Why Android Updates Are So Slow-Gizmodo

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The official online color is: #A4C639 . 한국어: 공식 온라인 색은: #A4C639 . (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
If there is one complaint we hear from Android users more than any other, it’s the speed at which software updates arrive. Or don’t arrive. It’s especially tough on tech enthusiasts who read about all the advantages of the new update, but can’t get it on their own devices for six months, if at all. Even brand new devices typically fail to launch with the latest version of Android. The Verizon Galaxy Nexus–a marquee Android flagship if there ever was one–only got its new Jelly Bean (Android 4.2) update today.

This has been going on for years. So what the hell? Why hasn’t the problem been fixed? And who’s to blame here? We asked Android manufacturers, carriers, and Google what the hold-up was. And, what a tangled web we found.

 

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3D-printed gun maker now has federal firearms license to manufacture, deal guns | Ars Technica

Read full Ars Technica report here.

On Saturday, Defense DistributedAmerica’s best-known group of 3D gunsmiths–announced on Facebook that its founder, Cody Wilson, now has a federal license to be a gun manufacturer and dealer. The group published a picture of the Type 7 federal firearms license (FFL) to prove it.

“The big thing it allows me to do is that it makes me manufacture under the law–everything that manufacturers are allowed to do,” he told Ars. “I can sell some of the pieces that we’ve been making. I can do firearms transactions and transport.”

Wilson and his colleagues have been making prototypes of guns for months now. Most recently, the group demonstrated an AR-15 semi-automatic, which is allowed under American law without a license. The legal difference now is Wilson can distribute the guns that he makes and sell them, too.

 

 

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Download ACTPrinter for Mac – Send documents from Mac to iOS device. MacUpdate.com

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ACTPrinter is the free companion application to the PAIDiOS / Android application ACTPrinter.

ACTPrinter allows you to “print” any document from your Mac to your iOS / Android device. Finally your documents travel with you!

Sulia

Sulia

http://sulia.com/

Sulia is a subject-based social network that connects users to the top social sources on pertinent subjects that are of great interest. The network uses a combination of network managers and algorithms to identify the best sources on everything from anteaters to zoology. Visitors can use the drop-down menus to set up their preferences and Favorites with the simple and effective user interface. This version is compatible with all operating systems

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How to Make a Conference Call with Your iPhone – For Dummies

On an iPhone, you can make conference calls in which you and the people you’re speaking to can all hear and be heard. Setting up a conference call might seem like a daunting task, but the iPhone makes it easy.
Even “Dummies” can do it if you follow these instructions.

 

Announcement of Annual State Application Under Part B of IDEA as Amended in 2004 for Federal Fiscal Year 2013: Special Education : P12 : NYSED

Annual State Application Under Part B of IDEA as Amended in 2004 for Federal Fiscal Year 2013

New York State’s Annual State Application Under Part B of the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) PDF document (116 KB) for Federal Fiscal Year 2013 has been posted for public review for 60 days (through April 23, 2013).  The application includes the identification of State requirements that are not otherwise required by federal law and regulations pursuant to IDEA section 608(a)(2).
Written public comment on the IDEA Part B ApplicationPDF document (116 KB) will be accepted by the P-12: Office of Special Education for 30 calendar days as required by federal law, starting February 27, 2013 until March 29, 2013.  Written comments will be accepted by email with the subject line NYS Part B Application Public Comment to spedpubliccomment@mail.nysed.gov or may be submitted by mail to:

New York State Education Department
Office of P12 Education: Office of Special Education
89 Washington Avenue, Room 309 EB
Albany, NY 12234
Attention: NYS Part B Application Public Comment

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