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Ubuntu for tablets revealed with split screen multi-tasking, preview for Nexus slates coming this week
Right here it is: the fourth and final piece of the Ubuntu puzzle. We’ve seen the OS on smartphones, on TVs and naturally on desktop computers, however the tablet variation has invested a bit longer in its dressing space. Thankfully, Canonical feels that the last stage in its four-screen strategy is now ready for the limelight and has launched a video of the software in action. The clip is embedded right after the break, where you’ll likewise find information of the examine code pertaining to the Nexus 7 and Nexus 10 this Thursday, plus our handle why this is such a huge offer.
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Multitasking HARD: Speeder Pulled Over In Germany, Cops Find Deluxe Homemade Mobile Office Built In Car
Police in Germany pulled over a 35-year old man doing 130 kph (80 mph) in a 100 kph (~62 mph) zone, and discovered he’d built an entire mobile office in the passenger seat of his vehicle. This is that mobile office. I know, I used ‘deluxe’ in the title pretty liberally.
Built on a wooden frame on his passenger seat they found a laptop on a docking station tilted for easy driver access, a printer, router, wireless internet stick, WLAN antenna, and an inverter to power it all.
A navigation system and cellphone mounted to the windshield completed the array.
Since there was no evidence he used the office while moving, he got away with a (EURO)120 ($ 153) speeding ticket and a possible fine for having unsecured items in his car.
Man, this guy gets off with a $ 150 ticket with an entire mobile office in his car WE ALL KNOW HE USES WHILE DRIVING and I get a $ 200 ticket for making an EMERGENCY cell phone call on the highway? “You were playing Game Boy.” Haha, you should have seen me hold it up to my head and try to convince the officer it was a Blackberry.
Thanks to Pyrblaze and neolardo, who agree your car is not the place for office work. Your car is a place for screaming at other drivers and waving your fist in the air. Plus sometimes punching the steering wheel.
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LG’s been stepping up its mobile game recently, with the Optimus G being the firm’s clearest display of podium-position ambitions yet. And simply like its local neighbors, it’s participating the “explaining-ideas-behind-concepts” video action. In this clip we see senior research engineer, Sebastian Hochan Song, describe the motivation and procedure behind the new phone’s QSlide multitasking function. Once again, like its fellow Korean nationals, nature and the genuine globe play a heavy part in the concept procedure. Head past the break if you desire to see LG’s ideas about pushing Android multitasking forward, and keep an eagle eye out for one of our own editors’ fast cameo appearance.
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The original Tablet S absorbed a few interesting updates in its time and hopefully things will go the same way with its slimmed-down replacement — the Xperia Tablet S. It’s getting off to a good start, with devices already waking up to an Android 4.0.3 update that brings significant additions like a Guest Mode for creating restricted user accounts, revampled media and social aggregation apps, and six assignable macro buttons on the IR Remote Control app. Sony has also bolstered its Small Apps function, allowing you to overlay a browser, IR remote and other utilities in a window on top of another app. What this update isn’t is the promised switch to Jelly Bean, of course, but it might just help to tide you over in the meantime.
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Before you begin a relentless obsession with the White iPhone 4 you’ll want to check this out! Tinhte have posted a video of Â 64GB White iPhone 4 running “test version” of iOS which is unavailable publicly. The multitasking menu showed here substitutes the current use of apps’ icons to represent them with a visual of [...]
IE9, Multitasking Coming To Windows Phone 7
Mango update for Microsoft’s mobile OS is next in line after the NoDo copy & paste patch is fully released.
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Windows Phone 7 update to roll out next week
UK networks to launch ‘NoDo’, which adds cut and paste, faster app launching, better Facebook integration and other features Windows Phone 7 owners in the UK will have to wait until next week to update their handsets with Microsoft’s “NoDo” (no doughnuts) software version which adds cut and paste and other features. UK networks have told the Guardian that they will be rolling out the update to …
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Study: Android Tops Smartphone Market – Windows 7 to Pass iPhone
Global smartphone sales will soar 50 per cent this year compared to 2010, with Google’s Android set to extend its lead as the world’s most popular operating system for the devices, according to a study released Tuesday by research group IDC.
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You can now Enable Multitasking Gestures on iPad / iPad 2 iOS 4.3 without Jailbreak using Xcode [Guide]
You can now Enable Multitasking Gestures on iPad / iPad 2 iOS 4.3 without Jailbreak using Xcode [Guide] is a post from: Gadgets DNA
iOS 4.3 brings extra multi-touch gestures that most of the users are not acquainted with and Apple doesn’t want you to use these features, unless you are a developer. These 4 or 5 finger gestures allow you to exit an app, brings the multitasking toolbar and move between apps.Â But without having a developer account you can still enable multitouch gestures in iPad.
iPad hidden gestures
- Swipe 4 or 5 fingers to the left or to the right to navigate through open applications.
- Swipe 4 fingers up to access the running apps tray and playback buttons, including Airplay controls.
- If you Pinch with all your fingers, you will go to the home screen from any app, without touching your home button.
But you can activate them by usingÂ Xcode 4 for which you need to shell out $ 5. Follow the steps below on how to enable multi-touch gestures on iPad
Step 1: Download and Install Xcode 4 on your Mac.
Step 2: Launch Xcode and connect your iPad to your Mac.
Step 3: Click on the “Use for development” button.
Step 4: When prompted to enter your iOS developer username/password, click cancel. It will give you an error. Disregard it.
Step 5: Once the developer mode activation is completed, Navigate to iPad’s general preferences menu and turn on the new multi-gestures.
You can now enjoy hidden multitasking gestures on your iPad and iPad 2. You can follow us onÂ twitter or join ourÂ facebook fanpage for more iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch Tweaks. You may also like to check out more:
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Apple just dropped iOS 4.3 beta 2 on world, and with it a big sad bomb: those nifty multitasking gestures we discovered in beta 1 won’t be enabled when 4.3 ships to customers. Instead, Cupertino says it’s “providing this preview to gather input on how these gestures work with your apps,” Oh well, we suppose — there’s always 4.4, or even iOS 5, we suppose. We’re on the lookout for other new features, but for now let us know what else you spot in comments, kay?
Galaxy S owners will already be familiar with the awesome power of overlaying text on a live view of their phone’s camera feed, but now their iPhone counterparts get to join in the fun as well. MegaReader, an e-reading app that’s survived the cutthroat App Store waters long enough to reach version 2.1, has just added a “Heads Up Display” feature to its list of attributes. Its function is to make your iPhone appear transparent, which is achieved by relaying camera images of what’s behind the phone to its front. A real life saver, a mere gimmick, or a golden opportunity for a hilarious promo video? Why not all three?
Continue reading MegaReader brings true multitasking to the iPhone, lets you walk and read at the same time (video)
You’ve waited a long while for this day to come, but here it finally is. Apple is today rolling out iOS 4.2 to iPads and qualifying iPhones (3G, 3GS and 4) and iPod touches (second, third and fourth generation) across the globe, delivering the long-awaited multitasking and app folder enhancements to a tablet that was already supposed to be magical and revolutionary. To see whether this new update — replete with Game Center, AirPlay and AirPrint additions — really helps the iPad step up to doubleplusgood territory, check out our full review; everyone else, hit up your nearest iTunes 10.1-equipped computer to get your update on.
Update: Plug in your iPhones and iPads, the 624.3MB update should be rolling out now. Looks like it’s starting in Europe, given the joyous cackles from our editors across the pond. Screenshot after the break.
Continue reading iOS 4.2 available today, brings the iPad into the multitasking era (update: it’s live)
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