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  • Run Android applications over Wi-Fi

    On my Android device, is there a way to test applications in development through Wi-Fi? I would like to untether my smartphone and develop it through the Wi-Fi. Would this be possible?

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  • will wireless be able to find my printer and cameras also other stuff that I normally use for Bluetooth

    As I would like to get an HP laptop that has no Bluetooth installed. Will my items that use Bluetooth be able to be accessed via wireless

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  • bbm setup

    When I go onto bbm it won't stop saying starting bbm, I've set everything up and tried to make it work but it won't, what do I do???

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  • How can we run a Windows Phone 8 emulator?

    We've recently begun setting up several different things for our organization and on the mobile side, we have access to Windows Phone 8 SDK. But, we were told that we need some type of special hardware for the emulator. What would be the system requirements for the emulator?

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  • Difference between public and private cloud

    I'm working on a project that revolves around cloud computing and I'm becoming very confused over the difference between public and private cloud. From what I understand, public cloud relates to multiple users working on the same physical machine (which makes it unsafe for data). While for the...

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  • How can I change the name of an iOS application?

    I've recently begun an iPhone / mobile project over the past few weeks and it all started with me coming up with a "silly" development code name. But now, I need to change it since I'm almost done with the project. I'm actually not sure on how to do this with Xcode. I know I can just make a new...

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  • How to parse XML data on a BlackBerry

    I'm looking to find out how to actually parse XML data on a BlackBerry. I've heard JSON is the best option but are there other ways to do it (like a third-party tool)?

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  • Saving an image to an iPhone photo library

    I need to save an image from a program I created (from the camera hopefully) to the system photo library on my iPhone. Can I do that? If so, what do I need to do? I've heard I can pass the image through an array but I'm not sure how to do that.

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  • Long distance monitoring SIP servers and proxies

    We have a data center hosting our sip servers and proxies. The location is far from our main office. How can we monitor the servers and the lines?

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  • What’s the meaning of installing Ubuntu in the cloud?

    I'm relatively new to the whole "cloud computing" game but I recently came across this: Install Ubuntu in the cloud. What's meant by this? How is this different from normal web hosting? Any info would help. Thanks!

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  • Best way to detect mobile device in jQuery

    Would anybody know of the best way to detect whether a user is actually using mobile device in jQuery? Is there something like the CSS media attribute? I know there's the jQuery "$.browser" function but I'm looking for a different way. Thanks!

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  • Is there a third-party system that I can use to send more emails in Google App Engine?

    I know already that Google App Engine limits me to 2,000 emails per day for free. But my question is if I can use a third-party system so I can send more (about another 2,000). I'm looking for something that I can use easily with my SMTP server. Would anyone know of anything?

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  • Is there a GodMode for Windows XP?

    I was wondering does anyone know if there is a GodMode for Windows XP? I read an article that the new "Windows 7" has a GodMode. It said it has GodMode functionality, all you need to do is create a new folder and then name it to the following: GodMode.{ED7BA470-8E54-465E-825C-99712043E01C}....

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  • Decrypt encrypted partition disk

    How do I decrypt an encrypted partition disk?

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  • What’s an easy way to have both Apache and IIS listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003?

    Is there a good way to have Apache and IIS both listen to Port 80 on Windows Server 2003? I need to do this cleanly as possible. Ideally, I would use packet headers to decide which server should handle the requests. But if anyone knows an easier way, please let me know!

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  • Command to open a local backdoor

    What's the command that needs to be entered to open a local backdoor (server mode) which listens on Port 2380 for incoming connections

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  • Cloud security against DOS and DDOS

    Which Intrusion Detection Systems are currently used in cloud environment to mitigate DOS and DDOS attacks?

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  • Biometric techniques for preventing fraud voting

    Can someone please suggest some biometric techniques for preventing fraud voting?

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  • Removable media scanned for malware

    Why should removable media be scanned for malware “on-demand” and/or “upon insertion?”

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  • Eliminating password request for SSH for Linux and Oracle

    I was trying to configure SSH on Oracle Linux. I have done the following steps on two nodes: /usr/bin/ssh-keygen -t rsa /usr/bin/ssh-keygen -t dsa Then I did this on node 1: ssh node1 cat ~/.ssh/id_rsa.pub >> authorized-keys ssh node1 cat ~/.ssh/id_dsa.pub >> authorized-keys Then copied...

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