How much data do you guys think I would use if I used Engadget's Live Blog to follow the event? Using iPhone 5 on AT&T. Thanks!!
I have a iPhone 5s work phone and was wondering if anyone knows the wifi range. I have a access point with a max range of 600ft and I noticed that if I am approximately 150ft away I am showing full wifi bars but nothing loads. I figure this is due to the phone not being able to transmit that far. Any ideas?
I was looking for a printer to replace my recent printer, to add Google Print / Air Print functionality to print from IOS devices and a Chromebook and Chromebox. I currently have a Canon AIO Laser Printer without Google Print, and I was wondering if anyone had suggestions for a low price printer that would do the job? (under $200?)
Yesterday, this spinning wheel was going to town all day long on my phone. I'd force close apps and nothing would change. It's no wonder my battery life went from about 90% to 20% in 3 hours, while barely touching my phone! Finally, after rebooting my phone last night, it appears to have gone away.
That said, is there any way to see what apps are currently accessing data? (Similar to how we have a screen that tells us what apps are currently /...
We all know that smartphones today have built in accelerometers, gyroscopes and magnetometers. With all these orientation-aware stuff packed in, why can't any phone manufacturer enable a feature like a 'virtual horizon' on the camera viewfinder? Most DSLRs and mirrorless cameras have this feature today.
Something is absolutely destroying my battery on my iPhone 5s. I can take it off the charger at 6:30 and by 2:30 I'm having to place it back on the charger because it's almost in the red (less than 20%). It's a feature I never used on Android, but I'm kind of missing it right now.
How can I best identify just what in the hell is crushing my battery?
I learned qipack is a wireless portable charging with 3000 mah battery built-in from Gigaom
And as shown on kickstarter page, it's fit my moto droid mini.
I also noticed tylt vu wireless charging pad sold on Verizon, compare to VU and Qipack,
Vu supports 45 angle view while iPhone 5c lay on it for wireless charging, but need to connect power adaptor, $69.99 already available now.
Qipack supports backup battery pack for cordless/wireless charging, $54, but need to pre-order on kickstarter.
Buy Vu now...