That's on purpose: "When we add new APIs, typically, in my opinion, community processes don't work because it's really hard to tell when you're done. It's hard to tell what's release and what's a beta. Developers have to have an expectation those APIs are done at a certain date. With a community process, a [mobile phone] operator could take an early version and start building devices. The apps would be incompatible.". In some open-source projects, such as Mozilla's Firefox or the Linux kernel, development happens in a very visible way. The source code for upcoming features can be viewed long before those features arrive in the software people actually use, and public discussions take place on open mailing lists.
If you're around Los Angeles and have an AT&T smartphone that supports 4G, let us know in the comments if you pick up the 4G LTE signal and how fast of a connection you get, AT&T's fast 4G network has been spotted in the Los Angeles area, More than a day after it surfaced in San Francisco, AT&T's 4G LTE network now seems to be available in the Los Angeles area, as well, CNET editor Jessica Dolcourt noticed the 4G LTE icon on her obex modular case for apple iphone 6 plus and 6s plus - white phone in the City of Angels just about an hour ago, A quick speed test with the Speedtest.net app showed that she got download speeds of around 15Mbps and upload speeds of some 7Mbps..
Though the Cellink I's design is hardly inspiring, that's nothing to hold against it. And really, what would you expect? At 2.96 inches long by 1.14 inches wide by 0.59 inch deep, it's easily portable and fits comfortably in a pocket. The sliver case is made of plastic, but it safely protects the Cellink I's ports from damage. I wouldn't advise stepping on it with your heel, but you shouldn't have a problem if you drop it on a hard surface. You'll have to tug a bit to remove the Cellink I from its case, but I appreciate the secure fit. On one end is a standard USB plug (USB 1.1- and USB 2.0-compatible) while the other end has a connection for your phone. Manufacturer Egen makes devices with an iPad/iPad connector or a Micro-USB plug. I used the former, but the features are the same for both products.
CNET también está disponible en español, Don't show this again, Nokia adds ultrathin E50 to E series, The Nokia E series has a new addition to the family, and it's a tiny one, The Nokia E50 is the thinnest model in the series, but like its siblings, this quad-band (GSM 850/900/1800/1900; EDGE) smart phone is packed with features, There's no official word yet on availability and pricing, but here are some highlights, Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic, We delete comments that violate our policy, which we encourage you to read, Discussion threads can be closed at any obex modular case for apple iphone 6 plus and 6s plus - white time at our discretion..
CNET también está disponible en español. Don't show this again. Below the display sit the four Android touch controls (menu, search, back, and home). Unlike with the Nexus One, you don't get a navigation trackball; we missed that trackball just a bit. Fortunately, the camera on the rear side is almost flush with the back of the phone--other Android handsets have a protruding lens--and it sits next to the bright flash. The second camera lens is on the front side just above the bright display. Other exterior features consist of a thin volume rocker on the left spine and a power control on the right spine. The 3.5mm headset jack and Micro-USB port sit on the phone's bottom end. Though it's not a huge deal, we'd prefer those ports to be up top.