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How to open native Facebook app and determine the text a user should/could postview story

http://stackoverflow.com – I know from here that when I put a fb://... link on my website it opens the native Facebook App (on iPhone and even on Android). But how is it possible to put some parameters to this link? I want to make a share button, with a text/title/image. The user should be able to review it, but when he is lazy he should also be able just to press "Post it". (HowTos)

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Sager Gaming Laptop/ iPhone 5 ATTview story

http://hardforum.com – Hey Selling a used gaming laptop and looking to trade my iphone 5 Both items located in Philadelphia PA iPhone is white, 16gb, ATT, includes original box/cable/charger. No headphones Phone was just replaced under warranty (month ago) so it's basically brand new. Looking for a 32gb iphone 5 for ATT- will obv add cash if you don't need the space on your phone! Laptop is for sale. (Hardware)

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iPhone 3GS 8GB AT&Tview story

http://hardforum.com – Hey all, I have a very nice 3GS up for grabs. The phone is in very nice cosmetic condition with very little wear. It comes with a Otter Box case (has a crack) and a third party cable and power adapter. The phone has been upgraded to IOS 6.1.3 and is all set to go. Looking to get $85 shipped or willing to trade for a i5/i7 chip (plus cash if need be). If you have any questions please ask. (Hardware)

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New App Lets You Unlock Your Mac By Knocking On Your iPhoneview story

http://techcrunch.com – Can your mobile phone become a replacement for manually typing in a password? That's the promise of a new application called Knock, launching today, which uses an iPhone paired with a Mac desktop or laptop computer to log you in to your locked machine. (IT news)

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Galaxy Note 3 review: Still the king of phabletsview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – It was two years ago when Samsung unveiled the very first Galaxy Note, which ended up starting the phablet craze. However, it wasn’t just about the “size” of the Note, it was the functionality with the S Pen, something many manufacturers fail to offer with their own phablets. The world thought the stylus was gone forever, but Samsung brought it back from the dead. (IT news)

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Transfer music from iPhone to iTunes on Ubuntu serverview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – As a complete newbee... my wife buys music and audio books on iTunes on her iPhone. She would like to put the music on our home server that runs Ubuntu and samba. We we have a labtop (MacBook) that have connection to the home server. (Hardware)

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WiFi Hotspot Complains "No secrets were provided" After 13.04 -> 13.10 Upgradeview story

http://www.kubuntuforums.net – I set up my laptop to work as a hotspot for my iPhone in 13.04, which worked just fine. Today, after upgrading to 13.10, it no longer works. I set it up for a manual connection, because I didn't want it on all the time. I'd click the connection in Network Manager, enter my password for the KDE Password Manager, and it would come up with no problem. That doesn't happen now. (HowTos)

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Camera focus problem on videoview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Hi, I have recently replaced my iphone 5 with HTC one. I must be doing something wrong cause the video is very disappointing. The focus really jumps, almost every time I pan, but sometimes on regular video (without me moving, maybe due to mild movement of the object). I have to say that the video focusing of the Iphone 5 was amazingly steady. (HowTos)

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Nexus 5 to sport a nano SIM card slotview story

http://www.talkandroid.com – Apple has already adopted it, and Motorola is now all in, so why not Google? It appears Google is going to adopt the nano SIM size for the Nexus 5. A Ukrainian carrier called life :) states on their disclaimer page, “Planning to buy iPhone 5S, iPhone 5c, Nexus 5 or smartphone with Android 4.4? (IT news)

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Apple Swipe Keyboard Patent Shows Cupertino Knows Typing On iOS Is “Tedious”view story

http://techcrunch.com – Apple’s iPhone needs a much smarter keyboard. I’ve said it before, but here’s evidence Cupertino itself realises that hen-pecking individual letters is a “tedious task”. (IT news)