Published on January 31 2014

SwiftKey on Thursday announced its first ever iOS application, SwiftKey Note, which is available to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users as a free download from the App Store. The application,already seen in a couple of leaks in previous days, aims to bring users “faster note taking to iPhone and iPad,” although it won’t replace the default keyboard in iOS, something Apple still doesn’t allow app developers to do.

SwiftKey Note will include features that helped it become one of the most popular keyboard apps in the Google Play Store including personalized auto-correction and three next-word suggestions that appear in a row on top of the keyboard, continuously changing as the user advances with the text. The app is supposed to become better in time and offer more tailored word predictions, as it learns from the user’s past typing experience.

Compatible with devices running iOS 6 or later, the application will come with Evernote integration and sync support, meaning that it’ll be able to learn from related notes stored in your Evernote account, as well as sync newly created notes across devices.

“With SwiftKey Note, we’ve worked closely with Apple and Evernote to bring all of the power of SwiftKey’s mind-reading prediction technology to iPhone and iPad users everywhere,” SwiftKey Chief Marketing Officer Joe Braidwood said. “Whether it’s in the meeting room, lecture hall or grocery store, with SwiftKey Note you can now take much faster notes, getting a more human typing experience from your devices and remembering more of the things that matter in your life.”

In addition to improving the efficiency of your typing, the Swiftkey Note app also comes with easy formatting features allowing users to further edit their notes – as seen in the video above – and support for multiple languages including English (U.S. and U.K.,) French, (FR and CA,), German, Italian and Spanish (ES and U.S.).

Inside the app, users will be able to track their stats including efficiency, keystrokes saved, typos corrected, words predicted and words completed, and organize notes with the help of notebooks, labels and tags.

As for the SwiftKey Keyboard app, it’s already a hit in the Play Store, having been downloaded up to 5 million times by Android users, and enjoying an average rating of 4.7 stars out of 5 from more than 350,000 reviews. But iOS users will still have to wait for a similar app to launch on iOS.

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Published on January 28 2014

"How to convert MKV to DVD on Mac? Is there a converter that can convert and burn a very large MKV video to a DVD?" ------- Answers Yahoo

There are many DVD burning programs to help you burn MKV to DVD on Mac. And in this article, we will show you how to create DVD from MKV with iSkysoft DVD Creator for Mac, which can be a good choice for burning MKV and other video formats such as AVI, WMV, MPG, MOV, MP4, FLV, 3GP, AVCHD, MTS, MOD, XAVC etc to DVD on Mac for free playback on DVD player or TV.

Step by step burn MKV to DVD on Mac (Mac 10.9 included)

Step 1: Import MKV videos

Drag and drop MKV files or click "Add" button to add the MKV videos. To make full use of your DVD disc, you can burn several MKV files to the disc at one time.

How to burn MKV to DVD on Mac
Step 2: Convert MKV to DVD on Mac

Click "Burn" to burn the MKV videos to DVD. The burning process might take a while depending on the size of your MKV files.

Optional: Edit MKV videos

To personalize and beautify your videos, you can trim the part that may ruin the whole movie, or rotate the video to another unusual angle. I like the feature of adding watermarks so much. By press the Watermark tab, you can add text and image watermark. And you are allowed to customize the color, font of the text. Free DVD templates are offered for you. Just try to add everything you like: background music, picture..

How to burn MKV to DVD on Mac

Tips: If you need to burn MKV to DVD on Windows, you can turn to DVD Creator for Windows.

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Published on January 27 2014

As Samsung readies its Galaxy S5 to take on Apple's iPhone later this spring, one analyst believes the Korean company will be playing catch-up with an embedded fingerprint sensor and 32-bit processor.

Samsung's Galaxy S5 to sport fingerprint sensor, 32-bit SoC

According to a research note obtained by AppleInsider, KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo predicts Samsung needs a fingerprint verification system to keep up with the market's rush toward on-board biometrics spurred by the iPhone 5s.

