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DJKiran

by DJKiran

Is the site futureproof?
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Will the layout adapt to higher resolution displays?

For example, on a 4K display, the central column where all the content is very narrow, and the rest is just wasted white space. It would be nice if it keeps its ratio with the resolution.
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GPS

by kris

The little technologies that have changed your life
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A few months ago, the MTA here in New York finally rolled out "Bus Time" city-wide. Bus Time is a program wherein every single MTA bus has a GPS transmitter, and all of that data is collected and made available on a mobile website so you can find out where all the buses are. Just plug in a bus route on the website, and it will give you a list of stops on that line and where all its buses are in relation to those stops. Plug in a stop... Read more →
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11-inch

by DanCooper

How would you change Lenovo’s Yoga 11?
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Back in the old days, Yoga was all about sitting quietly wearing earth tones, so when Lenovo announced a range of transforming laptops, we were delighted. While the Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 was a revelation, the, um, Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 was a significantly more underwhelming proposition. That’s because it was running Windows RT, Microsoft’s poorly-handled attempt to beat Android tablets with an... Read more →
Romulus

by Romulus

My million download app is removed from Google Play due to ridiculous reason
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I am the Developer of Meridian Player, with five year history and more than six million download on Google Play.
Yesterday I get this mail:
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This is a notification that your application, Meridian Player Transcend, with package ID org.iii.romulus.meridian, has been removed from the Google Play Store.
REASON FOR REMOVAL: Violation of the spamprovisions of the Content Policy. Please refer to thekeyword spam policy help article for more information.
Do not engage in "keyword stuffing" by loading app... Read more →
Apple Wireless Keyboard 2nd-gen

by frankspin

Let's talk keyboards and what you're currently using
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Recently I was thinking about keyboards (that's normal right?) and I started to remember the good ole Optimus Maximus. The big ole hunkin keyboard that let you customize the keycaps for different shortcuts. Definitely ahead of its time, but probably led to the inspiration behind Razer's Synapse software.
This of course spiraled out of control into me researching mechanical keyboards. I've never owned one,... Read more →
m5harris

by m5harris

New Layout
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Very recently (I think I would have noticed if this had been happening for more than about 24 hours) it seems you have done a redesign which I don't think is very user-friendly. When viewing a single article (not the homepage where all the articles are listed one after the other) it used to be that the page was dedicated to that article, and when you scrolled to the bottom the comments would be there, after the recommended reading links. Now, when I view a single article, if I scroll to the... Read more →
Google Chrome OS

by dave

Can a Chromebook replace your everyday laptop?
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When Google first unveiled their lineup of Chromebooks at Google I/O in 2011, they promised a ultraportable computer with robust battery life, instant-on access, and even things like 3G connectivity so you could get your Internet on the go. They were basically a netbook in disguise, but cheaper... and potentially less functional. (Ah, netbooks. Remember those?)
Three years later, Google is still pushing... Read more →
frankspin

by frankspin

Recent non-tech purchases you've been enjoying?
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I was backer of the Bruer (http://www.bruer.co/) system on Kickstarter and got mine back in February, but really haven't used it a ton until recently. I have to say, it's pretty sweet and a nice way to change up my cold brew methods. If you're unfamiliar with what's going on it's using slow drip to make coffee, versus a steep method. This gives me a lot more control with adjusting strength of brew and the time to brew is far less than when I used a Toddy system: 5 - 6 hours versus 8 hours.... Read more →
kris

by kris

The most important thing you'll vote on all day -- Lay's "Do Us a Flavor" Contest
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We all love tech, but you know what I also love? Food. I love going to new restaurants, cooking my favorite dishes, and I love snacks. Chips, cookies, crackers and cakes. I bet you do too, which is why I bring you the most pressing issue of the day:
Of the Lays "Do Us a Flavor" contest entries, which one is the best?
There are four options:
  • Cheddar Bacon Mac & Cheese
  • Cappuccino
  • Mango Salsa
  • Wasabi Ginger
I got to try all... Read more →