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Hyper Longevity: How to Make Death Obsolete
By Andy Walker, Sean Carruthers, Kay Svela Walker
Nov 19, 2016

The history of aging, the current state of longevity research, and lifestyle secrets for living a long and prosperous life are discussed.

Applying a New Launcher on Your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2
By Eric Butow
Oct 27, 2016
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 uses the TouchWiz user interface template. You can change this template, called a launcher, by installing one from the Google Play Store. Eric Butow, author of My Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, shows how to find, install, and use a launcher on your Galaxy Tab S2.
Manage Your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 and Get Help with Samsung+
By Eric Butow
Oct 27, 2016
The pre-installed Smart Manager app makes it easy to manage memory, battery, storage, and security on your Samsung Galaxy Tab S2. The Tab S2 also contains the pre-installed Samsung+ app to help you get online help quickly. Eric Butow, author of My Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, shows how to use these apps to keep your Tab S2 in shape.
Taking Selfies and Self-Videos on Your Samsung Galaxy Tab A
By Eric Butow
Oct 27, 2016
Eric Butow, author of My Samsung Galaxy Tab A, shows how to use the Samsung Galaxy Tab A Camera app to take selfies and self-videos, change app settings to make your photos and videos shine, and share your selfies and self-videos with other people.
Functions
By Kirupa Chinnathambi
Oct 21, 2016

Learn how functions in JavaScript help you better organize and group your code, make your code reusable, and the importance of function arguments and how to use them.

Personalizing the Way Your S7 Looks and Works
By Michael Miller
Oct 21, 2016

Quickly learn how to personalize your screen background, settings, and sounds and notifications on your Samsung Galaxy S7.

The Wizard of Oz
By James Floyd Kelly
Oct 21, 2016

Get details on solving the puzzles and defeating the Wicked Witch of the West in the Wizard of Oz Story Mode adventure.

Finding Friends on Facebook
By Michael Miller
Oct 2, 2016

Find out how to find people you know on Facebook, including people you went to school with or worked with several decades ago, and add them to your friends list.

Using Regression to Test Differences Between Group Means
By Conrad Carlberg
Sep 15, 2016

Analysis expert Conrad Carlberg discusses the use of regression analysis to analyze the influence of nominal variables (such as make of car or type of medical treatment) on interval variables (such as gas mileage or levels of indicators in blood tests).

Making and Receiving Calls
By Craig James Johnston, Eric Butow
Jun 20, 2016

Get familiar with the Samsung Galaxy S7 Phone app, learn how to turn your call into a conference call, and configure the app to work your way.

RSVP: Robot Scenario Visual Planning
By Cameron Hughes, Tracey Hughes
May 12, 2016
The robot vocabulary is the language you use to assign a robot tasks for a specific situation or scenario. And once a vocabulary has been established, figuring out the instructions for the robot to execute using that vocabulary is the next step. In this chapter from Robot Programming, Cameron and Tracey Hughes explain how making a picture or a "visual representation" of the scenario and instructions you want the robot to perform can be great way to ensure your robot performs the tasks properly.
The Good Guys
By Hayley Camille
May 12, 2016

Meet all the new SuperCharged characters including bios, attack moves, speed and strength stats, Soul Gem abilities, and upgrade paths and get a look at their strengths and weaknesses, weapons, stats, and mods.

Creating a Vivid Setting
By Melissa Ford
May 5, 2016

Twine is a free tool anyone can use to create interactive fiction. In this chapter excerpt, Melissa Ford teaches how to write a strong setting for your story and how to organize map-based games. Once you learn how to build a space out of words, you can forge off the beaten path and chart your own unique trail.

Customizing Your Device
By Guy Hart-Davis
Apr 29, 2016

Learn how to configure your Android device home screens, security, and launcher.

Keeping Active and Fit
By Lonzell Watson
Mar 7, 2016

Learn how some of the most popular health and fitness apps motivate you to get in shape and stay fit.

Watching TV on Your Devices
By Jason R. Rich
Feb 26, 2016
In this chapter from My Digital Entertainment for Seniors, Jason R. Rich explains buying and streaming shows on your computer, smartphone, or tablet, and discusses some apps that enhance your viewing experience on a regular TV.
Using Analog Sensors with the Raspberry Pi
By Richard Blum
Feb 25, 2016
Richard Blum, co-author of Sams Teach Yourself Python Programming for Raspberry Pi in 24 Hours, Second Edition, walks through how to use analog sensors to capture data with your Raspberry Pi.
7 Game Apps to Play with Your Kids
By Jason R. Rich
Feb 24, 2016
Jason R. Rich, author of My Digital Entertainment for Seniors, suggests seven free or inexpensive game apps for the iPhone/iPad that adults can play with their kids or grandkids, and potentially be evenly matched.
Enhancing Your Home's Lighting with Philips Hue Lights
By Jason R. Rich
Feb 23, 2016
Jason R. Rich, author of iPad and iPhone Tips and Tricks, Fifth Edition, explains what the Philips Hue lights are and how you can use the white and color lighting products to make your home more enjoyable and energy efficient. Learn how to program and control the Philips Hue lights using an iPhone or iPad from virtually anywhere.
How to Control a GoPro Camera Remotely with the Apple Watch
By Jason R. Rich
Feb 22, 2016
The free GoPro app turns your Apple Watch into a remote control for your GoPro camera. Jason R. Rich, author of My GoPro Hero Camera, shows how to manage the GoPro photos and preview your shots without even touching the device.

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