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Here is a new concept I made: Instagram Experience, a tablet version of Instagram. Please don’t mind the Nexus 10 tablet or the outdated Android version. It's just to show off the experience. I didn't design it with a platform in mind.

More info here: http://goo.gl/AVgL7h 
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You know what, I think Oculus Rift will be obsolete by the time it arrives. Major companies like Samsung and Sony have announced their VR headsets and apparently the HTC Vive is way better than Oculus
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1 billion for +Instagram​ which they already wrote off. 19 billion for +WhatsApp​ which will also be written off within 5 years. 2 billion for this. It will hurt.
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What if I told you this is a Chinese smartwatch?


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The future is all about screens according to Microsoft
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There are beautiful Android Wear watches on the market, with even more coming soon. Also the Apple Watch will go on sale in April and still people are backing the sh*t out of Pebble. 9 million dollars, 30 days to go.

To be honest, in my opinion this looks like a toy that apparently "works with iPhone, Samsung and Android". What does that even mean?
Pebble Technology is raising funds for Pebble Time - Awesome Smartwatch, No Compromises on Kickstarter! Color e-paper smartwatch with up to 7 days of battery and a new timeline interface that highlights what's important in your day.
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2015 HTC One looks almost exactly like last year's model. Galaxy S6 might be the biggest design surprise this year.
Well, look at what we have here. Noted leaker of things, @Upleaks has posted a few more images of the supposed HTC One M9, and they look like the most rece... by Ryan Whitwam in HTC, Leaks, News, Videos
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Wondering if Apple can convince me that I was wrong in September, when the Apple Watch was announced. But as of today, I still have this opinion about smart watches. "Interactions should be quick. If you have to do a lot of things, why not grab your phone? Most things are just easier on a larger display."
“What we didn’t do is take the iPhone and shrink the user interface and strap it on your wrist”
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"Why would I stop pirating movies if they keep making them? apparently they still make enough money, because they have enough to make new ones. And a business that doesn't make money isn't a business." 

This might be a quote or just what I'm thinking, I don't know.
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Mistakes Google made with Google+

The whole "Google is splitting up Google+" news brings some speculation with it and I think Google could (or should) communicate this in a better way. Announce this and tell everything right away or wait until I/O and avoid the confusing situation we're in now

I, for one, do not think changes will be that drastic. Many people aren't using Photos and Hangouts right now, because they're part of Google+ (Hangouts is pretty standalone, yes, but I think it would benefit from a native desktop client). Google just wants more people everywhere and to be honest, I think Photos definitely deserves more users, because it's a great service.

The term "splitting up" is confusing however. Obviously since all Google services are connected, Hangouts and Photos will be just a click away and auto backup is neat, so that won't be going anywhere. It's just that you will be able to use these things outside of the Google+ environment.

If you think about it, Hangouts and Photos are re-branded products. Hangouts once was Google Talk and I think Google failed in delivering a smooth transition from Talk to Hangouts. If I remember correctly, at one point we had Hangouts in Google+ and Talk in Gmail. The name itself was (and is?) confusing, because Hangouts were the video calls. And today there is still a difference in functionality between mobile and desktop versions of the app.

Photos basically is Picasa, but again it's very confusing. Does Picasa still exist or not? The website is still up and you can download the program. I can imagine that people who used and liked Picasa were not very happy when the Picasa web-album URL was redirected to Google+. They don't want to use Google+, they want to use Picasa.

I've been thinking about these things in this way for a while, but now is a good time to share it, I guess.
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+Jose Carvalho Thank you :)
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Say Hello to the Genius Who Stole My Phone...

Sometimes you just have to love technology. After a house move a months back, I couldn't find my HTC One, a phone I had recently wiped and was using as a camera while I tried out a new Cyanogenmod. Thinking it had been misplaced in the move or simply still in a moving box in the shed, I gave up looking for it since I had another phone. When I recently came back to Android I opened up my Google Drive Photos and lo and behold, there's this guy, complete with selfies and pictures of his home, kids, and what I can only assume is his wife. Judging by the company name on his shirt (the moving company I used) it's not hard to see how he wound up with his new phone. But apparently he had not realized it was on auto backup.

The moving company found him and immediately fired him (and I have removed their logo from this picture) but the thief has neglected to return the phone. So say hello to him now.

  #Android   #GoogleDrive #AutoBackup
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Never knew these "Nexus One: The Story" videos existed. Although it's not Thursday yet, I'm throwing back.
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Sometimes I think Chrome forgets its core function: web browsing
Remember when we all switched from Firefox to Chrome? Chrome was stripped down, simple but fast as hell. It was like browsing the web on a whole new computer. These days Chrome is bloated, slow, and constantly crashing on me. I've finally reached the breaking point.
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Good collection, a lot of Dutch and Flemish paintings. Big names like Monet and Van Gogh. It's free so take a look inside if you're around.
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