While Apple was certainly not the first to implement biometric security in a portable device, it sparked a trend by introducing a simple, effective and, most importantly, reliable solution with Touch ID. By leveraging the popularity of the iPhone brand, Touch ID is now in the hands of millions of consumers, leaving other manufacturers scrambling to get out similar products.

As for Samsung, Kuo believes the company will use fingerprint recognition technology built by partner Validity Sensors, a firm purchased by touchpad maker Synaptics last year.

"Fingerprint is necessary for a star model," Kuo writes. "Because Apple's iPhone 5S and HTC's One Max have fingerprint, S5 the star model can't lack the function even [if] the solution (area type same as iPhone 5S's provided by Validity) is not as mature as iPhone 5S's."

Kuo believes Samsung will once again make a grab for high-end handset marketshare by pushing out two models differentiated by processor type, display resolution and memory. Both versions will continue Samsung's big-screen blitz with a 5.2-inch display, with the top-end "Prime" iteration employing a WQHD AMOLED panel with a pixel density of 565 pixels per inch.

Powering the handset will be an in-house Exynos 5430 processor built on Samsung's 20nm process and 3GB of LPDDR3 RAM to help with graphics duties. The chip is not 64-bit silicon like that found in Apple's iPhone 5s, iPad Air and iPad mini with Retina display.

Other features include a 16-megapixel rear shooter with support for phase detection autofocus and 3D gestures. The S5 will likely carry over a plastic shell design from this year's S4, though metal-clad products are on the horizon, says Kuo. Apple, on the other hand, has chosen to build its handsets out of premium materials like metal and glass since the iPhone 4, which debuted in 2010.

Countering rumors, Kuo feels Samsung is not prepared to introduce iris scanning tech in the upcoming flagship Galaxy. Earlier in January, Samsung's vice president of mobile Lee Young Hee said the company was "studying the possibility" of incorporating the feature into future products, but would not comment on whether it would be ready for the S5's launch.

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Published on January 25 2014

New Samsung patent applications discovered at the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service (KIPRIS) by GalaxyClub may reveal potential software features for future mobile devices including the upcoming Galaxy S5.

Samsung is already rumored to be completely revamping its TouchWiz interface for the upcoming flagship device, and offer some features that are somewhat similar to Google Now as well as Microsoft’s Metro UI, but it may have additional tricks up its sleeve including a new tool for one-handed operation and new music player features.

Potential Galaxy S5 feature could help convince iPhone users to make the switch

In the screenshot collage below, Samsung is describing a UI that allows the user to access various apps by touching one of the four corners of the screen. Each “hot” corner includes a series of specific shortcuts that will let the user quickly access notifications, favorite apps and calls, time, weather information and directions, quite possibly while using the device with a single hand.

This could go great lengths to attract users who have balked at previous Samsung phones because of their large size, such as users who were considering making the leap from Apple’s iPhone but didn’t for fear of losing the ability to use the phone with one hand.

Samsung is apparently also interested in including certain social features with the music player, allowing users to share their music preferences with friends in their social networks – see the following screenshots:

While these may very well be features that Samsung will incorporate in its future TouchWiz UI, it’s not clear at this point whether they’ll actually be found on the Galaxy S5 when the handset launches in the coming months.

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Published on January 22 2014

It’s not exactly a secret that Windows 8 hasn’t been a success by any measure. Microsoft and its PC vendor partners were hoping the refreshed Windows platform would help bolster slowing PC shipments. Instead, the new OS sped the PC market’s decent as consumers balked at Microsoft’s new tile-based interface.

Windows 8.1 doesn’t appear to be helping matters at all, so it looks like the upcoming platform refresh that will take place alongside the release of Windows 9 will be Microsoft’s next big attempt to reverse PC makers’ fortunes, and its own.

A recent claim from a reliable reporter suggested that Windows 9 will be released in April next year, but a new report from another reliable source states that the new operating system will come much earlier than that.

