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constant crashingview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – So started today while browsing on chrome my phone will randomly crash anyone else experience this running 4.2.2 model 1905 Australia. Or anyone experienced this previously. I want to factory reset but unsure what ill loose doing so Posted via Android Central App (HowTos)

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DD-WRT Optwareview story

http://forums.anandtech.com – I am reading about installing Optware into a router and have read that if I want to modify the Asiablock IP addresses I need to use VI editor. What is VI editor and how do I use it? This is what I'm reading. http://www.dd-wrt.com/wiki/index.php...etting_Started I'm a Linux noob. Here is the relevant info I read that doesn't explain how to use VI. It just says search the Internet. (Hardware)

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Kantar: Android Takes 65% Of Sales Across Major Markets; Windows Phone Grows By Tapping Dumbphone Usersview story

http://techcrunch.com – The latest smartphone sales figures are out today from Kantar WorldPanel Comtech, and in case you needed one more metric to underscore the topline trend that’s been the case for years, the WPP market-research analysts are giving it to you: led by Samsung, Android accounted for 65% of all smartphone sales in the nine influential smartphone markets in the world (UK, Germany, France, Italy, Spa (IT news)

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LXer: They don't recognise us as HUMAN: Disability groups want CAPTCHAs killedview story

http://www.linuxquestions.org – Published at LXer: The Australian Communications Consumer Action Network (ACCAN), Blind Citizens Australia, Media Access Australia, Able Australia and the Australian Deafblind Council have banded together to campaign for the demise of the CAPTCHA. CAPTCHA squiggles are often frustrating for able-bodied folks, never mind those with less-than-stellar hearing or sight. Read More... (HowTos)

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The Iconic Picks Up A $26M Round To Build Out Online Fashion In Australia, As Rocket Internet's Global March Continuesview story

http://techcrunch.com – Rocket Internet, the incubator run by Berlin’s Samwer brothers, has picked up hundreds of millions of dollars ($837 million, in fact) in funding this year for its e-commerce startups, with much of that focused on emerging markets, but today comes news of another significant investment for a far-flung part of the developed world. (IT news)

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Second Life Maker Linden Lab Buys Desura For Games Distribution, Plans To Keep It Openview story

http://techcrunch.com – Linden Lab is continuing with its mini-acquisition spree in gaming: it has just announced that it is buying Desura, a Australia-based digital distribution service for PC gamers. Terms of the acquisition were not disclosed, but it follows on from the company’s acquisition of LittleTextPeople in February 2012 and Blocksworld in January of this year. (IT news)

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Raspberry Pi makes wardriving coolerview story

http://www.linuxandlife.com – Wardriving is the act of searching for Wifi networks by a someone on a vehicle, using a laptop, smartphone or personal digital assistant. (Distributions)

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Boot troubles.view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – First time poster, not very long lurker. I have a Samsung Galaxy S3 GT-I9300T from Vodafone in Australia. I rooted the phone around 2 months ago using Odin. (HowTos)

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50M Matches Strong, Hot Mobile Dating App Tinder Is Ready To Go Global, And Move Beyond Flirtingview story

http://techcrunch.com – Digital dating is nothing to scoff at; it’s a big business, and it’s changed a lot of lives — mostly for the better. Yet, while dating has seen enormous progress during the Digital Era, there’s still a lot garbage out there, and the space is still mostly dominated by a handful of old names. (IT news)

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CrowdOptic Raises Another $1M To Build Experiences Based On Where Your Phone Is Pointingview story

http://techcrunch.com – CrowdOptic, a startup with technology for identifying where people are pointing their smartphone cameras, has raised another $1 million in funding. When I’ve spoken to the team in the past, they’ve emphasized the ways this could be used to create new types of social interactions — if people are attending a live event and pointing their cameras at the same thing, they can start chatting (IT news)