Comics fans, Here’s the Best Boot Animation You Could Ask For

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British graphic designer Christian Tailor created this awesome animation of stylized Marvel and DC Comics heroes and villains, and now you can use it as the boot animation on your Android device.
July 09, 2014 at 05:00PM
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5 Phone Charging Myths, Debunked

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“Don’t use your phone while it’s charging,” “don’t leave it plugged in overnight” and “always let it die completely” — these are just a few popular myths about smartphone batteries.
When it comes to battery life, there are many little rules for what you can and can’t do with your smartphone. Whi
June 18, 2014 at 03:57PM
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See Ya, Safari: Chrome for iPhone is About to Get Faster

As a proud iPhone user, this is a great development because I have always prefered Chrome over Safari any day of the week. #GeekLife #ProudTechNerd

TIME

Good news for people using Google Chrome on iPhone and iPad: Apple is effectively lifting the speed limits on third-party browsers in iOS 8, allowing all of them to enjoy the same performance as Safari.

Currently, Safari uses a performance-boosting JavaScript engine called Nitro to render web pages. Other browsers, such as Chrome, haven’t been allowed to use this engine in the past, making them slower. That’s going to change in iOS 8, according to 9to5Mac. Even if you don’t use Safari, you may notice a bump in other apps that have built-in browsing functions, such as Facebook and Twitter.

Realistically, the policy change will produce a just modest uptick in performance. (I’ve used Chrome in iOS for years, and can’t say it’s ever felt sluggish.) Still, it’s nice to see Apple open up a bit, on this front as well as others.

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Facebook In The Age Of Mobile-Only

TechCrunch

Just 21% (268 million) of Facebook’s users access the service from desktop-only, and both that percentage and number are falling as Facebook grows, according to new stats from Facebook’s Q1 2014 earnings report this week. Meanwhile Facebook’s mobile-only user count is now at 341 million, or 26.7% of its total userbase, and those figures are quickly climbing.

What this means is that if a Facebook feature doesn’t exist on mobile, it’s becoming less and less relevant.

Graph Search, suggested events, Friend List and Interest List editing, and bulk News Feed management are few features missing from Facebook mobile. And that’s after Facebook’s VP of corporate development Vaughan Smith said that since the start of 2012, if product was proposed without a mobile version, it was sent back to the drawing board.

When Facebook was IPO’ing, the word was that it needed mobile. Then over the next few years it’s strived to…

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12 Millennial Yoga Poses for, Like, Perfect Balance

Wow! I do that EXACT pose but I use my Kindle Fire to update the blog/watch YouTube/admire expensive clothes on Instagram!

Deepak verma

Even Millennials like to stay in shape — by their own rules, of course. These nostalgic, indie-loving, selfie-taking twenty-somethings are all about reinventing things to make them new again, including fitness.
What’s a workout if you can’t use it to plan your weekend brunch or remember how cool Nic
April 22, 2014 at 04:03PM
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