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Dropbox 1.7.9 Dev for Linux Improves the Notification Systemview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Dropbox, a client for an online service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere, no matter the platform, is now at version 1.7.9. Dropbox 1.7.9 is an experimental version and is way ahead of the stable branch. (IT news)

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How to backup apps and app data on your rooted or non-rooted Android phone or tabletview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – We’ve all been in a situation before where we needed to either factory reset our phone, send it in for a warranty replacement, etc. Not a big deal by itself, but you’ve got 3 stars on 80% of Angry Birds levels, and who would want to lose that accomplishment? You want to be able to keep that data forever. (IT news)

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How to decipher network certification reportview story

http://serverfault.com – I'm wondering if I can get some tips on deciphering my network certification report, and what would be some "next steps" to get the network to pass. I'm the person in charge of this network, but I'm not totally up to speed on how to fix the items in the report. https://www.dropbox.com/s/q4fltyebg9ltwxn/Rock%20Pointe%20Bearspaw.pdf (HowTos)

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Haiku Deck 2.0 Brings Charts, Graphs And Lists To Its Super Simple iPad Presentation Toolview story

http://techcrunch.com – Office for iPad is a long-standing rumor that frankly becomes less interesting to me with every day that passes, thanks in large part to great third-party apps like Haiku Deck that are stepping up to take advantage of Microsoft’s waffling on the matter. (IT news)

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Longtime iPhone and Blackberry User review of Nexus 4view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – I switched to the N4 9 days ago from an iPhone 5 and wanted to share my experiences and thoughts on the two platforms in case there are others contemplating a similar switch. I've been very pleased so far. Im not a huge tech nerd... just an average joe trying to post some experiences for other average joes contemplating making the jump. I tend to switch phones a lot... (HowTos)

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Sneak Preview I: openSUSE 12.3 for Desktop Usersview story

http://news.opensuse.org – In less than two weeks, openSUSE 12.3 will be on your doorstep. Or rather, on the mirrors, ready for use. If you are curious to know what is coming, this first sneak preview is for you! We’ll talk about what’s new on the desktop: GNOME, KDE, XFCE and Enlightenment as well as the applications. Enjoy! The desktops Let’s start with the desktops. (Distributions)

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how do you share stuff with family/friends - do you facebook-Pinterestview story

http://crunchbang.org – yeah I have a dropbox and spideroak account but that still causes difficulty for some family members!I really dislike Fbook - theres got to be something else that I can get them to use or maybe not (HowTos)

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[APP][2.3+] QuickSettings 1.2.6.1 - JellyBean toggles for everyone!view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Hey guys! MYDROID DEVELOPMENT presents: QuickSettings! Android 4.2 QuickSettings, but better Download on the Play Store Download on Dropbox RECENT CHANGES Code: #v1.2.5 • [PRO] Gesture launching • 1 Custom toggle available for non PRO (previous was 0) • 4.2 notification • Re-add DIM toggle • simple Toggle layout settings • Option for fullscreen • Bugfixes • Stability fixes All su (HowTos)

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Dropbox 1.7.7 Dev for Linux Fixes System Notificationsview story

http://news.softpedia.com – Dropbox , a client for an online service that lets you bring all your photos, docs, and videos anywhere, no matter the platform, is now at version 1.7.7. Dropbox 1.7.7 is an experimental version and is way ahead of the stable branch. It brings a lot of new features, but keep in mind that not all of them will make it into the final version. (IT news)

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There is a reason for no removable SD card, copied from another articleview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – For those who might have missed this article by Jerry, Thank Him Google still supports removable storage in Android, but it is leading by example and providing phones (and now a tablet) with one big block of storage that users can use for anything they like -- be it media, documents, or apps. There are a couple of side benefits to this approach as well. (HowTos)