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HONG KONG —Surreal. That’s what was running through my head as I raced through one of Hong Kong’s biggest highways on Sunday night,dodging canisters of tear gas with more than a thousand other pro-democracy protesters behind me. A 50-strong police line was advancing,pushing the crowd up a flyover. It was hard to reconcile how my orderly,efficient hometown,a cosmopolitan financial hub had turned into a scene that didn’t look too dissimilar from a war movie set
I wasn’t born in Hong Kong but it’s been my home since 1992 when the city was still under British rule. I recall the mixture of anxiety and fear during the handover as well as the currents of dissatisfaction and chafing under Beijing’s rule that resulted in larger and larger turnouts at the annual Tiananmen massacre memorials. But I’ve never felt the anger or the exhilaration that I’ve felt among the pro-democracy protests that have captivated people around the world these past few days. Read more…
Although Microsoft is killing off Android on their Nokia smartphones,one bit of software appears to continue to have some life in the Android ecosystem. That would be Nokia’s HERE Maps application,their version of a map and navigation tool similar to Google Maps. HERE Maps was originally designed for Samsung’s Tizen powered Gear devices so pedestrians could use it. Subsequent to that,Nokia and Samsung agreed to make it available on other Samsung devices running Android with a projected release date in October. The exclusivity for Samsung may be short-lived though after an APK of a beta version was leaked today.
Although the apk file is for a beta version,indications are that all features are working well. This includes some of the features that may set it ahead of competing products,like full support for offline use using downloaded map data. The offline capabilities include navigation,something Google Maps does not currently provide with their offline maps feature.
If you want to give HERE Maps a try,use the download link below to grab the apk and then sideload it. HERE Maps does require Android 4.0 or higher. The leaked file does not appear to include any code to verify it is running on a Samsung device.
Google For Education is really stepping up its game lately. Just yesterday,Google announced that Photoshop would be coming to Google for Education on Chromebooks. And is actually available now in a very limited beta. Today,Google for Education announced that students will now have unlimited storage space on Google Drive. Now this is a big deal because quite a few campuses have switched to using Google apps for everything. Like Gmail for email,Google Docs instead of Microsoft Office,etc. Prior to this point,Google Drive only gave students about 30GB of storage for Gmail and Drive. So it’s nice to see students get unlimited storage now. As it’s a great place to store assignments and such.
Google apps for Education customers will now get:“Unlimited storage:No more worrying about how much space you have left or about which user needs more gigabytes. Drive for Education supports individual files up to 5TB in size and will be available in coming weeks. Vault:Google Apps Vault,our solution for search and discovery for compliance needs,will be coming free to all Apps for Education users by the end of the year. Enhanced Auditing:Reporting and auditing tools and an Audit API easily let you see the activity of a file,are also on the way. ”This is all included for no extra charge. Which is huge!
I just checked my own Google apps for Education account,and I’m still sitting at 30GB of storage. So it may take a few hours before it rolls over to unlimited. But it’s still a pretty big deal for anyone that works or goes to a school and has a .edu email address with Gmail. How many of you are excited about these changes for Google Apps for Education? Let us know in the comments below.
Michael Phelps,the most decorated Olympian in history,was arrested in Maryland on Tuesday for a driving under the influence,TMZ reports
According to TMZ’s sources,Phelps,29,was pulled over around 1:40 a.m. in his white Land Rover for speeding. The officer then conducted a sobriety test on Phelps which TMZ says resulted in a blood alcohol content “almost twice the legal limit.”Phelps grew up in Maryland.
This is Phelps’second DUI. He arrested in March 2004 at the age of 19,at which point he was sentenced to 18 months of probation after striking a plea deal. Phelps was also photographed smoking pot in 2009,for which he was suspended from the U.S. Olympic swimming team for three months Read more…
Yep,the dreaded October 1st is coming tomorrow. It’s dreaded,at least,for those with unlimited data with Verizon still. This was announced a few months ago (back in August I think) that Verizon would begin throttling it’s unlimited data users,in an attempt to repair their network capacity. Because right now they are running out of bandwidth,which explains the slower speeds in a lot of areas. For example,in most of Detroit I get around 10mbps or lower on Verizon. But in the suburbs I can get into the 40-50s and even 70mbps depending on where I am. It’s all based on the amount of traffic on that particular tower and as the largest carrier,there’s a lot of traffic.
