Wednesday, August 28, 2013


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Welcome to "The White Campus" University of Muhammadiyah Malang (UMM). A leading campus with A accreditation from BAN-PT, which is very exotic, was built in the area which is suitable with the topography of hills, valleys, and rivers. The land is overgrown with lots of greenery and is split by Brantas River. The campus is green, lovely, picturesque, shady and certainly comfortable for studying. 

UMM was found in 1964 in 
MalangEast Java about 98 kilometers south of Surabaya. Malang is a hilly city surrounded by four mountains: Panderman, ArjunoKawi, and Semeru. Being 550 metres above sea level, Malang has a cool climate which ranges from 23.370C - 30.010C. With these conditions, Malang is well known as a City of Flower and City of Education.

Saturday, April 6, 2013

Galaxy Axiom on US Cellular receiving OTA Jelly Bean update

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The Galaxy Axiom, US Cellular’s branded version of the Galaxy S III Mini, is beginning to see an OTA update to Android 4.1, complete with Project Butter enhancements and Google Now. You’ll need to be connected to WiFi for the update, and then check for updates in your phone’s About Device settings menu.
This is the second Jelly Bean update we’ve seen to Samsung devices today, so Samsung’s starting off April on a high note. Any Axiom owners that have gotten the update? Let us know in the comments.
source: US Cellular

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8.0 now on sale in the U.K.

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Samsung announced today the availability of the Galaxy Note 8.0 at the Samsung Experience Store in Westfield Stratford City. More locations will follow, but at least for today this is the only location where you can grab the new 8-inch screen device. The WiFi only version is selling for £339.99 ($517 USD). To help entice buyers, Samsung is pre-loading the devices with some special offers and apps including AVG Anti-Virus Pro, Need for Speed Hot Pursuit, Sonic the Hedgehog 4: Episode 2, and limited-time access to The Times newspaper, Samsung Music Hub, and 50GB of DropBox space. This special offer will be available through April 15th.
In case you missed the specs for this latest Galaxy Note device, it comes with a 1.6GHz quad-core

HTC to include “Live Experience Tour” in 11 cities for HTC One marketing campaign

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HTC has already been pretty clear that they’re going to put their best marketing foot forward with the HTC One to help boost sales. We’ve seen some commercials for the One, but now we’re hearing that HTC’s marketing campaign will include “Live Experience Tours” in several cities in the US. These stops will include pop up shops to demonstrate the key features of the HTC One, like BlinkFeed, Zoe, and BoomSound. HTC wants to show you that the One is “everything your phone isn’t.” Very
arrogantconfident marketing slogan.
In addition to the showrooms for the One, BoomSound lounges will begin popping up in locations

Now is the time to switch to the new Google Play Developer Console

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The new Google Play Developer Console is out of preview and is the default experience. In addition to offering all of the functionality of the old version, the new version features a streamlined publishing flow, store listings in more languages with language-specific graphics, and new user ratings statistics, so you’ll have better tools for delivering great Android apps that delight users. If you haven't already made the switch, now is the time, as we'll be retiring the former version on April 15 to focus our efforts on this new experience.

The new Developer Console brings you new functionality built on top of a quick-to-navigate user experience. You can add language-specific graphics to your store listing to help your users around the world understand what your app is about. New graphs let you track your ratings over time with breakdowns by device, country, app version, and more. The statistics page now shows you when you released each version of your app, so you see how each new version changes your installations and ratings, and you can view crashes specific to an application version. These new features are only the beginning of what’s to come for developers on