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Posturing for 2017

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by KevinJames, Apr 19, 2016.

  1. KevinJames

    KevinJames WA's 1st retired mod
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    We're not even 6 months into 2016 and already Apple and Samsung are teasing the public with devices like no one has ever seen before (for 2017). I know that Samsung is working on it's folding phone. Not sure what Apple has up their sleeve. I can't wait any longer. I now "need" to upgrade. I am hoping that the rumors for a July release of the new Note 6 are true. My Note 3 has gotten landslide slow in the past month or so. Sometimes I try to wake it up and it just displays my wallpaper without any icons for several seconds.
     
  2. viewfly

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    Time to pull the trigger, KJ!


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  3. palandri

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    Try a factory reset
     
  4. KevinJames

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    @viewfly: No, no! You can't tempt me. LOL. I'm waiting for the Note6. I have become dependent on the stylus. Nearly all my notations (text, email, personal notes) are written in cursive which is auto-converted to editable text.
     
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    Looking like Apple is going back to a glass front and back for 2017. LIke the iPhone 4, 4S series.


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    palandri Former Palm Guy

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    Who does that? :confused:
     
  7. KevinJames

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    @palandri: Me, that's who. :ROFLMAO:
    On a serious note, though, just last week I was reading some research on how writing (in cursive) helps memory retention and other cognitive functions. Although I cannot find the more recent articles at this moment, here is one from 2013. Here is another one written in 2014 that extols the benefits of taking handwritten notes as opposed to using a laptop. In my situation, I do find my thoughts flow much easier when I am using the Samsung Note's stylus and the MyScript app. But even using Samsung's built-in script-to-text for jotting notes in Google Keep or Google Docs helps tremendously.
     
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    Interesting. In college I always wrote down any bullet points I thought were important, rather than just highlighting them in the book
     

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