Well-known hacker says Windows 9 will be released to PC makers in October

“WZor” is a well-known hacker believed to have sources inside Microsoft, and he has shared details about Microsoft’s plans in the past that have indeed been accurate. Following the report that Microsoft intends to launch Windows 9 in April, the hacker took to Twitter to claim that the stated timeframe is way off.

“Win 9 released in April 2015? No! No! No!” WZor wrote in a tweet picked up by Windows Phone Central. Instead, he says that the Windows 9 RTM build, which is a final software version released early to PC manufacturers so they can install it on their new PCs and get ready to ship them, will be issued in October. This would indicate a public release soon after, which would be well ahead of the April 2015 date that had been previously reported.

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Published on January 21 2014

It would have been great if you could fix all your problems within a blink of your eyes, then life would have become much simpler. Wondershare has done just that and more. If you accidentally have deleted the important SMS then it will help you fix the problem.

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

You can do so many things with this app that you can now just relax and don’t stress out about anything that happens with your Android device. With the help of this app you can –

  • Recover SMS that you accidentally deleted
  • Recover lost contacts
  • Photos, audio, video and lost documents can be retrieved
  • Preview option available before recovering
  • Suitable for Androids like Samsung, Motorola, LG, HTC and many more
  • No fear of leaking out of personal information
  • You can select which one to recover after reading through the document

Your documents, photos, videos or the audio files can get deleted due to various reasons:

  • Accidentally deleting them
  • While restoring to factory settings
  • Rooting
  • Flashing ROM

The reason might be any but the solution is one and that is Wondershare Dr. Fone for Android. You can go for the free trial first and if you feel satisfied with the performance then you can go for the premium version which will cost you $49.95.

Rectifying your mistakes made easy

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

So what if you have deleted one of the important text messages, there is no need to pull your hair off for this. It can easily be fixed with the help of Dr. Fone, who will be waving his magic wand and retrieving all your lost messages. You can just go through the list of lost messages and pick out the important ones and retrieve them. It is as simple as 1-2-3. So, how do you do that –

  1. First, you need to connect the Android device with your PC
  2. Then it will start scanning your Android device
  3. And lastly all your art has been recovered

While carrying out these steps you must be very sure that your phone is fully charged and won’t run out of battery in between. The things you can recover are:

  • Messages
  • Photos
  • Contacts
  • Audio
  • Video
  • Documents

Amazing support quality

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

You might possess the Samsung, LG, Motorola, Huawei, HTC, Sony or any Android device for that matter DR. Fone will extend the helping hand towards you. You might be thinking that though you hold one of these devices, but the version is too old, but you will be surprised to know that this app has the ability to support a bevy of operating system versions of the Android device. So in short, if you want to know who else can get their mistake rectified through Dr. Fone, here is an idea how far fetched the support of this app can be –

  • Almost all the Android device works fine with this app
  • Any version of the Android OS will also face no problem
  • If your Samsung device is rooted then also it will work just fine

They are working on this list day in and day out to ensure that nobody is left out and they can reach out to the maximum number of Android users without fail.

Reviving the information once again

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

When you are scanning, the result will come up in two different shades. One reflects the result of existing data and the other color will reflect the ones which got deleted. When you get the result you can just go ahead and take a backup of all the required and important information into your computer.

This will be helpful because in case the same things happens again, then you have some of the information already stored in your PC and you don’t have to go through the scanning again. Here also you can follow three simple steps to have all your data back in your PC –

  1. Browse
  2. Backup
  3. Re-sync

Re-syncing can be done with the help of another app from Wondershare known as Wondershare MobileGo for Android.

Watch before you leap

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

Before you jump into the recovery mode make sure that you need all those deleted messages else you can go through the preview options and then select the important ones and save them back into your message folder. This app is quite flexible as it can help almost all the Android phones. In short you can –

  • Look into the scan result for contacts, photos, messages and all the documents
  • Select whichever you feel is important to you
  • Recover only the important ones from the result produced by the scan an leave the rest

When you do this it will help you to store the required ones and it doesn’t clutter your space by recovering all the deleted and the unwanted messages.

