Here’s a hint: It’s not the clock. There’s a time-keeping device in this picture that’s incredibly simple (and quite famous) but wasn’t invented until 1829.
Facebook’s On This Day feature is a nostalgia machine, seemingly created to send you clicking through years-old photos of college parties or pining over your ex. Because of that emotional heft, Facebook has introduced some new filters to the tool, so that you can make sure to block certain memories from your notifications. Here’s how […]
War, as structured state-sponsored fighting and dying, has given rise to venerated professions to manage its risks and bound its ethical dilemmas. The nature of those professions, and the meaning of their experiences, changes when the human body is no longer present in the fight, fueling a public debate.
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Last night viral video star Rachel Bloom's new show got off to a delightfully weird start.
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Android’s Quick Settings tray isn’t new in Marshmallow, but tucked away in the bowels of Google’s new mobile OS is a hidden feature that lets you customize what appears there. It’s a useful tool if you don’t want certain items you’ll never use taking up space in the Quick Settings tray, or if you want to rearrange the icons so that the shortcuts you use most often are in an easy-to-reach place. It takes a little trickery to get to this feature, but it’s still easy enough to get to.
First, you need to enable Android Marshmallow’s System UI Tuner. To do so, first swipe down from the top of the screen to open the notification drawer, then swipe down again to open the Quick Settings tray (or, swipe down with two fingers). Next, press and hold the gear icon in the upper right corner for a few seconds until the gear icon starts spinning. Release your finger, and you’ll be presented with a message telling you that System UI Tuner is up and running.
Sport photography isn’t shot from the sidelines anymore, it’s made by athletes as they do their thing. But before they can do that, they have to learn to shoot like a pro. We went inside the camp where they’re trained.
LG might be prepping its own contender to battle Google and Samsung in the mobile payments space.
According to trademark applications and industry leaks, LG is working on a product called G Pay. The seventh letter of the alphabet is a big part of LG’s branding, as its phones have names like the LG G4.
The company has applied to trademark the G Pay name in South Korea and the U.S., which indicate there should be some type of global launch for the service.