Are you sick of paying for cell service? Your phone may be smart, but not as smart as you are if you follow the instructions in this book. My book will show you how to access free cell phone service on any Android phone, easily and LEGALLY. Say goodbye to cell phone bills and get your copy today!
Publication date: 07/23/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 46 pages
Mobile Applications Development with Android: Technologies and Algorithms presents advanced techniques for mobile app development, and addresses recent developments in mobile technologies and wireless networks. The book covers advanced algorithms, embedded systems, novel mobile app architecture, and mobile cloud computing paradigms.Divided into three sections, the book explores three major dimensions in the current mobile app development domain. The first section describes mobile app design and development skills, including a quick start on using Java to run an Android application on a real phone. It also introduces 2D graphics and UI design, as well as multimedia in Android mobile apps.The second part of the book delves into advanced mobile app optimization, including an overview of mobile embedded systems and architecture. Data storage in Android, mobile optimization by dynamic programming, and mobile optimization by loop scheduling are also covered. The last section of the book looks at emerging technologies, including mobile cloud computing, advanced techniques using Big Data, and mobile Big Data storage.About the AuthorsMeikang Qiu is an Associate Professor of Computer Science at Pace University, and an adjunct professor at Columbia University. He is an IEEE/ACM Senior Member, as well as Chair of the IEEE STC (Special Technical Community) on Smart Computing. He is an Associate Editor of a dozen of journals including IEEE Transactions on Computers and IEEE Transactions on Cloud Computing. He has published 320+ peer-reviewed journal/conference papers and won 10+ Best Paper Awards. Wenyun Dai is pursuing his PhD at Pace University. His research interests include high performance computing, mobile data privacy, resource management optimization, cloud computing, and mobile networking. His paper about mobile app privacy has been published in IEEE Transactions on Computers.Keke Gai is pursuing his PhD at Pace University. He has published over 60 peer-reviewed journal or conference papers, and has received three IEEE Best Paper Awards. His research interests include cloud computing, cyber security, combinatorial optimization, business process modeling, enterprise architecture, and Internet computing..
Published by: Chapman and Hall/CRC | Publication date: 10/14/2016Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 320 pages
Dark Android: 2017 Edition: The No-Nonsense Guide to Securing Your Smartphone & Taking Back Your Privacy
The leading guide to privacy and security on your Android device by the creator and host of the popular science and tech podcast: Sovryn Tech! In this guide you will learn:--The best apps to use for privacy and security.--How to delete your history with Google and minimize how much data Google collects.--How to properly use encrypted communications like Signal and PGP-encrypted emails.--Encrypting your entire Android device.--How to use VPNs.--And more!This is your no-nonsense guide to reclaim your privacy and begin using best practices for security. Written for beginners and experts alike, anyone with an Android phone needs this book!
Published by: Zomia Offline Games | Publication date: 06/21/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 150 pages
Mobile security is a concept that has gained a lot of importance ever since the launch of the first mobile OS, Symbian, which was launched by Nokia. It is continuing to gain significance with the massive use of Android OS. This Book will take you through the simple and practical approaches to implement mobile security techniques.This book has been prepared for beginners to IT administrators to help them understand the basic-to-advanced concepts related to mobile security that they can use in daily life and in their organizations.
Published by: www.14nine.com | Publication date: 07/19/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 106 pages
Getting Started with Android Things Create an alarm system using Android Things How to make an environmental monitoring system Integrate Android Things with IoT cloud platforms Create a smart system to control ambient light Remote Weather station Build a spying eye Android with Android Things
- Learn to build promising IoT projects with Android Things
- Make the most out of hardware peripherals using standard Android APIs
- Build enticing projects on IoT, home automation, and robotics by leveraging Raspberry Pi 3 and Intel Edison
- Understand IoT ecosystem and the Android Things role
- See the Android Things framework: installation, environment, SDK, and APIs
- See how to effectively use sensors (GPIO and I2C Bus)
- Integrate Android Things with IoT cloud platforms
- Create practical IoT projects using Android Things
- Integrate Android Things with other systems using standard IoT protocols
- Use Android Things in IoT projects
Published by: Packt Publishing | Publication date: 06/30/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 232 pages
It was a routine mission, saving some more victims of the Corporations greed, but it turned into a nightmare. Now you’re alone, separated from your team, with a superior cybernetic killer hunting you down inside a building from which there’s no escape, could you survive?The Nano Liberation, instigated by Frankie and her team at the A.C.T. freed billions from the tyranny of the Corporations rule, but the Corporations aren’t going to go down without a fight. While the former victims of the Corporations rule start to stand up for themselves and fight back, the Corporations move to regain their power, killing these innocents and blackmailing officials. Frankie and the A.C.T. find themselves stretched as they try to respond to every report of Corporation violence. When they head into the Undercity, into one of the huge support buildings, it seems like just another mission, until the ambush. Outclassed and outgunned by cybernetic mercenaries hired by Psytech, Frankie finds herself separated from her strike team, trapped inside the building and disconnected from the outside world. Now she is being hunted down by Hellion and her team, an elite strike force that will stop at nothing to kill Frankie. Now Frankie must survive in a hostile environment, find her team and somehow find a way to fight back against a bigger, superior and bloodthirsty mercenary group. This new Cyberpunk action thriller, the third book in The New Prometheus Series, is a must read for fans of Ghost in the Shell, Blade Runner, Dredd, Appleseed, Akira, The Matrix, Robocop and Total Recall.
