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3 Reasons Why Your Raspberry Pi Doesn’t Work Properly

DIY

3 Reasons Why Your Raspberry Pi Doesn’t Work Properly

I’ve been living with the Raspberry Pi for several months now, and have found this astonishing little computer to be even more amazing than expected. Despite its diminutive dimensions, the Raspberry Pi is as fruity and satisfying as its name suggests. However, there are users out there who have had less than successful experiences with the Raspberry Pi. There might well be varying reasons for this.

Christian Cawley March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
3 Reasons Why Your Raspberry Pi Doesn’t Work Properly
Google’s Augmented Reality App Field Trip Comes To iOS [Updates]

iPhone and iPad

Google’s Augmented Reality App Field Trip Comes To iOS [Updates]

If you like learning about things around you then Google’s Field Trip could be worth an install on your iPhone. Google’s augmented reality app follows up the Android launch last year and comes to the iPhone and iPod Touch. Field Trip is an information assistant that takes the ideas of local discovery and enhances it with augmented reality. It runs in the background till you are near something interesting.

Saikat Basu March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
Google’s Augmented Reality App Field Trip Comes To iOS [Updates]
How To Debunk Online Rumors & Urban Myths

Internet

How To Debunk Online Rumors & Urban Myths

Have you ever seen a post on the Internet and your only reaction was “what? That can’t possibly be true”. It’s happened to me lots of times and I’m always sent on a wild goose chase, researching websites and articles from all over, just to confirm whether or not it really is true. Debunking an online rumor or urban myth takes time, but it’s quite satisfying. Keep reading to find out what makes these rumors and myths so believable.

Joel Lee March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
How To Debunk Online Rumors & Urban Myths
How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device

Android Linux

How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device

Ubuntu is developing on a touch-focused interface for smartphones and tablets, with plans to ship Ubuntu smartphones in 2014. If you’re interested in trying it right now, there’s good news: You can install the preview release of Ubuntu Touch on a Nexus device (the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 4, Nexus 7, or Nexus 10). Be aware though that this is an early version of Ubuntu Touch. It’s been called beta, but it’s actually alpha.

Chris Hoffman March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
How To Install The Ubuntu Touch Preview On Your Nexus Android Device
Jetsetter – The Perfect App For Last Minute Travelers [iOS]

iPhone and iPad

Jetsetter – The Perfect App For Last Minute Travelers [iOS]

Are you a “fly by the seat of your pants” kind of traveler? While a little stressful at times, if you want to save some money while getting the same accommodations, waiting until the last-minute can be a great strategy. When the hotels know that they are not going to sell the room, they will often take anything, even if it means giving up the room for cheaper than normal. That’s where the iPhone app Jetsetter comes into play.

Dave LeClair March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
Jetsetter – The Perfect App For Last Minute Travelers [iOS]
Simple Brick Breaker: The Old Classic Game Remains As Addictive As It Was Before [iPhone]

Gaming iPhone and iPad

Simple Brick Breaker: The Old Classic Game Remains As Addictive As It Was Before [iPhone]

Brick breaker games were very popular arcade games. You have layers of colored bricks and a tossed up ball with which to break the layers. Controlling the momentum of the ball (usually a white ball) is a paddle which you have to maneuver from side to side. The complexity of the brick layers and the speed of the ball increases as you go up the levels.

Saikat Basu March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
Simple Brick Breaker: The Old Classic Game Remains As Addictive As It Was Before [iPhone]
jQuery Tutorial (Part 4) – Event Listeners

Internet

jQuery Tutorial (Part 4) – Event Listeners

Today we’re going to kick it up a notch and really show where jQuery shines – events. If you followed the past tutorials, you should now have a fairly good understanding of the basic code structure of jQuery (and all the horrible curly braces that go with it), as well as how find elements of the DOM and some of things you can do to manipulate them. I also showed you how to access the developer console in Chrome and how you might use it to debug your jQuery code.

James Bruce March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
jQuery Tutorial (Part 4) – Event Listeners
A Day In The Life: Two Tech-Savvy Moms & Geeks

Web Culture

A Day In The Life: Two Tech-Savvy Moms & Geeks

With the introduction of ever more sophisticated smartphones and tablets into the market, and the availability of some of the most amazing apps out there, it should come as no surprise just how dramatically technology has transformed the family. Today, there may actually be more communication between parents and kids, even though much of that communication is via text messages. These days, women that are running a family are filling more roles than ever before.

Ryan Dube March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
A Day In The Life: Two Tech-Savvy Moms & Geeks
5 Tech Myths Debunked: Cell Phones Don’t Cause Cancer & More

Web Culture

5 Tech Myths Debunked: Cell Phones Don’t Cause Cancer & More

Myths are more common than most people will admit. They perpetuate because they sound like they could be true – and nobody has time to fact-check every last detail. Eventually, as the myths are repeated time and time again, they sound more factual than the truth. Technology is as susceptible to myths as any other niche. Let’s set the record straight.

Matt Smith March 8, 2013 08-03-2013
5 Tech Myths Debunked: Cell Phones Don’t Cause Cancer & More
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