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It doesn’t take a genius (samsung’s ad against iphone 5)

In Samsung’s latest Ad campaign starting tommorow in the national en regional papers in the US.  Samsung is comparing the Galaxy S III with the iPhone 5. 

It really doesn’t take a genius to see that the Samsung Galaxy S III has a lot more features then the iPhone 5.
We already know the Anti Apple tv commercials which makes fun of the Apple users, now they are attacking the phone directly.

Samsung is aggressively trying to pitch itself as the anti-Apple, saying it offers more features for less money.
The iPhone 5 will sell the most in the US so we are talking about the US version of the Galaxy S III.

Is Samsung about to launch Galaxy S3 black version?

When the Galaxy S III was announced, many were surprised that Samsung didn’t introduce a version in the classical black, but instead went for Pebble blue.

This might change, as a couple of photos of what appears to be a black Galaxy S III were uploaded to the company’s Facebook page, showcasing the phone’s capabilities at the London 2012 Olympics.

The photos aren’t a definite proof that a black version of Samsung’s Android flagship is on the way since they have slight blue tints here or there. In the end, it may all be just bad lighting, but it would make sense for Samsung to launch a black version of the S III.

A Samsung Galaxy S III in garnet red is already available for AT&T, so it’s highly likely for Sammy to launch even more color variations and try to appeal to an even wider audience.

Galaxy Note 10.1 Specifications Confirmed

Thanks to a anonymous tip we received a service manual for the Galaxy Note 10.1 GT-N8000

The Galaxy Note 10.1 isn’t out yet but most of its specifications is already leaked.

Samsung introduced the Galaxy Note 10.1 at MWC 2012 but decided to re-introduce the tablet because of too low specifications.

It looks like Samsung will ship the Galaxy Note 10.1 with Ice Cream Sandwich and will update their new tablet to Android 4.1 Jelly Bean later on.

The Galaxy Note 10.1 will use the same processor as the Galaxy S III which is 1.4 Quad-Core processor.
More specifications are already leaked out thanks to the leaked box photos and tablet photos.

We are not sure if this tablet will sell. The only special thing is the SPEN and processor. We would love to see a better screen in this tablet.

Let’s hope Samsung will introduce some better tablets in the future.
If you have more information about this tablet feel free top TIP us too.

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How to Hide the WordPress Upgrade Message in the Dashboard

All you have to do is simply open the theme’s functions.php file and add this:

add_action('admin_menu','wphidenag'); function wphidenag() { remove_action( 'admin_notices', 'update_nag', 3 ); }

Remove Admin Bar WordPress 3.1

WordPress 3.1 comes out with a new function called Admin Bar. This bar is added to your site (both on the dashboard and the site itself) if you’re logged in. Want to remove it? That’s quite easy, just read on

Simply paste the following line of code on your functions.php file:
remove_action('init', 'wp_admin_bar_init');

Remove Title Attribute from WordPress Menu Link

By default, WordPress menu functions, like wp_page_menu(), wp_nav_menu() or wp_list_categories() display menu links with title attribute.

Here’s the code to remove it from wp_page_menu(), wp_nav_menu() and wp_list_categories() function: 

function menu_notitle( $menu ){ return $menu = preg_replace('/ title=\"(.*?)\"/', '', $menu ); } add_filter( 'wp_nav_menu', 'menu_notitle' ); add_filter( 'wp_page_menu', 'menu_notitle' ); add_filter( 'wp_list_categories', 'menu_notitle' );

Put the code in your theme funtion.php and no more title attribute in the menu.

Set limit wp_nav_menu

<?php $pages = wp_nav_menu( array( 'container_class' => 'menu1' ,'menu'=> 'Main Navigation','theme_location' => 'menu1', 'menu_class' => 'dropdown', 'echo' =>false,'container' => false ) );?> <ul class="dropdown"> <?php $limit = 5; $pages_list = preg_replace(array('#^]*>#','#$#'), '', $pages); $pages_arr = explode("\n", $pages_list); for($i=0;$i<$limit;$i++){     echo $pages_arr[$i]; } ?> </ul>

Easy way to automatically resize large images

div.banner img { max-width: 500px; width: expression(this.width > 500 ? 500: true); }