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The Guardian has a nice collection of album covers embedded in Google Streetview images. I'm surprised they didn't make Bowie's The Rise and Fall of Ziggy Stardust and the Spiders from Mars, but Beatles, Led Zeppelin, and Beastie Boys will do it for me.
IFTTT, the powerful productivity app that lets you create connections between different internet apps services, has been updated today to version 2.0, bringing a lot of important new features, starting with native iPad support. The update also includes new iOS-only channels, bug fixes, and more.
Version 2.0 of IFTTT feels completely at home on the iPad. The interface works effectively on the larger screen, and you can manage your recipes and see your trigger history easily. You can also flip the switch in the top right corner to easily access the Collections section.
There are two new important channels in IFTTT for iOS. First is Photos. With the Photos channel, you can do things like pictures you take in a certain geographic area to friends via email, or send all photos added to a particular album to, for instance, Evernote. You can even create recipes based on which camera you're using. The second channel is iOS Notifications. You can trigger game updates from ESPN, get tomorrows weather report at a given time, or set an extra Google Calendar alert, all delivered to your phone through push notifications.
This update also features new recipe collections, as well as several bug fixes. You can download the IFTTT update from the App Store now.
Chef Jasper van Ramshorst figured out the best way to skin an apple is to stick it on the end of a power drill, place a peeler in position and boom.
As the singer celebrates her birthday, we're looking back at her moments of shock and awe.Source: http://www.ivillage.com/taylor-swift-surprise-faces/1-b-505924?dst=iv%3AiVillage%3Ataylor-swift-surprise-faces-505924
A few weeks back we first saw Google play Music running on Google Glass, and today it all gets made official. Glass users can go to their MyGlass page, or open their Android app, and you'll find Google Play Music available to install through normal channels.
You'll need to uninstall the old version if you ventured the courage to side load it, but after that you'll be able to listen to both your own music library and Google play Music All Access right from your Glass.
To get the full effect, Google is also offering a premium pair of earbuds designed to work with Glass. They promise crisp, full range audio and come with five different color caps. You'll be able to find them on your GetGlass page.
Overall, things run about as well as you would expect a version one product to run. Animations are a little stuttery, and we'd love to see separate volume sliders for device sounds and music, but the stream seems to run as well as it would on your phone. We'll have a better look, err listen when our earbuds get here.
Via: +Stephen Lau
Just days after it unveiled a second gold One, HTC is releasing another variant of its Android flagship in an attempt to boost sales in the UK. Today, the company announced the availability of the HTC One Dual SIM, which you may already know as HTC One 802w. Just like it's Chinese counterpart, the device comes with a removable back for access to dual SIM slots and, more importantly, a microSD slot. That means you can switch between SIMs to receive calls and also fall back on up to 64GB of external storage, should you max-out the One's 32GB of internal storage. The dual-SIM functionality does come at a price, however, as the latest One variant does not support LTE -- otherwise the specs remain unchanged. If you can overlook that, the One Dual SIM is up for pre-order on HTC's official store for Â£495 ($809), with it likely to head to a "number of networks and retailers" in the near future.