Publication date: 07/04/2017Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 161 pages
Create the next generation of AUTONOMOUS ANDROIDS! Construct self-governing 'droids that display physiologically correct behaviors. Co-written by experts in the fields of robotics, artificial intelligence, and medicine, Androids: Build Your Own Lifelike Robots features low-cost DIY projects that translate human physiology into cybernetics. Teach your creations to maneuver with an arsenal of behaviors, respond to stimuli, talk, and listen. This practical, inventive guide even shows how to realistically simulate emotion and aging in your robots.
- Understand cybernetic and robotics principles
- Work with programmable microcontrollers
- Choose and wire sensors, actuators, and servos
- Program dazzling reflex arcs and behavior loops
- Enable your automatons to speak and hear
- Build beating hearts and limbs with flowing veins
- Create breathing patterns that respond to triggers
- Mimic humanoid feelings and facial expressions
- Use prototyping kits and testing devices
Published by: McGraw-Hill Education TAB | Publication date: 09/05/2013Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 336 pages
WARNING. Rated: R. Restricted. Contains space battles, killer AI, intergalactic ass-kicking. Read at own risk. She is programmed to kill. He’ll do anything to survive.Ex-con Captain Caleb Shepperd believes being good is overrated. All he wants is to smuggle illegal cargo through the nine systems and live a prosperous (likely short) life on the wrong side of the law. But there's a problem with that plan. The priceless synthetic stowaway on his ship is a distraction he doesn't need. Torn between selling her and tossing her out the airlock, Shepperd fails to realize the synth is a killer, and he's the one locked in her sights.In a world where only one thousand synthetics were built, synthetic number One Thousand and One should not exist. She is no ordinary synth. Memories locked inside her code could bring Shepperd—and the entire nine systems—to its knees. Captain Shepperd and the oppressive corporations are about to learn that you can't hide from the sins of your past, especially when that past has orders to kill.WARNING: 18+ only. Contains adult content, including sex, drug use, violence, and swearing. Genre: Kick-ass space opera.Action & adventure. The Complete Series Reading Order:#1 Betrayal#2 Escape#3 Trapped#4 Trust
Published by: Crazy Ace Publishing | Publication date: 04/21/2015Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 214 pages
How to create an Android app in less than 30 minutes for Free: No Programming Skills Required. (Making Android Apps Book 1)
How to create an android app in 30 minutes for free with no programming skillsNo Programming Skills RequiredLearn how to create an Android app from start to finish in 30 minutes. No experiance, or programming skills required.Everything you need to know and which free tools are available and still supported. Together we will take a step by step guide to enable you to develop an Android app and launch it on the Play Store without any previous knowledge of Android app development.This book will show you how to create your Android App, how to make it available to others in the Google Play Store and tips and techniques to promote your app.Creating Android apps is a fun new skill you can learn quickly and easily. It might be as simple as an app version of your current website or something more complicated.Learn how to create a fully functioning app by yourself with no programing skillsI believe anyone is able to create an Android App.Step by step guideFor new developers step by step instructions with pictures.Get your android app in the Play StoreComplete how to guide with pictures to get your mobile app in the Play Store.Learn how to Promote your app for freeBonus Section, how to market and promote your app for free.Get your app up and running today!Scroll up and buy now.
Published by: Cheshire Creative Publishing | Publication date: 12/29/2016Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 67 pages
The eighteenth century saw the creation of a number of remarkable mechanical androids: at least ten prominent automata were built between 1735 and 1810 by clockmakers, court mechanics, and other artisans from France, Switzerland, Austria, and the German lands. Designed to perform sophisticated activities such as writing, drawing, or music making, these “Enlightenment automata” have attracted continuous critical attention from the time they were made to the present, often as harbingers of the modern industrial age, an era during which human bodies and souls supposedly became mechanized. In Androids in the Enlightenment, Adelheid Voskuhl investigates two such automata—both depicting piano-playing women. These automata not only play music, but also move their heads, eyes, and torsos to mimic a sentimental body technique of the eighteenth century: musicians were expected to generate sentiments in themselves while playing, then communicate them to the audience through bodily motions. Voskuhl argues, contrary to much of the subsequent scholarly conversation, that these automata were unique masterpieces that illustrated the sentimental culture of a civil society rather than expressions of anxiety about the mechanization of humans by industrial technology. She demonstrates that only in a later age of industrial factory production did mechanical androids instill the fear that modern selves and societies had become indistinguishable from machines.
Published by: University of Chicago Press | Publication date: 05/31/2013Kindle book details: Kindle Edition, 296 pages