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Having a wide choice of third party applications is one of the most beautiful things that Android has to offer. Almost every app has its alternative. So if you don’t like a particular offering, you can easily replace it with another–hopefully much better–alternative.
Naturally,the same thing applies to Internet browsers. Chrome or Firefox doesn’t necessarily have to be your default choice. Some lesser known projects maintained by one or a few developers are often better than big boys made by corporations. One of the smaller projects that is worth taking a quick look at is Pale Moon Browser. This browser was ported to Android by XDA Recognized Developer cyansmoker.
Pale Moon is fully open source,Firefox-based browser. It is focused on speed and efficiency. To that end,the developers take special care to add only crucial functions and keep the application as light as possible. Pale Moon has earned some fans on Windows and Linux already,and now Android users can enjoy this project because Cyansmoker delivered his source-built browser port.
The current build is considered an Alpha version. As such,the application is still at very early stage of development and may not work on every device. It likely depends of CPU architecture,so only certain devices should be able to run this browser successfully.
2014 is certainly shaping up to be the year of the wearables. And thanks to its innovative interface and impressive functionality,the Android Wear platform is uniquely positioned to take this relatively young market by storm. It’s been just under one month since Google officially launched the first two Android Wear devices at the Google I/O 2014 keynote. Now,developers have something to be excited about thanks to the partial source code release to the AOSP.
OK–stop hyperventilating for a second,and re-read that last sentence and the first word of this article’s title. Much like what we saw with the Android L developer preview a couple weeks ago,this is only a partial source code release to cover the GPL projects for the currently shipping devices,the LG G Watch (Dory) Samsung Gear Live (Sprat). As explained by Bill Yi in the Android Building Google Group:
Today,we pushed a small number of GPL projects for the kitkat-wear release. The tag is android-4.4w_r1. The changes are minor since kitkat-mr2.2. We plan to do a full platform push for Android’s next milestone release.
The kernel source is kernel/msm with the following branches:
In other words,this is just a partial source code release,and we won’t have the full source release until Android L later this year. As such,it’s not enough to create a full,source-built Android Wear port to existing smart watches. However,if you’ve looking to develop for the G Watch or the Gear Live,this is a great start.
Developers looking to dive in can do so in the links below!
Airport lounges offer travelers a place to relax,unwind and get away from the crowd while they wait for a flight,and airlines have gone to great lengths to make their lounges appealing to guests willing to pay for the privilege.
While other airlines add chandeliers,culinary masterpieces,luxurious sleeping quarters and spa treatments,Alaska Airlines is appealing to travelers who just want a quick and tasty breakfast.
The airline’s lounges have pancake “printing”machines that work at the push of a button,originally offered in Seattle and now with expanded hours of operation in Anchorage,Seattle,Portland and Los Angeles. While a printed pancake is far from gourmet,it doesn’t look any worse than a lot of airline fare. The airline says it was the first to bring the pancake machine to airport lounges. Read more…
With hectic schedules,it can be hard to keep track of everything in your news feed. That’s why we created the TalkAndroid Daily Dose. This is where we recap the day’s hottest stories so you can get yourself up to speed in quick fashion. Happy reading!!
As the number of people who use Airbnb to list and rent lodging grows,so do the horror stories. The latest is from Palm Springs,California,where a squatter is occupying a 600-square-foot condo reserved through the apartment-rental website.
The owner of the rental,Cory Tschogl,is a rehabilitation therapist who lives in the Bay Area,and purchased the condo as an investment. She has listed it on Airbnb and FlipKey since last fall.
Earlier this year,a verified Airbnb user by the name of Maksym reserved the condo for 44 days,from May 25 to July 8,2014 at $450 per week. After 30 days —Airbnb collects monthly payments for longterm reservations —Maksym stopped paying for the condo,and the company reimbursed Tschogl for the remaining two weeks of his reservation. After July 8,however,Tschogl texted Maksym to tell him that he must leave,and that the power would be turned off. Read more…
Fake social media accounts are spreading pro-Chinese propaganda on Twitter,disseminating upbeat news stories about the troubled regions of Tibet and Xinjiang,according to an investigation by advocacy group Free Tibet.
It’s unclear if this effort is led by the Chinese government,whose online-propaganda efforts normally involve real people paid to post favorable comments to shape public opinion. But if China is indeed behind the propaganda,it wouldn’t be the first country to try something like this.
