Well considering how vastly large our galaxy is, and how far away you would have to be to take a picture of it. I highly doubt that human instruments have extended beyond our galaxy. So how were these pictures I’ve seen of it obtained?
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There's a plethora of ways to track Santa Claus online today. Here are the two I'm thrusting at my kids. Google Earth: Everybody's favorite 3D(ish) map app is, of course, tracking that jolly fat guy in the red suit. It's available both in the desktop version as well as on your phone. Look for the "Follow Santa" link in the Tour Guide section. Download Google Earth here. Google Santa Tracker: This one's also available on your phone or in a desktop browser.
Posted by Roman Nurik, who often writes about Android design-related topics on Google+ So you’ve got a great Android phone app on Google Play, your users love it, and you’re kicking back and watching the download numbers soar. Congrats! But like any enterprising developer, you may be thinking, “how do I take my app’s success even further?” The answer: an equally awesome experience on tablets. Users love their tablet apps! For example, Mint.com found that the larger screen real
Is the Android Google Voice Calling App Free? The calls i made through googlevoice were listed as peak minutes?
I know that Google Voice says calling is FREE through the new number they give you, but all the calls I have made through my google voice application on my phone showed up online on my verizon account as peak minutes, meaning that I have to pay. Can anybody help me with this?
You've read our initial preview and our full review, but maybe you still have some burning questions about the One S, HTC's latest 4.3-incher that's out now in Europe and coming to T-Mobile USA later this month. Fear not — we're standing by to answer your questions about the device over in the Android Central forums, so whatever you want to know is just a post away. If you're not already signed up, registration is free, and there's plenty of discussion to be had
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I have Sprint and 6 months in my plan, what would the price be if I want to upgrade the phone model? For example the upcoming Galaxy S II, Evo 3D, or Nexus S 4G. Would I have to pay the full price of around $500?
Here's the deal. We're just as excited about you are about the Samsung Galaxy Nexus finally hitting Verizon this week. It's about damn time, even if Verizon still hasn't officially said anything. No matter. It's coming this week. (It better come this week.) So on Thursday night's edition of the Greatest Android Podcast in the World, we're only going to talk about the Galaxy Nexus. But even better than that, we're only going to answer your