Automatically scanning takes place

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

It is important that you connect your device to the computer before carrying out the process. Once you are one with connecting the device you can now start the scan. Through this scan you can recover –

  • Sent messages
  • Received messages
  • Export HTML formats and XML formats to your computer so that the viewing gets easy for you. This will also help printing or importing to your device really easy.

Retrieving has been made simpler too with the help of this app. Therefore, you can now retrieve almost anything you want like Contacts including:

  • Names
  • Numbers
  • Email
  • Address

Once you have retrieved all of this information you can now export it in HTML, CSV or vCard to your personal computer.

Regaining all your Lost Data Like:

  • Documents
  • Audio
  • Photos
  • Videos

You can easily transfer these from your Android device to your computer and save it for future reference also.

Recover your lost data on Android with Wondershare Dr.Fone for Android

You can restore all your deleted stuff from your Android device with the help of this wonderful app. Wondershare Dr. Fone allows you to:

  • Undelete SMS
  • Recover Samsung contacts
  • Recover Android messages
  • Recover Android data

Before you start the recovery process it is best practice to check the list of the device mentioned in the website. It has covered almost all the models of Samsung and tried to cover as many as devices possible from LG, HTC, Motorola and others. Once you are done with checking the list you will witness all the tips at the bottom of the page where all the steps are mentioned that you need to carry out to restore the data like videos, photos, SMS, contacts and documents.

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Published on January 19 2014

The chance that smartphone sales would decrease after years in which the devices had taken the place of PCs among tens of millions of consumers worldwide was considered low. However, the process has already begun, making an already crowded sector, in which market share is dear, even more challenging.

Accord to a research firm:

Worldwide smartphone shipments reached 265 million units in 4Q13, showing a growth of 6.5% QoQ and 32.2% YoY, according to TrendForce’s research. Thanks to the recent momentum brought about by Apple’s new iPhones, the proportion of high-end smartphone devices shipped jumped from 35% in 3Q13 to 37% in 4Q13, whereas that for the mid to low-range models (ie. those whose prices fall within the range of US$450~US$150) remained at approximately 50%. For the entire 2013, worldwide smartphone shipments increased by an estimated 33.5% YoY, ending at approximately 945 million units. With smartphone makers ramping up Q4 shipments as a means to fulfill 2013 sales targets and pressures related to inventory digestion mounting, TrendForce projects that the global smartphone shipments will drop by an estimated 5.1% in 1Q14.

As Apple and Samsung jockey for leadership across the globe, the next challenge is that previously weak manufacturers will become greater competitors. TrendForce claims that Samsung shipped 80 million devices in the fourth quarter of 2013, and Apple shipped 50 million. If the forecast about Apple is correct, iPhone sales will have reached a level which would help cement its position as a rapidly growing smartphone vendor, and partially justify the launch of the iPhone 5S and 5C

The research firm predicted:

The two noteworthy “dark horses” in the industry who are currently worth paying attention to, according to TrendForce, are SONY and LG. Due to its increased efforts in the field of smartphones and hardware components, SONY has been able to boost its domestic market share to over 20% over the years. Its product shipments, meanwhile, saw a series of noticeable growth since 1Q13, with the total numbers of smartphones shipped reaching an estimated 12 million units in 4Q13, a 1.6% QoQ and 62% YoY increase. In 3Q13, Sony’s global smartphone market share rose to approximately 5%. Benefiting from Google’s Nexus smartphone orders, the other noteworthy dark horse, LG, managed to ship a total of 11 million smartphone units during 4Q13 (2% QoQ and 57% YoY growth). The company's worldwide market share, meanwhile, grew to approximately 4.2%.

Sony's smartphone business was left for dead when it ended its joint venture with Ericsson. LG has been considered primarily a vendor of second tier devices as measured by prices and features.

TrendForce had little to say about what the smartphone industry would face in future years, but if the current quarter is an indication, it has become a zero sum game.

