Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean OTA Upgrade Guide

Here is a nice little trick how to force the Android 4.1.1 Jelly Bean OTA upgrade: 1. Settings 2. Apps 3. Up right “All” 4. Google Services Framework 5. Clear data 6. Force stop 7. Homescreen 8. Settings 9. About phone 10. System updates 11. Check now If it won’t update, start over. This can

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Adobe Photoshop for iPad

Ausgestellt am 27. Februar 2012 vom in App, Apple, geeky, iPad, Tablet

Adobes Photoshop Touch for iPad is now available in the App Store. It only runs on the iPad 2 not on the iPad 1. It comes with Adobe Creative Cloud and CS5 support. Use popular Photoshop features designed for the tablet such as layers, selection tools, adjustments, and filters to create mind-blowing images. Use your

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New Apple iCloud Commercial

Ausgestellt am 27. Februar 2012 vom in Apple, geeky

Apple just launched a new TV Ad. It’s called iCloud Harmony and you are guessing right, it’s all about iCloud. Here it is:

 
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Acer Iconia A200 Android Tablet has arrived

The new Acer Iconia A200 has arrived. It is a 10 inch Androit Tablet. It comes with Android 3.2 but it will receive an official Ice Cream Sandwich Firmware Update soon. Take a look at the unboxing video:

 
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New Google Privacy Policy

Ausgestellt am 25. Januar 2012 vom in geeky, Google

  While the whole world is looking at Apple presenting their new numbers, Google has pushed out their new Privacy Policy. It goes on air at March 1st and you agree to it, if you use any Google services after that date. Just watch the Google Video, it explains, what they want from you, and

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Apple pays Google 17.9 Million for Adwords

Ausgestellt am 24. Januar 2012 vom in Apple, geeky, Google

  WTF? Apple pays 17,9 Millionen Dollar to Google? Why? Do they buy Google shares? Or patent fees? Or does every Apple employee now get a G+ Account? Or do they buy Android phones? No,no, no need to panic. The Team over at worldstream.com has made a really nice grafic of the Google RevenueS of 2011: Number

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New Samsung Anti Apple commercials

Ausgestellt am 24. Januar 2012 vom in Android, geeky, Google

  Apple fans just survived the one Anti Apple commercial. And guess what? Samsung has more. They just released two more ads. Again they target Apple iPhone owners and Apple fanboys. They show a Siri alternative and make fun (again) about the Apple Store campers. But watch for yourself: Type with your voice: Urban camping:

 
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Starting my Samsung Galaxy Nexus for the first time

Ausgestellt am 24. Januar 2012 vom in geeky, Google, Smartphone

  Here we go, the next Galaxy Nexus (GNX as pro say) video is online. It looks great and Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich is fun. Getting the battery in and closing it up again was a little bit tricky. But look for yourself:

 
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Samsung Nexus with Android 4.0 Ice Cream unboxing

  My new Android Phone has arrived. It is the new Google flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. First impression? Boy, is this phone big and thin at the same time. I really have to get used to that. The price was 448,- Euros in the Amazon warehouse deal section. Condition is great. I already made

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Google Music Update 4.1.512

Ausgestellt am 24. Januar 2012 vom in App, geeky, Google

  The Google Music service is known well. Actually, only available in the U.S., but if you register with an U.S. IP address, you can then use the service worldwide without any problems. I myself keep my entire iTunes library with Google Music, because better safe than sorry. Even though I can not download the songs again, I see it as an additional backup. I know I can download a couple of songs and albums on an Android device and a browser addon let me

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