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4 Steps to Starting a Web Business Without Knowing Coding

<i>Eddy Lee, Ph.D, is a venture capitalist investing in Silicon Valley and Singapore. He is also a Consulting Assistant Professor at Stanford University.</i><p>So you have a great idea for a new mobile app or Web service—but you don’t know anything about coding or developing. You might have started searching …

Free online Android programming course starts today

It’s time for roll call at the University of Maryland, as the first lesson in its free Android programming course starts today. Fortunately students won’t have to drag themselves to the lecture hall to learn how to program mobile applications for Android, the course can be taken from the comfort of …

Rumor: Galaxy S5 ‘confirmed’ to feature both plastic and metal variants, possible unveiling in mid-March

Going back as far as August of last year, we’ve been hearing all sorts of rumors about what to expect from the next-generation Galaxy S flagship. More recently, these rumors have picked up in intensity and we’ve seen several reports that reiterate the claim that the handset will feature plastic and …

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Samsung Galaxy S5 could include head tracking

Samsung could be planning to follow up the eye-tracking technology it introduced in the Galaxy S4 with new features in the Galaxy S5 that will keep track of the position of your entire head.<p>A newly published European patent application from Samsung details a method for controlling a smartphone …

The Eye Tribe gaze tracking enables finger-free Fruit Ninja on Android

The Eye Tribe was at CES 2014 showing off their eye-sensing bar, which lets users navigate without tapping or clicking anything. This has been …

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Four funky Android keyboards

There's no denying that Swype, SwiftKey, and the standalone Google Keyboard are great standard keyboards for typing on your Android phone. But if you've grown bored of the typical typing experience, hoping instead for something that's unique or challenging, you've got a few options.<p>I looked at the …

What's Really New In Android 4.4.1 And 4.4.2

Article Contents<p>Have issues with the Nexus 5 or Android 4.4 KitKat (we know you do)? Well, Google has iterated its way out of many of those issues …

Developers can eventually use Ingress to make their own games

Alternate reality game Ingress opens up to the public tomorrow, and sometime in the future it may open to other developers who want to make their own games using the platform.<p>When the game opens to all Android users who want to play anyone can download the app and join the quest to control the …

Android 4.4.2 KitKat update for LG G Pad 8.3, HTC One Google Play editions rolling out

The Android 4.4.2 KitKat update is already rolling out for two Google Play edition devices including the newly launched LG G Pad 8.3 and the “old” HTC One.<p>According to <i>Droid-Life</i>, both updates are currently available out over the air (OTA), but if you didn’t get a notification you can manually check …

Android phones may soon be able to unlock Chrome OS

Francois Beaufort<p>Chrome OS users may eventually be able to lock and unlock their Chromebooks with their phone or any number of accessories.<p>A new Chrome API found in a recent build of Chromium OS called “chrome.screenlockPrivate” seems to hint at a future feature of the operating system. The …