Verizon is calling it Network Optimization. Now while it is basically that,network optimization,a lot of people are looking at it as a way to get more money out of their customers by putting them on shared data plans. Here’s the criteria for Network Optimization:“Top 5% of data users (you use 4.7GB of data per month or more). Enrolled on an unlimited data plan or feature. Have fulfilled your minimum contract term. Are attempting to use data on a cell site that is experiencing high demand.”So if you meet any of those criterias,you’ll likely be throttled for up to 60 days. Which is pretty insane. As most other carriers (AT&T,T-Mobile,and even Sprint) only throttle you for the remainder of your billing cycle.
The FCC was supposedly looking into this,but we haven’t heard anything really,since that letter they sent to Verizon’s CEO a few months ago. So those with unlimited data on Verizon,watch yourself. You’re gonna hate getting throttled because their 3G service is pretty bad. How many of you are still on Verizon’s unlimited data plans?
Protesters are continuing to flood the streets of Hong Kong as the pro-democracy demonstrations enter a pivotal day,Oct. 1,the beginning of a two-day national holiday to celebrate the Republic of China. The activists of Occupy Central (also known as the Umbrella Revolution) had set Wednesday as the deadline for the government to meet their demands for free elections in 2017.
But Hong Kong’s leader said Tuesday that China wouldn’t back down from its decision to have candidates screened by a Beijing-friendly panel. That means the protesters are likely to stay out in full force,with no easy resolution in sight. But the atmosphere on the streets has been calm of late. Read more…
Put down that phone and open a map —it’s time for an adventure. For many of us,wanderlust is a constant presence in our lives. Countless minutes are spent daydreaming at our office desks,thinking about packing up our car and setting out on the road.
“What started [Roadtrippers] was my family,and the family business,”Fisher says. “I was growing up with an African safari company. I actually grew up in the back of a truck —didn’t go to much school or university —and we would do these epic road trips in South Africa.”Read more…
Description: 101 Animal Puzzles is an Android game for kids that combines the fun of putting together puzzles with the fun of finding out about all sorts of different animals. It’s a game that features well,a 101 different animal puzzles and it’s one that’s been specifically designed for little ones,rather than another simplistic puzzle game. 101 Animal Puzzles adapts to how well your little one is doing,and the puzzle pieces are also different colors with a verbal prompt to help kids practice their colors at the same time. It’s free from ads,in-app purchases and the animals range from the more common barnyard animals to forest dwellers all the way up to dinosaurs. With a large variety of different animals on offer,let’s take a looksee and play around with 101 Animal Puzzles. For more info about the developers,head on over to their website.
How it Works: You’ll first need to download 101 Animal Puzzles from the Play Store before you can start playing. While it is a paid-for game,there’s no ads or in-app purchases to worry about,and if you want to try it for free,you can play 21 Animal Puzzles for free. When you first launch the app,you’ll see there’s a main menu screen with a few options on it.
One particular feature that caught my eye was the Grown-ups menu in the top-left corner that kids can’t get to,as you need to push quite quickly a few times. Here,there are some interesting options that parents will find useful.
A nice addition for me was that you can change the speech to be either UK English or US English,as a Brit myself I really enjoyed this feature,along with the adaptive difficulty,too.
Choosing which puzzle group to play through is nice and simple as well,with all you need to do being to hit an animal,and you’ll be taken to a group of puzzles from that group of animals.
At first,things will start off fairly easily if you’ve decided to use the adaptive difficulty,with only a couple of pieces being need to complete a puzzle. Each piece is a different color,and the color is said aloud as well,helping your little ones practice their colors as well.
Dragging the pieces together on the shadow will complete the puzzle and present your kids with the completed animal. The name of the animal is read out clearly and in a very welcoming,high-quality voice. You can touch the animal to hear its cry or call as well.
I’m happy to see a consistent level of polish throughout when playing 101 Animal Puzzles,and with the adaptive difficulty on,the puzzles do get more challenging as your kids keep playing,which will definitely motivate them to keep on trying.
Opinion: I’ve reviewed a decent amount of kids games over the years,and not all of them have been as…equal as others. While the vast majority of games aimed at younger kids on the Play Store are full of educational value and such,it seems to be that not a lot of them take into consideration that these games will actually be played by kids. Here,with 101 Animal Puzzles,the developer has done just that,the controls are easy to use,it’s interactive in a simple and most importantly,obvious manner. The voiceovers are of high-quality,they sound natural and the whole game is alive with color and detail. If you were looking for a game to help your kids get interested in animals,then this is the one to do it. It’s the one I would use,that’s for sure.
