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Jul 09, 2014 - 10:35 AM - by dgstorm

Google Now is currently the smartest and most responsive voice activated software on the planet, but that doesn't mean it is flawless yet. It still has some learning to do before it can evolve to a higher level of intelligence and take over the world. In the mean-time, on the rare occasions when it doesn't quite get things right, the Google engineers gave it a new feature which gives it another chance to do better.

Now, Google Now lets you say "No, I said... XXXXX" to try again. You simply need to restate what you were trying to do or search for after saying that "No, I said... " line. This word correction feature isn't the only new trick taught to this not-so-old dog. Google Now also lets you...

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Jul 09, 2014 - 10:03 AM - by dgstorm

It's that time again... time to update Flash Player because another new security bug has been found, and it's a doozy. Google engineer, Michele Spagnuolo found a Flash exploit that lets the bad guys to steal cookies and user data using malicious .SWF files. This vulnerability can help hackers “take control” of computers when users visit various sites.

The exploit is called Rosetta Flash, and some of the major companies like Microsoft, Google, Instagram, eBay, Twitter and more have ben scrambling to fix the leak. Of these, Google, Tumblr and Twitter have already dealt with the issue on their sites. Adobe issued a statement and here is a summary from it,

Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Windows and Macintosh and Adobe Flash Player and earlier versions for Linux. These updates address vulnerabilities that could potentially allow an attacker to take control of the affected system.
With so many security flaws, it's amazing the entire web hasn't already dumped Flash in favor of the more secure HTML5. What do you think?

Source: Adobe
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Jul 08, 2014 - 3:40 PM - by dgstorm

Fans of LG's products who were considering picking up an Android tablet of the larger variety will find this news useful. LG just revealed details on their upcoming G Pad 10.1 Android tablet.

Although they didn't reveal pricing details, the device is scheduled to hit this month, and LG typically offers these devices at a fairly affordable price. Here's a quote with the full presser,

SEOUL, July 7, 2014 — LG Electronics (LG) announced today the global launch of the LG G Pad 10.1, its largest tablet in the G Pad series (LG G Pad Series : Product Movie - YouTube). The LG G Pad 10.1 is perfect for on-the-go media consumption as it boasts an expansive, widescreen display powered by an 8,000mAh battery that gives users an immersive multimedia experience and endless hours of entertainment.

The LG G Pad series offers just the right balance of performance, personality and price to fill the gap between entry level and premium tablets. In an effort to give consumers the best experience across its entire portfolio of devices, the new LG G Pad series will come preloaded with the best of the G series’ premium user experience(UX), including a host of features carried over from the LG G3, such as Touch & Shoot, Gesture Shot, Smart Keyboard and Dual Window.

Highlights of the LG G3’s advanced UX features included in the G Pad 10.1 are:

■ Touch & Shoot: Tapping anywhere on the display will focus and activate the shutter in a single step, saving time and that once-in-a-lifetime shot.

■Gesture Shot for Selfies: Simply clenching the free hand into a fist within the shot frame will automatically begin a three-second countdown before snapping the picture for a blur-free photo.

■Smart Keyboard: Reduces input errors by up to 75 percent by tracking and analyzing typing habits and intuitively “knowing” what word the user intended to type.

■Dual Window: Splits the tablet screen and runs two applications at the same time, dragging and dropping content from one window to the other for effortless multitasking.

LG G Pad devices include unique features to deliver easy connectivity and security. LG makes connectivity more convenient with QPair 2.0, which provides seamless convergence between Android-powered tablets and smartphones via a simple Bluetooth connection. With QPair 2.0, users can receive notifications of calls and messages on a smartphone and reply or answer the call directly from the G Pad.

Knock Code™, the popular and acclaimed security feature that combines powering on and unlocking into one quick step, allows up to four users to register their knock patterns so family members can share the same tablet while still being able to keep their data and photos private.

“Consumers use tablets differently from smartphones and we wanted to
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Jul 07, 2014 - 1:46 PM - by Macktion

As you may recall I took a road trip yo do interviews with Game Developers. Presented for your consideration here is the next installment in a continuing series on the Game development process; My interview with Chad Lee of React! Games, makers of Super Dungeon Bros, Dragons Adventure, and re-makers of Archon.

*Once again, these interviews can take quite a bit of time to set up, so don't expect these to come out super frequently, but as quickly as I can have Devs sign on, Ill make more.*
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Jul 02, 2014 - 2:24 PM - by dgstorm

There is evidence that NVIDIA's Shield tablet is coming soon. The Global Certification Forum, which is a group that tests devices for mobile network interoperability, recently listed an entry for a NVIDIA made Shield Tablet with 3G and LTE. On top of the certification they also shared a Tweet in which they referred to it as a “notebook/tablet.” This suggests it might be a hybrid device, like the Asus Transformer series.

Previous leaks regarding this device shared a few details including a Tegra K1 chip, a 2048 x 1536 screen, 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, and a 7MP rear camera. The GCF certification was given out on June 26. It will interesting to see this new product from NVIDIA as they continue to push harder to create a hardcore gaming market for Android.
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Jul 02, 2014 - 11:38 AM - by dgstorm

Fans of the The Witcher series might be pleased to know a new game in The Witcher universe will be coming to Android and iOS later this year. It's called The Witcher Battle Arena, and just as the name implies, it will be a MOBA (Multiplayer Online Battle Arena) style game. For those unfamiliar with this genre, it is similar to League of Legends and Dota 2.

Despite its similarity to these other games, it will have a simplified system compared to those. There won't be any AI mobs to fight so players won't need to farm and can only wage war on each other. The game will allow players to choose from a wide variety of well-known characters from the Witcher universe, including Letho of Gulet, Iorveth, Zoltan Chivay, Philippa Eilhart, Saskia of Aedirn, and more.

For the most part MOBA games have failed on tablets compared to PCs. It will be interesting to see if this game can succeed. What's really surprising is that the game is completely free. That means it won't even have any in-app purchases either. This could at least lead to quite a number of folks trying it out. If they can get the gameplay mechanics to work well on a tablet, they might just be looking at a rousing PR success.

Source: The Witcher Battle Arena
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