Web/iOS/Android: Plane Finder delivers next-level flight tracking in real time, showing you exactly where the plane you’re tarcking is and when it will land.
I love my Chromecast. But since I haven’t traveled with it (yet), I didn’t even think about the fact that you wouldn’t be able to use it in a lot of motels/hotels. A travel router is a great solution as the author of the source article points out.
A tethering plan and a mobile device that supports 4G tethering would also work…but unless you have an unlimited data plan, Netflix would probably burn through your data plan in a couple nights. I’m wondering how many nights I could get away with per month on my “unlimited” plan and carrier-free tethering, thanks to my fully unlocked Nexus device 😉
SSsshh don’t let AT&T find out #BigMother
In case you haven’t heard. iPhone 6, bigger screens, smart watch, hype and ballyhoo.
We’ve been playing around with Google’s Chromecast a little bit, and the first take has been excellent. You can use it to play all kinds of content: YouTube videos, Netflix and any other Chromecast enabled app, as well as sending “casting” the entire screen to any TV with an HDMI port. Very, cool stuff really. Screencasting is especially cool because it allows the full Android experience on your TV…your Android device basically becomes the remote control touchpad for a 42″ Android Display. Like I said: Very, VERY cool.
We just found out about AllCast, and haven’t had a chance to test it yet. But at this point it seems to have many of the same capabilities as Chromecast…but instead of going to your TV, you mirror to your PC. Casting your Android screen to your PC seems like it would be pretty cool…maybe even more cool than going to a TV, so I can’t wait to give it a test.
But don’t wait for me to get around to doing a full review (and I’m not suggesting that I ever will)…that could take way too much time. And by ‘time’ I mean…well just think of time from glacial perspective. But if you have an Android phone you can give it a try yourself…today!
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Passwords suck. Plain and simple. They inconvenience the user, and are far too easy to crack…or guess…or fall victim to internet trickery that gets you to give them away. A better solution is overdue. Killing the password is “Challenge Accepted” for DARPA
Anyway, check out the article and start thinking of a day when we are free of password hell. It may not be tomorrow, but it is coming.
Archiving email from your Primary Inbox or Exchange mailbox in Outlook can make a huge difference in performance and stability. But remember that once you move your messages into an Archive, you need to be sure you BACKUP those archive files…once the message leaves the Inbox, that YourArchive.pst file is the ONLY PLACE that message exists.
You won’t have access to those messages in your Outlook Inbox, web mail, or any connected mobile device, so be sure to use the date range feature to optimize the process for your own needs.
This article describes performing the archive process manually, but you can also configure the Auto-Archive feature to make it a no-brainer!
Sure it’s legal. Doesn’t mean they won’t try and claim it voids the warranty. #AlwaysReadTheFinePrint