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Fallout Shelter for Android

Welcome to your own Vault as the elected Overseer. Your job is to make sure that everyone in the Vault lives happy and prosperous lives. Fallout Shelter is another game from Bethesda using the same themes the epic game franchise of Fallout gives. A fallout shelter is an enclosed space specially designed to protect occupants from radioactive debris or fallout resulting from a nuclear explosion. Many such shelters were constructed as civil defense measures during the Cold War. During a nuclear explosion, matter vaporized in the resulting fireball is exposed to neutrons from the explosion, absorbs them, and becomes radioactive....

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Facebook Optimizes Android Bytecode

In order to improve the mobile performance of its social network, Facebook, exert more focus on their Redex project in order to optimize the applications DEX file. Dex stands for Dalvik Executable. Facebook engineers Marty Greenia, Bert Maher, and Shane Ney emphasized a responsibility to “keep things fast, particularly in developing areas where devices stay in the market longer.” At the beginning of our optimization project, we decided that the best place to do our optimizations was after the .dex files were created and before assembling the .dex files into an APK. The advantage of doing our optimizations at the...

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Smart Launcher for Minimalist

Tired of your bloated and slow launcher? Here is one sleek and fancy launcher that I was using for years which offer fast interface and a very small footprint and memory usage. Things can be easily set up on the home screen for fast launch or even double tap action. The app drawer breaks down your apps into “category drawers” for you. Unlike any other launchers out there that resets your app drawer each time they restart or even lacks the ability to let you reorder your apps, Smart launcher remembers your setting and offers you full freedom on how...

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How to Install Virtual Box

VirtualBox allows you to create virtual computers within your physical computer, enabling you to run multiple operating systems without dealing with dual booting or hardware configurations. Setting up VirtualBox is very straightforward, and most of your time will be spent performing the standard operating system installation. Download Virtual Box Visit https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads and select the correct version for your computer.  If you are using Windows (which is probably the case), click “VirtualBox for windows x86/amd64”. If you worry that you are using Intel 64 bit and the choice is for amd 64 bit, fear not, amd 64 bit is for both Intel and...

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Cool Things Virtual Machines Can Do

Running virtual machines are no longer for the geeks and person who run powerful servers. In fact, if may be using one yourself without knowing it. Did you ever wonder how cloud storages work? There are really virtual machines stored in the “cloud”. I will restrict myself with running a “guest” operating system on your windows computer since more advance topics can be covered later. Virtualization currently is dominated with VMware and Oracle which offer services like running a full server on the “virtual” environment. A server inside a server with no physical or tangible part. Both company offer FREE...