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Published on January 16 2014

A report from research firm Consumer Intelligence Research Partners, LLC has illuminated that Apple’s iPhone 5S definitely rules the smartphone roost. CIRP released its analysis Tuesday, and the firm explained that it based its findings on a survey of 500 U.S.

Apple customers that purchased an iPhone, iPad, or Mac in the U.S. from October to December 2013. CIRP’s results highlight consumer trends for the first full quarter of U.S. sales of the new iPhone 5S and 5C models, which were launched in September 2013.

Apple’s iPhone 5S takes the cake for biggest share in sales

The firm reported that the iPhone 5S accounted for 59 percent of total iPhone sales in the quarter, while the iPhone 5C accounted for 27 percent of total sales. The remaining 14 percent of total iPhone sales was attributed to that of the legacy iPhone 4S. CIRP compared its results to the launch of the iPhone 5 in September 2012, and found that the iPhone 5S enjoyed a greater share of total sales in its first quarter compared to the iPhone 5 in its first full quarter last year.

Following the October-December 2012 quarter, the iPhone 5 accounted for 50 percent of total sales while the then-mid-priced iPhone 4S accounted to 32 percent of sales. Rounding it out, the iPhone 4 took 18 percent of sales in the year-ago quarter, whereas the iPhone 4S only accounted for 14 percent of sales in its first period in 2013.

CIRP’s results illuminate that more U.S. consumers committed to buying Apple’s flagship smartphone upon its debut in 2013, compared to 2012 when customers were certainly investing in the newest phone, but also settling for older generations.

The fact that the iPhone 5C only accounted for 27 percent of sales in Apple’s most recent quarter, compared to its counterpart’s 32-percent share in the year ago quarter, evidences that more people in 2013 were sidestepping Apples mid-priced offerings and going right for the flagship gold. Mike Levin, CIRP Partner and Co-Founder, said in a statement Tuesday,

“The iPhone 5S appeared to take share from both the mid-priced iPhone 5C and legacy iPhone 4S. In contrast, after the iPhone 5 launched a year ago, the iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 continued to sell strongly for many months. In the most recent quarter we also saw models with larger storage capacities sell better than before. We would expect the average selling price for iPhones to increase accordingly.”

CIRP’s findings were based on a consumer pool that was decidedly small, but they nonetheless illuminate that Apple consumers are now showing an increased willingness to hand over the big bucks if they think the newest Apple product is worth their while.

Apple purposefully launched its mid-priced iPhone 5C in September 2013 in order to appeal to its more cost-conscious customers, but interestingly enough, an unexpected trend was instead uncovered.

Apple’s iPhone 5S takes the cake for biggest share in sales

Nonetheless, it’ll be interesting to see what Apple has to say about its iPhone sales when it releases its earnings for the final quarter of 2013 later in January. The Cupertino, California-based company typically releases how many iPhones it sold in the previous quarter, on top of its financial results, so CEO Tim Cook could help elucidate whether its iPhone sales trends in the U.S. mirrored those abroad.

Now that more and more users are purchasing smartphones, Apple has worked diligently to release a lower-end phone (the 5C) that could appeal to everyone, so it would be significant if the company’s newest strategy doesn’t end up drawing the conclusions that Apple was expecting. Still, the iPhone 5C was purposed specifically for Apple’s China consumers, so those customers could end up snagging the iPhone 5C more of a share now that both Apple and China.

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Published on January 15 2014

A recent report suggested that Apple may be planning to debut a new iPhone phablet as soon as this coming May ahead of its iPhone 6 launch in September or October. While it seems increasingly likely that Apple is indeed working on more than one new iPhone model following a number of solid reports to that effect, the odds of one of the new iPhones launching in May were just severely decreased.

iPhone 6 Touch ID sensors reportedly enter production in Q2

According to a new report from Digitimes that cites unnamed industry sources, Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) has just landed a contract with Apple that will see the chip fabricator begin producing Touch ID sensors for Apple’s next-generation iPhones in the second quarter this year. Unless Apple is having its fingerprint scanners for the iPhone phablet produced elsewhere, it is almost certainly not planning to launch the device in May.

