How to Use Android Nougat’s Split-Screen Mode by How-To Geek
It’s amazing it’s taken this long, but Android 7.0 Nougat finally has the ability to run two apps on the screen at the same time.
Google is starting to roll out the latest version of Android. If you have a Nexus device, you can grab the update now. While many of the biggest improvements – like longer battery life, better security updates and VR-ready features – won't be..
The final version of Android Nougat was released yesterday and will roll out to devices over the following days. But you don't need to wait: here's how to get Android N now. How to install Android Nougat on Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus …
Android 7.0 Nougat: 11 tips and tricks by The Guardian
How to get the best out of the new Android 7.0 Nougat and what to look forward to when it arrives on your phone. Photograph: Samuel Gibbs for the Guardian.
If you have Android 7.0 Nougat on your phone or tablet, you can start collecting all sorts of cats right meow! In lieu of a surprise game tucked away in the Settings menu of the past two major Android builds, Google's Easter Egg this time involves …
The Best New Features in Android 7.0 “Nougat” bt How-To-Geek
Android 7.0 Nougat is finally here, and Nexus users will start getting the updates very soon. Here are the coolest features in the latest version of Android.
Right now, the update should be rolling out to the Nexus 6, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, and Nexus 9…
Android 7.0 Nougat is another feature-refining build for the OS, with lots of little tweaks and optimizations throughout. Google covered a lot of the big features when it announced Nougat(then called “Andorid N”), but today we’re going to highlight a handful of features that you may not have already heard about.
Astronomy Lovers Have Something Big to Look Forward to in Exactly One Year by mystateline.com
A total solar eclipse will occur exactly one year from today!
If you are a fan of astronomy, or if you simply have an interest in what goes on in the skies, this bit of information may be very exciting.
That's because a total solar eclipse is set to occur on "Eclipse Day," or Monday, August 21st, 2017. It is set to be "the most epic solar eclipse in 99 years."
From its not so humble beginnings as a non-prank released on April Fool's Day in 2004 to its billion-plus users today, Google’s illustrious email offering has proven indispensable for most of us.
And sure, you may use it all day, every day, but are you really getting the most out of it? Here are 25 tips, tricks, and time-savers for even the most seasoned of Gmail pros.
Block Bothersome Bullies
Some people can’t just take a hint. Thankfully, you can block any person—or anything—from contacting you ever again with a couple quick clicks. When you get a message from someone you’d like to blacklist, click the down arrow in the upper-right corner of the message and select the "Block" option. Any messages sent from the offending address in the future will end up right in the spam folder.
The phrase “scanning documents” used to mean spending a silly amount of time in front of a bulky machine, waiting for it to take a physical piece of paper and make it digital. But this is the mobile age, where nearly anything can be done with a phone. And scanning text-searchable documents is stupid easy with little more than your phone’s camera.
Android M vs Android N: What has changed? by AndroidGuys.com
Announced in May at Google I/O, Android 7.0 Nougat brings with it a slew of updates and improvements to Android 6.0 Marshmallow. Android Marshmallow itself brought great features to Android. Android Nougat brings Android to another level. Let’s dive into each flavor of Android to see the changes that Marshmallow brought, and compare them to the big changes coming in Nougat.
This is a list of commands that you can ask Google's voice assistant. by Kristijan Ristovski
Annoyed by the fact that every once in a while a new "complete list of google now commands" appears online, i decided to create this project.
After few days of research i found an extensive list of over 150 commands and 1000+ variations. I'll try to keep it up to date, and in v2 i'll add an easy way for the community to contribute.
14 Google Maps tips and tricks by CNET
Google Maps is pretty straightforward. Search for a place, get directions and navigate. But if you dig beneath the surface, there are many overlooked and useful features that can help you navigate like a pro.
If you use Google Maps on your phone, a lot has changed recently — especially so over the last few weeks. There are lots of new features that are easy to miss and make navigating a lot more efficient, like these keyboard shortcuts.
How To: Make Project Fi Your Wireless And Voice Service When Traveling by WinSuperSite.com
After two weeks in Europe with Project Fi, I don’t want to turn the service off.
I probably will, because I use a family plan with one of the “big four” carriers (AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile and Verizon) and have no need for another line of service. But I’m sold on how Project Fi handles wireless connectivity abroad, and believe this is the model for other carriers to follow. It’s transparent, simple, and is way better than the ridiculous international plans offered by others.
