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Lifehacker.com just published a trick to increase the frequency of the checks in Gmail. It's a bit of work to set it up, but essentially you need to ensure that your POP3 accounts frequently get new mail. Gmail bases its mail-fetching frequency on how often it finds messages in the account when it checks; if the account only gets email rarely, ...


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If you look under Google Labs, there's a feature called: Refresh POP accounts "Fetch messages from your POP accounts on demand by using the refresh link on top of the inbox."


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For my iPhone, I use Google Sync, which works flawlessly. If you go to the Google Sync homepage, you'll see that they also have Contacts sync for Nokia S60. I would recommend trying Google Sync out. This will sync your contacts with Gmail's contacts, so you can even access them through any web browser.


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I figured this out, but I wanted to post this here so others can learn. I could not find a good FAQ or help page to explain this. I changed my password using the Hotmail.com web site last night. For good security, I selected a long password of 19 characters. Logging in from the web worked fine, but when I tried to update my password on my mobile devices I ...


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Road.li lets you put in your start point, end point, and a query, and it will show you places that match the query along your route. It also shows how much time each place adds to your trip. It is a tool that I created.


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http://www.google.com/calendar/m Hope this helps.


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Check out the mobile version of Dictionary.com


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If you are signed in to Skype but not making any calls, Skype will use on average 0-4kbps. When you make a call, Skype will use on average between 24-128kbps. From here: https://support.skype.com/en/faq/FA1417/How-much-bandwidth-does-Skype-need Of course, it refers to the desktop version, but I think it's a fair assumption to extrapolate it to the ...


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I think you are looking for this service. Address: http://www.google.com/gwt/n


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When signing into Gmail you can click Load basic html which loads an html version of the app, which is much smaller.


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No, the current version (1.3) of the Trello iPhone app does not allow adding of Boards. However, I did see a tweet sometime in the last couple of days from someone saying they were really excited about what's going to be in the next version. Unfortunately, it didn't give any specific info, and I can't find it right now. Update 18 Jan 2012: Version 1.4 ...


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Visit a site like http://whatsmyua.com using your mobile browser and note your User Agent string. Use a FF add-on such as User Agent Switcher to modify your UA to exactly match that of your mobile browser. Try opening the page and see if you get the mobile version.


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There is a similar question on Stack Overflow. Hope that answers! For iPhone, try this.


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Try AnkiWeb, the online version of the popular Anki flashcards app. The simple HTML design makes it reliable and easy to use on tiny devices. In addition to the webapp, you might want to use Linux/Windows/Mac/Android/iPhone applications and their synchronization features.


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In regard to your internet speed getting capped you could also take a look at Opera for Mac OS X with Opera Turbo enabled. Again, hope this helps.


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Have you tried going to http://m.gmail.com to access the mobile site directly ? This takes me straight to the Gmail mobile interface with no user agent switching required. hope this helps.


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Find It On My Way let's you put in your search term, from location, to location, and the radius (distance off your route) to find matches in. It shows you the results on a Google Map display, the directions for your base route, and a list of matches. You can click a result and it will add that location in and refresh the directions. I've used it on my ...


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You could use TiddlyWiki. It can be downloaded and you can use it as a single file on your computer (it can be downloaded and used standalone as an HTML file you open with a browser), but there are also places where it is hosted and is an app on the web.


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It's possible to filter in the Trello web app. Click the icon to the left of the board title, and select 'search and filter cards' form the menu. It will bring up the same menu as the one from the sidebar. There isn't a way to filter in the native iPhone app.


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This is not possible in the current version of Google+/the app.


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There is an option to choose the older version when you scroll to the bottom of the page. Select that option and you will be directed to use the older version of Gmail.


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The official URL to be able to access a mobile friendly version of Outlook.com is http://m.mail.live.com/. More details about all mobile friendly access options provided here.


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As to me the question is a bit wide - mobile version has a number of changes in the whole UI: some blocks may be switched comparing with desktop, touch events instead of mouse, geo-location data etc from which screen size is of course the most noticeable one. So if you need to simulate mobile viewer you could use: Opera mobile Emulator - ...


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Whether that option is available when replying depends on whether the recipient has registered a mobile device and enabled receiving notifications on it. When sending a new message Facebook doesn't check first and just enables it by default. As far as I can find there is no way to disable this option.


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This does seem to be a problem for new messages, however for replying I cannot seem to get that option.


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You might be able to logout of there from a desktop browser. Login to Facebook Go to Account -> Account Settings In the Settings tab (the first one), go to Account Security Click on change Go to Account Activity -> Most Recent Activity You should see the session from your phone. Click on end activity From here: ...


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if you havn't already you should check out a site/service called Vark, http://vark.com/ It is free It will determine the topic, or you can set the topic, and it will autofind people answer it you can ask question via AIM, which might be of value for integration/automation to your app its pretty cool. M


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There is a mobile edition of the CIA World Factbook available at http://relief.unboundmedicine.com Android App available http://www.urbian.biz/apps/worldstats/index.html I am not sure when these sources get updated.



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