens who aren't on any form of community supervision, probation, or parole are prohibited from producing and/or distributing films due to content.
sorry to reply to myself, the problem about the software knowing when it's a zoom and when it's a multi-touch pinch... Can't you bind the click wheel to always equal a multi-touch pinch, and just let the position of the mouse determine whether to zoom or not, just like pinching in certain areas on the screen? Also, I may not patent this, but if anyone tries to, this is prior art!
the defining range problem is easy- when you click down, that is your zero point, when you roll it up as Fwy as you can, it's equal to spreading your fingers apart as far as you can, and vice versa. Most pinch to zoom apps, i.e. Image galleries, won't zoom in to the max with one pinch; you typically have to use around 3 or 4... Same with the wheel, click down, roll up.. Click down, roll up... Click down, roll up. You could do it at the same speed as pinching, try it on your mouse.