Google is making its Maps app more accessible to users in emerging markets with two nifty features for the Android version of the service.
The company today announced a Wi-Fi-only option for the Google Maps app for Android —it began testing the feature last month — and it also added support for SD card data download.
The two features might not seem like a huge introduction, but this is a big deal for people who own a budget smartphone with limited internal storage and have a pre-paid or limited data plan.
How to Find and Remove Malware With Windows Defender Offline by How-To-Geek
This tool is called “Windows Defender Offline” because it scans when Windows isn’t running. Rather than attempting to run from within Windows and scan your computer while Windows is running–and malware could be running in the background–it restarts your computer into a clean environment and scans from outside of Windows.
Google Maps has been available for more than 10 years now, and since its launch, a huge swatch of features and functions have been added to the service. Are you sure you know all of them? Here are our favorite tips and tricks for getting more out of Google’s mapping service.
Unless You Hate Money and/or Yourself, You Should Sign Up for Project Fi by New York Magazine
Started as an invite-only service in 2015, before being offered to the general public in early 2016, Project Fi's network switches on the fly between T-Mobile, Sprint, and U.S Cellular.
Use this tool to install a clean copy of the most recent version of Windows 10 Home or Windows 10 Pro, and remove apps that you installed or came pre-installed on your PC. You’ll have the option to keep your personal files.
Download and run the media creation tool to get started. For more information on how to use the tool, see the instructions below.
What’s New in Windows 10’s Anniversary Update by How-To-Geek
Windows 10’s second big update, dubbed the “Anniversary Update”, arrives on August 2, 2016. This is a huge update that touches every corner of the operating system. It includes many, many more changes than the November update did.
Windows 10 Media Creation Tool
Get Media Creation Tool for Windows 10 at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10
Everything is once again right in the Windows 10 November Update upgrade.
How to get the Windows 10 anniversary update
If you can't wait for Microsoft to offer the update for your device, you can get a copy through the media creation tool.
- Ensure you've got sufficient data storage available on your device, USB stick, DVD or external drive – at least 4GB of space
- Use the media creation tool to download Windows – selecting the 32-bit or 64-bit download tool from here. You will require 64 bytes if you have more than 4GB of RAM on your device
- Choose between Upgrade this PC now or Create installation media for another PC
- To create installation media, select the language, edition and CPU architecture (32/64 bytes)
- Choose between saving the media to a bootable USB flash drive or ISO file. Generally the ISO is more versatile because it can be later used to create a USB or DVD
- Once the ISO image has been downloaded, it can be burned to a DVD or USB
- Boot up the software, and select your desired language and regional options. Select Install Now
- Either enter your serial number or press Skip
- Choose between making a system upgrade or to install freshly
- Select the first primary partition and select Next to install Windows
- Enter your serial number and select I'll do this later, and create your account details. After it is fully installed, you're ready to use Windows 10
‘Training for Google Apps’ Is One Of Chrome’s Best Kept Secrets by OMG! Chrome!
Do you ever start using a Google service and feel like you really don’t know how to use it properly?
I feel that way quite often with Google Docs and Google Calendar. It’s not that I don’t know how to use them – I don’t know how to use each feature and option like a nimble productivity ninja!
If you sometimes feel the same I definitely recommend you check out ‘Training for Google Apps’.
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I use this LED bulb with built in HF motion sensor and light sensor in my front porch light, it works perfectly even with the heavy glass cover on my porch light.
- Easy installation, just screw in the socket, enjoy a motion sensor light.
- Intelligent built in motion sensor, automatic on when object moves, off in 30 seconds after last movement.
- Built in light sensor, respond to light level, when the light around the bulb is bright enough, it doesn't shine even though someone moves into induction range.
- Detects movement up to 5m distance.
There are two motion detection technologies used in LED bulbs.
Passive infrared (PIR)
Passive infrared sensors are sensitive to a person's skin temperature through emitted black body radiation at mid-infrared wavelengths, in contrast to background objects at room temperature. No energy is emitted from the sensor, thus the name "passive infrared" (PIR).
These detect motion through the principle of Doppler radar, and are similar to a radar speed gun. A continuous wave of microwaveradiation is emitted, and phase shifts in the reflected microwaves due to motion of an object toward (or away from) the receiver, this turns the light on.