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Feature Requests (Can't respond to all, but will read all!)  - 
 
Is there a psd download I could use to more easily choose a color palette and see how it looks? 
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+Ricky Cadden Ah, sorry no there is not such a thing. All of Pujie Black is rendered on the device so there are no images involved..
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I Found a Bug!  - 
 
So I've noticed that with Drivemode, my music/audio will play/pause/play back and forth quickly about 2-3 minutes after launching.

I'm using it on a fully stock Nexus 5X, auto-launch via Bluetooth connect to a BT speaker (SOL REPUBLIC DECK). Normally, I'll let the app launch, choose a destination from the popup, and then browse to my music app. The same thing happens whether I use Google Play Music or Pocketcasts. It usually resolves itself, but it's really annoying and didn't happen with CarHomeUltra with the exact same setup.
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This is a fascinating bundle. Phone and PC in a box. Amazing. 
Acer's forthcoming Jade Primo will come in a Premium Pack with literally everything you need to turn your phone into a PC.
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I wish there was something like this for Android. ReMix OS would work. 
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I just put ChromeOS on my old ASUS 1000HE, but this would be MUCH better, methinks. 
Earlier this year at CES we saw Remix OS — an Android fork with desktop features that you can load on to pretty much any x86 computer. Now, the company behind Remix OS, Jide, has announced the...
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Yes. For my ASUS 1000HE, I did have to do a standalone install. 

It's still pretty sluggish, but slightly better than Win10 was, and it has 2GB of RAM instead of the original 1GB. 

Side note: that ASUS 1000HE isn't very sleek anymore, but holy cow. Bought the thing in 2009, and have run WinXP, Win7, Win10, Ubuntu, and now ChromeOS on it over the years. Battery still holds ~90% of the original, too. Amazing. 
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Generally speaking, I don't like to encourage Mashable, but I have to commend Tricia Gilbride for the photo choice for this article, along with the opening paragraph:

Things Miley Cyrus is doing in 2016: canoodling with Liam Hemsworth, wishing to be dressed like an adult baby in the rare moments she is not dressed like an adult baby and acting as a key adviser on The Voice
Miley Cyrus will be offering her wisdom as a key adviser on 'The Voice.'
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Funny, I've gone all this time assuming Miley Cyrus was a man. Just always sounded like a man's name and I'd never seen a photo alongside the name.

I'm kind of sad to have lost that ignorance. 
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Been looking at getting into this for a long time now, finally have the funds to bite the bullet, but hoping some here can help me choose:

Option 1: Hubsan H107C with the upgraded cam, plus a 5-pack of spare batteries and a "crash pack" with a 2nd body, bunch of blades, etc.

Option 2: Hubsan H107D

If I go option 1, I get a slightly better camera, and the extras. If I go with option 2, I get FPV capabilities to start with, but I'll be out of funds for "extras" for at least ~6 months.

While I've been playing video games for a while (so I'm familiar with a controller, though I know that doesn't exactly apply here), I have zero experience flying. Eventually, I'd like to get into FPV racing, but I have a ~$130 budget right now, so I was thinking I'd get something to just learn to fly the things first.
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100%
H107D
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Thanks George! I actually wound up going with the Syma X5C, mainly cause it seems more flexible - I can remove the camera while I'm learning to fly (for longer flight times) and then I can easily upgrade to a FPV setup too. Looking forward to digging in. 
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I'd love it if I could press and hold an app in the drawer and have a "hide app" option in the top bar.

I'd also like an easy toggle in the app drawer to temporarily show all apps (even hidden ones) 
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If you want to hide apps you simply hold them, go to edit and uncheck all the boxes 
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Remember when Nokia did this? 
Many people like to do their shopping online, but there's something to be said for going to a brick-and-mortar location and actually seeing something before you...
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Interesting. Any bets on how long it will last? 
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Has anyone purchased one of the 5.8GHz FPV kits for the X5C? I found this one on Amazon, but the reviews are a mixed bag. I like that it's built for our drone, though. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B013HQCK88/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A215PENFG8OL60
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+Ricky Cadden ... check out YouTube. There are quite a few video reviews regarding this set up.
If you're looking to enter the FPV scene, I would think this would be a decent starter package.
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Been looking at getting into quadcopters/drones for a long time now, finally have the funds to bite the bullet, but hoping some here can help me choose:

Option 1: Hubsan H107C with the upgraded cam, plus a 5-pack of spare batteries and a "crash pack" with a 2nd body, bunch of blades, etc.

