Even big companies have to pivot. American Express’ digital wallet platform Serve, which began its life as something of a PayPal competitor online, before signing deals with operators for some sort of mobile play, is today returning to something the company knows best: plastic cards.
Does anyone have experience using a real camera with an EyeFi SDcard and then automatically transferring those pictures to their Android phone?
Here is the feature I plan to use, directly taken from an EyeFi ad:
"If you are not near one of your designated wireless networks, the Eye-Fi card will create its own Wi-Fi network on the fly...capture those amazing views and instantly transfer them
so I have an old toshiba laptop (which used to be windows vista but I upgraded it to windows 7) and it is core2duo and the wireless card is intel(R) wireless wifi link 4965agn, which works really well.
I bought a new laptop recently which is made by lenovo, windows 8 touch screen, 8GB RAM and i7. However, the wireless card SUCKS. It can't connect to anything at all.
Hi, I apologize if this may be kind of a dumb question; I have two video cards; an ATI and an NVIDIA card; My question is fairly basic; X11 aside, should I be able to plug both video cards in and get the 'console' to display by default out of both cards? Do I have to do anything special to setup the second card for console (i.e non-X)? I know the OS is detec
I read fairly recently that google wallet now accepted debit cards along with credit cards.
I really don't want my credit card linked as I have a debit card I use specifically for online purchasing and such.
I prefer to be able to transfer a set amount into the account and know I can't eat away at my credit card.
So I wanted to buy something from the play store today so tried to setup my deb
Photo and personal publishing company Shutterfly is continuing to refresh its mobile products with today’s relaunch of its Treat application for iOS, which follows the December overhaul of the company’s flagship app for photo gifts and prints.
I suspect the answer is "just doesn't work", but it seems odd to me.
My laptop's card reader works fine for SD cards but completely ignores xD cards: when you plug in an xD card there is nothing in syslog; nothing pops up in nautilus. The same xD card + reader works fine in Windows.
Anyone know whether this is just an unsupported thing?