Roughly 1600 feet needs to be covered, plus fast speeds for games and such.
Is this the route to go? What router do you have, ?
Best Bluetooth meat thermometer?
Does anyone know if Instagram works with this? It didn't when I last was on N, but with the new update, I'm curious.
I've seen this timer be very useful to other folks in the teaching field, but I'd love to use my phone instead of my iPad, if I can.
Does anyone know if there's an equivalent app on Android?
I took the plunge and got an Shield TV, and let me say, I really dig it. It's fast, has a great layout, and doesn't look too shabby in the entertainment center.
However, when I use the voice search, I can't get it to search Hulu, despite having the app installed and being logged in.
Is there something I'm missing, maybe a feature I need to enable? And what's up with no Netflix voice support?
Any Shield users out there who know how to get this rocking? Thanks!
So, I want to run a Ghost blog, but it says I need node.js and providers providing that service are pretty small, but is one and they seem pretty nice and affordable.
However, they said I need to do some business with nginx and blahblah, they sent me a link, but I don't understand any of it, cause I'm noob.
Anyway, any Linux people out there make sense of it? I'm very curious (and excited), but I know I'll be spending all weekend trying to make this work.
Links are here:
Any and all help is appreciated! Thanks, Google+!
Hello, everyone! Been a while since I've posted, but I figure y'all are the most knowledgeable about Google Fit.
Alittle about my wearable/tracking apps: I used to be a Fitbit person, way back in the days of the little clip that you put in your pocket, but haven't used Fitbit in quite some time.
Currently, I'm using a combination of Endomondo, Lose It, Withings, and Google Fit to track calories burned/consumed, weight, and exercise.
I was wondering what the best wearable would be to perhaps track steps during the day (to loop into my other metrics) that can sync into Google Fit.
I know Withings themselves have a little wearable deal, I just didn't know if that was the best.
I've looked at the various Android Wear watches, but even the 'sportiest' one, the Moto 360 Sport, is a whopping $300! That's pretty steep, especially considering it's reviews are pretty lukewarm.
At any rate, just looking to add another (and final?) piece to my cobbled together fitness tracking system and was hoping y'all could suggest what would best fit.
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