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Hype 2 String Emil Online - seo Google Drive vs. Dropbox, SkyDrive, SugarSync, and others: a cloud sync storage face-off Google's very own "Loch Ness monster," also known as Google Drive, has finally launched. It's the new face of Google Documents, and it's also Google's oft-rumored Dropbox-killer. It enters a scene crowded with competitors besides Dropbox that let you sync multiple folders, collaborate with friends, and stream data to your mobile device — so how does Drive fare? We'll take a look at the top apps that let you sync files between all of your devices automatically, share files using password protection, pick which folders you want to sync, and do anything else you might want to do with a syncing app. While our evaluations of each app aren't full-on reviews, they are encapsulations of where each app excels and what makes each unique. Sticky TOC engaged! Google Drive Google Drive While Google Drive isn't much more than a Docs rebranding that syncs to a folder on your computer, it has a few key features that make it worth checking out. Dropbox Dropbox SugarSync SugarSync Insync Insync Cubby iCloud Wuala

THE ODD COUPLES - SCREENTOYS - Celebrity Mash-up Things I Carry: A Pebble (Not In My Shoe) Add to home screen Support Development Add To Homescreen is a free, open source javascript software. It is released under the MIT License which basically grants you complete freedom in usage for open source and commercial applications. That being said the only way for me to subtract hours from my day work and keep implementing this script is through donations. If you find this widget useful and wish to support future development, please consider a donation. Overview The script opens an always-on-top message inviting the user to add the application to the home screen. ATH by default looks something like this But appearance is customizable with plain old CSS. The script is compatible with iOS 6+ and Chrome 31+. Languages The message changed in v3 so unfortunately all the languages supported in v2 are not available anymore. Basic Usage v3 API changed drastically (sorry about that) and it’s not a drop in replacement for v2. <head><title>Add To Home</title> ... That’s all you need. Options Detect the homescreen

TodoCat: A Sophisticated Cat Todo List Apple Acquires Indoor GPS Startup WiFiSlam For $20M The Wall Street Journal is reporting today that Apple has acquired WiFiSlam, an indoor GPS startup that enables a smartphone to pinpoint its location — along with that of your friends — in realtime up to 2.5 meters in accuracy. Apple paid $20 million to acquire WiFiSlam, although the specific terms of the deal have not been shared as of yet. However, Apple has confirmed the acquisition, telling Macrumors: The two-year-old startup has developed ways for mobile apps to detect a phone user’s location in a building using Wi-Fi signals. WiFiSlam seems to be part of Apple’s continued plan to build up its location capabilities, and is likely a sign that indoor GPS is just starting to get hot. For its part, WiFiSlam says that it wants to “engage with users at the scale that personal interaction actually takes place” and foresees its future use cases as “step-by-step indoor navigation to product-level retail customer engagement, to proximity-based social networking.”

Créer ses composants Touch avec HTML5 CSS3 et JavaScript – Partie 2/2 , Philippe Didiergeorges Aka Philess Créer ses composants Touch avec HTML5 CSS3 et JavaScript – Partie 2/2 Ce billet est la deuxième partie d’une note de blog en deux volets, proposant des solutions pour adapter des composants de formulaires à destination d’une utilisation sur un écran tactile. Dans ce deuxième article donc, nous allons utiliser les évènements Touch pour créer un slider (input de type range en HTML5 ou Toggle Switch dans Windows 8 / Phone). Si vous ne l’avez pas encore fait je vous conseille de commencer par découvrir dans la première partie l’adaptation de boutons et d’une liste déroulante pour des interface tactiles. Pourquoi ne pas utiliser un input range HTML5? On peut en effet se demander pourquoi faire le choix de créer son propre contrôle de type slider quand il existe un contrôle prévu pour cela en HTML5. Les inputs de type range (c.f. note sur les nouveautés HTML5 pour les formulaires) permettent de: Ce type de contrôle donne le résultat suivant: Pour: Respecte la norme HTML5 du W3C. Contre: Résultat

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