Russia has reportedly used fake Facebook accounts to attack Ukrainian protesters,accusing them of horrendous crimes,according to Forbes. The pro-Russian commenters —some real,some fake —even spread bogus photos,the magazine reported. Read more…
Network Neutrality – those two words have been in the tech news a lot lately. At first,nobody was truly aware of the meaning and most readers would skip over it,assuming it was just a war between the FCC and companies such as Comcast,AT&T,Verizon,etc. Most users felt it really had nothing to do with them,when in reality it has everything to do with the everyday internet users like you and me. Basically,it is the principle that Internet service providers and the government should treat ALL data on the internet EQUALLY – not discriminating or charging differentially by user,content,site,platform,application,type of attached equipment,and modes of communication.
Those that defend this definition view Neutrality a very important component of the “open Internet” – equal treatment of data without interference from a third party,such as the government. This is opposite a “closed Internet,” where established corporations – Netflix,Verizon,AT&T,etc. – or governments get special treatment or favored usage over users like you and me. This idea has garnered so much strength lately that there is now an extensive debate going on as to whether there should be a new law protecting network neutrality. I just received another email today about the many responses the FCC received from consumers,asking me to send an email to voice my opinion. The email said:
“Verizon and Comcast are determined to get their way with the FCC. Their huge lobbying operations are working hard to pass Internet rules that would create an Internet “fast lane”only available to corporations who could pay massive fees,and a slow lane for everyone else.”
There are some users,such as Verizon and Google that believe within types of data,such as video data,there should be Neutrality –no discrimination between video data from any user. However,they do believe there should be discrimination between different types of data that is allowed,such as Voice data should have priority over Video data…which one may be able to defend since talking over our mobile devices should probably have priority over downloading a video…what do you think?
The FCC wanted to stop taking comments about Net Neutrality on Tuesday (July 15),but their antiquated IT system crashed from so many users that they extended the deadline to July 18…well over a million comments had been entered. It is clear from the comments that big companies should not be able to interfere with consumers’ access. Of course,it is not just typical consumers having their say,so are the lobbying groups and companies,whose ‘comments’may be a 100 pages long. Our source looks at what some on the major companies and advocate groups are saying – really,there are no surprises here. The groups like the ACLU,Common Cause,Consumers Union,Netflix,and Reddit are basically for a law to keep Net Neutrality or a Title II reclassification of Broadband services as a common carrier so the government can protect our First Amendment rights. Common Cause writes:
“Communications policy should empower consumers,not gatekeepers. Any proposal to allow blocking,discrimination,or paid prioritization would strengthen incumbent ISPs that possess both the technical ability and financial incentives to act as toll collectors,judges and juries of internet content and access.”
The surprising one in this group is Netflix,but apparently,they would rather see Title II than allow Comcast’s Xfinity and Verizon FIOS to cause Netflix havoc. The other side of the coin is AT&T,Comcast and Verizon – they all believe that as little regulation as possible from the government is a good thing. Verizon claims that they have no incentive to throttle any of their services because customers would “dump them and flock to competitors.” Of course,they are ignoring the fact that while FiOS customers may have that option,Verizon DSL customer almost never have that option. Comcast even came out and said that they are “so dedicated to Net Neutrality” that they do not needed stronger rules…and besides,those rules wouldn’t work anyway. –In other words,trust us,we are your network provider!
Lastly,there are those ‘in the middle,’ so they say,such as the Information Technology Industry Council – representing Apple,Ebay,Facebook,Google,Intel,Microsoft,Yahoo,and many others. They do not want to see a Title II classification because it is “heavily regulatory” and would give the FCC too much hands-on. The organization “recognizes that without proper protections,commercial arrangements between online service providers and broadband ISPs have the potential to adversely impact competition and choice in the online marketplace…and the Commission should permit opportunities for companies to experiment with commercial agreements that could benefit customers”. Therefore,in other words,no regulations because we promise to behave and only do things that will benefit our customers…never our pocketbooks. Please hook up with us on our Google+ Page and let us know if you are following the Net Neutrality talks –if you wrote the FCC your comments –and how you feel about it…as always,we would love to hear from you.
The OnePlus One is really an amazing phone no matter how you slice it. Besides the excellent hardware build quality it features CyanogenMod right out of the box;something every other phone on the market has to be modified to be running. But what if CyanogenMod’s software doesn’t do it for you? What if you want more features and doohickeys to play with that CM just won’t give you? Never fear,since this is an AOSP-based phone there has already been a fantastic outreach from the developer community,and the OnePlus One is supported quicker than most phones ever are. Also thanks to OnePlus’s warranty there’s no worrying about them denying you a warranty claim because you flashed a custom ROM,and it’s super easy to get a custom ROM on there as well. So for now let’s break down what’s available out there and see which custom ROM solution is the best,shall we?
