12 lesser-known Apple Watch tips and tricks you should know

12 lesser-known Apple Watch tips and tricks you should know
From using Siri to muting notifications to saving battery life, here are some of the most useful Apple Watch tips and tricks you should learn. apple watch primary. See larger image. It can even tell the time! Nearly four weeks after the Apple Watch …
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How to train your Surface Pro 3: Tips, tricks, hacks
The Surface Pro 3 has software that's already set to learn your handwriting when using the Surface Pen, for converting your written notes to typed text. If you use the tablet a lot for note taking, though, then you should run the Handwriting …
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Tips and tricks
Companies selling Android-based phones often have their own suggestions for using the software, like Samsung's page of tips for Galaxy owners. For those with Nexus devices and Android One phones (as well as the now-discontinued “Google Play edition” …
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The Yoong ones; ex-F1 driver's siblings skiing at SEA Games
Now, with Aaliyah, Aiden, and Adam always wanting to be on the water, she can ski, she can drive a boat, and she can coach her two young boys — using tips she's picked up from Aaliyah. Aiden earned bronze in Friday's men's tricks final, finishing two …
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Apple releases WatchKit developer tools alongside first iOS 8.2 beta

Apple releases WatchKit developer tools alongside first iOS 8.2 beta
"This means that you begin your watch app development with your existing iOS app, which must support iPhone." In other words, there will be no separate App Store for watch apps—as in Android Wear, Apple Watch apps are actually delivered alongside …
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What Are The Best New Resources For Learning iOS Development In 2014?
Expect your app to be a sort of tree of references from the AppDelegate to one class instance (like a main UIViewController), which will have references to other class instances (like a UIView and other UIViewControllers), and so on; In a …
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How Google Inbox shares 70% of its code across Android, iOS, and the Web
To make matters more complicated, these clients all use different programming languages: Objective-C and/or Swift for iOS, Java for Android, and JavaScript/CSS/HTML5 for the Web. It's a problem Google decided to tackle when it was developing the …
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