Posts tagged ‘open source

Android – should you use it? 

After years on the market we can say one thing for sure: The global players in the phone market are Apple and Android. Nokia was forced to accept this and later BlackBerry followed while Microsoft is still fighting a fight they can’t win. Apple is far ahead compared to Android when it comes to the […]

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Android + Windows. A driver nightmare.

FWUL ([F]orget [W]indows [U]se [L]inux) Do you have ever thought: “Windows is not detecting my Android phone.. Why????!” or do you just wanna support someone which is using Windows and having that issue? … of course you have re-installed the drivers of your phone’s vendor. … of course you have re-downloaded the newest one from […]

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GPS tracking with splunk> ?

splunk> (splunk.com) has the option to graph geographic data on a map with GPS data. When you want to use splunk> to trace your route it is not possible out of the box but you can use some CSS and JS magic to do that part, too. I use GPS tracking devices in all my […]

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Google Talk / GTalk is dead – long live Gtalk?

Google stated that their Google Talk will be replaced by Google Hangouts. Like Gtalk Hangouts is also (partly) based on XMPP which is a free and very well tested standard. As a first real consequence of that statement the Google Talk app for Windows has been deprecated as of February 23, 2015. But the GTalk […]

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