Calkulin’s OnePlus One is a modified version of CM11S that gives you more power saving options,colored notification bar icons,less compression for MMS files and a number of other little tweaks for the system in general. One big advantage that Calkulin’s OPO has over stock CM11S is that it’s based off CM nightlies with the 11S tweaks added,meaning this is running Android 4.4.4 whereas stock CM11S is still on Android 4.4.2. While this isn’t a huge overall change to the OS it’s a welcome update,and those looking for a few good tweaks and extra power savings over stock can’t go wrong here.
The PAC-Man name comes from the combination of Paranoid Android,AOKP and CyanogenMod ROM sources into one big ROM,and as such this ROM has many of the same key features as those ROMs,except it’s all in one ROM instead of a bunch. Here you’ll find lots of additional tweaks like extra options above those provided in CM such as smart notification shade pulldown,weather in the status bar as part of the system weather updates,lockscreen notifications,active display as seen on the Moto X,and so many more things. Like the rest of the group below you can use all the CM apps provided with the OnePlus One,including the Camera Next app that gives you 4K video recording,slow-mo recording,etc. Just install the APK and go.
One of the most popular ROMs for the Nexus 5 has made its way to the OnePlus One,and it’s called Mahdi. You may not have heard of this one before,but it’s quite packed full of features,and brings the CM experience to the next level by provided a whole host of options you won’t find in stock CM. Additional sound,display and other system tweaks are present here,as well as full control over all those additional hardware features you’ve come to know and love on the OnePlus One such as he ability to change or disable the hardware buttons. There are also some significant lockscreen setting options,and some low level tweaks like being able to change system animations for everything from transitions to toast notifications.
MoKee is its own branch of AOSP,much like CyanogenMod,AOKP and Paranoid Android are. As such MoKee has a significant number of features you won’t find anywhere else,such as multi-window support like a Samsung phone,custom animations,adjustable UI elements and others. You’ll find some extra features in the calendar like solar and lunar calendars,additions to the dialer like smart dialing and IP dialing,the network speed being displayed in the status bar and lots of customization options all over the place. There’s also a really cool task switching sidebar in recent apps that populates with commonly used apps,giving you a two-click press to your favorite apps no matter where you are or what you’re doing.
Being one of the most feature rich and cutting edge ROMs on the market automatically jumps you to the top,and that’s where the Paranoid Android team is finding themselves yet again here. With official support,Paranoid Android on the OnePlus One isn’t just a port of the popular ROM from another AOSP device,it’s an official build from the source just for the OnePlus One. As such we see not only all the other amazing features that Paranoid Android adds,but also ones that we’ve come to expect from our phone. Again Camera Next works just fine here,and even the off-screen gestures are built in too. If you haven’t kept up with Paranoid Android over the last couple of months and years know that the team has added some significant features to regular AOSP,including PIE navigation controls,Peek and Hover.
PIE takes the place of the standard back,home and recents buttons and gives you more information than you know you could have from just a simple swipe. Peek reproduces Motorola’s Active Display feature from the Moto X with its own twist,and Hover lets you place any app in its own floating window,complete with full control of notifications from a hover-style pop-up. It’s an incredibly powerful ROM that’s getting new features added practically every week. The latest 4.5 alpha builds,which don’t seem to be built for the OnePlus One yet,even feature an Android L style recents menu and a few other overhauls to make things even prettier before L hits this fall.
With any of these ROMs don’t forget to flash the required Google Apps Package! Right now we didn’t include any ROMs based on ColorOS because there are problems with most if not all of them. Some even seem to lock your bootloader with little hope of getting it unlocked again,sticking you with a Chinese OnePlus One until someone figures out how to fix that. Nasty! As always be careful when doing this sort of thing,and if you don’t know what you’re doing make sure to study up or you may just be stuck with something you won’t be happy with for a long time!
USAA,which provides financial services to military personnel and their families,is rolling out “Ask Watson,”an online tool that will help members get answers to questions about how they can prepare for life outside the military. Read more…
The clip features wide shots of skateboarders rolling down barren freeways and empty cross streets. Houghten’s work is reminiscent of work from photographer Matt Logue and a 2011 video from videographer Ross Ching.
The Google Drive team has announced some new features and updates that have been added to the Google Sheets spreadsheet app. The updates focus on filter and view options for spreadsheets. Headlining the changes is the ability to create a “temporary filter view”on spreadsheets for which users only have read access permissions. Using the temporary filter,users can filter and sort data in those spreadsheets.
Google also added some features that will make it easier to share spreadsheet data with other users. First,a specific view can be shared so that recipients don’t have to go through a long list to figure out what it is you are wanting them to look at. This can be achieved just by copying and pasting a URL. Second,Google added the ability tothe range that is used to define a filter view. Previously,to change the range users would have to delete the existing range and then create a new one.
