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What phone do you use?
- Sony Xperia
- (If not mentioned above please put the name of of your daily phone)
e.g. iPhone 5c, Samsung Note 3, Nexus 5 etc
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i am following Engadget since long years via RSS feed in android (RSS Demon).
Before, i was able to get small picture (as thumbnail) of each engadget post/feed in article list.
But since few months, i am not able to get any pictures of news feed/post. it just download the text.
I did try this feed in other android mobile by installing RSS Demon in my friends' mobile.
none of those new installation could get pictures attached in each feed.
pls help me.
I'm looking for a program, but I'm not sure if a program like this actually exists... thus this topic asking for some help from you all
I'm looking for a US VPN (paid or free, I don't mind) which allows me to use the VPN on a specific program, so I can still use my original IP for the rest of my programs. is this possible, and if so, does anyone know of a good VPN that offers this option?
I know I could use virtual machines, but I don't know too much about that, so I first wanted to...
More specifically if recovery software can do the same thing as those companies can, how can they stay in business?
I love Steam. I've spent countless hours browsing the library for good deals and just looking at new and interesting games. One thing I've noticed is that there are some very strange games out there.
Here are some that I've found (interestingly, they all seem to be simulators):
- Bus Simulator 2012: http://store.steampowered.com/app/253770/?snr=1_7_15__13
- Recovery Search & Rescue Simulation:...
Facebook launched a new app today called Paper. It's a unique and interesting way to consume content from your Facebook news feed. Have you had a chance to play with it yet? Share your thoughts!
Engadget hands on: http://www.engadget.com/2014/02/03/facebook-paper-news-reading-app-hands-on/
More info: https://www.facebook.com/paper
If there's anything the Super Bowl is good for, it's a yearly reminder that we shouldn't be using GoDaddy to purchase domains. Similar to how the switch between Daylight Savings and Standard Time is a biannual reminder that we should change batteries in our smoke alarms, the Super Bowl provides a great opportunity for a equally beneficial public service.
That said, I'm ashamed to admit that I still have a few domains hosted with them, mostly out of sheer laziness.... Read more →
Thanks to some social engineering on brain dead PayPal service reps (and GoDaddy reps, because of course GoDaddy), Naoki Hiroshima ended up losing his potentially very valuable Twitter handle (@N).
It's one of those things that reminds me to try and lock down everything as much as possible. So far, I have enabled two-factor authentication on some of the most valuable services I... Read more →