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)

[Q] Quickpic - need to see numbers for position...view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – Hey guys, I really love this program for gallery, and its the only one, but important, thing, why I am thinking to change it for another... I am studying with screenshots, and need to see at which position I currently am. I mean, I have 1000 screenshots in folder, and need to see, that I am in 566 position, so 566/1000.... It is possible to set somewhere here?? Thanks guys :) (HowTos)

openSUSE 13.1 RC 1 Available: Time to Test!view story

http://news.opensuse.org – It was a dark night, wind howling through the forest… Somewhere far away, a fire was burning and the smell … … Ok, forget that. RC1 is here, so stop watching and start testing! The openSUSE 13.1 release is planned for November. In preparation, we today announce the availability of the first Release Candidate on software.opensuse.org. (Distributions)

[ROM][PORT]uXylon v2.9.5 *Stable & Fast*view story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – uXylon 4.2.2 PORT FOR LG OPTIMUS G E970 Code: I, defcondev, DID NOT develop this ROM. There is an official uXylon build for the Nexus 4. This port uses dvhexers CM10.1 Alternate Kernel, so there is no overclocking at this time. Code: WARNING: Always perform a nandroid backup before flashing anything.                         FL (HowTos)

Qmobile Noir A8 Jelly Bean 4.2.2 romview story

http://forum.xda-developers.com – By grace of Allah we are proud to announce that we have successfully manage to port JellyBean 4.2.2 to Qmobile Noir A8 using Amoi n820 as base and kernal of Russian version. It is not cursed Q version that you get from Q’s centre, but it’s completely optimized version custom built. (HowTos)

[APP]Barcodery - Online bar codes scannerview story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Hello, we have released Barcodery. Its an android app which allows you to scan barcodes and QR codes using your smartphone. Bar codes are synchronized with the server and you can access them easilly through your web browser. It's fast and comfortable. You can download barcodes and export them to your inventory software, e.g. (HowTos)

CLI - Command Line Interface 'Framework'view story

http://forums.fedoraforum.org – Heyas Its not yet done, but its stable/working enough to torture (let) you (play) with it, after working beeing on this for roughly 24 hours straight. You like scripting, but those whom you write the scripts for are afraid of the command line? After more than 2 years 'working' on Script-Tools i've eventually gotten myself a scripted interface framework, which was bound into it. About a year ago (HowTos)

Missing radio after rollback to 4.2.2 from 4.3view story

http://forums.androidcentral.com – Hello, So, the 4.3 OTA update softbricked my Nexus 4 and had it stuck on the x logo like a bunch of other people. (HowTos)

September 2013 Screenshots threadview story

https://bbs.archlinux.org – Barthalion wrote:http://files.bpiotrowski.pl/screenshots/thumbs/2013-09-01.pngVery nice looking. Everyone has very nice looking desktops.  If you don't mind me asking, where do you get your status bar icons from?  Is that dzen?Thanks much. Comfortably_Dumb https://bbs.archlinux.org/profile.php?id=49737 2013-09-03T00:03:16Z (HowTos)

Samsung's Galaxy Gear Smartwatch Takes Shape Ahead Of Sept. 4 Event, Likely Won't Resemble Mini Phoneview story

http://techcrunch.com – The good ship Galaxy Gear smartwatch is springing multiple leaks ahead of its official reveal this Wednesday, Sept. 4, and there are even leaks about previous leaks vying for attention. That said, there’s a lot about the device we can reliably say we know at this point, although what the device looks like probably isn’t one of those things. (IT news)