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90% off Learn To Develop For Android With 10 Practical Projects

If you’ve been meaning to take your programming skills to the next level and craft your own apps for fun and profit, this is the course you should take. With over 59 lectures spanning over 11 hours, you’ll learn everything you need to know to code your own apps from scratch.<br>This course also …

How to bring back LTE on your Nexus 4 after 5.0 update

Much to the frustration of Nexus 4 owners, the Android Lollipop update sadly disabled the LTE modem, leaving the device once again LTE-less. But thanks to two senior members at XDA Developers, you can once again enable LTE after receiving the Lollipop update.<p>For those that weren’t aware of why the …

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Passionate about online security? This eLearning bundle covers everything you need to know to protect systems, networks and websites, and prepare for certification to further your career.<p>With online hacking and identity theft on the rise, security on the internet is more important than ever. The …

Amazon lends Prime perks to other online retailers

In an effort to get Prime in more places around the web, Amazon announced its first effort with an outside retailer today at the Money2020 Conference. AllSaints, a British clothing retailer, is the first to opt in to the online shopping giant's paid membership. Customers can sign-in and pay with an …

It's official: Lenovo owns Motorola

The cash has been handed over, the contracts are signed and the lawyers are sipping champagne, which can only mean that Lenovo's deal to buy Motorola has been completed. The purchase makes Lenovo the world's third-largest smartphone maker, and the Chinese company has been quick to promise not to …

This App Scans Your Proportions And Mails You A Custom-Fitted Shirt

A new app called MTailor plans to change that, however, by outsourcing the measurements to your smartphone's camera.<p>Here's how it works.<p>Shirts start at $69, but that's still cheaper than other custom shirts out there, which can cost $100 and up. Also, shipping is free.<p>First, you choose the type of …

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<i>8 Actionable Online Courses. Donate to Charity. Code Like a Champ.</i><p>You can name your price to get Programming Java for Beginnings and PSD to HTML5/CSS3, or beat the average price (currently just $<b>15.05</b>) to receive for the entire bundle, <b>valued at $893</b>!<p>If you’re serious about learning to code, there’s …

5 reasons to install CyanogenMod

CyanogenMod has long been the most popular custom Android ROM around, and with good reason. With a speedy stock-like experience and plenty of its own tweaks and improvements, here are 5 reasons why you should try CyanogenMod, if you haven’t already.<p><b>1. Increase your handset’s lifespan</b><p>OEMs can only …

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Got an idea for the next big mobile app? Reach an audience of over 500 million users by building your own Android app from scratch, with The Elite Android Hacker Bundle. This deal scores you lifetime access to 7 in-depth courses to master Android programming from the ground up with quality video …

Android News

Is Motorola correct in predicting the death of premium smartphones?

I’m sure you have noticed by now that high-end smartphone manufacturers are having a bit of a tough time this year. Sales and market shares for the big OEMs are down, while more cost effective OEMs are taking off in Asia.<p>In a chat with <i>Recode</i>, Motorola President Rick Osterloh shared his observations …

The biggest problems Android has to face

Few would have predicted the meteoric rise of the Android platform. If you cast your mind back to 2008 Google looked to be suffering from the economic crash just as badly as the next company. The first Android smartphone, the HTC Dream (T-Mobile G1), was fairly well received, but widely written off …

Inside the building where Apple tortures the iPhone 6

In case you hadn't guessed, Apple doesn't often show this facility to outsiders. The only reason I'm here today is because Apple's latest iPhone, the iPhone 6, bends. At least for some people. The real question up until now is just how many people that's happening to, and whether that would happen …

Worse than Heartbleed? Today's Bash bug could break security for years

Linux users got a nasty surprise today, as a security team at Red Hat uncovered a subtle but dangerous bug in the Bash shell, one of the most versatile and widely used utilities in Linux. It's being called the Bash bug, or Shellshock. When accessed properly, the bug allows for an attacker's code to …

Get a taste of Material Design with Topeka, a Chrome for Android app by Google

Material Design isn’t just about Android apps – Google wants developers to use it to create web apps, as well as Chrome apps for Android.<p>Chrome apps for Android are web apps that are packaged to run on Android and look and feel like native apps. Using an Apache Cordova-based toolkit, developers can …

Even Apple didn't want my iPhone 6 Plus

My big mistake<p>I bought a really expensive phone last week. Then I got rid of it.<p>After the big Apple announcement, I internally debated the merits of a mobile phone that would instantly connect me to a lifetime's worth of entertainment and knowledge, and a slightly larger version of the same thing. …

