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The VLC app automatically categorizes your media into Video, Audio, and other. Plus, with the settings inside the app, you can control things like hardware acceleration, and more. VLC comes pre-installed on Android TV boxes like the Mi Box, but can be easily installed as it is available on the Android TV Play Store.Install: (Free)6. AptoideAptoide is simply one of the best apps for Android TV because it lets you access thousands of Android apps without any geo-restriction or Android TV compatibility issue. In case, you are not aware, Aptoide is a third-party app store and a Play Store alternative. You can discover and install apps that are otherwise not available on the Play Store.If you are worried about the app integrity, well Aptoide is directly supported by the developers so there are no middlemen repackaging the apps. Simply put, if you are unable to find your favorite apps on Android TV through the Play Store, the Aptoide app store will take you right home.Install: (Free)

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Great article Akshay,When I sideloaded some local (Australian) Free to Air TV apps onto my Xiaomi Mi Box they displayed incorrectly. The apps showed content as if the TV should have been standing up like a smart phone in portrait mode.

So, actual concrete advice. Just like browsers have porn mode for the personal consumption of private imagery, cell phones have applications that are significantly less likely to lead to anyone else but your special friends seeing your special bits. I personally advise Wickr, an instant messaging firm that develops secure software for iPhone and Android. What's important about Wickr here isn't just the deep crypto they've implemented, though it's useful too. What's important in this context is that with this code there's just a lot fewer places to steal your data from. Photos and other content sent in Wickr don't get backed up to your desktop, don't get saved in any cloud, and by default get removed from your friend's phone after an amount of time you control. Wickr is of course not the only company supporting what's called "ephemeral messaging"; SnapChat also dramatically reduces the exposure of your private imagery (with the caveat that with SnapChat, unlike Wickr, SnapChat itself gets an unencrypted copy of your imagery and messaging so you have to hope they're not saving anything. Better for national intelligence services, worse for you).

.css-cumn2rheight:1em;width:1.5em;margin-right:3px;vertical-align:baseline;fill:#C70000;it should be noted (and I may expand in a future post) that Google is fundamentally different than other companies (including other big companies) in terms of how they are embedded in the Internet outside of their consumer services. In other words, even if you opt-out of all Google consumer services, you are likely still being heavily tracked by them through Google Analytics embedded on tens of millions of sites and their external ad networks (AdMob, DoubleClick and AdSense) embedded in millions of apps and sites. (Browser add-ons can help reduce this passive tracking.) The point is though that given how deeply Google is embedded on non-Google sites, switching all your consumer services to another ecosystem is a privacy win. I am significantly more diversified than that, however.

While you may or might not be able to get the live stream through the official CBS Sports mobile app, there are a number of great iOS apps to keep up to date on the latest as the NFL playoffs kick off this month. Here are a few of our favorite NFL apps to keep you up to date on all the official news coverage, video highlights, customized team alerts, real-time scores and more during the playoffs:

With Samsung moving away from many of its speciality customisations, apps, and content stores on Android, coupled with the S6 line being without an SD card slot and a removable battery -- two features that Samsung was renowned for -- it raises the question of what it is exactly that Samsung thinks it offers.

As has become traditional, Mark Shuttleworth kicked off the UbuntuDeveloper Summit (UDS) with a keynote (videolink) looking back at the last release cycle and looking ahead to thenext release. Following the keynote, Shuttleworth jumped on a conferencecall to share his vision for Ubuntu's next release and beyond. The longstory short? Expect more of an emphasis on mobile and cloud, and less on the legacy desktop.

Shuttleworth said that 12.04 will "draw to conclusion" the"threads" that started since the last LTS release. Forexample, solidifying the Unity desktop and work on the cloud services inUbuntu. At the same time, Shuttleworth is already looking forward to the14.04 LTS and putting Ubuntu on tablets, phones, televisions, and othermobile and embedded devices. Ubuntu has been focusing on touch interfaces for some time, but now Shuttleworth said that Ubuntu "is in a position" to span "from phone to televisions, to car, and elsewhere".

Developers can use HTML5 or QML to target Ubuntu for mobile, saidShuttleworth. For multi-platform, low-resource applications, HTML5 shouldbe fine, he said, and Canonical will "make sure that HTML5 apps work beautifully on all devices." For games and native applications, Shuttleworth said that developers can have a "smoother" experience targeting Ubuntu using QML.

For the next Ubuntu release, then, expect the feature set to be fairly conservative. Canonical will be focusing on polishing Unity and improving the integration of OpenStack and the new cloud management software (Juju) that was introduced with 11.10. Unfortunately, this topic was not really discussed during the press call with Shuttleworth and my attempt to connect with the right person at Canonical on server plans was hampered by the ongoing UDS.

Shuttleworth and Canonical are taking on a steep challenge with the playfor phones, tablets, and other devices. It's interesting that Shuttleworthspent little time talking up Ubuntu's strategy as an operating system ofchoice for cloud infrastructure, especially given the work that the Ubuntufolks put into Ubuntu's cloud tools in the 11.10 release. Perhaps Canonicalhas learned enough from attempts at desktop success to make a go on thenext wave of devices for personal computing. It will certainly beinteresting to watch.

I think it's pretty short-sighted to call your core userbase "legacy" and be seen as trying to move past it, especially when you just made a misstep with Unity. Ubuntu should be shoring up and improving the desktop, and then pick cloud *or* mobile to take on next. Ubuntu focuses on mobile devices Posted Nov 6, 2011 20:19 UTC (Sun) by robbe (guest, #16131) [Link]

Of course, all depends on your definition of cloud, which has the nice property of being so hazy that you can see it in any shape you wish. Ubuntu focuses on mobile devices Posted Nov 10, 2011 21:16 UTC (Thu) by Tet (subscriber, #5433) [Link] 350c69d7ab


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