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Modifying Screen Transitions

This tip involves reducing the animation and scaling on your Android. My Android Lollipop seems to “Pop” after making these simple changes.

To make these changes you will need to be in Developer Mode.

To access the developer options menu in the Settings app. Go to Settings, and then About phone, and then tap repeatedly on the Build number menu until the phone tells you that you’re a developer.

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Wednesday, 24 June 2015 14:58

June 24: News Around the Web

Google building $600 million data center in Alabama

Google plans to build a $600 million data center in Stevenson, according to Gov. Robert Bentley.

The center -- Google's seventh in the U.S. and 14th worldwide -- will bring 75-100 "high-paying" jobs to Jackson County in northeast Alabama, Bentley said. Construction will begin in 2016.

"This a fantastic and exciting day for Jackson County," said Jackson County Commission Chair Matthew Hodges.

This will be Google's 14th data center campus worldwide.

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Next to your list of contacts and email client, you smart phone browser is probably the most frequently used app onboard. Except for my sister who uses her Facebook app more than anyone on the planet.

Google and Apple are both very much aware of this, so they created their own browsers to be pre-loaded in their phones. Safari holds the reigns for iOS and Google Chrome is the big boy for Android. More and more my analytics reports are showing Bing strong on Windows 8, but they have a lot of ground to cover as a late comer. I am on Android and I use Chrome for the most part. I like the minimalist design, I like that I can sync data across all my devices and it shares my password program across all my devices.  Then their are all the features that I rarely use but are present when called. 

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