If like me you roam around the country or world at times and need to take your phone to use it locally wherever you are, follow the link below to find out how to unlock the Galaxy S8
Here’s how you can go ahead and SIM unlock Samsung Galaxy S8 or Samsung Galaxy S8+ Android smartphone the right way.
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Anyone that know me know how much I love music and videos. That said, if I am going to spend a lot of time in front of my TV, might as well get it calibrated to look its best. If you’re like me, you should also get your calibration on and calibrate your devices
Here’s a great read on how to do this.
Whether you spend $400 or $4,000 on a new TV (or video projector), it is a sure bet that your new display will need some adjustment. When you walk into a store, browsing TVs is a dazzling experience — every display pops with bright colors, attracting shoppers like bees to wildflowers. How do manufacturers get their TVs to impress under the fluorescent lighting of a showroom floor? Usually, by cranking up all the picture settings to the max.
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For someone who has been using Twitter from the start, trying to format my messages around usernames has always been a pain in the ass. This is an awesome move by Twitter, I hope to see more innovation from them soon.
Continue reading the great article from MacRumors below.
Twitter today announced that usernames such as @MacRumors will no longer count towards the 140-character limit for tweets.
Now, the usernames of anyone who a user is replying to will appear above the tweet rather than within the tweet itself, so that users have more characters to have conversations. Twitter said users will be able to tap on “Replying to…” to see and change which users are part of the conversation.
Continue reading “Twitter Will No Longer Count Usernames Towards 140-Character Limit | via Mac Rumors”