Speed (4/5) –101 Animal Puzzles runs nice and smoothly,with very few hiccups in between and I never came across an issue.
Features (5/5) –A game that has not only a good variety of puzzles on offer,but some meaningful settings for parents to tweak with,and some high-quality voiceovers,101 Animal Puzzles has everything you could want.
Theme (4.5/5) –Everything here looks great,and the voiceovers sound natural and inviting. Color is used all over the place and will definitely keep kids occupied,that’s for sure.
Overall (5/5) –A full game for kids that has everything you could want,with a small price tag,no in-app purchases and no ads,this is a game that understands what’s good for kids and what they want in a game.
Easy to get started with,all of the controls and gameplay can be controlled by young kids with no issues.
101 Animal Puzzles actually has some meaningful setting in it that parents will find useful.
Adaptive difficult keeps the game fresh and challenging,encouraging kids to keep on playing and keep on enjoying it.
Excellent,high-quality voiceovers will keep children engaged and they’re very natural-sounding.
Some sort of storymode would be nice to see here.
A quiz to help test what kids have learnt would also be a nice feature.
Conclusion: 101 Animal Puzzles is a game for kids that was clearly designed for them,and that comes through with the attention to important details. Everything is colorful,and eye-catching,with voiceovers that aren’t robotic at all. It’s interactive and familiar for little ones to reach out and play the game for themselves,which obviously helps kids to learn much more than just glazing over a display. An excellent all-rounder that doesn’t offer in-app purchases or ads of any kind,101 Animal Puzzles is a game built for kids,not just aimed at them.
We typically do a few top 10’s for accessories for newer devices. But the Moto X is a bit tougher,because I don’t think many people are going to want to cover up their customized Moto X. I know I’d want to feel the leather on my Moto X. But in any case (no pun intended) here are about 10 cases for the Moto X that we’d recommend.
Synthetic Leather Smartphone Wallet Universal fit for Motorola Moto X (2014)
Available in black,purple and red. Snap button closure flap. 3 Credit card slots and ID holder. Synthetic leather. Detachable matching handstrap. Phone holder measures 6.3 x 3.6 x 0.50 inches.
Diztronic Matte Back Black Flexible TPU Case for Moto X
Custom Fit for the Moto X (2nd Gen,2014 Model Only). Matte Back Prevents Fingerprints –High Gloss TPU Frames the Screen. Easy to Press Molded Volume Rocker and Power Button Design. “Lay-On-The-Table”Design Helps Protect Glass Screen From Damage When Placed Face Down. Thin and Lightweight –Only 1.6mm &Weighs Less Than 1 Ounce.
Incipio Motorola Moto X 2 (2014) NGP Carrying Case
Single anybody wraparound design provides all around protective coverage for the back,corners,and front bevel of your smartphone. Durable Flex2O TPU polymer construction absorbs shock from drops without tearing or stretching in order to deliver long lasting protection. Smooth matte finish won’t attract dust or get caught in your pocket.
Fosmon DURA-FROST Smooth Durable &Flexible Slim Fit TPU Case Cover for Motorola Moto X
Minimalistic cover designed to protect your Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen) 2014. Frosted finish adds color and personality while giving a matte look. Slim fit and lightweight design prevents unnecessary bulk making it easy to take in or out of a pocket. High quality,durable TPU brings a smooth sleek form and prevents attracting lint,dust and oils. Protective case allows full access to all ports,buttons and features without hindrance.
Moto X Case,SUPCASE [Unicorn Beetle Series] for All New Motorola Moto X
Precise cutouts for All New Motorola Moto X (2nd Gen.) Phone 2014 Release. All features accessible with case installed. Made of high-grade soft thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) and hard polycarbonate (PC) materials. Snap-on cover for easy installation. Sporty design;Multiple color options
i-Blason All New Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen Flexible TPU Case
Designed Specifically for Motorola Moto 2nd Generation Smart Phone 2014 Release. Front raised edges recess your screen to protect it when placed face down. Anti-slip properties gives your Motorola Moto X 2nd gen more grip on surfaces. Easy to slip on your device,yet stays on securely. Access to all controls,buttons and camera holes
i-Blason Google Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen Case Prime Series Dual Layer Holster Case with Kickstand
Designed Specifically for Motorola Moto X 2nd Gen Smart Phone 2014 Release. Outter enclosure hard shell constructed from impact-resistant polycarbonate and double-enforced with a shock absorbing silicone inner-sleeve. Corners feature double-thick silicone for outstanding protection against drops and other impacts.Features robust silicone–durable and absorbs impact force. Includes 2 pieces –a hard back case that slides into a locking belt clip swivel holster. Newly improved side-mount holster for more secure and easier mounting and dismounting. Precise cut and design;Easy access to all ports,sensors,speakers,cameras and all iPhone features
Cruzerlite Bugdroid Circuit TPU Case for the New Moto X (2014)
Keep your New Moto X (2014) safe and protected in style. Slip onto your Moto X (2014) to add color. TPU is more cut and tear resistant than rubber. It is abrasion resistant,and has a high degree of transparency. This skin is more stiff than silicone skins,but remains flexible. Application and removal are easy. Shock absorbent,shatterproof,and anti-scratch material.
