I'd like to use one of my Android devices (Razr M, Nexus 7) to log ambient temperatures in a room over several hours. So I'm looking for a USB external thermometer and an app to go with it. Any ideas?
on 01/23/2013 – Made popular on 01/23/2013
For a company making a difficult switch from creating software to building hardware, Robocat is making very good early progress. The Danish startup’s Thermodo smartphone thermometer accessory hit its original Kickstarter goal of $35,000 in just seven hours yesterday, and is now at over twice that amount, with pledges still flowing in.
Which is not entirely surprising in Texas this time of year, given that the thermometer twice pinged off of 105F yesterday. Once on the way up, and then several hours later, once more on the way back down. That's just the way it is here in July, August and September. It's also why we have AC units. Blessed be Freon!
We have another leak to throw into the rumor mill. There is no way to tell if this is legit or not, but it sure is interesting. What you are looking at is a Motorola document that specifies Android 4.2.2 as Key Lime Pie and proceeds to show when devices will get the upgrade. As you know, all of them don’t even have Jelly Bean yet.
Over the course of the past day, we have seen Google start to rollout an Android update, first to Nexus 10 devices, then to Nexus 4 devices, and most recently to Nexus 7 devices. The OTA update to version 4.2.1 is probably still in the process of propagating to all device owners.
I just wanted to create a thread to help people who have the nexus and are thinking about switching. I've had my nexus and have been running a custom ROM since day 2, so I have lots of experience with it. My goal is to help people make the right decision using my opinions. Thanks!
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