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After months of rumors, Google has officially announced that it plans to extend Android to other wearable devices beyond Google Glass, and it’s starting with smart watches.
The company has announced Android Wear, a version of the operating system designed specifically for wearable devices.
The focus of Android Wear is in relevant contextual data, much of which you already get from Google Now like location-based weather, traffic data, reminders, travel info (airplane boarding passes, etc), and app notifications. There are the usual fitness tracking options that are already relatively standard on wearables, and interesting notifications like jellyfish warnings when you're at the beach. The interface is gesture-based, but quite a lot of the functionality seems to come from the voice command system, which does include the song recognition feature in Google Now.
Google has also started the rollout of the Android Wear SDK Developer Preview. Again, Google has been very careful to say that the SDK will allow developers to "extend" app functionality to wearables, meaning this is not a platform which will have standalone apps on it to start.
Google is working to make sure these watches aren't hideous: Fossil and other "fashion brands" will apparently offer watches using the operating system later this year.
An E-bomb is a simple type of computer prank that tricks a friend (or enemy) into thinking his or her computer is being hacked, is infected with a virus, or is experiencing a serious error. The process of executing an E-bomb involves writing a special kind of file using notepad which contains commands that slow down the computer, crash the system, or merely startle the user, then tricking the user into opening the file. E-bombs can be anything from a minor annoyance to a system-destroying nightmare for the user; the E-bombs in this article are intended merely as innocuous pranks, so the worst they'll do is cause a computer to crash.
Open Infinite Windows:
Open Notepad and type the command as shown in the image.
Save the file as a batch file i.e. with an extension ".bat"
So your file name will look something like "loop.bat"
Now as soon as someone opens this file there will be a infinite no. of programs opening.
Something Like This:
Saw that flappy bird game on one of your friends gadget.
Decided to download it but when you visit the app store it is no longer available.
As of today, the original Flappy bird game is gone from both Android and IOS app stores.
The game’s developer, Dong Nguyen, never wanted Flappy Bird to bring him fame. But it did, as the game surpassed 50 million downloads on Android and iOS, eventually garnering around $50,000 per day in ad revenue. Dong Nguyen said that the game was “a success of his”, but it “also ruined his simple life”, so now he “hates it.” .
Although there are a lot of alternatives available to the game, If you still want to download and play the game ,a download link is available at the bottom of the post just download and install and KEEP FLAPPING!!
How to Install Flappy Bird APK v1.3 on your Android :
Copy the downloaded APK file on your phone or download it directly to your phone.
Uninstall any previous version of Flappy Bird if installed.
Locate the downloaded file on your phone now and tap it.
If asked, allow Unknown Sources in Settings > Security > Unknown Sources.
Select “Package Installer” if prompted.
Proceed with the installation instructions and complete it.
Open your game from the App Drawer after installing it.