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AOSP keyboard has a "PC" layout, neat. Not quite as good as Hacker's Keyboard since it lacks many special and modifier keys, but it's not too bad
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#NexusPlayer first world problems.
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I wonder if it reflects anything about me when the AOSP keyboard swipe completed the word ssh before ask.
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Mine thinks "sloop" is a word that I want to use frequently enough to force-correct it.
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+1! At least a part of it (=
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You use GPG/GnuPG to encrypt your mail? Great! We need more of that.
But we also need more people to support Werner Koch's efforts. To keep up the GnuPG development, donate now at https://www.gnupg.org/donate/index.html!

(via +Robert Sander)
Werner Koch's code powers the email encryption programs around the world. If only somebody would pay him for the work.
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Okay, this is annoying me more and more everyday... does anyone know how to disable the ****ing heads-up notifications in Lollipop?

I don't know wtf Google was thinking when they made this.
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My only issue is that swiping them away dismisses the notification. I'd like a gesture that allows you to swipe the notification up to add it to your notification drawer, but dismiss the popup 
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I've had my Nexus 6 for over three weeks. I thought about typing up my thoughts on it but I can't bother myself to write paragraphs about it in general, so here it is: It's great. (and so is CyanogenMod 12!)

Slightly longer review: This might just be the perfectly-sized phone. Not too small, not too big.
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It fits pretty well in my pockets, jeans and jacket both. But I have seen that a lot of people generally have smaller pockets, so it could be an issue. Ultimately there is no way there can be a universal "perfect size", it just happens to be so for me... the bigger screen for reading text and playing games and doing everything, really, is beneficial IMO.
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It seems bizarre to me that the internal storage of mobile devices (phones + tablets) tend to ship with internal storage partitioned between user data and the operating system partitions. Worst of all, the advertised space (eg, 16G, 32G, 64G, etc) is for the total capacity of the chip, while it's not wrong per se, it's misleading. The operating system will usually take up at least 4G or more on its own, just reducing the usable space for users (including music, movies, applications). This could be rectified by simply advertising how much space is partitioned for user data, but it's not ideal.

So here's my thought: Why do these devices ship with only a single storage chip? How much extra cost will it actually be to ship with two instead, one for the system partitions, and one for user data? I'm sure even a 8GB chip is good enough for the system for a long time to come. Both Android and iOS and built on top of Unix, neither one should have any issues whatsoever in partitioning out in this way, and both will benefit when users see that their 32GB devices actually has 32GB available to them.

Ranting over.
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When I first saw Bard, I got confused because I thought he was Orlando.
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There really ought to be a cross-browser sync tool. Chrome and Firefox having syncs that sync only to themselves is kind of annoying. None of the information either one syncs is particularly special: open tabs, history, bookmarks, passwords.
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Woot :) first official nightly!
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Could you pls send a link for that gapps; Thx !
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This is an excellent fan animation :D
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