An Iowa couple didn’t let bad service prevent an act of restaurant kindness
When Makenzie and and Steven Shultz went out to dinner for their anniversary last Saturday night,they were disappointed by the slow service at the understaffed restaurant. “Our service tonight sucked. 20 minutes to get water,40 minutes for an appetizer and over an hour for our entree,”Makenzie wrote on Facebook.
William Ho,mobile telecommunications industry analyst,consultant and commentator,has published an article over at Fearless Wireless discussing Sprint’s new Chief Executive Officer speaking at a recent investor briefing. Sprint’s new boss,Marcelo Claure,has been in place for a month. When appointed,he announced that his priorities included reducing prices,improving the network and decreasing operational costs. We’ve seen decreasing prices already and expect these to be ongoing,starting something of a price war in the US market. We should see decreased operational costs partly through internal efficiencies and partially through being able to use their parent’s buying power for network infrastructure and equipment.
It’s the network improvement aspect that’s most interesting because Sprint have withdrawn from the plan to blanket the USA in 2,500 MHz LTE coverage. Instead,they are now to “smartly concentrate”their 2,500 MHz LTE rollout in a few cities. The plan is to have an excellent high speed LTE network to provide customers with 100 to 150 Mbps speeds,market regionally and improve the service and network reputation. Sprint’s high speed / low speed network could result in customers experiencing a very high speed service in a few key areas,dropping to a much slower network when they’re out of a Sprint 2,500 MHz LTE zone. In the short term this seems at odds with Sprint’s parent,SoftBank. SoftBank Chairman Masayoshi Son has said he wants to bring higher mobile broadband speeds to the US and he wants to win. This announcement is for the short term;essentially Sprint have said it would take too long to provide a national 2,500 MHz service. I am sure that this is their ultimate goal.
By way of background,Sprint have available coverage for their LTE network in the 2,500 MHz and 800 MHz points;their 2,500 MHz spectrum is associated with Sprint’s early jump into next generation networking technologies,WiMAX,which has effectively been and gone. The first WiMax handset sold on the Sprint network was the HTC Evo 4G,on sale back in June 2010. Sprint declined to bid for additional spectrum in the AWS-3 auctions,primarily because US regulators would likely reduce any spectrum it acquired,block the purchase or force it to share with other carriers because of the existing spectrum it owns in the 2,500 MHz band. The higher the frequency,the shorter the penetration of the signal but the higher the network speed:analysts believe that the Sprint’s 2,500 MHz LTE network should be able to provide customers with download speeds of between 100 to 150 Mbps. By comparison,their 800 MHz frequency will be significantly slower –figures of 10 Mbps are being touted –which is a significant step down in terms of network performance.
We don’t know the size of these high speed areas compared with the low speed areas,but the idea of a big carrier promoting itself at a local level is interesting. And I tend to agree:do not fight the way your opponent fights. We know that T-Mobile and Verizon are rolling out their low frequency,higher penetration LTE networks (on the 700 MHz spectrum) and we expect AT&T to follow. Sprint,“America’s Newest Network,”needs to do the same with its 800 MHz spectrum. Being able to offer the fastest network in a locality backed up by a slower but consistent national network may be one way to win back customers. What do our readers think? If your city acquired a reliably 100+ Mbps LTE network,would you move (or stick) with Sprint? Let us know in the comments below.
Huawei announced their Honor 6 smartphone back in June,and the device will finally available for purchase in India. The phone features the same specs that were shown off at the launch event,so you’re still getting a 1080p 5-inch display (with on-screen buttons!),an octo-core Kirin CPU,a 13 megapixel rear facing camera with a 5 megapixel front shooter,plus 3 GB of RAM,16 GB of internal storage,and Android 4.4 with Huawei’s Emotion UI on top.
