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+Trey Ratcliff​ has some awesome work, makes sense he's gotten so many followers and views.
 
Thanks for the 100 Billion Views here on G+! Y'all have been just incredible, and I really appreciate it.

Here's a photo I just took at sunset in the amazing White Sands of New Mexico. Just absolutely incredible there... never seen anything like this landscape... it was soft and fluffy, like warm snow that never melts.  Now we're getting ready for the big Phoenix photo walk this evening.  It's gonna be another hot one... I'll bring an extra shirt I think!

Want to join me in New Zealand for a week on a photo adventure with all expenses paid (plane tickets and everything!)? Join the free photo contest at http://www.viewbug.com/D4B6  
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Wish more places would consider doing this. It would cause the telecom industry to reduce ridiculous pricing and upgrade their own infrastructure to compete.
 
Salisbury’s new service shows how city governments are leading the way when it comes to high-speed Internet connections.
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I feel like a +Huawei​ nexus would be amazing.

I remember talking to one of their engineers at CES Back in 2011 for an hour or so about what would make a killer device one day.
 
If the fingerprint scanner response of the new Huawei Mate S doesn't make you excited for the possibility (cough) of a Huawei Nexus, we don't know what will.

This thing is FAST. You don't even need Smart Lock when you're using this to secure and unlock your phone.
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It's right below the camera sensor, it will probably be pretty easy for case designers.
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So Skype for Android updated, does anyone actually use Skype on Android these days? 
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+Josh Kimble eh tell me about it, it's a long story, DM if you'd like to hear about it haha.
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Can't wait to see how this turns out, should be a vast improvement over older codecs for sure.
 
Google, Netflix, Microsoft, and Mozilla team up for next-gen video codec

Basically, these companies are looking to make one codec to rule all other codes by incorporating the latest work from Cisco's Thor project, Google's VP9 and VP10 codec work, and Mozilla's Daala initiative.
In a rare moment of cooperation, seven of the technology industry's most prominent software makers have banded together to create a next-generation standard for encoding and decoding video streams....
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Poor Samsung.

Even when they make a watch that is clearly better looking than the Apple thing, and get good reviews for how their bezel works well and is really functional and intuitive, they can't seem to catch a break.

Most of the reviews I've seen tippy-toe around the "better looking than Apple". I think my favorite euphemism so far is that the Gear S2 "compares favorably" with the Apple offerings.
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So the newly updated Google Street view app is pretty nice. It even has photosphere capability even.

I just wish it didn't crash so often on my Note3 running CM12.1

#Android #GoogleStreetView #GoogleMaps
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IT Professional
Skills
Troubleshooting, Networking, Windows Administration, Server Administration, System Building, Help Desk, Desktop Repair, Desktop Maintenance, Server Maintenance, Network Cabling, Call center,
Employment
  • Self Employed
    IT Professional, 2011 - present
    Freelance IT
  • Time Warner Cable
    Tier 3 Tech Specialist, 2011 - 2011
    Hi-speed internet and Digital phone support
  • CEC
    Assistant Tech Manager, 2008 - 2010
    Arcade Game maintenance and repair
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Male
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Friends, Networking
Birthday
March 11, 1989
Relationship
Single
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slayerXcore
Story
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Addicted to Tech, mostly Android and PC, as well as Online Gaming, my opinions are my own if you don't like them go F*ck yourself and have a nice day :)
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computer tech, online gamer, and all around geek

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been using the net since 1996
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Middletown NY, 10940
Previously
Moncton NB, Canada
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Mozilla Relaunches Its Thimble Online Code Editor For Teaching HTML, CSS...
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Back in 2012, Mozilla launched Thimble, an online code editor for teaching the basics of HTML, CSS and JavaScript. Over time, though, things

David Murphy
thewirecutter.com

This modified version of Asus's RT-AC68U is almost as fast as our best router pick. It comes with a few more features and its user interface

Why Is T-Mobile Telling Manufacturers To Remove Band 12 LTE Support From...
www.androidpolice.com

If you're the happy owner of a 2015 Moto E, a pretty solid phone, you may also be a T-Mobile subscriber. You may have also bought the phone

Meet Wileyfox, an 'edgy' new mobile brand powered by Cyanogen - CNET
www.cnet.com

Launching in London today, the new company is set to take on the smartphone market with budget hardware and unusual Android software.

You can use a real paintbrush with Sensel's Morph trackpad
www.engadget.com

Sensel's Morph trackpad is pressure-sensitive enough to use real paintbrushes and pencils. Not only that, but you can also use custom overla

Crash-Proof File System Saves Your Work When Your Computer Dies
gizmodo.com

We all know that gut-wrenching feeling of reloading a program after a crash, only to learn that hours of precious work have vanished into th

[root] Pry-Fi - Android-apps op Google Play
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You are being watched...Retailers, crooks, the government, and others shady individuals are tracking your movements. Even when your Wi-Fi is

Android System WebView – Applications Android sur Google Play
market.android.com

Android Webview est un composant système proposé par Chrome qui permet aux applications Android d'afficher des contenus Web. Ce composant es

Gaming mouse myths busted
www.pcgamer.com

A mouse sensor engineer helps us break down optical vs. laser, wired vs. wireless, and how mouse sensors work.

Three things you should know about USB Type-C - CNET
www.cnet.com

A new standard of USB is coming to market this year, and it's hard to not be impressed with the progress made since the version that was rel

Play Chrome's endless runner game when offline - CNET
www.cnet.com

​Experiencing spotty Internet and looking for a way to pass the time? Google Chrome has a built-in endless runner at the ready.

Easily enlarge images on the Web without clicking - CNET
www.cnet.com

​If you are an avid online shopper, or you just enjoy looking at photos on social media, you should try the Imagus Web browser add-on.

WordPress
market.android.com

WordPress for Android puts the power of publishing in your hands, making it easy to create and consume content. Write, edit, and publish pos

Guide to using Google+ Auto Backup - CNET
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Learn how to enable the Google+ Auto Backup feature, select media size and choose which data connection to use, and where to find your backe

UPS Mobile
market.android.com

UPS Mobile lets you manage your shipments with features for tracking and locations without logging in. You can register with UPS to save you

Hangouts Dialer
market.android.com

Vous pouvez désormais appeler n'importe quel numéro de téléphone dans le monde depuis l'application Hangouts. Téléchargez et installez le té

Online stores now have to ship your orders on time, or else
www.engadget.com

Internet stores can sometimes be far too optimistic about the time it takes to ship your order -- just ask the scores of gift givers whose p

Text your friends even when you don't have service
www.engadget.com

Ever needed to send a message to a friend from the boonies? A company called goTenna has just launched a device that connects to your phone

GM Mosquitos Could Eradicate Wild Populations By Only Producing Male Off...
www.iflscience.com

Over 200 million people are infected by malaria each year, and the majority of the 627,000 deaths per year are children younger than five. T

Weather Underground
market.android.com

COMMUNITY POWERED WEATHER The new Weather Underground Android app provides the world's most accurate hyper-local weather forecasts in additi

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Expensive, buy tickets online for small discount. Takes about 90 minutes to see everything
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Security can be assholes if you aren't a regular place is fun though
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First time here, food was awesome, had the beef burritos wet at the owners suggestion. Would definitely go back the next time I'm in the area.
Food: ExcellentDecor: Very GoodService: Excellent
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