Friday, August 28, 2015

How to change and customize call reject messages on the samsung galaxy note 5

How to change and customize call reject messages on the samsung galaxy note 5

Tap the Call App.

Click More in the upper right hand corner of the screen.

Select Settings from the drop down menu.

Click Call Blocking.

Select Call-reject messages.

Here you can add or reject the default call rejection messages.

Enjoy and please share!

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

Comcast Voice - Entire East Coast Down

I was just informed by Comcast tech support that all voice services for Comcast voice are down for the entire east coast.

Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Limewire Ordered to shutdown by NY Court


U.S. district judge Kimba Wood in New York issued an injunction Tuesday, ordering LimeWire to disable the "searching, downloading, uploading, file trading, and/or file distribution functionality" of the Limewire peer-to-peer music sharing service. LimeWire has been fighting the RIAA in court for years now, and this injunction effectively annihilates LimeWire from the planet just like Napster, Grokster, Kazaa and other peer-to-peer file-sharing services that have been silenced by the record industry. But Limewire's parent company has not given up just yet, see the below statement from Lime Company's CEO that hints at a new upcoming product that will comply with copyright laws.







LimeWire Today, and What’s in Store for the Future


As of today, we are required to stop distribution and support of LimeWire’s P2P file-sharing service as a result of a court-ordered injunction.


Naturally, we’re disappointed with this turn of events. We are extremely proud of our pioneering history and have, for years, worked hard to bridge the gap between technology and content rights holders. However, at this time, we have no option but to cease further distribution and support of our software.


It’s a sad occasion for our team, and for you – the hundreds of millions of people who have used LimeWire to discover new things.


While we have enabled open sharing and discovery for the past decade, LimeWire is mostly the product of the people who used it. You made LimeWire. Thank you for letting us be part of that. Your support and enthusiasm has fueled everything that we do.


During this challenging time, we are excited about the future. The injunction applies only to the LimeWire product. Our company remains open for business.


We remain deeply committed to working with the music industry and making the act of loving music more fulfilling for everyone – including artists, songwriters, publishers, labels, and of course music fans.


Our team of technologists and music enthusiasts is creating a completely new music service that puts you back at the center of your digital music experience.


We’ll be sharing more details about our new service and look forward to bringing it to you in the future.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Sony Unveils Worlds first HDTV powered by Google TV

Today Sony announced that they were developing the worlds first HDTV powered by Google TV. Read more about Google TV here. The feature set is quite rich with the ability to search your TV for all of the content on your TV, the ability to run apps and the web, video on demand, and many other cool and ground-breaking features, such as using your phone as a remote control.







More information below taken directly from the Press Release
"It is built on the Android platform, runs the Google Chrome browser and includes a powerful Intel® Atom® processor offering the ability to quickly search across Internet and television content for easy access to entertainment and information.
The models also feature Dual View, allowing users to watch television while tweeting about what they're watching, checking their fantasy football scores, or finding related content on the web.
They also deliver a truly personalized entertainment experience with the ability to bookmark content for easy access and add applications from the Android™ Market (coming in early 2011). The models feature Sony's premium streaming service "Video On Demand powered by Qriocity™" as well as pre-installed apps including CNBC, Napster, NBA, Netflix, Pandora®, Twitter, and YouTube™.
The intuitive hand-held RF QWERTY keypad remote incorporating an optical mouse makes it easy to navigate content, type in search terms, and control the TV's user interface. Additionally, select mobile devices such as an Android phone, can control the TV with an app that will be available for download from the Android Market later this fall.
Built-in Wi-Fi makes it easy to connect to home broadband networks to access web content. Additionally, Sony Internet TV is ready for the future and is fully upgradable through system updates.
Sony Internet TV easily connects to select HD DVR devices from Dish Network to include previously recorded content in the search results and control DVR functionality from the set's user interface.
Sony Internet TV Line
Featuring four LCD HDTVs with Google TV built-in, the Sony Internet TV line includes the 24-inch class NSX-24GT1 ($599.99), the 32-inch class NSX-32GT1 ($799.99), the 40-inch NSX-40GT1 ($999.99), and the 46-inch NSX-46GT1 ($1,399.99).


Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player
The Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc™ player with Google TV built-in, NSZ-GT1 ($399.99), also allows users to enjoy all of the powerful features of Google TV on their existing HDTV.




Sony Internet TV and the Sony Internet TV Blu-ray Disc Player are currently on pre-sale at SonyStyle online store and BestBuy. They will be available for purchase at Sony Style on October 16 and at Best Buy shortly after."