I like this author but he seems to blame MicroSD technology for user error. I used to love a phone that supported upgradeable storage but finally bit the bullet and went with a 128Gb Pixel XL and couldn't be happier. No errors with the card, no worries with drops, and faster storage.
Secondly, this all could have been avoided by locking the phone! No, you might not get it back, but your worries are gone, and scumbag thief has a bricked device. A good home warranty will replace that handset.
The last two points I get. No arguments there. Seriously folks. Upgrade from your old Galaxy S3, Ahem Avram Piltch, get a decent phone and a good home warranty coverage for your portables.
Read the rest of this article and pay attention to the Transition section. These points and many more make it VERY hard for me to consider an iOS device as my daily handset.
I recently learned that the Surface does not have a GPS radio in it. Not a huge deal, but might have been nice.
My thought; why can't a tablet get GPS data from a smartphone? How cool would it be for our Surface to link to a Windows Phone (WiFi, blutooth, etc) to get GPS positioning data? That way, you don't need every technology in every device and they could share.
I suppose why stop there, let's get tethering for LTE data as well (please!?!).
Microsoft should conisider subsidising the carriers with hopes that we will use that connection to buy XBox content and stream it.
Polkast is a music streaming app and it's free for the weekend. iOS and Android
Play any playlist, album or song stored on your computer without device storage limits.
Create new playlists on the go choosing from any song in your music collection.
Shuffle through playlist, artist, album or your entire collection of songs -- rediscover old favorites!
Listen offline as smart caching dynamically manages local storage.
Connect to one computer where your music is stored.
Requires installation of the Polkast homebase, the free companion app that runs on the desktop computer where your music files are stored.
Go to www.polkast.com on your home computer to get the free companion app.
Supported OS: Windows 7, XP, or Vista; Mac OS X 10.6 or higher.
Log in with the same username and password on all Polkast apps.
The computer must be on, connected to the Internet and not in sleep mode to play songs not stored in cache.
iOS App Store
Google Play store
While thumbing through the iTunes store I ran across a Free App & software by MMSoft called PC Monitor
After loading the program on your server/PC, it will securely report to your mobile device.
Has anyone tested this on V1 or V2? or any other Server's?