Apple's privacy statement is a direct shot at Google and I love it

Privacy statements are usually pretty dry, boring stuff. There's a lot of vague assurances and a lot of talk about valuing your privacy, which gets boring fast. It's rare that I'm able to read one all the way through on the first try, and I do this for a living.<p>Apple's new privacy statement is …

Windows 9's new Start menu demonstrated on video

Mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones solved with GPS and time-lapse

After decades of theories and attempts to solve the mystery of Death Valley's sailing stones, a trio of scientists has finally caught the process on tape. Their study started years ago, when two of them (a biologist and an engineer) hauled 15 GPS-equipped rocks onto Racetrack Playa, the dry lake …

Boy gets the first 3D-printed vertebra implant

3D-printed implants just got one of their biggest real-world tests to date. Peking University Third Hospital has successfully implanted the first 3D-printed vertebra in a 12-year-old boy with cancer in his spinal cord. The bone substitute is made from titanium powder like many orthopedic implants, …

Watch every death in all eight of Quentin Tarantino's movies

Four minutes and twenty seconds of death<p>Right from his first film, Quentin Tarantino showed he had little remorse for killing off characters both big and small. Ever since 1992's <i>Reservoir Dogs</i>, Tarantino's films have been known nearly as much for their deaths as for any of their other attributes — …

Reversible USB cables are almost here

Your cable-fumbling nightmares could soon be at an end<p>The next generation of USB connectors is finally ready for production. The completion of the USB Type-C specification has just been announced, meaning we will soon have a new cable and connector scheme designed for both mobile and larger …

Researchers reveal new Wi-Fi tech that can power battery-free IoT devices

We’ve written numerous articles about the potential of the Internet of Things, and how it could eventually bring forth a world where billions of sensors and smart devices interact with one another and connect with the Internet to make our lives a little better, a little easier. Of course one major …

Windows 9 set to include Cortana digital assistant

Microsoft is preparing to include its Cortana digital assistant in the next major version of Windows, currently codenamed Threshold. Windows Threshold is expected to be named Windows 9 when it ships in spring 2015, and sources familiar with Microsoft’s plans tell <i>The Verge</i> that Cortana is a major …

This is the world of 'Game of Thrones' as a subway map

All routes will probably still get you killed in a terrible fashion<p>Getting around Westeros often leads to trouble, but what if there was a subway? Designer Michael Tyznik has imagined just such a scenario, and put together a fictional rail map of the fictional kingdom from the <i>Game of Thrones</i> series …

This motherboard looks sick

When Transformers look for porn on the internet this is what they see<p>If you're not a PC gamer you're about to be one, all because of the ASUS Republic of Gamers Maximus VII Formula Z97 motherboard. Sure, you might be interested in its maximum DDR3 RAM capacity of 32GB, or its dual PCIe 3.0 …

USB drives are a security nightmare

Plugging in a USB drive could be one of the most dangerous things you do on your computer, according to new research reported by <i>Wired</i>'s Andy Greenberg. A new species of malware, dubbed "BadUSB," can use the drives to take over computers completely, altering files or redirecting web traffic, and …

How one iPhone app just made it really easy to open almost any lock

Your locks could be rendered all but useless if your keys get out of sight for just a minute. And the would-be thief doesn't need to be a master lockpick: all he needs is an iPhone. <i>Wired</i> reporter Andy Greenberg recently demonstrated how an app designed to make it easy to get duplicates of your keys …

The deadly arsenal on both sides of Israel’s invasion of Gaza

Weaponry may mean little in the war for public opinion, experts say<p>Horrific violence continues to spread across Gaza this week, where an Israeli air and ground offensive against the Islamist group Hamas has killed more than 700 people — most of them Palestinian civilians, and many of them children. …

Amazon Prime Instant Video app for Android is "imminent"

Android is known for its amazingly wide selection of apps and services, but there is no doubt some developers are simply not willing to take the bait. Such has been the case with the Amazon Instant Video app for Prime subscribers, an application that has found many forks in the road to the Google …

Did Verizon accidentally admit it's slowing down Netflix traffic? Level 3 thinks so

The war of words has come to focus on a specific case in Los Angeles<p>There has been a back-and-forth battle in recent weeks about what is causing the internet congestion that is degrading service to Netflix consumers. Last week Verizon published a blog post that offered the first real specifics in …