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That’s a wrap. Catch up with everything you missed during today’s keynote: #io15
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oh wow

Screens covering 270 degrees in the keynote area.

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The singer - whose hits include Karma Police and No Surprises - inexplicably appears on Marital and Sexual Problems in Men, which promises to help 'sexual problems between couples'.

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Well this is fun -- didn't realize Radiohead had done these live basement studio recordings of their albums! Here's "In Rainbows," and there are others too:

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Watch @jzemlin discuss The State of Linux in his #LinuxCon + #CloudOpen keynote from yesterday.

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Maryam Mirzakhani, the first female winner of Fields Medal

Often described as the "mathematician's Nobel Prize", the Fields Medal has never been won by a female mathematician since it was established in 1936. Until now.

"A native of Iran, Maryam Mirzakhani is at Stanford University in California. She won for her work on “the dynamics and geometry of Riemann surfaces and their moduli spaces.”

“Perhaps Maryam's most important achievement is her work on dynamics,” says Curtis McMullen of Harvard University. Many natural problems in dynamics, such as the three-body problem of celestial mechanics (for example, interactions of the Sun, the Moon and Earth), have no exact mathematical solution. Mirzakhani found that in dynamical systems evolving in ways that twist and stretch their shape, the systems' trajectories “are tightly constrained to follow algebraic laws”, says McMullen


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Robert T. Best originally shared to io15:
Here is the direct +YouTube​ link to watch the Keynote at #io15 
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We’re all set up and ready to go -- see you tomorrow! #io15
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A #Lollipop with that, sir ?

As you know, +Android *5.0* more known under the name of #Lollipop begins to be deployed on our devices from today, November 3 in the next few hours ! Is this not a good news? :-)

The good practices to know
To receive automatically the OTA update, you need to have an unmodified software device.
The update is completely random, do not waste your time to click on the search for update button, is unnecessary. 
Indeed, the frequency of research to find out if an update is available alternates between 2 and 5 hours depending on the product and the manufacturer.
Just be patient.

Bad practices
Clear the data from Google Services Framework is a very bad idea.
Indeed, each device via this process, is identified by an ID system generated based on the date of construction, the mobile operator, the first launch of the device and in fact the brand and model of the phone.
By removing this process, theoretically you move your device at the end of the list of the deployment, which will slow the arrival of the update.

Device compatible for the update
Owners of the Nexus devices range start from #Nexus4, #Nexus10, #Nexus7 (2012 and 2013) and of course the #Nexus5 be the first to receive the update. Google Play Edition devices will undoubtedly be the second to receive the update.
(The list below is subject to change, please refer to the manufacturer's website to make sure that your device is compatible)

Google Play :
Moto G, HTC One M8, Samsung Galaxy S4, HTC One (M7), Sony Z Ultra and the LG G Pad 8.3 
Samsung :
All 2014 devices.
Motorola :
#MotoX, #MotoG (original and 4G), #MotoE, #DroidUltra, #DroidMaxx and #DroidMini.
LG :
#LGGPro, #LGG2 (original and pro) , #LGG3 and G Pad 8.3
Sony :
All the Z range.
HTC One (M7 and M8), Mini and Mini 2

Stay tuned for a post surprise about Android 5.0 will follow this week! :-)
#Android #Lollipop #MarcTips
Originally from +GooSphere in french.

To know more about android :
We also have a Nexus helpcenter :

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A product of NASA’s second group of astronauts known as the ‘New Nine’, Charles ‘Peter’ Conrad, Jr. first got his start as an astronaut in September of 1962. Well regarded for his skills as a pilot, it was not long before Conrad was assigned a Gemini mission as pilot of Gemini 5, alongside Commander Gordon Cooper. Interestingly enough, the support crew included two familiar names - Neil Armstrong and Buzz Aldrin. As part of the Gemini 5 team, Conrad and Cooper set an eight-day space endurance record surpassing the then-current Russian record of five days.

In the four years following this spaceflight, Conrad would see himself selected as not only Commander of Gemini 11, but also Commander of Apollo 12 alongside Command Module Pilot, Dick Gordon, and Lunar Module Pilot, Alan Bean. As many have noted, the launch was arguably the most distressing of the Apollo program as both power and guidance in the command module were temporarily knocked out following a series of lightning strikes shortly after liftoff.

There have been many memorable sound bites from astronauts stepping down onto the lunar surface for the very first time, however few top that of Commander Pete Conrad when he became the 3rd person to walk on the Moon. In a $500 bet made with Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci to prove that NASA did not script astronaut comments, Conrad spoke the words included on this post’s accompanying image.

Conrad's last mission was as commander of Skylab 2 in 1973, the first crew to board the Skylab space station. Sadly, on July 8, 1999, shortly after his 69th birthday and 26 years after his retirement from NASA, he would pass away from injuries sustained in a motorcycling accident.

Honor Pete Conrad’s legacy by writing Congress and telling them to increase NASA's budget:

Read more about Pete Conrad:

#Penny4NASA #NASA #Apollo #Apollo12 #Astronaut #Space
Computer Engineer - #Linux - #Freedom Lover! and Astronomer.
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