Is mobile development harder then others?view story

http://android.stackexchange.com – I find myself a pretty decent programmer (Java, C#,Swift,HTML,CSS,Javascript[jQuery,node.js]). I've jumped right into web development and learned more about how to send and receive data using things such as ajax. But when it comes to phone development I feel like i completely fall. I've tried developing apps using Java for Android and Swift for iOS. (HowTos)

60MBps download and 10MBps upload, but can't watch Youtube in 144pview story

http://www.overclock.net –  "Hey Networking guys! Recently, I have been unable to watch Youtube videos at any..." (Hardware)

HW graphics acceleration working with Unity, but not Gnome-Shellview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hello, I did a fresh install of 14.10 yesterday on my desktop system which has an Intel Haswell i7-4790K processor with HD4600 graphics. (Hardware)

Facebook Launches Pseudonymous App “Rooms” That Lets You Create Forums About Any Topicview story

http://techcrunch.com –  It’s not quite anonymous, but forums standalone app Rooms is Facebook’s first product that allows you to ditch your real name. Rooms lets you set up a mobile-only in-app discussion space about any topic, customize the look and moderation settings, set a screen name for the room, and choose who to invite to share text, photos, videos, and comments with others in the Room. (IT news)

StumbleUpon’s 5by Relaunches As An App For Chatting About Online Videos With Friendsview story

http://techcrunch.com –  5by, the video recommendation startup that became StumbleUpon’s first acquisition last fall, is relaunching its mobile apps for iOS and Android today with a slightly different focus: instead of only helping users find online videos that match their mood, 5by’s new apps are meant to encourage users to seek out videos for themselves, get a head’s up about the next viral&helli (IT news)

[ubuntu] Trying to find a viable storage solution for my Ubuntu/Windows dual bootview story

http://ubuntuforums.org – Hey guys; Trying to find a viable storage solution for my Ubuntu/Windows dual boot. I have: 120gb SSD 1tb HDD 60gb SSD I plan to run Ubuntu for software and web development and Windows for gaming and Netflix, but I would like to also do some development on Windows. (Hardware)

Sneak Peek into GNOME on openSUSE 13.2view story

https://news.opensuse.org – openSUSE 13.2 comes with the latest and greatest that the GNOME desktop has to offer — GNOME 3.14. At the time of the release 13.2 offers GNOME 3.14.1, which improves upon the user-experience of GNOME 3.10, that came with openSUSE 13.1, several notches, featuring notably a much improved gnome-shell with pretty-but-subtle animations and multi-touch gestures for the first time. (Distributions)

Can I put an extra NFC antenna inside Nexus 7 to boost NFC reception?view story

http://android.stackexchange.com – I am having trouble with the NFC functionality on the Nexus 7 and I think it's due to my case thickness; I have seen videos of external NFC antenna being put inside Samsung devices. Does anyone if my NFC strength will increase if I put an external NFC between my case and the back? If so, what brands/products will you recommend? (HowTos)

FS: V1 Radar Detector, Sony RX100, other stuffview story

http://hardforum.com – Valentine 1 radar I have forsale a Valentine 1 radar detector. This unit is around 2 years old. It has the latest software as seen per the site below. This has been my pride and joy radar detector and has been great. It has just sat around not being used for the last year, and I don’t need it anymore. (Hardware)

Bango Inks Global Samsung Deal To Power Carrier Billing In Galaxy Apps Storeview story

http://techcrunch.com –  One more deal in the bag for Bango, the UK-based startup that enables carrier billing services for mobile users: it has signed an agreement with Samsung for the handset giant to preload its services on to all Samsung devices running the Samsung Galaxy Apps store — letting consumers charge games, e-books, music and videos directly to their mobile phone bills or deduct them from their&he (IT news)