AMC has announced that they will be releasing an official companion game for their hit series The Walking Dead. The new game,The Walking Dead:No Man’s Land,is being developed for mobile devices by AMC and Next Games. An early look at the game is expected at Comic Con later this month and the title is expected to be released in early 2015 which should coincide with the mid-season premiere for season 5.
According to a statement that was released,
The game,titled The Walking Dead:No Man’s Land,will allow players to experience the world of the iconic show through gameplay exclusively developed for smartphones and tablet devices. Developed by Next Games in close collaboration with AMC,the game will feature themes familiar to the TV series,where characters fight for survival in a post-apocalyptic,walker-infested world. A recurring theme of choosing the right survival strategy and making the most human choices possible is at the heart the first-of-its-kind game.
If you want to get on the mailing list for updates from the developers,hit the source link for the page that was set up for fans.
Google is on the hunt to find an alternative to today’s power inverters which it says are “too large”,and together with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers is holding a contest to see if anyone can come up with an idea for a smaller,yet just as equally if not more efficient power inverter to be used for things like Solar Powered homes,electric cars and other variations of “green”tech. The contest pays the Grand Prize Winner a hefty sum of $1 million,which Google themselves completely funded. Google’s reasoning is multi-pronged,with benefits going directly to Google in addition to the other industries and even individual consumers that it would help should someone end up inventing a smaller inverter box. Current boxes Google states are the size of large coolers.
Yes Google’s goals here are admirable in that they have what seems like a never ending quest to bring more “green”everything to the planet,but there is also personal gain at play here. Not only do they help their “green tech”image as a company who often involves itself with environmental goals and advancements,but they also end up benefiting from the potential use of these smaller power inverters inside their data centers,which could help them more efficiently power all their servers across the globe. It’s a win/win,as they not only use less energy to power their servers and keep things running,which ends up costing them less money,but they also better their environmental image for using less of that energy.
The job of the Power inverter is to take the direct current and transform it into alternating current that can be use to power homes and electric cars,as well as many other products. The direct current being used comes from solar panels and batteries. With current inverters being too big Google’s march to seek a smaller unit also has honorable intentions,with Google stating that inverters moving from the size of a cooler to the size of say like a laptop or tablet,they could potentially bring electricity to remote places on earth that either don’t currently have power or don’t have much to distribute. Google is giving contestants quite a bit of time to put in their submissions of course,stating that submissions will be accepted all the way up until July 15th of next year,and that they will announce finalists in October of which there will be 18,and finally announcing the Grand Prize Winner in the middle of January 2016 on the 16th of that month.
Amazon took its time in launching the Fire phone,and it shows. Where you might expect a device carelessly thrown together to capitalize on the popularity of the Kindle Fire tablets,you instead find a remarkably well-designed piece of technology. And it’s fun to use,too.
Even without its fancy marquee features,the Fire phone is an odd duck. It’s the first and only phone to run Amazon’s forked version of Android,Fire OS. Yet Amazon’s smartphone experience doesn’t feel anything like a 1.0. The company has learned a thing or two about user experience from its Kindle Fire tablets,and it shows in the Fire phone. Read more…
Material Design is making the jump from Android L enabled devices today(which only includes the Nexus 5 and 2013 Nexus 7)in the form of the new Play Store update that they have just begun pushing out to users. We have the download for you of course but here’s what’s new and what changes can be expected. The most obvious changes will be the new look. Google’s Material Design is equal parts inspiring as it is gorgeous,while also letting users have just a little taste of what Material Design will bring to the Android UI and style as a whole when Android L launches later this year in the fall.This update brings the Play Store up to version 4.9.13,so be sure to check your Play Store build version from the Apps section in settings and if you’re not on the latest,go ahead and update by downloading the file here.
If you prefer to wait for the update to roll out to you over the air you’re more than welcome,but there’s no need to wait if you want to get a head start on what the update has to offer. After updating the Play Store app,you’ll notice that going into app and other content sections of the Play Store will be sporting the new Material Design look,with bigger and more lush images for the banners,as well as larger images for the screenshots of what the apps or games look like. There also seems to be a change with the text used in the descriptions and for everything else listed on any content,seemingly using the new revised roboto font that can be found inside of Android L. That is just a guess of course but it does look a little bit different to me personally.