The device features a solid aluminum alloy frame and a 3,100 mAh battery,and it’s arguably one of the most well-designed phones Huawei has ever sold. If you’re interested,it will go on sale on Flipkart on October 6th for Rs. 19,999.
Jon Negroni’s theory about beloved Pixar characters swept the Internet last summer when he provided an in-depth analysis suggesting every Pixar movie,from Brave to Ratatouille to WALL-E,took place in the same universe
While Negroni’s theory was spectacular,it was extensive and complex. So the animators at Bloop deconstructed the concepts into a detailed 8-minute video to help visualize Negroni’s complicated timeline
In February,5-year-old Hannah Higgins was diagnosed with Wilms’tumor,and since then,she has undergone six months of chemotherapy,including radiation therapy and four surgeries. Wilms’tumor is a rare kidney cancer that primarily affects children.
Despite carrying the stress of the illness at such a young age,Higgins has managed to stay level-headed and focused on her recovery. In what she calls her “commercial”for cancer,Higgins shares her experience with other struggling cancer patients and urges them to be brave in the same way she has
In the video’s closing moment,she says sweetly:“If you have cancer,don’t worry,’cause I am brave and you can be brave also.”Read more…
One of the major drawbacks of the Pure Edition of the new Moto X is that it was lacking several LTE bands that the AT&T and Verizon version have. The pure edition supports only three LTE bands:2,4,and 17. Compare that to AT&T’s model (bands 2,3,4,5,7,and 17) and Verizon’s model (bands 2,3,4,7,and 13) and the Pure Edition all of a sudden becomes a much less appealing option for someone that’s looking for a device to use something besides just AT&T and T-Mobile’s network.
Fortunately,according to Motorola’s forum manager,it looks like Motorola will eventually try to push out a software update that will enable bands 3,5,and 7 on the Pure Edition device,which will make the device much more functional for roaming and using international cell networks. After all,that’s what you’d expect from a SIM unlocked device,right?
There’s no exact timeline on the update,but Motorola has been fantastic about keeping their phones updated lately,so hopefully it won’t be too far down the line.
While last week we were all laughing at Apple and their #Bendgate controversy,Samsung was selling their brand new flagship the Galaxy Note 4 in their home country of South Korea. And some 30,000 Koreans have a Galaxy Note 4 right now in hand. Which is where reports surfaced that the Galaxy Note 4 suffered from a gap between the screen and the bezel. It’s actually large enough to fit your business card into. We reported on this just yesterday,and today Samsung’s PR has issued a statement about this. “The reported issue does not impact the functionality or quality of the Galaxy Note 4. We assure our customers that all Galaxy Note 4 units meet our strict manufacturing and quality control standards.” So that doesn’t tell us a whole lot about the issue,but we’ll have to put our trust into those making the Galaxy Note 4 and those working in quality control are making great devices for us to buy in just a few weeks.
The Galaxy Note 4 is probably going to be one of the most popular Android devices of the year. Not that,that should be surprising as the Galaxy Note 3 was one of the most popular devices last year. So it’s important that Samsung gets this straightened out now,or else they’ll be headed down the same path as Apple is right now with their bending iPhones. Although it doesn’t help that people are now bending their phones on purpose to get on YouTube. The Galaxy Note 4 is going on sale here in the US in a few weeks –October 17th to be exact –and it’s available for pre-order right now. How many of you are going to wait a bit to pick up the Galaxy Note 4 until we know that the #GapGate issues are fixed? Let us know in the comments down below.
Twitter has started making some noise about Amplify.
The ad program,which Twitter introduced last May,re-promotes moments that just occurred on TV in the form of tweets. For instance,here’s a replay of Blue Jay Ryan Goins’recent barehanded catch in an early September game against the Chicago Cubs that has been repurposed as an ad for the Holiday Inn Express:
We liked Sol Republic’s Deck speaker when it debuted last summer. More than just your average Bluetooth speaker,the Deck had a powerful social component,allowing up to five different people connect to it simultaneously —letting a bunch of people have their turn at playing DJ.
However,the Deck was a little on the pricey side at $199.99,and its sound was only decent —not greatSol Republic aims to address those criticisms with the Deck Ultra,a bigger,more powerful version of the Deck that sells for just $149.99.