Undercover Reporter Works at Foxconn Assembly Plant for a Week and Shares Experiences Published on 09-12-2012 02:30 AM The folks over at MICGadget recently translated a report from the Shanghai Evening Post which gave the public more insight into Foxconn’s assembly plants. Here, a reporter went undercover as one of the many people hired to build the iPhone 5. He kept a diary in which he recorded his daily stories. iPhone 6 Plus review: It's not big enough! Back in August, just before Apple announced its latest smartphones, I vowed that if the company came out with an “iPhablet,” I’d ditch my tablets and try to live and work exclusively with a giant smartphone and a laptop. See also: If Apple releases an iPhablet, I'm giving away my iPad Well, as everyone knows, Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus—with its giant 5.5-inch screen—is pretty much the iPhablet we all expected, albeit with a slight less silly name. Now that I’ve been living with my iPhone 6 Plus for a while, I’m back to report on just how well the iPhone 6 Plus does at replacing a tablet. Smaller tablets are dead, dead, dead The answer, I’m afraid, is a bit more complicated than I hoped.
Overview - Welcome to Flubaroo The grades created by Flubaroo will be located in an adjacent worksheet called "Grades", as shown: For each submission, Flubaroo will show which questions were answered correctly ("1" point"), which incorrectly ("0" points), and which were not graded. If less than 60% of students got a question correct, the question will be highlighted in orange to alert you. Additionally, students who scored less than 70% on the assignment will be highlighted in red.
Duchess of York pays glowing tribute to Prince Andrew and gives her 'full support' - Telegraph Asked if she was sticking by her ex-husband, she told reporters: “The York family is a tight unit. We’ve always been a tight unit. "He is the greatest man there is. iPhone and iPad Blog: Apps, News, and Rumors Auxo 2, the followup to 2012’s popular jailbreak tweak Auxo, is now available in the Cydia Store. The product of developers @Sentry_NC and QusicS, the new tweak includes a number of features including a unified view for the Control Center and app switcher, a Quick Switcher for moving between apps using gestures, a hot corners feature that allows access to apps by touching the corners of an iOS device, and more. Unlike the stock iOS 7 experience, Auxo 2 allows users to access the app switcher, multitasking controls, and Control Center toggles entirely with the use of gestures, all while combining all three elements into one interface and offering a variety of settings for customization. Auxo 2’s flagship feature is the Quick Switcher, which allows users to switch between apps by swiping from the bottom left of a device and releasing a finger on an open app. By default, the Quick Switcher is limited to six apps, but users may enable an unlimited amount of apps in the settings.
Verizon Vacation Blackout Reveals The iPhone 5 Will Launch On Friday, September 21 A trusted Verizon employee has just confirmed to TechCrunch that the carrier is having an all-staff vacation blackout from the dates of Friday, September 21 to September 30. You know what that means, right? The next iPhone, whether it’s called the iPhone 5 or simply the new iPhone, will almost certainly be available in stores (with lines wrapping around the back of them) starting Friday, September 21. It’s largely expected that the next-gen iPhone will be announced on September 12, in usual Apple fashion.
No, Apple's iPhone 6 Plus isn't too big Over the weekend I finally got my hands on the giant new Apple iPhone 6 Plus. As promised, I plan to make the iPhone 6 Plus my everyday phone, and see for myself if it can effectively take the place of my phone and my tablet. See also: iOS 8 tips and tricks you need to know Fully determining how well that experiment works, however, will take some time. Only weeks and months of actual use will reveal whether the Apple’s phablet (though the company is loathe to call it that) is big and powerful enough to comfortably replace a full-sized iPad Air. Technology Tools for Teaching & Learning Used wisely, technology empowers students to take responsibility for their own learning. In Leonardo’s Laptop, Ben Shneiderman provides teachers with a powerful framework, Collect-Relate-Create-Donate (CRCD), for designing student-centered learning opportunities using computers. In particular, Shneiderman’s CRCD framework emphasizes the importance of the social aspects of learning in generating creative work. In CRCD projects, students research information, work collaboratively to create a meaningful product that demonstrates their learning, and contribute that project to a larger learning community. Shneiderman designed the Collect-Relate-Create-Donate framework as a vehicle for preparing young people for a 21st century world where innovation, creativity, and collaboration will be more highly prized than retention and repetition. What are your Learning Goals?
ISIS Has Master Plan for Pakistan, Secret Memo Warns QUETTA, Pakistan — ISIS has created a 10-man "strategic planning wing" with a master plan on how to wage war against the Pakistani military, and is trying to join forces with local militants, according to a government memo obtained by NBC News. "They are now planning to inflict casualties to Pakistan Army outfits who are taking part in operation Zarb-e-Azb," says the alert, referring to the military offensive against the Pakistani Taliban and other militants that was launched in June in a tribal region near the Afghan border. Labeled "secret," the memo was sent by the government of Balochistan, a southwestern province that borders Afghanistan, to authorities and intelligence officials across Pakistan last week.
Social TV app NextGuide moves to iPhone NextGuide, the app that tells you when and where your favorite shows are on, is finally on the iPhone. Designed for iOS 7, it brings a combined view of live TV guide services with streaming services -- like Amazon Prime, iTunes, Hulu Plus, and Netflix -- to the world's most popular smartphone. It has many of the same functions as the iPad app and aims to bring together live TV and streaming videos .
Celeste On iOS 5.1.1 Coming Soon For iPhone/iPad If you are one of those users who are love to use their Bluetooth you may heard about a very well known Bluetooth jailbreak tweak called “Celeste” which gives you the ability to share files, videos, musics and more from your iPhone with any other mobile device like for example from iPhone to Nokia or etc.. Celeste tweak haven’t yet been upgraded from a long time to support iOS 5.x.. Today we have got some extreme news that you really should hear it from us.. Today CocoaNuts the folks who developed Celeste jailbreak tweak has just said on their official Twitter account they are going to announce very soon that Celeste tweak but in a beta version will work on iOS 5.1.1, so at this time there is a beta version for Celeste but it hasn’t yet pushed to Cydia store and for the public. But we will keep you updated with any news from the team stay tuned.. Here’s the tweet:
History - CometBird A Brief History of English, with Chronologyby Suzanne Kemmer © 2001-2005 Pre-English | Old English | Middle English | Modern English The language we call English was first brought to the north sea coasts of England in the 5th and 6th centuries A.D., by seafaring people from Denmark and the northwestern coasts of present-day Germany and the Netherlands.
- Top 100 Sites of 2011 0 Comments November 23, 2011 By: David Kapuler Nov 23 Written by: 11/23/2011 3:54 AM ShareThis The time is finally here for my annual list of favorite sites of the year.