Upon opening a game or app,there are now icons displayed just below the banner image and the install button,dedicated to the “star rating”of the app with the listed amount of total comments,as well as icons with a denotation of what genre or category of game/app you’re viewing. Lastly there is a third icon labeled as “similar”. All of these icons are actually buttons which you can interact with by tapping on them. Tapping the Star rating will now take you to the comments section,although you can still view comments and ratings down below in the same place,while tapping on the “genre”button or the category classification under which that game/app sits will take you to other types of games/apps that are part of the same genre. Appropriately,tapping on the “similar”button will take you to similar games(or apps,or any other type of content depending on what you’re viewing)but they won’t necessarily be of the same category sub-class. If you have people that you circle or that circle you,their +1′s will be listed in between the category button and the similar apps button as well.
Videos for apps or games or any of the content is no longer sectioned with the images. If any content has a video it is now integrated as part of the banner image that can be seen at the top of the app/game/book/music/video page. Literally everything about the Play Store’s design has been redone,and it looks infinitely better. Not that it looked bad before but now everything feels more fluid. The app descriptions for example are the full length of the page,so no more having to tap a little button to expand the description and finish reading,now you just have to initially tap the “read more”button to open the description from the get go but afterwards the entire set of text is on the page. If you’re eager to get your hands on it as we stated you can download the new Play Store here from the link,and check out the screenshots posted below.
Memo to Mark Zuckerberg:next time you launch an app aimed at making Facebook easier for celebrities,consider asking William Shatner to beta-test it first.
Shatner —yes,that Shatner,the singer,raconteur and sometime starship captain —launched a blistering broadside against Facebook Mentions on his Tumblr account Tuesday. “I’m not quite sure why Facebook released this app,”Shatner concluded at the end of a comprehensive review of its features. “It seems to be ill conceived.”
If you don’t know what Facebook Mentions is,that’s probably because you’re not famous enoughLaunched last week,the app is supposed to make life on the social network easier individuals who command large numbers of fans. They get to swoop in on conversations where fans mention them as well as conduct Q&As from the comfort of —well,anywhere. Read more…
In modern life,you can’t underestimate the power of the dark side messaging applications like Facebook,Snapchat,or WhatsApp. These apps are used by millions every day,so it’s definitely a large user base.
If you use WhatsApp just for typing plain text messages without sending selfies or cat images to your friends,or maybe you often misclick selecting the photo or voice record buttons,you might be interesting to try an Xposed module made by XDA Senior Member jayshah.
Jayshash’s module allows you to entirely re-configure the look of the message bar by removing unnecessary elements. Users have options to remove the camera shortcut and disable the voice messages button. With these simple modifications,you gain a bit of control of the WhatsApp application and make it more streamlined for you to use.
Since WhatsApp mods is an Xposed module,it uses Xposed Frameworks to apply these changes. And of course to use Xposed,your device must be rooted. You can find a rooting guide by visiting the home forum for your device.
Are you using WhatsApp to stay in touch with your friends and family? If so,don’t hesitate to visit the WhatsApp mods module thread to get the most of this great application.
Taxi’s can be great in a pinch,especially if your destination is an extremely important one. What are all taxi cabs missing though? If you guessed in car draft pours or snacks for passengers during the ride,you’d be completely wrong but that would definitely be the best cab ride of my life. Nope,the real answer to that question was WiFi access,and Google,(surprise,surprise)aims to be the company to make WiFi during your ride a reality. In fact they already have,at least in Uber black vehicles,and only in Philadelphia for now. However with the possibility that WiFi inside of Philadelphia’s Uber Black fleet vehicles could become a big hit,that would have to leave the door open for other Uber vehicles in other cities to get the WiFi treatment as well. That will have to wait of course though,and it’s in no way a definite thing,just more of a hope on our end.
The free WiFi access is available to passengers of Uber Black vehicles starting today and the service will be available through Labor Day. Should you be in the area during these times and opt to call for an Uber ride pickup,you’ll be able to use the WiFi access in those vehicles while you’re on your way to your destination. The idea behind it all was to provide a way for business professionals to access the internet in case they wanted to work during their trip to and from where ever they’re going.
Not sure how you would guarantee yourself an Uber black car with WiFi inside? Uber has made the action as simple as possible. Once inside the app,there is a WiFi button at the top that you’ll need to slide into an “on”position,much like you were turning on your devices WiFi to use it on any network to connect. From that point on you simply just request a “Black Car”and that’s that. Although most people already have data features connected to their wireless plans these days,the free Black Car WiFi feature would make it easy to connect up to the internet and work or browse for free without having to use your own data allotment. As this type of service from Uber is still new they want to set up a couple expectations for potential passengers. WiFi connections may not be ideal in some areas,and WiFi enabled Black Cars are sure to be in high demand at certain points of the day so it may be a little difficult to get the ride you want,in which case,users would just have to connect using their own data or wait till they get where they’re going.