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by Adam Marks
Jul 19, 2011
This tip is for devices running webOS 3.0 and higher Adding a photo synergy account--such as Facebook or snapfish--to your device will automatically integrate those pictures into the Photos...
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by Adam Marks
May 10, 2011
This tip is only for devices running webOS 2.1 and higher One of the Exhibition modes that come pre-loaded on your webOS 2.1 device is the ability to run a slideshow of the photos, essentially...
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by Adam Marks
Apr 29, 2011
One key feature that has been missing from webOS since day 1 has been the ability to crop or edit a photo on your device without having to first connect the phone to a computer via USB mode.  One...
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by Adam Marks
Mar 15, 2011
Now that GPS is included on most smartphones--including all webOS devices--you have the option of Geotagging your photos to store the GPS coordinates of your location within a photo's metadata. This...
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by Adam Marks
Mar 14, 2011
After accessing (and then properly ejecting) your phone from USB mode, there may be an issue where parts of the OS still thinks you are in USB mode and therefore prevents you from accessing some...
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by Adam Marks
Feb 27, 2011
You may notice that some of your contacts have a profile picture assigned to them because those pictures comes from an account like Facebook or LinkedIn where a person can upload their own picture....
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by Derek Kessler
Feb 09, 2011
So it turns out that the HP TouchPad doesn’t run HP webOS 2.0. It runs webOS 3.0, a different beast than the 2.X we saw on the HP Veer and HP Pre 3. We’re not going to draw any comparisons to...
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by Adam Marks
Dec 16, 2010
Attaching a photo or video to an SMS/MMS message is a fairly straight-forward task. You can either push a multimedia file to a new message from another app, such as directly from the Photo or Video...
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by Adam Marks
Nov 03, 2010
Hopefully everyone knows that you can plug in your webOS device to speakers, a car stereo or any device with an auxiliary input jack using the phone's headphone jack to output audio, but did you know...
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by Derek Kessler
Sep 21, 2010
Currently webOS only lets you upload photos to Facebook and Photobucket. While a lot of photos do end up on those two sites, there’s more to the internet photo game. In particular, there’s...