When rumors about the Galaxy S IV started coming out, speculators inadvertently thought this was secretly referred to by Samsung as the Project J. Then, when the real code name for the Galaxy S IV project came out as Altius, tech enthusiasts started using the term and dismissed "Project J," all the while thinking they were the same thing. Recently, however, the talks of having a "Project J" that does not pertain to the Galaxy S IV has been revived and along with it, new ones that Samsung is also working on, a "Project J Mini", which people believe to be a version of the Galaxy S IV and "Project J Active", believed to be a watch or a media player.
No reports exist yet but for all we know, it could be as awesome as the Galaxy S IV, only smaller or an entirely different and disappointing device, much as the Galaxy S III Mini is compared to its "bigger brother". No word as well if these new devices will be compatible with the wireless charger that Samsung introduced at the FCC.
Nexus followers will love the new Android JB 4.2.2 binaries for different devices. Google is definitely showing its support for its Nexus Devices and is also planning to push to Android Open-Source Project or AOSP.
Although the latest Jelly Bean has been out since February, not many devices were fully compatible with it and the release of these binaries will open doors for many Nexus users such as the Nexus, 4, 7, 10 and the Nexus S to fully use and optimize the AOSP.
Other devices such as the Galaxy Nexus (on Verizon) and the Motorola Xoom will also be able to enjoy the latest JB by using these proprietary binaries.
So if you are someone who does not like changing devices all the time trust that these devices will always be taken care of and updated by Google and these just might be the Android devices that you are looking for.
Minuum Keyboard is the mobile keyboard that condenses all letters into a single row, allowing you more precious screen real estate, with almost 10,000 Indiegogo supporters later, it has raised over $87,000 last time I checked.
The Minuum keyboard, through its simplicity, improves your touchscreen typing. Existing keyboards leave you barely enough screen to interact with your apps, and you can't enjoy typing on them. Minuum eliminates the visual clutter of archaic mobile keyboards by adapting the keyboard to a single dimension. What enables this minimalism is our specialized auto-correction algorithm that allows highly imprecise typing. Your typing on mobile devices is inherently imprecise-and there's nothing wrong with that. We work with that. By reducing the keyboard to a single dimension, Minuum opens up your touchscreen space for a variety of interaction possibilities-which allows for precision-entry.
Minuum improves mobile typing by:
- Recovering more than half of the usable touchscreen space you lose when you type on traditional virtual keyboards
- Allowing you fast text entry when your typing is sloppy
- Providing you with letter magnification for precise typing-especially useful if you have large fingers
- Giving you the benefit of smart auto-correction
- Respecting your familiarity with the QWERTY keyboard so you don't have to re-learn the keyboard layout
- Providing convenient access to everything you'd expect in a keyboard (such as, punctuation, space, backspace, and enter) without stealing your screen space
- Letting you type anywhere-with a keyboard you can move around your touchscreen
- You will be able to customize the Minuum production release, with options such as: alternate colour schemes to match your smartphone case, curving keyboard layout for more ergonomic text entry, and the ability to rearrange the alphabet to your liking.
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