Option 2: Hubsan H107D

If I go option 1, I get a slightly better camera, and the extras. If I go with option 2, I get FPV capabilities to start with, but I'll be out of funds for "extras" for at least ~6 months.

While I've been playing video games for a while (so I'm familiar with a controller, though I know that doesn't exactly apply here), I have zero experience flying. Eventually, I'd like to get into FPV racing, but I have a ~$130 budget right now, so I was thinking I'd get something to just learn to fly the things first.
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H107D
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I don't have a lot of experience with hubsan, but from what I've read, the build quality and flight controllers aren't as polished as the blade quads are. The better your first bird flies, the faster you'll learn.
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Been looking at getting into this for a long time now, finally have the funds to bite the bullet, but hoping some here can help me choose:

Option 1: Hubsan H107C with the upgraded cam, plus a 5-pack of spare batteries and a "crash pack" with a 2nd body, bunch of blades, etc.

Option 2: Hubsan H107D

If I go option 1, I get a slightly better camera, and the extras. If I go with option 2, I get FPV capabilities to start with, but I'll be out of funds for "extras" for at least ~6 months.

While I've been playing video games for a while (so I'm familiar with a controller, though I know that doesn't exactly apply here), I have zero experience flying. Eventually, I'd like to get into FPV racing, but I have a ~$130 budget right now, so I was thinking I'd get something to just learn to fly the things first.
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H107C + Extras
50%
H107D
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Been looking at getting into this for a long time now, finally have the funds to bite the bullet, but hoping some here can help me choose:

Option 1: Hubsan H107C with the upgraded cam, plus a 5-pack of spare batteries and a "crash pack" with a 2nd body, bunch of blades, etc.

Option 2: Hubsan H107D

If I go option 1, I get a slightly better camera, and the extras. If I go with option 2, I get FPV capabilities to start with, but I'll be out of funds for "extras" for at least ~6 months.

While I've been playing video games for a while (so I'm familiar with a controller, though I know that doesn't exactly apply here), I have zero experience flying. Eventually, I'd like to get into FPV racing, but I have a ~$130 budget right now, so I was thinking I'd get something to just learn to fly the things first.
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Option 1
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Option 2
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Quick Update: further researching, I'm now leaning towards the Syma X5C-1. It's a bit cheaper, and I like that the camera module is removeable, so I can do training flights with a bit more flight time. It also has a 5.8GHz FPV solution that I can add on later for ~$50. 
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Just a dude with a phone, being social with media. I work on TripCase at Sabre, but the views expressed here are my own.
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Ricky Cadden - yeah, it's me.
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Ran my own tech blog for 4 years, have a beautiful daughter, a beautiful wife, and a beautiful dog.
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Community Manager, Blogger
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  • TripCase
    Social & Digital Content Manager, 2014 - present
  • RadioShack
    Senior Manager, Social Media, 2011 - 2014
  • Symbian-Guru.com
    Community Manager, Blogger, Social Media Marketing, 2006 - 2010
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A Very Smart Way to Combine Search and Social
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Child missing for 13 years found after applying to college
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Sprout has rolled out new engagement and reporting features so you can manage Instagram engagement and analyze social efforts from one tool.

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Pages Messaging: New Ways for People and Businesses to Connect
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Starting today people and businesses have more ways to connect through messaging and more tools to manage messaging on Facebook.

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This is the story of how I wrote a Twitter bot to automatically enter contests and ended up winning on average 4 contests per day, every day

Hootsuite rolls out scheduling for Instagram posts, sort of
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Instagram doesn't want to allow you to schedule posts, but social monitoring and posting tool Hootsuite has added a feature that aims to alm

AT&T invents an absurd $15 activation fee for Next customers
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AT&T will soon increase its activation fees for customers on regular postpaid contracts and those new to the carrier's Next upgrade plan. Dr

Brands aren’t your friends, they’re the idiots at the social media party
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Do you know who aren’t your friends? Brands. Repeat it slowly: "Brands are not my friends." Brands are psychopathic constructs, infesting yo

The clever Hotels.com workaround for muted Facebook video ads - Digiday
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Hotels.com has created new video ads that take advantage of the default "mute" of Facebook ads.

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Tax Day is here, and brands are trying to distract you
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I Tried Instagram Automation So That You Won’t
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Earlier this month I tried two Instagram bots. I wouldn’t recommend them or Instagram automation for anyone, especially not brands. Here’s w

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