Linux

First FDA-approved medical AI to spy eyes proves completely autonomous

The Register - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 18:04
No doctor needed for a second look to check results, apparently

The first FDA-approved AI system for diagnosing eye diseases caused by diabetes is completely autonomous, and doesn’t require a doctor to interpret the results.…

Is it possible to install a linux distro on a Macbook Air 2017? What is the performance like?

Linux - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 17:57

I'm okay with MacOS, but I might need a Linux distro for coding. The distros I'm considering are Ubuntu, Linux Mint, and Fedora. I'm really concerned about the battery life. Will installing linux decrease it?

Thank you in advance

submitted by /u/Alex_Doallo
[link] [comments]
Categories: Linux

[HELP] AutoNotification sound playing when Do Not Disturb and Vibrate are on

Tasker: Total Automation for Android - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 17:53

I have a task that creates a notification that uses the "Default Notification" AutoNotification category and is set to use my default sound and NOT to override Do Not Disturb. When the notification is created, the sound will play even with Do Not Disturb on or if my phone is set to vibrate. It shouldn't play sounds in either scenario and I can't figure out how it's happening. I'm using Tasker 5.2.bf1, AutoNotification 3.9.1, and Android 9 on a Pixel 2 XL. Any help would be appreciated, thanks!

submitted by /u/letsgoflyers81
[link] [comments]

Porting my iOS App, question about React vs. Native Android (iOS Dev)

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 17:31

Hey guys, I am an iOS Dev with no experience in Android or React. Anyway, I will be porting my iOS App to Android but I'm not sure what the right way to go is.

Do you guys have any preferences between Native Apps vs. React? What are your pros/cons.

I'll be doing a lot of Googling as well, but ideally, I'd like input from people who have experience in this area.

Thanks!

submitted by /u/random456321
[link] [comments]
Categories: Android, Linux

Tabbed .pdf reader with good touch support

Linux - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 17:04

Hi all,

As the title suggests, I'm looking for a .pdf reader with tabbing capabilities and easiness of use on a touch screen.

Not looking for a reader designed for touchscreen, but one easy enough to operate when I detach the keyboard (here on a 2-1, Thinkpad X1 tablet).

Thank you all

submitted by /u/TriJack2357
[link] [comments]
Categories: Linux

To the Google Android Devs: do you check your crash statistics?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:57

Dear Google Android developers,

You have access to the Play Store and to Fabric/Firebase Crashlytics.

Do you take a look at the crash logs occuring in the android framework or android libraries that are available on your platforms?

I know GDPR might prevent this, but Europe is not the only continent.

I feel like we don’t always need to post bug reports explictly when we already report them on tools which you (Google) directly control.

So, how well do you colaborate with the Play Store and Firebase teams?

submitted by /u/goldrushdoom
[link] [comments]
Categories: Android, Linux

bat > cat

Linux - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:52

I stumpled upon this neat alternative to cat and am interested what you think about it and wanted to share so here it is:

Bat - A Cat Clone With Syntax Highlighting And Git Integration

https://www.ostechnix.com/bat-a-cat-clone-with-syntax-highlighting-and-git-integration/

Shared from my Google feed

submitted by /u/stencillicnets
[link] [comments]
Categories: Linux

Net neutrality and unbundlers spam California's with dishonest robocalls

The Register - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:38
Everybody gets a raise in the heady world of ISP lobbying

The California State Assembly is voting today on a revised net neutrality bill for the state; one that would likely create a standard that other states will adopt.…

Found this in my Great Grandad's room

Linux - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:36
Categories: Linux

Defense Distributed starts selling gun CAD files despite court order

The Register - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:28
We're obeying the injunction, insists founder Cody Wilson

A day after a federal judge extended an injunction barring Cody Wilson and his company Defense Distributed from giving away 3D CAD files of gun designs on the internet, Wilson held a press conference in Austin, Texas to declare that he has begun selling the files through his company's website.…

Orange County, CA active meetups?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:23

I am looking to connect with some developers in Orange County and Laguna Beach after I move there in a few weeks. I have one application done and in the play store, so far.

I am also actively going through the meetups.com postings and thought I would see what things might not be listed there. Any contact information would be greatly appreciated!

submitted by /u/but_how_do_i_go_fast
[link] [comments]
Categories: Android, Linux

Is there anyway to forward tcp ports while using adb over the network?

Developing Android Apps - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 16:03

I'd prefer to use adb via network because my desktop is quite far from where I actually work and I test on my main phone, so I'd like to have that nearby (and not have to buy a longer cable, I'm cheap and my cat will just eat it).

Anyway, if I try to forward tcp ports when I'm connected via the network, I get adb complaining that there are multiple devices. Is this a limitation of adb over the network?

Edit: I was using React Native, the solution to this error is to declare your PC's ip address and port in the app's Developer settins menu.

submitted by /u/TuxAndMe
[link] [comments]
Categories: Android, Linux

No do-overs! Appeals court won’t hear Oracle v Google rehash

The Register - Tue, 08/28/2018 - 15:46
Only thing left now is a Supreme Court bid

Over eight years of feuding between Oracle and Google over the use of Java code in Android may be nearing its end following a Tuesday court ruling.…

Pages