TSMC also produced Touch ID sensors for Apple’s iPhone 5s handset, which debuted last year.

The report states that TSMC will handle the fingerprint scanners as well as the backend wafer level-chip scale packaging process. That process had been outsourced to third parties for the iPhone 5s Touch ID sensors according to the report, but TSMC will handle it in-house this time around in order to ensure that it can meet Apple’s demands for production volume.

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Published on January 13 2014

Apple's iPhone 5s brought two significant features that most rival phones running Google's Android lack: a 64-bit processor, and a fingerprint scanner. Samsung's next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy S5, could replicate both features, but not in the manner some might expect.

Rather than your finger, Samsung's next phone could scan your iris. Samsung has been slowly pushing eye-tracking technology, but with mixed results. Still, the South Korean tech giant's next flagship is shaping up to be the most technologically savvy Android-powered handset yet.

Samsung focuses on its users' eyes
According to Samsung Executive Vice President Lee Young Hee, Samsung's Galaxy S5 could feature an iris scanner. As owners of Apple's iPhone 5s can use their finger to unlock their handset, buyers of Samsung's Galaxy S5 could use their eyeballs.

On the surface, Samsung's solution just sounds much cooler than Apple's. After all, fingerprint scanners have been around for years, even on smartphones, Apple wasn't the first to include one. But iris scanners are more rare, still somewhat in the realm of science fiction.

Yet I'm skeptical that Samsung's technology will lure buyers. Samsung's Galaxy S4 included a number of eye-tracking features, including "Smart Stay" (preventing the phone from dimming when you look at it) and "Smart Scroll" (scrolling up or down a webpage using the movements of your head), but they don't always work. Reviewers have found fault with both technologies, and as an owner of a Samsung-made handset, I can attest to their flakiness.

Even Apple's fingerprint scanner, despite being well received by most critics, has drawn its fair share of complaints. Business Insider's Megan Rose Dickey notes that plenty of users have run into problems with Apple's technology.

Until Samsung can demonstrate a near-perfect iris scanner, investors should take a wait-and-see approach.

Biometrics and mobile payments
Nevertheless, biometrics remains an area of intense interest for smartphone makers, both for security and, eventually, for mobile payments. Before Apple's release of the iPhone 5s, analysts were projecting that Apple would pair its new technology with a mobile payment system.

With more than 500 million credit card numbers linked to iTunes accounts, Apple's iPhones could eventually replace their users' wallets. If merchants adopt Apple's iBeacon technology, an iPhone with a fingerprint scanner could be a better, more secure alternative to a traditional credit card.

Google has been pushing aggressively into mobile payments with its own Google Wallet initiative, though the search giant still has little to show for it. Adoption has been slow to nonexistent, and many observers have already labeled it a failure. Yet Google remains undeterred, including improvements to Google Wallet in the most recent version of Android.

Apple's closed model could give it the upper hand in mobile payments
Because Apple controls the entire iPhone -- both the hardware and the software -- it's better equipped to push features that require both. To date, Google's mobile payment problems have centered on hostile carriers and a lack of NFC technology among merchants -- but if biometrics emerge as a key component of the mobile payment experience, Apple would have the advantage.

Google would need its hardware partners, notably Samsung, to perfect their own biometric alternatives. With the talk of an iris scanner, it seems Samsung is definitely on the right track, though the South Korean tech giant's prior eye-tracking features leave much to be desired.

Biometrics -- do they matter?
Including biometrics in smartphones seems to have emerged as the next big trend. To some users, these features could prove irresistible, but until they are perfected, they seem somewhat superfluous -- anyone buying Apple's fingerprint scanner-less iPhone 5c is implying that they don't find the feature to be worth an extra $100.

Still, the push toward biometrics could matter when it comes to mobile payments. For now, Apple's superior fingerprint scanner gives it an advantage -- Google investors should hope Samsung's solution is comparable.

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