You can delete individual messages, conversations, or your entire chat history by following these steps. These steps apply to individual and group chats. Deleted messages are permanently deleted from your phone. To delete a single message from a conversation: Open the conversation or group chat. Scroll to the top of the conversation and tap [Edit]. Tap on the message(s) you want to delete (a check mark will appear). Tap [Delete] at bottom of screen. Continue reading
Despite garnering mostly negative reviews, Samsung claims it has sold 800,000 Galaxy Gear smartwatches in 2 months after the device hit the market, Reuters reports.
According to the report, which cites unnamed Samsung officials, Galaxy Gear sales exceeded Samsung’s expectations. The company now plans to expand sales promotion for the Gear in time for the holidays.
“It’s the most sold wearable watch available in the market place…and we plan to expand its availability by expanding mobile devices that work with the Gear,” Samsung said in a statement.
In our review of the $299 smartwatch, we liked the look and feel and the quality of the screen, but we found it expensive and marred by compatibility issues and awkward charging. Continue reading
As a result of combat operations in Afghanistan and Iraq (Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom) a need was identified for a series of vehicles designed to survive the explosive threats posed by the Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs) as well as conventional mining and ambush tactics employed against Coalition personnel. These vehicles were collectively described as MRAP (Mine Resistant Ambush Protected) capable, and would be specifically built to defeat these threats. One such vehicle is the Cougar. Manufactured by Force Protection Inc., the Cougar has been in production, and in service since 2004. Continue reading
A fresh volley was delivered on Wednesday when Microsoft’s corporate vice-president of communications, Frank Shaw, posted a message to the Redmond, Wash. company’s official blog.
Directly referencing Apple’s announcement on Tuesday that iWork and iLife will now come free with the purchase of every new Mac or iOS device, Shaw wrote:
Since iWork has never gotten much traction, and was already priced like an afterthought, it’s hardly that surprising or significant a move. And it doesn’t change the fact that it’s much harder to get work done on a device that lacks precision input and a desktop for true side-by-side multitasking. Continue reading
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Enjoy LINE even more with fun stickers!
Over 5,000 original stickers and emoticons speak more than just words.
Web ComicThe Sticker Shop features many famous characters alongside original LINE ones. With so many sticker sets to choose from, you won’t know which one to pick. Of course, there are free ones too! Make your chats more fun with LINE stickers.
Go to Settings > Sticker Shop’
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If you’ve been dying to play the PlayStation® 4 system, we’ve got news for you! Starting today, October 16th, select Sony Stores will have the coveted PS4 system in store, hooked up to our Sony® TVs and ready for you to get your game on!
Visit the following stores to be one of the first people to see the highly-anticipated gaming system in action, hooked up to our Sony® TVs (including the 84″ XBR 4K Ultra HD TV in a couple stores!) and ready for you to get your game on! Continue reading
New Delhi, Aug 22 (IANS) The video of Punjabi singer-actor Diljit Dosanjh’s new song “Proper patola” has received over one million views online on Youtube in just a fortnight. He is glad to live up to the expectations of his fans.
Earlier this month at IFA, Sony introduced an entirely new type of point-and-shoot camera. The QX10 and its big brother, the QX100, are missing a built-in LCD. Instead, framing, image review, configuration and even storage are all handled on another device: your smartphone. These “lens cameras,” as they’ve become unofficially known, mount directly on a handset you already own, pairing with Sony’s PlayMemories Mobile app via WiFi. The benefits are considerable. The absence of a display allows for a more compact body, improved power efficiency and a lower price tag. The QX100, for example, includes the same optics as Sony’s flagship RX100 Mark II, but retails for $500, compared to $750 for its fully equipped counterpart. The QX10 is the more mainstream of the two, with a smaller footprint and an affordable $250 price tag. We focus on this model just below. Continue reading
Sony wowed us last year with the introduction of its Xperia Z phone. Instead of the plasticky, chunky bodies of its previous phones, the Z had a stunning all-glass design and was among the first top-end smart phones to provide full protection from errant liquid-splashes.
With a four and a half star score and our much-coveted Editor’s Choice award to its name, the Z didn’t make it easy for its successor to impress. With a few key tweaks, including a ridiculously powerful quad-core processor, a new aluminium band around the edge and a 20.7-megapixel camera, the Xperia Z1 is ready to show its older brother who’s boss.
At £600, it’s certainly not competitive when it comes to affordability, but Sony is hoping its impressive spec sheet will make the Z1 a worthy purchase. Continue reading